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Title: Tanzim-i-Islami Pakistan: A Socio-Religious Study, 1975-2010
Authors: Ahmad, Shakeel
Keywords: History
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: International Islamic University, Islamabad.
Abstract: This is a historical, critical and longitudinal method of studying about the Tanzim-i-Islami, founded by Dr Israr Ahmad (1932-2010) on 29 April 1975 unlike many other Islamic movements, TI has not yet been undergone academic analysis. It is neither a religious sect nor political party in a real sense, as it believes that the social aspect of Islam seeks culmination through the use of political power with responsibility for the service and welfare of human beings in the shape of Khilafat on national and international levels. Its foundation was laid down as a result of the political dispute between Israr Ahmad and Sayyid Abu’l A‘la Mawlana Mawdudi (1903-79) in April 1957. Shakhsi bai‘at (personal adherence) Munfarid Rufaqa (Isolated members), nizam-i-usra’ (Family Unit System), Local Tanzim, Nizam-i-Halqajat (Circle System) and Central System distinguishes it from the framework of Jama'at-i-Islami on the basis of the masur (continuous practice by people), masnun (according to the Sunnah) and mansus (according to the Qur’an). It produced a lot of literature to educate, motivate and prepare the public in general and its followers in particular. In March1991, it also started Khilafat movement to achieve the mission according to its philosophy and enhanced efforts to achieve the Khilafat in Pakistan. This research work explores how Tanzim-i-Islami has mobilized the educated Muslim Pakistani Community for the establishment of Khilafat and the influence of philosophy of TI work on the Muslims educated society of Pakistan. This dissertation also helps to introduce the TI, its evolution, structure, working setup, socio-religious, political and philosophical aspects for the educated Muslims inside and outside the State of Pakistan.
Gov't Doc #: 19942
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