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The Violent Truth Behind The Sufi Mask

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The Violent Truth Behind The Sufi Mask

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Following is a presentation of excerpts taken from Sita Ram Goel's
works.

Many Hindus have been misled, mostly by their own soft-headed
scholars, to cherish the fond belief that the Sufis were spiritual
seekers, and that unlike the Mullahs, they loved Hindu religious lore
and liked their Hindu neighbours. The Chistiyya Sufis in particluar
have neem chosen for such fulsome praise. The orthodox among the
Muslims protest that the Sufis are being slandered. But the Hindus
remains convinced that they themselves know better. Professor Aziz
Ahmad is a renowned scholar of Islam in India. He clinches the matter
in the following words : "In Indian sufism anti-Hindu polemics
started with Muinal-din Chisti. Early sufis in Punjab and early
Chistis devoted themselves to the task of conversion on a large
scale. Missionary activity slowed down under Nizam al-din Auliya, not
because of any new concept of eclecticism, but because he held that
the Hindus were generally excluded from grace and could not be easily
converted to Islam unless they had the opportunity to be in the
company of the Muslim saints for considerable time."

Of course, the Auliya who lived in a sprawling khanqah and received
rich gifts out of plunder was convinced that he himself was such a
Muslim saint. His temper and teachings can be known easily from die,
writings of Amir Khusru, the poet, and Ziauddin Barani, the
historian. Both of them were leading disciples of the Auliya. Both of
them express a great hatred for Hindus, and regret that the Hanafl
school of Islamic Law had come in the way of wiping out completely
the "curse of infidelism" from the face Hindustan.

A similar Sufi saint who died a mere 79 years before Waliullah's
birth, was Ahmad Sirhindi (1564-1624). He was always foaming at the
mouth against Akbar's policy of peace with the Hindus. He proclaimed
himself the Mujaddid-i-alf-i-sdni, 'renovator of the second
millennium of Islam'. Besides writing several books, he addressed
many letters to several powerful courtiers in the reign of Akbar and
Jahangir. His MaktiibCtt-i-Imdm RabbanT have been collected and
published in three volumes. According to Professor S. A. A. Rizvi,
"Shariat can be fostered through the sword' was the slogan he raised
for his contemporaries.

A few specimens should suffice to show the quality of this man's
mind. In letter No. 163 he wrote: "The honour of Islam lies in
insulting kufr and kafirs. One who respects the kafirs dishonours the
Muslims... The real purpose of levying jiziya on them is to humiliate
them to such an extent that they may not be able to dress well and to
live in grandeur. They should constantly remain terrified and
trembling. It is intended to hold them under contempt and to uphold
the honour and might of Islam." In Letter No. 81 he said: "Cow-
sacrifice in India is the noblest of Islamic practices. The kafirs
may probably agree to pay jiziya but they shall never concede to cow-
sacrifice." After Guru Mun Deva had been tortured and done to death
by Jahangir, he wrote in letter No. 193 that "the execution of the
accursed kafir of Gobindwal is an important achievement and is the
cause of the great defeat of the Hindus."

Sirhindi ranks with Shah Waliullah as one of the topmost sufis and
theologians of Islam. Referring to his role, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
has written in his Tazkirah that "but for these letters Muslim nobles
would not have stood by Islam and but for the efforts of Shaikh
Ahmad, Akbar's heterodoxy would have superseded Islam in India."'
Later on, when K.A. Nizami published a collection of Shah
Walilullah's letters addresed to various Muslim notables including
Ahmad Shah Abdaii, he dedicated it to Maulana Azad. The Maulana wrote
back, "I am extremely happy that you have earned the merit of
publishing these letters. I pray from the core of my heart that Allah
may bless you with the felicity of publishing many books of a similar
kind." That should give us a measure not only of 'Muslim Revivalism'
but also of many Maulanas who masqueraded as ardent nationalists in
order to fight the battle for Islam from within the Indian National
Congress.

