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    Shariat to be made supreme law: Moin

    As salmu alay to my muslim brothers and sisters out there in the world today.
    I would like a post a topic of discussion about the system of Pakistan.That how many times have we seen Pakistan promise us that she shall change the rules and just the rules of the man-made moulded system that she chooses to rule over the muslims in Pakistan.
    Should she(Pakistan)change thw whole system and what Allah swt demands of her and the rest of thw world?

    Inshallah below is a thought provoking article for u muslims to comment and express ur concrens upon.jazakallah khair.

    ISLAMABAD, Jan 13: The government on Saturday agreed to set up ulema bodies from tehsil to national level to promote sectarian harmony and to amend the constitution to make Shariat country's supreme law.

    The government's intention of setting up ulema boards as well as constituting similar high-level commissions at federal and provincial levels was made public by interior minister Moinuddin Haider while addressing an ulema Convention held here on Saturday.

    The convention, presided over by the interior minister and attended by all the four provincial religious ministers, was participated by religious and religio-political parties belonging to all sects.

    The minister announced that the federal and provincial commissions would monitor the implementation of measures to be adopted for checking sectarianism in the country.

    Though the participants unanimously supported the government's decision, they strongly criticized it for planning to interfere in the affairs of "madaris" (religious institutions).

    There were also some defiant voices challenging the government's ban on display of arms, while a few questioned the writ of the government which, according to them, did not exist at all.

    The United States remained the favourite target of almost every speaker for its anti-Muslim policies and they vowed to fight unitedly against Washington.

    While no religious group was ready to concede its involvement in sectarian killing, several pointed their fingers at intelligence agencies for sectarian or ethnic related mess.

    Almost all major religio-political groups including Jamaat-i-Islami, different factions of JUI and JUP, Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan, Tehrike Jafaria Pakistan (Mousavi group), Jamaat Ahle Sunnat, Pakistan Awami Tehrik etc were present in the convention. Tehrik Fiqh-i-Jaffaria (Naqvi) did not attend.

    In his opening speech, the interior minister pledged to uphold rule of law and not to tolerate any act that would lead to creating hatred among different factions of the society.

    Responding to a proposal presented by a participant, the minister promised that the government would also consider amending the constitution to include a provision that Quran and Sunnah would be the supreme law in Pakistan.

    The minister said that sectarianism, if not curbed, might lead the country to anarchy. He told ulema that besides the Western nations, the Muslim countries were also protesting against Pakistan for imparting "terrorism" training in the country. "We will not allow anyone to besmear the country's name," he said.

    He said government's views on Jehad were clear to everyone but this act of Islam should not be misinterpreted for wrong means.

    The minister lamented that some of the religious groups were still not obeying the government's ban on display of arm. He specifically referred to a meeting of ulema organized by JUI (S), to support Taliban against UN sanctions, where arms were openly displayed. He, however, did not spell out what action the government was taking against those who displayed arms in the public at Akkora Khattak convention.

    Religious affairs minister Mehmood Ahmed Ghazi reiterated government's resolve to implement riba free economy in the country and said much had been done in this direction, which include the strategy to tackle internal and external debts.

    The minister disclosed that the government would soon set up an education commission, which in liaison with the University Grants Commission (UGC), would regulate the religious institutions and recognize them as universities.

    Maulana Samiul Haq of the JUI (S) said that the purpose of Akkora Khattak convention was to convey to the US a strong message of Islamic groups that they would not bow down to its (US) dictates and were ready to take up arms against Washington.

    "It was a message for the USA. We will not defend ourselves with sling-shots but fight back with arms," Samiul Haq said, adding: "We all are Osama bin Laden." He also threatened to march towards Islamabad if Islamic system was not enforced.

    Munawar Hussain of Jamaat-i-Islami also criticized the government which, he insisted, did not exist at all. He said every work from education to jehad, was being done by private sector in the country while the government was only busy in promoting obscenity.

    The JI secretary general laughed at minister's remarks that he would sack DIGs and IGs if they failed in enforcing law and wondered, "how many IGs and DIGs have you sacked so far?" The JI leader said the governments in Pakistan run ghost schools, extradite Aimal Kansis, increase burden of taxes on masses and violate law.

    He asked the minister to review the role of intelligence agencies in Pakistan, which he accused, were behind sectarian disturbances.

    Maulana Abdul Ghafoor of JUI (F) said that there was no rule of law in the country and criticized the government for sending Nawaz Sharif abroad. He demanded of the enforcement of Shariat and believed that sectarianism would be curbed only if the government and its agencies were sincere to this effect.

    Maulana Abdus Sattar Khan Niazi, ex-minister and leader of JUP of his own faction, demanded of the government to bring in the constitutional amendment for enforcement of Shariat.

    Maulana Azam Tariq of Sipa-i-Sahaba Pakistan blamed the government for feeding sectarian hatred in the country by introducing two different syllabi of Islamiat for Shia and Sunni even much before the commencement of the SSP. He also criticized the government for allowing the minorities and the so-called human rights activists to hold demonstration against blasphemy law despite restrictions.

    Source: Dawn



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    Link please.
    And this is truly excellent news.

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      #3
      This is good indeed. Given that its true Islamic Shariah and not what Taliban have in Afganistan.

      Women should be given all their rights, to higher education, work, bussiness ownership, etc.

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        #4
        Fantastic news!

        Our founders created our nation for Muslims and it is only appropriate that we be ruled according to ISLAMIC laws. This measure is long overdue and has been discussed over and over again without any action. The military government is the only one with the power, prestige and respect that can ensure that SHARIAT is established across Pakistan.

        Particularly welcome is the bold decision by the government to set up ulema bodies at all levels, to deal with the sickness of sectarianism that has cursed our nation. When Sunni and Shia Muslims march together for a truly Islamic state, there will be harmony in MUSLIM Pakistan.

        Islam and Pakistan are synonymous with each other and Islamic laws are a natural outcome of this. But that should never be seen as a threat by non-Muslim Pakistani's. For Shariat makes it incumbent upon us to FULLY protect and preserve ALL the rights of non-Muslim's. When we move to Shariat we must take Pakistani Christian's, Hindu's, Sikh's, Parsee's and others into confidence and assure them that their rights will be protected according to the Shariat laws.

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          #5
          Alhumdullilah, Shariah is the supreme law given to mankind as mercy from ALLAH (SWT). There should absolutely be no delays in its implementation.

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            #6
            SHARIAH LAWS IN PAKISTAN

            Interesting article has been posted by Slayer. Outlining the intention of the Pakistan government to introduce Shariah law and making the Quran and Sunnah soverign.

            Alhamduliaah, this is indeed great news. As it indicates the acceptance by bureacuats and governmental departments that the Islamic Aqeedah is the only correct basis of unification and the Islamic system the correct basis of governing lifes affairs.

            However, caution needs to be excercised and the Muslims need to remain vigilant.

            We need to recognise that the implementation of partial islam is unacceptable and as Muslims, we will strive for AL-Khilafah.

            We will remain caution and vigilant and assess as to what extent the Islamic law will be soverign.

            We will not tolerate the states that claim to be islamic but yet remain loyal to democracy and capitalism.

            We recognise and will strive to eradicate the kuffar and erronoeus concepts that may infest the purity of Islam.

            Verily, Allah swt revealed Islam so that it may lead mankind out of darkness into light.

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