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Islamic Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Welcome
  • 2. Islamic History
  • 3. Layout
    • Introduction
    • The Islamist and Pakistan
    • The Islamist and Pakistan
    • Maulana Mawdudi and Jama`t
    • Islamist and State of Pakistan
    • Establishment's Islam
    • Zia and Islam
    • Benazir Butto, Nawas & Islamism
    • The Ulema parties
  • 4.
    • Madaris
    • Ethos of Radical Islamic Groups
    • The parliamentary Strategy.
    • Islamist concept of foreign affairs
    • Terrorism as a Strategy
    • The state and the Radical Islam
    • Blowback Pakistani Style
    • Portent and possibilities
    • Army and Islamists
    • Islamic Strategies
  • 5. Introduction
    • Pakistan was a product of a classic nationalist movement with a geopolitical vision that sought a protected area where Muslims could live un threatened lives.
    • Pakistan a Muslim State
    • Pakistan an Islamic State
    • Pakistan resembles Israel
  • 6. The Islamist and Pakistan
    • Well organized Muslim Society
    • Formation of Tablighi jama`t
    • Maulana Mawdudi and Jama`t
    • Islamist and State of Pakistan
  • 7. Maulana Mawdudi and Jama`t
    • The most influential of Pakistan's Islamists
    • More Anti-Hindu than Pro-Pakistan
    • Formation of Jama`at-i-Islami
    • Partition of JI
  • 8. Islamist and State of Pakistan
    • Role of Islamist In helping Pakistan recover from the devastation of partition
    • Pressure on Muslim League For Islamic State
    • Ingathering of Muslims is not enough.
    • Elimination of British-derived civil and criminal laws and creation of State based upon Shariat.
  • 9. Establishment's Islam
    • Pakistan Institutions were results of adapting the British dominated enviroment while simultaneously supporting tand exploiting the traditional alliances and structures.
    • Pakistan slowly moved to Islamized State
    • Reasons???
    • Risk????
  • 10. Establishment's Islam Cont…..
    • Constitutional Assembly's Objective Resolution 1949
    • Ayub Khan, Yahya Khan and Butto continued to seek compromise with Islamist.
    • Butto banned Alchohol, Declared Ahmediyya sect non-Muslim and Idea of Islamic Bomb at islamic Conference 1974.
  • 11. Zia and Islam
    • A move towards Islamic State.
    • Signboards placed around cantonments quoting Quran verses.
    • Pakistan Studies a compulsory subject.
    • Zia. Aslam Beg and Hamidf Gul followed the ideology of JI.
    • Promotion of Jihad and madrassas
    • Islamic Army
  • 12. Benazir Butto, Nawas & Islamism
    • Islamist and Benazir Butto
    • Shariat Bill in 1999.
    • Pakistan's Nuclear Test and 9/11
    • West against Islam
  • 13. Jama`at and centrist Islamism
    • Relations of JI,ISI and Army
    • Taliban and JI
    • JI an organized party.
    • JI Objective
    • India and USA chief enemy
    • A militant political party
    • Islamic Jamia`t Tulba or IJT
  • 14. The Ulema parties
    • Deobandi School of thought
    • JUI, JUP,
    • Barelvi school of thought
    • Sunni Tehreek,
    • Ahle hadit
    • Shia parties
  • 15. Madaris
    • Madaris at the time of independence were 250.
    • In 1987 increased to the 3000 and currently about 4500.
    • Zia encouraged the expanding of the madras’s.
    • Massive funds from Gulf States.
  • 16. Ethos of Radical Islamic Groups
    • Primary concern for the governance.
    • Second, for the foreign policy and relation with Islamic countries.
    • Divided by their theology inheritance.
    • Disagree on the social, economic and political problems and their solutions.
  • 17. The parliamentary Strategy.
    • History of religious politics
    • October 2002 elections, MMA won 62 seats. Form government in NWFP and coalition government in Balochistan.
    • MMA an artificial alliance.
    • MMA and Hisba bill.
    • Artificial allance.
  • 18. Islamist concept of foreign affairs
    • NWFP and Balochistan great chance to prove their selves.
    • Pak Afghan relation based on the ethnic affinity.
    • Taliban were born out of the JUI madaris.
    • Al Quida is a salafist jihadi movement.
  • 19. Terrorism as a Strategy
    • Conceptually the terrorism literature compares terrorism to theater
    • One is enemy
    • The second group is “bystanders”
    • Remainder is potential recruits for the cause.
  • 20. The state and the Radical Islam
    • Army is main character in this entire scenario.
    • Always used them, trained them and supported for its own purposes.
    • Behari vs Bengali
    • Zia ul haq and Islamic groups
  • 21. Blowback Pakistani Style
    • ISI supported hard line groups with America’s help.
    • Negative consequences of Afghan war for Pakistan.
    • An increase in domestic and sectarian violence.
  • 22. Portent and possibilities
    • Axis of Evil, has nuclear weapons, terrorists and stagnant economy.
    • A new Iran, center for new Islamic revolution.
    • Pakistanis subject to careful security regulations and discrimination.
  • 23. Army and Islamists
    • Army , the main barrier for Islamic radicalism as will for the democracy.
    • Trained by British past, international contacts and un Islamic structure.
    • Current officers critical of zia’s experiment
    • Army view it self as last best hope.
    • Continue to exploit militant groups.
    • Army has its own way to run state.
  • 24. Islamic Strategies
    • JI can be bridge between secular and militant groups
    • JI is capable of movement but fears of out flanked by Army and Establishment
    • Needs alliance to come in power.
    • No prediction for near future.
    • Islamic revolution, but no one on Khomeini’s status.
    • JI can become second most important force.