التوحيد والتفسيخ بين سياسات الإسلام والكفر

التوحيد والتفسيخ بين سياسات الإسلام والكفر

Kalim Siddiqui / May 25, 2019

  • Title: التوحيد والتفسيخ بين سياسات الإسلام والكفر
  • Author: Kalim Siddiqui
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  • Page: 453
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      • Kalim Siddiqui

        Well known for his unreserved support for the Islamic Revolution in Iran, and its chief exponent to the outside world, Dr Kalim Siddiqui, the late founder leader of the Muslim Parliament in Britain, believed that the Muslim world needed a series of revolutions His last book, Stages of Islamic Revolution, which in his own words has the flavour of his last testament , was launched during the Crescent International conference in South Africa.A leading exponent of the global Islamic movement, his strong defence of Imam Khomeini s fatwaagainst Salman Rushdie endeared him to the Muslim masses throughout the world.One of his most important articles of faith was that jihad which can mean anything from holy war to holy struggle is still a basic requirement of Islam Another is that Islam requires an Islamic theocracy in order to flourish At the root of all our problems, he said in a recent speech, is the fact that Muslims have little experience of living as a minority in a country where we exercise virtually no political power A third axiom is that the political and moral problems of today cannot be divorced from history The colonies may have gone, but most Islamic countries are still ruled by westernised elites who allow their people to be exploited by the west in return for support for their unrepresentative regimes The only Islamic country ruled by and for its people not for the west is Iran.The present crop of regimes in Islamic countries, from Morocco to Indonesia, is unacceptable, he said They have to be overthrown Islamic revolutions are needed all over the Muslim world Muslims have an overriding duty to overthrow those governments which currently rule Muslim countries.Dr Siddiqui s first brush with the authorities came in 1942, when, as an 11 year old schoolboy, he was shot at by a British soldier during nationalist agitations in Azamgarh in north east India The bullet killed the boy behind him Most of his teens were spent in the very unpleasant atmosphere of the years leading up to partition, and he fled to Pakistan at the earliest opportunity, aged 17 He spent six dissatisfied years in Pakistan before arriving in Britain in 1954 with plans to become a journalist.For the next 10 years he worked as a reporter on various local papers Then, from 1964 until 1972, he was a sub editor at The Guardian, London He also married, in 1960, and, at around the same time, began to address what he perceived to be gaps in his education He spent most of the Sixties as a part time student, doing his journalism by night and studying by day, starting with O levels and culminating in a PhD from University College, London He also wrote a book, about Pakistan, which was banned in that country And he became prominent among Britain s earliest Islamic activists Suez saw him demonstrating in Hyde Park the Algerian war saw him driving friends to Paris to demonstrate in the Champs Elysees.In 1972 he abandoned journalism and with some friends founded the Muslim Institute, in Bloomsbury, funded by subscriptions from members and donations from Muslims around the world We started from the idea that Muslim political thought needed to be rewritten We felt that western political thought had penetrated Islamic political thought and that we needed an institute to disengage from the west at the intellectual level He himself became director of the Muslim Institute.The Iranian revolution in 1979 was a turning point, establishing for the first time in Dr Siddiqui s lifetime the sort of Islamic state that his theories advocated He became a regular visitor to Iran and was a friend of Imam Khomeini Both men promoted a newly self confident version of Islam, contemptuous of everything western His ideas earned him respect among Islamic activists around the world including South Africa, Sudan and Malaysia where he last visited in April 1994.


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    1. أول ٢٠ صفحة هي الأهم في فرض فكرة التوحيد وفي مقابلها التفسيخنظريات كليم صديقي يجب تعميمهالكن يُعاب عليه إفراطه في التفاؤل بالثورة الإيرانية وشخص الخميني رحمه اللهويبدو أن المستقبل لم يشهد له بذاكلا في رهاناته على الشعوب المسلمة (للأسف) ولا على النخبة الإمامية (علماء المسلم [...]



    2. هذا الكتاب- رغم قدمه- هو بحث صغير حجما و كبير فائدة. يبين فيه المؤلف حالة الأمة الإسلامية اليوم و أسباب إنحطاطها (الفوضى ,التفرقة و التقسيم و إهمال العلم,الإنسلاخ و الإنحلال و حركة الاستشراق, فصل النموذج الموحى عن النموذج البشري,التبعية الشاملة ).كما يذكر بعض السبل للنهوض بها م [...]


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