Afghanic e.V.

Neuerscheinung: Gewaltfreiheit, Politik und Toleranz im Islam

Klußmann, J., Murtaza, M.S., Rohne, H.-C., Wardak, Y. (Hrsg.)

1. Aufl. 2016, XVIII, 136 S.

Der Islam gilt seit dem 11. September 2001 vielfach als eine gewalttätige Religion. Das fordert dazu heraus, sich mit dem kulturellen und religiösen Erbe des Islam gründlicher zu befassen.  
Die Autoren beschreiben eine im Westen weitgehend unbekannte Seite des Islam, die sich durch den Glauben, das Recht und den frühen Fortschrittsglauben der muslimischen Gelehrten entfalten konnte. Trotz des Niederganges der islamischen Rechtsprechung, der schari'a, und der Verhärtung des Glaubens hat sich die traditionelle Toleranz des Islam anderen Religionen gegenüber, erhalten. Moderne islamische Theologen treten für Gewaltlosigkeit ein.

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My life and struggle Autobiography of Badshah Khan

Foto.JPGStory of the Frontier Gandhi - A Legend of Courage & Patriotsm
as narrated to K B Narang - Translated by Helen Bouman Hind Pocket Books New Delhi, 234 pages
Reprinted 2008 by Afghanistan Time Daily, Kabul, Price: 10 EUR

Mahatma Gandhi gilt als Pionier der indischen Unabhängigkeitsbewegung und der Gewaltlosigkeit. Sein Weggefährte Abdul Ghaffar Khan (genannt Badshah Khan) brachte die Muslime des indischen Subkontinents und Afghanistans auf die Idee des gewaltlosen Widerstands gegen die britischen Kolonialheeren. Dazu gründete Badshah Khan die Organisationen Anjuman- e Eslah-e Afaghana (Gemeinschaft zur Reformierung der Afghanen) und Khudai Khidmatgar (Gottesdiener) Gleichzeitig war der herausragende Anführer einer gewaltlosen Armee (Badshah Khan) jedoch der Meinung, dass Gott keine Dienste benötige. Gott zu dienen, bedeute den Menschen zu dienen.
Trotz der philosophischen und sozialreformatorischen Tiefe seiner Ideen und zahlreichen Verdienste in einer einzigartigen Kombination aus Islam, Gewaltlosigkeit und Aufklärung, insbesondere unter den paschtunischen Grenzstämmen, haben weder seine Person noch seine herausragende Idee eines gewaltlosen Islams im Westen Beachtung gefunden.

Daher ist die Neuauflage seiner Autobiographie (My life and struggle) eine Möglichkeit, diese Grundsätze dem interessierten Leser nahezubringen.
Die vorliegende Ausgabe ist auf Englisch verfasst und jedem zu empfehlen, der sich mit dem Islam, dem Nahen Osten, Afghanistan Pakistan, und Indien beschäftigt.  Wir hoffen, dass das Buch in zahlreiche andere europäische Sprachen übersetzt wird.

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2008: Badshah Khan´s year: Report of our first meeting

Methodical Suggestions and Resolutions

On 20th January, 2008, which corresponds with the twentieth anniversary of Pacha Khan’s death, twenty Afghans met in Bonn to discuss the life, work, and desires of Pacha Khan. Among these, nine people had the opportunity to meet with Pacha Khan in person. They talked about their meetings and experiences with Pacha Khan and discussed his life and struggle for the freedom and independence of Pashtoons. After long discussion and exchange of information the following decisions were made:

 

A comprehensive Afghan seminar on Pacha Khan and the issue of Non-Violence in Islam organized by the Society for Promotion of Afghan Culture.

For the seminar, ten books about Pacha Khan will be translated from foreign languages into Pashto, including:

a. Abdul Ghafar Khan: Fait is a Battle (1967), Dinanath Gopal Tendulkar, Bombay, Published for Gandhi Peace Foundation by Popular Prakashan.

b. Eknath Easwaran (1999). Non-violent soldier of Islam: Ghaffar Khan: a man to match his mountains. Nilgiri Press, Tomales, CA. ISBN 1-888314-00-1.

c. Rajmohan Gandhi (2004). Ghaffar Khan: non-violent Badshah of the Pakhtuns. Viking, New Delhi. ISBN 0-670-05765-7.

d. Mukulika Banerjee (2000). Pathan Unarmed: Opposition & Memory in the North West Frontier. School of American Research Press. ISBN 0-933452-68-3.

e. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan: A True Servant of Humanity by Girdhari Lal Puri, pp. 188-190.

f. Pilgrimage for Peace: Gandhi and Frontier Gandhi Among N.W.F. Pathans, Pyarelal, Ahmedabad, Navajivan Publishing House, 1950.

g. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan: A Centennial Tribute by Nehru Memorial Museum and Library and Abdul Ghaffar Khan (Hardcover - Dec 1995).

h. Khudai Khidmatgar and National Movement: Momentous speeches of Badshah Khan by Abdul Ghaffar Khan (Unknown Binding - 1992).

Reprint of Zma Jwand, Zma Jad wa Jahd, conditioned that the already published copy is not in the market for purchase. This book is translated into English in a condensed version. We request the interested scholars and association to take the initiative and translate it in its entirety.

Reprint of Pacha Khan’s My Life and Struggle.

Translation of My Life and Struggle from English into German. Afghanic would try to provide the necessary means for translation and printing.

Paper presentation in English and in German on Pacha Khan and the Issue of Non-Violence in Islam. The following people were selected to organize this section of the seminar: Dr. Abdul Raof Khpalwak, Hedayatullahn Bangash, and Dr. Yahya Wardak.

