CNN still promotes the fraud of Tahir ul Qadri

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“I have quoted from the main juristic schools of Islam or ‘Hadith’ taught by the great Imams like the hanafis, Shafi’i, Maliki, Hanbali and from the prophet’s Sunnah to prove that Islam stands for love, peace, forbearance, mercy and human dignity.”–Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri

“Terrorism and violence cannot be permissible in Islam,” Tahir ul Qadri told CNN’s Islam-hustling Christiane Amanpour in 2010 after declaring a Fartwa on terrorism.

That fartwa wasn’t worth the paper it was written on.

In Denmark he got the shoe, after  the minister for integration and social affairs, Karen Hækkerup (Socialdemokraterne),  pulled out of a conference on religious radicalism  after she discovered that Tahir-ul-Qadri  fashioned Pakistan’s revolting anti-blasphemy laws.

Watch the imam’s calm, benevolent English-language face utter all the soothing bromides that his Western listeners long to hear:

This is how it works folks. One version in English, and a completely different one in his own language.

Tahir ul Qadri is the father of Pakistans horrific anti-blasphemy laws. In typical Islamofascist  fashion   Qadri denies it and lies when he pulls the taqiyya wool over the eyes and ears of gullible western audiences.  True to form, he brags about it when talking to his coreligionists. Now he threatens Pakistan with a   ‘Million Man March’ that promises to paralyze Pakistani capital.

In Denmark he got the shoe, after  the minister for integration and social affairs, Karen Hækkerup (Socialdemokraterne),  pulled out of a conference on religious radicalism  after she discovered that one of the speakers helped fashion Pakistan’s revolting anti-blasphemy laws.

Pakistani Muslim scholar Tahir-ul Qadri joins hands during a public rally in Karachi on January 1, 2013.

“He was nominated for the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize and has taken a prominent stance against the use of the Koran to justify terrorism.”

He did no such thing.

Nobel invented dynamite, and his prize is called “Peace”: a fitting honor for a lying, scheming, deceitful Muslim.

Islamabad (CNN) — “Terrorism and violence cannot be permissible in Islam,” Tahir ul Qadri told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour in 2010 after declaring a Fatwa on terrorism.

The bold pronouncement thrust Qadri into headlines worldwide and led to an invitation to speak at the prestigious World Economic Forum and United States Institute for Peace.

Two years on, the religious cleric has resurfaced in Pakistan, demanding free and fair elections, after spending the last six years living in Canada.

Qadri has come a long way since his time as a parliamentarian during General Pervez Musharraf’s regime in the early 2000s.

After promoting his agenda from abroad — speaking out in videos and books — he is now back in the political spotlight in his home country, calling for a caretaker administration to take the government’s place and carry out election reforms ahead of an upcoming vote.

According to Qadri, the composition of the caretaker government should be decided with the input of the judiciary and the military.

But in a country with a history of military coups, Qadri’s mention of the army in the electoral process set off alarm bells with the current government and opposition who quickly reassured the Pakistani people that nothing would stand in the way of timely elections and the democratic process.

The residents of Islamabad are scared that mobs will raid their houses and there will be violence and murder
Rehman Malik, Pakistani Interior Minister

Some Pakistanis have suggested Qadri is working on behalf of the military — an allegation he denies. He maintains that he is working only to ensure a corruption-free electoral process.

Qadri threatened that unless his election reform demands were met by Thursday, he would stage a “Million Man March” to the capital, paralyzing the city with thousands of supporters.

“We will not succumb to these illegal demands,” Senator Rehman Malik, Pakistan’s Interior Minister told media Thursday, in anticipation of the protest, which is expected to arrive in Islamabad on Monday.

Malik said he would not allow the rally to enter downtown Islamabad as it posed a security risk and would disrupt business operations in the city; he said the Pakistani government had cordoned off sensitive areas of Islamabad.

“The residents of Islamabad are scared that mobs will raid their houses and there will be violence and murder,” Malik said. “I will hold Qadri personally responsible if there is any violence or murders during this rally.”

Malik announced last week that he had intercepted intelligence that the Pakistan Taliban was planning to attack the gathering on Monday.

Despite criticism from the government, Qadri seems intent on marching to the capital, spending millions on prime time television advertising to urge others to join him.

“We are expecting one to two million people who will join the march”, Shahid Mursaleen, spokesman for Tahir ul Qadri, told CNN.

