Lahore Bleeds … Pakistan Bleeds

FIA building in Lahore Islamabad is equally sad at the suicide bombings and turbulent unrest in Lahore today. Lahore is the heart of Pakistan and at its bleeding … I’ve no words to express my sorrow …!

May Allah bless the souls who had to leave the world this way … and the many (150+ today) be brave enough to cope with life from this day onwards.

At the same time when I’m beaten at this … least to mention the usual outcries.

Where’s the war on terror?

More on BBC.

Picture courtesy BBC.

16 Comments so far

  1. rizwan on March 11th, 2008 @ 9:28 pm

    I ask people of Pakistan to ask Atzaz Hasan to stop playing with emotions of the people of Pakistan. He should have long marches against extremists. This is the most important issue Pakistan faces today. But Atzaz Hasan got paid for only Lawyers movement?

  2. rizwan on March 11th, 2008 @ 10:33 pm

    Atzaz Hasan who is playing with the emotions of the people of Pakistan Thanks Media for supporting Lawyers Movement.Now ask the people of Pakistan that Lawyers movement is Pakistan’s top priority or the terrorism by extremists? You tell me here is the list of events since 2006 they are only increasing. Our Free Media in corrupt Pakistan is busy making happy Asif zardari and Nawaz Sharif who many belive has been funding Lawyers Movement. Don’t we need Long March on extremism not on lawyers movement let the new government take care of that. I do not want media to reply me by saying this started in Musharraf’s time. Yes I know that but what have you done to stop terrorism in Pakistan?
    February 5 A bomb explosion killed 13 people including three army personnel and injured 18 on a Lahore-bound bus en-route from Quetta in Kolpur, Bolan District, Balochistan. No groups claimed of responsibility for the attack.[53]
    March 2 A power suicide car bomb attack in the high security zone near the US Consulate, Karachi, killed four people including a US diplomat.[54]
    March 10 At least 26 people, mostly women and children, were killed in Dera Bugti District, Balochistan after their bus hit a landmine. Both tribal rebels and security forces planted land mines in the area.[55]
    April 11 Over 50 people, including Sunni scholars, were killed in a bomb explosion at a religious gathering celebrating the birthday of Prophet Muhammad in Nishtar Park, Karachi.[56]
    July 14 Allama Hassan Turabi, a Shiite religious scholar and chief of Tehrik-e-Jafaria Pakistan, and his 12-year-old nephew were killed in a suicide attack near his Abbas Town residence. The suicide bomber was later identified as Abdul Karim, a Bangladeshi-speaking, resident of a shantytown in the central city area of Karachi.[57]
    November 8 A suicide bomber killed 42 Pakistani Army soldiers and injured 20 in the northwestern town of Dargai, apparently in retaliation to the Chenagai airstrike which killed 80 people in the same Bajaur region in the previous month.[58]

    [edit] 2007
    January 26 Two people were killed and five injured in a suspected suicide attack in Pakistan. The bomber and a security guard were killed in the blast at the Marriott hotel in the capital Islamabad.[59]
    April 28 Assassination attempt on Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, who is the Interior minister that killed 28 people in Charsadda, NWFP. This time again an attempt on a high ranking officer of Pakistani government was unsuccessful.[60]
    May 12 As many as 50 people were killed and hundreds injured when party workers of opposing parties; MQM, ANP and PPP clash in Karachi. The riots started when rival political rallies take the same route amid lawyers protests for restoration of Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry as the Chief Justice of Supreme Court.
    Main article: 2007 Karachi riots
    May 15 A bomb blast at the local Marhaba hotel in Peshawar killed 24 people and injured 30.[61]

