allbird wrote: ↑Tue Dec 08, 2020 8:01 am
Shabab wrote: ↑Sat Dec 05, 2020 11:25 am
I dont think there is any propaganda in this message, by nature MUFADDAL Saifuddin is an angry man and there is a possibility he was the first to respond to rioters... wallah ho alam
i refute that claim, the first person to come out and protect SMB was son of late Mukasir e dawat Salebhai saheb safuddin RA Shazada Quresh BS. He was a big fella and very brave, rest of the others were chicken out and hiding in saifee masjid shutting all doors and windows expecting all mominneen to protect them. SMS is angry, short ill tempered person BUT ONLY on momineens, with outsider less said better. remember hugging present day yazeed (destroyer of masjid, open anti-muslim ) on day of ashura.
A brave person will not be afraid to name, shame and challenge. If he is true dai of imam husain AS then he should have turned his back on this yazeed. If he is in for leadership, money and fame then keep smiling, give blessings and keep taking money enjoy while fools follow.
This is sobering and interesting.
To summarize, SMS side says:
" 1* Burhanuddin Maula no 77 ma milad no saal....1409 H ma jivare masjid par jumoa na din avval sani salis na tabe'een ye humlo kido te waqt mufaddal maula sagla karta pehla nichey masjid na gate par padhara ane vaha si dushmano na tola ne hathiyar sathey andar aava si roka....su shaan ni himmat hati....aapne dekhi ne mumineen ne bhi josh aavi gayo ane mumineen ye bhi dushmano samney himmat si muqablo kido ane dushmano ne agal vadhva na dida ane vahaj roki lida "
FD folks say that when people tried to attack, STF took the lead.
You say that the Mukasir's son showed initiative. Actually it would be good to just know and somebody who was present and can remember to set the record straight.
And this also shows how history is recorded in a selective way. Going forward, each side will tell the story (of this and other events) showing them in the best light. And some will even distort it if necessary.
In that respect, the recent events have been both, sad in a way, and illuminating in another way.