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On 17th Ramazan, an Islamic battle of defensive nature known as Ghazwa-tul-Badr or Jang-e-Badr was fought by Prophet Mohammad pbuh against the Meccan oppressive pagans who wronged and harshly tortured him along with his followers, denied them the basic freedom of religion and inflicted great injuries upon all those who stood by them.

The significance of the 17th day of Ramazan was not commonly known to Indian Muslims. It is only after the wave of Islamic messages spread across the social media that they began to talk about the victory that Muslims achieved in the battle of Badr [on 17th Ramzan].

Shakeel Shamsi, senior journalist and editor of noted Urdu newspaper, Roznama Inquilab has the temerity to point it out. Regrettably, even some gullible editors of Delhi's Urdu dailies like Roznama Sahafat published sycophantic articles on Ghazwa-e-Badr.

Apparently, they tend to overlook the extremist rhetoric that the jihadists make out of this first Islamic battle which occurred on 17th Ramadan. Previously, it occurred during the Kashmir unrest in the 90s as well as in the early s. In those days, there used to be more brutal attacks on the 17th Ramazan as compared to the recent massacres in south Kashmir.

There were a number of incidents during the nineties on a given day. Another senior journalist who has covered the armed uprising and unrest in Kashmir through the 90s and into the s is also of the same view. He opines that the attacks carried out in different parts of South Kashmir on June 13 were not haphazard or coincidental. Now it should not be difficult to fathom as to why the jihadists in Kashmir chose to wreak havoc particularly on 13th June—the 17th Ramazan, the eve of Ghazwatul Badr.

They launched a nefarious series of six multiple attacks on the same day in different parts of south Kashmir. Apart from the innocent people suffering the torment of these terror attacks, many government troops were shot dead and many of them were critically injured in this wave of six terror attacks launched by the jihadists in different parts of south Kashmir.

This is how they have marked the anniversary of Ghazwatul Badr with their obnoxious actions and extremist designs. They warned the residents of their occupied lands to shun the celebration of Eid. But at the same time, the inspiration to mark the 17th day of Ramazan with mindless atrocities also emanates from the ISIS ideology.

After eight years, Muslims achieved the victory in Mecca during Ramazan. Much against the spiritual sanctity attached to this holy Islamic occasion, to an utter horror, jihadist goons including in Kashmir have turned Ramazan into a month of horror and calamity.

After Prophet pbuh and his companions achieved victory in their defensive battle against the oppressive forces in Mecca, he proclaimed general amnesty, without any revenge.

More to the point, Prophet Muhammad pbuh achieved the bloodless victory in Makka without retaliation against the bloodthirsty Meccans who attacked him, plotted to kill him, stoned him, made his teeth to bleed, cracked his jaw and split open his blessed face, peddled hate against his faith, murdered his beloved companions, deformed the dead body of his blue-eyed uncle, Ameer Hamzah, and even eaten his liver in a beastly manner.

Thus, the 17th Ramazan event of Badr is actually misconstrued and twisted by the self-styled Islamic ideologues with an aim to provoke global Muslims to revenge on their supposed enemies. As we are winding down to the end of the sacred month of Ramazan, a note of caution is desperately required in the context of Kashmir unrest.

Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi is a regular columnist with www. About us About the Editor. Forward to friends Print. By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi, New Age Islam 20 June On 17th Ramazan, an Islamic battle of defensive nature known as Ghazwa-tul-Badr or Jang-e-Badr was fought by Prophet Mohammad pbuh against the Meccan oppressive pagans who wronged and harshly tortured him along with his followers, denied them the basic freedom of religion and inflicted great injuries upon all those who stood by them.

Source: hizb-ut-tahrir. That is the reason they are idiot. The conditions in Kashmir do not even call for migration or hijrat let alone waging war.

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On 17th Ramazan, an Islamic battle of defensive nature known as Ghazwa-tul-Badr or Jang-e-Badr was fought by Prophet Mohammad pbuh against the Meccan oppressive pagans who wronged and harshly tortured him along with his followers, denied them the basic freedom of religion and inflicted great injuries upon all those who stood by them. The significance of the 17th day of Ramazan was not commonly known to Indian Muslims. It is only after the wave of Islamic messages spread across the social media that they began to talk about the victory that Muslims achieved in the battle of Badr [on 17th Ramzan]. Shakeel Shamsi, senior journalist and editor of noted Urdu newspaper, Roznama Inquilab has the temerity to point it out. Regrettably, even some gullible editors of Delhi's Urdu dailies like Roznama Sahafat published sycophantic articles on Ghazwa-e-Badr.

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After the arrests of the Islamic State ISIS terror suspects in Hyderabad, an Indian daily wrote in its editorial of July 1: "Though security agencies have provided counselling to deradicalise many such suspects in the past, the internet remains the biggest source of indoctrination for Muslim youth suffering from a feeling of persecution. While the internet has indeed emerged as the conveyor of jihadist content, it is not the primary source of radicalisation. Noted social reformer Sultan Shahin has pointed out that nearly a century ago when there was no internet, about 18, Muslims left their homes and jobs in India to fight for the Ottoman Caliphate in Turkey. The feelings of persecution, siege mentality and exclusion from the mainstream among Indian Muslims as well as hospitable intellectual environments that nurture jihadist attitudes are created not by the internet but by Islamic clerics and Urdu publications. Also read - Dhaka attack: Facing the challenge of Zakir Naik. This first battle is the point of the beginning of the philosophy of jihad.

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The battle has been passed down in Islamic history as a decisive victory attributable to divine intervention , or by secular sources to the strategic genius of Muhammad. It is one of the few battles specifically mentioned in the Quran. All knowledge of the battle at Badr comes from traditional Islamic accounts, both hadiths and biographies of Muhammad , recorded in written form some time after the battle. There is little evidence outside of these of the battle. There are no descriptions of the battle prior to the 9th century.

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Battle of Badr , ce , in Islamic history, major military victory led by the Prophet Muhammad that marked a turning point for the early Muslim community ummah from a defensive stance toward one of stability and expansion. The battle damaged Meccan trade and boosted the morale of the ummah as a viable force in its pursuit of control of the holy city. There the two parties clashed in traditional fashion: three men from each side were chosen to fight an initial skirmish, and then the armies charged toward one another for full combat. As his army charged forward, Muhammad threw a handful of dust, which flew into the eyes and noses of many of the opposing Meccans. The victory at Badr was a watershed so momentous for the nascent Muslim community that it was believed to be miraculous. In , after years of struggle, the Quraysh surrendered Mecca to Muhammad and became Muslims.

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