Tuesday, Nov 30, 2021

Fazlur Rahman

L'Affaire Deoband

Feb 18, 2011 B. Raman

Pakistan's Jamiat-ul-Islami chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman's mysterious visit to India is said to be to ensure that nobody in Deoband deviates from the policy of opposing Mr Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of Gujarat

Go Beyond Karzai

Apr 30, 2006 B. Raman

The government of Pakistan and individuals such as as Maulana Fazlur Rahman of the Jamaat-ul-Ulema Islam have greater influence over the Taliban than the Karzai government. Updates

The Maulana's Intriguing Visit

Circles close to the present ruling coalition in New Delhi, which were then in opposition, strongly criticized the Rao Government for allowing the patron of the banned terrorist outfit HUA to visit India in 1995. What accounts for the warm reception

Don't Stand So Close To Him

Jul 21, 2003 Kanchan Lakshman

Contacts with individuals like Rehman, and the groups they represent, confer legitimacy and create increasing public ambivalence towards their identity and activities. It'd weaken India's case for firm and consistent international action against terr

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