The great services of Aala Hazrat Imam Ahmad Raza Khan Fazil-E-Barelvi are Global, Really a versatile genius, leading scholar, eminent jurist of his time and staunch upholder of Holy Prophet’s (Sallallahu Aliahe Wasallam) traditions & revivalist of Present century who devoted himself with all the energy at his command to the cause of Deen-E-Mateen, To safeguard, protect and promote the spirit of Shariah he cared least for scolding and sarcasms of their who did not agree with him in the interpretation of the ways of Allah.
He did not run after the paraphernalia of worldly life, preferred to spend his capabilities to compose the poetry in praise of Holy Prophet(Allah's Grace and Peace be Upon him)His reward in this world and the world hereafter cannot be imagined.
Hazrat Fazil-E-Barelvi has written over one thousand treatises. He exhaustively dealt with every topic he touched. Aala Hazrat kept the same pattern as adopted by the renowned writers of the Islam, but he excelled in the explanation and expansion of the most difficult and complicated Subject matters in relatively few and simple words.
When India had become a centre of anti Muslim movement and there were so many powers and movements who wanted to remove Islam and Muslims from the sub-continent.
In order to give Religious, social and economic stability to the Muslim Ummah, Aala Hazrat Imam Ahmed Raza Qadri Muhad'dith Barelvi Alaihir Rahma established Jamat Raza-e-Mustafa on the 7th Rabi ul Aakhir 1339 Hijri co-inciding with 17th December 1920. One of the clear aims of this movement, is to also refute the deviant sects, and safeguard the beliefs (Aqaa'id) of the Muslims.
Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa has done various glorious achievement during 1921 to 1926 AD. In 1960 Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa had came to an end. At last in October 1963 Huzoor Mufti-E-Azam Hind Alaihir Rahma has re-established this organization and followings rules and regulations were also made.
Aims and Objects of Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa
Imam-E-Ahle Sunnat was a scholarly writer having vast knowledge and vision. He had extensive knowledge and deep understanding of Hadith and Jurisprudence. His Judicious opinions to various Queries from different scholars show unique competence and comprehensive vision of thought, Quranic insight and ingenious. There are some aims and objects of Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa.
Aims and objects of Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa
Departments of Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa
Achivements and glorious works of Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa
The highly honoured saint, scholar Aala Hazrat was one of the greatest Muslim Luminaries of the whole Asia. His contribution towards strengthening of foundation of the faith and advancing the cause of education and scientific knowledge stands unexcelled in many respects. He was a great revivalist of his times and also a great leader in religious, social and political thoughts. The movement founded by him contributed not only to the religious revival among the Muslim but also to their political consciousness.
The main object of the foundation of Jamat Raza-e-Mustafa was to defend the attacks on the personality of Prophet Muhammad "Peace be upon him". For this purpose Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa created its main points those are:
(a) To create awareness in Muslim Society on such matters.
(b) To oppose on slogan of United Nation of Hinduism by writing and speeches.
(c) Give answers of the Aryans and Christian theologians who were the enemy of Islamic thoughts.
(d) “Shudhdhi Sangthan” It was very dangerous movement against Muslims and Islam. In 1923 A.D. Communal Hindus founded this shudhi movement. They wanted to convert Muslims in Hinduism. Ulma-E-Ahl-E-Sunnat opposed this movement.
In the groups of Ulmas Huzoor Mufti-E-Azam Hind had a leading role in this mission, Huzoor Mufti-E-Azam Hind not only prevented Muslim but he converted five lakhs Hindus into Muslims. For many glorious works Jamat Raza-e-Mustafa which was a local organization, now had made a central organization of Muslims. Infect Jamat Raza-E-Mustafa played a leading role of social, religious, cultural and political life of Indian Muslims.