Hezbut Tawheed’s Campaign for the Emancipation of Mankind

Hezbut Tawheed’s Campaign for the Emancipation of Mankind

Mohammad Bayazeed Khan PanniHezbut Tawheed is a reformist, non-political movement based in Bangladesh, founded by Honourable Emamuzzaman Mohammad Bayazeed Khan Panni, a descendant of the traditional Panni family, which ruled Bengal during the Karrani Dynasty. Established on February 16, 1995, in Daud Mahal, Karatia, Tangail, the movement adheres to several fundamental principles aimed at reforming society.

 

Fundamental Principles of Hezbut Tawheed

1. Non-Political Stance: The movement does not engage in any political activities.

2. Rejection of Illegal Weapons: Members are prohibited from handling illegal weapons.

3. No Economic or Personal Gains: Religious work must not be exploited for personal or economic gain. Those who seek personal benefit from religious activities are boycotted.

4. Earning Through Legal Means: Members are encouraged to earn legally and support their families and the movement’s activities with their income.

5. Transparency: The movement’s activities are conducted openly, without secrecy.

6. Respect for All Religions: Hezbut Tawheed respects all religions and does not ridicule or criticize any religious shrine or belief. It works with people of all backgrounds.

The main message of Hezbut Tawheed is that the entire human race is one nation, one family, one children of Adam-Hawa by nature. Regardless of differences in race, nationality, or culture, the entire human race is one nation. If the entire human race can unite on the truth and justice given by Allah against all injustices, then there will be peace among people. The main reason for the extreme unrest prevailing among people today is the deviation from the eternal policy, ideal, and truth given by Allah. People are running their lives with their self-made laws rather than accepting the system of life given by Allah, resulting in widespread injustice and unrest. Every day, the crisis in front of people intensifies. No system or way of life can save people from this great crisis. The 20th century saw two world wars with devastating consequences, yet peace remains elusive.

 

The Root Causes of Global Unrest

If there was a human race with a sense of one nation, then this war and bloodshed would not happen. People would not be immersed in injustice and unrest. Just a century ago, the world saw two world wars. After witnessing the horror of these wars, the current century is again on the verge of a third world war. War drums are sounding in almost every country. Superpowers have targeted each other with nuclear weapons and communicate in the language of threats. To stop the war and make the world peaceful, the League of Nations was established after the first world war. However, it failed to prevent the second world war, leading to the creation of the United Nations. Despite the UN's efforts, it has not been able to bring peace. Since its establishment, six crore people have been killed, and twentey crore people have become refugees. Wars continue in about 64 countries, and states are plagued by murder, robbery, corruption, terrorism, and other social ills.

If this situation continues, it will not take long for man to destroy the world along with all its inhabitants. Hezbut Tawheed proposes that the only decision that can save the human race from this impending crisis is to make the life law that Allah sent for man through his last Messenger (PBUH) effective in human life. Since Allah created man, only He knows which system can bring peace and justice when applied. If people follow the system of life given by Allah, they can live in peace. However, if people follow their own-made systems instead of Allah's system, society will descend into extreme injustice and bloodshed, leading to destruction. This is what is happening today. Implementing Allah's system (Deen) in human life can stop the conflict and bloodshed, just as it did 1400 years ago in the society of Jahiliyyah in Jaziratul Arab. Hezbut Tawheed is proposing to humanity the same peaceful society.

 

The Founder's Vision and Realization

Emamuzzaman Mohammad Bayazeed Khan Panni, the founder of Hezbut Tawheed, was born into a family with a significant contribution to education, literature, culture, and religious preaching in India. Growing up during British rule in undivided India, he witnessed the decline of the Muslim nation, which once excelled in various fields. He questioned the reasons behind this downfall and eventually realized that the main causes were the deviation from the true concept of Tawheed (sovereignty of Allah) and the neglect of the struggle to establish Allah’s true way of life in the world.

The founder of Hezbut Tawheed identified two critical errors that led to the Muslim nation’s decline:

1. Misinterpretation of Tawheed: Muslims deviated from the core belief of obeying only Allah, leading to the loss of the true essence of Islam.