    [edit] July – September
    July 6 President General Pervez Musharraf escaped yet another attempt on his life on Friday morning when around 36 rounds fired at his aircraft from a submachine gun in Rawalpindi missed their target.[62] In another incident, four Pakistan Army troops, including a major and a lieutenant, were killed in an improvised explosive device attack on a military convoy in Dir District – a stronghold of the Jamaat-e-Islami and the banned Tehreek-e-Nafaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammadi.[63]
    July 8 Unidentified gunmen killed three Chinese workers and wounded another near Peshawar in what Pakistani officials said was a terrorist attack apparently linked to the bloody siege of militants at an Islamabad mosque.[64]
    July 12 Seven people including three policemen were killed and several others injured in two suicide attacks, two blasts and a rocket attack in three tribal regions and Swat district in the NWFP.[65]
    July 13 Assailants in Miranshah killed three pro-government tribal leaders, when they were spotted in the city market.[66]
    July 14 At least 23 paramilitary troops died and 27 others injured when a suicide bomber rammed an explosives-packed car into their convoy in Miranshah in one of the deadliest attacks on the security forces in North Waziristan.[67]
    July 15 At least 49 are killed and hundreds injured when suicide attack and car bombs explode throughout NWFP in an apparent retaliation for Lal Masjid operation. 11 security personnel and six civilians were killed and 47 others injured in Matta, Swat District, when suicide bombers smashed two cars packed with explosives into an army convoy, and 25 people were killed and 61 injured when a suicide bomber blew himself up in the Dera Ismail Khan police recruitment center.[68]
    July 17 At least 17 people were killed and 50 injured as a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the venue of the district bar council convention in Islamabad killing mostly Pakistan Peoples Party political workers waiting for the arrival of Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, who was to address a lawyers convention.[69]
    July 19 More than 40 people were killed in three separate bomb attacks. In the first incident, bomb was detonated in a mosque used by military personnel in the north-western town of Kohat, killing at least 11 people. In the second one, 26 people died and 50 were injured in the southern town of Hub, Lasbela District, Balochistan, in an attack apparently targeting Chinese workers. And in the last one, at least seven people were killed and more than 20 injured in a suicide car bombing at a police academy in the north-western town of Hangu.[70]
    July 24 At least nine people including a woman were killed and 40 others injured when unidentified militants fired a barrage of rockets on the civilian population in the northwestern city of Bannu.[71]
    July 27 A suspected suicide bomber killed at least 13 people at Muzaffar hotel in Aabpara, Islamabad Friday after hundreds of stone-throwing protesters clashed with police as the capital’s Red Mosque reopened for the first time since a bloody army raid.[72] The same day Raziq Bugti, former guerrilla commander turned spokesman for the Balochistan government, was shot dead by assailants in Quetta.[73]
    August 2 The police in Sargodha shot dead a suspected suicide bomber after the man failed to detonate the explosives he was wearing. The man, who entered a police training center, killed a policeman before he was gunned down.[74]
    August 4 Nine people were killed and 43 injured when a suicide car bomber triggered an explosion at a busy bus station in Parachinar, Kurram Agency.[75]
    August 15 Two people were killed in a blast at around 9:00am at Saleem Tuition Center in Turlandi, about 30 kilometers from the city of Swabi, NWFP.[76]
    August 26 Four policemen were killed and two others wounded in a suicide attack in the Machaar area of Shangla district.[77]
    September 4 At least 25 people were killed and 66 injured in two suicide bomb blasts in Rawalpindi cantonment’s high security areas during morning rush hour. The first blast took place near Qasim Market where a Defence Ministry bus carrying around 38 civilians and uniformed officials was hit, killing 18 people. Five minutes later, a second blast took place near RA Bazaar, behind General Headquarters. The blast was caused by explosives fixed to a motorcycle, which blew up killing seven people on the spot.[78]
    Main article: September 2007 bombings in Rawalpindi
    September 7 Suspected militants on Friday blew up 63 CD and shoe shops in the town of Mingora in Swat District.[79]
    September 11 At least 17 people, including three security personnel and a woman, were killed and 16 others injured when a 15-year-old suicide bomber blew himself up in a passenger van at Bannu Adda in Dera Ismail Khan district.[80] The same day Omar Ayub Khan’s protocol officer, Liaquat Hussain, was found shot dead near the Northern Bypass in Karachi.[81]
    September 13 At least 20 off-duty commandos were killed and 11 injured in an apparent suicide blast at an army officers’ mess in Tarbela Ghazi, Haripur near Tarbela Dam. The targeted were the Pakistan Army’s special forces unit SSG’s Karar Company.[82]
    September 15 Unidentified assailants shot dead Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam leader and Wafaqul Madaris Vice Chairman Maulana Hassan Jan in the jurisdiction of Yakatoot police station in Peshawar. Hassan, a former MNA, also issued a fatwa against suicide attacks, and he along with a group of Pakistani clerics traveled to Afghanistan in 2001 to convince Mullah Omar that he should expel Osama Bin Laden from Afghanistan to avoid American attacks.[83]
    September 17 Militants blew up a welfare hospital in Mian Mandi bazaar, 10 kilometres northwest of the agency headquarters in Mohmand Agency. Sources said that two explosions were heard at around 2am when the Al Sehat Welfare Hospital building collapsed.[84]

