The hypocrisy of Deobandis-dominated Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal has been unmasked in Jhang district where MMA’s member Jamaat-e-Islami has announced support to the banned Sipah-e-Sahaba’s contestants in the elections to National Assembly from NA-115 and a Punjab Assembly constituency from Jhang.
Anjuman Sipah-e-Sahaba (ASS), renamed itself as MI, ASWJ, Rah-e-Haq Party (RHP), is mother organization of outlawed Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and together they are mother of all terrorism in Pakistan and for that reason Pakistan government imposed ban on them in theory but that ban was never seen in practice due to ‘hidden forces’ patronage. Now, that superficial ban on ASWJ (Sipah-e-Sahab) has been lifted by the caretaker government, a decision that the unelected interim government is not authorized to make.
Jamaat-e-Islami is part of religio-political parties’ alliance MMA that makes tall claims of Muslims unity due to inclusion of a Shia and a Sunni Bralevi party: Islami Tehreek Party of Allama Sajid Naqvi and JUP-Noorani. However, majority in Pakistan doesn’t trust the MMA because of pro-terrorists Deobandi parties in the alliance.
The JI decision to support Ahmed Ludhianvi and Muavia Azam of banned Sipah-e-Sahaba (ASWJ) has vindicated the stance of anti-MMA Pakistanis who already rejected MMA on the ground that pro-Taliban and pro-Saudi parties in the MMA had always ditched Islamic principles in the Parliament.
The ideological followers of JI founder Syed Abul A’ala Moudoodi are also disappointed to see the pro-takfiri line of many JI leaders and of its student wing Islami Jamiat Talba (IJT). The followers of Moudoodi concluded that pro-takfiri JI and IJT leaders have stabbed JI in the back and made Moudoodi restless in his grave.
Syed Moudoodi was declared infidels by takfiri Deobandis because of his stance on despotic rule of Umayyad dynasty from its first ruler whom Moudoodi called monarchs who had deviated from Islamic principles of the governance and they were not guided-caliphs. But, JI leaders of today have ditched that ideology.