Wednesday, April 3, 2013

This is the Barakah of mission Takmeel e Pakistan, we have won the war of the hearts and minds, Allahu Akbar !!

When we told you to be patient and just spread the message of Takmeel e Pakistan and Khilafat e Rashida, many impulsive youth became impatient and demanded that we should do something "practical" :)) What can be more practical than speaking the truth against the Kufr of democracy, filth of Anglo-saxon laws and evils of banking system. Alhamdolillah, our movement is giving fruits now.

The youth of Pakistan now demand Sharia and NOT democracy. This is an incredible turnaround in a society where media was totally controlled by the liberal secular.

So how did this amazing fact became possible ???? How come youth have rejected democracy and now demand Islamic code of life ?? This is the Barakah of mission Takmeel e Pakistan which has been igniting the passion of Ishq e Rasul (sm), Baba Iqbal, Quaid and Takmeel e Pakistan. Each one of you have participated in this duty to make your fellow youth aware of this amazing destiny.

MashAllah mubrak to you all. InshAllah, now Allah will create ways and means for us to also establish what we want. Nizam e Khilafat e Rashida InshAllah !! We have won the war of the hearts and minds, Allahu Akbar !!


Pakistani youth 'cool on democracy'

Madrasa in Pakistan More than half of those surveyed said democracy had not been good for them or the country

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More Pakistani youth would prefer Islamic law or military rule than democracy, a survey suggests.
More than half of 5,000 18-29 year-old Pakistanis polled said democracy had not been good for them or the country.
Some 94% said Pakistan was going in the wrong direction, up from 50% in 2007, the British Council survey found.
Almost a third of registered voters in Pakistan are under 30 years old, and are expected to play a big part in a general election due in May.When asked to pick the best political system, both Sharia and military rule were favoured over democracy.

The survey points towards a pessimistic generation, disenchanted with democracy after five years of civilian rule, says the BBC's Orla Guerin in Islamabad.Most of those surveyed had more faith in the army than any other institution.Approval ratings for the military were about 70% compared with just 13% for the government.

A quarter of respondents said they had been directly affected by violence, or had witnessed a serious violent event.That figure rose to more than 60% in the tribal areas bordering Afghanistan.
The greatest concern for most was rising prices, not terrorism: Almost 70% said they were worse off now than five years ago.While many young people are registered to vote, less than half of those surveyed said they were certain they would do so.


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