Tag Archives: Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi

Is the Shariah in India in Danger? Was ‘Deen Bachao, Desh Bachao’ Rally By Imarat-E-Shariah Patna needful?

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi 20 April 2018 Perhaps, first time after the independence, scores of Muslim outfits of Bihar gathered at Gandhi Maidan in Patna under the banner of “Shariah is in danger”. This call was given in the rally named as ‘Deen Bachao, Desh Bachao’ (protect religion, save nation) jointly organised by Imarat-e-Shariah Patna and All India Muslim …

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Indian Sufi master, Makhdoom-e-Pak and his reflections on Tawheed (Monotheism) & Wadhat-ul-Wujud (Unity of Existence)

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi Makhdoom Ashraf Jahangir Simnani (1287–1386 CE), also known as Makhdoom-e-Pak, was a revered Indian Sufi of Persian origin. He was an ardent follower of Shaikh-e-Akbar Ibn al-Arabi and was particularly imbued with his spiritual conception of Wadhat-ul Wujud (Unity of Existence). Blessed with the 14 different chains of Sufism, he rendered remarkable services to the …

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The Kathua Rape-And-Murder Case: Why See It Through The Prism Of Religion?

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi The brutal murder of the 8-year-old rape victim, Asifa Bano in Kathua—one of the administrative districts in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir—was breathtakingly dreadful. It is too horrifying a case to get down to the details. But what is more deplorable now is that the rape crime has turned into a communal and …

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Let’s Call for Protection of the Human Rights for all Religious Minorities, Not Only for Muslims as ‘Ummah’

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi While writing this piece, I am quite distressed about the systematic persecution of the Baha’i minority members in Yemen. Besides the tussle between two warring parties in Yemen, what is more deplorable is their implications on religious minorities including Jews, Christians, and particularly the Baha’i community which is being regularly persecuted for just practicing their …

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No Religious Sanctity On the War Cry of ‘Ghazwatul Hind’ In Kashmir: Giving terrorism  a veneer of religion is self-deception: By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi

WordForPeace.com  By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi Eisa Fazili, the slain ISIS sympathizer in Kashmir-young gullible student of the B Tech (IT) who joined militant ranks-warned the Ulema: “One day they have to show their faces to Allah who will punish them for failing in their duties to give a call for Jihad fi Sabilillah (armed struggle in the path of Allah)”. But …

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Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi in Asian Age: Rebutting religious fanaticism, ideological extremism and radicalism

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi The verses in the Qur’an forbid the religious fanaticism which often appears in the disguise of “devoutness”. But it creates adverse impact on the humanity at large. Sometimes, people pledge loyalty (bai’ah) to a particular religious group or Islamist party to the exclusion of all other people — both Muslims and non-Muslims. Thus, they assume …

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हज़रत अली (र.अ): अतिवाद और भौतिकवाद के दौर में आध्यात्मिक जीवन की इस्लामी मिसाल

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi आज जबकि हम अतिवाद और भौतिकवाद का शिकार हो रहे हैं, हज़रत अली की आध्यात्मिक ज़िन्दगी और उनके कथन से सीखना हम सब की अहम् ज़रूरत है। क़ुरान का फरमान कि “उत्पाद, क्रूरता करने वाला अल्लाह का दोस्त नही हो सकता”, इस बात की तरफ इशारा है की अगर एक बंदे को हज़रत अली जैसी पवित्र ज़िन्दगी गुजारनी …

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From “Rabbil-ʿAlameen (Lord of all Creations) to Surah “An-Naas” (Mankind), Universality of the Divine and Unity of Mankind recur throughout the Qur’an: Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi

By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi, WordForPeace.com The world is one family,  however different our families and faiths are. We have a shared responsibility to respect each other. This is the Divine covenant we are exhorted to take from the beginning of the Qur’an to its end; from the verse of the first Surah “Rabbil-ʿAlameen (ربّ العالمين‎) calling Allah “Lord of all Creations” …

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Islam and Environmental Protection: A Fresh Look at the Qur’an and Hadith

WordForPeace.com By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi | March 19, 2018 | There is an inseparable relation between the environment and our soul. It will be great if Muslims in particular and the wider world in general learn from the Holy Scriptures, like the Holy Qur’an and Hadith, to try to wage an eco-friendly jihad (noble effort) to promote environmental balance and …

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