Youth of Pakistan to visit MAZAR-e-QUAID on 25th to pay hommage

Give Tribute to Quaid-e-Azam on 25th Dec

Give Tribute to Quaid-e-Azam on 25th Dec

To evoke national spirit and patriotism, a large group of citizens have planned to head over to the Quaid-e-Azam mazar at 11am to pay hommage and offer fateha at the monument. This even not only marks an important national event but is a show of unity and strength that there are patriotic pakistanis willing to struggle foe peace in this country of ours.

RSVP at the Facebook event and show up at the Mazar-e-Quaid to show your support

A brief message generally encompasses the true spirit of the organizers

We welcome the youth to make an Assembly behind our team & supporters and pay their rich tribute to the man who changed our fate. From a SLAVE-NATION to a PROUD NATION, we owe to our great leader QUAID-e-AZAM “THE GREATEST LEADER”.

Pakistan Zindabad

23 Comments so far

  1. بستنی (wasiq) on December 24th, 2009 @ 7:48 pm

    just for the record…the esteemed author of this post has half the number of followers on twitter than the polendian dosheeza I mentioned before here…and I have only one third…..there is no justice in this world….the world is merely a stage….

  2. Mainwali Dude (unregistered) on December 24th, 2009 @ 8:22 pm

    Array koi FB pay ja kay daikhay, salay jhootay loog, likha hay

    We will meet for 3-Point AGENDA, which we’ve discussed in our meeting:

    2- We Need to End this AMERICAN WAR NOW!! Or our Whole Generation will be wiped out Fighting this AMERICAN WAR.

    We don’t have any affiliation with any political or social party, Its purely conducted by Youth of Pakistan.

    Event Organised by:
    Youth of Pakistan

  3. Arif (unregistered) on December 24th, 2009 @ 8:27 pm

    this is very strange, they are trying to restore the jirga system in tribal belt, means they are in fact hidden spys of CIA and MOSSAD and want to keep the people in dark forever..

    shame on you ppl trying to promote jirga system!! let them leech the benefits of an independent judiciary

  4. Seeta White (unregistered) on December 24th, 2009 @ 8:34 pm

    Talking about independent judiciary, yesterday they invented this idea to use ‘khawaja sara’ for recovery of loans, so be prepared to see some hijra’s knocking the doors of corrupt people singing ‘AAEY HAAEY PAISAY TO WAPIS DAY DOOO’ Lol

  5. Teeth Maestro (kar_teeth) on December 24th, 2009 @ 9:19 pm

    Good to see some activity here – btw

    Fasiq / Seta White and Mianwali Dude – all are orginating from the same IP i.e – and is now labelled as a troll – leaving aside one particular comment – I will mark all trolling comments as spam – sorry – we may have a difference of opinion but merely posing as troll wont cut it

  6. Abdul Karim (unregistered) on December 24th, 2009 @ 10:11 pm

    according to the facebook invite these people are not affiliated or part of any political party, but here Dr. Awab is inviting people that means they are actually PTI people trying to stage a show in disguise of ‘common people’ very lame, very cheap yet very much PTI type :P

  7. Arif (unregistered) on December 24th, 2009 @ 10:31 pm

    @Teeth Maestro waaaaHhh good one, you busted those spammers..

    now would answer dear the meanings of establishing the jirga once again?

    have you forgotten how hard we’ve worked together in order to restore the judiciary? now you are preaching to send back tribal areas back to stone age? dont you know what kind of barbarism they do on their women and daughters? dont you know that they kidnap people from cities and take them there and ask for ransom – by just knowing that no law enforcement agency can persue them in the tribal region?

    give me a break bro, and tell me how is this an american war when innocent pakistani civilians are dying daily?

    are you once again trying to push PTI (your dad’s) agenda on the viewers of karachi metblogs? you should have never been captain here dude..

  8. بستنی (wasiq) on December 25th, 2009 @ 9:05 am

    only one person on this KMB says that version of my name….and usually irritated enough by the authors….is that you balma jee ? I have found that IP addresses are not very reliable in my case…but if its correct and the google map showing accurate locations than …I think Mrs Dhakosla used to live there….oh God !

    tu merey samney main terey samney
    tujh ko dekhoun kay piyar karoun….

  9. MB (unregistered) on December 25th, 2009 @ 4:06 pm

    was this just another burger/wannabe-patriots time pass stunt or it really meant something? Will anyone kinldy quote Quaid saying PAK ka matlab was ever what they chanting? . So long as history’s memory serves right QUAID was freaking no interested in STATEs business with religion. Except only that the founding guidelines of faith will be followed, that too because a “LIBERAL” Quaid believed ISLAM principles to be matching his vision of state and not any “dying for Islam” germs in him. He lived a LIBERAL life all his life and never wished his PRODUCT to be a THEOCRACY where religion will decide everything in terms of “islami” and “non islami” phadda our MULLA MILITARY alliance has injected in us.

