Fazlur Rehman Upholds Politics as Sacred Jihad & Islamic Rule

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Top JUIF Chief Advocates for Political Jihad and Islamic Governance

In a recent public meeting held at Sukkur and Ghotki, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUIF) unveiled the party’s pious understanding of politics as a sacred form of Jihad. This view, as unveiled in his remarks, signals a unique departure from the pursuit of power that characterizes most political entities in today’s arena.

In Pursuit of an Islamic Pakistan

In his expression of the party’s standpoint, Rehman pointed to what he saw as problems of morality and faith at the heart of current governance of Pakistan. While putting into spotlight how much the national political framework has strayed from the Islamic principles upon which Pakistan was built, he censured the prevalence of dishonesty in the government. He emphasized the urgency of a return to an Islamic-based governance system, using the noteworthy sacrifices made by party leaders such as Dr. Khalid Mahamood Soomro as persuasive reminders.

Putting the Public at the Forefront

Rehman used his time at the public address to point out the commitment JUIF holds toward bettering the condition of the public. Inclusion of human rights, enhancing economic status, and creating greater job opportunities are the party’s top priorities according to him. Noting the economic and social disparities of the people of Sindh and the related challenges they face, including, but not restricted to, poverty and anarchy, he promised to create improvements. This successfully captured the party’s larger mission of enhancing living and the business environment of the region.

Highlighting Ignored Injustices and Emphasizing Islamic Unity

In his speech, Rehman condemned the apparent global indifference towards the rising crisis in Palestine. He reproached international human rights bodies for a lack of appropriate action in this area. He drew a parallel between global responses to conflicts in parts such as Palestine and South Africa, while advocating forcefully for unity among Islamic nations in response. His thoughts on the negative portrayal of Taliban groups as terrorists, in stark contrast to the position of JUIF which approaches them as brothers, presented a challenging narrative on the worldwide depiction of Islamic entities.

The political gathering also functioned as a platform for various other JUIF leaders from Sindh, presenting them with a chance to share their viewpoints on political and societal subjects. Their collective discourse served to amplify Rehman’s sentiments, further highlighting JUIF’s determination toward socio-political reform.

Elijah Muhammad