यज़ीद के नाम का नारा लगाने वाले इंसानियत के दुश्मन : सय्यद मोहम्मदअशरफ

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आल इंडिया उलमा व मशाईख बोर्ड के अध्यक्ष एवं वर्ल्ड सूफ़ी फोरम के चेयरमैन हज़रत सय्यद मोहम्मद अशरफ किछौछवी ने खानकाहे अशरफियां शेखे आज़म सरकारें कलां में उर्स मख़दूम अशरफ जहांगीर सिमनानी रहमतुल्लाह अलैहि के एक कार्यक्रम में बोलते हुए पाकिस्तान में यजीद ज़िंदाबाद जैसे नारो के साथ निकाली गई रैली की पुरजोर निंदा की ,उन्होंने कहा यह लोग जो यजीद ज़िंदाबाद का नारा लगा रहे हैं यह अहलेबैत के दुश्मन हैं यानी अमन के दुश्मन है और पूरी इंसानियत के दुश्मन हैं।
उन्होंने कहा कि हम न तो सहाबा की शान में गुस्ताखी बर्दाश्त कर सकते हैं और न ही अहलेंबैत की गुस्ताखी, उनकी शान पर हमारी जान कुर्बान है,दुनिया में जिस तरह के हालात बन रहे हैं ऐसे में दुश्मनों के पैसों पर पलने वाले इस तरह की बातों को उठा रहे हैं ,जिससे हमारे दिल को तकलीफ हो और लोग सड़कों पर आमने सामने आ जायें और अपने असल मकसद इत्तेहाद और अमन से भटक जायें।
उन्होंने हाल में हुए इजरायल और यूएई समझौते को इस पूरी घटना की वजह करार दिया ,उन्होंने कहा क्योंकि इत्तेहाद बैनुल मुस्लेमीन से इस्लाम के दुश्मनों को खतरा है उन्हें लगता है अगर यह एक जगह हुए तो इन्हें तरक्की से नहीं रोका जा सकता है लिहाज़ा कभी आसिफ अशरफ जलाली जैसे फितनेबाज़ जनाबे फातिमा सलामुल्लाहअलहिया की शान में गुस्ताखी करता है और उसके बाद आसिफ रज़ा अल्वी का जनाबे सिद्दीके अकबर रज़ीअल्लाहुतालाअन्हु की शान में गुस्ताखी करना इसी कड़ी का हिस्सा है इस तरह के लोगों को हमें अपनी सफों से बाहर निकालना होगा यह अमन के दुश्मन हैं और गैरों के हाथ में खेलने वाले बेज़मीर लोग,उन्होंने कहा कि यह भी अजीब इत्तेफाक़ है कि यह दोनो जिनकी वजह से अब तक छिपे हुए यजीदी पैरोकार खामोश थे बाहर निकल पड़े और इन दोनों का नाम भी एक ही है,।
पाकिस्तान में जिस तरह का मसलकी हंगामा खड़ा हुआ है उससे हम भारतीय मुसलमानों को होशियार रहना चाहिए और अपने मुल्क में बदमनी के हर मुमकिन खतरे को पहले से भांप कर उसको उठने नहीं देना चाहिए,जो कुछ भी इस वक़्त हो रहा है यह विदेशी साजिश का हिस्सा है जिसके जरिए हमें अपने असल मकसद से भटका कर तरक्की से रोका जा रहा है हम ऐसी हर साजिश की पुरजोर मुखालफत करते हैं और ऐसे लोगों से होशियार रहने की अपील करते हैं हमें अपने मुल्क में ऐसे लोगों की सोच को पनपने नहीं देना है ताकि हमारे मुल्क की फिज़ा खराब न हो।

The Revolution of Karbala and its Global Impact

Karbala

The spirit and revolution of Karbala require from us a pure heart, sincere soul and truth-seeking mind to understand its universal message and global impact. If we take a deep insight into this great revolution, we will see it unique and distinct from all historical revolts of the world. Throughout the history, there has never been a leader who predicted about his own death before even setting a foot in the march. But Imam Husain, quite willingly, goes on treading the path to his sacrifice and takes every necessary step towards achieving it. He says addressing to the people at Mecca:

“O people, even if my body be cut into pieces by spears and wolves between Al-Nawawees and Karbala, there is no question of the day, which was already written. Pleasing God is our aim, we the family of the Prophet (pbuh)”.