    [edit] October – December
    October 1 A suicide bomber disguised in a woman’s burqa blew himself up at a busy police checkpost in Bannu, NWFP killing at least 16 people including four policemen and injuring 29.[85]
    October 9 A time bomb exploded at Nishtarabad CD-market injuring at least 16 people in Peshawar.[86]
    October 12 Mohmand Taliban publicly behead six "criminals" and lashed three others in the name of Sharia.[87]
    October 18 Attack on Benazir Bhutto convoy killed over 139 in Karachi and sleft more than 450 injured in one of the most deadliest terrorist attacks in Pakistan. Former PM Benazir Bhutto was returning after 8 years of self imposed exile when the bomber struck the convoy killing dozens. Karachi Bombs in Pictures
    Main article: 2007 Karachi bombing
    October 20 At least eight people were killed and 28 injured when a powerful bomb planted in a pickup vehicle exploded in Dera Bugti, Balochistan.[88]
    October 25 At least 20 people including 18 troops died and 35 others were injured in a blast aimed at a vehicle carrying Frontier Constabulary (FC) personnel in the troubled Swat district. It was suspected to be a suicide attack.[89]
    October 30 A suicide bomber struck a police checkpoint in the high security zone of Rawalpindi, less than a kilometer from President General Pervez Musharraf’s camp office, killing seven people, three of them policemen, and injuring 31 others. The blast splattered check post of General Tariq Majid, current Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff’s residence.[90]
    November 1 A suicide bomber rammed his motorcycle into a PAF bus near Sargodha, killing seven officers of the Pakistan Air Force stationed at Mushaf Airbase and three civilians on the Faisalabad Road on Thursday morning. 28 people suffered injuries. It is significant that after this event a state of emergency was imposed on the country.[91]
    November 9 A suicide bomber killed at least three people and injured two others when he detonated explosives at the house of Federal Political Affairs Minister Amir Muqam in Peshawar. The minister was unhurt, but a cousin of his was injured. The three dead were policemen guarding the house.[92]
    November 17-19 As many as 94 people were killed and 168 injured in three days of in-fighting between the rival Sunni and Shia sects in Parachinar, Kurram Agency in Pakistani tribal areas, bordering Afghanistan. Only by the fourth day, the army gained control of the area and a ceasefire was maintained in the area.[93]
    November 24 30 people were killed in two suicide attacks in Rawalpindi. In the first incident, a suicide bomber rammed his car into a 72-seater bus parked in front of Ojhri Camp on Murree Road carrying Inter-Services Intelligence officials to work, killing 28 officials and a bystander. The second incident occurred as a second suicide bomber attempted to enter the General Headquarters (GHQ). Upon being asked for identification at the GHQ’s check post, he blew himself up, resulting in the deaths of one security official and a bystander.[94]
    December 9 At least 10 people including three policemen and seven civilians, including two children, perished in a car bombing near Matta, Swat District.[95]
    December 10 A suicide attack on the school bus carrying children during the morning rush injuring seven of them. It was a PAF employees bus and the attack took place near Minhas Airbase, Kamra. It was a second major attack on the Pakistan Air Force after the Sargodha attack.[96]
    December 13 Two suicide bombings near an army checkpost in Quetta killed seven people, including three personnel of the Pakistan Army.[97]
    December 15 A suicide attacker rammed his explosives-laden bicycle into a military checkpost killing five people and injuring 11 others in the first-ever suicide attack in the city of Nowshera. The attack occurred at a checkpoint near the gate of an army school.[98]
    December 17 12 security personnel were killed and five wounded in a suicide attack in the country’s restive northwestern city of Kohat. Victims were members of army’s local football team.[99]
    December 21 On the eve of Eid ul-Adha, a suicide bomb blast again targeted Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao killing at least 57 and injuring over 100 at Jamia Masjid Sherpao, in Charsadda District. Aftab Ahmad survived the blast, but his younger son Mustafa Khan Sherpao, was injured.[100]
    December 23 At least seven people, including a soldier and six civilians, were killed and another 23 wounded as a suicide bomber targeted an army convoy near Mingora.[101]
    December 27: Two-time Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto is assassinated in a shooting and suicide bombing in Rawalpindi’s Liaquat Bagh, killing up to 20 others and injuring many. The site is notorious as the place where former Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan was also assassinated in October 1951.
    Main article: Assassination of Benazir Bhutto
    December 28 At least 33 people, including four policemen, were killed all over Pakistan in the violence that ensued after the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. The situation grew so worse that Sindh Rangers were given orders to shoot-at-sight.[102]
    December 28 A roadside bomb killed nine people, including former PML-Q minister Asfandyar Amirzaib, who is a grandson of Wali-e-Swat, in Swat District.[103]

