From: devindersingh < >
(Note – The inserts in italics are by Skanda987)
Soon after Partition, Pakistani leaders realised that religious and political Islam would not transform into constitutional Islam that could accommodate all faiths and peoples. The Objectives Resolution passed by the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan in 1949, declared that `sovereignty belongs to Allah’ (not to the people) and the state should enable the Muslims to order their lives in accordance with Islam.
A study by Aparna Pande, a scholar at the well-known Hudson Institute, in the US, says that this very objective “gave rise to a central question that has bedeviled Pakistan ever since its creation: If Islam is to be the basis of the state, whose Islam will be followed and how?” Whose Islam? Are there many, diverse, Islams? Yes.
The report of the judicial commission (1954) headed by Pakistan’s Chief Justice Munir to inquire into the large-scale violence against the Ahmedia sect put the issue `whose Islam’ pithily thus:
– no two of the several Ulamas are `agreed on’ what is Islam;
– a person who is a Muslim under the definition given by one Ulama, will be kafir according to every other Ulama; and
– no new definition is possible as any definition that `differs from that given by all others’ will be `out of the fold of Islam’.
QED: Islam prescribes One God, but there is no One Islam.
In their blind anti-Hindu rage, Muslims of undivided India created Islamic Pakistan which, they now find they cannot keep up nor give up. After Partition, Pakistan’s diverse inhabitants had no `common identity that might bind them together’ and Pakistan has `struggled with this lack of a common identity and principle ever since’, says the Hudson study.
Hans Morgenthau, a leading 20th century scholar on international politics, said prophetically in 1956 itself:
“Pakistan is not a nation and hardly a state, with no justification in history, ethnic origin, language, civilisation, or the consciousness of its population…it is hard to see how anything but a miracle…will assure Pakistan’s future.”
The dilemma of Pakistan is brilliantly captured by a Pakistani scholar, Waheed-uz-Zaman, in 1973:
“If we let go the ideology of Islam, we cannot hold together as a nation by any other means…. If the Arabs, the Turks, the Iranians, god forbid, give up Islam, the Arabs yet remain Arabs, the Turks remain Turks, the Iranians remain Iranians, but what do we remain if we give up Islam?”
Authentic translations of Koran and Hadith, the Books of Islam, are available in English and other languages. The printing press, internet, and cell phones allow us to spread the messages of Koran or any other Book. No need to rely on mullahs to evaluate what Islam is.
Based o the quotes I have read and collected at https://skanda987.wordpress.com/category/islam/
I clearly see that Islam in almost any form or sect is not tolerant of any other faith in the world. Islam teaches follower to not rest till the whole world’s land and lives are under Islam and sharia. There is no ‘separation of church and state (SCS)’ (religion and politics or social lives) in Islam. The 1400 years of history of Islam supports this view strongly. The history shows that wherever Islam invades or enters, there is no peace.
Islam has spread mostly by invasions and forcible conversions, and by producing children with four wives like pigs and forcing Islam on the children. Islam does not approve a democratic government. For this reason all the non-Muslim countries need to declare Islam illegal.
The creation of Pakistan is in accordance of the agenda of Islam and the foolishness of the Hindu politicians of the time 1947 in Bhaarat. Since 1000 years the Hindus have been thinking that they can assimilate Muslims as they did Parsis or Jews in Bhaarat, the Vedic land. While Gandhi did not read Koran, and assumed Islam is a god religion, Jinnah clearly said in 1947 that Islam is not compatible with the Hindu dharma, and asked for a separate Muslim state. This (that the Islam is barbaric and not tolerant) becomes very clear when you read Koran and Bhagavad Gita that is well known as the Book of Hindu (Vedic) dharma.
The Vedic dharma is universal religion for mankind, and is tolerant of all the tolerant faiths. Forgetting that, the Hindus foolishly have kept tolerating the intolerant and forcibly invaded religion Islam. This is a cause of the creation of Pakistan.
So, if the Hindus do not wake up now and make Bhaarat a Vedic state (not a ‘secular” one), then the Vedic dharma and sanskriti are doomed. We the Vedics valued the Vedic heritage since millenniums, and have carried forward this precious heritage for mankind till now; and it can vanish from its cradle (Bhaarat) and the world just in 50-100 years if we do not make Bhaarat a Vedic state. It can vanhsi because the anti-Vedic forces are brutal, organized, and well funded and named. To counter, we need to unite, organize, and put our money and efforts to save dharma. It is called dharma because it is universal religion for mankind.
Jai sri Krishna! – Skanda987)