The Pulwama Clouds of War over India and Pakistan

By CrystalHeart Kazmi (Imran Owais)

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Crystal.Kazmi@gmail.com

The writer believes in taking sides, that of the truth, not of his faith or motherland. Because the first casualty in hatred, even before a single drop of blood is shed, is the truth… to some, this writeup may appear skewed in Pakistan’s favor, but trust me, it isn’t. It is no more than the plain and obvious truth. I have touched upon weaknesses of both sides, more on India’s because I see them that way, not because India isn’t my country, but only because I do see gaffes and mistakes being made and as a sincere friend to Indians consider it my duty to apprise them of the same.

Pulwama – pulling to war

Instead of blood red roses, Valentines’ day 2019 came with a bloody surprise for India: Pulwama attacks in Indian Kashmir, where 40 Indian CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) were killed / martyred in a vehicle based suicide bomb attack. In no time, India apportioned the blame on a Pakistan based organization called Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) which according to the Indians was behind the cowardly attack. This was the Indian version of the story. The Pakistani version as spelt out by the PM and DG ISPR is one of disillusionment and anger at being labelled for a crime without proof, and even aroused to war.

The division of hearts

August 14, 1947 divided India into two parts – Hindu dominated India and Muslim dominated Pakistan, though ironically an equal amount of Muslims as in Pakistan reside in India too. Never in the history of mankind has a nation been divided on the basis of faith. But here we are, literally divided since 1947. This division has cost people their rationality on both sides to varying extents. Anti India rhetoric is as popular in Pakistan as are anti Pakistan chants in India. It comes across as an apocalyptical blood sports of sorts, where apparently sane and educated men and women hurle verbal tirades for the most incomprehensible reasons. After all Hindus and Muslims lived more or less happily together for more than 700 years – and while the advent of the British did teach them table manners, English and perhaps a different outlook on life then making expensive and expansive tombs of their rulers’ lovers.

The British, as they hurriedly left much of Asia and Africa post World War 2, did so sowing the seeds of hatred between a people who were in the balance living harmoniously for centuries despite differences in faith and cultures.

Aftermath of Independence

While Pakistan became an “Islamic Republic” post General Zia’s rule, India claimed secularism oft refuted by the likes of Gujarat Violence of 2002 and lately Cow Vigilantes – ironically both supported by India’s current Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, who to his credit favored decentralisation in governance, though his development effort was skewed in favor of his vote bank in Gujarat than equitably across India.

Modi’s position is rigid on the long standing Kashmir Conflict to which India never agreed to the UN’s proposed solution of a plebiscite – which is the core of the matter. Denying a people the will to decide their future will certainly cause rifts between the rulers and the ruled, a rather short story of Kashmir. No doubt Pakistanis support Kashmir with its roots in the impartially recognized pro Pakistan sentiments in Indian Kashmir, which has more to do with cultural and ethnic bonding then religion alone.

For had religion been the driving factor, Pakistan would have had a very different treatment record with the the then East Pakistan now Bangladesh, or the Mohajirs of Karachi who claimed alienation, the dissatisfaction in Balochistan, KPK and even Southern Punjab – seething internal issues with fellow Muslims.

Similarly in India, the assassination of their late PM Indira Gandhi was a clear sign of the strength of the Khalistan movement, many say that BJP’s weakest link is in the huge South of India! Thus by any magnitude India faces more intense and diverse structural integrity issues, purely due it’s four times larger size, than Pakistan does and also due rigidity in even accepting problems. For unlike India, Pakistan government and military addressed the grievances of the people in Karachi, Balochistan and KPK. India seems to hide it’s head in the sand when it comes to Kashmir or Khalistan, to no avail, and the real reason behind unrest in those areas.

Independence has also given rise to toxic nationalism and fundamentalism on both sides. Pakistan, to it’s fair credit, after the Afghan War with partners in the US and the MidEast, plunged deep into extremism of all sorts, however, post General Musharraf, all COAS’s have primarily fought and largely uprooted at least the militant wings of extremism at a huge loss of life to the army and LEAs’ – in contrast India, as described above, is not even battling Cow Vigilantes or Hindu Extremists, whether in Gujrat, UP or Kashmir or other places at any level! Hindu extremism or Saffron Terror seems to be en vogue in BJP’s india.

