A debate between S A Hannan and Fatemolla
September 30, 2007
Source: Mukto Mona
In recent years it has been increasingly important to assess if Jamat-E Islami Bangladesh (and likes in other countries) is democratic or not. This debate sheds light on this from informed opposing views. Please click the the following links to read the excerpts from this debate.
Meet the Authors: Shah Abdul Hannan, and Hasan Mahmud (fatemolla)
- S A Hannan's Argument
Jamat is a democratic force
- fatemolla's objections
Objections to Sir Hannan's Case for calling Jamat a democratic force
- S A Hannan's Reply
On Sayyid Mawdudi to form a proper view about his stand on democracy.
- fatemolla's rebuttal
Sayyid Mawdudi's word is proven to be world's strongest anti-democratic force.
- S A Hannan's final Argument
When I was in Lahore and I found Maududi a very nice person and scholar.
- fatemolla's closing statement
I’m not here to malign him personally. But his stand makes him and Jamat indigenously anti-democratic.