Posted on June 25, 2008
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68 responses to “The F.E. Choudhry Gallery: Jiss dhaj say koee maqtal meiN gaya

  1. Kashiri says:

    This is no dhajj here. All I see is an arrogant man who thought he was above the law and could get away with anything. Laws of nature do justice with anyone and everyone, even if he was convicted in a court of law with a weak case, however he was guilty of much much more. Just his crime of facilitating the divide of Pakistan was enough to hang him a thousand times. How quickly we forget that in the end it all evens out. He got what he deserved, just like his terrorist sons who inherited his immense arrogance if nothing else.

  2. Talat says:

    ZAB gave us a ‘New-Pakistan’ by letting Jinnah’s Pakistan to be cut in half. We saw him saying,”Thank God, Pakistan has been saved” on anti-people operation having been started by the Paky army with the support of anti-Pakistan religion-mongers to curb the will of the people of Pakistan as exhibited by them in the general election held during 1970, first ever held freely and impartially on the basis of adult franchise. We the people of West-Pakistan should all be ashamed also that we supported this operation as is evident from the fact that we rose up against Yahya Khan only when he failed to crush the will of the people of East-Pakistan. So by simply shedding the epithets of East and West, Bhutto gave us a new Pakistan with a new Constitution, called, 1973-Constitution. This was the only commendable thing he did, but unfortunately within a year he sabotaged that constitution by the earth- shaking ‘2nd Amendment’ which reduced it to just a ‘Takfiri-Fatwa’, which his appointee, the usurper Chief of Staff, used as a handle to introduce a new brand of muslims, ‘Halfy-muslims’ and to impose Blasphemy Law, which proved to be a sword in the hands of Yazidi mullah to terrorize the people and encourage murder in the name of the ‘Hurmate-Rasool’, the very Rasool (saw) called ‘Rehmatul-Alimeen’ by Allah, as envisioned by Allama Iqbal in his couplet:

    “کسے خبر تھی کہ لے کر چراغ مصطفوی
    جہاں میں آگ لگاتی پھرے گی بولہبی”

    At the end of the day, however, ZAB did pay his retribution (kafaara) for what he did by facing death as a ‘Uswa-e-Hussain’ at the hands of the Frankstein created by himself.

    But the question, history would ever ask, what we the West Pakies did to pay our ‘kafaara’ for supporting rampage of our Bengali brothers at the hands the dictator, Yahya Khan. Will we keep on hoping that the rain would help wash off this blot some day?

    No Sir, this is an indelible mark on the pages of history, un-washable by rain, even by shedding of tears!

  3. fuzair says:

    Always interesting to see the PPP idiots fawning over Bhutto; personally I think its a toss-up as to who was worse for Pakistan? The democratic dictator or the military one? I’ll give the palm to Zia but only because he was around for 11 years and so did more damage than Bhutto who was only in charge for 5 1/2 years. Bhutto’s greatest accomplishment was to start the breakup of Pakistan but, technically, he wasn’t in charge then….