Which Pakistani leaders directly or indirectly support "Takfiri Philosophy"?

  • Which Pakistani leaders directly or indirectly support "Takfiri Philosophy"?

    A Takfiri (from Arabic: تكفيري‎ takfīrī) is a Muslim who accuses another Muslim of apostasy.[1] The accusation itself is called takfir, derived from the word kafir (impiety) and is described as when "...one who is, or claims to be, a Muslim is declared impure."[2]

    In principle the only group authorised to declare a Muslim a kafir is the ulema, and this only once all the prescribed legal precautions have been taken.[2] However a growing number of splinter Salafist groups, labeled by some scholars as Salafi-Takfiris,[3] have split from the orthodox method of establishing takfir through the processes of the law, and have reserved the right to declare apostasy themselves.

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    One of the major root-cause of killing of innocent going on in Pakistan is "Takfiri Philosophy". As Takfiris, once they declare a muslim or a sect of muslim they don't consider killing of them as "heinous act".

    It is based on basic problem of them "Judging Others" and Justifying Themselves".

    There is leadership which looks other way to "Takfiri Philosophy" just so that it meets their self centered personal interest.

    This self-centered personal interest is could range from as simple as getting vote to fight for their personal interest in Afghanistan, Kashmir, etc.

  • @sipahi

    Have you observe, almost 49 members of this forum vote at this survey, but none of them comments.

    This is very clear indication how strong this group in Pakistan, media, government an even on social media.

  • http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2013/03/02/news/national/taliban-welcome-jui-f-apc-declaration-for-peace-talks/

    PESHAWAR - The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan have welcomed the five-point declaration of an All Parties Conference (APC) called by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam – Fazl (JUI-F) for steps to restore peace in the restive tribal areas. Mainstream political and religious parties and civil society groups agreed at the moot on Thursday to negotiate peace with militant elements through a broadened tribal jirga earlier formed by JUI-F. “The political parties have sent a positive message by excluding the word terrorism from the joint declaration. The TTP shura gives it high regards,” Ehsanullah Ehsan, spokesmen for the banned militant outfit, told media outlets from an undisclosed location. The spokesman, however, said that Pakistani Taliban was still waiting for a “positive response” from the military on the offer of peace talks with the militants. Ehsan said that Taliban council also respected the gesture of all the political and non-political forces which have shown confidence in the members of the tribal jirga and have tasked them for holding peace talks. “We welcome and respect this decision,” he said. The Taliban spokesman said a serious sitting for peace would help assess the seriousness of the government, the army and other stakeholders in moving ahead with the peace process. He said that such a step would also help judge “the powers of the jirga for holding such talks independently.” Asked if the militants were willing to endorse a ceasefire and seize attacks on Pakistani security forces, the spokesman said: “It will only begin when we are on the table (for peace talks).”

    Some examples of parties supporting "Takfiri Philosophy".