“We plan on removing the barricades put up by the government and we will remain in the city whether it is [for] two days or 30 days, until our demands are met,” Mursaleen said.

However, just two days before the planned march on Islamabad, the only political party supporting Qadri’s march, the Mutahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), a coalition partner in the current government, pulled its support.

Supporters maintain that Qadri is only trying to make a positive change in a country that is in need of help.

They point to his welfare organization, called Minhaj ul Quran, which promotes “true Islamic teachings.” According to its website, it has up to 280,000 members worldwide and works to build madrassahs around the country to teach young children the Quran.

The “Million Man March,” which is expected to reach Islamabad on Monday, could be a game changer, analysts say, because it could have a major impact on the democratic process — but whether the outcome of that would be positive or negative at this crucial time for Pakistani politics is still unclear.

8 thoughts on “CNN still promotes the fraud of Tahir ul Qadri”

  1. It has to be acknowledged that within a democratic nation its is the responsibility of the state to make sure that the civilians of the country are safeguarded. Pakistan is a country in which there is mass unemployment, a high level of poverty and continuous bomb blasts throughout the country on a daily basis. The fact that the government has not been able to tackle these issues proves that the government has absolutely failed.

    The two main political parties of the country are made up of extremely rich families that spend billions on there election campaigns. Rather then the political system being open to any person who wishes to see the betterment of Pakistan it is controlled by those who have the majority of wealth, and they tailor the democratic system to suit there families.

    Tahir ul Qadri has exercised his democratic right to protest, and therefore has organised a peaceful march with the masses that also wish to display there resentment towards the system.
    Tahir ul Qadri has done everything in line with democracy and wishes to go to islamabad to make sure that those articles within the constitution that were disregarded can be implemented and put into action, so that the Republic of Pakistan can truly be called a democratic nation.

  2. Yes, Islam does not allow ‘of the people by the people for the people’, it is much better than that. Of the people (what people? power hungry greedy millionaires/billionaires?), by the people (by who? power hungry greedy millionaires/billionaires?), for the people (really? that is just a mirage. anything that is for the people is in favour of the power hungry greedy billionaires. Democracy rarely happens.). Islamic law is of Allah, by Allah FOR the people; keeping power hungry millionaires/billionaires from corrupting the system.

  3. A Brown,
    The concept of DEMOCRACY is superior in every respect to the bullshit you are preddling – espcially since you are effectectly handing power to a group of c___ who have no reponsibility to the masses whatsoever. Several components are required for a functioning democracy – and if there are problems the system can be corrected. In islam there is no thought – just a group of mindless dolts like yourself – and islam cannot correct itself – it is a braindead and evil monster like yourself.

  4. It is very clear that Dr. Tahir ul Qadri changes his statements about one thing according to the situation. Secondly he often swears at the name of God and His Prophets so that people may believe on his statements and innocent people do this. A person who often lies, he has not right to lead and guide the people. Such persons should be banned to preach religion. Now he is cheating people on the name of Democracy and change through reforms in the election process. I personally judged him, in the start he was ok but as he disgraced Divine Signs about Messenger of Love & Peace H.H Ra Gohar Shahi, after that he was cursed by God and his character changes speedily into a hypocrite. The end of such person is very bad.

  5. Salam to all.
    If Mr. Qadri is really interested in establishing peace, he should be working to stop the suicidal bombing that is occurring on a daily basis in Pakistan. This is making young women widows, children being orphaned, and Mothers loosing their life times work. This is the best avenue he could have or should be working at , that is to stop suicide bombing whoever is doing it, by taking bribe of Euro’s and what not . He has this charismatic appeal , so he should prove himself that he is capable of serving the people by bringing about a real and positive change in society. Instead he is creating another senseless commotion. May God give peace to the followers of the Peaceful God. May God give guidance to the readers Surah Fatiha x5 /day. The problem is many people read in Arabic without knowing what it is. Once the prayer is done in their native languages , it will start having an impact in people’s life. That’s what I think. People of Pakistan should not loose hope , Must try every thing to stop that infiltration , that is causing these suicidal bombs. God is Peace , Peace Emanates from him and Let Peace settle among the worshipers of Peace.

    1. Humaira,

      al Qadri is a very evil man. He will deceive many by making people believe its peace he wants, but all he wants is power.

      He is behind Pakistan’s blasphemy laws, which he denies and which has killed many.

      He is the author of a 600 page bogus fartwa that is as false as a $13-dollar bill.

      Don’t follow this fraud.

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