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October 21, 2009

Yes you can change, Yes I can change, Yes we can change

Filed under: Politics — aurangzebawan @ 5:51 am

This article  contains the  thoughts of a common man in Pakistan elaborated by, Muhammad Arshad who is also a very well known writer and a very Kind, gentle and loving person.

First we must recognize our enemy:  As ordained  by the Almighty, “Yahood-o-Nasara kabhi tumharey dost nahi ho saktey ”  (Al-Quran) and “Yahood-o-Nasara ko dost nah banao, woh aik dosray kay dost hain aur jis nain un ko dost banaya, woh un main say ho gaya” (Al-Quran).  I never want to be a part of  those who are killing my own Muslim brethren, even if they are right now on the wrong path but they are forced to do that because of our so called “Mohib-e-Watan Democratic Rulers  and the Army”. Yes, there should be no compromise on the unity of Pakistan but on what price? War Against Terror?  First of all the terror has bever been defined by fraternity of nations i.e. the United  Nations. The Jihadis of the yesterday, when they were waging a heroic struggle against USSR, have become terrorists of today just because today they are struggling to evict the master of the Pakistan Politician, civil and military bureacy from Afghanistan and also from Pakistan. Is the war on terror our war?  No!  Never! Now here arises. What we have  gained or lost by siding with the War on Terror? The single and sole commodity the Pakistanis had in abundance by virtue of Islam, was the unity and we have lost   the same. The example of USSR is before us. Stockpiles of weaponry, either conventional or strategic, could not guarantee its survival and ultimately the USSR dismembered.  Pakistan is a no match even to nuclear minnows. Huh this war was  neither our war even yesterday nor today and nor will be tomorrow. So please don’t promote the product which has never been ours.

On the other hand, about joining the hands together for brighter Pakistan, yes I am with every one wants to do so but I have a few  reservations. One is, when there was a movement for restoration of  the Chief Justice, the whole nation was on its toes but when the innocent kinds were being slaughtered in Lal Masja, Jamia Hafsa, Madarassahs of NWFP and the Pathans in their own homes, their homes supposed to be the place of peace, by the American Drones being operated and controlled from our own territory, no one came and comes out on the roads. Why? Are the masses of Pakistan have become impotent. If they can come on the roads to save the Chief Justice of Pakistan, they also cauld  come on the roads to save the innocent kids  who were butchered just for demanding Islam, the very basis and the ideology behind the creation of Pakistan. So we ourselves have rendered the ideology of Pakistan null and void. Realistically speaking, we the Muslims of the Indian sub-continent have very unluckily been deceived by our Quaids, who had nothing to do with Islam, but were actually seculars at the core of their hearts and fully westernized. It was a very clumsy stroke of bad luck that the creation of Pakistan took place at the hands of seculars – the infidels – since there is no concept of secularism in Islam. If the creation of Pakistan had taken place at the hands of the Servants of God, it would have been in a very different condition – certainly very splendid. 60 years have passed and we are still in doubt, whether this country was created as a secular entity or a laboratory for Islam.   So we are like a  wayfarer who has no idea of his destination that where he has to go. A great  desert of uncertainty is sprawling in front of him and he is certainly doomed to perish in the vastness of this desert. Le1  us recall the days when the movement for Pakistan was on and the single and sole slogan being chanted by the Muslim masses of the Indian sub-continent was “Pakistan ka matalab kaya, La Illah Il Alla”. The destination was crystal clear. They wanted a country which could become a laboratory of Islam and the Muslims could lead a life according to the precepts of Islam. But what has happened to their dreams?  All have been shattered. Is there any way out.  Yes! Certainly! Shun the war on terror and also the America. Just impose the Islam in its true letter and spirit and pull away the ground under the feet of so called terrorists. Just imagine, what would be left with them to wage a war against Pakistan.

These things will never change as long as the US army is in occupation of our neighboring country, on our border, meddling in our affairs, our politicians, military and civil bureaucracy taking exotic dictation and remains servile to their personal and alien interests. Whatever administrative measures, either erection of walls around the government installations or their fortification, nothing is going to pay off and you will have to talk to them and sort the matter as it should be. Otherwise, in the nut shell, presently, Pakistan is like a rudderless ship that has spun out of control and ultimately doomed.

“Yes you can change, Yes I can change, Yes we can change”

How is the question?

My Answer is:

  1. Say “Yes to Allah” Follow the Quran in its true letter and spirit but  not as elaborated by some illiterate Mullahs.
  2. Believe “This war is against our Way of Living which is Islam, and they are terrified from it (some of us also fall in this category).
  3. Say “NO MORE” to US.
  4. Dispose off your duties honestly and believe that  it is  for your Pakistan and do not waste your valuable time”
  5. Always help others without demanding any remuneration.
  6. Love tyour youngers and respect your elders.
  7. Be a Proud Pakistani (always expect  for good, do not dishearten by bad news)
  8. Put a heroic struggle in every sphere of life  for Pakistan without thinking “What I can do”. Just do  always whatever you can.
  9. Think for future generations too but not only  for yourself.

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