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Citizens Criminals Police Liaison Cars (CCPLC)

Citizens Criminals Police Liaison Cars (CCPLC)

Naeem Sadiq Sindh can add one more feather to its unenviable inventory of achievements. The Sindh police, based on the notion of “equal opportunity for all classes” has come out with a car numbering scheme that enables the same car to be used by any citizen, criminal or policeman. In simple words, the car is painted, numbered and suitably monogrammed in a manner that it meets all three requirements simultaneously. The manufacturing process of this unique … Read entire article »

Filed under: Army, Pakistan, Secterainism, Sindh, Terrorism, violence, Zarb-E-Azb

Peshawar Army Public School Attack – Time to prepare

Peshawar Army Public School Attack – Time to prepare

Dr. Jahanzeb Effendi The anger, frustration, disappointment, and rage cannot be expressed in words. The dastardly terrorist attack on 16th Dec, 2014, targeting the students and staff of the Army Public School on Warsak Road , Peshawar has shocked not just Pakistan, but the entire world. It is time Pakistan realizes that they no longer have the luxury of fighting conventional warfare. War is no longer limited to the battlefield. It has come into the streets, neighborhoods, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Afghanistan, Children, Pakistan, Peshawar, Taliban, Terrorism, violence, war, Zarb-E-Azb

مذہبی رواداری

مذہبی رواداری

تحریر: محمد شعیب عادل پیرس میں چارلی ایبڈو( ایک طنزیہ میگزین) کے دفتر میں دہشت گردی اور بارہ افراد کے بہیمانہ قتل کے بعد مسلمان حلقوں میں ایک بار پھر عدم برداشت اور عدم رواداری کے موضوع پر بحث شروع ہو گئی ہے۔ مسلمانوں کی ایک بڑی تعداد نے اس واقعے کی مذمت کی ہے اور سوال اٹھایا ہے کہ آزادی اظہار رائے کی کوئی تو حد ہونی چاہیے؟ کیا آزادی اظہار رائے کے پردے میں … Read entire article »

Filed under: Blasphemy, Free Speech, Islam for Peace, Islamism, Pakistan, Religion, Terrorism, Urdu, World

DON’T LIE TO ME

DON’T LIE TO ME

By Shaheera Syed We advocate for freedom of expression but we are against freedom for practicing religion. We chant slogans of liberty, equality and justice but we slander, disrespect and mock anyone who doesn’t adhere to what we believe in.Hypocrisy.Hypocrisy.It’s everywhere! The seemingly endless bigoted, offensive and biased anti-Islamic commentary of people like Judge Jeanine or Bill Maherin the wake of the recent attack on Charlie Hebdoare enough to boil the blood of even a pacifist. Dramatic … Read entire article »

Filed under: Activism, Citizens, Democracy, Europe, Free Speech, Islam, Pak Tea House, Pakistan, Politics, Religion, Terrorism, violence

Kal school khul rahe haiN

Kal school khul rahe haiN

Malik Omaid Kal school khul rahe haiN Ghareb aaram se soyeN ge Kyun keh in ke paas Taleem jesi mehengi khushyaaN dene ke liye Sarmayay ki kami hai Aur restoranon gerajon aur fektriyon ko Hanooz dehshat gardi ka samna nahiN Woh aram se soyeN ge —— Kal school Khul rahe haiN Sarmayah jin ke ghroN ki bandi hai Khafeef andeshoN aur wehmoN ke sath Woh bhi aram se soyen ge Phone achuke haiN Yaqeen dihani ke DewareN qad adam aur baRen lag chuki haiN Hifazati amlah bhi baRha diya gya hai ‘Janab hum … Read entire article »

Filed under: Children, Education, Pakistan, poetry, poverty, Society, Taliban, Terrorism, Urdu

