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This research article was originally written in September, for an Arabic encylopedia. The version below has been updated and edited.
Abstract The author highlights the history, politics, ideology and personalities behind the establishment and expansion of Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan — editor The general historic context The establishment of Jamaat e Islami in was preceded by a long period of decline of Muslims in India.
Muslims, who had ruled India for centuries, felt disgruntled and helpless. Their identity and rights faced dual challenges of modernity brought by the British and a feeling of economic and political vulnerability, being a minority community in India.
This hopeless situation demanded a new leadership that could revive Islamic identity. India had precedents of Islamic revivalism, the most prominent one being in 17th century when Sheikh Ahmad Sarhandi challenged the secular policies of the Mughal rulers.
The 18th century saw another prominent Muslim revivalist, Shah Waliullahwho invited Ahmad Shah Abdali from Afghnistan to counter the resurgent power of Marhata Hindus in India.
Feeling weak and vulnerable at home, the 20th century Muslims of India adopted pan Islamism as their creed. They identified with the symbols of Islamic power abroad, like the Ottoman Empire. Even though it was an impractical idea, as many Turks were themselves opposed to Khilafat, young Mawdudi joined the movement.
Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, was secular and liberal in outlook and Mohammad Iqbal was a great poet who believed in Muslim revivalism through modern education.
Mowdudi was conservative in comparison to both these leaders.
Indeed, he thought that the modernism of New Turks was one of the reasons behind the fall of the Khilafat. In his opinion Arab nationalism had dealt a deathblow to the Ottoman Empire. His book on Jihad dealt with the topic from a new angle. He compared the Islamic rules in Jihad with the modern laws of war and peace.
This attracted the attention of Mohammad Iqbal who was instrumental in calling Mawdudi to the Punjab from Hyderabad Deccan. As a perverse reaction to the British rule, the Muslims abhorred everything modern, including education.
As a result, they became backward and their economic condition deteriorated. Iqbal wanted Mawdudi to set up an institution called Dar us Slam in Punjab that would not only impart Islamic education but would also teach modern subjects.
The Dar us slam project had been financed by a Muslim philanthropist who was a follower of Jinnah and supported the Pakistan movement. Mawdudi criticised Jinnah and his movement for Pakistan.
The philanthropist objected to these political activities of Mawdudi, saying that Dar us slam must remain apolitical. Mawdudi now started thinking about creating his own party of the faithful.
In the early years of its existence, the focus of this party was more on religious work.
He was impatient for political action. But the route that he selected for his political action started from his religion, Islam. For establishing a political party, its organisation and hierarchy were important. The Tableeghi Jamaat of India was already doing impressive work in the area of propagation of Islam.
Mawdudi travelled to Mewat in to meet Sheikh Mohammad Ilyas, the head of this religious party involved in this missionary work. Mawdudi was impressed by the work of this group to revive Islam.Home Business Hamdard Pakistan revitalizes its own vision with Technology.
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