Judge sends Lal Masjid detained girl to women’s shelter Darul Amaan

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Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 21 January 2015


A Sessions court in Islamabad on Tuesday sent twenty-six year old Uzma Quyyum, detained at Jamia Hafsa, the Deobandis women seminary at Lal Masjid, to Darul Amaan (Place of Peace or Women’s Shelter). She will be produced before the court in one week when her final statement will be recorded.

 

Her father had sought her back to home saying that Jamia Hafsa and Lal Masjid cleric brainwashed her girl in favour of their takfiri and fanatic ideology that he and his family detested.

Lal Masjid or its Jamia Hafsa’s violate the Islamic laws by continuing the stay of Uzma because Islam clearly declares father as wali (guardian or master) of his daughter and a Muslim daughter cannot prefer the na-mahrams to the father.

High Court advocate Mohammad Haider Imtiaz who is representing Uzma Quyyum’s father said that the hearing began at around 10:15am. As soon as the hearing began, Uzma told the sessions judge Nazir Ahmed Gujana that she wanted to talk to him in private.

“The judge ordered Uzma’s family, lawyers and the men and women from Jamia Hafsa to leave the courtroom,” Haider Imtiaz said adding that 15 minutes later, the judge called us inside and said that he will hear the case as soon as the day’s cause list was exhausted. He said that at 12:30pm, the judge decided to resume the hearing.

He asked Uzma about her plans, to which she responded that she has devoted her life to “Islam” and does not want to return home to her family. The judge tried to convince Uzma to return to her family and said that she should serve her parents because Islam teaches us to do so.

It is relevant to clarify here that Deobandis of Lal Masjid brainwashed ordinary people in the name of Islam but misuse them for takfiri ideology that turned them to hate-mongers.

Mr Quyyum, Uzma’s father, told the court that he will not force Uzma to marry her fiancé and will not have any objection if she chooses to marry someone else.
Uzma said that she does not have a problem with her parents or any complaints against them. Her only wish is to serve Islam which is why she thinks it’s best if she does not live with her family.

On December 29, 2014 Sheikh Mohammad filed an application with the Human Rights Cell (HRC) of Supreme Court, complaining that his daughter is being kept at the seminary against her will for the last seven months.

He said his daughter had been taken away by Umme Hassan, the wife of Deobandi takfiri cleric Abdul Aziz, from the seminary Jamia Binaat-i-Ayesha in Rawalpindi where she was a student.

Umme Hassan stated that the girl was not willing to live with her family and that Uzma does not wish to marry her fiancé Muhammad Imran with whom her parents have arranged a marriage.

The Supreme Court ordered sessions judge Nazir Ahmad Gujana to investigate the matter and submit a report.

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