India today is perhaps comparable to Pakistan of the 80s – while fundamentalism rose unchecked, and the state legitimized it.

Pakistan, though not officially secular, can boast of fair and reasonable minded Army Generals like the much admired General Tariq Khan who was behind the strategic and tactical annihilation of Taliban along with his worthy fellows like General Kayani, General Raheel Sharif and the current Chief Gen Bajwa, they all favored rationality over “blind faith” a telling lesson perhaps for the Indians in handling unchecked extremism at home. By leaving the “Hindu” cap at home, just like our Generals left the “Muslim” cap at their homes and fought like good soldiers any who spread hatred or weakened the writ of fair governance in the name of religion.

More real than faith – Poverty

India ranks 103/119 on the Global Hunger Index while Pakistan is 3 notches lower at 106. Officially almost half the population is at or below the minimum subsistence level of poverty, unofficially, 98% of India and Pakistan lead a life that will send shivers down the spine of any developed country’s national.

Thus today both nations are at loggerheads with each other, name calling and blaming has been the order of the day and after Pulwama, there is every likelihood of a bloody war that will ultimately leave the impoverished masses relieved of a meaningless existence.

The Rationalists

While India is gung ho in war fever, from tomato wars, to venomous remarks which they swiftly throw back at Pakistan – I would, as a fair and reasonable person above all, state that Imran Khan, the charismatic sportsman and sporty Prime Minister of Pakistan and General Asif Ghafoor, DG ISPR both have clearly resonated two messages, first, that if India provides proof, they would act on the Pulwama murders, and in fact they have even, without India’s cooperation, in the larger regional anti terror interest taken recent action against JeM, and they also want resolution of the outstanding Kashmir issue; the second message is that any aggression by India will not be tolerated by the smaller neighbor but replied with ingenuity, which leaves one’s imagination to “all options on the table” scenario – which could, in turn, mean our worst fears come true of two nuclear capable nations going to war! In contrast one sees abuse on the rise against Muslims in India today, in and outside Indian Kashmir.

What if?

I sincerely and earnestly see the need for Indian leadership introspection, Mr Modi, a strong nationalist, may inspire the average, poor and illiterate Indian to emotions and anger, may even win a re election, but at what cost and risk? If a war indeed breaks out over Pulwama, it will be the 98% poor on both sides who will suffer immeasurably. Their lives are miserable as we speak, their deaths will remind us of the Holocaust, Hiroshima, Nagasaki or the Bubonic Plague.

There are far too many good people in India, and now is the time for them to raise their voice, the Sikhs are speaking out, so should saints like Sri Sri Ravi Shankar of the Art of Living and the common man and woman in India.

The Clouds of War over India and Pakistan are filled with blood, our, the people’s blood, we may be Hindus or Muslims, Christians or Buddhists, Sikhs or Atheists, Gay or Straight, whatever, whoever, we are, our ends will be a despicable and sad chapter in the exploits of humanity against one another. This is the time for unity in peace than in a stark raving mad desire for bloodshed.

A fair view, about the writer

Born to parents whose home was India, UP / Allahabad for my dad and Lucknow for my mother, both migrated and settled in Pakistan, and taught me loyalty to my motherland.

Yet, as I grew up, I am proud to state that above all, I am a fair and reasonable global citizen who was born in a Muslim household in Pakistan – but can easily identify with any good human being, anywhere in the world. However, I have, to the best of my abilities always fought for and upheld the truth then nationalism or religious affiliation.

The truth requires us to see both sides of the situation. Today, when people write about India and Pakistan, they invariably take sides based on their own country of residence, and if someone criticises their government they are automatically labelled “traitors” – and to be fair, some of them may be free and open thinkers, and some may have preferred financial or other gratifications to pursue the “enemy’s cause at home.”

