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Taharat awr Namaz Fazail o Masail. Kitab al-Tawhid Jild Duwum. It consists of pages, with no headings and chapters and at first it Historiography of the Jihad Movement: A Critique of the Selected Portions of …….
It has been written after extensive research and the author has travelled in the areas where Mujahidin had lived after their migration to the North- West Frontier. He has analyzed the movement according to his inspiration.
However, at a later stage the reasons for the selections are mentioned in one of Sayyid Ahmad speeches. Hundreds of thousands would assist him in his struggle against the Sikhs. The inhabitants of the area were unhappy with the oppressive policies of Ranjit Singh. The Sikhs demolished mosques, burnt crops and plundered properties of the people. They also captured Muslim women and children and sold them in Punjab.
He has not only mentioned the speech of Sayyid Ahmad and invitation of the Pukhtuns to help him in his mission56 but also detailed six factors for the selection of the North-West Frontier.
Firstly, the entire population of the Frontier was Muslim and a common perception in the region was that Pukhtuns were good fighters. Secondly, they were victim of Sikhs atrocities and could be easily organized for their defense. Thirdly, they had not lost their independence yet rather it was threatened and for them it was of their top priority to save its independence. The fifth reason behind selection was the favourable geographical location of N-W.
Sixth, in addition to Pukhtuns the penalized population of Punjab, the principalities of Bahawalpur, Sindh and Balochistan would also support Sayyid Ahmad in case of attack. The headquarters inside India would be a place in occupation, where no help could reach from outside. The English could easily crush the movement in its infancy by enlisting the support of other classes and segments of society. Secondly, the common perception of Pukhtun fighting strength may not be rejected.
It should, however, pertinent to note that tribal mentality needs a lot of homework for utilizing its strength for a common cause. Sayyid Ahmad did not work on the same lines rather initiated an armed struggle immediately after his arrival in the Frontier.
The strategy, adopted by Sayyid Ahamd was different from that of Shah Waliullah. Sayyid Ahmad, on the other hand, appealed to the masses and led the Jihad in person. The inhabitants of the North-West Frontier had been living at a distance from the power centre and like other tribal and peripheral entities, have resisted the central authorities, who have attempted to occupy their lands and interfere in their internal socio-political structure.
The Sikhs had yet not interfered in their internal affairs and nominal payment to state authorities have been paid by the inhabitants of Peshawar vale for centuries. Fourthly, like Pukhtuns, the independence of Sindh and Kalat was also threatened by the Sikhs but Sayyid Ahmad did not stay there to initiate an armed struggle from their lands.
The family of Sayyid Ahmad had been serving the rulers in different capacities and that opportunity was lost with the disintegration of Muslim empire in India. Sayyid Ahmad might have in mind to establish his own principality. The North-West Frontier could become a base ground for him if could study the tribal structure and play his cards wisely.
This was not possible in Sindh and Kalat which had established principalities. Fifthly, the Muslim principalities around North-West Frontier were shrinking since long and their independence was threatened by the expanding Tsarist Russia.
Waging Jihad at the expectation of their assistance and strength was not a wise decision on the part of Sayyid Ahmad. Sixthly, the guerilla warfare in the North-West Frontier against the occupying force was not a bad idea but establishing a state as a result of guerilla activities rarely accomplishes without an active external support.
Attack on Hazro and Declaration of Imarat The second important episode of the Jihad Movement is the attack on Hazro and subsequent declaration of Imarat. After establishing himself at Hund, Sayyid Ahmad sent letters and envoys to the local chiefs, inviting them to join the jihad and liberate their country from the Sikhs. Many chiefs joined Sayyid Ahmad. The attack on Hazro has also been discussed in details by most of the sources. This was a business centre, lying across the Indus in Sikh jurisdiction.
Advocates tried to convince Sayyid Ahmad to attack because the town was a major business centre, but only had a small Sikh contingent and one cannon. A huge booty was expected from the attack. Akhund Zahur Ullah, on the instructions of Sayyid Ahmad, explained to the advocates of attack that some of his Mujahidin were killed in the battle of Akora Khattak while others were injured and they also did not know the customs of the locals.
His advice was based on the Islamic injunction that the Muslims of that town had not yet been invited for jihad. The town was attacked and that local Pukhtuns were busy in plundering until the majority of them fled when the Sikhs retaliated and only the Qandaharis stood firm. This resulted in heavy casualties. Fleeing tribesmen were shot dead by the Sikhs. They panicked and many of them drowned in the river while crossing towards Hund.
Though he had instructed Hindustanis to take arms and get ready. Few of the Hindustanis joined Khadi Khan without the instructions of the Sayyid.
They joined the Qandaharis and repulsed the Sikhs. During this time few Hindustanis were killed in the combat.
Sayyid Anwar Shah and his associates crossed Indus in the evening and joined the main body of the Mujahidin.
Khadi Khan had tried to collect the booty but the locals resisted. Sayyid Ahmad asked him to return their plundered luggage. Their jihad was limited to plunder. The Sikhs and the Pukhtuns were at loggerhead and the attack on Hazro was neither against the teaching of sharia nor unjustified.
However, attacking for plunder was against the objectives of Sayyid Ahmad.
Rest of the details of both sources are uniform with two additions by Mihr. Second, two or three days later, the Sikhs gathered across Indus. The Mujahidin collected on the other side of the river. The Sikhs artillery dispersed the locals and Ashraf Khan of Zaida efforts failed to organize them against the Sikhs.
However, a few of the Pukhtuns took mashk60 and opened firing on the Sikhs from the middle of the river.
First, sources agree that Sayyid Ahmad considered the raid on Hazro justified and according to the commandments of sharia as the Sikhs and the Mujahidin were at war. In retaliation for attacks by the Sikhs, the Mujahidin were warranted to hurt the Sikhs.
Second, it is interesting to note that Sayyid Ahmad in his letter to Indian Muslims, straightforwardly recorded the attack on Hazro.
He also wrote that a large amount of booty was captured from Hazro. Third, it has been recorded by Khan and Mihr that Sayyid Ahmad asked Khadi Khan not to collect the booty from the locals for onward distribution according to Sayyid Ahmad instructions. The present study infers a different conclusion from the Sayyid Ahmad letter and Rizvi who has asserted that goods worth an estimated Rs.
And was it possible for anyone to record the estimate of booty if it was not collected and taken away by the locals to their respective homes? The Waqai narration, in chronological order, on the issue of imarat is very short. It has been written that after the attack on Hazro, Sayyid Ahmad wanted to shift to Panjtar as the locals were not acting in an organized body rather everyone was interested in temporal gains.
Khadi Khan, however, requested the Sayyid not to move from there and he would call all chiefs to his abode. Their differences were resolved with the efforts of Sayyid Ahmad. Their reconciliation paved the way for others.