Ghulam Ahmed Pervez

Ghulam Ahmed Pervez

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Allama Ghulam Ahmad Parwez (also transliterated Parvez, Perwaiz, Parvaiz, etc.) (1903–1985) was a prominent Islamic scholar. He urged the Muslims to ponder deeply over the Message of the Quran. He considered Islam a din (way of life), a form of government, a system of government like democracy, autocracy, or socialism. He proclaimed that according to Islam all authority rests with "the law of God" as given in the Quran, whereby food and wealth are to be distributed equally to everybody. He preached that Islam was not a typical religion of rituals and superstitious beliefs but was a challenge to the very institution of organized religion.

He was very close fellow of Maulana Abul Ala Maududi, founder of Jamat-e-Islami, because of his progressive and liberal views about Islam. When Sir Allama Iqbal and Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan started Dar-ul-Islam, a progressive Islamic research institute in Jamalpur near Pathankot in Gurdaspur district, Ghulam Ahmed Pervez was the person who nominated Maududi to head it. Later, Pervez's denial of hadith and its importance led to a rift with Maududi.Hayat-e-sadeed by K.M Azam

His writings illuminatingly describe how Islam was treacherously transformed into a religion by kings who had perverted Islam for their vested interests. "The kings sponsored the creation and fabrication of hadith," he declared. Pervez denounced the Hadith which described Ayesha, the prophet's wife, as a nine-year-old girl....
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