Sunday, 10 March 2013

عشاقانِ رحمتللعالمین !ا

لو اک بستی اور جلا دی...
میرے نبی کے پیروکاروں نے..
لو اک بستی اور جلا دی...

امتِ محمدیہ نے تو اس دور میں
ھلاکو,  چنگیز کی یاد دلا دی...

کلمہ گو مسلمانوں نے عیسی کے ماننے والوں کو...
گھر سے بے گھر کر کے یارو ناموسِ رسالت کیسی بچا لی...

میرےنبی کے پیروکاروں نے...لو اک بستی اور جلا دی...

Saturday, 13 October 2012

Malala Yousafzai - Staged Shooting?

So i have not wrote anything for a while, not entirely sure why but this time round i could not really resist to share my thoughts on shooting of 14 years old girl named Malala Yousafzai which seem to be the only topic discussed currently amongst Pakistani print and broadcast media as well seem to have caught eye  of international figures.

First of all let me get one thing straight, I strongly condemn killing of any human being let alone it be 14 yrs girl and i never have done and never will support any act of terrorism or excessive force used against anybody. But there are many questions that have risen in my mind after the attack on Malala Yousafzai, Some of which i will state below:-


  1. Firstly, I personally thing this shooting was staged and scripted by nobody but people who would want to justify their drone attacks by saying Look these bearded Mullahs are even attacking kids now. My question to them is how many kids have your drone attacks killed so far? and those who survived probably have no families or very little means of survival which end up turning into suicide bombers.
  2. The way this issue is being picked up by the media and so called big people in the world have taken this onboard i.e. Obama, Hillary and even pop-artist Madonna condemning it makes me rather skeptical and forces me to think that this attack was carried out after lots of planning and aims to achieve a lot more than just create the hype about issues like children's education and their upbringing.
  3. Thirdly the timing of this incident, straight after the march of very successful march of Imran Khan in Wazirastan when he finished this attack was carried out by handful number of people.
I think the key here is, All nations or people tend to follow the media and whatever is broadcasted or shown or media is considered as Godsend and nothing but truth, especially it seem to be the case with people of Pakistan. According to a "Western" newspaper number of children killed in drone attacks uptill now are 168 but nobody uttered a word for them pour souls? i ask WHY! i tell you why? because highliting killing by drones were obviously not in favour of them carrying out the killings BUT this attack is in their favour.
Which is why you see that especially Pakistani media has nothing else to talk about but Malala Malala and Malala...and eventually all i ask someone who reads this is kindly THINK on your own accord and always question everything you see! especially if its shown on TV, because its the biggest propaganda device ever to be created in mankind's history.

In the end, I hope Malala recovers from her injuries soon but more importantly I wish hope that drone attacks stop altogether as bombs do not distinguish between children or terrorists  and may all the departed souls of hundreds of kids like Malala rest in peace which never got mentioned by any media representative or so called truth seekers.  

Saturday, 28 April 2012

IshQ

Tha  ishq jo qays se  majno ho gya...
Tha woh ishq jo thal main kho gya...

Tha woh bhi ishq jo Bahu ho gya...
Hai woh ishq jo qalandar bol gya...

Tha woh ishq jo waris keh gya...
Hai woh ishq jo atish kood gya..

Tha yeh bhi ishq jis ki khatir...
Yeh zarra qaynaat ho gya...

Kya tha woh ishq jo yaar ki khatir...
Pathar ki sil pe ahad ahad kehte so gya...

Tha woh bhi ishq jo raat ke pehar...
Makaan se lamakaan ko ho gya...

Aur ek tera ishq hai usman...
Jo siwa sochon ke kuch na de gya...

Saturday, 24 September 2011

Is this a price worth paying?

Is this a price worth paying?


Brian Cloughley
Friday, September 23, 2011



In the course of research for a paper on US-Pakistan relations I came across a speech given by President Obama in March this year, titled ‘A New Strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan’. It was interesting and quite informative, if misguided and engagingly ingenuous, but the fascinating sentence that leapt from the page to my astonished eyes was the declaration that “The United States of America did not choose to fight a war in Afghanistan.”

It’s a bit like being told “Hitler didn’t cause World War Two”, or reading a newspaper headline such as “Republican Politician Tells Truth” or “Gaza is Earthly Paradise.” But the Obama assertion was even further removed from reality.

Nobody grabbed America’s collective nose and ordered it to send special forces to go to Afghanistan’s Tora Bora region on October 7, 2001, along with a few dozen British colleagues and a now-rich bunch of raggy baggy Afghan warlords who took millions of CIA dollars in enormous shrink-wrapped bundles and then sat down on their money and did nothing. The prime mover in that farce (for such it was, alas, in spite of instances of exceptionally courageous conduct by US and British soldiers; I have had a first-hand description of the operation, but alas can’t recount it because of the UK’s Official Secrets Act), was the White House. The pathetic Blair of Britain followed in his usual fashion, desperate to have bonding photographs taken alongside the grinning Bush.

