JAMAT - DEBATE.
GREAT DEBATE : IS JAMAT DEMOCRATIC?
A debate between S A Hannan and Fatemolla
Published on September 30, 2007
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In recent years it has been increasingly important to assess if Jamat-E Islami Bangladesh (and likes in other countries) is democratic or not.
This debate sheds light on this from informed opposing views.
Meet the Authors: Shah Abdul Hannan, and Hasan Mahmud (fatemolla)
S A Hannan's Argument Jamat is a democratic force
fatemolla's objections Objections to Sir Hannan's Case for calling Jamat a democratic force
S A Hannan's Reply On Sayyid Mawdudi to form a proper view about his stand on democracy.
fatemolla's rebuttal Sayyid Mawdudi's word is proven to be world's strongest anti-democratic force.
S A Hannan's final Argument When I was in Lahore and I found Maududi a very nice person and scholar.
fatemolla's closing statement I�m not here to malign him personally. But his stand makes him and Jamat indigenously anti-democratic.