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Random – Islamic Pakistan – Musharaf policies – Pakistani

March 11, 2009

 

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The following paragraphs are as a results of discussion on a forum on facebook. http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=3110245471

Some people  seem to have an assumption that moderate Pakistani citizens haven’t read Quran. The reality is we have and we all know what Quran, Islam , hadees are all about and we have been brought up with all that so they need to stop bringing religion into every discussion.

Pakistan is not being run the away our religion says and probably it will never run that way so why debate on the issue?  just live your life the way Muslims are supposed to and enjoy it. It is irresponsible religious statements which have put Pakistan on the back foot. Islam should be implemented in one’s own life first,then in one’s own house  and then the preaching should began. If so called religious people are conscious enough of the fact that Pakistan is not being run according to teachings of Islam then starting from today  they should start a movement for Islamic governance in Pakistan. Eradicating the honest governance of beloved soldier of our homeland doesnt do any justice. 

Pakistan was made in the name of religion but its NOT governed in the name of religion. Our constitution is not in the name of religion. If Sharia law is introduced in the whole of Pakistan then shakers who want Islamic rule implementing will be leaving the country first. Unfortunately, Pakistani’s live a highly double standards life. On screen its, implement islam, islam is our religion etc off screen its things like woh kafir hai (he is not a muslim), ya sahi islam hai (my way of islam is the right way), woh ghalat islam hai (his way of islam is the wrong way) etc etc etc.

With regards to quran and sunnah in Pakistan. First of all what I fail to understand iswhich Islam should be followed in Pakistan. Which maslak? Shia, Sunni, Deobandi, Barailwi, Ismaili etc etc etc?

 

Lal Masjid Student in ACTION

Lal Masjid Student in ACTION

 

 People say Lal Masjid was not handled well etc etc. In my opinion Lal Masjid was handled well. Infact it should have been dealt very earlier. Pervez Musharaf was kind enough to let them go on for so long.

Its easy to criticize Pervez Musharaf, when one is in power only then he realizes the challenges and the core of running a country.  In 21st century for survival as a nation you need economy, image, governance, planning, strong leadership skills and he gave you all that. Pakistan never saw $16 billion in reserve’s he showed you that, he showed the true potential of Pakistan.   

Today, Pakistani’s are capable enough to point a finger at Pervez Musharaf because he enlightened them and our fellow citizens to question his moves, constructively criticize policies and brain storm. Pakistani’s have forgotten the time when media was not allowed to utter a single word against the government. Why do Pakistani’s suffer from short term memory lack is un explained.

If people watch resignation address it shows Pervez Musharaf’s patriotism and his love for this country. An honest man stood tall to defend our home land, he fought wars for us so that people like you could sleep in peace in our independent home land, he put his everything at stake and people blame him for un Islamic, un democratic acts etc which don’t even exist in our country.

Leaders are humans and they do some mistakes Nelson Mandela did mistakes, Quai-e-Azam did mistakes and so on so forth but that don’t over shadow their great work. Pervez Musharaf is human as well and he did some mistakes as well but they cant over shadow his exceptional work for Pakistan.

 “The greatest threat to Pakistan is Pakistani’s nothing else.”

Na shukray logon ka koee haal nahin……. 

 

 

 

 

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