A conspiracy by Infidels or a Lamha-e-Fikria

This is near Mai Kolachi besides Beach Luxury sea side. Nothing seems abnormal here but check next pics . .



And then complain that why GOD is not happy with us or something like . . . ye bi India Amreeka or Yahudiun ki sazish hai . . .

[Images from Fiasal Qureshi’s Ankahi, forwarded through different sources]

21 Comments so far

  1. fas4u on January 17th, 2009 @ 5:49 pm

    This is what happens when religion is hijacked by Mulvi and Mullahs who teach such solutions to our illiterate public as how to dispose off Quran if it is damaged. This is real shame on us.

    May Allah give guidance to these people to stop doing this sin.


  2. بستنی (wasiq) on January 17th, 2009 @ 11:48 pm

    the million dollar question is why the paper did not dissolve or sink in the sea…?
    I see fowl play here..!


  3. fareen on January 18th, 2009 @ 12:58 am

    I am rendered speechless….


  4. Syed Johny (johny) on January 18th, 2009 @ 2:51 pm

    @ Wasiq

    its see water not acid dude!


  5. Syed Johny (johny) on January 18th, 2009 @ 3:05 pm

    *Sea water


  6. kabirdas on January 18th, 2009 @ 10:57 pm

    1. This is the recommended method of disposal of holy Quran by our so called Ulma-e-Karam.
    2. If it does not work in a harbour because of tide we may change the procedure and resort to its burial in the ground, or destruction in a shredder or by burning. What is the harm in using either of these methods or anyother such method when the object is the same?
    3. It is a good thing to dispose of Quran in some such manner. However,I don’t think God will have such an uneasy vanity as to be offended by those who fail to dispose of Quran in some such manner.
    4. I would like to know where in Quran the procedure for the disposal of damaged Quran is laid down and that it will be a sin if this procedure is not followed.
    5. I don’t think it is such a matter which can be looked at as the consipiracy of the infidels or calls for a Lamah-e-Fikria unless of course if we have not got anything better to do in life which unfortunately seems to be the case.


  7. barrister on January 19th, 2009 @ 6:35 am

    LOL. Right On, Captain Jack Sparrow :)


  8. kabirdas on January 19th, 2009 @ 6:17 pm

    Hey, barrister my friend glad you showed up. I was getting worried because of your absence from KMB. Thought may be you have been blocked out from KMB by PZ’s and may need my help to get you onboard.

    Glad you didn’t label me an infidel. Calling me Captain Kabir Das or Captain Jack Sparrow or Captain Hornblower is ok by me. JO CHAHAY AAP KA HUSSAN-E-KIRSHMA-SAZ KARAY


  9. barrister on January 20th, 2009 @ 1:18 am

    Aasoodgi say dil kay sabhi daagh dhul gaye — Lekin wo kaisay jaey jo sheeshay main baal hai
    Ah, guilty as charged, Kabirdas Bhaiya – too much work, social and “dodgy-activities”. BTW, these Pisser-e-Zameen Moderators of KMB are good for nothing except a couple of the good ones.


  10. kaami on January 20th, 2009 @ 3:03 am

    @kabirdas – right on.

    Quran is a book. It has an Author. The question is, if we were to meet any author of any book that we have read in our life time, what would be greatest source of annoyance to that author, i.e. if we said:

    – I had your book, I liked it, sorry couldnt dispose off properly.
    – I had your book and dropped it, or did not keep at the highest point 0r lost it.

    I guess, the author will find, none of the above, reason enough for getting annoyed.

    However, if we were to say:

    – I had your book, read it a thousand times during a lifetime, memorized it word for word, but unfortunately, never got a word of it, nor did made any attempt to understand it.

    Now this response will really annoy the Author.

    Practically, recycling is the best option, all such torn and damaged Auraaq should be sent to re-cycling instead of handing over to environment.

    Again I agree, we are wasting time on something that just requires common sense.


