Some Specifics of Vision & Philosophy of the Fatemi Dawat
•Syedna Khuzaima Qutbuddin is the 53rd Dai al Mutlaq of Imam uz Zaman with full authority.
•Misaq is a pledge of allegiance and obedience to the Imam and his Dai and to the laws of Shari‘at, by which one attains najaat and salvation. It is done by one’s free will for his or her najaat.
How and examples have to be cited from History.
•The scale for religion is taqwa (goodness) and Ilm (knowledge), not money. Honors are achieved through khidmat of dawat and mumineen, through kindness, compassion and goodness.
Why SKQ has claimed the Dawat E Hadiyah Trust? If it is not about money why claim the trust.
•Access to the Dai is available for all mumineen, and is not exclusive for only a select few.
You know that this temporary if at all the whole thing gets its momentum agin the the poor and the average bohra will be forgotten.
•Islam is a religion of Rehmat, kindness, compassion and mercy. Coercion and extortion of any kind are NOT tolerated.
Time will show.
•Vajebaat: Compulsory Zakat is 2.5% of money saved through the year; in other words, 2.5% of that portion of annual income which remains unspent at the end of the year. Mumineen should araz silat, najwa, khumus, nazrul maqam, kaffaarat as per their capacity.
Will there be no ziyafat of SKQ or no fixed Salaam. No Talakki( finally I got the word right I hope) Will the poorest of the poor can have SKQ at his home.
•Najwa: Mumineen araz Najwa when they come to the Dai, as per our doctrine, but it is done as per their wish and capacity.
Ok that answers my previous question partially.
•Jamaat Operations: Operating under guidance and authority from the Dai, all jamaats have a fully empowered local administration, a Jamaat Committee, comprised of men and women in separate committees from the local community. Details of jamaat organization will be posted soon inshaallah.
Jamaat Committee will be appointed on what basis? Will there be sheikh or Mullah of Ilm as we have Shiekhs here who cant say Azaan properly.
•An annual budget will be created by the Jamaat Committee. Jamaat finances will be transparent and audited regularly. The Jamaat Committee will present accounts and budgets to their local mumineen.
who will audit them? are they ready to appoint E&Y or some noted name.
•Jamaat Committee should encourage and seek active participation from mumineen.
Explore more on how and which manner...
•A central commission will investigate all complaints.
this is really impressive but what is the SOP of correction.?
•No one has immunity: every person in the Dai’s administration is accountable to the Dai, and needs to explain his/her actions when questioned. There will be no discrimination.
Will this include his sons or grand sons or son in laws?
•There will be no segregation. Safai Chitthis will not be color coded red, yellow and green. It is for Allah subhanahu and his wali the Imam and Dai to judge the virtues of each mumin.
this is nice..some stationary supplier loss...but this is nice...
•There will be no persecution of people under any circumstances. It is Mola Ali’sSA hidayat to conceal another mumin’s faults. Publicly exposing a mumin’s faults is not acceptable.
Than how they will rectify Mumin?
•Raza for darees, majlis, vajebaat, or similar issues, will not be withheld on the basis of other cited shortcomings. It is for the Allah Subhanahu to judge and forgive. Mumineen will not be stopped from doing their farizats or supplementary hasanats.
•Raza for dafan must not be denied. Special consideration should be made for those who cannot afford basic dues. Representatives must deal with these situations with sensitivity and compassion.
this doesnt even need a mention. If this is the case now than in 80's and 90's when this was practiced so frequently on many why Mazoon e Dawaat was quiet.
•People are encouraged to attend Dawat majalis. But there will be no scanning of identity cards or reporting of attendance at majlises and other jamaat events.
This sounds like "Reasos to beleive SKQ"
•Business: While keeping within Shariat rules at all times, mumineen are encouraged to pursue a dynamic business outlook. Riba is Haram. In present day economy there are many ways to conduct business within the conformity of shari’at laws. Any guidance required in this matter will be provided by contacting Fatemi-Dawat office.