Just to provide some background, I personally asked Agha Jawwad the question of why doesn't he step up to lead the community and his answer was: "qaum ko leader nahee chaye, teacher chahye..." I think this is not sufficient. The nation needs both leaders and teachers. I wish that Agha Jawwad would stick to what he is good at: teaching.
Dear brother Talibeilm,
I just want to make one thing clear: I have nothing against anyone. I respect Agha Jawwad highly. I think he is a great philosopher/teacher/theorist. But, to me the most interesting thing is the answers of Hani and yourself, who say that Agha Jawwad has the solution to all that ails Pakistan. Just like Agha, your...(cont)
Agha Jawwad's style may be in contrast to Rahbar and Syed Nasrallah. They are practical and down to earth and present solutions to immediate, every day political goals. If Syed Nasrallah had the kind of thinking that Agha Jawwad does, Hizbollah would never have joined a unity government and would never have reconciled with Walid Jumbalat.
Hani, with all due respect, you sound just like Agha Jawwad. Big on lofty rhetoric, but short on the immediate operationalization of the problem. I agree with unKaffir: Agha Jawwad is a wonderful Alim/philosopher/spiritual leader. He is not cut out for politics. His views are very lofty and high and have no bearing on the immediate needs.