Posted on March 8, 2011
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49 responses to “MNA Asiya Nasir Asks Tough Questions: Who Will Answer Them?”

  1. Sara says:

    Excellent speech. Inspiring, tough and yet very patriotic. Proud of you Madam,

  2. Adnan Ahmad says:

    MQ, I couldn’t help but smile at your Naseem Hijaazi comment (NOT at AHsan). A couple of my extremely sharp high school friends were into his novels and the dig gets deeper when I think of them.. :) On an unrelated note, any quip on the crowd that every now and then quotes “zara num ho to ye mutti..” line here on ATP and then tacitly seeks wah wah.. :)

  3. sidhas says:

    Its a sad situation.

  4. AHsn says:

    Dear MQ,

    There is no need of going through the books of Naseem Hijazi or any other religious authority. Look at the flag of Saudi Arabia the guardian of K’aba and Islam.

    You will find that a sword and the Holy Book are the emblems of Islam. So, I insist that a Mujaahid should have a talwaar in one hand and QurA^n in the other hand and not shamsheer –o- sanaaN as you (or Iqbal!) have been claiming.