    [edit] 2008
    January 10 24 people were killed and 73 injured in a suicide attack when the policemen were deliberately targeted outside Lahore High Court before the scheduled lawyer’s protest against the government in provincial capital of Lahore. This attack was first of its kind in Lahore since the start of War on Terrorism.[104]
    January 14 At least 10 people were killed and over 50 wounded when a bomb exploded in Quaidabad. The bomb was planted on a bicycle and it went off during wee hours in a vegetable market in Karachi.[105]
    January 17 At least 12 people were killed and 25 others injured, three of them critically, when a suicide bomber blew himself up in an imambargah in Peshawar.[106]
    February 4 At least 10 people were killed and 27 others injured, when a suicide bomber crashed his bike into an armed forces bus carrying students and officials of Army Medical College, near the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi.[107]
    February 9 At least 25 people died and 35 were injured after a powerful explosion hit an opposition election rally in Charsadda in the north-western Pakistan. The attack targeted ANP, a secular party, one of whose leaders, Fazal-ur-Rehman Atakhail, was assassinated February 7 in Karachi triggering widespread protests. Possible conspirators of the latest attack could be the Islamist Taliban-al-Qaeda nexus operating in the northwestern Pakistan.[108]
    Main article: 2008 Charsadda bombing
    February 11 A suicide attack on a public meeting in Miranshah, North Waziristan left at least eight people dead and a dozen wounded, including a candidate for the National Assembly. It was the second attack on ANP’s election gathering in two days.[109]
    February 16 A suicide bomber rammed his explosive-laden vehicle on the election meeting of Pakistan Peoples Party, the party of the slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in Parachinar, Kurram Agency in northwestern Pakistan. The attack left at least 47 people dead and 150 injured according to Interior Ministry of Pakistan. It was the fourth such attack on PPP’s political workers within a year; two of them targeting the former PPP leader Benazir Bhutto.[110]
    Main article: 2008 Parachinar bombing
    February 18 At least 24 people were killed and nearly 200 were injured in election-related violence across the country on the eve of Pakistani general election, Aaj TV reported.[111]
    February 22 A roadside bomb near the town of Matta, Swat District, NWFP killed at least 13 members of a wedding party and left about a dozen injured. An army spokesman said the bomb had been detonated by remote control. Women and children were among the casualties.[112]
    February 25 Pakistan Army’s top medic Lt Gen Mushtaq Baig was killed, along with the driver and security guard, when a suicide attack ripped apart the vehicle he was traveling in at 2:45pm local time near Army General Headquarters in Rawalpindi. At least 5 other passersby were also killed and 20 injured in the incident. Gen Baig was the highest ranking officer to be killed in Pakistan since the 9/11 attacks.[113]
    February 29 As many as 38 people were killed and 75 injured when a suicide bomber blew himself up in Mingora, Swat District on Friday during the funeral of a senior police officer who had been killed hours earlier in Lakki Marwat in southern part of NWFP. The police DSP was killed along with three other policemen when their vehicle was hit in a roadside bomb earlier in the day. Witnesses said the suicide attack took place when a police party was presenting a gun salute in honor of the slain police officer in a school ground in Mingora town at about 8pm.[114]
    March 2 At least 42 people were killed and 58 injured in a suicide attack, when the bomber struck the meeting of tribal elders and local officials in the town of Darra Adam Khel, a few miles south of Peshawar. The town of Darra was the center of violent clashes earlier in January when the militants took over the Kohat Tunnel that connected Peshawar with Kohat. After the onslaught of security forces to take back the tunnel, the fighting resulted in the deaths of 13 troops and 70 militants.[115]
    March 4 Eight persons were killed and 24 others injured when two suicide bombers blew themselves up in the parking area of the Pakistan Navy War College located in the city of Lahore. It was the first time a Pakistani naval institution was targeted by the militants (Army has been targeted at least eight times outside the war zone and Air Force twice) since the ongoing War on Terrorism in Pakistan in general and post-Lal Masjid siege in particular. This attack on War College was carried out by two suicide attackers, the first one to clear the way for the second one; and the second one to do the damage.[116]
    March 11 At least 24 people were killed and more than 200 wounded in twin suicide bombings in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore. One of the attacks ripped apart Federal Investigation Agency building killing 21, including 16 policemen. The other one hit the posh locality of Model Town, exploding close to Bilawal House, associated with PPP leaders Benazir Bhutto and her husband Asif Ali Zardari.[117]

