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The Muslim Reform Movement – A Realistic Cause?
19th January 2016|LecturesVideos

The Muslim Reform Movement – A Realistic Cause?

Younus AlGohar passes his remarks about the realistic outcome of the Declaration of the Muslim Reform Movement, an initiative started by Muslims in Canada and around the world in response to the rise of Islamic terrorism.

Main points:

  • The cause is wonderful but it will not bring any change. Reforms have to come from the highest authority in Islam: God. It is not the duty of the people to reform Islam, but rather the duty of those delegated by God to make reformations.
  • In reality, what is written has not application, no implementation. It is not going to produce any results because the Muslim world will not accept this movement as an authority on Islam.
  • Certain points in the declaration are not reformations to be made in Islam but rather the opinions of individuals.
  • Islam cannot be reformed; it is damaged beyond repair. If reformations are to be made in Islam, they will be so lengthy that after the reforms, Islam will be changed unrecognisably.

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Sectarian Division Pollutes the Concept of Imam Mehdi
19th January 2016|Articles

Sectarian Division Pollutes the Concept of Imam Mehdi

There are more than just one concept of Imam Mehdi due to sectarian division in Islam. The Shia (Iran) concept of Imam Mehdi is more like a fictitious story rather than being based on traditions of the Prophet Mohammad. Shia Islam has segregated from the mainstream religion and remains focused on the household of the Prophet Mohammad. Anyone outside the household of the Prophet is given considerably less or no importance at all. They believe the lost son of Imam Askari is the awaited Imam Mehdi.

Sunni Islam focuses on the traditions of the Prophet Mohammad and their concept of Imam Mehdi is strictly based on traditions of the Prophet only.

Wahhabis don’t accept the existence of the concept of Imam Mehdi. They, however, believe that a caliph will come to help them towards the end times.

None of the above mentioned concepts are realistic and authentic.

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About the Author
Younus AlGohar is the Representative of the Awaited One Lord Ra Riaz Gohar Shahi and CEO of Messiah Foundation International. He has been recognised as an Ambassador of Peace and Man of Valour. He is an advocate of divine love and interfaith harmony.