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Pakistan and the protest on Ishq-e-Rasool (pbuh)

September 21, 2012

Pakistan wrote a new chapter in its history on Friday (mind you public holiday announced for Ishq-e-Rasool pbuh). The violent protests in which our people damaged our own property will be remembered for long as we remember December 27, 2007 -the day of death of Benazir Bhutto former PM of Pakistan.

A church in Mardan, numerous cinema houses, banks and other valuable property was torched in Karachi and Peshawar to show the anger to the west especially America. Few thousands of young people took to streets and did this on behalf of over 180 million people of Pakistan.

This has certainly not helped Pakistan at any level. May be the spineless government of PPP may have realized now that they have made a big mistake in handling the protests on the anti-muslim film made in US.

The protests could have been peaceful and perhaps that will convey our message truly to the outer world. Violence always breeds violence. We lost dozens of our country fellowmen and burned our property without gaining anything. So who won and who lost is not very difficult to find out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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