  3. Adnan Siddiqi (adnansiddiqi) on March 11th, 2008 @ 10:44 pm

    sorry to spoil your mood but your rant is very baised. Karachi has been bleeding for decades but never said that ‘Karachi bleeds-Pakistan’, maybe because it’s not "heart" of Pakistan despite of it feeds entire Pakistan. I would feel pain even if some village in Pakistan suffers like that.

    kindly refrain from such statements in future. I know you have not made it intentionally but it’s a serious requirement to come out of this ‘lore lore aye’ type thingie and think nation wide since you are a blogger rather just another citizen.

  4. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on March 11th, 2008 @ 10:58 pm

    @Adnan Siddiqi: In case you have forgotten … I haven’t.

    No one’s bringing geographical or ethnic bias here … !

  5. Adnan Siddiqi (adnansiddiqi) on March 12th, 2008 @ 12:51 am


    I know you have not made it intentionally but it..

    read again What I wrote above and what actually I pointed out.

  6. rizwan on March 12th, 2008 @ 1:13 am

    discuss the real issues this is been problem for Pakistan we start our own fights and we forget the real issues. Terrorism is the issue need most attention.

  7. riaz on March 12th, 2008 @ 10:23 am

    rizwan u r making me sick with ur comments.u know y taliban are creeping everwyhere? and u know what logic they put forward in defence of their acts? they have taken over in parts of the country because the govt failed to provide law and order, justice and above all jobs to the ppl in those areas.go to any village in nwfp and ask annyone what will he do if some wrong is done to body is going to tell u that they will go to police or look for govt help.they will say that they r going to approach local taliban for remedy.and thats the reason they have bases everywhere.they can strike anywhere ,anytime they want.they provide security to the local ppl and in return get shelter.
    now lets come to the logic they normally put forward when confronted with the question abt rule of govt.they say that if an FA pass fauji can go and take over the country ,then y not us? whats the diff b/w them n us.we r middle and matric , FA pass too.Fauji takes over the country by force of his gun, so here we r.with our guns.lets compete.if its ok for army to capture this country, then y not us?
    These are something which i know thru first hand experience by living in those areas.
    Once I had read on this blog during Lal Masjid crisis that suicide attacks occur in NWFP bcoz there are too many madressas there n Punjab, especially Lahore is safe coz there are very few here. I had argued at that time, that this has nothing to do with madressah per capita (as one blogger had put it).its a fire thats going to engulf all of us.dont think that since u r in Lahore, u r safe. U R NOT.Its sad that the last few weeks have proved my point.

  8. Adnan Siddiqi (adnansiddiqi) on March 12th, 2008 @ 12:39 pm

    it would be pretty ignorant and lame to blame Pakistani Talibans only and not Musharraf. The current situation of Pakistan is due to tussle between left wing fascist Musharraf and right wing extremists Pakistani Taliban. What are they doing is the reaction of what Musharraf does in their area. Now considering Musharraf as an angel just because he’s prince of dreams of few people doesn’t mean ground reality is being accepted. Neither Musharraf is willing to quit seat so are his enemies. What are Mushs’ enemies are not our enemies since we never took tussle with them. Mush always tried to hide himself behind Pakistanis.

