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al-arab
01-04-2012, 03:45 PM
Secularism and How to Deal with it

By: Dr. Ahmad Shafaat
(1985)
Secularism is an ideology which either denies that there is a God, prophethood and revelation or declares that the role of these is limited to the personal and inner life of man and that in the political or social sphere of human life, God, prophethood or revelation cannot by their very nature play any fundamental role. Even a cursory glance through the Qur`an and Hadith is enough to show everyone that this ideology conflicts with the very mind and heart of Islam. Yet in all parts of the Muslim world many "Muslims" are consciously or unconsciously accepting this un-Islamic ideology. There even exist political movements that have either established or are trying to establish secularist systems of government in various Muslim countries: Kemalists in Turkey, Baathists in the Arab world, Mujahideen-e-Khalq in Iran, some groups affiliated with the People`s Party in Pakistan.

Some "Muslim" secularists openly profess an atheistic outlook. They regard the Prophet Muhammad (may my life be a ransom for him) as no more than a wise man who, like so many other sages of history, made a valuable contribution to human civilization but whose time has passed away and who has no longer any relevance today, at least not as what Muslims believe him to be: the last and the greatest Messenger of God to all mankind for all times to come.

Some other secularists among Muslims are less direct, especially those who have yet to gain political power in their countries. They know that they cannot achieve their political goals with a head-on collision with the Islamic ideology. They, therefore, keep their un-Islamic views to themselves and preach their ideology in terms that seemingly do not conflict with Islam. They are munafiqin (hypocrites) in the true sense of the word.

Secularists tend to be in close links with minority groups hostile to Islam: Qadiyanis in Pakistan, Bahais in Iran, Alawites in the Arab world and Christian minorities everywhere. Along with these minorities, they provide the linkages through which foreign powers hostile to Muslims manipulate and exploit the Islamic world.

DEALING WITH SECULARISM

It is evident that secularism represents a definite threat to Islam and Muslims and the believers need to deal with it. In this connection the following points should be kept in mind:

1) Muslims have to abandon their passive acceptance of secularism. At present even those Muslims who are involved in some kind of Islamic work tend to be complacent when it comes to secularism. In fact, they are invariably harder on each other than on secularists. This attitude is, of course, contrary to what the Holy Qur`an teaches. The believers can disagree and hotly argue with each other, as the suhabah (companions of the Prophet) used to do, but they, if true believers, are always more cooperative and kind to each other than to the kafirs (those who reject God). The Book of God says:
<B>"Muhammad is the Messenger of God and those with him are strict with the kafirin and kind among themselves. You see them bow down and prostrate (in prayer), seeking God`s grace and His good pleasure..." (48:29)
</B>2) In order to combat secularism, we also need to create efficient and functioning institutions to take care of our needs and to establish just and democratic societies. For as long as the Ummah of believers is in disarray and our societies are under unjust and dictatorial systems, groups promoting kufr in one form or another will continue to flourish among us.

3) Secularism should be combated by the enlightened Qur`anic way, by arguments and by appeal to the signs of God that are shown to man in history, in the world without and within his own soul. The use of force should be avoided except possibly in countries where the secularists are fighting Islam with force, as, for example, in Turkey. When it comes to fighting ideas, the use of force rarely proves useful. Besides, freedom of expression is a right that should be given to everybody, including the secularists.

But freedom of expression does not mean that the secularists should be allowed to preach disbelief in mosques and in Muslim prayer gatherings. This freedom means that if some people are bent upon preaching kufr, they should be allowed to create a separate association of their own and for doing so their properties and lives must not be harmed.

Freedom of expression also does not mean that believers must silently listen to whatever kufr anyone wishes to preach. If secularists should have the freedom of expression, then so must also the believers. Therefore, whenever the secularists raise their voices of disbelief and darkness, at the very same time some believers must rise among Muslims to raise their voices of faith and light.

http://www.islamicperspectives.com/Secularism.htm (http://www.islamicperspectives.com/Secularism.htm)

Saudi Islamic Scholar: The Day Is Coming When Islam Will Rule the World Again - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lV8AnOSBrcU)

emkhan
01-04-2012, 03:47 PM
Dear, Secularism has become a religion. The best way to beat it is to educate the masses from their primary level of education no matter whatever education system they have.

