Wealthy officials from Qatar and Saudi Arabia who donated money to Hillary Clinton’s charitable foundation also provided financial support to Isis, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange/Dr. Sayed has claimed.
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Asarulislam Syed M.D., is a Pakistani-American neurologist and psychiatrist who lives in California. He is Chief Executive Officer of Jannat Pakistan, a Quranist religious educational movement that propagates Islam as a DEEN [ a government of people who have chosen to live freely under the Law of God, free from the shackles of sharia] Jannat Pakistan is incorporated as a not for profit religious organization in the State of California. He is also the Emir (spiritual leader) of Jannat Pakistan Party, a political party registered with the Election Commission of Pakistan, whose head office is in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.He attained his graduate medical education from King Edward Medical College, Pakistan and his postgraduate medical education from Kansas University, USA. His lives with his family in Wasco, California, where he joined State Civil Service, and since May 2001, has been serving as Chief Psychiatrist with the State of California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. He is married to Nayla Syed, MD, a Child and Adult Psychiatrist who is also serving as a Staff Psychiatrist for the State of California.
Early life and education
Born in Lahore, Pakistan, his Arab ancestors migrated from Bukhara, Uzbekistan and moved to Sialkot around 1185 when the noble Afghan Sultan Shahab-ud-Din Muhammad Ghauri conquered Punjab and Sialkot became a part of the Muslim Sultanate of Delhi.
Two Sufi missionary brothers, descendants of Prophet Muhammad , Shah Hasan Abdal and Shah Ditan Abdal settled with their families on a mound, Tibba Syedan in Sialkot and converted the native population to Islam. ABDAL is an Arabic word for a Substitute Teacher. Abdal brothers were learned scholars of Arabic. Dr. Asarulislam’s parents come from families that lived in Tibba Syedan Sialkot. His ancestors are buried in the family graveyard of Shah Abdal, a shrine of a pir, in whose vicinity lies buried in a tomb, the great Imam Ali-ul-Haq of Sialkot, martyred battling against the Raja of Sialkot in the 13th century.
Dr. Asarulislam’s maternal grandfather, Hafiz Syed Mohammed Isaac was a pupil of the renowned Muslim modernist scholar, Maulvi Syed Mir Hassan, the celebrated professor of Arabic language at Scotch Mission School & Murray College, Sialkot. Syed Mir Hassan is the teacher of Dr. Sir Muhammad Iqbal, the poet-philosopher who in 1930, first gave the Pakistan idea. His mother Dr. Zubaida Gilani-Saqlain and his father, Brigadier Habibus Saqlain Syed, were both physicians who had attained their graduate medical education from King Edward Medical College in Lahore. Both had served as medical officers with the Pakistan Army Medical Corps.
As a child of military parents, Asarulislam started his kindergarten education at Burn Hall School, a Christian missionary school established in 1943, in undivided India, in the city of Abbotabad ; a school with the motto “Quo Non Ascendam” (latin: “To what heights can I not rise?”) . A few years later, his father moved to Sialkot where he continued his education at the Convent of Jesus and Mary. His grandfather Hafiz Mohammed Issac imparted to him, home tutoring of Quran and Arabic. In 1960, his parents moved to East Pakistan Dhaka where Asarulislam continued his education at the Adamjee School and where he learned to speak Bengali language fluently.
In 1964 he entered Cadet College Hasan Abdal, one of Pakistan’s most prestigious Military High Schools where he excelled in academics, dramatics and debates. Following graduation, he was accepted to King Edward Medical College Lahore. As a Cadet, Asarulislam was strongly influenced by the writings of Syed Abul Ala Maududi, grew a beard, and for a brief period became a staunch follower of Maududi. While a medical student in Lahore in the 70’s, he formally studied the Quran at the Tolu-e-Islam Quranic Education Center in Lahore, Pakistan. He was a dedicated pupil of Pakistan’s renowned Quran scholar and Quaid-e-Azam’s political advisor, Ghulam Ahmed Pervez.
At Lahore, 1970–76, he pursued his extra-curricular interests in calligraphy, music and performing arts and nurtured a strong friendship with Syed Sadequain Ahmed Naqvi Pakistan’s world-renowned artist with whom he worked as a pupil, whom he considers as his mentor.
