On Monday, we published an article detailing how Islamists plan to oppose Imran Khan and George Soros. An update – Islamist Civilian Supremacy – March On Islamabad.
Islamists Converge For Political Revolution
On Monday this week, we published an article about a coalition of five Islamist Parties in Pakistan headed by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman who intends to converge on the Pakistani capital Islamabad. They aim to oust Prime Minister Imran Khan, fully implicate shariah law, correct Pakistani political corruption and stop the meddling of George Soros in their systems of “education”.
You can read more about that by clicking HERE.
Given the explosive nature of the aggressive regressive Islamist rage machine, the convergence of hundreds of thousands, if not millions of Taliban related Pakistanis onto the capital of Pakistan should be interesting.
A Change In Law
Back in April of this year, the Pakistani Supreme Court recommended Parliament to redefine the word “terrorism” in line with international perspectives. Pakistan has been rightly accused of harbouring terror groups like the Afghan Taliban, the Haqqani Network, Lashkar-e-Taiba as well as supporting many Islamist political movements. Pakistani politics is probably best described as “tribal” and with that comes a pretty backward and primitive interpretation of Islam, or we could say “original Islam”.
Yesterday the Supreme Court of Pakistan defined the meaning of “terrorism” in it’s written order:
“..any violence carried out for religious, ideological or political objectives, to spread fear among the government and the masses, to inflict damage to life or property, to fan religious sectarianism and to carry out attacks against the law enforcement agencies or security forces, is terrorism”.
Islamists coming from the more backward “tribal” areas of the country (of which there are many) may become victims of this new definition of terrorism, Pakistani politics has for so long has been led by “mob rule”, politicians have been regularly assassinated, and there is always the threat of “explosive outrage” to consider. A change in the legal definition of terrorism could see the violent Islamists days numbered, or it could spark a bloody religious and political revolution.
JUI-F Leader Arrested
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam leader Mufti Kifayatullah was arrested for “issuing inflammatory statements” against national institutions (read into that what you will) on the very same day his party started the Azadi March from Karachi. Maulana Fazlur Rehman now leads the Azadi March.
In anticipation of hundreds of thousands if not millions of angry Pakistani Talibani types converging onto the capital city of Islamabad, the Pakistani authorities decided to grant bail to Mufti Kifayatullah and release him, perhaps in the hope that such a decision would “quell” the anger and outrage.
During the march to Islamabad, a group of adults from those tribal areas marvelled at the wonders of a merry go round in a playground, something they may not have in their own villages. A watchful member of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam kept a close eye on things to make sure nothing haram was going on; he didn’t look too pleased about the situation.