It was most certainly the United States of America that chose to invade Afghanistan. And it was the United States that manipulated the United Nations Security Council into a resolution that seemed to give justification for its unwinnable war.

Two researchers in the British House of Commons have produced a paper titled ‘The Legal Basis for the Invasion of Afghanistan’. These analysts are not bleeding-heart liberals; they are intelligent, independent assessors of fact. And they wrote:

“The military campaign in Afghanistan was not specifically mandated by the UN -there was no specific Security Council Resolution authorising the invasion – but was widely (although not universally) perceived to be a legitimate form of self-defence under the UN Charter.”

The whole thing was a con-job. And dozens of nations were summoned to give it a slimy veneer of quasi-legitimacy. They were all duped – or chose to be manoeuvred – into committing blood, young lives and treasure to the preposterously named “Operation Enduring Freedom.”

While writing this piece I went to the website icasualties and saw that yet more young foreign soldiers had been killed. Boys of 19 and 20 are dying in Afghanistan for...for what? There are no names of Afghan soldiers, of course, because they don’t matter to the West – any more than the deaths of Pakistani soldiers matter to Western politicians and generals who demand that “Pakistan must do more to combat terrorism.” What they mean is that even more soldiers of the Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps should sacrifice their lives in order to make it easier for the West to claim that things are improving in its Afghan debacle.

Had there been no invasion of Afghanistan by foreign troops, Pakistan would not be in the dreadful situation in which it now finds itself. The fanatics came over the border and found sanctuary amid the lawless but culturally hospitable tribes, which at that very time were being encouraged, with signs of modest success, to join mainstream Pakistan. But the displaced militants began energetic campaigns of propaganda and hatred, and then wreaked havoc by brainwashing home-grown barbarians to develop their own brand of evil mayhem.

Pakistan had no suicide bombings until 1995 when an Egyptian citizen tried to drive a bomb-truck into his embassy in Islamabad. There were no other attacks until 2005, when there were two, by sectarian religious fanatics. But then the foreigners’ war in Afghanistan really got going, and in 2007 there were over 50 suicide attacks in Pakistan, most of which directly targeted military forces. Since then it’s been a hideous growth industry. Last year 50 bombings killed over 1100 people, and so far this year the score is 500 dead innocents. Thank you, Operation Enduring Freedom. And thank you, too, America, for the deaths of over 3,000 soldiers of the army and Frontier Corps, because none of them would have been killed were it not for your war in Afghanistan.

Kabul’s fraudulently elected government and its supporting foreign forces whine about Pakistan being unable to control movement of militants to and from Afghanistan, and certainly it is impossible to do this – as the US well knows but won’t admit. Across its own fenced and heavily patrolled border with Mexico, which costs an annual six billion dollars to maintain and has over 20,000 border agents, pass hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants every year.

Ignoring its own backyard cross-border shambles, the US demands that Pakistan commit its soldiers to invade North Waziristan to fight militants who – undoubtedly – cross the border to Afghanistan to fight there.

This operation – or, rather, long series of operations, because it would take years – would require some 60,000 soldiers, of whom a thousand would be killed in a two-year campaign. There would be at least 3,000 Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps soldiers wounded, with hundreds of them maimed for life. There would be thousands of widows, orphans and grieving parents and families.

The aim of the US and its dwindling number of international supporters in Afghanistan is not further stability in Pakistan – because a North Waziristan military operation would mightily increase the numbers of suicide and other attacks throughout the country. Their objective is to make it easier for them to claim that their war is going well, as part of President Obama’s ‘New Strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan.’

Does Pakistan think this is a price worth paying?

Currently the US is threatening to invade Pakistan rather than endorse ongoing negotiations with militants in Fata. The intention was made clear when defence secretary Panetta, referring to Pakistan’s supposed support of militant operations in Afghanistan, declared that “We’re not going to allow these types of attacks to go on.”

I’ve got news for Panetta. If he imagines the Pakistan Army will be a pushover like the Iraqis, he should think again. If US forces attempt an invasion of North Waziristan they will meet reaction not only from militants but from an army which will not accept flagrant violation of national sovereignty. I know the Pakistan Army, and I state flatly that man-for-man it will hammer any opponent, no matter if the skies are horizon-filled with US bombers.

Does America think this its a price worth paying?

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Another Drama unfolds

Came across news headline by biggest fabricated and biased media source ever known commonly as BBC.

that Abbas applies for UN recognition?..... i mean whats all that about?

You invade a country called Palestine, You do force mass migration using arms and ammunition, You settle some jews in the land and then you call the people who resist against all this, bunch of terrorists?

So when it suites you, one is a freedom fighter, when it doesn't they are terrorist.

Who is the terrorist? Those who carpet bomb lebanon? Those who mass flaten iraq's buildings for sake of Oil?

Those who make absolute mockery out of humane values in Abu Ghuraib?

Those who have policy to support renditions across the globe?

Those who force millions of people into a "strip" and cut their food and medical supply?

And then even condem their right to be recognised?

To hell with all this law, and all you thieving bunch of murders!