2. Neglect of Primary Responsibility: The duty of establishing Allah’s true religion, entrusted to the Ummah by Mohammad (PBUH), was neglected.

He came to understand that the primary duty of establishing Allah’s true religion in the world, entrusted to the Ummah by Rasulallah (PBUH), was upheld successfully by the Ummate Mohammadi for about 60 to 70 years. However, 60 to 70 years after the death of Rasulallah (PBUH), as his immediate followers passed away, the community gradually forgot their original mission and their faith weakened. Consequently, the subsequent sultans abandoned the entrusted duty and indulged in a life of pleasure and opulence akin to that of kings and emperors.

 

The Scholars’ Retreat and Complex Interpretations

Simultaneously, the religious scholars and priests of the nation retreated from the active struggle to establish religion. Instead, they stayed at home, engaging in meticulous interpretations, analyses, and issuing fatwas about the simple Islam preached by Allah’s Messenger (PBUH). This led to Islam becoming increasingly complex, difficult, and incomprehensible to ordinary people. The scholars generated thousands of differing opinions about the hidden meanings of verses and issues of Sharia, writing numerous books and creating countless sects.

 

The Sufi Withdrawal from Worldly Affairs

Another group, the Sufis, also diverged from the path of actively establishing human rights. They retreated into Khanqahs with their Tasbihs, focusing on self-mortification and discussing an introspective, imbalanced form of Islam that disregarded worldly matters. They established thousands of Tariqas, further dividing the Ummah.

This combination of the sultans’ abandonment of their struggle, the scholars’ excessive interpretations, and the Sufis’ introverted mentality introduced various distortions, fragmenting the Muslim nation into thousands of factions. As a result, the nation lost its valor, became militarily defeated by other nations, and fell into subjugation. Those who once ruled half the world and were considered the best nation among all, became powerless and were overtaken by smaller European nations.

 

Call for Unity and Tawheed

In the face of global crisis and the internal decline of the Muslim nation, Hezbut Tawheed calls for a return to the original, eternal life system of Allah. The movement urges people to unite on Tawheed (Sovereignty of Allah). Hezbut Tawheed presents a five-fold action plan to achieve this unity, which is disseminated through their book, newspaper, and speeches. Embracing the system (Deen) sent by Allah under the consciousness of one nation can establish a just, fair, and peaceful social system.

Unity of Mankind

The main message of Hezbut Tawheed is that the entire human race is one nation, one family, one children of Adam-Hawa by nature. Regardless of differences in race, nationality, or culture, the entire human race is one nation. If the entire human race can unite on the truth and justice given by Allah against all injustices, then there will be peace among people. The main reason for the extreme unrest prevailing among people today is the deviation from the eternal policy, ideal, and truth given by Allah. People are running their lives with their self-made laws rather than accepting the system of life given by Allah, resulting in widespread injustice and unrest. Every day, the crisis in front of people intensifies. No system or way of life can save people from this great crisis. The 20th century saw two world wars with devastating consequences, yet peace remains elusive.

 

The Root Causes of Global Unrest

If there was a human race with a sense of one nation, then this war and bloodshed would not happen. People would not be immersed in injustice and unrest. Just a century ago, the world saw two world wars. After witnessing the horror of these wars, the current century is again on the verge of a third world war. War drums are sounding in almost every country. Superpowers have targeted each other with nuclear weapons and communicate in the language of threats. To stop the war and make the world peaceful, the League of Nations was established after the first world war. However, it failed to prevent the about-imagesecond world war, leading to the creation of the United Nations. Despite the UN's efforts, it has not been able to bring peace. Since its establishment, six crore people have been killed, and twentey crore people have become refugees. Wars continue in about 64 countries, and states are plagued by murder, robbery, corruption, terrorism, and other social ills.

 

The Solution Proposed by Hezbut Tawheed

If this situation continues, it will not take long for man to destroy the world along with all its inhabitants. Hezbut Tawheed proposes that the only decision that can save the human race from this impending crisis is to make the life law that Allah sent for man through his last Messenger (PBUH) effective in human life. Since Allah created man, only He knows which system can bring peace and justice when applied. If people follow the system of life given by Allah, they can live in peace. However, if people follow their own-made systems instead of Allah's system, society will descend into extreme injustice and bloodshed, leading to destruction. This is what is happening today. Implementing Allah's system (Deen) in human life can stop the conflict and bloodshed, just as it did 1400 years ago in the society of Jahiliyyah in Jaziratul Arab. Hezbut Tawheed is proposing to humanity the same peaceful society.

