Posted on January 11, 2009
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163 responses to “Mohammed Hanif’s Ten Myths About Pakistan”

  1. Avinash says:

    I really admire Mohammed Hanif’s writings and have always been impressed by his frank views.

    Regarding ISI & RAW I would just like to add that while ISI is strictly controlled by the army, RAW is always headed by a civilian. Plus ISI has draconian powers within their country (as mention in exploding mangoes), RAW (as far my little knowledge goes) does not interfere in internal matters.

  2. Aarti says:

    I felt good reading the article. It is nice to know that there are serious attempts to get rid of the mutual misconceptions and distrust from the other side of the border also. I appreciate the effort. In this age of web technology we should not be dependent on the politicians to lead us to the path of mutual harmony and respect.

  3. Irfan Khalid says:

    I think more than anything else, it may kindly be made clear in minds of many Indian friends that why they are so tempted to long for “re-union” of both countries! Why cannot we live side by side as two mutually respecting countries? They must understand even in a marriage spouses do not loose their identity. If someone suggests me to loose my identity, it will cause me deeply insecure.
    Irfan Khalid
    Lahore, Pakistan