It is strange that most of the present-day Muslim scholars refuse to
cite the actual statements made about Hindus and Hinduism by their
heroes such as Ahmad Sirhindi and Shah Waliullah while praising them
to the skies as saviours of Islam in India. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
and Allama lqbal are shining examples of this intriguing silence. The
late Professor Ishtiaq Husain Qureshi published two significant books
on the history of Islam in India - Ulema in Politics (1972), and The
Muslim Community of the Indo-Pakistan Subcontinent (1977). He has
devoted many pages to Ahmad Sirhindi and Shah Waliullah in both the
books. But he has not cited a single sentence written or spoken by
the 'great sufis' on how they looked at Hindus and Hinduism. I have
no doubt that Nizami has also suppressed those letters of Shah
Waliullah in which the latter has poured out his heart about kufr and
the kafirs. It is only Professor S. A. A. Rizvi who has taken us into
the secret chambers so to say. Professor Rizvi is a Shia. And the
venom which characters like Ahmad Sirhindi have poured on Hindus and
Hinduism is quite comparable to that which they poured out on Shias
and Shiism.

Professor Rizvi has cited select passages from the original Persian
of Ahmad Sirhindi's letters. It is only recently that the letters
have become available in Urdu translation. Ahmad Sirhindi wrote to
many Muslim notables in the reign of Akbar and Jahangir. Some of
these letters were in strong protest against Akbar's policies vis-a-
vis Hindus. One of Sirhindi's patrons was Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khanan
whom many Hindus cherish as a Hindi poet and a devotee of Shri
Krishna. It is unfortunate that quite a few recipients of these
letters cannot be identified straight away because they are addressed
by their titles and not by their names. As the letters are not dated,
it is difficult to say whether the bearer of a particular title
belonged to the reign of Akbar or Jahangir. The same title was given
to several persons in succession. I reproduce below some passages
from these significant letters in order to show how the mind of this
great sufi functioned. He was the leading light of the Naqshbandi
sufi silsild, and the foremost disciple of Khwaja Baqi Billah who
brought this silsild to India in the reign of Akbar. I may add that
the Prophet appeared quite frequently to both Baqi Billah and Ahmad
Sirhindi in their dreams or states of trance, and gave guidance to
them. Some of his statements are reproduced below:

1 It is said that the Shariat prospers under the shadow of the sword
(al-Shara' tahat al-sait). And the glory of the holy Shariat depends
on the kings of Islam ....

2 Islam and infidelity (kufr) contradict one another. To establish
the one means eradicating the other, the coming together of these
contradictories being impossible. Therefore, Allah has commanded his
Prophet to wage war (jihad) against the infidels, and be harsh with
them. The glory is Islam consists in the humiliation and degradation
of infidels and infidelity. He who honours the infidels, insults
Islam. Honouring (the infidels) does not mean that they are accorded
dignity, and made to sit in high places. It means allowing them to be
in our company, to sit with them, and talk to them. They should be
kept away like dogs. If there is some worldly purpose or work which
depends upon them, and cannot be served without their help, they may
be contacted while keeping in mind all the time that they are not
worthy of respect. The best course according to Islam is that they
should not be contacted even for worldly purposes. Allah has
proclaimed in his Holy Word (Quran) that they are his and his
Prophet's enemies. And mixing with these enemies of Allah and his
Prophet or showing affection for them, is one of the greatest
crimes...

.. The abolition of jizyah in Hindustan is a result of friendship
which (Hindus) have acquired with the rulers of this land... What
right have the rulers to stop exacting jizyah? Allah himself has
commended imposition of jizyah for their (infidels') humiliation and
degradation. What is required is their disgrace, and the prestige and
power of Muslims. The slaughter of non-Muslims means gain for
Islam... To consult them (the kafirs) and then act according to their
advice means honouring the enemies (of Islam), which is strictly
forbidden...

The prayer (goodwill) of these enemies of Islam is false and
fruitless. It should never be called for because it can only add to
their numbers. If the infidels pray, they will surely seek the
intercession of their idols, which is taking things too far... A wise
man has said that unless you become a maniac (di-wanah) you cannot
attain Islam. The state of this mania means going beyond
considerations of profit and loss. Whatever one gains in the service
of Islam should suffice..."

3 Ram and Kirshan whom Hindus worship are insignificant creatures,
and have been begotten by their parents... Ram could not protect his
wife whom Ravan took away by force. How can he help others?... It is
thousands of times shameful that some people should think of Ram and
Kirshan as rulers of all the worlds... To think that Ram and Rahman
are the same, is extremely foolish. The creator and the creature can
never be one... The controller of the Cosmos was never called Ram and
Kirshan before, the latter were born. What has happened after their
birth that they have come to be equated with Allah, and the worship
of Ram and Kirshan is described as the worship of Allah? May Allah
save us!

