Dr. Javed Jamil may well be regareded as one of the most powerful thinkers of the current times in the Islamic world. On one hand he has launched an ideological onslaught against the scientific and social philosophies of the New World Order and their devastating impact on humanity and is presenting alternative Islamic paradigms; on the other hand he is busy preparing plans for comprehensive empowerment of Muslims. His concerns are for the whole humanity and he presents Islam not just for Muslims but for the benefit of the whole mankind. If he dreams of an empowered and united Muslim Ummah, it is not because he wants them to dominate but because he wants them to work for the humanity under the guidance of Divine System seeking cooperation of all the religious communities and right minded people. His works cover a long range of fields, from medicine to religion, social issues including economics, current affairs, physics, political sciences, philosophy, literature (Urdu poetry) and planning.

When President Obama after his election delivered his speech to the Muslim World and an organisation was summoned to collect the views of 100 prominent world Muslims, Dr. Jamil was the only Muslim analyst from Indian subcontinent invited by the American organisation, to give his views. He had said,

“We will, however, relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security. Because we reject the same thing that people of all faiths reject: the killing of innocent men, women, and children. And it is my first duty as President to protect the American people.” America can avenge the killing of 3000 Americans by killing 2 millions of Muslims. Tell me how Muslims can and should avenge the killing of 2 million Muslim innocents by Americans? If America cannot tolerate the extremist Muslims, why should Muslims tolerate the extremist America? I do not mean to say that revenge is the best policy, but if the US can talk of fighting the “extremists,” why should not Muslims talk of fighting the “extremist” states like Israel and America?” (Thoughts on President Obama’s Speech by 100 Arab & Muslim Leaders)


He was also the first Indian Islamic scholar invited by Iranian Government for its annual Qur’anic Exhibition and Conference, which takes place every year since Iranian Revolution.

He was also the only Indian scholar invited in the Third International Conference on Islamic Media jointly hosted by WML, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Govt. of Indonesia at Jakarta in 2013.

He was the first Indian Muslim scholar to write a booklet supporting Family Planning from Islamic viewpoint, albeit with rejection of many components of the international family planning programme. His book, “Islam and Family Planning” published in 1994 created huge curiosity and was described by the majority of traditional and Islamic scholars as a balanced work based on correct methodology.

2. Man of Theories

Dr. Javed Jamil can very well be called a man of theories. He has propounded several unconventional theories in different fields. Though it can be argued that almost all his major works are rooted in Islamic principles, he has presented his theses both in secular as well as Islamic framework. It is no wonder that he distinguishes Atheistic Secularism from Religious Secularism, as will be elaborated later. Some of his remarkable theories are as follows:

2.1 Theory of Economic Fundamentalism

Dr Javed Jamil has waged a ruthless war of attrition against what he calls “economic fundamentalism”, which he defines as the ideology that gives predominance to economics over all other spheres of life, without caring for its devastating effects on health, family peace and social order. He says:

Wealth has a central position in economics. But economic fundamentalism tends to regard it as the most, not just one of the most essential requirements of life. The business community has throughout the world and for ages always cared little for anything but its own economic interests. But businessmen of the past made only individual efforts in that direction and had little influence over happenings in their surroundings. They were cranes that would use their cunning eyes to capture the prey when it came close to them and not leopards that would roar their way through a forest in search of their preys. They did not have any say in political and administrative affairs; the law of the land safeguarded the interests of the common people, or the interests of rulers. During the last few centuries, especial­ly in the wake of Industrial Revolution, businessmen have organised themselves into an aggressive, domineering, dextrous, ingenious and inexorable class. It has wrongfully or rightfully but successfully mastered all the new information, techniques and opportunities available to it for the protection and expansion of its interests. This is where economic fundamentalism begins to emerge. Now, businessmen, unlike in the past, are no more weak and submissive. They are not cranes any more but leopards that want to rule and roar. They have not only learned to assert themselves but have perfected the skill to push their plans defying all obstacles that may come in their way. Not any longer are they bootlickers of the rulers they used to be; they have now mastered the art of manoeuvring them into submission. From sycophants they used to be they have now positioned themselves in a way that rulers and administrators often become their sycophants. Not any more are they silent followers of the rule of law; they have become articulate votaries of such modifications in the legal system as better suit their interests. They have ceased to be introverts seeking comfort in solitude; they now socialise in a way that gives them a plateau of eminence in society; and of course the economic monopoly. Still they sacrifice moles for gaining mountains in return. It is this assertive, ag­gressive, cunning, provident and ruthlessly selfish approach towards economics that breeds what I have termed Economic Fundamentalism…..

The think-tank of the world of economic fundamentalism has taken innumerable steps to strengthen their hold. They have sacrificed the goddess of justice before the eyes of Statue of Liberty. They have transformed through political manoeuvres the state into their estate. They have incessantly and relentlessly been trying to organise a grand farewell for religion. They have captivated the imagination of the people through the media. They have got the attire of society redesigned so that it looks gorgeous and inviting to their eyes. They have industrialised sex, in which they have discovered the hen that always lays golden eggs. They have relocated the entire educational set-up on the Wall Street. They have monopolised the tree of economy whose fruits and shadows are only theirs; others can only admire its beauty from a safe distance. They have taken science and technology as their mistresses who are always keen to offer their glorious best to them. They have nipped all the challenges in the buds by masterminding popular movements. They have lynched ‘civilisation’, which has been given a new incarnation; and now Bohemians are called civilised. Last but not the least, they have been busy colonising the good earth in the name of globalisation.”

The theory of Economic Fundamentalism runs through almost the entire range of his works. Even when he discusses Islam and its role in the current world, he pitches it against the ideology and forces of economic fundamentalism, which he holds responsible for almost every problem of the current world. Specifically, he targets the Commercialisation of sex as the most dangerous offshoot of economic fundamentalism.

