2 6th April, 1984 –Blackout

History of Pakistan, from the very outset, has been blemished by grisly incidents including infamous resolutions, unwanted wars and silly coup d’états. The country is not which our ancestors dreamt of. Extremism turned out to be an undefeatable monster which devoured almost everything leaving the state into a scrawny skeleton. Due to this monster, the […]


“Why NO to Sharia-law”

Are religion and logic two poles apart? For some they are, and for others they aren’t. The freedom of thought and expression tinged with rationality and logic is (unrealistically or realistically) believed to be the propriety of ‘liberals’ only. Per contra, the peculiarities such as bigotry, fanaticism, narrow-mindedness, unreason et al are being considered to […]

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The Indefensible Silence of Media over the Sickening Slaughter of Qudoos

Every time I gripped my pen to write about the most sickening murder, imagery of deceased Master Abdul Qudoos would incapacitate my fingers to paralysis and my senses to numbness. I, too, am considerably cognizant of my disability to meet with the requisites of this very sore subject. The spokesman of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – […]


To be an Ahmadi is a crime in Pakistan

The other day JuD held a rally in Satellite Town near Holy Family Hospital, Rawalpindi. The purpose of this rally was to protest against the unconstitutional activities of Ahmadis. Ahmadis are the most peaceful community on earth. Do you think I exaggerate by calling them ‘the most peaceful community on earth’? If so; please see […]


The Phenomenon of Celebrating Qadri

The phenomenon of celebrating Qadri continues to be confusion in the heads of us Pakistanis. May you argue by your delusional optimism that majority of the people in Pakistan condemn the assassination of Salman Taseer, yet the factual figure would remain unchanged. The truth, though bitter, is that most of the Pakistanis, instead of condemning […]

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The Pinnacle of Blasphemy

“Any person of the Quadiani group or the Lahori group (who call themselves ‘Ahmadis’ or by any other name) who directly or indirectly, poses himself as a Muslim, or calls, or refers to, his faith as Islam, or preaches or propagates his faith, by words, either spoken or written, or by visible representations, or in […]

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Extremism, Part of Our Blood

We, as a nation, have something more in our blood than mere ‘red cells’, ‘white cells’ and ‘platelets’. As a matter of fact the laboratory of ‘sanity and justice’ carried a blood test of the nation which discovered an additional element in our blood. This malicious element running in our veins affects our senses and […]

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An anecdote (probably famous with Buddhists) is worth quoting; “Once upon a time there was a little boy with a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he should hammer a nail in the fence. The first day the boy had driven […]

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Why Become a Diarist?

Chronicles are one of the significant genres in Literature of any Language. Much of the history known to us has been derived out of these chronicles. If one is interested in the history of English language, literature or people, the chronicles are inevitable. You come across various affairs in your daily rounds which are hard […]

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