Leave us alone (part II)

Our pragmatic politicians of above school of thought must be well versed of the history of the world. Such demand has never been accepted and rather such segment of society were termed as Traitors and dealt with iron hand. As regards their objection at killing/ fighting Muslim, our history is full of such examples where rebel, terrorists, traitor were taken to account. Didn’t’ hazrat ALI (As) and Moaviya (r) fight long battles? Didn’t’ Imam Hussain (AS) and Yazid fight in Karbala? There are hundreds of quotable instances in this regard in the history of Islam. Therefore, the objection is invalid.

Now the second thought of parting ways with Americans is neither logical nor we are prepared for this adventure. No sane Pakistani will agree with this notion. We are economically, politically and internally fragile and divided nation. It will be more devastating than suicidal bombing to go into confrontation with a supper power like America. We must solve our predicament with thoughtful diplomacy in a way to kill the snake with out breaking our stick.

Our politicians must comprehend the delicacy and precariousness of prevailing danger to our integrity. We are at a crossroad where we have to take a very firm decision on eradicating Taliban and terrorists. At this crucial juncture of our history we have to decide how to keep Pakistan integrated and eliminate our enemies once for ever. ON the contrary we will be eradicated from the map of the glob. Simply being a nuclear state can not save us from coming catastrophe. It is the united will of the united people that may come to our rescue.


3 thoughts on “Leave us alone (part II)”

  1. In any case, you are a disgusting piece of trash for suggesting the pakistani govt kill its own citizens, first for money as they have been for the last few years, and now that the pakhtuns are striking back hard, you are calling them traitors and terrorists and they should be “eradicated”. Actually, they are patriots. And anyone in history who has tried to “eradicate” pakhtuns have themselves been “eradicated” in quick order. And those people also called pakhtuns “traitors and terrorists”. Its a wonder they have been patient so long and didnt’ stike back sooner. You have only your own selves to blame for the imminent destruction of this state. Even now we hope it doesn’t come to that. But with people who have like mind as you at the helm of govt, theres not much hope. One thing is for sure, you can’t defeat the pakhtuns in this fight, we will win.

    Perhaps you should start off with a sincere apology and reparations to all the people you’ve killed, and then commit funds to the development of the NWFP and FATA and start acting like a real govt protecting the interests of the WHOLE country, not just punjab and sindh, and then the pakhtuns will be proud to call themselves Pakistanis. Even at this late stage, no pakhtun wants to break up pakistan, a muslim country, but i dont think we will ever forgive people like you who kill us, and then call us terrorists and then call for our eradication. I think there will be many scores to settle between us and people like you, even after all this is over.

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  2. Oh by the way, you need to check yourself with your dimestore history lesson, you fool. Look at your idiocy:

    >As regards their objection at killing/ fighting Muslim, our history is full of such examples where rebel, terrorists, traitor were taken to account. Didn’t’ hazrat ALI (As) and Moaviya (r) fight long battles? Didn’t’ Imam Hussain (AS) and Yazid fight in Karbala? There are hundreds of quotable instances in this regard in the history of Islam. Therefore, the objection is invalid.

    You are saying its ok to kill muslims by quoting the above examples? OK, Hazrat Ali and Muawiya, For one you say AS (alihis salam) and for the other you say R (Radi Allah Anho). Tell us dear ambreen, which of these two is the “rebel, terrorists, traitor”? Do you dare to answer?

    As for your other example, it is even more idiotic and inappropriate, if thats even possible. Imam Hussain, and Yazid. Which of these is the “rebel, terrorists, traitor”? If you say Yazid, well, he headed the established govt, and it was Imam Hussain (Radia Allaho Anho) who “rebelled” due to the tyranny and injustice of Yazid. And may I remind you, it was Imam Hussain who, in your disgusting words, was “dealt with iron hand” (astaghfirullah).

    One more thing, by your above example, the pakhtuns are in full scale rebellion against the tyranny of the pakistani state (see syed saleem shahzad’s recent article in asia times online). This would put the pakhtuns on par, in principle, with Imam Hussain in your above example, and the pakistani state on par with Yazid. In that manner, your example is very apporpriate. (clap clap clap) nice one ambreen.

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  3. Why is it ok for Pak army to bury civilians alive in their homes thru Aerial bombing (and add isult to injury by calling them “miscreants, terrorists”, etc)? Pak army has been killing pakhtuns for several years now, not a peep from people like you. Now Pak army is doing things that the Hindu Indians haven’t even done to muslim kashmiris in 45 years. Just who has betrayed who here? Who has violated the social contract? The pakhtuns who are being killed and tortured in afghanistan and stabbed in the back by pakistan simultaneously? Or the pakistani elite, killing pakhtuns for US dollars because thats all they have to trade, now that they’ve sold every arab in sight (even selling their own women like aafia siddiqui)? What, we should be proud citizens of this country now?

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