Posted on November 16, 2007
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Pakistanis Abroad, Photo of the Day, Politics, Society
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128 responses to “People-Politics in Pakistan: Who is Protesting and Who Is Not”

  1. Aamir Ali says:

    Pakistanis are a nation who daily disobey laws and don’t pay income tax. Less than 50% of registered voters show up for polls. But Pakistanis just can’t shut up about “rule of law” and “democracy”.

    Hey practice what you preach first before you all have credibility. Musharraf was a far better leader than any of the slackers and crooks who are ruling Pakistan today in the name of “democracy”.

  2. Cyma says:

    A friend just forwarded this to me and I am angry and laughing at the same time :)

    People here instead of talking about the protest are discussing the woman :) who actually is no one else but me :)

    anyways…. My point of view STILL is the same that i had when i was protesting saying ” Musharraf ki amriat na mazoor”

    RULING a country is NOT armys job and not matter how shady democracy is… it still is better than dictatorship…

    :)

  3. Salam All,
    Please have a look at the website http://www.PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com and advise what you think of their coverage and angle on issues.