2.2 Peace Economics

Dr Jamil proposes “peace Economics” as the economic doctrine that must replace Economic Fundamentalism. Peace Economics is the ideology that seeks to achieve Economic and Social development without undermining the objectives of Grand Peace, which he defines as a comprehensive state comprising health of the individual, family peace and social order. The objectives of the economic set-up envisaged in accordance with this plan can be summed up as follows:

1. To visualise economics as not the only one but one of the important parts of human life;

2. To ensure that all the social and economic developments must be aimed at safeguarding the health of all individuals, family peace and social order;

3. To ensure that industrialists do not earn at the cost of labour and consumers

4. To ensure that the money of the rich is so used as to benefit the common people, and not the vice versa by:

a) changing the tax structure (imposing assets tax rather than income tax);

b) giving due representation to small share-holders in policy decisions;

c) distributing the profits among all those who have contributed in the success of the company; using emergency measures whenever the level of disparity among the rich and the poor exceeds a defined limit;

5. To guarantee that the susceptibilities and weaknesses of human beings are not misused for commercial purposes:

a) by banning commercial exploitation of all forms of addiction and sex;

b) by strengthening the legal system so that exploiters and oppressors find it impossible to continue their activities;

c) by continuously preaching the need to support the good against the evil;

6. To ensure that political and legal set-ups promote healthy economics;

7. To ensure that social values are shaped in accordance with their impact on health and social conditions, and religion plays an effective role in reducing tensions at all levels.

2.3 Theory of Peace

Dr Javed Jamil has a comprehensive view of peace. He does not regard peace as a state of no war or civil war; nor does he limit peace to “internal peace”. He views peace in totality. He criticises the international UNESCO definition of peace, which is primarily an agenda “to prevent disputes from arising between parties, to prevent existing disputes from escalating into conflicts and to limit the spread of the latter when they occur”… “so that all of the members of society can live in harmonious relations with each other.” He calls it a political definition of peace. This definition of peace is neither all-encompassing, including all that is positive nor all-abandoning excluding all that is negative.” He also critics religious and mystic scholars for whom “tranquillity of mind and soul represent true peace, which is attained through belief in God or gods, through meditation, devotion, self sacrifice and other spiritual exercises ranging from self-appeasing to self-sacrificing.” He also dismisses Leftists for their “sociological definition” of peace, which means nothing but proper distribution of wealth

In order to achieve Grand Peace, Dr Jamil has proposed an Agenda for a cleaner, healthier and more peaceful world, and he calls the world of his dreams Natural World Order. He pits this against New World Order which is nothing but a system created and promoted by the forces of economic fundamentalism, primarily the corporate world. In order to establish Natural World Order, Dr Jamil proposes a three-dimensional system based on equal emphasis on “Fundamental Rights”, Fundamental Duties and “Fundamental Prohibitions”. The last is what he stresses most, as it is what the Corporate World does abhor. He argues that the practices that kill millions of people, devastate family peace and create chaos at the social level cannot be acceptable in a civilized world. He uses both facts and figures to prove that if practices like alcohol, gambling and uninhibited sex are being commercialized and glorified in the name of liberty and freedom, this is nothing but a ploy of the economic fundamentalists to commercialise human weaknesses for economic gains. He argues that stress on fundamental rights without Fundamental Prohibitions would only lead to diseases, social chaos and family disintegration, and if the true peace has to be achieved, the world will have to give equal stress on rights, duties and prohibitions.

Dr Jamil also lambastes the current international concept of Human Rights, which he again regards as a ploy of the big bosses of the world to perpetuate their economic and political hold on the world. He proposes “Human Security” as the alternative of Human Rights, and argues that rights without security have absolutely no practical utility in achieving peace in the world. He argues that men, women and children must have full security against crimes, societal tensions and exploitation of all kinds. He condemns those who campaign day and night for human rights but are silent spectators of the rising crimes, commercialization of women and children for sex trade and the killing of millions of foetuses every year in the name of “rights of women”.

2.4 Dynamic Theory of Health

Dr Javed Jamil’s favourite theme of Economic fundamentalism and its dominance in the world affairs also propels him to criticize the current international health policies and philosophy. He argues that the current health policies at the international level are guided by economic fundamentalism; it is not health but economics that dominates. “But to maintain health requires exactly what the economic fundamentalists loathe: discipline in life with plenty of restrictions on activities. The worship of Hygeian is not tolerable for Mammon. “Restrictions” and “prohibitions” are words that do not exist in the lexicon of bazaar. Health is also perhaps the most easily recognisable criterion of right and wrong. In the simplest terms, right and wrong can be defined thus: what has a good overall impact on health is good, and what has a bad overall impact on health is bad…..While medical scientists have been perpetually engrossed in efforts to find out the aetiologies and remedies of various health problems, magnates have been relentlessly engaged in popularising whatever suits their interests, irrespective of their impact on human health. And the tragedy is that medical scientists too have lately become mere tools in their hands…. The medical world is not dynamic enough to aggressively push its concerns…. The doctor has proved unequal to the dire challenges of the bazaar. The bazaar has continued to grow. Health has continued to suffer.” He argues that if health is given the status it deserves, there can be no room for smoking, drinking, gambling, promiscuity and prostitution. Furthermore, family health is being totally neglected.

Dr Jamil has also presented alternative models of family welfare and AIDS Control programme. Obviously these models are in line with his Dynamic theory of health that calls for the “the establishment of a health-protective and promoting family system and a health-protective and promoting social system.” As part of these programmes, he wants a blanket ban on all the ramifications of the commercial sex and promotion of marriage between an adult male and an adult female as the only method of fulfilling sexual aspirations.