retro
01-04-2012, 05:51 PM
Secularists tend to be in close links with minority groups hostile to Islam: Qadiyanis in Pakistan, Bahais in Iran, Alawites in the Arab world and Christian minorities everywhere. Along with these minorities, they provide the linkages through which foreign powers hostile to Muslims manipulate and exploit the Islamic world.Given their mistreatment, why would minority groups, not be hostile to Sunni Islamism? The premise that secularism is responsible for nations shortcomings and that an Iranian style Islamist theocratic government is somehow the way forward is laughable.

al-arab
01-04-2012, 09:21 PM
Mistreatment? Alawis have ruled Syria for 40 years as dictators while only cosisting of 5-10 percent of the total population.

Arab Christians have lived peacefully with Muslim Arabs for generations in the Middle East. There are several churches in Arab countries. Compared to mosques in Europe there are way more churches in the Muslim world.

The Qadiyanis are a sect founded in 1936. No wonder that people do not favour them nor should they as Muslims. Heresy is strongly condemned. Bahais is also an new sect.

Sects are also looked down upon in the Western world and are not allowed to get funds from the state, like state churches such as those in England (The Anglican Church) or the Scandinavian state Churches etc.

Yeah, the Christians really have a hard time in the Arab world. That's why the President of Libanon always must be an Christian and also why the Commandor of Chief must be an Christian. Also, there have never been any Christians politicans in Syria, Iraq nor in any other Arab country. Also in Egypt where there are milions of Copts who have lived relatively peaceful with Muslims for centuries.

Yes, how terrible compared to the favourable conditions many Muslims have in the West, how they are allowed to send their children to Muslim schools and build mosques and how little racism they suffer from...(Irony can be used in the last 5 sentences...).

You confirm my suspicion of clueless Americans/Westerness who like to comment on everything although they have a very limited knowledge. Much like you did in the Iraq thread.

Levanaye Zalmaye
01-05-2012, 02:06 AM
To be honest, I wanted to stop reading your article after the first line:

"Secularism is an ideology which either denies that there is a God, prophethood and revelation".

Firstly, secularism is not an ideology, it is a principle.

Secondly, secularism neither denies nor affirms the existence of God. In fact, theological considerations are irrelevant to the government in any secular system.

Thirdly, the problems facing the Muslim world today range from illiteracy and poverty to a lack of infrastructure and a general indifference amongst the populace. The link between the ills of the Muslim world and their respective political systems is imaginary. For example, the theocratic Saudis severely discourage intellectualism with the same zeal and vigor that the secular Egyptians employ for the same 'gain' in their own country. Many Muslims today are led to believe that if Shari'ah is enforces or if a Caliphate is established, most of their problems will automatically vanish. So instead of channeling their energies into doing something productive, they focus, due to their mistaken belief, on the idea that Shari'ah must be enforced or else their societal, economic of political ills will go away.

My point is that societies should be free to choose however they are governed because ultimately, they are the people who are sovereign. If a people choose to be governed by their definition of Shari'ah law, they are entitled to that much in the same way that they are entitled to do the opposite of that. If anything, recent history shows that whoever wishes to rule in the name of religion very quickly turns into a savage tyrant - the Saudi Arabia, Iran, the Taliban and the Somalians for example. Muslims generally do want Islam in their lives but the failure of the Ulema to update Shari'ah law, which was codified from the 10th and 13th centuries,

Jamaludin Afghani, Mohammad Iqbal and many others in the 20th century envisioned reformed Islamic constitutional states (nor necessarily democracies) but their counterparts in the Arab world wanted a direct u-turn back to the 7th century. This is exactly where the debate stands today. A glance at the article posted above proves that.

al-arab
01-05-2012, 12:57 PM
Secularism is an ideology much like liberalism and communism and atheism is. There is absolutely no reason to claim otherwise.

Secularism oppose religion. Just look at France who maybe is the best definition of secularism.

Ideologies such as communism, liberalism and secularism has failed and now people, Alhamdulillah are turning towards Islam, the right patch, while corrupt dictatorships are falling, the bank sector is getting destoryed, communism is failing in China and Vietnam and everywhere else and liberalism failing as well.