ملٹری کورٹس

ملٹری کورٹس

تحریر:محمد شعیب عادل سوشل میڈیا پر کسی نے خوب کہا ہے کہ کوئی سال پہلے سویلین حکومت ایک فوجی کو سزا دینے چلی تھی مگر سال بعد فوجی اپنی عدالتیں بنا کر سویلین کو لٹکانے چلے ہیں۔۔۔ ملٹری کورٹس کی نوبت کیوں آئی ؟اس میں نواز حکومت کی نااہلی کا بھی عمل دخل ہے جو دہشت گردوں کے خلاف کوئی ٹھوس کاروائی کرنے کی بجائے ذاتی رنجشوں پر آگئی اور ایک میڈیا گروپ کے ساتھ مل … Read entire article »

Filed under: Constitution, Democracy, Judiciary, Pakistan, peace, Peshawar, Taliban, Terrorism, Urdu, war, Zarb-E-Azb

Terrorism in Rawalpindi

Malik Omaid This short peom of Raza Rumi uncovers the hypocrisy of the leadership and the Muslim world which is helping the terrorists to continue their ‘Holy mission’ in Pakistan and all over the world. The Usual routine. Terrorism in Rawalpindi: Outrage Condemnations Sectarian point-scoring Foreign Hand Arrests Bails Freedom Until next target… #Pakistan — Raza Rumi (@Razarumi) January 10, 2015 The apologetic behavior with out countering the narrative which helps to fuel extremism. “This is not Islam” “Muslims can’t do this” “Well OK they are misled” “Hang them – now” “Relatives of victims forgave them” The End. — Raza Rumi (@Razarumi) January 10, 2015 The Irony. You incited Provoked me I had no option But to kill I can’t draw,can’t write I can’t rally My killing is not the issue Your provocation is! — Raza Rumi (@Razarumi) January 10, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Blasphemy, Islam, Islam for Peace, Pak Tea House, Pakistan, poetry, Raza Rumi, Religion, Storify, Taliban, Terrorism, Twitter

Media lacked clarity against Terrorists in Pakistan

Media lacked clarity against Terrorists in Pakistan

The clear reaction by French Media against the terrorists who attacked the french satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo made Raza Rumi point towards the lack of clarity in Pakistani Urdu Media against terrorists in the country.   [View the story "Media lacked clarity against Terrorists in Pakistan" on Storify] … Read entire article »

Filed under: journalism, Media, Pakistan, Raza Rumi, Religion, Secterainism, Storify, Taliban, Terrorism, Twitter, violence

Raza Rumi says state is soft against anti India Jihadists, talks about Lakhvi and post-Peshawar Attack Scenario on Al Jazeera

Malik Omaid Raza Rumi talked with Al Jazeera on prime suspect of Mumbai attack, Zaki ul Rahman Lakhvi being bailed out by Pakistani court. Here is the transcript of the discussion and the video. Raza Rumi says state is soft against anti India… by razarumi1 Al Jazeera: Prime Minister of Pakistan says we will no longer have the policy of Good Taliban and the bad Taliban we are going to go after all of them, since the summer they have done operation Zarb-e-Azb in Waziristan, you know a huge campaign to go against the extremists however just now this week they said they are going o give the master mind of the 2008 Mumbai bombings, the terrorists attacks Zaki ul Rahman Lakhvi, they have just arrested him again, so what kind of signal … Read entire article »

Filed under: Judiciary, Pakistan, Raza Rumi, south asia, Taliban, Terrorism, violence, war, Zarb-E-Azb

فوجی عدالتوں کا قیام، ضرورت اور اہمیت

فوجی عدالتوں کا قیام، ضرورت اور اہمیت

تحریر: ڈاکٹر ابرار ماجد پاکستان آج ایک انتہائی اہم موڑ پر کھڑاہے۔ پاکستان کا سب سے بڑا مسئلہ دہشت گردی ہے جس کا سدباب ہماری بقاء، امن اور ترقی کے لیے انتہائی ضروری ہے۔ پشاور والے انتہائی دردناک واقعہ کے بعد پاکستان کی تمام کی تمام سیاسی جماعتیں اور عوام اس فیصلہ پر متفق ہیں کہ ہمیں اس دہشت گردی کے خلاف اب فیصلہ کن حکمت عملی اپنانا ہوگی۔ پارلیمنٹ کے اندر موجود تمام جماعتوں نے … Read entire article »

