Jamiat Ulama I Islam Case Study

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• Jamiat Ulama-i-Islam, JUI-F: The history and orientation of Jamiat Ulama-i-Islam (JUI) dates back to the Dar-ul-Ulum Deoband which became a reference point of Sunni intellectual activity in 1867 when this Madrasa was established but actually it was formed in 1945 when members like Shabir Ahmad Usmani broke from the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind to support All India Muslim League by joining the Pakistan cause in the Indian subcontinent. Its first president was Allama Shabir Ahmed Usmani. Now it is an Assembly of Islamic Clergy and religious political block in Pakistan. But, due to differences on policy matters JUI split into two bolcks (Mawlana Hazarvi & Mufti Mahmood) in 1969, which further broke into JUI-F and JUI-S but the Fazlur Rahman block is prominent.
The (JUI-F) is led by Mawlana Fazlur Rahman after the death of Mufti Mahmud, who was of the view that the fundamental law of the nation will be a contract with Quran and Sunnah because any legislative act or executive order will transgress these sources of law. This block was described as uncompromisingly rigid and pro-Taliban which established thousands of Madaris all over the country. It worked continuously to convert the law of Pakistan according to Islamic ideology. The party was a politically influential, more hardline and traditional stream of
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The foremost gole of this party is to make an Islamic Rule in the nation conferring to the desires of all sections of the people of Pakistan. But, after the demise of Mufti Jaffar Hussain in August 29, 1983, TNFJP divided into two groups named as TNFJ-Agha Sayed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi and a more motivated bloc TNFJ-Allama Sayed Arif Hussain Al-Hussaini separately because to ideological

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