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Identify Maulana Mahmoodul Hasan of Deoband role in freedom movement ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 07 Dec '12 04:11 pm
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Mahmud al-Hasan also known as Mahmud Hasan was a Deobandi Sunni Muslim scholar who was active against British rule in India. For his efforts and scholarship he was given the title "Shaykh al-Hind" ("Shaykh of India") by the Central Khilafat Committee.
Although focused on his work at the school, Maulana Mahmud al-Hasan developed an interest in the political environment of British India and the world. When the Ottoman Empire entered World War I against the British Empire, Muslims across the world were concerned of the future of the Sultan of Ottoman Empire, who was the caliph of Islam and spiritual leader of the global Muslim community. Known as the Khilafat struggle, its leaders Mohammad Ali and Shaukat Ali organised protests across the country (see: partitioning of the Ottoman Empire). Mahmud al-Hasan was fervently active in encouraging Muslim students to join the movement. Hasan organised efforts to start an armed revolution against British rule from both within and outside India.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 07 Dec '12 05:09 pm

 
  
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Jamiatul Ulema Hind (JUH) here on Saturday criticised the Centre for ignoring Muslims contributions in Indias freedom movements.

Speaking at a seminar on Maulana Mahmoodul Hasan of Deoband, who had planned an armed movement called Reshmi Rumal movement to oust the Britishers from India, JUH secretary general Maulana Mahmood Madani said it was necessary to create awareness among the young generation about how various communities including Muslims had collectively fought for the nations independence.

Pointing out that the collective effort of Hindus and Muslims for independence was a national asset, he said he had taken up the matter with the central government several times but there was no positive response from them.

Now I have no hope that the government would do anything in highlighting the role of Muslims in freedom struggle, he said.

He further said his organisation planned to hold 100 seminars to commemorate the centenary of Reshmi Rumal movement in various parts of t ...more
Answered by z, 07 Dec '12 04:13 pm

 
  
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