We are declaring the year 2008 as the year of Pacha Khan. We request the media and cultural societies and associations to write and publish about Pacha Khan and the Issue of Non-Violence in Islam and have at least one special program on the above mentioned issues.

With the help of Lar Aw Bar website, we plan to launch another website which would provide information about the seminar and help in coordination and cooperation.

In Bonn the following discussion sessions would take place:

i. Association between Mahatma Gandhi and Pacha Khan

ii. Pacha Khan’s life in Afghanistan

iii. Violence and non-violence in Islam

iv. Anjuman Islah Afaghana, Pashtoon Magazine, and Khudai Khedmatgar

v. Pacha Khan on the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan

vi. Pacha Khan and Today

vii. Pacha Khan on Gender

viii. Pacha Khan and Abdul Samad Khan

We request various Afghan cultural associations in Europe to organize conferences and seminars on Pacha Khan, the issue of non-violence, and the Pashtoons’ struggle for freedom and independence. Furthermore, we would contact cultural centers in Afghanistan and request their assistance in publishing and distributing Pacha Khan’s Works and thoughts.

The archive of the Afghanistan Information Center (Afghanic) would provide information, books, magazines, news clips, and photos on Pacha Khan. Therefore, we request our countrymen to help us expand selection and build our archive by providing us with materials on Pacha Khan.

25/01/2008, Bonn, Germany
Reported by Yahya Wardak

Badshash Khan Pashto

  • Zemogh de Badshah Khabereeزموږ د باچا خان خبری. د کتاب ډاونلوډ
    ټولونه يحيی وردک
    خپرندوی د افغانستان معلوماتي مرکز، افغانيک
    چاپشمير ١٠٠٠ ټوکه
    چاپکال ٢٠٠٨ ميلادي، ١٣٨٧ لمريز
    چاپځای بن ښار، جرمني 
    بيه  دوه ايرو 
 

د افغانستان کلتوري وډې ټولنې لخوا د باچا خان د امن او عدم تشدد ستر مبارز سمينار کې د يحيی وردک وينا 

 

  • مهاتما گاندي او باچا خان ته دې د نوبل د سولې جايزه ورکړل شيgandhi_khan_logo.gif
  • »مسووليت زموږ د هېوادونو د مشرانو او هغو خلکو په غاړه نه وي چې د يو ځانگړي کار دپاره مقرر او ټاکل شوي وي. دغه مسووليت د هر چا سره دی. «دلاي لاما 
 مهاتما گاندي ته هېڅکله د نوبل د سولې جايزه نه ده ورکړل شوې، په داسې حال کې چې د هغهء نوم د سوله يزو هلو ځلو دپاره يو مترادف نوم گرځېدلی دی. د گاندي نژدې ملگری باچا خان په اسلامي نړۍ کې لومړنی د عدم تشدد لارښود گڼل کيږي چې د خپل عمر ډېره برخه يې د سولې او د پښتنو د ښېگړې لپاره وقف کړی و. په گډه بايد هڅه وشي چې د دغو دواړو سترو لارښوونکو ارزښتناکه کړه وړه هېر نه شي. نو له دې کبله گاندي او باچا خان ته دې د سولې د نوبل جايزه ورکړل شي. دغه غوښتنه د يوې بين المللي کميټې لخوا وړاندې شوې ده:

www.inthelight.org/gandhikhan/index.html

Badshah Khan: Bibliographie

English: 

  1. Nonviolent Soldier of Islam. Badshah Khan, A Man to Match His Mountains.
    Badshah Khan & Mahatma Ghandhi Allies in Revolution of Human Spirit Pioneers in a Culture of Peace. By Eknath Easwaran. Nilgiri Press  California, USA 1999
  2.  Rajmohan Gandhi (2004). Ghaffar Khan: non-violent Badshah of the Pakhtuns. Viking, New Delhi. ISBN 0-670-05765-7
    • Mukulika Banerjee (2000). Pathan Unarmed: Opposition & Memory in the North West Frontier. School of American Research Press. ISBN 0-933452-68-3

    • Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan: A True Servant of Humanity by Girdhari Lal Puri pp 188-190.

    • Pilgrimage for Peace: Gandhi and Frontier Gandhi Among N.W.F. Pathans, Pyarelal, Ahmedabad, Navajivan Publishing House, 1950.

    • Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan: A Centennial Tribute by Nehru Memorial Museum and Library and Abdul Ghaffar Khan(1995)

    • Khudai khidmatgar and national movement: Momentous speeches of Badshah Khan by Abdul Ghaffar Khan 1992

     
     
     
     
     
     
  3.  Islam's Peaceful Warrior: Abdul Ghaffar Khan .by Jean Akhtar Cerrina

Pashto:

  1. Safeer-e-Insaniyat ( Messenger of Hummanity)
    Biography of Khan Abdul ghaffar Khan (Baacha Khan) by Dr. Hyder Ali Lashari
    Publsihed by: G.M Syed Studies Board Karachi (Sindh), August 2008
  2. Zemogh de Bacha Khabere. Yahya Wardak, Afghanic, Bonn, Nov. 2008
  3. Zema Zhewend au Jadu Jehed. Abdul Ghaffar
  4. De Bacha Khan Leekuna
  5. Bacha Khan pe Afghanistan ke


 

Badshah Khan

  "Badshah Khan und Mahatma Ghandhi waren Allierte in einer Revolution des menschlichen Geistes, Pioniere einer Kultur des Friedens." (Eknath Easwaran) 

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