Islamabad Vs Karachi

Got this off Islamabad Metblogs, posted by Asma here.

Caption the Image

The image originally appeared in Dailytimes

24 Comments so far

  1. MB (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 6:12 pm

    More than ISLO vs KHI it represents the following:-

    But these are separate angles :

    1. The retards vs the sensible
    2. The have vs the haven’t
    3. The difference of interpretation of faith
    4. The two sides of one coin


  2. newb3e (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 6:20 pm

    both sides doesnt represent true Islam.
    aurat veil may dunda pakar kur budmashi karay yeh t shirt phan kur murd kay samany jump maray its not true Islam .


  3. peace (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 7:16 pm

    “Danda sab ka peer hay”

    i personally hate the ones towards the left and dont have much love for the one who is in the ‘right’


  4. MB (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 7:17 pm

    @PEACE
    Hey you picked a very interesting point.

    The only thing that is common in both is THE DUNDA

    lolz


  5. Raza (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 7:22 pm

    Diametrical Women of Pakistan


  6. Ali (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 7:48 pm

    well…the only reason behind these issues is, we try to impose our views on others. If one wants to wear a burqa fine…if one not than its her choice (bikini is not justified)…

    We dont have to force….if you carry good qualities people will going to pay attention to you and listen what you say….

    Women being more than 50 % of our population…why they are not in shoulder to shoulder with man…reason is not islam….islam was liberal from the start…Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) wife use to trade… so, don’t make issues out of nothing be a right critique and let people do what ever they want….and create good examples so people follow you…not they try to hide from you. lal masjid mufti or imam whteve he must have given speeches and try to educate people about islam rather than being on roads with no particular reason…

    **frustrated –> kab aqal aae ghi in ko!!!!!!!!


  7. Mohsin Raza (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 8:47 pm

    first there were “Talibans” now there are “Talibats”!


  8. Arsalaan Haleem (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 9:18 pm

    Extremist Vs Enlightened.


  9. d0ct0r (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 10:31 pm

    does that lady athlete also have to face the wrath of gun touting paramilitary commandos like those madarsa ladies?


  10. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 10:43 pm

    The nation can see the invisible danda of USA over Musharraf regime but the guy himself is unaware of Danda. He will feel the danda when DC people will hit hard on his empty skull.


  11. pkhan (unregistered) on April 17th, 2007 @ 11:01 pm

    @ Nadaaan Siddiqui,,,,LOOKS LIKE YOU ARE ALWAYS DREAMING ABOUT AMERICA? Who’s DANDA YOU ARE FEELING?


  12. Red_Munk!! (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 1:37 am

    Great post Ali, couldnt have said it better. If Allah has given us choices to make in life, we should not impose our opinions on ppl. (Extremist or “Enlightened Modernists”).

    Caption: The cast of TMNT 2 on sets.


  13. wasiq (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 4:00 am

    agar south africa sey hee harna tha toh Bangladesh to haraney ki kya jarurat thi….!

    now this has nothing to do with what the Aussie girl said about the bangladeshi’s attitude towards pakistanis in australia and elsewhere….in her recent comments….the bangladeshis caused two massive upsets in this world cup by beating india and south africa….if they were of that standard they should have beaten up ireland very easily….hain naa??

    sermaay kay bhokay sheroun ney
    mehnaat kay rdaay-warrd palley hain…..


  14. KhiTorPit (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 7:42 am

    The caption should be like hhhmmm

    Aurat ka inteqam

    or

    Aurat kay do roop


  15. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 11:04 am

    Dear arsalan, is Cricket Muhammad Yusuf an elightened soul or extreemist?


  16. Abdullah (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 11:37 am

    This picture is the true reflection of our extreme mentality. We ourselves propogating extremes by presenting this type of picture.

    I am not talking in connection with religion, in perspective of cultural values, can anyone support the dress of women which they wear in games in presence of thosands of unknown strangers men.


  17. Arsalaan Haleem (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 12:02 pm

    Adnan, that is a very good question. To me, M. Yousuf appears to be neither. To me, he seems plain and simple…….CONFUSED.

    But then, if I was in his place – a Muslim Convert – I too, would had been confused, especially, in this day and age and more so, in this country, where people cannot, up till this day, distinguish, what is right and wrong, what is acceptable and unacceptable, both in worldly matters and in lieu of Islam.

    Hope that clarifies…..cheers:-))


  18. Arsalaan Haleem (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 12:03 pm

    Adnan, that is a very good question. To me, M. Yousuf appears to be neither. To me, he seems plain and simple…….CONFUSED.

    But then, if I was in his place – a Muslim Convert – I too, would had been confused, especially, in this day and age and more so, in this country, where people cannot, up till this day, distinguish, what is right and wrong, what is acceptable and unacceptable, both in worldly matters and in lieu of Islam.

    Hope that clarifies…..cheers:-))


  19. Jogie (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 1:10 pm

    koooo kooooooo koooo koooooooo…..
    Burkay kay peeechay kya hai ??? burkay kay peeechay?? ..
    burkay kay peechay kya hai???? burkay kay peechay???
    ………hmmmm… burkay mein “mush” hai mera…
    ……….hmmmm… burkay mein “bush” hai mera….
    ……. ;)


  20. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 1:44 pm

    Arsalan no its not clear to me. Who’s confused here? you or yousuf?


  21. JayJay (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 3:38 pm

    Caption: Darness vs Hope

    For the “confused” state of mind of a covert, read this article

    http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_11-3-2004_pg3_3

    “For a moment, let us imagine a reverse scenario, a Muslim converting, say, to Christianity or, Heaven forbid, Hinduism or Buddhism, in a Muslim country. It defies imagination. There is unanimity among clerics from the various Islamic schools of thought that the penalty for an apostate (murtid) is death, the only disagreement being whether the execution should occur instantly or after the murtid has been given an opportunity to recant and return to the fold of Islam. So sure is the punishment and so strong the attendant social and family pressures that it is unthinkable for Muslims ever to openly question any aspect of their religion, let alone convert to another or to practice agnosticism or atheism.”

    “Scepticism and free enquiry about religion, culture and tradition have long been banished from Muslim societies and homes, with the obvious result that these countries have become stagnant and regressive. While this has not prevented many individuals from covertly abandoning or renouncing their Islamic faith, they have been forced to keep their apostasy secret from their families and societies. For their part, however, Muslims from America to Argentina and from Norway to New Zealand celebrate and count the conversions to Islam from other faiths, working overtime to bring them about and even boasting that it is the fastest-growing religion in the world.”


  22. JayJay (unregistered) on April 18th, 2007 @ 3:40 pm

    *convert


  23. wasiq (unregistered) on April 19th, 2007 @ 1:53 am

    The Irish stew…..I’m lov’in it…!Ra pa pap pa paa


  24. miqbalji@hotmail.com (unregistered) on April 26th, 2007 @ 6:27 pm

    Khotoon ka sarprast haq prast



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