2.5 Theory of Physics

Dr Javed Jamil has shown his extraordinary thinking prowess in criticising the current theory of Physics and presenting a revolutionary theory, the Universal Theory of Relativity. He says that the current understanding of Physics abysmally fails to explain the universe we are living in. He writes that the picture of the universe the current theory of Physics presents is gloomy:

The universe viewed in the light of General Theory of Relativity and Big Bang Cosmology is a passive, clumsily stark looking collection of individual groups of matter. Quantum Mechanics makes it even more shambolic by shrouding it in the dark clouds of uncertainties. The universe itself appears to have hardly any dynamic existence. It seems to be a universe, which was in a highly excited state at the time of Big Bang, but has since then lost its virility; it has willy-nilly bequeathed all its properties to the material that it contains without retaining anything for itself. The sphere of the universe itself continues to expand without anything adding to it except an increasing emptiness in space. It is becoming more and more hollowed with the ticking of the clock; its hollowness is making the components of the world strangers to one another with every passing moment of time, because galaxies are falling apart from one another. The distance between all the parts of the universe is growing but the vehicle of communication available to them is limping with the same old velocity. The space is continuously growing, and growing fast; where it is coming from, nobody knows. The expansion of the universe is not expanding its wealth, resources and means; the communication is getting harder, the overall density is declining and the matter is huddling into ghettos. God has either been banished to a place from where He cannot regulate or control it, or has been converted into a nominal Head of a defunct State soon after the first tiny fraction of the second of the beginning of the creation. Even if He is there, He cannot play any discernible role”

3. Jamil’s Islamic thought: Applied Islamics

Dr Javed Jamil’s unshakeable faith in Quran as the Book of God has led him to develop Applied Islamics as a full-fledged discipline of Islamic Studies. Applied Islamics aims to study the current developments in social as well as scientific fields, campaigns and movements in the light of Islamic principles and present alternative Islamic models and programmes. He does not study Islam from the point of view of the modern developments but instead analyses modern developments in the light of Islamic principles. Even the works that are not apparently related to Islam are inspired by Islamic principles. He believes that Islam is for the whole world and the whole mankind must avail the benefits of Islam. He asserts that Muslims must take a lead in fighting against the evils that are pervading society. In his books he has been presenting alternative agenda for a healthier, cleaner and more peaceful world, obviously based on Islamic principles. In the process, he has demolished many of the current theories in the field of health, physics and economics.

4. Social Activist

Dr Javed Jamil has been actively involved with a number of national programmes on education, health and communal harmony. He is the founding Director of an NGO named PEACE. PEACE has organised several national and district level seminars and workshops on various issues of national importance. He has worked in collaboration with Govt of India and SIFPSA/USAIDS for several projects on Health and family welfare. He is known for his debating skills and is a charmer with his speeches. He has delivered hundreds of lectures at all levels right from the universities to rural areas. At the time of communal riots in Saharanpur, he organised several relief camps and was actively engaged in promotion of peace and communal harmony. He has also been an active member of Indian Medical association.

Few people know that Dr. Javed Jamil was the first man to organize a big demonstration in Saharanpur against the Supreme Court verdict on Shah Bano case. He was 0nly 24 at that time. It was only later that others took the issue that ultimately became one of the most successful campaigns by Muslims in the history of Independent India. Despite his professional engagements, he has always been on the front in several campaigns. In 1985, he started “Dakhla lo” (take admission) campaign in Muslim localities. He visited more than 250 villages of District Saharanpur and delivered lectures on Health and educational issues. He organized more than 25 special workshops of religious leaders like Ulama, Imams, Huffazs, etc to sensitise them about the health, family and educational issues. He was the first General Secretary of Saharanpur unit of Milli Council when it was founded.. He has also been a regular member of UP Rabita Committee. When the dispute broke down between the two factions of Madrasa Mazahir Uloom, first he tried to bring unity, but when one faction used the district machinery to capture one part of the Madrasa Building, he was chosen Chairman of Majlis-Tahaffuz and he successfully stalled the march of the detractors. He was also closely associated with Qazi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi Sahib in the 50 year of Independence Karawaan.

Dr. Jamil is presently acting as an ideologue and inspires people and the religious, social and political organisations with his thought provocative analyses and views on the current global, national and community issues. In the last Parliamentary elections in India, he released a Muslim Agenda for the elections spelling out Muslim perspective of the national scene and Muslim demands. He insisted that the agenda should be popularised so that the political parties take notice of it and revise their policies accordingly.

Dr Jamil’s ambition of the life, is to establish an international institute of Applied Islamics, which will focus on researches related to the study of modern developments in the light of Islamic principles, application of Islamic thoughts in various fields (both scientific and social) and development of alternative Islamic paradigms for the mankind.

5. Dr Javed Jamil, the Poet

Dr Jamil is also a poet of Urdu and has composed several hundreds of ghazals. The first collection of his ghazals, “Rahguzar” was published by Fakhruddin Memorial Committee, an organisation of the Govt of UP. Another collection of his ghazals is expected to appear soon. Despite his extraordinary capabilities as a poet, he is lesser known in this field because of his decision not to attend Mushairas on account of his other engagements that he regards as more important. His poetry is as inspiring and often as aggressive as his prose. At times, the thinker Javed is at his best in poetry as well. But there are occasions when he gets as romantic as any normal poet can be. The following link provides access to more than 200 Ghazals by Dr. Jamil.


Here are some more links giving creative presentations of his Ghazals on certain urdu forums:

Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Link 4 Link 5 Link 6 Link 7 Link 8 Link 9 Link 10 Link 11

Some of his ghazals and shairs are being reproduced here to give the readers an idea of his poetic strength:

5.1 Old Ghazals

1. Maanaa galey tak aayegi noak-e sinaa(n) zaroor

(I admit that the edge of the sword will surely reach my neck)

Lekin meree nawaa ko suneigaa jahaa(n) zaroor

(But the world will have to heed my voice.)

Aayeiga likhte likhte hi likhney ka fun unhei(n)

(By practising repeatedly will they learn how to write

Bachchey khharaab karte hai(n) kuchh kaapiyaa(n) zaroor

(Kids do spoil some copies in the process.)

Apni bulandiyo(n) pe na itnaa ghuroor kar

(Don’t boast so arrogantly at your heights

Too bhee gireiga eik din aiy aasmaa(n) zaroor

(O sky, you too will also surely fall one day.)

2. Jaaney ye kaisi bhool bhulayyo(n) mei(n) kho gayaa

(It is difficult to understand what kind of riddles he is lost in)

Insaan ab kahaa(n) rahaa insaan to gayaa

(Man is no more, man is finished.)

Humney chahaar samt kabootar uda diyey

(We have flown pigeons in all directions)

Or yeh samajhke baith gaey amn ho gayaa

(And rested thinking peace has been achieved.)

Bachho(n) ki koshishei(n) thi(n) abas aur ek zaeef

(The efforts of children were in vain, but an old man)

Sirf eik pal mei(n) sooi(n) me(n) dhaagaa piro gayaa

(Successfully threaded the needle within no time.)

