A one-to-one with Tua’lebaat

we’ve seen lately about the controversy of Lal masjid and the upcoming call of Islamic Revolution by them too … here’s the one-to-one and their point of view discussed on a GEO’s program “Meray Mutabiq” with Dr. Shahid Masood.

Have a look and see if they were able enough to justify their acts, and is Shariah defending them??

I, for one, was not convinced … !

May Allah bless our nation, country and Islam with truth-seeking and tolerant people … amen.

12 Comments so far

  1. ali (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 4:51 am

    I found it a bit amusing that the ninjas were more aggressive and provocative than their maulvi. Or maybe that was the message being sent across. The maulvi can act as the politician and cut deals in exchange for restraining the ninja horde from attacks upon an unassuming populace.

    Secondly, is it just me or does it seem they are not being taught any manners in that madrassa.


  2. DB9 (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 6:27 am

    When the youth especially teenagers dont have a concrete purpose, any activities, hobbies and ways to express themselves such as through visual and performing arts, sports or research and dont have intimacy in life the energy is released in negative ways. This is a perfect example of such disturbed young girls. I feel sorry for them and the society that will have to deal with this.

    What to do: I think the mature ninja’s must be eliminated by force as they cannot be salvaged. The baby ninja’s (teens) should be put in a long-term rehabilitation program that exposes them to Allah’s beautiful world. Where they can interact with Christian & Jewish teens & other faiths exchange views, learn, engage in arts and other activities.


  3. 1967 (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 7:47 am

    I couldnt have agreed more with you DB9. We have an exploding population, 160 Million, and still counting. According to CIA website, an average woman in Pakistan bears 4 children. We are multiplying like rabbits but have no vision, or a a plan how to engage this mass production of human beings in a positve manner. A satisfactory number of youth is considered to be around a ballpark number of 15-20 % of total population in the civilized world. And that’s the number for countries with population under 10 million. For us the figure is around 35%, and that’s for a population of 160 million, so you can do the math yourself. That’s why you see problems every where. In job markets, in terms of opportunity for access to better quality of food and water. We don’t have the systems yet top sustain this heavy load of population growth.

    Mullah’s are never proponants of birth control anyway. They require armies of under educated, and underprivelaged children who could be deployed in manner they deem the most appropriate. The don’t really worry about the quality of human resource, their only concern is the quantity. Add to it the 50% comprising of women, who are totally isolated from society for any positive or healthy particpation. They are required to spend their lives like zombies, with a reptitive set of rituals that they have to adhere to performing night and day monotnously without any rational use of mind. And with no satisfactory systems to manage such numbers, the results you see are infront of you.


  4. JahanAra (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 9:10 am

    I watched the program. First of all I think Shahid Masood was being quite deferential in his interview. He should have asked tougher questions. My other impression was that this was a cult. It has nothing to do with religion. These were brainwashed women. Thirdly, we, as civil society have to speak up, and speak up loudly. I know that WAF is organizing a protest in Pindi. I hope students show up as well.


  5. Fauzan Sohail (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 9:52 am

    Watching that program provided more amusement than enlightenment and understanding of this ‘casue’ for any ‘literate’ man and woman.
    Has any one heard those friday sermons they uploaded on the lal masjid website? That shed a little light on how they have actually brainwashed these people! Also, in a news-clipping by some one from Guardian who went to the mosque it said that they did not allow the reporter to talk with the youth because according to the maulana sahib, ‘they are young and might cause an embaressment to us with what they say.’

    Young, brain-washed, illiterate, and easily convinced… such are the kind of people this cult has massed up.


  6. MQ (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 8:50 pm

    I agree with Jahanara. Civil society must speak up! And speaking up doesn’t mean just making fun of “ninjas” on a website. We should protest — without sticks, of course. There was a protest organized by a civil society group against the Lal Masjid Talibans at Abpara today at 3 PM. Only 50 people showed up! No wonder, we are fast losing ground to the mullahs.


  7. SELF (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 10:10 pm

    MQ, the demonstration video on BBC Urdu site shows demonstrators from various political parties and they seem to be at least in hundreds.


  8. use ur brain and think (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 11:49 pm

    One extreme give rise to another and what is happening around us , we can all see, but we keep our eyes close and mouth shut, as we have reached the lowest level of our Amaan.
    we are scared of people but not of Allah Subhaana Taala.
    what the students did was wrong and they should accept that, they lack the guidance but on the other hand what others are doing is also wrong.Our society have become so much corrupt and at the same time cheap , look at what the well educated people the Lawyers are doing in the next blog, on whom we rely on to handle the situation by words are handling the situation by shoes and slaps.
    we can not rely on the Police , as we all know are the most corrupt of all and followed by all the other organizations.
    name one place where there is no corruption.I bet you all will be thinking for a while.
    All we need is common sense and we have all lost that in the run to get rich and famous.
    Allah Subhaana Taala has given us all Eyes, Ears and Tongue to use. We are given two ears and one tongue , wonder why????
    so that we listen to others more and speak less.
    We need the Knowledge of Quran and I wonder how many of us have read Tafseer.
    Quran have answers to our problems , if only we have time to spare.
    We need a Balance is the society and what we have now is two extremes.


  9. Fauzan (unregistered) on April 6th, 2007 @ 12:57 am

    I heard there were more than 100 women who led a protest rally against the radical mosque, Lal Masjid, in central Islamabad. Any idea if that was the same protest that was at Abpara or a different one?

    http://wecite.wordpress.com/2007/04/05/pakistan-women-rally-against-radical-extremism/


  10. Usman (unregistered) on April 6th, 2007 @ 1:14 am

    I think its about time that we stop looking everything in isolation. Its hard to comment on the way these guys are doing the job but no doubt society has been weakened by many negative influences and that does include western movies, though not all of them dirty but most leave some sort of not so good impression on our sub-conscious mind. Ideally, its government’s job to look after these affairs but sadly there has not been any sincere effort from their part and future looks bleak too. Its a vicious cycle that has been happening from since we got so-called independence.

    I hope things change soon with Allah’s help.


  11. UBD (unregistered) on April 6th, 2007 @ 3:35 am

    Agree with Jahanara, Mr Shahid Masood atleast cross questioning their answer like a analyst or journalist used to do . Seems to me he was scared to talk openly…
    and where r all the lawyers and political parties joh kah protesting a week ago against president all over the Pakistan like maniac, they should also came forward and protest against this issue as well. Now after whole one week they are showing some protest (hardly 100 or 200 people) only in Islamabad and I am pretty much sure most of the protesters comes with NGO’s. The most funny part of this protest is its ending (in front of ISI building). Don’t u guys think it is much appropriated if they protest in front of jamah hafhsah as well? like they did in chief justice case in front of supreme court.


  12. UBD (unregistered) on April 8th, 2007 @ 2:43 am

    Joke is good.But Mr Fauzanadaddy u didn’t get my point here. And I m not gonna explain it to u after reading ur reply with slang word. I can also used these type of word but then what is the difference b/t U and me(burger class). lolz.
    I dont wanna start war here so just cool down and sorry if i hurt ur feeling by any means.
    My advice to u open ur eye and brain and think positive.



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