However, between these two extremes of nationalistic zealots who unthinkingly, perhaps some even unknowingly and absolutely insensitively spread hate (as beautifully depicted in Delhi 6, Rang de Basanti and Rajneeti and sometimes with more hatred as at Agent Vinod or Naam Shabana where the fire of division is given more fuel) one finds between these two extremes a small group of rationalists and logical thinkers who tend to see beyond the obvious hate and disdain, into common cultural bonds and a combined positive legacy of coexistence spanning several centuries.

I have formed political parties for the poor of the world, GadhaParty and for the fairer sex, WomenAreVotes and frequently speak on motivation, good (lean) governance, fair law and order, end to religious extremism, peace and anti any form of hatred, at the Rotary Clubs – and all over the world to individuals or groups, in person or on any media. I am not just another talker or writer, I walk my words on the fine line of accountability.

By CrystalHeart Kazmi (Imran Owais)

Cell/Whatsapp +971 55 8094119

Crystal.Kazmi@gmail.com

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Moderate Islam: the formula

This article can change Pakistan from an extremist to a moderate nation and also perhaps the Muslim world I wish educated people support me in this reformation initiative.
 
جناب عمران خان اور ہر پاکستانی سے کچھ سیدھے سیدھے سوال
السلام علیکم
میں ایک عام پاکستانی اور عام مسلمان ہوں. میں آپ سب سے کچھ سوال کرنا چاہتا ہوں اور شاید میں آپ کو ان سوالوں کے جواب خود ہی دے دو کیونکہ مجھے نہیں لگتا آپ ان سوالوں کو شاید سمجھ بھی پائیں گے؟
پہلا سوال کیا پاکستان اسلام کے نام پر بنا تھا؟
دوسرا سوال کیا پاکستان میں اسلامی نظام ہونا چاہیے؟
تیسرا سوال اسلامی نظام کیا ہوتا ہے اور کیا دنیا میں کوئی ایسا ملک ہے جہاں اسلامی نظام چل رہا ہے یا کبھی چلا ہے؟ میں آج کے دور کی بات کر رہا ہوں پندرہ سو سال پہلے کی نہیں۔ آج درجنوں مسلمان ملک ہیں کوئی ایک ایسا ملک جہاں اسلامی نظام چل رہا ہے؟
چوتھا سوال کیا یہ حکومت یا علماء کا کام ہے کے فتوے دیں کون مسلمان ہے اور کون نہیں؟ مثال کے طور پر قادیانیوں کا مسئلہ اور اس کے ساتھ ساتھ ان کے حقوق پر بھی فیصلہ کرنا؟