Javeid lamha bhar ki nadaamat ka thaa kamala

(Javed, it was the work of a moment of shame at my deeds)

Rahmat ka abr saare gunaaho(n) ko dho gayaa

(The rain of God’s benevolence washed away all my sins.)

3. aa(n)nkhe(n) meree soorat teree, lab hai(n) merey baatei(n) terri

(Eyes are mine, but the face in them is yours; lips are mine but they talk of you alone)

Daaman meraa khaahish teree, dil hai meraa yaadei(n) teri

(Bosom is mine, the desire yours; heart is mine, remembrances yours).

Tujh sey huey hai(n) daf’atan jazbaat waabastaa merey

(With you have my emotions suddenly got linked)

aa(n)soo terey, aahei(n) teree, dharkan teree, saa(n)sei(n) teree

(You in tears, you in sobs, you in heartbeats and you in breaths)

4. Kaha(n) tu hota hai aur tu kaha(n) nahi(n) hota

(Where are you and where not?)

Ayaan bhi hota hai phir bhi ayaa(n) nahi(n) hota

(You manifest yourself but still you manifest very little)

Jamaal e yaar hua, husn e kainaat hua

(The beauty of the beloved is as if it is the beauty of the universe,)

Jo maasha bhar bhi kisi se baya(n) nahi(n) hota

(Even an iota of which is hard to describe)

Kahan se laau(n) wo deewangi wo shauq wo fikr

(Wherefrom can I bring the madness, the passion and the concern)

Jo dil mei(n) hote to kuch bhi nihaa(n) nahi(n) hota

(Which were in the heart nothing would have remained hidden)

Tere baghair kahani adhoori rahti hai

(Without you the narration remains incomplete)

Tere baghair fasaana jawaa(n) nahi(n) hota

(Without you the story does not reach its youth)

Jamood aata hai, mumkin agar faraar na ho

(Stagnation sets in if there is no space to move)

Zami(n) na hoti agar aasma(n) nahi(n) hota

(The earth is nothing without a sky to fly in)

Hisaar chahiye gunjaeshe-e faraar ke saath

(Boundary is must if there is a space to move)

Kisi ke haatho(n) kisi ka ziyaa(n) nahi(n) hota

(This prevents damage to others)

Mera mizaaj samajhta hai dost sachcha hai

(He understands my nature; he is a true friend)

Kisi bhi haal mei(n) wo badgumaa(n) nahi(n) hota

(He never develops ill feelings towards me)

Wo lamha deir se aata hai ishq mei(n) javed

(That moment comes rather late in love)

Hijaab koi bhi jab darmiyaa(n) nahi(n) hota

(When no curtain remains between the two)

5. Subh-e-tahzeeb rivayaat ke saath aati hai

(The morning of civilisation arrives with new traditions)

Shaam-e Tahzeeb khhurafaat ke saath aati hai

(The evening of civilisation arrives with corruptions of all kinds)

Shaam-e tanhai nahiaati kabhi bhi tanha

(The evening of solitude does never come alone)

lakho(n) badmast khhayalaat ke saath aati hai

(It comes with thousands of crazy thoughts)

Mere hontope tabassum meri ankho mei chamak

(The smile on my lips and the glow in my eyes)

teri har yaad nishanaat ke saath aati hai

(Every thought of you brings signs with it)

Dar pe ruk jaati haikhhushyaajo tera saath na ho

(Happiness stops at the door if you are not with me)

har khhushi sirf tere saath ke saath aati hai

(Every reason of happiness comes only if your company is there)

Chalne lagti hai zaban zikr tera chhirte hi

(The tongue starts moving as soon as there is a talk about you)

baat par baat teri baat ke saath aati hai

(Talks after talks pour in when you are being talked about)

Koi din aaye kabhi kaash jawaabat ke saath

(Were that some day arrives with the answers)

har sahar taaza sawalaat ke saath aati hai

(Every morning dawns with new questions)

Dil na ho jism mein to zahn hai kya shai Javed

(If there is no heart in the body, brain is of no avail)

ma’rafat shiddat-e jazbaat ke saath aati hai

(The gnosis (true understanding) comes with passion)

6. Chupke se qareeb aana, phir door nikal jaana

(Coming close quietly, then going away)

Har pal ka muqaddar hai maazi meibadal jaana

(Every moment is destined to become past)

Chhoo chhoo ke teri zulfeiparh parh ke tera chehra

(By repeatedly touching your hair and reading your face)

Har sinfe-e sukhan seekhi har rang-e ghazal jaana

(I learned every kind of genre and every shade of poetry)

Ek farz hai hastee par har pal ki pazeerai

(It is the duty of life to honour every moment)

Tareekh ka sheewa hai sadyoko nigal jaana

(It suits none but history to engulf centuries)

7. Hosh uska hai bekhudi uski

(Conscious self is hers; so is subconscious self

Zindagi ki har ek ghadi uski

(Every moment of life is hers)

Door tak malgaja sa sannata

(Scorching silence spread far and wide)

Aur aahat kabhi kabhi uski

(And an occasional feeling as if she is coming)

Ishq mera hai soofiyojaisa

(My love is like that of mystics)

Sirf matloob hai khushi uski

(I seek nothing but her pleasure)

Dil ko hotose door rakhta hai

(He keeps his heart away from lips)

Maar dalergi khaamshi uski

(His silence will kill me)

Hamsafar jiska khoobseerat ho

(One whose life partner has beauty of character)

Khoobsoorat hai zindagi uski

(Has surely a beautiful life)

Tairagi chhaa rahi hai har jaanib

(Darkness is spreading everywhere)

Bewafai hai shaam si uski

(Her betrayal is similar to evening)

8. Jism par sakta sa taari tha, nigahei(n) behosh

(The body was almost standstill and the eyes unconscious)

Usko dekha to laga Taj Mahal dekh liya

(Seeing her I felt as if I have seen Taj Mahal)

Tumhare zikr ko roshan shihaab kardege

(I will turn your fame into a shining star)

Tumhare naam hum apni kitab kardenge

(I will dedicate my book to you)

