Researcher of Political Science & Classical Islam. Initiated by the Khwajagan i-Naqshband.
“…Those who come as leaders for communities are cheating people and telling lies. That is the reality of this century. People do not say the truth. They do not accept the truth. If you ask people to follow you, you must cheat them and tell the opposite of truth. That is the easiest way of making them follow you. If you tell them the Truth, they will run away from you because they like being cheated.
It is the most dangerous egoistic illness: to cheat or to be cheated…don’t be cheated in your beliefs, in your religion, in your Islam, Iman and Ihsan. Open your eyes! Islam does not accept people to be drunk. Muslims should not be accused of being ignorant square-headed idiots.” [Defending Truth, by Sheik Nazim al Haqqani, p. 48-50]