پانچواں سوال کیا اسلامی نظام کے اندر غیر مسلم یا لادینن اپنے طور طریقے سے رہ سکتے ہیں یا نہیں اور نام کے مسلمان اسلام کے برعکس زندگی گزار سکتے ہیں؟
چھٹا سوال اگر آپ کا جواب 4 اور 5 میں منفی ہے تو کیا اسلامی ریاست میں گناہ کرنا ناممکن ہے؟
ساتواں اور آخری سوال کیا اسلامی نظام اور ترقی مترادف ہیں؟
پہلے سوال کا جواب میں صاف صاف لکھ رہا ہوں، یہ سچ ہے کہ پاکستان اسلام کے نام پر بنا تھا ورنہ 25 کروڑ لوگ پاکستان میں نہ ہوتے۔ بلکہ انڈیا کا حصہ ہو تے اور اپنا گھر بار چھوڑ کر ہجرت نا کرتے۔ لہذا یہ بات تو صاف ہے کہ پاکستان اسلام کے نام پر بنا ہے
دوسرے سوال کا جواب بھی بہت آسان ہے، ایک عام پاکستانی اسلامی نظام چاہتا ہے لیکن پڑھا لکھا پاکستان انگریزی پاکستان چاہتا ہے۔ کیونکہ غریب پاکستانی طاقت میں نہیں ہے اس لئے ریاست میں اسلام کا ہونا ناممکن ہے
تیسرے سوال کا جواب بالکل صاف ہے آج کی تاریخ میں مسلمان ممالک خلفائے راشدین کی مثال سے بہت دور ہیں۔ شاید جب امام مہدی کا اس دنیا میں ظہور ہوگا، جب اسلامی نظام کی بات ہوگی یا جب حضرت عیسی دنیا میں واپس تشریف لائیں گے، اس دن تک میرے خیال میں اسلامی نظام ایک نعرہ ہی رہے گا، جسکی عملی طور پر کوئی حیثیت نہ ہے نہ ہو گی
چوتھے سوال کا جواب بھی بہت آسان ہے میرے خیال میں یہ کسی انسان کو، چاہے وہ کوئی مذہبی عالم ہی کیوں نہ ہوں زیب نہیں دیتا کہ وہ کسی بھی انسان کے دین کے اوپر فتوہ دیں۔ یہ کام قیامت کے دن اللہ تعالی کا ہے، اللہ تعالی کے معاملات میں بولنے کا حق کسی کو نہیں ہے خود اس نے ہر انسان کو اس دنیا میں موقع دیا ہے کہ وہ کونسا رستہ چنیں اگر کوئی انسان مسلمان نہیں ہے، لیکن اپنے آپ کو، جیسے کہ قادیانی یا بہائی ہیں، مسلمان کہنے پر قاصر ہے تو ہم اس کی تصحیح نہیں کرسکتے۔ اس کو ہدایت صرف اور صرف اللہ تعالی دے سکتا ہے ہم ان کے لیے دعا کرسکتے ہیں جیسے ہم باقی انسانیت کے لئے دعا کر سکتے ہیں کہ اللہ ان سب کو ہدایت دے۔ دوسری بات یہ ہے کہ لوگوں کے حقوق ان کی مذہبی سوچ اور روش کی وجہ سے پامال کرنا انتہائی غلط بات ہے جب کہ مسلمانوں کو غیر مسلم ممالک برابر حقوق دیتے ہیں۔ تو یہ بڑے افسوس کی بات ہے کہ ہم کو ان سے بہتر ہونا چاہیے لیکن ہم عملی طور پر ان سے کمتر ہیں۔ آخر میں میں یہ کہنا چاہوں گا کہ یہ اسلامی ریاست کا کام نہیں ہے کہ وہ گناہ کے مواقع روکے ماسوائے اس کے کہ گناہ اور جرم ایک ہوں، مثال کے طور پر قتل کرنا کسی کی آبرو کو نقصان پہنچانا یا چوری ڈکیتی کرنا۔ یہ چیزیں گناہ اور جرم دونوں ہیں لہذا یہ حکومت کا فرض بنتا ہے کہ ان کو روکیں اور سزا دیں۔ لیکن جو چیزیں بس گناہ ہیں مثال کے طور پر شراب پینا یا جیسا کہ مغربی ممالک فہاشی وغیرہ عام ہے، یہ چیزیں گناہ تو ہیں لیکن ان کو طریقے سے معاشرے میں رکھا جا سکتا ہے جیسا کہ مشرق وسطیٰ کے مسلمان ملکوں میں عملی طور پر ہو رہا ہے۔ یہاں پر ان کی اپنی عورتیں حجاب اور مرد اسلامی طریقے سے رہتے ہیں لیکن کوئی روک ٹوک نہیں ہے کہ کوئی مسلمان یا غیر مسلم جو چاہے کرے بس قانون کو نہ توڑے۔ شراب کے نشے میں گاڑی چلانا یہاں پر منع ہے، اور بہت سخت سزا ہے، اسی طرح کسی لڑکی کو اس کی مرضی کے بغیر ہاتھ لگانا بہت بڑا جرم ہے
پانچواں سوال بھی بہت صاف ہے اسلام غیر مسلموں اور لادین کو پورا پورا حق دیتا ہے کہ وہ اپنے مذہب کی روشنی میں زندگی گزاریں، لیکن ہاں کافر یا غیر مسلم ہوں جیسے قادیانی یا بہائی وغیرہ، ان کو یہ حق نہیں دیا جاسکتا کہ وہ مسلمانوں کو ان کے طور طریقے پر رہنے سے روکیں
چھٹا سوال، ایک مزحقہ خیز حقیقت ہے، جو مملکت خداداد پاکستان میں عام سوچ پائی جاتی ہے۔ لوگ یہ سمجھتے ہیں کی اگر ریاست گناہوں کے رستے بند کر دے جو گناہ رک جائیں گے۔ یہ ایک انتہائی بیوقوفانہ اور بچگانہ سوچ ہے۔ مجھے اچھی طرح یاد ہے ضیاء الحق مرحوم شہید کے زمانے میں بھی شراب اور عیاشی پاکستان میں خاص طبقوں میں عام تھی۔ گناہ روکنا ناممکن ہے کیونکہ شیطان اسی کے فروغ کے لئے دن رات کام کر رہا ہے۔ کوئی بھی ملک اسلامی یا غیر اسلامی شیطان کا مقابلہ نہیں کرسکتا۔ شیطان سے مقابلے کا طریقہ مختلف مذاہب میں صاف لکھا ہوا ہے اور وہ انفرادی طور پر ہی کیا جاسکتا ہے۔ یعنی آپ اپنے آپ کو خود گناہ سے روکیں۔ ریاست آپ کو گناہ سے نہیں روک سکتی۔ یہ آپ کا کام ہے، یہ آپ کی جنت، اور آپکی جہنم کا مسئلہ ہے
ساتواں سوال بھی شیشے کی طرح صاف ہے۔ اسلامی ریاست کبھی بھی ترقی کے برعکس نہیں ہو سکتی، کیونکہ اسلام انسان کو دین اور دنیا دونوں میں کامیابی کی تلقین کرتا ہے۔ ترقی کے بغیر دنیا میں کامیابی ناممکن ہے لہذا اسلامی ریاست کو عام مسلمانوں کو اچھی زندگی اور مالی طور پر کامیابی کے مواقع دینا چاہیں۔ افسوس اس بات کا ہے کہ یہ کام مغربی اور غیر مسلم ملکوں میں ہو رہا ہے، اور ہم مسلمان زیادہ تر اس کام میں پیچھے یعنی ہمارے پاس نہ دین ہے اور نہ ہی دنیا
اب آپ چند منٹوں کے لئے میرے جوابوں کو نظرانداز کیجئے اور اپنا قیمتی وقت میری برائی کرنے میں ضائع نہ کریں، اور اپنے لئے گناہ کا سامان نہ جمع کربں، بلکہ بذات خود جو سات سوال اوپر لکھے ہیں، جن کے جواب میں نے خود بھی دیے ہیں، انکا آپ اپنی طرف سے جواب دیں۔ یہ مردوں کی اور مسلمانوں کی بات ہوگی۔ اگر اللہ نے آپ کو ہمت، عقل اور دانش دی ہے تو بسم اللہ کیجئے۔ آپکا بھای
عمران اویس کاظمی
 