Kise pata tha ke maazi ke chand lamhe bhi

(Who knew that a few moments of the past)

Hamara jeena musalsal azaab kardege

(would make life a permanent hell)

Meree hayaat ke har pal ka qarz hai unpar

(She is indebted to every moment of my life)

Wo kaun kaun se pal ka hisaab kardege

(How many moments can she repay the debt of)

Wo koh-e barf hai maaloom hai magar Javed

(She is the mountain of ice, I know)

Hum aaftaab haipal bhar meiaab kar deige

(But I am Sun that will melt it within no time)

9. Is intaha mein hun na hun us intaha mei(n) mai(n)

(I am neither in one side of the infinty nor in the other)

Muhj meikhhuda nahihai nahihukhhuda meimai

(God is not within me, nor I am within God)

Dekh aaj aagayi meri parwaaz arsh tak

(Look, my flight has come to God’s Throne now)

Kal tak dikhai deta tha ghaar-e hira meimai

(Till yesterday I used to appear in the Cave of Hira)

Bachche agar hawa meito maiaasmaan par

(If my children fly in the air, I feel I am flying in the heavens)

Bachche agar zameen pe taht-as saraa meimai

(If they fall on the earth, I feel like descending into the abyss)

Mujh par utar rahee hei har ek lamha rahmatei

(Bounties are descending on my life every moment)

Rahta huwaalidain ki har ek dua meimai

(I am constantly in the prayers of my parents)

Javed jaanta hushahadat ka martaba

(Javed, I know the place of martyrdom)

Loo(n)ga maza hayaat ka jam-e qaza mei(n) mai(n)

(I will taste life in the goblet of death)

10. Shadeed dard se sar ko dabaake baith gaya

(I sat down holding my severely paining head)

Tumhare haath ka paththar tha kha ke baith gaya

(I had no other option as I was hit by a stone coming from your hands)

Nahin maibhoola zamane se eik lamhe ko

(I have not forgotten one specific moment for years)

Wo lamha bhar meizamaane bhulake baith gaya

(He has forgotten years within a moment)

Ye uska farz tha dat kar muqabala karta

(This was his duty to have fought bravely)

Lare baghair hi garden katake baith gaya

(He got his neck cut without a fight)

5.2 New Ghazals

1. aaj hai weeraan, kal aabaad bhi ho jaaygi

zindagi tanhaai se aazaad bhi ho jaaygi

zahn ko markooz rakhkho, hausala qaayam rahey

koshisheiN kartey raho, eejaad bhi ho jaaygi

ek muAyyan waqt hai shaitaan teyrey waastey

jald hee pooree teri meeaad bhi ho jaaygi

aao baaNTeiN chalte chalte zindagee key tajrubey

raastaa kaT jaaygaa, roodaad bhi ho jaaygi

kyaa pataa thaa aayeNgey itney faraaz itney nasheyb

zindagee aabaad bhi barbaad bhi ho jaaygi

kyaa pataa tha zeest ko javed az raah-e fareyb

aarzoo-e jannat-e shaddaad bhi ho jaaygi

2. tha yaqeen rakhkhega shauq sey mera pyaar KHoob sambhaal kar

na pataa tha pheNkega is tarah mujhe dil ki teh se nikaal kar

mere ahtajaaj ka hai sabab, mujhe GHair kaise banaa diya

mera tujh se hai ye mutaalaba ke meraa maqaam baHaal kar

main bhulaa chukaa teri bhool ko, tu mere KHataaoN ko bhool jaa

na main tujh se maaNguN jawaab ab, na tu mujh se koi sawaal kar

mujhe aur kitna rulaaygaa, mujhe aur kitna sataaygaa

kabhi bhool kar meri iltajaa kabhi meyri baat ko Taal kar

jo Hasad meiN doobe raqeeb haiN, chalo unko aur jalaayeN hum

kabhi aaNkheN aaNkhoN meiN daal kar, kabhi baaNheN baaNhoN meiN Daal kar

jo bhi qadr thee meri bazm meiN, wo tamaam mil gai KHaak meiN

mere dost aaj haiN KHush bahut meri Izz-o jaah uchhaal kar

tujhe zindagi hai azeez kab, tujhe iqtadaar se pyaar hai

tu hai aadmee to zameen par na jidaal kar na qitaal kar

3. KHwaboN ke jazeerey par rahta huN KHushee se main

Chhup chhup ke haqiqat se milta huN kisee se main

KHud sey hi taGHaful meiN ik umr guzaree hai

Pahchaan le ab KHud ko kehta huN KHudee se main

Mahboob bata tu hee kya yeh nahiN paagalpan

Ik shaKHs ki chaahat meiN laRta huN sabhee se main

Aawaarah sifat huN meiN dunyaa ko pata hai yeh

Maanoos huN kyuN phir bhee ik KHaas galee se main

deewanoN ki dunyaa meiN kya kaam hai daanish ka

manzil ka pataa duNgaa aashufta saree se main

haaN dard pe qaaboo hai, mittee nahiN beemaari

javed pareshaaN huN is chaarahgaree se maiN

4. Ishq mahroom thaa, kaash tu dekhtaa

kitna maGHmoom thaa, kaash tu dekhtaa

chashm-e num kaa tabassum teree yaad meiN

kaisa mAsoom thaa, kaash tu dekhtaa

meyra afsaana-e dard thaa KHoob tar

aur manzoom thaa, kaash tu dekhtaa

meyre GHam sey faqat tu hi thaa beyKHabar

sab ko mAloom tha, kaash tu dekhtaa

aaNkhoN se hoNT tak, chehre sey payr tak

dard marqoom tha, kaash tu dekhtaa

ghar numaa qabr meiN teyri yaadoN taley

koi marHoom thaa, kaash tu dekhtaa

tu tha laazim agar baahami Ishq meiN

maiN bhi malzoom thaa, kaash tu dekhtaa

Haakim-e shahr! saazish meiN shaamil tha tu

amn mAdoom thaa, kaash tu dekhtaa

jo milaa haay javed Zaalim mila

maiN hi mazloom thaa, kaash tu dekhtaa

5. jaaN! KHafaa ho gai?

