Tariq Bin Zayad

Dawood Nabi

(Extracted from The Hundrend Great Muslims).
By: Dawood Nabi.
After landing on the coastal strip
overlooking the rock which was later
named as ‘Jabal-ul-Tariq’ (Gibraltar), its
conqueror Tariq Bin Zayid, ordered the
burning of the ships that had brought
his Muslim troops from Africa in 711
A.D.
Why are you doing this. Sir?’ cried
the astonished soldiers.
How will we return? Enquired
some.
Tariq remained unmoved by these
appeals.
In reply, he uttered those historic
words, which will always inspire
people to embark on brave deeds. He
said: ‘We have not come her to return.
Either we shall conquer and establish
ourselves here or we will perish.’
Emboldened by these words. Tariq
and his soldiers routed one of the
most formidable armies of the West
and carried the banner of Islam even
beyond the high walls of the Pyrenees.
Soon after the death of the Holy
Prophet of Islam (sws)…

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HE IS OUR LEADER

Dawood Nabi
I believe in action not in reaction. But
the reaction to Syed Ali Geelani’s recent
interview to Rising Kashmir is
prompting me up to write few lines.
This is a letter that is prompted by
recent “response drama” to one of the
bravest and the most prominent
Hurriyat leaders who did everything
what was in his ambit for the
aspiration of the Kashmiris.
Criticism is good but only when it is
constructive. Geelani Sahab remains
Kashmir’s most beloved and heroic
figure despite vindictive criticism.
He is an ideology and idea which
cannot be taken out. Every day I used to
read and hear about Geelani Sahab, his
story unfailingly sent shivers down my
spine, how has he suffered, his days in
Jhodpur jail, how he is defying the
oppressor and its contractor’s, and how
he is mobilising youth. Yet, why is it
that some pseudo-intellects do not talk
about this part of his life. Or are they
deliberately keeping it out of pubic
glare?
Unfortunately, he doesn’t have enemies
only from India but from within
Kashmir as well. They hate his guts,
will, steadfastness and valour. Fellow
leaders from the Hurriyat camp are
also in the line of enemy. The root
cause of this hatred and jealousy is that
youth are following him, people love
him and people are ready to die to
listen to him. It is up to people to make
and accept any person as their leader.
His fight against India has inspired
many. Others also have their
contribution towards the cause, but
without any doubt or bias Geelani’s
share is bigger.
On social media especially on Facebook,
opponents of Geelani Sahab claim and
beat drums that Geelani contested
elections, but everyone knows what
was the basic purpose was for jumping
into the electoral fray. Everyone should
know that he contested elections for the
sake of Kashmir. Not only Geelani, but
many others also contested elections
who now are in Hurriyat camp, why
doesn’t anyone criticize them. Mirwaiz
Molvi Farooq Sahab had seat
arrangement with Janta Party and later
he also signed an accord with Farooq
Abdullah, why doesn’t anyone criticize
him? Professor Abdul Ghani Bhat
contested elections, JKLF chief Yasin
Malik was polling agent in 1987
elections, what does it mean? What they
did at that time was the demand of the
geo-political situation and was the
collective decision of people.
Very few acknowledge the fact, that
current criticism about Geelani’s
ideology and work is aimed to stop his
fame, and to pull brakes on his
outreach. Hasn’t he in past called gun
an option? Was then any hue-cry? Why
now?
Geelani is a man with dynamism, he
doesn’t just rest on empty rhetoric, he
moves out boldly. It was Geelani Sahab
who mobilised people and gave them
honour and inspiration to live and
fight. From 2000 to 2008 it was Geelani
who remained alert, when everyone
was fast asleep.
In his recent interview to Rising
Kashmir he criticised people for their
double standards. His criticism to
people is based on facts. The
enthusiasm, valour, courage and
sacrifices by Geelani Sahab narrated to
me by people is to be saluted and worth
to be followed. He believes in unity, but
we have many people in Hurriyat camp
who doesn’t see India as an oppressor,
how can Geelani unite with them?
I as a resident of JK, thank Geelani
Sahab for planting the seeds of
resistance in the hearts of people
especially youth. In near future, we will
see the results of his investment.
Qalandri Meri Kam Kuch Sikandari Sai
Nahi

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Dr Ayoub Thakur

Thakur challenged the Kashmir’s accession to India. He strongely opposed the Indra-Abdullah accord in 1975.

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SOME QUOTES AND ADVICE’S OF ‘SHAHEED AFZAL GURU’

Some Famous quotes and advice’s of Shaheed Afzal Guru, Extracted from his letter’s, Interview’s etc.