Asarulislam is a Non Sectarian Muslim. He is author of the article “Conspiracies against Islam, From Qadian to Taliban.” An active Anti-Ahmedi student activist and leader, in 1974, it was he that lead mass student processions in Lahore demanding the Bhutto regime to declare Ahmedi as Non-Muslims. Subsequently the Supreme Court of Pakistan held an open inquiry and thereafter declared Ahmedis as Non-Muslims. “When students of Nishtar Medical College had a fight on Rabwah Railway station in 1974, I was the first student leader from Punjab University whom Nishtar students contacted. I immediately activated a small group of students of King Edward. We were the ones who drove the last nail into the coffin of Ahmedis,” he proudly claims.
Marriage and Family
In 1977, Asarulislam married Nayla Qamar, then a third year medical student at Fatima Jinnah Medical College Lahore. Daughter of a family friend Major Qamaruddin, a physician serving Pakistan Army Medical Corps, they have been married for 35 years and have four children. Their eldest daughter Annie Syed is a law graduate JD, a literacy coach and a writer.
Asarulislam worked as a Medical Officer at Polyclinic hospital in Islamabad and for a brief period in 1977-78 as Medical Officer to the National Assembly of Pakistan. He served as a lecturer in Anatomy and Neuroanatomy at Ayub Medical College Abbotabad. Both he and his wife Nayla Syed worked for seven years as Medical Officers at a Military base in As Sulayyil (Arabic: السليل) a city in Ar Riyad Province, Saudi Arabia. Together, they share a deep interest in neurosciences, neurotransmitters and in the study of human behavior. Subsequently they both attained their post-graduate education and training in Psychiatry and in Neurology respectively at the University of Kansas Medical Center. He served as Vice President of Midwest Behavioral Medicine Associates, from 1997 to 2001, incorporated in the State of Kansas during which period he served as Medical Director of Kaw Valley Children Center in Kansas City. The family moved to California in 2001 where he and his wife joined State Civil Service, working for California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. He also provides services to indigent patients at medical clinics of National Health Services, Inc., a nonprofit corporation which operates thirteen sites in the western, northwestern, and northeastern portions of Kern County. A certified correctional health professional with National Commission on Correctional Health Care, he is Chief Psychiatrist with the State of California.
Asarulislam plays music and is a vocalist who regards singing, his self-soothe activity. Since 2001 he has been performing with a Bakersfield Pakistani music band Anarkali Sangeet. The band has performed nationwide in several cities providing musical and cultural entertainment to Pakistani American communities living in the United States. Through musical performances nationwide in the USA for various Pakistani community groups, Asarulislam propagates the liberal values of our civilization, imploring Muslims to join the human race, to give up bigotry, hatred and discrimination against the USA.
Playing music, Asarulislam interjects comical interludes to challenge and change the Muslim minds that are preoccupied with hateful and discriminatory Wahhabi cult beliefs being preached in the Islamic Centers throughout the United States. Anarkali Sangeet, as a cultural troupe, promotes liberal Pakistani-Islamic values and culture. Earlier in Kansas City, he and his wife Nayla Syed were very active in promoting Pakistani culture and were founder members of Pakistani American Society of Greater Kansas City. Asarulislam has produced, organized and performed as a hobbyist stage actor in several plays including Shakespeare’s Macbeth. He has also performed in a few Pakistan Television plays including some written by Pakistan’s famous playwrights Bano Qudsia and Ashfaq Ahmed.
In the aftermath of September 11 attacks, in response to the speech of the President of the United States, “This is not Islam. They have hijacked Islam”, Asarulislam conscientiously rose to speak on various public forums, boldly condemning terrorism and wrongful interpretation of the Quran. As a Quran Scholar, Dr. Asarulislam won strong appreciation from other Quranist Scholars including the celebrated Dr. Shabbir Ahmed (writer) who acknowledging his scholarship named him “Cannon of the Quran”.
He delivered several enlightening talks at various local University forums in Bakersfield, imploring millions of passive oppressed Pakistani Muslims and Christians to rise. Asarulislam Syed, MD was foremost amongst few Muslim Scholars that challenged the wrongful religious beliefs of The Taliban. Beginning in 2008, Dr. Asarulislam delivered weekly, one hour sermons through Shalimar Radio, Los Angeles. His radio sermons, based on reason, attracted a huge audience internationally. A patriotic American, Asarulislam Syed believes and proclaims that United States of America is the Promised Land of all the Prophets, Moses, Krishna, Buddha, Jesus and Muhammed:
“The Founding Fathers of the United States imbibed The Message of The Qur’an in its truest letter and spirit.”