kya KHataa ho gai?

guftugoo Husn sey

barmalaa ho gai

beywafaaoN se bhi

kuchh wafaa ho gai

beyniyaazee teree

bad duAa ho gai

ghaTti takleef kyaa

kuchh siwaa ho gai

zindagaanee mere

kyaa thi kyaa ho gai

dil ki mazloomiyat

beynawaa ho gai

daur-e nau meiN adaa

beyHayaa ho gai

mArifat sooratan

waahimaa ho gai

zulm, ab sabr kee

intahaa ho gai

ab ye kambaKHt anaa

ek sazaa ho gai

Ishq_e javed ki

Ibtidaa ho gai

6. Haseen waqt ka manzar THahar ke choomta hai

Har eik lamha usey saj saNwar ke choomta hai

Falak meiN phelta hai noor uske chehre ka

To chaand tak use chhat par utar ke choomta hai

Har eik shai ki hai KHwaahish qareeb ho uskey

Har eik zarrah faza meiN bikhar ke choomta hai

Who dekhta hai jab aaeene meiN wajood apna

To aaina use baaNhoN meiN bhar ke choomta hai

Chaman meiN karta hai jab woh guloN se sargoshee

Gulaab bhi use kaisa nikhar ke choomta hai

laboN pe aati hai uskey ye kaisi rangeeni

KHayaal kis ka na jaane ubhar ke choomta hai

Hadaf se koi kahaN usko rok paaye ga

junooN har eik KHatar se guzar ke choomta hai

Abhi hayaat hai ulfat, karam karo us par

tumheeN bataao bhala kaun mar ke choomta hai

KHuloos ki tere usko KHabar nahiN javed

KHuloos tera usey kab se Dar ke choomta hai

7. Na mujhey sahee, mere aks ko kabhi dekh dil meiN utaar ke

Kabhi tu bhi to meri yaad meiN koi shaam dekh guzaar ke

KHam-e zulf apne hi haath se tu hamesha kyuN hai saNwaarta

Kabhi dekh zulfoN ko jhoomte meri uNgliyoN se saNwaar ke

Jo banaate saaz the jism ko, jo banaate naGHma the Qalb ko

Kabhi kaash laut ke aa sakeN wahi jhonke phir se bahaar ke

Meri haaN ke badle meN haaN agar teri haar hai to yahee sahee

Hai azeez jeet hi kyuN tujhe, kabhi dekh tu bhi to haar ke

maiN duaayeN karta huN raat din nahiN meri sunta KHuda magar

tu hai naik teri sunega woh, mujhe maang usko pukaar ke

GHam-e zindagi se gila nahiN ke usee se soz-o gudaaz hai

Gila us se hai jo na de saka kabhi chaar lamhe bhi pyaar ke

Tha hara bhara jo kabhi chaman, wahi aaj DHer hai KHaak ka

haiN naseeb meiN mere ab to bus, yahee tode gard-o GHubaar ke

ye jo ghar ki chhat haiN, hudood haiN, ye ameen-e hifz-o amaan haiN

haiN nishaaN darasl nijaat ke, ye sabot kab haiN hisaar ke

tumhare paas na jaane jawaaz kya hoga

koi tumhari tarah bey-niyaaz kya hoga

ye soch soch ke maiN jaagta huN raatoN ko

ke bey-ruKHi ka KHuda jaane raaz kya hoga

terey KHayaal-e musalsal se dil dhaRakta hai-

jahaaN meiN tujh sa koi dil-nawaaz kya hoga

main tujh se milte hi baam-e falak pe hota huN

terey niyaaz se baRHkar niyaaz kya hoga

qamar ne pooCHa ke jab main haseen huN itna

to soch phir ke ruKH-e maahnaaz kya hoga

wo jaal bunta hai eemaan ke liye har waqt

nifaaq jaisa koi ja’lsaaz kya hoga

jo KHud hi nafs ke haathoN pe ho gaya bayat

wo bayatoN ka hamari majaaz kya hoga

hai mo’tarif tere kirdaar ka jahaaN javed

ab is se baRH ke koi imtiyaaz kya hoga

6. Books authored by Dr Javed Jamil

The Essence of the Divine Verses

Ahumble attempt to understand the message and the system propagated by the Qur’an, particularly with its unparalleled relevance in the context of the present and the future world. 448 page mammoth work has been foreworded by Saiyid Hamid, Former Vice Chancellor, Aligarh Muslim University and was released in June 2003 by Former Indian Prime Minister, Mr. IK Gujral.

Islam and Family Planning

The book discussed the subject of Family Welfare from the point of view of Islamic principles and proposed an alternative Indo-Islamic Model consistent with Islamic teachings and Indian cultural values.. Since 1994, a huge change has now come in the thinking of the Muslim religious scholars, educated classes and masses towards RCH issues.

Islamic Model for Control of AIDS

At the request of Prof. Lalit Mohan Nath, then Director, AIIMS, New Delhi who also foreworded the book. The book gave a comprehensive solution for control of AIDS based on the religious principles of Islam. The book gave a new turn to the subject.

Edited “In Search of a Comprehensive Solution for AIDS” based on the proceedings of a three-day national seminar on the same subject held at New Delhi. The publication and distribution of the book was sponsored by NACO, Govt. of India.

The Devil of Economic Fundamentalism

It is a work that has been described as a path-breaking by many commentators. It is a commentary on the impact of the current International economic policies on health, family peace and social order. It describes how the forces of big business have paralysed the law, manoeuvred politics and administration, mar­ginalised religion, captured the media, remodelled social values, commercialised sex, hijacked educational set-up, restructured the foundations of economics, misappropriated science and technology, masterminded popular movements, dehumanised the civilisation and colonised the globe.It presents an alternative paradigm of economic order called “PEACE ECONOMICS” that advocates development maintaining health, family peace and social order. Peace Economics is also consistent with the economic ideology of Islam.


A collection of his Urdu Ghazals published with the financial support of FakhruddinMemorialUrduAcademy, Government of U.P. His ghazals have been described as a unique addition to the poetry. The collection was released by the famous Ghazal Maestro, Ghulam Ali who also rendered some of the ghazals in his voice.


