Posted on July 7, 2008
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60 responses to “Series of Blasts in Karachi follow Islamabad’s Attack: Enough… Violence Must Stop Now!”

  1. Jason says:

    I am a European and I fear for the future of the world. But then I read sentiments like your and they give me hope that humanity and goodwill are still alive. Beautiful words.

  2. ShahidnUSA says:

    Pakistanis are the most sweetest and colourful people in the world. They have been through many tough times and there are tough times ahead.Its temporarily taking away their gloss and shine. But they know that even muslims prophets had go to through tough times in life. And they stayed strong and hopeful.
    They will rebloom again, afterall you all know how a carbon turns into a diamond or what sand do to a pearl.

  3. Aisha says:

    One Pakistan ji:

    I am certainly not putting all the blame for chaos and violence in Pakistan on the Taliban…I believe I sighted a few but not all the “reasons” for the violence and suggested changes that might help reduce the violence. The only reason I mentioned the Taliban at all was in defense for another poster who thought Taliban et al were responsible for the destabilization of Pakistan. Apparently, some didn’t like the post and felt the need to come to the Taliban’s defense. That is when I felt compelled to say something about the Taliban.

    I don’t have to prove everything I say nor do I think that Pakistaniat.com readers need to have the forum over flowing with drawn out “debates” and off site links in attempt to educate those that feel/think/perceive things differently. People will always disagree…I accept the differences of opinion and move on. But, since you asked…numerous documents can be found on the United Nations & the Human rights watch sites etc in regard to the Taliban’s treatment of women in particular. http://www.unhchr.ch and on www:hrw.org

    And to whom asked, No, I do not believe that Musharraf represents Islam or Pakistani people although there was a time when I did believe he was good for Pakistan. When I research I choose to gather information from world sources “not only” from local papers or television as Propoganda is alive and well all over the world.

  4. HazerBaba says:

    Aisha Baji,

    Kia baat bolee hai aap nai, bja farmaya aap nai.

    Taliban thoree, balkey Musharraf represent karta hai sahee Islam ko.

    Balkey Zardari kartaa hai represent…

    Balkey Rehman Malik karta hai….

    Balkey Altaf Hussain kartaa hai represent sahee Islam…

    Balkey Sheikh Rasheed karta hai

    Har aik nai apnaa apnaa Islam Eijad karliaa hai, abb hamain sahee islam dhondhney kai liey MTV dekhna parega….Top 10 main aeygaa to ham bolaingey kah haan yai Islam hai.

  5. Rafay Kashmiri says:

    @Bulleh Shah,

    Kiun kartay ho, apnay hathon apni matti palid,
    sotaiy raho lehad mein, bohteray hein tawalid