There is nothing your atheist and communism can do about it.

arsalanafridi
01-30-2012, 02:46 AM
@Al Arab :It may be your personal opinion and you can't force anyone to follow this,being secular or religious is ones own personal choice.
Being human and true is the biggest thing to be religious.
We are interested in living our life peacefully according to the current trends that of 21st century,
We are not interested in terrorism in the name of religion, we don't want to get bombed and killed daily.
I totally hate killing of people in the name of shia , sunni,christian, jews etc etc.
there is no harm in being a secular because this world belongs to All , not only for just Muslims, or sunni or shia or wahabi.
People have tried in past but no one will be able to eliminate all kafirs(non muslims) from world or end USA or europe.
you people if you want to fight kafirs go and do it yourself and invlove you family don't force others to do it, because people like you and your family are always safe and those fooled by your fanatic emotional teachings always suffer, and thus bringing the lives of innocent people in danger of both Terrorists and USA etc.
We are proud of our Pashtun culture which is more than 2500 years old and our asaas Pashtunwali.So we need not to follow others like Arab Culture, western culture etc etc.
We don't need certificate from others of being a true muslim or pashtun.

De kuday pa aman

Arsalan

Talal
01-30-2012, 02:53 AM
I dont understand the need to deal with something if its not infringing upon my rights or rights of people as a whole..if we set out to deal with everything that goes against our values, we not only risk becoming like those who think its their right to police the world but we also validate their reason for doing so

al-arab
02-20-2012, 10:32 AM
Allaah, the Most Exalted, sent down The Book (the Noble Quran) to clarify all things and to give Guidance and Mercy to people who believe.
He sent His Messenger, Muhammad http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/images/icon--1.gif with guidance and the true religion with which He opened blinded eyes, deaf ears, and sealed hearts. With it, He eliminated the darkness of ignorance and stupidity and released the chains of polytheism such that misguidance became a legend of the past and worshipping idols became an old myth.

A Muslim wonders at the stupidity of the polytheists. Allaah Says (what means): "He whom Allaah guides is rightly guided but he whom He leads astray never will you find for him a protective guide." [Quran 18: 17]

We must always remember though, that trials are continuous and the substance of evil remains till today. Devils among humankind and Jinns continue to spread misguidance, and to make it seem attractive and spread it by means of all tongues. Allaah Says (what means): "And thus we have made for every Prophet an enemy, devils from mankind and Jinn, inspiring to one another decorated speech and delusion." [Quran 6:112]
It is mandatory upon us to know the ways of misguidance, warn people of it, expose it, expose its objectives and block the way for those who call to it. By doing this, Muslims can be aware of what their Lord wants of them and have proper insight so as not to be harmed by the plotting and planning of the misguided ones.

Today, in the Muslim world, many different philosophies and ideologies are propagated…ones that deceive numerous people with its superficial sparkle and glory. Many slogans and terms have captured the minds of people and control their way of thinking.

These false beliefs are like a disease and are of the fire. If it has been decreed for these false beliefs to be disseminated, they will not overcome anyone but will turn him into disintegrated ruins.

One of these ideologies is secularism, which has infiltrated into the Muslim communities. Perhaps one of the most serious challenges that face the people of Ahlus-Sunnah Wal-Jamaa’ah (the true Islamic methodology) at this time is to overthrow these false beliefs, clarify their vague statements and expose the reality of the obscure slogans behind which secularism hides and spreads its poison in the minds and hearts of the people of this nation.

For this reason, it is necessary to unmask the true face of this ideology which is misguided and misguiding at the same time.

Secularism, in its correct definition, is the belief that religion should not enter into the affairs of the state; it denies any form of religious faith and worship. Thus, secularism is the antithesis of Islamic monotheism, which, from the perspective of Islam, is the greatest reality and truth.

Ibn Taimiyyah http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/images/icon--6.gif said in his book 'Al-Uboodiyyah' (Servitude): "Mankind is at the crossroad that has two roads, no third to it. It is either that he chooses servitude to Allaah or he rejects the servitude to Him. To fully believe in the servitude to Allaah, excluding all others, knowing that servitude to anyone else but Allaah, great or small, is the worshiping of Satan."

Allaah Says (what means): "Did I not enjoin upon you O Children of Aadam that you not worship Satan for indeed he is to you a clear enemy and that you worship only me. This is the straight path." [Quran 36:60-61] This includes the Arabs about whom Allaah Said (what means): "They call upon- instead of Him- none but female deities and they actually call upon none but rebellious Satan." [Quran 4:117] This also includes all acts of worship performed to anyone else but Allaah throughout history.

