Posted on July 27, 2007
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Law & Justice
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89 responses to “The Battle for Lal Masjid Constinues: Another Blast in Islamabad, 12 Killed”

  1. ALLAHHUAKBAR says:

    THE GALLOUNT SYTUDENTS OF JAMIA FAREEDIA N LAL MAISJID ….HATS UP TO U……U GIVE A WAY TO THE BLIND PPL …WHO ARE ONLY INDULGE IN MUSIC…MOVINS /…..O’ NAIVE PEOPLE OPEN yOUR EYES ….BEFORE UR EYES SHUT UP FOREVER….

    MUSLIMA…

  2. Qudsia says:

    I hope the supreme court will now begin trial and a public trial of the religious thugs who had held the mosque hostage. They should also call those leaders who were instigating them to task.

  3. D_a_n says:

    @ Ashun…

    two observations on what you wrote…
    firstly…you said that the government should come up with its ‘own brand of Islam’…whatever that means but it has shades of ‘Deen -e- Elahi’ and in the present circumstances that is not only dangerous but divisive for obvious reasons….

    and then you say that this should be left open to debate…
    Im afraid that is a most naive view….do you seriously think that the Mullah is open for a ‘debate’ or anything near it?….The Mullah never wants debate…..the deobandi sickness that holds this country in its grip is built around not having the tolerance to debate even the slightest difference of opinion……

    the only contribution the Mullah brings to a debate is at the end…..most likely by blowing it up…!

  4. Ahsun says:

    lal masjid reaction by certain enthusiastic Muslims is basically the frustration gathered due to liberal/secular path that musharraf govt. is stubbornly taking Pakistan on.

    Pakistan is a Muslim country and Islam should be enforced here. If the govt. differs with the interpretation of Islam by the clerics, then it should bring out its own interpretation of Islam and leave it open to debate and then implement the points that have been mutually agreed upon.(Not like the ‘women rights’ bill that drew a dozen objections from ulema of all sects but still it was passed by our rubber stamp parliment.)