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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.

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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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Breaking News or Sad News?

July 30, 2007

We, Pashtoons, are the most affected people who have suffered both terrorism and the war on terrorism. And, as I have explained in the petition, it is our media which is giving coverage to the terrorist and extremist activities which not only defame our culture and history, but also pushes us into war with the rest of the world. So our media should change its trends of giving coverage to the activities of extremist elements.

In the first step, the media can give coverage to the acts of the terrorists in such manner which also condemn them and their acts. And then the terms should be changed like a suicide attack and bomb blast should be not aired / published as BREAKING NEWS but as SAD NEWS. It’ll discarriage the terrorists. Instead of terrorist acts, media should highlight political efforts.


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.


Militants’ gift to Afghan women

June 15, 2007

Yesterday hundreds of Afghan women in Kandahar condemned the killing of civilian people in bomb blasts and suicide attacks. In the end of the rally, they requested the militants with tears in their eyes, “please, please dont kill our children”.
The militants responded with a suicide in Orozgan province today which, according to media reports, killed six innocent children and wounded four.
The militants can give only one gift to the Afghan women: kill them and their children.
Gen. Musharraf says that the killer militants are Pashtoons. I ask how they are Pashtoon? A Pashtoon forgive his enemies on the enemies’ women request. Now Afghan women beg their children’s lives and they kill them. A Pashtoon will never do this!


Bombs started to take bribe!

May 18, 2007

Tow suicide bobm blasts in Peshawar, known as the city of flowers, killed more than fifty and wounded more than one hundred innocent poor people.

It is similar in Afghanistan, where the bomb blasts kill only poor Afghans.

 There is a Hiko on this situation written by Lal Zada Sagir, which says:

Watan ke zay pa zay bamoona khlas sho

Wazhni ghareeb maldar ta hees na wayee

Bamoona ham rishwat khwara sho jorey

(Translation)

There are bomb blasts in every corner of the country = Only poor people are killed in these blasts and the rich are safe = I think the bombs also started to take bribe.