The Terminal Stage Of Malignancy

1564 WordsMar 11, 20167 Pages
The terminal stage of malignancy attaul-HaqHere is a famous quote that “sometimes I want to ask God why he allows poverty, famine and injustice in the world when He could do something about it, but I am afraid He just might ask the same question.” It is similar to the saying of Burke that the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good people to do nothing. Today’s Islam as religion is primarily operated by egomaniacal, obsessive Ulema with their brand of faith within religion for public backing and finances from outside yet grumbling that today’s Islam is deprived of the authority and voice, and they are there to reclaim it. General Muslims on the other side are highly distressed that the faith is assuming a horrible shape and that their intellectual or religious scholars are failing to stop the trend. The religion once claiming the charm to attract others is on a path to terrorize the world and create hate. The Moderate Muslims don’t dare to talk of any reform and if at all somebody speaks about it, is pushed to social segregation, exile or termed as an apostate who deserves to be eliminated by vigilante justice. Fearing the imminent backlash, Muslims scholars often show solidarity with the mainstream society and blindly live in the state of denial. As everybody knows, Islam is 1400 years old religion with many streams and facets. The Global Caliphate was always its goal. Many scholars and historians repeatedly enunciated the relentless and bloody
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