A novel in Hindi that sensationally describes how medical college students are forced by the circumstances to commit suicide.

The Killer Sex

A scathing commentary on the highly devastating impact on health, family and society of the new sexuality and commercialisation of sex promoted by the forces of globalisation.

Rediscovering the Universe: the Beginning of the Final Revolution

Presents a new theory of Physics and the creation of the universe

Islam means Peace

The book presents the true meaning of Peace, how Islam achieves it and the real aim of Islam in the world. It also answers the allegations against Islam and Muslims in an extremely effective manner.

The release of Muslim Vision of India: Destination & Roadmap. Along with Maulana Asrarul Haq Qasmi, Mr. K Rahman Khan, Prof. Akhtarul Wassey and Mr. Azeez Burney at India Islamic Cultural Centre, New Delhi

Muslim Vision of India: Destination & Roadmap

This is an approach paper regarding Socioeconomic empowerment of Muslims with social fabric of India, and presents a detailed analysis on the prevailing conditions and the roadmap. It was written on the advice of ex Minority Affairs Minister Mr K Rahman Khan and has attracted huge interest all over the country.

Muslims Most Civilised, yet not Enough

In this book, Dr Jamil has produced massive statistics showing that in terms of the criteria of civilized existence, Western countries are far behind Muslim countries. He has used the following as the criteria of civilization:

Qur’anic Paradigms of Sciences & Society (Volume 1: Qur’anic Paradigm of Health)

The methodology in this work is to first describe what the contemporary theories and paradigms are, to critically analyse them in the light of the Qur’anic verses, present alternative concepts, discuss their consistence with the Word of God and study their implications. Dr Jamil has discussed a number of issues related to Health, Physics, Economics, Law, Society, Hereafter and Peace, not necessarily in the same order. Other subjects are also likely to be added at a later stage.

7. Articles

7.1 Newer Articles

Philosophical implications of Universal Theory of Relativity

Functional Implications of the Universal Theory of Relativity

Laws of Nature: Genesis and Enforcement

Roots of terrorism

Qur’an disapproves of economic fundamentalism


Beware of NDA Allies!

Let’s Salute Egyptians’ Defiance

If America attacks Syria, the World Can again become Bipolar

Why Moral and Social Vices no issues in Indian Elections?

New Chapters of Communalism in BJP’s Grand Plan

Modi authors victory, Congress mere spectator

Iraq Turmoil — Yet another blow to American designs

Conspiracy behind “Zionist conspiracies”

Indian Muslims not radicalised because Western Radicalism did not hit India?

Yet another US attack on Muslim World

HOMOSEXUALITY: Genesis, Motives and Effects

Mankind, Peace and the Qur’an

Muslim Agenda 2014: Abstract of the Draft

Dynamic Paradigm of Health — Muslim Mirror

“Ghar Waapsi” A ploy to push anti-conversion bill and the second round of Privatisation

Muslim Mirror » Increased Muslim Presence in Political …

Whom to Vote for: Muslim Dilemma

Indian Muslims not radicalised because Western Radicalism did not hit India?

Obama tries to trap Modi in his “War”

Verdict in Bye-elections: Secular Eclipse begins to end

Violent facts that Adityanaths need to know

Why Moral and Social Vices no issues in Elections?

Open Letter to Modi: Post Elections, we can talk

Are Muslims vote banks?

Homosexuality an offence : A Historical Judgment of SC which safeguards Nature

When will the demonization of Muslims stop?– What about Naxalites and other Hindu terrorists?

Communal Bomb ticking fast: Will Secular forces act now?

Religion, Communalism or Liberalism: What suits India?

Can 16 pc decide the country’s Prime Minister?

Loss of Congress : Kejriwal to emerge as a national factor

Let Hindus and Muslims unite against Economics of Vices

Hindu-Muslim Unity: An interesting exchange of letters with a former IB Director

The Corporate is the only winner, not Modi

Modi authors victory, Congress mere spectator

Rahul Vs Modi Vs Kejriwal: Humility Vs Arrogance Vs Aggression

BJP Manifesto : Modi-fied Agenda of Trouble, Terror & Turbulence finally out

Depriving of Muslims is ‘Secularism’ in India

America: the country that rejoices in killing and torture

Let Sai Baba controversy strengthen the movement for Worship of God alone!

Pope Francis should better ask the whole world to condemn all forms of violence

Sad that identity, not the magnitude of violence determines response

Obma tries to trap Modi in his war

What about Hindu Terrorists?

Saiyid Hamid — Dedication, Discipline and Sophistication Personified

7.2 Older Articles

  • Laws of Nature: Genesis and Enforcement, published by Academia Arena, America: Latest (October 2010)?
  • Quran disapproves Economic Fundamentalism: Arab Times, Islamonline (November 2010)
  • Rediscovering the Universe (Nature and Science, an American journal)
  • Philosophical Implications of the Universal Theory of Relativity (American Science Journal)
  • Wuzu from Medical Pint of View: Radiance, Impact London, Kuwait Times
  • Namaz from Medical Point of View: Radiance, Impact London, Kuwait Times
  • Polygamy in Islam: Radiance, Qaumi Awaz, Kuwait Times
  • Quran disapproves Economic Fundamentalism: Arab Times, Islamonline
  • Economics of Hijab, Daily Times, Canada, Radiance, Islamonline, Milligazette and dozens of international websites
  • All Women are Working Women: dozens of international websites
  • Quran and Science: A full Debate on Dr Javed Jamil’s views published by the Website of Family of Heart, Canada
  • Answering Shouri’s tirade against Islam: Radiance
  • Importance of Iddah in Islam: dozens of international websites
  • Indian Press and Muslims
  • Religion, Politics and Communalism: Hindustan Times
  • Reconstituting the UN: dozens of international websites
  • Are Muslims Enemies of Peace? (Carried by dzens of online journals and other magazines): dozens of international websites
  • Polygamy Versus Promiscuity: dozens of international websites
  • Imrana Case: Points to Ponder: dozens of international websites
  • Fascism: International and Indian Radiance and dozens of international websites
  • Fundamental Prohibitions: Radiance and dozens of international websites
  • Islamic Model of Family Welfare
  • Applied Islamics: An Introduction: Radiance and dozens of international websites
  • Political Ideology of Islam: Radiance and dozens of international websites
  • Alternative Islamic Theory of Health: Radiance and dozens of international websites
  • Muhammad SAW: the Protector of Life: Radiance, Islamicity and dozens of international websites
  • Islamic Definition of Peace: Pakistan Observer
  • Freedom of Choice: Meaning and Implications: The Nation (Bangladesh Daily)
  • Goodbye Religion! Radiance and dozens of international websites
  • Quranic Theory of Health: World Muslim Congress Journal;
  • Towards Natural World Order: Radiance and dozens of international websites
  • Comprehensive Hygiene: Radiance and dozens of international websites
  • Rediscovering the Universe (Nature and Science, an American journal)
  • Philosophical Implications of the Universal Theory of Relativity (American Science Journal)
  • Functional Implications of the Universal Theory of Relativity (American Science Journal)
  • A Systematic Study of Quran: A series of 30 articles
  • Eisteinianism: the Physicoreligion that needs to be abandoned
  • Family Peace: dozens of international websites
  • Scientific and Social concepts based on Qur’an — a series of more than 100 articles
  • Homosexuality: the Biggest Killer: dozens of international websites
  • Swine Flu: the threat and Islamic solution: dozens of international websites
  • Iddah: the Medical and Social Importance
  • Islamic Theory of Environment: Radiance
  • Hundreds of letters to Editor, published in Indian National Dailies like Indian Express, Hindustan Times, Times of India, Qaumi Awaz, Rashtriya Sahara, Radiance, etc.

