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Ah han =)))

15 Comments so far

  1. hin33 on May 8th, 2008 @ 6:29 pm

    caught in the moment.. hehehheheehhe


  2. hin33 on May 8th, 2008 @ 6:30 pm

    by the way.. where in isl is this?

  3. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on May 8th, 2008 @ 9:04 pm

    probably outside Shaheen or DWatsons’ Super :)

  4. wkhang on May 8th, 2008 @ 10:59 pm

    Ah Kash !!

    She can come out of it !!!

  5. hin33 on May 8th, 2008 @ 11:30 pm

    snap out ov it wkhang….

    the poster image has gone under tons and tons of image retouching, air brushing of the skin.. perfecting each and every feature… lighting etc etc… she can’t come to life.. she is a product of some image enhancing software.. :P

    oh and i totally forgot how ,many layers of makeup she must have made to wear for this shoot… ooooooo this is too oo tooooo oooo far from reality/

    i think regular isl girls.. as i remember from 10 yrs ago… are far better looking in their natural skin and simplistic attires … lok around you buddy

  6. azface on May 9th, 2008 @ 5:58 pm


    Apologies in advance for going on a complete tangent but I am struggling to attain an author status on this forum.

    I just wanted to share an event I will be atending in London this Saturday. It’s call Pangea Day and its purpose is to bring people together through the power of film. Hundreds of people have opted to watch/ attend/ broadcast the live video feed globally. There is a big event planned in London with hundreds gathering at Somerset House to watch films made by ordinary people from around the world. I would be thrilled if one from Pakistan makes an appearance! In addition to the films, Bob Geldof, Christiane Amanpour and Daniel Pearl’s wife will be there to speak and support the event.

    You can read about the event and watch the trailer online here:

    No doubt I am looking forward to the event.

    However, I would love for Pakistanis to share in this experience if not physically then online. There will be a free online live feed tomorrow (Saturday May 10th). More information on how to view is on this link:

    I would be delighted to hear your views about the event over the coming few days. You can reach me on


  7. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on May 10th, 2008 @ 1:52 pm

    wkhang: arghh! and read my reply to Hin33.

    hin33: well said .. thumbs up for detailing the details :) But the thing is why he or for that matter anyone else should look around. If we can ask to spend our lives following Islam (I’m referring to his comment a few posts earlier) we should start the rectification from OUR own self. Islam asks men to lower their eyes when they come across women … No?

    azface: Ah han very nice … but I’m thinking why do u need author status here to publish a london based event?

  8. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on May 10th, 2008 @ 1:55 pm

    ps: bluntness is needed at places …

  9. wkhang on May 11th, 2008 @ 1:26 am


    Yeah I agreed with you that all males should lower their eyes when any female cross near by him or confront. Well as per me I try my best to fallow this rule and also other rules of Islam.

    To be honestly I am against of all those females who show bit nudity while they fashion her self. Also I do against those males who does not fallow the PATH of Our Mohammad (PBUH – SAW).

    Islamabad is at the moment is really civilized, growing fast, fashion is on the fast track, growing media, shows, theaters etc, are well in business, as per advertisements WAOO all over PK big pictures of Half Nude Girls are every where just to attract the business.

    My question still stand here, are we fallowing The DEVIL or Islam ? Lets not forget Earthquake, Allah shows us all the time his presence and remind or send an message that " Oh people get back on track ", otherwise he can turn the earth up and down as he did in past for those who were on the same track what we are on at the moment.

    No Offence to anyone here just my thoughts : ),


  10. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on May 11th, 2008 @ 2:47 am

    Leave whats going on around. Things were there and they would remain so. Fight your own demons so that when the time comes I can say to Allah that I tried my best towards rectification of my Nafs.

    No further discussion by me on the topic here.

  11. azface on May 11th, 2008 @ 3:55 am

    Firstly, let me clarify that I am a Pakistani residing in London and the reason for my rather un-related but potentially useful post was to promote a global event called Pangea Day. I stood nothing to gain from it apart from sharing the experience with some Pakistanis albeit if online. Seems there isn’t much interest amongst Pakistanis to learn apart from delivering religiously motivated sermons to others.

    While Indians were beaming in live via Mumbai and sharing in the event with the whole global community, some Pakistanis are still boxed up in their tiny mindsets.

    Asmamirza – if you would’ve read my post properly, you would’ve understood why I wanted to share the event even though it was in London. Also, I think most of the comments to this seemingly innocent glance are extremely perverse and violent in nature.

    Kill the hate…and free your minds

  12. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on May 11th, 2008 @ 2:55 pm

    1. Its a metro blog … what’s been reported in posts is widely city centric. Yet we give our commentators liberty to post whichever event and happening they want the people in here to know. Thats why the comments here are not edited. As for my query to YOU above. We strictly allow only people residing in ISLAMABAD reporting largely about ISLAMABAD (city specific – can be any city of the metblogs group) to become authors of the blog

    Thanks for mentioning about the day. I was unaware of its existence and my bad, I still can’t figure two and two out. Probably if you can brief us on details of it … what good it is actually bringing? I’m sure our readers will benefit from it too.

    2. Also for the part in which you think we need to kill the hate and the comments here are violent. I felt the same too .. personal attacks is not something I admire .. that’s why I refrained from any comments here forth.

    Sigh … yours needed clarification too.

    Thanks nevertheless for giving us details about whats happening on the other side of globe !!

    And welcome to Islamabad Metblogs.

  13. azface on May 11th, 2008 @ 4:05 pm

    I appreciate the response and the restraint which you showed. With hindsight, my post was rather blunt but trust me I felt sorry for the state of affairs on this thread and wished every Pakistani would break free from this conservatism in their minds and hearts…I’m not promoting vice here but I personally think the boy shown in the picture probably just wants to escape the living reality for a freer and more progressive society.

    On your comment related to ‘lowering eyes in front of girls’, well that is as absurd a rule as to suggest women should salute men whenever they pass one. We were all born free and I feel respect is earned not just demanded. I believe all women should stop expecting sympathy and respect and learn to break from the shackles of Pakistani society…go and challenge men in their home ground of business, politics, sport, philanthropy etc.

    Anyway, I think I have added my two cents worth here…

    In my

  14. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on May 11th, 2008 @ 8:55 pm

    Ahh teh poor guy is probably juts talking to someone down the step … who knows? It’s just the angle and nothing much Im sure.

    As for lowering the eyes/gaze part; I’m totally in disagreement. Quran very clearly says in Surah e Nur: Tell the believing men to lower their gaze . The message is clear and enough. The respect and regard in eyes of beholder speaks of the person, isn’t it so?

  15. hin33 on May 12th, 2008 @ 7:48 pm

    wkhang: are you regretting your ‘ Ah Kash !!

    She can come out of it !!!" comment :)

    hota hai hota hai .. its ok :)

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