In a sermon while proceeding towards Karbala, Husain says to his followers:

“O’ people, The Prophet of Islam has said that if a person sees a tyrannical ruler transgressing against Allah and oppressing people, but does nothing by word or action to change the situation, then it will be just for God to place him where he belongs. Do you not see what low level the affairs have come to? Do you not observe that the truth has not been adhered to and falsehood has no limits? And, as for me, I look upon death but as a means of attaining martyrdom. I consider life among transgressors an agony and affliction.”

The assassination of Imam Husain came as a shock and serious setback to the whole Muslim Ummah. The way he was assassinated and the harsh treatment meted out to his noble family evoked rage and disorder among all Muslims who held the Prophet’s family in the highest esteem. As a result, Muslims the world over disassociated themselves with the tyrannical ruler of Yzeed and his Un-Islamic practices and policies. Everyone who loved the Prophet came out to curse upon the murderers of his family. Hence, the revolution of Imam had fulfilled the most urgent and pressing need of the time by unveiling Yazeed’s un-Islamic character to the general public and left no doubt in any Muslim’s heart about the Umayyad’s autocracy and atrocity. Thus, the revolution of Imam uprooted the Un-Islamic political concepts that Ummayyad regime was trying to indoctrinate into Muslim minds.

Today, Imam Husain’s revolution serves as a lively example of how we should combat the evils of autocracy, dictatorship, oppression, terrorism and injustice in their countries. It provides a stimulant to enliven their spirit and create an inner spark to attain peace, freedom, justice and democracy. Husain has been an epitome of tolerance not only for the Muslims but also for every human being with whom injustice is being perpetrated, no matter to which religion he belongs and in which form is the injustice.

Nearly each and every remarkable revolution of the world got inspiration from the martyrdom of Imam Hussain. Although his sacrifice occurred on Karbala some 1400 years ago, it still remains universal symbol of struggle for peace and justice and elimination of violence and terrorism. It also tells us those Muslim terrorists who make false claims of being Mujahidin (fighters in the path of Allah) and commit the barbaric acts of violence calling themselves Muslims, are just terrorists as these acts go completely against the true essence of Imam Hussain’s Jihad.

One of the most inspiring words ever said is that of Imam Husain which he spoke while addressing the enemies in Karbala: “If you do not have religion, at least be a free man in your life of this world,” because a free man can differentiate between the good and evil more easily than a biased one.

Our father of nation, Gandhiji was highly inspired by Imam Husain. He used to say: “I learned from Husain how to achieve victory while being oppressed.”

According to our great Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore, Husain’s sacrifice indicates spiritual liberation. He writes: “In order to keep alive justice and truth, instead of an army or weapons, success can be achieved by sacrificing lives, exactly what Imam Hussain did. Such an everlasting victory can only be achieved by the one who totally believes and trust in the Almighty God.”

Edward G. Brown, the professor of Arabic and oriental studies at the University of Cambridge, praises Imam Husain in these words:

“… a reminder of the blood-stained field of Kerbela, where the grandson of the Apostle of God fell at length, tortured by thirst and surrounded by the bodies of his murdered kinsmen, has been at anytime since then sufficient to evoke, even in the most lukewarm and heedless, the deepest emotions, the most frantic grief, and an exaltation of spirit before which pain, danger and death shrink to unconsidered trifles.”

[A Literary History of Persia, London, 1919, p. 227]

 

Written By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi