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Is the ‘Indic Pasmanda’ movement really an antidote to Islamism?

There is nothing called Indic Pasamanda. The ones who have been unleashing violence on Hindus during Ramanavami and Hanuman Jayanti processions include the Pasamanda-s in substantial numbers. Your conflict with Ashrafs is an internal conflict for supremacy within Islam.

I’ve said it time and again that followers of Islam fight with each other for their superiority on the basis of racial, ethnic and sectarian basis but you’re nothing but a kafir for all of them. There may be some difference in tactics but the end goal is same for everyone.

Hindus shouldn’t waste any time in paying attention to Pasamanda activists because it’s a subversive movement which seeks to woo Hindus for their internal fight where Hindus have nothing to gain. Just look at the ethnic profile of any rioting mob.

Even if the Islamic religious leadership comes from Ashraf group in Bharat, Azlafs and Arzals have no trouble in following their dictate with respect to kafirs and they will continue doing it. It’s fallacious to assume that you are going to get anything here.

There are thousands of mosques in Bharat where the local maulavis are Pasamanda-s because the mosque is used by the same community primarily. Show me the evidence from their sermons delivered on Friday to establish they preach something different from Ashraf Maulavis.

If they can’t do this at local level, which kind of buffoon one needs to be in order to believe that if they become Shahi Imaam of Jama Masjid of Delhi tomorrow then they will preach a different version of Islam?

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread of Satish Verma satoverma.)

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