is an Islamic
religious organisation based in Lahore
. Founded in 1975 by religious scholar Dr. Israr Ahmed
, it advocates the establishment of an Islamic Caliphate
in Pakistan and worldwide. The Tanzeem was created after Israr Ahmed split from the Jamaat-e-Islami
in 1957, when the latter party entered electoral politics in Pakistan. Currently, Hafiz Akif Saeed
(Dr.Ahmed's second son) is the ameer
of the Tanzeem.
Among Jamaat-e-Islami's other leaders in Denmark is the former journalist Mohamed Saddique, who was for many years a correspondent for the party's paper in Karachi, Jasarat
. He has also written for the Jamaat weekly Takbeer
, which is also published in Karachi but has readership in Copenhagen.
"Together with another local Pakistani, Farooq Rathore, who edits Tanzeem-e-Islami's Danish homepage , Tariq Askari has been leading a so-called "study circle" in Nørrebro, Copenhagen. Here it was possible to borrow practically all of Jamaat-e-Islami's publications."
Objectives of Tanzeem-e-Islami
The obligations of a Muslim as ordained by the Qur'an and Sunnah, can be understood as having four levels:
- A Muslim is required to develop real faith and conviction (iman) in one’s heart
- A Muslim is required to live a life of complete submission to the will of Allah
- A Muslim is required to propagate and disseminate the message of Islam to the entire humanity
- A Muslim is required to try his utmost in establishing the Just Islamic......