 

The Founder's Vision and Realization

Emamuzzaman Mohammad Bayazeed Khan Panni, the founder of Hezbut Tawheed, was born into a family with a significant contribution to education, literature, culture, and religious preaching in India. Growing up during British rule in undivided India, he witnessed the decline of the Muslim nation, which once excelled in various fields. He questioned the reasons behind this downfall and eventually realized that the main causes were the deviation from the true concept of Tawheed (sovereignty of Allah) and the neglect of the struggle to establish Allah’s true way of life in the world.about-image

 

Addressing the Decline of the Muslim Nation

The founder of Hezbut Tawheed identified two critical errors that led to the Muslim nation’s decline:

1. Misinterpretation of Tawheed: Muslims deviated from the core belief of obeying only Allah, leading to the loss of the true essence of Islam.

2. Neglect of Primary Responsibility: The duty of establishing Allah’s true religion, entrusted to the Ummah by Mohammad (PBUH), was neglected.

He came to understand that the primary duty of establishing Allah’s true religion in the world, entrusted to the Ummah by Rasulallah (PBUH), was upheld successfully by the Ummate Mohammadi for about 60 to 70 years. However, 60 to 70 years after the death of Rasulallah (PBUH), as his immediate followers passed away, the community gradually forgot their original mission and their faith weakened. Consequently, the subsequent sultans abandoned the entrusted duty and indulged in a life of pleasure and opulence akin to that of kings and emperors.

 

The Scholars’ Retreat and Complex Interpretations

Simultaneously, the religious scholars and priests of the nation retreated from the active struggle to establish religion. Instead, they stayed at home, engaging in meticulous interpretations, analyses, and issuing fatwas about the simple Islam preached by Allah’s Messenger (PBUH). This led to Islam becoming increasingly complex, difficult, and incomprehensible to ordinary people. The scholars generated thousands of differing opinions about the hidden meanings of verses and issues of Sharia, writing numerous books and creating countless sects.

 

The Sufi Withdrawal from Worldly Affairs

Another group, the Sufis, also diverged from the path of actively establishing human rights. They retreated into Khanqahs with their Tasbihs, focusing on self-mortification and discussing an introspective, imbalanced form of Islam that disregarded worldly matters. They established thousands of Tariqas, further dividing the Ummah.

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Fragmentation and Decline of the Muslim Nation

This combination of the sultans’ abandonment of their struggle, the scholars’ excessive interpretations, and the Sufis’ introverted mentality introduced various distortions, fragmenting the Muslim nation into thousands of factions. As a result, the nation lost its valor, became militarily defeated by other nations, and fell into subjugation. Those who once ruled half the world and were considered the best nation among all, became powerless and were overtaken by smaller European nations.

 

Call for Unity and Tawheed

In the face of global crisis and the internal decline of the Muslim nation, Hezbut Tawheed calls for a return to the original, eternal life system of Allah. The movement urges people to unite on Tawheed (Sovereignty of Allah). Hezbut Tawheed presents a five-fold action plan to achieve this unity, which is disseminated through their book, newspaper, and speeches. Embracing the system (Deen) sent by Allah under the consciousness of one nation can establish a just, fair, and peaceful social system.

Fifth agenda - Jihad, Efforts to establish this Deenul Haq (justice, truth) in the world

The primary purpose of the first four duties of the program is to engage in Jihad, meaning utmost struggle. Without Jihad, e.g, trying to one's utmost capability to bring peace and justice in society, these other duties hold little meaning. Just as a constitution is meaningless if not applied, the Deenul Haque constitution, based on Tawheed, finds purpose through the implementation of Jihad and Ketal – an all-out struggle, as outlined in the Quran (Surah Baqarah – 216). Allah emphasizes that true believers not only embrace universal monotheism but also actively participate in Jihad, in utmost struggle, to establish and enforce it. The recent resurgence of this holy program, after a hiatus of more than a thousand thirty years, is seen as a manifestation of Allah's mercy and grace, as revealed through the understanding gifted to the Honorable Emamuzzaman.

