Of course, he is the deputy leader of Jamaat-e-Islami, the radical Muslim party founded by the internationally influential jihadist Syed Abul Ala Maududi, whom I profile in Onward Muslim Soldiers. From the Daily Times of Pakistan:
The naib (deputy) amir of the party, Senator Prof Khursheed Ahmad, told the gathering that the United States and its allies had crippled the economies of the Muslim countries by taking over their resources. He argued that the only way to recover from this subjugation was by waging jihad. He said that the Almighty had directed Muslims to increase their power, which included economic strength. “But we have given up jihad and accepted western hegemony which has enslaved us”, he stated. He trod familiar ‘anti-globalisation’ ground when he added that western multinationals had occupied 87 percent of the resources of the Muslim world in the name of social uplift through institutions like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). He said that these institutions had deployed their ‘puppets’ as rulers in the Muslim countries.
The emir of this group is, of course, Qazi Hussain Ahmad. Read more about his views here.