What makes TLP (Tehreek Labaik Pakistan) different from PTM, BLA, MQM and other anti-state actors?

By CrystalHeart, BlahBlah.info +92 320 5345555

To the naked eye, Khadim Rizvi’s abusive tirade against the government and the army is a clear sign of his being anti Pakistan, to the wary, it is only the tip of the iceberg.

If one sees their pamphlets and videos that I have often shared, few things are pretty clear. First off, PTM, BLA and MQM had obvious funding of Indian RAW and perhaps others too, “my lips are sealed” for the reader can certainly read between the lines. Their aim was division and destruction of Pakistan and a civil war or hatred as a means to that end.

TLP is different, they started off on matters of faith, it is true that the elites of Pakistan and the middle classes comprising no more than 2-5% of the total population depending on city or locality have zero interest in Pakistan’s “Islamic” heritage, for all they care (and I do, unfortunately, belong to that category) Pakistan should have bars and massage parlors and complete religious freedom. In short, disowning the two nation theory and Pakistan’s founding principles and rationale. For them “progress” and “material well being” be it in the form of “foreign” investments, dam(n)s or other “tools of Western progress” are the sole aim for Pakistan. Blasphemy and Hudood have no place in their Pakistan, nor do mosques with blaring sermons, and please do excuse the “jihad” or “Islamic heritage” rhetoric – this then is the TWO DIVIDES of Pakistan.

This is where TLP likes stand up and question through the moral compass of the masses just what and where is it that we are headed as a nation?

I may not agree with them say for 80% of their demands, maybe you, an English reading / speaking person may not either, but does that change the FACT that 98% of Pakistan thinks at polar opposites to where you and I stand?

Now, truth be told, the 2% elites and middle classes with their government and army are no joke! It isn’t humanly possible, or so it appears, for the 98% to enforce their will on them. And then to add to Sun-Tzu like rhetoric or George Orwell’s for that matter, the leaders speaking of an “Islamic Caliph based democracy” and “Musafir Khanas” and “Murghi Schemes” are all to endear the 98% to their covert agenda of de Islamisation and de radicalisation of Pakistan. Honestly had I been in government I would have not been very different BUT on one count. I would have been COMPLETELY TRANSPARENT with the PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN – the 98% and told them that “guys, this is it, keep Islam in your homes for Islam cannot feed you or clothe you and your families, we need Western concepts and a way of life to do all that as you can see in other so called brotherly Muslim countries too, progress, capitalism and religious de escalation seem to go hand in hand in today’s world” – the people would have killed me or loved me, I couldn’t say so as I never was in that position that Imran Khan is today!

Now Imran Khan and his government is playing on a very fine line, if I were you I would not openly lie to 250 million people, I will tell it like it is to them, let the people decide if they are ready to pay the price of progress with their faith, and if they are, let them! You, Sir are a facilitator, you are the conduit through which the will and desires of people are to be met. But to impose your agenda and giving it the impression of being the will of the people whether you speak of Caliphs or Musafir Khanas is no more for the intelligent then throwing dust in their eyes.

TLP is simply a sensor, a data gathering point which is telling you that people aren’t quite “ready” for your radical progressive moves that put Islam – their r’aison d’etre, in the back seat. You need to build confidence of the masses that the path you have chosen may not be Islamic but will certainly give them good jobs, more money, better cars and a better standard of living, and then, let THEM decide and your job will become a lot easier.

I could see the slaves of Pharaohs’ in the shape of the masses of Pakistan, please do not demean and ridicule them with your state machinery and (mis)information campaigns, treat them like RESPECTABLE people and share with them your ideals and plans WITHOUT any fear or apprehension. They trust you and you alone can help them swallow the bitter pill of leaving their religion aside for the sake of material progress. That is the ultimate aim, let that be known, understood, agreed with and followed Sir! Don’t play more games, please or the outcome may be far worse then you envision or what your advisors tell you!

The writer is the founder of GadhaParty.com and WomenAreVotes.com focusing on the abused and the poor be they women or the masses.

What makes TLP (Tehreek Labaik Pakistan) different from PTM, BLA, MQM and other anti-state actors?

By CrystalHeart, BlahBlah.info +92 320 5345555

To the naked eye, Khadim Rizvi’s abusive tirade against the government and the army is a clear sign of his being anti Pakistan, to the wary, it is only the tip of the iceberg.

If one sees their pamphlets and videos that I have often shared, few things are pretty clear. First off, PTM, BLA and MQM had obvious funding of Indian RAW and perhaps others too, “my lips are sealed” for the reader can certainly read between the lines. Their aim was division and destruction of Pakistan and a civil war or hatred as a means to that end.

