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Concerning the internal coherence of and the principles of deep reflection in the Qur’an, he has essentially followed the thinking of Maulana Hameed Uddin Rehaissance and Maulana Ameen Ahsan Islahi, though even here he has further developed their line of argument.
Ahmed believed in what he called “Islamic revolutionary thought,” which consists of the idea that Islam — the teachings of the Qur’an and the Sunnah — must be implemented in the social, cultural, juristic, political, and economic spheres of life. This undertaking is essential in order to remove the existing dichotomy between modern physical and social sciences on the one hand and the knowledge revealed by Almighty Allah SWT on the other.
This page was last edited on 14 Decemberat He has to his credit over 60 Urdu books on topics related to Islam and Pakistan, 9 of which have been translated into English and other languages. Israr Ahmad is a firm traditionalist of the genre of Maulana Mehmood Hassan Deobandi and Allama Shabeer Ahmad Usmani; yet he presents Qur’anic teachings in a scientific and enlightened way, being also a disciple of Allama Iqbal and Dr.
Israr Ahmad first appeared on Pakistan Television in in a program called Al-Kitab; this was followed by other programs, known as Alif Lam Meem, Rasool-e-Kamil, Umm-ul-Kitab and the most popular of all religious programs in the history of Pakistan Television, the Al-Huda, which made him a household name throughout the country.
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How isslamic I become a Muslim? Ahmed relinquished the leadership of Tanzeem-e-Islami in October because of bad health. Preservation of the Qur’an. Ahmed resigned from the Jamaat-e-Islami in April because of its involvement in national politicswhich he believed was irreconcilable with the revolutionary methodology adopted by the Jama’at in the pre period.
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Having taken shape roughly two hundred years ago, these ideas were continuously affirmed and reinforced by theorists and philosophers. Although the Jamaat-e-Islami has reached some influence, Ahmed resigned from the party in when it entered the electoral process and believed that such an involvement led to “degeneration from a pure Islamic revolutionary party to a mere political one”.
Retrieved 14 December The present age can rightly be described as the age isoamic the predominance of Western philosophical thought and learning.
No doubt some alternative view points are also found here and there, but they are of marginal importance. Islamism in South Asia. Israr Ahmad, the second son of a government servant, was born on April 26, in Hisar a district of East Punjab, now a part of Haryana in India.
Details about Founder of Tanzeem E Islami: Israr Ahmad gave up his thriving medical practice in in order to launch a full-fledged and vigorous movement for the revival of Islam.
A master’s thesis, entitled Dr. The Western ideas about the nature of man and the universe are strongly upheld all around the world.
He has also acknowledged the “deep influence” of Shah Waliullah Dehlawithe 18th century Indian Islamic leader, anti-colonial activist, jurist, and scholar.
While Israr Ahmed “considers himself a product” of the teachings of “comprehensive and holistic concept of the Islamic obligations” of Abul Ala Maududihe opposes Jamaat-e-Islami’s “plunge” iwrar “the arena of power politics,” which he considered to have been “disastrous. His interest in Islam and philosophy grew further and he subsequently moved to KarachiSindh Province in the s.
Israr Ahmad has been actively engaged not only in reviving the Qur’an-centered Islamic perennial philosophy renaissajce world-view but also reforming the society in a practical way with the ultimate objective of establishing a true Islamic State, or the System of Khilafah.
He was a long time heart patient. This article is about the Pakistani Islamic theologian. The first attempt towards the actualisation of this concept was reportedly made by Abul Kalam Azad through his short-lived party, the Hizbullah.
After graduating from a local high school, Ahmed moved to Lahore to attend the King Edward Medical University in He xr modern democracy and the prevalent electoral system and argued that the head of an Islamic state could reject the majority decisions of an elected assembly. Muhammad Rafiuddin, and also because of his own background in science and medicine. The revitalization of Iman, in turn, is possible only by the propagation of the Qur’anic teachings and presenting the everlasting wisdom of the Book of Allah SWT in contemporary idiom and at the highest level of scholarship.
Originally a member of Jamaat-e-IslamiAhmed became disappointed with its electoral activity, “significant policy matters”, and what he saw as the “lack of effort to create an Islamic renaissance through the revolutionary process.
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Israr Ahmed died of cardiac arrest at his home in Lahore on the morning of 14 April at age Inhe joined Jamaat-e-Islami led by Abul Ala Maududibut left the party when the latter opted for participating in electoral politics in The people, both in the Occident and in the Orient, who really have a say in public affairs, political as well as social and cultural, are without exception adhering to this viewpoint.
He was the founder of Tanzeem-e-Islamian offshoot of the rightist Jamaat-e-Islami. Retrieved 13 December Tanzeem-e-Islami emphasises that iman faith among Muslims must be revived in “a significant portion of the Muslim society” before there can be an Islamic revival. He has authored over 60 books in Urdu on topics related to Islam and Pakistan, nine of which have been translated into English and other languages.