1: Even praying for Jihad is Jihad.

2: Jihad is the only solution to liberate Kashmir from the shackles of India.

3:Means define the end and the end doesn’t define the means.

4: Our immediate and pressing problem is indian militarisation, our lives, property and diginity are not safe till their presence here.

5: it’s incumbent upon all resort to Jihad as per the Quranic guildlines.

6: If the Kashmiri youth will follow Afaq Shah, Ghazi baba and match their status, indian soliders will leave Kashmir in One year.

7: Shake the invincible image of india.

8: we should liberate ourselves from wrong policies.

9: New Kashmiri generation will not fall for Ghandism or Karzaism.

10: Youth should reject ”Coward separatist leadership” gaurded by the indian security shield.

11: Valley is boiling in blood.

12: No sheikh Abdullah can sell Kashmir now.

13: It is the duty of intellectuals to take Kashmiris out of the Marsh of indian occupation.

14: For Muslim’s, there are only two options, either Jihad or migration. Migration isn’t possible because there is not Madina here, so only Option is Jihad.

15: Deen-i-Islam should be fountainhead of our struggle. Animals also fight for rice, grass and other needs.

16: Those leaders who are feeling tired should leave the movement for their own good and larger public intrest.

17: There is a high need of introspection among Kashmiris and pro-freedom leadership.

18: Kashmiri’s should learn to Value the sacrifices of Martyrs.

19: India the world’s largest Democracy is also the world’s largest ccupation.

Dawood Nabi.

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SOME QUOTES AND ADVICE’S OF ‘SHAHEED AFZAL GURU’

Some Famous quotes and advice’s of Shaheed Afzal Guru, Extracted from his letter’s, Interview’s etc.

1: Even praying for Jihad is Jihad.

2: Jihad is the only solution to liberate Kashmir from the shackles of India.

3:Means define the end and the end doesn’t define the means.

4: Our immediate and pressing problem is indian militarisation, our lives, property and diginity are not safe till their presence here.

5: it’s incumbent upon all resort to Jihad as per the Quranic guildlines.

6: If the Kashmiri youth will follow Afaq Shah, Ghazi baba and match their status, indian soliders will leave Kashmir in One year.

7: Shake the invincible image of india.

8: we should liberate ourselves from wrong policies.

9: New Kashmiri generation will not fall for Ghandism or Karzaism.

10: Youth should reject ”Coward separatist leadership” gaurded by the indian security shield.

11: Valley is boiling in blood.

12: No sheikh Abdullah can sell Kashmir now.

13: It is the duty of intellectuals to take Kashmiris out of the Marsh of indian occupation.

14: For Muslim’s, there are only two options, either Jihad or migration. Migration isn’t possible because there is not Madina here, so only Option is Jihad.

15: Deen-i-Islam should be fountainhead of our struggle. Animals also fight for rice, grass and other needs.

16: Those leaders who are feeling tired should leave the movement for their own good and larger public intrest.

17: There is a high need of introspection among Kashmiris and pro-freedom leadership.

18: Kashmiri’s should learn to Value the sacrifices of Martyrs.

19: India the world’s largest Democracy is also the world’s largest ccupation.

Dawood Nabi.

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A letter to Agha Shahid

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The painful roars
Of enslaved city
rocking my cradle of youth
And your grave Shahid,
deny the entry to the
garden of proof.

Ransacked touring hordes
Of lies untold
she speaks frequently of
to embarass me
And my being.
To you jehlum flows.

Altered vision of envisionedblueness
And useful red sky
of country waiting
for a post office.
Its pages fill my longing for you….
The fear of being caught writing to you

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~ “What is Snow for you?” ~

My Silent Muse

Standing close to the window pane,
She cleared openings over vapory glass.
Watching hordes of white bird feathers,

Scattering over earth in invading snow.
Looking towards a heavy bosomed sky in silent sighs,
She muttered in breaking lips
“What does this snow mean to you?”
He had sunk into a distant corner of the room,
Far from the vapor window, retreating to his own warmth.
“Snow” he replied “is the scurry of people.
Snow is the recluse of home,
the enforcement of peace over disputed boundaries”
She closed her heavy eyelids that were lined in sharp black.

“What is snow for you” he asked looking away from her form,
That had drawn a long veil shaped shadow,
Over a tall window glass.
She raised both her palms and pressed them over a cold window,
Like seeking an open prayer on days,
when even God seemed to have forgotten ‘His forsaken’.

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