3 Our prophets who number one lakh and twenty-four thousand have
encouraged the created ones to worship the Creator... The gods of the
Hindus (on the other hand) have encouraged the people to worship them
(the gods) instead... They are themselves misguided, and are leading
others astray... See, how the (two) ways are different!

4 Before that kafir [Guru Arjun Deva] was executed this recluse
[meaning himself] had seen in a dream that the reigning king had
smashed the skull of idolatry. Indeed, he was a great idolater, and
the leader of the idolaters, and the chief of unbelievers. May Allah
blast him! The Holy Prophet who is the ruler of religion as well as
the world, has cursed the idolaters as follows in some of his prayers
- "O Allah, demean their society, create divisions in their ranks,
destroy their homes, and get at them like the mighty one."

It is required by religion [Islam] that jihad should be waged against
the unbelievers, and that they should be dealt with harshly... it is
obligatory on Muislims to acquaint the king of Islam with the evil
customs of false religions... Maybe the king has no knowledge of
these evil customs... Some Ulama of Islam should come forward, and
proclaim the evils present in their (unbelievers') ways... It will be
no excuse or, the Day of Judgment that they did not proclaim the
tenets of the Shariat because they were not called upon (to do SO)
...

5 The Shariat prevails under the shadow of the sword (al Shara'
tahat al-saij) - according to this (saying), the Shariat can triumph
only with the help of mighty kings and their good administration. But
for some time past this saying has been languishing, which means
inevitably that Islam has become weak. The unbelievers (Hindus) of
Hindustan are demolishing mosques, and erecting their own places of
worship on the same sites. There was a mosque in the tank of Kurukhet
(Kurukshetra) at Thanesar, as also the tomb of some (Muslim) saint,
These have been demolished, and a huge gurudwara has been constructed
on the same sites. Besides, the kafirs are holding many celebrations
of kuft....

It is a thousand pities that the reigning king is a Mussalman, and we
recluses find ourselves helpless. There was a time when Islam stood
glorified due to the might and prestige of its kings, and the Ulama
and the Sufis were honoured and held in high regard. It was with
their help that the kings made the Shariat preva. I have heard that
one day Amir Taimur was passing through the bazar at Bukhara when, by
chance, the inmates of Khwaja Naqshbandi's khdnqah were beating the
dust out of the mats used in that place. Because Islam was intact in
Amir Taimur, he stopped at that spot and regarded the dust of the
khdnqah as musk and sandal. He met a good end."

6 Therefore, it is necessary that infidelity should be cursed in
order to serve the faith (Islam). Cursing unbelief in the heart is
the lesser way. The greater way is to curse it in the heart as well
as with the body. In short, cursing means to nourish enmity towards
enemies of the true faith, whether that enmity is harboured in the
heart when there is fear of injury from them (infidels), or it is
harboured in the heart as well as served with the body when there is
no fear of injury from them. In the opinion of this recluse, there is
no greater way to obtain the blessings of Allah than to curse the
enemies of the faith (be impatient with them). For Allah himself
harbours enmity towards the infidels and infidelity... Once I went to
visit a sick man who was close to death. When I meditated on him, I
saw that his heart was layered with darknesses. I intended to remove
those darknesses. But he was not yet ready for it... When I meditated
more deeply, I discovered that those darknesses had gathered due to
his friendship with the infidels. They could not be dispersed easily.
He had to suffer torments of hell before he could get purged of them
...

7 Every person cherishes some longing in his heart. The only longing
which this recluse (meaning himself) cherishes is that the enemies of
Allah and his Prophet should be roughed up. The accursed ones should
be humiliated, and their false gods disgraced and defiled. I know
that Allah likes and loves no other act more than this. That is why I
have been encouraging you again and again to act in this way. Now
that you have yourself arrived at that place, and have been appointed
to defile and insult that dirty spot and its inhabitants, I feel
grateful for this grace (from Allah). There are many who go to this
place for pilgrimage. Allah in his kindness has not inflicted this
punishment on us. After giving thanks to Allah, you should do your
best to ruin that place and their false gods ... whether the idols
are carved or uncarved. Let us hope that you will not act slow.
Physical weakness and severity of the cold weather, comes in my way.
Otherwise, I would have presented myself, and helped you in doing the
job. I would have liked to participate in the ceremony and mutilate
the stones...

End of forwarded article from Zulfikar Khan

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