ڈاکٹر اسرار احمد: نظریات و افکار
Dr. Israr Ahmed (1932-2010) holds an important place among contemporary Muslim thinkers. On the basis of Syed Abul A’la Modudi's dynamic interpretation of Islam and theory of Eqamat e Deen, He founded a religious revolutionary party, Tanzim-e-Islami, which is well known for promoting the understanding of the Quran in the modern educated class and holds a wide circle of influence. Despite his intellectual concern with Syed Abul A’la al-Modudi, Dr. Israr Ahmed was a strong critic of his political thinking and proclaimed the theory of Islamic Revolution through a protest movement instead of electoral politics. He founded the "Tehreek-e-Khilafat Pakistan" with regard to the Islamic system and establishment and implementation of the Caliphate in contemporary time. Dr. Israr Ahmed's ideology of the Caliphate and its establishment in Pakistan requires consideration with reference to the fruitless electoral political struggle of the religious parties regarding the establishment of the Islamic system in Pakistan so that the dream of establishing an Islamic system can be fulfilled in some way. The paper under consideration examines Dr Israr Ahmed's thought and views in this context.