Thursday, January 27, 2011

American Killer - Killing 3 and Injuring 2

27th January 2011, an employee of US Consulate in Lahore killed three people in Lahore. According to details, US national named Raymond David shot at 2 persons at Qartaba Chowk and hit another bike rider while driving rashly, in an attempt to to escape the scene. The motorcyclist Ubaidur Rehman was killed on the spot while other two injured

I must say, after drone attacks, this is another gift from the government of US; they are trying to test our patience. May Allah help us in differentiating between enemies and friends.

I don't understand, under such security situation where we had a blast in the city just couple of days back, why this official was wandering near Mozzang? Was he planning to eat fish and nehari or he must be visiting a grave in Miani sb.

According to a statement that he did that in self if we do it in self defence, we are terrorist.... but if an Amerian does this.... then its self defence.

By the way, who will be the first one to protect him? After all its a huge opportunity to please our masters.

May Allah help us.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Answers Wanted? Killing of Salman Taseer

Salman Taseer, Governor of the Punjab Province, was shot dead by his security guard, an Elite force commando named Malik Mumtaz Hussain Qadri on Tuesday 4th January 2010 in Islamabad.

The media “Lion” has a new story to eat and digest for at least three or four days and almost every channel is now discussing Salman Taseer, Toheen-e-Risalat, etc. keeping the media injected views aside, I have a few simple questions:

1. Why the Governor passed such blunt remarks regarding a law which was passed by the parliament “unanimously” in 1985?

2. Why the Governor intervened in Aasia’s case which was already in court?

3. The Governor kept on taking Aasia’s name, but why didn’t he ever make a similar plea for Aafia Siddiqui?

4. Correct me if I am wrong, but I think there are a lot people in Jails suffering the same death penalty under a different section, the famous “dafa 302”; why no government official is sending letters to the President to waive of their penalties?

5. If there is a flaw in the court procedure, why there is a need to “change” the law?

6. In the proposed amendment of the law, why there is a focus on removing the death penalty? Will this mean more violation because now the accused can wander more freely hearting the feelings of the majority?

7. We respect the rights of minorities in Pakistan….what about the respect for the rights of majorities?

May Allah help us all!