TLP is different, they started off on matters of faith, it is true that the elites of Pakistan and the middle classes comprising no more than 2-5% of the total population depending on city or locality have zero interest in Pakistan’s “Islamic” heritage, for all they care (and I do, unfortunately, belong to that category) Pakistan should have bars and massage parlors and complete religious freedom. In short, disowning the two nation theory and Pakistan’s founding principles and rationale. For them “progress” and “material well being” be it in the form of “foreign” investments, dam(n)s or other “tools of Western progress” are the sole aim for Pakistan. Blasphemy and Hudood have no place in their Pakistan, nor do mosques with blaring sermons, and please do excuse the “jihad” or “Islamic heritage” rhetoric – this then is the TWO DIVIDES of Pakistan.

This is where TLP likes stand up and question through the moral compass of the masses just what and where is it that we are headed as a nation?

I may not agree with them say for 80% of their demands, maybe you, an English reading / speaking person may not either, but does that change the FACT that 98% of Pakistan thinks at polar opposites to where you and I stand?

Now, truth be told, the 2% elites and middle classes with their government and army are no joke! It isn’t humanly possible, or so it appears, for the 98% to enforce their will on them. And then to add to Sun-Tzu like rhetoric or George Orwell’s for that matter, the leaders speaking of an “Islamic Caliph based democracy” and “Musafir Khanas” and “Murghi Schemes” are all to endear the 98% to their covert agenda of de Islamisation and de radicalisation of Pakistan. Honestly had I been in government I would have not been very different BUT on one count. I would have been COMPLETELY TRANSPARENT with the PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN – the 98% and told them that “guys, this is it, keep Islam in your homes for Islam cannot feed you or clothe you and your families, we need Western concepts and a way of life to do all that as you can see in other so called brotherly Muslim countries too, progress, capitalism and religious de escalation seem to go hand in hand in today’s world” – the people would have killed me or loved me, I couldn’t say so as I never was in that position that Imran Khan is today!

Now Imran Khan and his government is playing on a very fine line, if I were you I would not openly lie to 250 million people, I will tell it like it is to them, let the people decide if they are ready to pay the price of progress with their faith, and if they are, let them! You, Sir are a facilitator, you are the conduit through which the will and desires of people are to be met. But to impose your agenda and giving it the impression of being the will of the people whether you speak of Caliphs or Musafir Khanas is no more for the intelligent then throwing dust in their eyes.

TLP is simply a sensor, a data gathering point which is telling you that people aren’t quite “ready” for your radical progressive moves that put Islam – their r’aison d’etre, in the back seat. You need to build confidence of the masses that the path you have chosen may not be Islamic but will certainly give them good jobs, more money, better cars and a better standard of living, and then, let THEM decide and your job will become a lot easier.

I could see the slaves of Pharaohs’ in the shape of the masses of Pakistan, please do not demean and ridicule them with your state machinery and (mis)information campaigns, treat them like RESPECTABLE people and share with them your ideals and plans WITHOUT any fear or apprehension. They trust you and you alone can help them swallow the bitter pill of leaving their religion aside for the sake of material progress. That is the ultimate aim, let that be known, understood, agreed with and followed Sir! Don’t play more games, please or the outcome may be far worse then you envision or what your advisors tell you!

The writer is the founder of GadhaParty.com and WomenAreVotes.com focusing on the abused and the poor be they women or the masses.

Imran’s Century

It’s a century! 105 days of Imran Khan (CrystalHeart BlahBlah.info)

Leader’s come and leaders go. Some spend years, some even decades, but no one counts 100 days of a leader, unless they’re unbearable, or euphoric.

Imran Khan, the newest, freshest and perhaps most loved leader of Pakistan was never one out of sight of controversy, whether in cricket or with women and later in politics. He promised a lot for the first 100 days, some tried to hold him to his word to the letter, but many settled for the fact that for the first time the run rate of the nation was going up.

He is perhaps the most respectable beggar in recent history, the more he begs for his nation’s plight of untold, unwanted loans gone the way of corruption by his many predecessors, the more he is endeared to the people who brought him in, which was a vast majority unlike the case of his critic, President Donald Trump who had to rely on age old Electoral College.

