I am Mujahid from Saudi Arabia. I want to ask a question through this channel.
World watches instantly via internet what’s going on. News and comments posted via Internet are probably being read by nations across the world. I am one of them. Hence please don’t be frustrated.
On Saturday 14th March at a National Peace Symposium in London, a thousand delegates of all faiths prayed for World peace. Infact I was sitting next to a Christian Vicar from Lahore. The very next day I was shocked to learn of the horrific attacks against Christians in Lahore.
Stepping into a posh restaurant I had the opinion that I will be served high quality food, at least the ambiance made me believe so. From the immaculate dining lounge to the shining crockery and silverware everything was just perfect.
As the media frenzy regarding Khan’s wedding continues, we see that today Imran khan spoke to the media for a short while, after having his Walima lunch at a madrassa.
Yesterday, Tuesday 16th December 2014, 132 pupils, 9 staff were killed and 125 injured at Peshawar’s Army Public School. Indeed it is Pakistan’s darkest day, a new depth has been reached. Words cannot express the horrific events that took place. This has not just caused outrage in Pakistan but also internationally.
I saw that familiar green sweater that once was mine. Except, this sweater was drenched in blood unlike mine. Yesterday I remember losing my strength to move, to think, to speak. My body went numb while my heart bled. There was something trickling down my cheek, a tear. I wiped it away but soon fresh tears took its place and I knew I couldn’t wipe these tears away. Not for long anyway. Because the devastating scene unfolding in front of me demanded the shed of tears.
Behavior that involves physical force intended to hurt others is very common in the world full of brutality; even then, majority find it upsetting and strongly condemn such types of violent acts.
President Musharraf’s recent ARY News interview with Dr. Moeed Pirzada and Fawad Chaudhry showed a man in the proverbial hot seat.
Setting aside political speeches of different leaders with full of platitudes, I must say that Imran Khan has nailed it. In my opinion, PPP has lost the luster it once possessed. Especially with PTI’s fame, PPP has been rendered irrelevant. Now, their fight is to gain some relevance, to gather some momentum.