Comments on: Bajaur bombing highlights conflicting U.S.-Pakistan interests Perspectives on Pakistan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:31:05 +0000 hourly 1 By: pakistan Tue, 04 Jan 2011 11:45:30 +0000 @777
i am not the kniow all, see my note to Mortal! God bless you, ask fewer questions and meditate to see solutions. We are all in the same boat and are affected by actions of others.
Let us be kind to those who are still living in 16th century for one or other reason. Try to remember the greek whio said war does not solve anything, but destroys more!
A good year to you!

Rex Minor

By: pakistan Tue, 04 Jan 2011 11:37:36 +0000 @Mortal
Your second question about Abu Bakr or Ali; they were not Gods but humans. Perhaps you should ask sunnis and Shia communities why have they choosen different paths to follow? People who are responsible for violence are barbarians and this is human folly too. This is not the blog for religious discussions. But I can tell you using your words that people who kill others for any reasons are simply following the Sikh Gurus philosophies of Last Resort, your words not mine.
There is no fixed criterion for the last resort, the Americans, the Pashtoons, the palastinians, the kashmiris, the Iraqis and mny more are all exercising their right of self defence and Last Resort! Does the last resort makes sense or a justifiable logic, I leave it to indiduals like you! You guys are always using brain and asking questions like a child. What we need is the solutions for peace. if you have some, then say it. I follow Immanuel Kannt and take a leave for my brain and meditate without use of brain and just believe in the divine power and try to see the light and am then able to separate evil from the good. Any one try this and I am sure enlightenment would come his way!

The USA is the main culprit and the rest of the world is following this code.
I personaly would be always on the victim’s side!!!

Rex Minor

By: pakistan Tue, 04 Jan 2011 11:05:57 +0000 @Mortal
Your post with questions;
The last paragraph answers your question stated in the first paragraph. It does not matter what the reason or the circumstance are, preaching violence is not godly.
Rex Minor

By: 777xxx777 Tue, 04 Jan 2011 02:48:01 +0000 @Rex
I agree with all that you say. You are THE Mr Know-All. Fine with you now?? Be happy and live joyfully!!

By: 777xxx777 Tue, 04 Jan 2011 02:46:09 +0000 @KP
Cool man. Basically we both agree that religion and politics is a bad bad mixture. Difference in our opinion is that in your opinion the responsibility of not mixing is on state heads while I say people have to mature. Lets hope our hopes come true in 2011.

Sorry man, I did not mean to degrade anyone but just that Rex’s latin is so very disregardful. But yes I should have ignored.
Quick justice–sometimes I think is this what humanity has descended to??

“Bottomlime is that no religion is perfect & there are plenty of skeletons in everyone’s closet.”

I guess that’s what I have been saying that people use their own heads before blindly following the scriptures/books/teachings considering that there is no guarantee that our ancestors carried the information correctly to us. Pakistan’s mess should be an example for rest.

US is paying the price for creating this mess in first place. As we say in India, those who dig pits for others fall into those pits themselves. US deserved this battering. But trouble is that being a world leader it has got almost everyone sucked into it.

By: rehmat Mon, 03 Jan 2011 22:39:52 +0000 “Taliban chop thief’s hand in Orakzai” hop-thief%E2%80%99s-hand-in-orakzai.html

Quick justice by Taliban continues

By: Mortal1 Mon, 03 Jan 2011 20:00:52 +0000 @”Is it difficult for one to practice “Mind your own religion and leave other religion aside”?”
Posted by rehmat

I agree, this is really a pointless & moronic discussion. Bottomlime is that no religion is perfect & there are plenty of skeletons in everyone’s closet. It’s better the keep the closets shut rather than let the skeletons fight each other.

By: Mortal1 Mon, 03 Jan 2011 19:54:13 +0000 @”From Islam they are blessed to pray to one God, the almighty, life after death and not to indulge in lies”
Posted by pakistan

If that’s the case, can you please explain why have countless muslims lost their lives (& continue to do so) in the Shia-Sunni conflict? Why do sunnis consider Abu Bakr as the caliph while the shias follow Ali? Shouldn’t they all be following just ONE god?

By: Mortal1 Mon, 03 Jan 2011 19:45:47 +0000 @”Sikhs continue to show their unabated loyalty to their Gurus, who have coached and prepared them to live and die in violence.” Posted by pakistan

Can you tell me, which of the sikh gurus preached violence? You need to check your facts before making ignorant remarks about other religions. As per the only sikh scripture (Guru granth sahib, the teachings of all 10 gurus), violence, as a means should be used absolutely as a LAST resort & ONLY in self defense.

By: rehmat Mon, 03 Jan 2011 19:34:52 +0000 For those who are wasting their time even in 2011 on irrelevant discussion—RELIGION—the topic is “Bajaur bombing highlights conflicting U.S.-Pakistan interests”—NOT RELIGION or the supremacy of one over the other.

Is it difficult for one to practice “Mind your own religion and leave other religion aside”?