Posted on February 6, 2007
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15 responses to “Pakistan in the US Media: Goes Best with Gulab Jamun”

  1. Ellen Bobi says:

    I welcome my SAT hero Shaheen Sehbai to ARY. He is a fully capable and jenuine journalist who does not mix up truth, sentiments, human feelings in journalism rather prefers to leave the journalism for the sake of his own health unlike Dr.Shahid Masood. I think Dr. is neither a good medical practitioner nor a good journalist. Because, I always watched him in a way he is. He is not capable to mimic and hide truth which often reflects from his face. I am sure he can not make much progress because he is a patriotic, true pakistani and a true muslim. Thanks to the adminsiterators who have tried to treat him like a tissue paper after completion of the empire which has Dr.`s blood in its foundations. Although Geo group is a commercial group but has shown aprofessional ethics by accomodating Dr. Shahid.

    Shaheen Sehbai Zidabad
    Brave Journalist Paindabad

  2. Aqil Sajjad says:

    His recent pieces in the news were ok. They were in sharp contrast to the yellow journalism that characterized SAT. I guess he is a capable journalist, but something got the better of his sanity while he was running SAT.

    How he was treated is in itself a question mark. I was initially inclined to believe his story about being forced out by the military, but after having closely followed SAT over a period and seen his cheep antics, I have as much faith in his claims as statements coming out of ISPR and the political parties. I mean his story is after all only his version of what happened, why should we assume it’s true, and what’s his credibility?

    BTW, how come he has started writing in the major newspapers again if he was indeed booted out by the govt as he claims? Either his story was false or he has now struck some kind of deal with the govt. Being appointed by ARY in place of Shahid Masood is quite a killing.

  3. Omar R. Quraishi says:

    yes he was and prob still is a good reporter — did some good reporting for Dawn from Washington and even recently for The News

  4. Hussein A. says:

    There was a time when Shaheen Sehbai was a very good journalist. But in recent years he became too bitter and it showed in pettiness of what was on SAT. But maybe, given how he was treated, that is to be expected.

  5. Aqil Sajjad says:

    Shaheen Sehbai being a very good journalist?
    I don’t think this should be said about someone who ran a tabloid and even went to the extent of posting inuendos of sexual misconduct about a female minister just out of animosity for Musharraf.
    Too bad SAT is no longer on the internet, I wish I could give specific links and quotes from it to expose this ‘very good journalist.’