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Re: مذھب اور سیاست

Ghost Protocol bhai The contrast you tried to draw between religion and politics doesn’t exist. The goal of both religion and politics is controlling minds that results in political power. Politicians use religion to Marshall support. The service in church or Namaz at mosque are all social tools to develop political power under the hood of religion. The two are not contrast, similar tools to generate political power. Nothing wrong about political power and nothing pure about religion. Not sure why are you trying to paint it in black and white.

It is absolutely ridiculous to think that the prime reason to build a Mosque is to exercise the political Muscles by manipulating the masses. It is however, turned out to be exactly as what it suppose to oppose  . The concept of religious Hierarchy has been adopted from the Christianity and had been imposed by the various people over the time .  Even the assignment of a local Imam in a Mosque could not be a permanent position . It used to be shared by everyone whoever has  time and decide to lead the prayer. It is quite disturbing that when we make statements, we do not want to consider the apparent  impairments which has been allowed to seep in to the mainstream religious institutions without due appreciation that even with our beloved prophet PBUH always warned us against adopting the fancy ornaments and Gold calligraphy in our praying places.

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