Comments on: Pakistan’s Ahmadi killings and the conscience of a nation Perspectives on Pakistan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:31:05 +0000 hourly 1 By: MTKhan Sun, 01 Aug 2010 17:22:31 +0000 Allama Iqbal very rightly in his work Jawab-e-Shikwa:-

“Munfait ek hai is qaum ki, nuqsaan bhi ek,
Ek hi sab ka nabi, din bhi, imaan bhi ek,

Harm-e-paak bhi, Allah bhi, Quran bhi ek,
Kuchh bari baat thi hote jo musalmaan bhi ek”


Common to the race entire is their gain or loss,
Common is their faith and creed, common too the Rasul(Prophet) of God;

One Kaaba, one Allah, and one Quran inspire their heart,
Why can’t the Muslims then behave like a single lot?

The above is self explanatory…

By: fundamentalyst Tue, 13 Jul 2010 16:47:54 +0000 okey…..from your column i think you wanna say that Ahmadis are the only people under attack in Pakistan and portraying yourself the only victims…..common, you are doing more than a good job for promoting your cause and express your anger but may be grinding everyone in the process!!!

My friend all the country is under attack. Other mosques and shrines are under attack also. Pakistanis are dying everywhere even when in waziristan or tribal areas. No one is raising his voice when a pakistani is killed there.

You are privileged enough to express ur anger and raise your voice freely from Pakistan but not some other people, whose lives are just like cattle and one could slaughter them any time.

So stop whining, its a time to stand together if you are a Pakistani. Talk about unity at this critical time. Dont bring religion into it as every country has its laws and constitution. so lets see further.

I strongly condemn the brutal attack on your mosques and also every attack on innocent human beings even if its the drone attacks.

By: kEiThZ Wed, 07 Jul 2010 16:39:57 +0000 I am starting to see the treatment of Ahmadis in Pakistan less in a fascistic light and as more of an apartheid. Like Apartheid era South Africa, Pakistan has a legal framework that justifies de jure second class status for Ahmadis. What makes this poignant is that it goes above and beyond the de facto second class status accorded to all other minority groups.

If you really look at it, there are some real striking similarities between how South Africa delegitimizes Blacks and how Pakistan is doing the same to the Ahmadis.

By: kEiThZ Mon, 21 Jun 2010 14:04:34 +0000 USamahmed had the same opinions as zakir Naik. That explains why Pakistanis like him think it’s okay to kill Ahmadis.

It’s a fascistic, supremacist ideology not too far from the Nazi state of mind. Substitute race for religion and they are the same.

By: RajeevK Fri, 18 Jun 2010 21:35:45 +0000 watch Dr. Zaik Naik, an Indian Muslim (not a representative of Indian Muslims), explaining Non-Muslims in Muslims countries qn (see utube above).He is banned entry in UK (see the linkabove).

By: RajeevK Fri, 18 Jun 2010 21:27:17 +0000 activating

By: RajeevK Fri, 18 Jun 2010 21:19:26 +0000 article?AID=/20100619/FOREIGN/706189834/ 1135

By: RajeevK Fri, 18 Jun 2010 21:19:06 +0000 Hg

By: RajeevK Fri, 18 Jun 2010 21:16:30 +0000 Keith/G-W:

@this question arises why “Pakistan” has special problem with all religion-related issues relative to other Muslims.

–There is a saying in Punjabi which if roughly translated means “new Mullah is more radical”. By extending its scope, it means the new converts (all religions—not just Islam) are desperate to prove their religious loyalty or follow the book by the letter. It also is true for a new nation like Pakistan, which ideologically was built on religious grounds.

By: RajeevK Fri, 18 Jun 2010 21:15:15 +0000 what’s up with Reuter’s site…..does not allow comments to be uploaded