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A Revolutionary Perspective of Shaykh ul Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir ul Qadri

Recent Developments It is no secret that over the past few years, Shaykh ul Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir ul Qadri has become one of the most discussed personalities throughout Pakistan and beyond. Where there is love and adoration, there also stems hatred, confusion and despise. This is in no way a recent development; throughout history … Continue reading

Flawed Justice

Our world faced a new wave of terrorism after the sad incident of 9/11.Pakistan became a frontline state of war against terror and as a consequence it sunk further into this dark abyss which we call “terrorism”. Instead of fighting against terror, we became victims of terror. Why we became victims is in itself a great debate, there are many factors and hidden realities which need to be revealed before we answer this question. Continue reading

The Powerful Role of Pakistan’s Media

Malcolm X is famously known for having said: “The media’s the most powerful entity on earth. They have the power to make the innocent guilty and to make the guilty innocent, and that’s power. Because they control the minds of the masses.” Indeed the media is extremely powerful in controlling the minds of the masses, … Continue reading

Qaid-e-Azam’s House Burns, Soldiers Are Martyred And The Earth Quakes

At a time where we see nothing but misery, death, bloodshed and poverty blackening the pure land of Pakistan, it is a wonder what the cause of such heavy grief is. Have we been abandoned by Almighty Allah? One verse from the Noble Qur’an explains clearly, “And whatever misfortune befalls you (comes upon you) as … Continue reading

A Tribute to the Martyrs of 1965

Youm-e-Difa, 6th September known as ‘Defense Day’, is a day of celebration and reflection for all Pakistanis to honor the sacrifice of our valiant soldiers who were martyred in the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965. Our courageous soldiers successfully defended Lahore, Sialkot and other important areas within Pakistan from the enemy and ensured WE THE NATION remained safe and protected. … Continue reading

A National Tribute to the Sons of the Pak Sar Zameen

Every day that passes, one cannot forget the blessed Army of Pakistan and its sacrifices for keeping Pakistan alive. Had it not been for our brave soldiers, the enemy would have long destroyed this country that Qaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (May Allah bless his Soul) sought so passionately for. The 6th of September is … Continue reading

By-Elections or Deja Vu of 11th May?

The By-Election fever has gripped everyone once again. Amidst all this euphoria, the whole nation it seems, has forgotten the how it was fooled by the seemingly free and honest Election Commission and Returning Officers just 4 months ago in May. Will someone please explain to me how can we expect any good from this … Continue reading

What’s Making The Floods Worse in Pakistan?

This is the third year in a row that floods have wrecked havoc through villages and cities in the low lying areas of Pakistan almost 300000 people have been affected and 108 people have lost their lives. Although floods are a natural calamity and it`ll be utter foolishness to blame anyone for the floods. Pakistan … Continue reading

The Problem With Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

In January 2011, or perhaps well before, one of Pakistan’s most nearest and dearest cricketers, Imran Khan began his election campaign for May 2013. The campaign hit home; his slogans were change “tabdeeli” and “insaaf” justice – what more could a change-deprived, justice-deprived society ask for? The election campaign was fervent and alive, with marches … Continue reading

The Crisis in Balochistan

What is the protocol for a Prime Minister or a Member of National Assembly when contracts are given to foreign investments? Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attests that he will end the energy crisis that we are currently facing but his steps to overcome such a crisis are extremely dubious and are raising alarm bells all … Continue reading

Freedom Of Expression Or Well-Masked Oppression?

Not long ago, the majority of us were celebrating Independence Day with as much passion as we could muster; but the question arises, how free are we? It wasn’t long before the new Government came into power for the citizens of Pakistan to take to the streets once again. The people of Faisalabad were in … Continue reading