Some of the acts of worship have changed. The Arabs no longer worship the idols of the past. However, worship of Satan in itself did not change. The old idols are replaced with new idols: like the partisanship, nationalism, secularism, personal freedom, sex and others.

There are many new idols today. It is indeed the worship of Satan and Taghoot (anything adorned besides Allaah, be it material idol or ideology), which negate the testimony that there is no one worthy of worship but Allaah. For the meaning of "La ilaaha illa Allaah" (the first part of the testimony of faith) is to disbelieve in Taghoot and to believe in Allaah Alone.

Based on this, we can know the ruling of Islam concerning secularism. Secularism is disbelief and is of the pre-Islamic Taghoot concept which negates and contradicts "La ilaaha illa Allaah".

Two points which are basic and paired are that firstly, it is ruling with something other than the rulings of Allaah or what Allaah has revealed, and secondly, it is associating others in the worship of Allaah.

Secularism simply means ruling with laws other than the laws of Allaah; something other than what Allaah has revealed. It is ruling with a constitution or legislation other than what Allaah has legislated. The acceptance to be governed by and follow Taghoot instead of Allaah is the essence of establishing life with no faith and religion.
Allaah Says (what means): "And he who does not rule with what Allaah revealed, indeed, those are the disbelievers." [Quran 5: 44]

Disbelief is of different kinds, of which we must be aware. One aspect of Jaahiliyyah- pre-Islamic paganism- was the rejection of Allaah. The rejection of His existence is related to faith and the way life is perceived, which corresponds to the Jaahiliyyah of Communists.

Another aspect is acknowledging the existence of Allaah but in a perverted way, and deviation in acts of worship. This kind of Jaahiliyyah is synonymous with the Jaahiliyyah of the Jews and Christians.

Another aspect is accepting the existence of Allaah and performing acts of worship but with a serious deviation in the understanding, implication and the implementation of "La ilaaha illa Allaah, Muhammad-ur Rasool-Allaah", which results in a comprehensive association in the issue of obedience and partnership with Allaah. This Jaahiliyyah is of those who call themselves Muslims but are secularists. They think that they are within the fold of Islam and have all the rights of Muslims by merely uttering the Shahaadah (saying: "La ilaaha illa Allaah, Muhammad-ur Rasool-Allaah". They perform these acts of worship in an un-Islamic fashion.

Believers in secularism deal with the aspects of faith and worship according to what Allaah Wants, but- at the same time- they legislate rules other than the rules set by Allaah Almighty. In fact, this is the reality and the basis of Shirk (associating partners with Allaah), because the people of Jaahiliyyah (the pre-Islamic paganism) did not object to the existence of Allaah. Allaah Says (what means): "And if you would ask them: 'who created the heavens and the Earth', they would say: 'Allaah.'" [Quran 31:25]
They also used to have some acts of worship, as Allaah Says (what means): "And they assign to Allaah from that which He created of crops and livestock as a share." [Quran 6:136]

Yet, with all of that, what was Allaah's ruling regarding such a community? Allaah ruled that they were disbelievers, and considered these acts collectively to weigh nothing on the scale of Islam.

That is why long battles took place between them and the Messenger of Allaah http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/images/icon--1.gif and the fight became intensely aggressive until they could not settle it but with physical fights, with the sword as the judge.
The subject and the cause behind all of these long aggressive battles was nothing but that one statement, "La ilaaha illa Allaah". A statement that the Prophet http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/images/icon--1.gif insisted on and propagated to the furthest extent and people of Jaahiliyyah refused to the furthest extent.
From the first instant when the Prophet http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/images/icon--1.gif called them to "La ilaaha illa Allaah", the immediate answer was as Allaah Says in the Quran (what means): "Has he made the gods only one God, indeed this is a strange thing." [Quran 38:5]

The issue was very clear in their minds, that committing to this statement meant rejecting firmly and giving up completely everything else besides Allaah. Everything that they were worshiping such as: idols, the Taghoot of leadership, the tribe, magicians and traditions, all had to be dropped and they had to completely submit to Allaah instead. This meant taking all matters, whether minor or significant, big and small in judgment to Allaah Alone, with no partners.