Our Modus Operandi

First agenda – unity

Unity is essential for achieving any goal. Regardless of a nation's strength in wealth and military, without unity, success is elusive. Allah emphasizes this in the Qur'an, urging believers to unite and hold onto His guidance. Actions that undermine unity are condemned as kufr. Currently, the 1.5 billion Muslims are divided geographically, politically, religiously, and spiritually. Hezbut Tawheed strives to unite humanity under Allah's sovereignty, combating divisions.

Second agenda– Discipline (Listening, leader's order)

Heeding and listening means being constantly aware. In this context, it involves attentiveness to obeying the leader's orders and maintaining one's discipline. The key to true discipline is uniting mankind under a single leadership, ensuring everyone lives under the same order. Similar to the order in the created world due to one God, having a single leader for humanity fosters unparalleled order and harmony in society.

Third agenda - is to obey (the orders of the leader)

Adherence is crucial in the program, emphasizing prompt and unwavering obedience. Loyalty is the backbone of family, clan, or nation; its weakness leads to failure. This directive is not just from the Messenger but from Allah (Surah An-Nisa 59), commanding believers to obey Allah, His Messenger, and appointed leaders. Obedience is the key to peace; in Islam, it means following Allah's commands. Unlike the contemporary world, where state orders face opposition, Islam requires unquestionable compliance with Allah's orders. The Messenger's guidance underscores that obedience, regardless of a leader's background, is adherence to Allah's command.

Fourth agenda - Hijrat, Do Hijrat (abstain from all wrongdoing)

Hijrat, beyond leaving one's country, signifies breaking off and abandoning the party or society that deviates from true monotheism. The Messenger of Allah and his followers migrated to escape enmity and disbelief among the Arabs, establishing a separate society centered on Tawheed. The migration to Madinah was a pivotal step. Today, Hezbut Tawheed plays a similar role, calling for true Tawheed and urging separation from misguided societies. While the Prophet migrated physically, Hezbut Tawheed migrates spiritually, distancing itself from the polytheistic society. In the current global dominance of Dajjal, physical migration isn't possible, so Hezbut Tawheed strives to resist Dajjal's influence.

Fifth agenda - Jihad, Efforts to establish this Deenul Haq (justice, truth) in the world

The primary purpose of the first four duties of the program is to engage in Jihad, meaning utmost struggle. Without Jihad, e.g, trying to one's utmost capability to bring peace and justice in society, these other duties hold little meaning. Just as a constitution is meaningless if not applied, the Deenul Haque constitution, based on Tawheed, finds purpose through the implementation of Jihad and Ketal – an all-out struggle, as outlined in the Quran (Surah Baqarah – 216). Allah emphasizes that true believers not only embrace universal monotheism but also actively participate in Jihad, in utmost struggle, to establish and enforce it. The recent resurgence of this holy program, after a hiatus of more than a thousand thirty years, is seen as a manifestation of Allah's mercy and grace, as revealed through the understanding gifted to the Honorable Emamuzzaman.

Our Policies

The sixth Principle of Hezbut Tawheed movement

No member of Hezbut Tawheed will be involved in or participate in any political activities or parties.

The first Principle of Hezbut Tawheed movement

Hezbut Tawheed strives to follow in the footsteps of the Messenger of Allah in keeping with the directives of Allah Himself.

The second Principle of Hezbut Tawheed movement

All activities of Hezbut Tawheed will be transparent and clear to all, with no obscure agenda.

The third Principle of Hezbut Tawheed movement

No one of Hezbut Tawheed will break any law, will not come in contact with illegal weapons, if he does, he will be handed over by the Imam himself to the law enforcement agencies.

The fourth Principle of Hezbut Tawheed movement

Members of Hezbut Tawheed in accept no monetary remuneration or payment from anyone in order to carry out any act of faith or ritual. They will believe all rewards lay with Allah Himself.

The fifth Principle of Hezbut Tawheed movement

Hezbut Tawheed will accept no funds or contributions from any person who is not a member of this movement.

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