A Pakistani soldier's perspective
Sir basically problem is that historically before Sikh rule It was one country so Afghanistan occupied Pakistan will be in turmoil but the problem is we never worked enough after soviet withdrawal ,I think taliban have more radical agenda for Muslims of subcontinent.
I absolutely agree with Mufti Sahab. Most pro-occupation modernists love to give the example of Hudaibiya pact concluded by the Prophet (SAW) not realizing the basic differences between the scenarios.It isn't rocket science... people neither read history and deen, nor learn from them,
the last part is tricky ''kharooj;; is rejected but if there is no alternative available what would be course of action,
The truth is always straight and simple as this fatwa but liers create confusions...
I agree with Maulana Taqi Usmani that the present government of Pakitan is not on the right track and that we, the people of Pakistan, need to put pressure on the government to change its policy of serving the interests of foreign (non-Muslim) powers. Our thinkers need to identify and crystalize Islamically and politically sound goals and then put forward and debate various models of exercising social, political and economic pressure embodying the priciple of "sanp marey lekin lathi na toote". Nothing would be achieved by rash action. Cool thinkers like Maulana Usmani can guide us.