Likewise, nowadays we have among us those who say that they are Muslims but they refuse to accept a relationship between religion and dealings in the worldly life, particularly when it comes to dealing with money and materialistic issues.

Among us these days are people who are highly educated with PhD’s from different universities of the world and the first questions they impudently ask are: "What does Islam have to do with our social behavior? What does Islam have to do with men and women intermingling on beaches and places of entertainment? What does Islam have to do with the way women dress on the streets? What does Islam have to do with women driving cars and mixing with men and her personal freedom in traveling alone and dealing and running her own affairs?" This, indeed, is a call towards atheism, because it rejects what Allaah has revealed in His Book regarding superiority of men over women. Some question, "What does Islam have to do with releasing the sexual aura through any means, be it adultery, fornication, or anything else? What does Islam have to do with the ‘civilized’ people and what they do"?

So what is the difference between these people and the disbelievers among the people of Shu'ayb http://www.islamweb.net/ver2/archive/images/icon--2.gif who said to him (what means): "Does your religion command you that we should leave what our fathers worshiped?" [Quran 11:87] These people question and strongly reject religion interfering with economics. They reject any connection between financial dealings and religious faith and morals, saying: "What does religion have to do with dealing with usury? What does religion have to do with sly cheating and stealing as long as no one catches you? What does religion have to do with politics and the ruling of countries?"

They shamelessly say that if religious morals were to interfere with the economy they will corrupt and ruin it. Therefore, they are not any better than the people of Prophet
Shu'ayb were.

In today’s world, we have a state of ignorance that is worse than that of the pre-Islamic period, but it claims knowledge and civilization. Its advocates accuse those who connect between religion and human social behavior, politics and the economy of being backward and rigid, labeling them as fundamentalists and extremists.
Is this not the reality of the campaign of those who claim to be Muslim from the secularists who have corrupted the people and the land, saying: “Religion and belief is for Allaah, but governing the land is for the people”, i.e. separating state from religion?

It is the habit of hypocrites and secularists who claim to be Muslims, to not openly reject and show their enmity to Islam. They use the weapon of the illusion of being Muslim until the time of battle, when they take the Muslims by surprise.
For that, these hypocrites from among the secularists and, those who are like them, launch a campaign to deceive the largest possible number of Muslims and to diminish the small number of people that might expose, interfere and intercept what they are doing.

Those who campaign in the interest of secularism, while practically trying to extract Islam from its roots, slowly try to gain the means of the media to get to masses.
Secularism was born and emerged out of Jaahiliyyah and it is clear disbelief. This fact is not hidden and there is no doubt about it. Those who call for secularism create doubt and confusion deliberately. They know that there is no place for this Jaahiliyyah in the lands and countries of Muslims, unless they are deceptive and confuse the masses of Muslims through their false campaigns that conceal the reality from them. They hide from the common people the matter of their religion. They instigate the common people and the masses of Muslims against the sincere and the righteous who call for Islam, those who warn them of the danger to their religion and their families and expose the reality of secularism.

The fight that has been initiated against the Muslims of Ahlus-Sunnah Wal-Jamaa’ah by these misguided sects who claim to be a part of Islam, must not be taken lightly.
The most dangerous of these have always been the attack of sects with concealed faith, like some deviant sects who have been supported by international monetary forces of the disbelievers to destroy the people of Ahlus-Sunnah Wal-Jamaa’ah. Since the people of Ahlus-Sunnah Wal-Jamaa’ah are the real and practical danger to these international forces, their forts are internally endangered by the secular powers that collated against them from the inside and that fight them both covertly and overtly. This represents the core of the battle between Islam and disbelief in this modern time.

The most dangerous phase of this struggle is uncovering the reality of this evil secular ideology and exposing it to Muslims, so that the way of the criminals who try to deceive them and confuse them with regards to their religion becomes clear to each of them.

Isn't it time for the people of Ahlus-Sunnah Wal-Jamaa’ah to be careful and cautious of these dangers that surround them from inside and outside, and endanger them in this life and the hereafter?

