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وہ عالمِ تصور میں میسور کے شیر کو ایک خوفناک دھاڑ کے ساتھ اپنے پرحملہ آور ہوتا دیکھ کر چونک جاتا تھا‘ اسکی سپاہ سرنگا پٹم کے میدان میں جمع ہونے والے سپاہیان اسلام کی نعشوں میں میسور کے شیر کو تلاش کر رہے تھے

مسلمانوں کے ملک میں پرندے بھوک سے نا مر جائیں

زیر نظر تصویر ترکی کی ہے جہاں ایک بہت پرانی اسلامی روایت ابھی تک زندہ ہے کہ جب سردی کا عروج ہو اور پہاڑوں پر برف پڑ جائے تو یہ لوگ چوٹیوں پر چڑھ کر اس وقت تک دانہ پھیلاتے رہتے ہیں جب تک برفباری ہوتی رہے۔ اور یہ اس لیئے ہے کہ پرندے اس موسم میں کہیں بھوک سے نا مر جائیں۔

پاپا نے پادری بنانا چاہا ۔۔۔مگر۔۔۔؟

میں اپنے کسی کام کے سلسلہ میں ’’تیونس‘‘ گیا۔ میں اپنے یونیورسٹی کے دوستوں کے ساتھ یہاں کے ایک گاؤں میں تھا۔ وہاں ہم دوست اکٹھے کھا پی رہے تھے۔ گپ شپ لگا رہے تھے کہ اچانک اذان کی آواز بلند ہوئی اللہ اکبر اللہ اکبر۔۔۔

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مارچ 21, 2011

23 March 1940: A forgotten spirit?

23 March 1940: A forgotten spirit?




It was 23rd March when a historic Resolution - widely known as 'Lahore Resolution' - was passed.The Resolution cast off the concept of United India and recommended the creation of an independent Muslim state consisting of Punjab, NWFP, Sindh and Baluchistan in the northwest, and Bengal and Assam in the northeast. The Resolution was seconded by Maulana Zafar Ali Khan from Punjab, Sardar Aurangzeb from the NWFP, Sir Abdullah Haroon from Sindh, and Qazi Esa from Baluchistan, along with many others.

It laid down only the principles, with the details left to be worked out at a future date. It was made a part of All India Muslim League's constitution in 1941. More importantly, it was on the basis of this resolution that in 1946 the Muslim League decided to go for one "maverick" state for the Muslims, instead of two.
Having passed the Pakistan Resolution, the Muslims of India altered their ultimate goal. They set out on a path whose destination was a separate homeland for the Muslims of India, in lieu of seeking union with the Hindu community.


Different participating leaders of the session of All-India Muslim League held on March 23, 1940, including the Quaid-i-Azam, agreed that India was never united; rather it was split between Muslim India and Hindu India and it would remain so in the future. The entire outlooks, customs and traditions of civilizations of these two different nations were different anyway. They were different not only in their religious beliefs, but their entire mode of life bore a different imprint.

The words of the Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in his presidential address to the session carried a far deeper impression on the oppressed and demoralized Muslims at the hands of ruthless and undemocratic Congress rule. Mr Jinnah said: "The Hindus and Muslims belong to two different religious philosophies, social customs and literature. They neither intermarry nor inter-dine together, and indeed they belong to two different civilizations which are based mainly on conflicting ideas and conceptions."

Such a far-reaching speech by Mr Jinnah paved the way for the demand of a separate independent homeland for the exploited Muslims of India, who believed their rights and privileges could not be guarded under a parliamentary form of government. They also realized that the bloody brutes of the majority without any democratic traditions turned the Hindu rulers tyrannical in their behavior and due to missing of any administrative experience they acted in a way that could be unacceptable in a democratic society.



By this time, the Quaid-i-Azam had truly emerged as the leader of the Muslims in their movement for freedom. His mission was to establish internal unity and to constitute a Muslim nation, based on Islamic principals


Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was asked as to what type of state Pakistan would be, he replied: "It will be an Islamic state on the pattern of Medina state with human rights, liberalism, democracy and complete tolerance and freedom of conscience to all citizens without any distinction of color, creed, language, and race as granted by the Prophet of Islam Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) to Christians, Jews, idol worshipers and all others. Justice, brotherhood, liberty, equality and fraternity will reign supreme." 

In his speech at the Frontier Muslim League Conference on 21 November 1945, Quaid-e-Azam said: “We have to fight a double-edged battle, one against the Hindu Congress and the other against British imperialists, both of them being capitalists. The Muslims demand Pakistan where they could rule according to their own code of life and according to their own cultural growth, traditions, and Islamic Laws.” 


Similarly, in his Eid message to the nation in 1945, Quaid-e-Azam said: “From the Atlantic to the Ganges, the Quran is acknowledged as the fundamental code, not of theology but of civil and criminal jurisprudence, and the laws which regulate the actions and the properties of mankind are regulated by the immutable sanctions of the Will of Allah”. He said, “Everyone, except those who are ignorant, knows that the Quran is the general code of the Muslims. A religious, social, civil, commercial, military, judicial, criminal penal code; it regulates everything from the ceremonies of religion to those of daily life; from the salvation of the soul to the health of the body; from morality to crime, from punishment here to hereafter and our Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) has enjoined on us that every Muslim should possess a copy of the Quran and be his own priest. Therefore, Islam is not confined to the spiritual tenets and doctrines and rituals and ceremonies. It is a complete code regulating the whole Muslim society in every department of life, collective and individually.” 



Pakistan emerged as an independent state on 14th August 1947 as a result of an ideology. The strength of the ideology can be judged from the fact that only religion acts as a binding force for five distinct provinces of Pakistan, as each province has a discrete identity in term of customs, norms, traditions, languages and dialects. Today Objective Resolution serves as the preamble of our Constitution. No doubt, Objective Resolution should be our ultimate goal. We cannot hide the truth by closing our eyes or burring of old syllabus in our country, only because it talks about why Pakistan was created and what is our final destination. 

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  1. میاں آپ کس آیڈیولوجی کی بات کر رھے ھیں ؟ وہ جس کی صحت سے انکار کیا جاتا ھے یا وہ آیڈیولوجی جس کے متعلق کہا یہ جاتا رھا ھے کہ یہ تو محض مولویوں کے ذھن کی اختراح تھی۔ اگر اپ کی مراد بعینہی وہ آیڈیولوجی ھے اور وہ طریقہ کار ھے جس پر پیہم چل کر ھمارے رسول کریم نے ۲۳ برس کی انتھک محنت سے ایک مثالی اور فلاحی معشارے کو قائم کیا تھا تو یہاں پہلا اختلاف تو یہ آتا ھے کہ کیا پاکستان ایک قومیت کا نام ھے یا نظریاتی مملکت؟ قومیت کا نام ھے تو، تو اللہ حافظ لیکن اگر ایک نظریاتی وحدت ھے تو پھر یہ ماننا پڑے گا کہ اسکی اصلاح صرف اسی رستے پر چل کر ممکن ھے، جس پر ھمارے رسول کریم نے چل مدینۃالنبی کا معاشرہ استوار کیا تھا۔

    عجم ھنوز نداند رموز دین ورنہ
    ز دیو بند حسین احم این چی بولعجبی است
    سرود بر سر منبر کہ ملت از وطن است
    چی بی خبر ز مقام محمد عربی است
    بمصطفی برساں خویش را کہ دین ھمہ اوست
    اگر بہ او نہ رسیدی، تمام بو لہبی است

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