At his very start Imran set the tone of leadership by leaving the “White House” of the Prime Minister of Pakistan and settling into a modest three bedroom house with just 2 assistants, compared to hundreds as customary in Pakistani leaders history. He proved religious tolerance by taking on religious thugs on the front foot, upholding the Supreme Court’s decision of freeing an innocent Christian women Asia Bibi held captive for years. He showed the middle finger to all thugs and encroachers, big or small. Right from day 1 he won the hearts of Indian Cricketers, his former foes in cricket and those of the marginalised Sikh community of India.

He is not perfect, his decisions have flaws, his team has flaws, what the heck, the world has flaws too!

But none can deny a simple fact: Imran rules hearts, while other leaders rule just lands. He’s not just a leader of Pakistan, Imran Khan is an inspiration to all existing or wannabe leaders of the world.

His legacy will live way beyond his brief years of governance. Wish him well by living his spirit of fighting AGAINST corrupt and abusive tyrants, fighting FOR the poor and helpless and above all upholding the rule of law.

The writer is a proud acquaintance of Imran Khan and his friends & family, and delighted that at long last his country is, finally, in safe, well deserving hands.

UN SDGs

IMPORTANT: I’m in New York till Oct 10, 2018 reachable +19293026969 thereafter +971558094119

I am a “mini UN” on my own, a one man show on the path to change the world, SDGs can empower both of us if you take the time and effort to see MY efforts you will perhaps have a mouth wide open, the people who developed SDGs and I have, in parallel to a large extent working on similar tracks, I am not showcasing all here just a fraction for you to “safely digest”

Speaker on peace and anti terrorism to NEW YORK CITY ROTARY CLUBS (ask John German or Helen Reisler about me) tinyurl.com/CHKRotary
WomenAreVotes.com read the WHOLE site, not a lot of info
GadhaParty.com an eye opener on good governance and poverty alleviation (similar changepakistannow.wordpress.com)
BlahBlah.info a mind opener
LearningPays.wordpress.com break off terror with education
imranokazmi.wordpress.com/mecompress-release one of your SDGs speaks of reducing traffic accident related deaths to zero, here’s how

There’s a lot LOT more to be discussed face to face, please FIND the time

CrystalHeart Kazmi
Chief Thinking Officer, http://www.CrsCube.com
Founder, http://www.WomenAreVotes.com
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The price of speaking the truth!

My answer to those Muslims (like most I know, my misfortune perhaps) hating Ahmedis or Non Muslims in general or vice versa:

Don’t hate anyone for their faith. They’re simply obeying their parents. Also the same God you believe in made them too. If He loves you why would hate them? Maybe He wants you to approach humanity with love then the hatred you so often display

Let go of hate. I don’t promise you heaven or hell but peace on Earth, logically speaking

Also the latest smear campaign against me is that I’m accepting money from

Jews
Christians
Ahmedis
(They missed Hindus, Buddhists, Atheists and Cannibals I guess that’ll be part 2 most praising me I mean hating, I believe are in the last category anyway)

To speak in their favor!!!

Now for the last 16 years no one had paid me a DIME for writing anything on social media

If indeed you think my words are so amazing ❤️ then send me a private message and I’ll forward my bank details hahahaha

The problem is quite simple and straightforward. I always speak my mind. And my mind tells me that my Muslim ‘brothers and sisters’ are overly negative when it comes to other faiths and unfair in my view. I make it known. And receive life threats, abuses and awesome hatred in return. So far without any profit 👹but like I said do feel free to express your appreciation monetarily. I will use it to take my good friends Tariq Khan Farooq H Malik Javaid Dara Akhtar Janjua Kicki Johnson Thérèse Lepage Lachapelle-Bhatnagar Theresa Curnow James Kushner Suzanne Sheppard K Jo Kj Kirkland Michael Angelo Tata Michael Bouldin Brian Kilty Edward Jones John Longman Shahid Ayaz Shahid Latif and Shah Alam Douglas Wakefield apologies if missed any dear ones on a DEEP OCEAN CRUISE. So Godspeed with the good work!