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Pakistan – before and after the election

February 10, 2008

The upcoming parliamentary elections in Pakistan scheduled for February 18 seems to be first ever bloodiest experience in the history of the nation as not only the nationalist party saw its supporters bathed in pools of blood but the country’s most popular and the largest political party leader Benazir Bhutto was also sent heaven after addressing a rally in Rawalpindi on Dec 27.

However, her tragic death, which not only shocked the nation but the entire world as well, could not overshadow the brutalities meted out to the political workers in Karachi, Rawalpindi and Charsadda.


All the stuff I have written

October 3, 2007

This is a new blog where I have given links to al the stuff I have written on the web.

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Pakistan under political crisis and militancy

September 8, 2007

There were two big news for Pakistan on Aug. 30, 2007. In London, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced that he will return to his country on Sep. 10. In Waziristan, nearly three hundred armed and fully equipped soldiers abducted by scores of the Taliban. read more

Return of Nawaz and Bhutto

September 2, 2007

After eight years of suffering military rule, the Pakistanis now hope that their political leaders will return the country and stay with them.

In fact, both Nawaz Sharif and Benazir Bhutto disappointed Pakistani people when they left their workers and people and fled. A true political leader stays with his people in hard time because people don’t vote him/her only to rule them and loot their rights.

Anyway, a justice, chief justice Mohammad Iftikhar Chohadry did what was duty of those political leaders and earned popularity and respect. Then he gave a chance to them by allowing Nawaz Sharif to return to Pakistan but they were not able to get the chance. The sooner they return the better to start a political movement and stay with their people. It is very necessary because the country is falling in the hands of the militants under military control.

Media should stop coverage of terrorist activities

July 24, 2007

I think media has a major role in promoting extremism and terrorism which is the biggest threat to the humanity.

Do you agree it?

If yes, please read this petition and sign it.

Killing of civilian people for Sharia and Democracy

April 18, 2007

According to a latest report by Human Rights Watch, more than 660 civilians were killed by insurgents last year in Afghanistan.

Although, the target of most of the explosions and sucicide attacks were military positions, majority of the people suffered were civilians.

On the other hand, NATO and Colaition forces also targeted bombed and fired civilians on many occasions.

What is the motive of these killings? Insurgents are killing people for “Sharia” and NATO is killing them for “Democracy”.

Which kind of Sharia and Democracy do they want to impose upon us? And why they need civilian blood for this purpose?

The question is unanswerable as both of them have their own ‘hidden’ agendas.