Isn't it time for many of them to give up their old battles and settle petty differences and concentrate their force, power and efforts to confront these challenges?

http://www.islamweb.net/emainpage/index.php?page=articles&id=138116 (http://www.islamweb.net/emainpage/index.php?page=articles&id=138116)

http://www.islamweb.net/emainpage/index.php?page=articles&id=138118 (http://www.islamweb.net/emainpage/index.php?page=articles&id=138118)

I urge Muslims who support secularism to read this.

abassinafghan
03-04-2012, 06:59 AM
al- arab i have a question to you , let us assume if somebody in a state , in a central position makes decisions , and let us say , those decisions are in opposite to the nations and peoples interessts .


but this persons CLAIMS that his rule is given to him by allah and that he is only implementing rassualllahs law . but in fact his decision has got nothing to do with deen or mazab , or any other religious context but his own interessts .
but he is he is legitimising his own decisions by claiming they are necessary to implent shariat or any other religious law .

so at the end not the persons acts counts , or his decisions but his position which he claims to have by allah and his claim that he must be right under all conditions because he is only implementing the law.

how do you call such a person ???

al-arab
03-05-2012, 12:28 PM
al- arab i have a question to you , let us assume if somebody in a state , in a central position makes decisions , and let us say , those decisions are in opposite to the nations and peoples interessts .


but this persons CLAIMS that his rule is given to him by allah and that he is only implementing rassualllahs law . but in fact his decision has got nothing to do with deen or mazab , or any other religious context but his own interessts .
but he is he is legitimising his own decisions by claiming they are necessary to implent shariat or any other religious law .

so at the end not the persons acts counts , or his decisions but his position which he claims to have by allah and his claim that he must be right under all conditions because he is only implementing the law.

how do you call such a person ???

Can you please explain yourself once again? I find your question strange.

Are you indirectly talking about Saudi Arabia/Iran etc.? We all know that they are hypocrits and not worthy of saying that they implement the law of Almighty Allah (swt). The scenario you explain would not take place if the šarīʿah is implemented rightfully.

Look at our banking system in the Ummah. We are so far away from the šarīʿah that I am saddened by it. Even many of the scholars do not speak about it (especially in Saudi Arabia) because of the Al-Saud apostates cooperation with the americans (Dollar).

Kissinger fooled Faisal and Saddam and Ghaddafi tried to liberate themselves from the Dollar and see how they ended. More of our scholars should tell us the true not hide it for political reasons. Nothing should be more dear for a fellow Muslim than to serve Almighty Allah (swt).

If you mean something else by your post then please write again.

Amir al Ghaznavi
03-09-2012, 01:34 PM
It is because of a secular govt which encourages free thinking that humans are challenged to become the best they are. religious societies constrict free thought and enterprise

Al Hanif
03-09-2012, 02:47 PM
It is because of a secular govt which encourages free thinking that humans are challenged to become the best they are. religious societies constrict free thought and enterprise

Iran has the fastest growing scientific production in the whole world.

The only two theocracies in the middle east : Israel and Iran are the two only countries with both a space program and a nuclear program. (Saudi is not a Theocracy, it's a Monarchy)

arsalanafridi
03-29-2012, 04:28 AM
@al-arab ,you can just suggest you views but why you are unnecessary pressing everyone in issues like religion and secularism ,no one has given you right to force anyone to do as per your views .
You always write and claim yourself as member of Al-Hussaini tribe. (Banū Hāshim clan) ,what you want to show ur from it ,people look at present also not everytime past .
your tribe is the same tribe which has now became so weak and failure that it was first kicked out from Mecca and Madina by Ibne-Saud family (present rulers of saudi arabia) ,
then later after first world war your tribe were kicked out of Syria by the french ,
then your tribe was kicked out in iraq when Faisal 2 was killed in 1958,
finally your tribe is only left with tiny state of Jordan ,which it may loose in case of Arab Srping revolution in future.
You call yourself sunni muslim, what about our shia brothers?if we continue to fight with each other in the name of shia, sunni, deobandi,wahabi etc, hence we are proving that biggest killers of muslims are we muslim ourselves, then afterwards come western powers like usa and uk.
Please refine your thoughts and move accroding to present
We want ourselves to grow and live happily and peacfully
We are proud of our Pashtun culture which is more than 2500 years old and our asaas Pashtunwali.So we need not to follow others like Arab Culture, western culture etc etc.
We don't need certificate from others of being a true muslim or pashtun.

De kuday pa aman

Arsalan :happy: