Posted on April 27, 2009
Filed Under >Manan Ahmed (Sepoy), Foreign Relations, History, Politics, Religion, Society
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66 responses to “Why Pakistan Will Not Become a Theocracy”

  1. zia m says:

    This is not about one religion,its about Theocracy that includes all religions Christianity,Hinduism,Islam,Sikhism,Buddhism or Judaism.
    Most Pakistanis believe in democracy,they have always rejected the religious political parties.Taliban know that they can only come in power by force.They have made a blunder in declaring other religious parties as Kafirs.

    @Adnan Siddiqi
    Most Pakistanis don’t believe in science,they rather believe in all sorts of superstions.Some of the Ulema in Pakistan claim they don’t need nuclear energy they can harness energy from Jinns,after all prophet Suleman was able to put an army of jinns to work more than 2 thousand years ago.

    There are some Christian Fundamentalist (American Taliban) who are very vocal against Muslims.Don’t blame secularism for that, religion is clearly responsible.You can call it a family feud since they are sons of Ibrahim.
    The same right wing nuts were responsible for putting Bush in office with disastrous results for the whole world.

    Peace