    If Mush thinks he is so dignified and glorious person then why teh heck he doesn’t leave the seat and allow we majority of Pakistanis to lead a sane life. If Mush has balls then he should go himself and deal with those guys rather making our life miserable.

  9. rizwan on March 12th, 2008 @ 6:31 pm

    it is shamful for us as a nation that we have again elected the parties whose leaders are known liars,looters and absconders (who left the country on their own choice) while these so called leaders have not even contested the election, but demanding for a resignation of elected president who served the country and completed lot of projects after a long time once a remarkable development achieved during late Field Marshal Ayoub Khan. Mr. Mushraf has given the nation good vision for further progress and to take the country on its high esteem. He has a vision to combate with the shortage of electricity, infrastructure and for poverty allivation. Many projects are under way and some of them have already been completed. He is a leader of words who fulfilled all his promises. It will indeed be bad luck of nation, if we have been deprived of his great leadership. His slogan is Pakistan First and he proved it that he means it and which is evident from his steps he took last year reluctantly in the best interest of country and democracy despite that he knows and we all know that these steps marred his good and highly esteemed image. He received condemnations from within and outside the countries, but he did whatever was in the best interest of nation without caring himself. In election there is very low turn out maximum 35 to 40%, but if there is a referendum for getting the veridct of people whether they want democracy, I am sure there will be 100% turn out in favour of "NO" since nation is being made fool and looted in the name of democracy since 1947. I strongly believe common man of my country has no concern whether any General is in power or so called democratic leaders who are already palaying in wealth and living in luxurious lives, they do have concern with haveing low cost of living, peace, security, employment and other basic needs. Common man is not dying for democracy. These are our politicians who always cary for democracy. Since 1947, Pakistan and Islam are in danger, they always shout these slogans from time to time, but in fact Pakistan and Islam is in danger because of these corrupt politicans.

  10. rizwan on March 12th, 2008 @ 9:05 pm

    Atzaz Hasan says unless Musharraf leaves there will be no Peace in Pakistan. I think Atzaz Hasan is cancer to Pakistan. In other way he is say that he controls the peace of Pakistan. All the suicide bombings will stop if Musharraf leaves? Then Put Atzaz Hasan in Jail. This will stop all the bombings.

  11. rizwan on March 13th, 2008 @ 12:00 am

    I feel for the people of Pakistan , I really do because they have been over and over used by these politicians. Its our tragedy that Pakistan never gave a birth to any credible politician. Here we are today people have no sense of direction and they have lost home but they are just giving a chance to who ever is imposed upon them as a candidate. What else these people can do? I have seen Indians in USA how their self esteem shot up in last few years. And I am happy for them. When Country does better it shows on the faces of people . Our people are so desperate for change they forget they are bring the old thief back,that is beside the point that Zardari has been acting proper showing some good signs. But this also shows the state of the mind of the people in Pakistan. Now to understand Musharraf may be one is required more inteligence or simply one should trust on Musharraf because he is the product of Pakistan Army and he will never think bad of Pakistan.
    To run a country under tremendous pressure and at the same time staying honest will never work. Allah will judge us from our intentions not our deeds. Yes Musharraf may have had made mistakes but no one was willing to sit with Musharraf accept Chouhdries and MQM. Up till now Nawaz Sharif is worried about his own grudges not Pakistan. Musharraf simply worked hard to bring Pakistan to its feet and he would not let these politicians discredit him. Musharraf defiantly has a choice like politicians take the money and run from Pakistan. Ever wonder why he rather die but will not run with the money which is belongs to the people of Pakistan.

    This is called true honesty knowing people have turned against but doing the right thing. Where politicians do not worry about doing right thing but they do what makes people happy. And when the hard time comes they leave country.
    Our country has nothing to offer. We rather fold and hand our country to other country than giving the control to well known X Looters. OR we work on foundation of Pakistan and that is a hard way to success. This includes tough decisions. Army is the only credible institute Pakistan has.They know better about the security of Pakistan. If Musharraf was so wrong why 9 commanders under him did not take him out?
    Because all these guys understand the security of Pakistan better than anyone.
    We people of Pakistan who voted for Zardari , Imagine for a minute these are the people are against Musharraf ? Does this tell you something? Although Zardari is acting much decent than Nawaz Sharif. At least he has learned from his mistakes. Same goes for MQM. Or may be Zardari is acting normal as he wants his son to be the next leader of Pakistan.
    I have been crying on this board i am sure the owner of this board can tell you that I have been saying unite for terrorism and against extremism.
    Today people like Atzaz Hasan and CJ are playing with the emotions of the people of Pakistan but have not given one statement against terrorism which has crippled our country.
    Who knows they are loving all these bombings as they are blinded with the hate of Musharraf rest they do not care.
    I loved this post on other board:
    ShahidnUSA says:
    March 12th, 2008 1:52 pm

