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Tablighi Jamaat

Emerging New Perspectives on Epidemiology

Apr 29,20by Satish Verma

In this timely satire, Satish Verma takes on the millenials who have suddenly taken upon the profession of epidemiology and garnishing it with liberal notions of social justice, are wreaking havoc upon any ears sensitive to scientific truth. He takes upon feminism, liberalism and the kind of Indian secularism which goes to great lengths to defend Tablighi Jamaat, but attacks everything Hindu.

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Prophetic Monotheism: The Longest Running Pandemic in History

While the world is reeling from the Corona Virus pandemic which is barely months old, we all are suffering from another virus, of an ideological kind, which has been spreading across the world for the past two thousand years continuously. It has been spreading death, destruction, violence and destroying peace all this time. It has infected a majority of humanity barring a few countries like India and China. This ideological virus is Prophetic Monotheism. Read Pankaj Saxena making this apt comparison in this article.

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The Tabligh Movement or Millions of Bearded Militants on the March – 1

In this brilliant expose of Tablighi Jamaat, India's finest historian Sita Ram Goel proves that Tablighi Jamaat is not a social movement. It has no peaceful intentions and it has no spiritual or philosophical bent. Like all Islamic movements it is also a militant movement, with violent goals and genocidal intentions about the non-Muslim groups at its target, the most visible of the enemies, being the Hindus. In light of this two-part series, the current deeds of Tablighi Jamaat do not constitute outlier behavior, but is symptomatic of the core ideology of Tablighi Jamaat.

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Tablighi Jamaat: The Real Face of Islam

In this short essay, Khalid Umar destroys a common delusion: that an extremist Islamic organization does not represent true Islam. He argues, with the short history and behavior of Tablighi Jamaat that their behavior truly and completely aligns with the fundamentals of Islam. They represent true Islam, rather than an abrogation of it.

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