“The only antidote against poisonous religious belief are my Quran lectures that convey the real Message of The Qur’an.”
Despite several terrorist threats to his life he has stood true to his commitment, to educate, enlighten and emancipate the minds of Muslims that have been shackled for centuries, liberating them through Quran, by eradicating criminal Wahhabi beliefs, wrongfully attributed to Prophet Muhammad .
In March 2011, passive and oppressed Quranist Muslims of Pakistan, inspired by Dr Asarulislam’s Quran lectures, activated and launched a political party, Jannat Pakistan Party, also known as JPP.
Jannat Pakistan Party was founded in Rawalpindi, Pakistan on March 23, 2011 by Dr. Asarulislam. His weekly lectures on Shalimar Radio, aired between 2008 and 2010, activated the Quranists intellectuals and scholars who were scattered throughout the world. In December 2010, with the Government of Pakistan persistently failing to control terrorists and religious fanatics, Dr. Asarulislam appealed to Quranists that were spread world- wide to host a Webinar meeting of Quranists, whose climax was The First International Quran Conference to “Liberate Pakistan from Devil Worshipers”. On January 16, 2011, a foundation was laid to establish a new political party to liberate Pakistan. Several Skype conferences, as a prelude to convene the International Webinar meeting were hosted by Abdus Salim Khanzada, a Pakistani Quranist from Saudi Arabia. The New-formed party will be engaged in 2013 Pakistani General Elections. Dr. Asarulislam bears dual citizenship of both countries, United States of America and Pakistan and under Pakistan’s dual citizenship law, being a US citizen precludes him from running for any political office in Pakistan.
Dr. Asarulislam Syed hosts Quran lectures on Shalimar Radio, a Los Angeles-based radio that is operated by Pakistani diaspora in United States. Lectures are aired every Saturday at noon and are archived and available on Quaideazam website as well as on iTunes free of charge.
In an extended interview at the Ecuadorian embassy in London with documentary maker John Pilger for RT, Mr Assange said the same Saudi and Qatari officials could be seen to be supporting both the Clinton Foundation – founded by Mrs Clinton’s husband Bill – and funding the activities of Isis.
Mr Pilger asked if Mr Assange believed that “this notorious jihadist group, called Isil or Isis, is created largely with money from people who are giving money to the Clinton Foundation”
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“Yes,” Mr Assange replied.
The WikiLeaks founder pointed to an email exchange between presidential hopeful Ms Clinton and her campaign manager John Podesta, leaked by his organisation last month, which he believes “is the most significant email in the whole collection”.
In the email sent on August 17 2014, Ms Clinton asked Mr Podesta, who at that time worked under president Barack Obama, to help put “pressure” on Qatar and Saudi Arabia regarding the countries’ alleged support for the terrorist group Isis.
“We need to use our diplomatic and more traditional intelligence assets to bring pressure on the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to Isil and other radical Sunni groups in the region,” Ms Clinton wrote.
Mr Assange noted the US government had never acknowledged governments of Middle East nations had financially supported Isis, instead arguing such support was isolated to “some rogue princes using their cut of the oil money to do whatever they like, although the government disapproves”, according to the WikiLeaks founder.
The portion of an email from 17 August, which Mr Assange believes is ‘most significant’ (WikiLeaks)
According to the Clinton Foundation, the Saudi Arabian government has donated between $10m (£8m) and $25million since the foundation was set up in 1997. Last month it was reported the government of Qatar offered to donate $1m to the foundation in celebration of Bill Clinton’s birthday.
Representatives from the Clinton Foundation have repeatedly denied accusations Ms Clinton has solicited funds and used donations to boost her campaign. There were no donations from Saudi Arabia while she was acting as secretary of state between 2009 and 2013.
Mr Assange also used the interview to dismiss the prospect of a Donald Trump victory in next week’s election, which the polls show will be close.
Who are famous people voting for in the US election?
“My analysis is that Trump will not be permitted to win. Why do I say that? Because he has had every establishment against him. Trump does not have one establishment, maybe with the exception of the Evangelicals, if you can call them an establishment.
“Banks, intelligence, arms companies, foreign money, etc are all united behind Hillary Clinton. And the media as well. Media owners, and the journalists themselves.”
In October, Ecuador’s government confirmed it had “temporarily restricted” Mr Assange’s internet access at its London embassy, to prevent him “meddling in the election process” in the US.