    Folks, stay with Mr Musharaf and you would be fine. I do understand that he has made mistakes in the past and he would learn from his mistakes but he would not let Pakistan go into wrong hands aka Mr Nawaz Sharif.

    My jury is still out on Mr Zardari, Mr Aitezaz Ahsan and Mr Makhdoom Amin.
    Stay put and we will see how things plays out.
    Allah bless Pakistan.
    I agree 100 %

  12. zolee on March 13th, 2008 @ 4:33 am

    our people are dying and some of you are starting Karachi Lahore tussle here. Our media is already too busy to show what chaudhry iftikhar is driving and what is the color of aitzaz’s tie while innoncent are being killed. Shame…

  13. rizwan on March 13th, 2008 @ 4:54 am

    I am very sure this image is very emotionally disturbing. This is what our newspapers , TV Media and politicians are expert off , They know how to play with emotion of people. But what media and every body need to do is humiliate these extremists 24/7. This might help decrease in the images of babies like the one you saw on the Jung Newspaper.

    Now after the Lahore blast we heard slogans against Musharraf. This is exactly extremists wanted and we gave it to them. They want to throw Musharraf out. These anti Musharraf slogans will motivate these extremists even more.

    Pakistani people were more wise at the time Pakistan took birth, they had more class in their life. What has happened to us we have no tolerance and we have lost all of our wisdom? I beg free media if you are true Pakistani bring back the love for Pakistan in the hearts of the people of Pakistan by running unity poems and unity talk shows. This is the only hope we have. We need to wake up and smell the coffee , The world is gone far ahead we are still doing nothing but hurting our own country by not promoting patriotism.
    We need poems,peaches,talk shows any and everything on Patriotism. We need people like Tariq Aziz to come and wake up our sleeping souls for Pakistan. We must awake up now. Please enough of sleep already time to get going and show the love for Pakistan. This will make the difference I promise. Free Media and Free Press show the love for Pakistan.

    Screw Atzaz Hasan and CJ , What for them we will drown our country. And Nawaz Sharif you have disappointed us the most. You are the idiot of Pakistan. I thank You Zardari and MQM for acting in good manners.Credit should be given where it is well deserved even if we do not like their past. This is the unity we need.

  14. rizwan on March 13th, 2008 @ 5:08 am

    This post was on one of the blog
    Aaaj jang akhbar mein aik baachi ki tasveer thi.
    aap ne bhi dekhi hogi.
    uskay zakhmi chaharey ko dekh kar.
    mujhe to apni baachi ki shakal nazar aie.
    My answer to this post was in my last post.

  15. wkhang on March 14th, 2008 @ 8:52 pm

    Well I kind of Agree with Rizwan Sahib,
    But I we cant Screw MQM or CJ,
    here are my thoughts,
    When you bleeds I feel pain,
    When I am in pain you should feel it the same way,
    When Lohore or any other city have these kind of blasts we all should feel pain !!

    Lets get those people who are trying to create fight in between us.
    I think India is involved in these kind of blasts, first they send info to our police or FIA that 4 boys are ready to do blasts and they are coming from WANA or Wazirstan or other places, later on they make this happend BLASTS.

    The main idea is to create a fight between us.

  16. rizwan on March 14th, 2008 @ 9:18 pm

    Our country is under attack and Atzaz is worried about CJ. If he truly loves Pakistan then rather than playing with the emotions of Pakistani people he should use his energy against suicide bombings , this might save many people’s life and decrease worry faces we see every where in Pakistan.
    People like Atzaz are cancer to our society as they know they can play with people’s emotions with strong speeches.Would be nice if these speeches are use to humiliating extremists and calming them down resulting in slow down in bombings.
    Atzaz should be placed in house arrest ASAP.

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