  11. بستنی (wasiq) on January 20th, 2009 @ 9:47 am

    @ kaami..
    a very interesting comment….quran has an author…very right…but the book is for us…like a pass book,a code book…if we lost or damaged it we’ll have to pay….we have to feel sorry..and responsible not the author…
    as far as recycling is concerned the process is very debatable and you cannot be sure that the product will be used for the same purpose as before…

    der pey aazar ay mir hee keun ho
    ho hee jata hai jurm aadam se


  12. kaami on January 20th, 2009 @ 8:33 pm

    @wasiq

    Thanks for quoting Mir and, just recycle dont worry what it will eventually turn up. Remember God / Nature is the greatest re-cycler.

    Sub kahan kutch lala-o-gul mein numayaan ho gaeen
    Khaak mein kya sourtein hoangee ke pinhaan ho gaeen

    Thats re-cycling from a poets perspective.


  13. balma on January 20th, 2009 @ 11:39 pm

    KabirDas wrote:

    I would like to know where in Quran the procedure for the disposal of damaged Quran is laid down and that it will be a sin if this procedure is not followed.

    *****
    This is a perfect example of tujahil-e-aarifaanah….Ah, just wanted to use this term…apnay Taqvee Sahib yaad aa gayae….shareef aadmi thay, Urdu paRhaayaa kartay thay…

    anyway, Quran may jab hoe jub Quran likhaa gayaa hoe kaaghazo’n per during its revelation!

    It is a matter of desi culture that we don’t disrespect books….not just quran but any book, for example we don’t put our feet on books or sit with our bums on books….this is desi culture. I have heard arabs putting Quran under their beds!


  14. kabirdas on January 21st, 2009 @ 12:22 am

    @ Kaami
    Well put as always.

    @ Bailma
    You heard it I actually saw in Arab friends houses Quran being treated just like any other book.

    My mother had a fansy cloth cover for her Quran. She used to kiss the Quran before and after reading it. She always placed it at the highest point in her room. We were not supposed to turn our back towards it. Once I got blasted for reading Quran in bed before going to sleep and that too without wazoo. However, she calmed down when she found out that I was only reading the English translation of the Quran and not the ACTUAL Quran. She never read the translation of Quran. Never considered it necessary. She came to know about what Quran says through hear say and what local village Mulla told her when she was young and perhaps through reading Bahashiti Zawer which is the only other book which I saw her reading.

    I often wonder what made Kabir Das turn out to be what he has turned out to be:-)


  15. kabirdas on January 21st, 2009 @ 12:32 am

    Sorry, I forgot to mention I treat all my books with great care. Nothing irks me more than when I see some one turn the corner of a page of a book as a marker. May be it is just one of my idiosyncrasies. None of my books have a single dogs ear. I am quite liberal in lending my books but on one condition that no corner of any of its page will be turned. Each of my book has a special marker to go with it.


  16. balma on January 21st, 2009 @ 7:31 pm

    Beheshti Zever was actually a great book for its time. In fact, it was indeed written for women who will not read any thing else. It teaches them from arithmetic to how to send telegrams etc.
    The maulana writing it had bit racist notions, but over all it is a good book. I hate to admit in a public forum (being a man) that I have read Behesti Zever:-)
    It is a part of our history.


  17. kabirdas on January 21st, 2009 @ 9:53 pm

    I devour any book that crosses my path. I have read it too. One thing good about it that I still remember was that it taught females how to to be obedient to their husbands and take care of them. That part I think needs to be reintroduced and impressed upon the wives of today which Mullahs are trying to do on our behalf:-)


  18. kabirdas on January 21st, 2009 @ 10:04 pm

    @ barrister on January 20th, 2009

    @ barrister on January 20th, 2009

    Ik darde dil hee ho to sabar aa jaaye Josh Jab damagh maen bhee hooN kharashein tou kia kareN (Something like that)(Now let us not start bait bazi)

    May I suggest if you can’t beat Pissre Zameen you may join them rather than go Zare Zameen :-)


  19. wkhang on January 23rd, 2009 @ 11:25 pm

    Start doing your own work and all things will get on track, CLEAN !!

    http://air16.blogspot.com/


  20. kabirdas on January 24th, 2009 @ 12:41 am

    Sir, aren’t you supposed to be your brother’s keeper??


  21. wkhang on January 24th, 2009 @ 4:06 pm

    Yep I am : )



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