جماعت اسلامی پاکستان کے قیام اور تشکیل کی ضرورت
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Keywords:Islamic Thought and Civilization, Foundation, Background, War of Independence, Ideology, Anxiety, Literature, Generation.
Maulana Maududi was feeling the need for a party that would completely be an Islamic party. He distinguished between outward and true Islam, ethnic and true Muslim, and encouraged Muslims to consciously embrace true Islam and become true Muslims. The main difference between this party and the other Muslim religious and political parties in the subcontinent at that time was their formation aims and objectives, on the basis of which Maulana Maududi felt the need for an Islamic party in view of which the whole of Islam should be the coveted view instead of worldly aims. Furthermore, in its party organisation, it should satisfy and adopt the method of the party established by the Holy Prophet (PBUH). Unlike other parties, it included members who had a good character and were well aware of the meaning and significance as well as the requirements of Kalama Tiyyaba. This party was also given the name of Jamaat-e-Islami because its creed, mission, organization and methodology was more or less the same as that of Islam.
The reasons given in this study were: Why did Maulana MAududi feel the need for a new party in spite of the fact that there were other religious and political parties present in the Indian subcontinent?
What was the role of Muslim organizations in the society?
What was the fundamental difference between the mission of Jamaat e Islami and the rest of organizations?
The following article will shed light on the situation after the 1857AD War of Independence, the role of Muslim Indo-Pakistani political movements and the Jamaat-e-Islami.
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