Posted on August 14, 2009
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69 responses to “Sitara-e-Imitiaz for ATP’s own Prof. Adil Najam”

  1. Bilal says:

    Congratulations on winning the award. I have a question though, i have recently been studying symbolism and could not help wonder why this award has an upside down star. It looks very much like a Pentogram, used in devil worship and Illuminati agendas. So i cant help but wonder who designed the award and why no one questions the upside down Star design. ALso why do we have a cresent moon on most mosques. if as Muslims we are not supposed to worship celestial bodies . Can someone , WHO KNOWS!!, explain please?

  2. Sadi says:

    Dear Adil Bhai

    You probably don’t realise how much hope you give us Pakistanis… and how much pride.

    Heatiest congrats.


  3. Saadullah Ayaz says:

    A very well deserved Award. CONGRATS!!

    We are really proud of you Sir!

  4. Asim Rehman says:

    Congratulations Dr Adil Najam for this Award!

    We need great minds like you here in Pakistan in these circumstances your country is facing rather than escaping and contributing your talent to another country.

    Please read recent very though provoking two articles by Orya Maqbool Jan on the subject. y-orya-maqbool-jan/ -by-orya-maqbool-jan/

    The writer of these articles Orya Maqbool Jan is a serving senior bureaucrat and is presently working as Director General Walled City Project in Lahore after having worked as Information Secretary to the Punjab Government. A well known intellectual, playwright and a literary person.