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Caliphate: Redundant or Relevant?

Many people think that in modern era there is no room for a primitive concept like Caliphate [Khilafat], while others think that it is the only solution to the problems faced by Muslims. These two are extreme positions. The nostalgia of Caliphate lingers on the collective memory of Muslims as a symbol of unity in the glorious past. The urge for revival of splendor and dignity has turned some to make efforts for revival of the Caliphate, as a quick fix to the complex problems of lost identify and grandeur.  The extremist has made it as their motto. This has alarmed the oppressive corrupt Muslim regimes as well as the neocolonial powers. While the viability of establishment of system of Caliphate in some form is yet a distant possibility,  there is a need to look in to this concept in political, economic, geographical, historic and religious perspective. This paper briefly discusses the religiopolitical aspects of concept of Khilafat with in historic milieu. To read more please click: http://wp.me/PCgrB-lS or

https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AXA4nhhOoqagZDk0d3BwZl8zNGgzcTM1Y2c&hl=en

https://faithforum.wordpress.com/islam-2/caliphate/

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