8. Awards and positions and Lectures delivered

  • Invited to Australia and was overseas guest in the programme organised by Multi Cultural Festival Society in which the Governor General of Australia, Sir Michael Jeffry was the Chief Guest ; delivered lectures on several subjects including

“New World Order in the Light of Islamic Principles”

Islam’s three Dimensional Socioeconomic System

Fundamental Prohibitions: Guarantee to Peace

Spiritual Health in Islam

Islamic Model for Control of AIDS

Modern Sexuality and Islam’s position

  • Invited to deliver a lecture on “Importance of religion in the current world” at Dar-al-arqam, Singapore
  • Invited by Iranian Govt as one of the nine Quranic scholars from all over the world in 2007. Participated in International Quranic Exhbition and took part in several discussions.
  • Invited to the International Media Conference at Jakarta, Indonesia in a programme jointly organized by Govct. Of Saudi SArab and Govt. oif Indonesia
  • Invited to deliver lecture on “Islam and Science” by Faculty of Islamic Studies and Faculty of Sciences Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
  • Invited to deliver lecture on “Family welfare in Islam” by Faculty of Sunni Theology Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
  • Invited to deliver lecture on “The Devil of Economic Fundamentalism” by Economics Society, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
  • Invited by Sheriff Foundation Bangalore to deliver a dozen lectures on different for a including Al-Ameen Degree College, Christian Ecumenical Centre, Fraser Town mosque, AlShifa Medical Centre, IT Muslim Society, etc.
  • Invited by International Church Association to deliver a talk on “Religious Tolerance in South Asia”
  • Invited to deliver a talk on “Quran disapproves Economic Fundamentalism” by Idarahul Uloom Quran, Aligarh
  • Invited by Darul Umoor, Sarangapatnam twice to deliver talks on “Natural World Order” and “Health philosophy of Islam”
  • Invited to deliver lecture on In Search of a Comprehensive Solution for AIDS” by Medical Wing of Rabita Committee at Kanpur
  • Invited to deliver lecture on Family Planning, Indian Culture and Muslims by SIFPSA, Meerut
  • Invited to deliver lecture on A New Approach to Health by Dept. of Surgery, KG medical College, Lucknow
  • Invited by Interfaith Coalition for Peace to deliver a lecture on “Crimes on Women” and “Homosexuality — the Genesis and Effects”.
  • Delivered paper on “Morality in Economics” in National Seminar organised by Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development (CRRID), Chandigarh
  • Delivered Paper on “importance of Iddah in Family Health” at seminar at Muzaffar Nagar organised by Family Planing Association of India
  • Delivered paper on “Communalism: Huge Threat” at a seminar organised by CRRID at Chandigarh
  • Was appointed Consultant Advisor by CRRID, Chandigarh
  • Presented talk on “Economic Empowerment of Muslims” in the 3-day workshop organized by IDB at Hamdard University, New Delhi
  • Delivered 7 lectures on a tour of Kashmir on various issues including “Economic Fundamentalism” “Islamic view of Feminism”, “New World Order” and “Quranic Model of Health”.
  • Delivered lecture at Burhania College, Mumbai on 1st December 2012: Muslim Vision: 20–20
  • Was t5he Chief Guesrt in Educational Meet in Bhatkal in December, 2013
  • Delivered lecture at Kennedy Hall AMU Aligarh on “Challenges of Modernism” in 1913
  • Delivered lecture at Kennedy Hall AMU on “Violence against Women” in 1914
  • Delivered lecture on “Syria Crisis” in Jamaat-e Islami Headquarters New Delhi in 1914
  • Delivered lecture on “Quranic Paradigm of Health” In JN Medical College, AMU Aligarh in 1914
  • Delivered lecture on “Homosexuality: Threat to Mankind” in Jamaat-e Islami Headquarters New Delhi in 1914
  • Delivered lecture on “Challenges for Islamic Law” In Department of Law, AMU Aligarh in 1914
  • Delivered talk on “Economic Empowerment of Muslims” in aprogramme organised by MEM at New Delhi
  • Delivered lecture on “ISIS Crisis” in Jamaat-e Islami Headquarters New Delhi in 1915
  • Delivered talk on “Global Crisis of Muslim Ummah” in the international conference in AMU on April 6, 1915
  • Delivered talk on “Muslim Empowerment Issues” in Hyderabad on 1uth April, 2015, in a conference organised by AIMES

* Received several awards by different organisations including the Aditya Samman by Govt of UP in the Saharanpur Mahotsava.

  • declared Man of the Year 2014 by popular online magazine, “Muslim Mirror”

9. Books and articles consulted