Jahil Online: Explaining Why Pakistan is Losing!

Posted on January 29, 2010
Filed Under >Naeem Sadiq, Society, TV, Movies & Theatre
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Naeem Sadiq

Ex-MNA and fake degree holder Aamer Liaquat Hussain has taken even his own jahalat to new heights when during his ‘Aalim On Line’ show on Geo TV today (January 29, 2010) he revealed the real reasons behind the poor performance of Pakistan’s  cricket team!

According to GEO TV’s resident Jahil Alim the Pakistan team had started to perform poorly because its players are now wearing cricket shoes with green colored soles!

Yes, you heard it right. Its all in the shoes. Or, actually, in the soles!

Hold your astonishment, folks, just for a bit.

As the Jahil Alim explains, green is the  colour of Pakistan and of Islam and this color being rubbed on the ground is a derogatory act. Hence the divine retribution on the Pakistan cricket team!

It is difficult to believe that some one who professes to be a “modern religious scholar,” in this time and age would be allowed to deliver such superstitious sermons on a leading TV channel.  One wonders how Geo TV can tolerate “aalims” of such questionable credentials as they further distract and confuse an already uneducated nation with yet more ignorance.

Importantly, should the TV channels not be concerned that such incorrect, misleading and damaging information is being propagated by them and in their name? Should the channel itself not be held accountable for such jahalat?

82 responses to “Jahil Online: Explaining Why Pakistan is Losing!”

  1. @ WK:
    I would like to second WK here. This post is being more on the personal side. There are things which are more on aqeedat level than logic.

  2. Bin Ismail says:

    In future, the Pakistani cricket team should wear shoes with white soles. Preferably, the astro turf should also be white. Also, each player should be required to spit on the white astro turf, at least 3 times a match. The white on our national flag represents the non-Muslim/Kafir/Murtadd minorities of Pakistan. By wearing shoes with soles of a colour that stands for non-Muslims, we may be able to draw in heavenly blessings and thus win matches in future.

    What will we ever do without enlightened sages like Hazrat Aamir Liaqat and Hazrat Zaid Hamid?

  3. WK says:

    though i have rarely followed aalim online neither i am a fan of aamir liaqat, i think this post on ATP seems to focus more on ruthless criticism and some personal vendetta. overall pakistani media needs to be careful; project the overall picture, rather than ‘i love this and i hate that’ sort of articles.

    i am not supporting the relation between pakistani teams loss with the shoes. however, these are 2 different context here. if you censure a spiritual thought using logic, it’s may not do justice.

    e.g. it is related that hazrat bayazid bistami, a great sufi saint, never ate melon just because the hadith books do not give an account of how prophet ate one. now this does not mean that people stop eating melons. but it simply tells of the personal relations of the saint with the prophet SAW. his ishq of allah’s messenger was at a level that he cannot think of doing a petty thing in a way which prophet did not do for himself.

    the person who called aamir liaqat is speaking in a total different tone of spirituality, which should not be confused with reason. it makes me sad how people ridicule others, without any consideration or giving anyone a little benefit of doubt.

    aamir liaqat said many good things about islam in this video, which we all see to ignore, just taking shoe sole out of it and everyone taking a bite of it

  4. iblees says:

    Next thing you know, such person has gathered his own following — remember what happened with Fazalullah and the Gang in Swat, started with “humorous” fm channels and ended up where? we all know that.

    Its Jang Group / Geo responsibility to keep the junk away from public.

  5. shuja says:

    aamir liaquat is just doing natak on geo tv….

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