Filed under: Al Qaeda, Army, Constitution, Democracy, Judiciary, Justice, Opinion, Pakistan, Taliban, Terrorism, Urdu

Common enemy of Pakistan and Pakistanis

Common enemy of Pakistan and Pakistanis

By Shehla Ahmad In the wake of the recent and tragic attack at a school in Peshawar which resulted in over 130 innocent children being massacred, many seemed optimistic that this sad incident may become a turning point in opening the eyes of the Pakistani nation against their real enemy. However, after only a few days on December 22, Geo TV Pakistan aired a morning show hosted by Aamir Liaquat Husain.  In this program one of … Read entire article »

Filed under: Citizens, Islam for Peace, Media, minorities, New Writers, Pakistan, Religion, Secterainism, Terrorism

Celebration of murder

Celebration of murder

by Saad Hafiz Pakistan is a country permanently roiled by political chaos and militant jihadism. On December 16, 2014, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) attacked the Army Public School in Peshawar, leaving 141 dead, including 132 schoolchildren. Unconfirmed reports indicate that children from military families were separated from their peers and shot in the head. The TTP spokesperson announced that the Peshawar attack was in retaliation to Operation Zarb-e-Azb (sharp and cutting strike), the Pakistani army’s move … Read entire article »

Filed under: Democracy, Islamism, Justice, minorities, Opinion, Pakistan, Peshawar, Secterainism, Taliban, Terrorism, violence, war, Zarb-E-Azb

THE “NAAN ROTI TANDOOR” SECURITY POLICY

THE “NAAN ROTI TANDOOR” SECURITY POLICY

By Saira A. Nizami In the wake of the gruesome attack in Peshawar school killing 132 children, Pakistan’s interior minister Chaudhry Nisar gave a press conference on December 21, 2014. He began by announcing of providing an alert system, which is a helpline to alert of anything that seems suspicious and for all to be alert for security. In an example of what could be “suspicious,” he suggested that madrassahs are not to be blamed for terrorism, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Pak Tea House, Pakistan, Peshawar, Politics, Short Story, Terrorism, violence

Bloody-isms

Bloody-isms

Andaleeb Rizvi I wrote a long time ago that our threshold of feelings- good-bad, happy-sad, elated-depressed- for everything just keeps increasing. One smoked half a joint and moved on to two joints a day, as half lost its kick after some time. There were days when a single bomb blast with no deaths depressed us for days. Then came a time when we continued with our life even after a series of bombs and several deaths. We … Read entire article »

Filed under: Al Qaeda, Children, Opinion, Peshawar, Taliban, Terrorism, violence, war, Zarb-E-Azb

دہشت گردکامیاب ہورہے ہیں، دس کھلی کھلی نشانیاں!

دہشت گردکامیاب ہورہے ہیں، دس کھلی کھلی نشانیاں!

ملک عمید آپریشن ضرب عضب جاری ہے اور پشاور حملوں کے بعد ہم روز وزیرستان کے دور دراز علاقوں میں بے نام دہشت گردوں کے مرنے کی خبریں سنتے ہیں، ساتھ ہی ساتھ یہ بھی معلوم پڑتا ہے کہ کیسے ہم ان دہشت گردوں کے خلاف کامیابیاں سمیٹ رہے ہیں، مگر یقین جانیے اس آپریشن میں تو ہم کامیابی پا ہی رہے ہوں گے مگر دہشت گردی کی روک تھام میں نہیں بلکہ اس معاملے میں … Read entire article »

Filed under: Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, Army, Islamism, Middle East, Opinion, Peshawar, south asia, Taliban, Terrorism, violence, war, Zarb-E-Azb