  10. Arif (unregistered) on December 25th, 2009 @ 4:18 pm

    @MB dude, what a brilliant image you just gave out there… proud of u

    Maybe Dr. Alvi should come here back and reply to my comment above as they are determined to favor the jirga system in the tribal belt and send the country back to stone age :)

  11. balma on December 26th, 2009 @ 9:50 am

    MB! are you drunk? Christmas eve peh zyaadah pee gayaa tou?
    You are not into mullah-geeree anymore? haa-ai’n!

    Fasiq….saalay tou spammer hae?
    abay, mae pyaar say tujh ko Fasiq likhtaa hoo’n…..spam kay iljaamaat nahi’n lagaataa!

    Everyone else, Jinnah didn’t event want Pakistan until the very last minute, so please spare us this “Pakistan kaa matlub kyaa” dramay baazi!

  12. بستنی (wasiq) on December 26th, 2009 @ 11:50 am

    @balma jee…..I take your word for it and most humbly apologies…sorry!

    in today’s daily jang…there are two very interesting pictures of yesterdays turnout at the Mazar…one showing Saein with hands up and the other one show him boarding a Pakistan Air force (10) chopper…and a security guard with a rifle, looks like a air gun to me from this far….I was wondering how safe it is to land a chopper here…thanks God my memon perdosan had no clue who was in that chopper or she would have fed two cows to the wondering eagles….this has become a habit here in jamshedtown…;

  13. Kaami (unregistered) on December 26th, 2009 @ 9:26 pm

    As long as there are patriotic Pakistani’s and patriotic Muslims driving the agenda this nation is going no where.

    Yeh salay kaam ke logoun ko kaam nahein karne dein gein.

    I agree with Balma and to add……. Jinnah himself set the wrong example when he disolved the elected government of NWFP and sidelined Bengali’s and their language.

    Yes, he was 100% secular an Atta Turk fan but, he headed a party brimming with feudals and ultimately it was they who had the last word. They needed Mullahs / Millitary and could not tolerate socialist Bengali’s. Hence the alliance plus the end of Pakistan in 1971 as it was created in 1947.

  14. surfer on December 28th, 2009 @ 9:17 am

    who is Quad-e-Azam ???

  15. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on December 28th, 2009 @ 2:25 pm

    You don’t sound less ignorant than drunked Taseer who says on thing in the morning and other in evening.

    Jinnah knew about Islam more than psuedo Liberals and molvis of his time.Unlike wannnabes like you he had read about Islam.

    The liberals who often moronically quote Quaid’s 11th August speech usually forget what Jinnah said was actually an inspiration of Omar(RA)’s speech in Jerusalem when He was asked to enter in Church and offered prayers. Omar(RA) replied:

    “From the servant of Allah and the Commander of the Faithful, Omar: The inhabitants of Jerusalem are granted security of life and property. Their churches and crosses shall be secure. This treaty applies to all people of the city. Their places of worship shall remain intact. These shall neither be taken over nor pulled down. People shall be quite free to follow their religion. They shall not be put to any trouble…”

    Jinnah’s words given below are no different that What omar had said:

    You are free; you are free to go to your temples, you are free to go to your mosques or to any other place or worship in this State of Pakistan. You may belong to any religion or caste or creed that has nothing to do with the business of the State

    Kindly don’t throw up your ignorance here again and again and ridicule yourself. Fine Shias(who are busy in beating themselves up) and few others love to curse Omar(RA) et all but history does not change at all

    Offcourse addressed ignorants like you who consider Islam like CHristianity and compare Church and state issue with Islam. Such Ignorants don’t even have any idea that Islam NEVER supported theocracy. Had it been like that we would have things like nuns and priests. Yes, the twisted form of Sufism sure mimics Christianity. Read what Jinnah had said about people like you:

    Every Mussalman knows that the injunctions of the Holy Quran are not confined to religious and moral duties. From the Atlantic to the Ganges, says Gibbon, the Holy Quran is acknowledged as the fundamental code, not only of theology, but of civil and criminal jurisprudence, and the laws which regulate the action and the property of mankind are governed by immutable sanctions of the will of God”. Everyone, except those who are ignorant, knows the Holy Quran is the general code of the Muslims(message of Eid to the Muslims in September 1945)

  16. fasee (unregistered) on December 29th, 2009 @ 12:59 pm

    @ wasiq.

    there maybe alot of shaheens of all sorts and types…but there are no such eagles in karachi except there natural habitat, the empress market cages.

    the ones romaing arround free moachers in air in jameshed town are mere “chicken-hawks”

    as for the pardosan…tell her i can contribute my pound of flesh when she sends the supari to the chicken hawks

  17. بستنی (wasiq) on December 29th, 2009 @ 9:35 pm

    @fasee saab….sir this is a very interesting thing you have pointed out about the eagles…the next time a resident eagle(chicken-hawk) stationed on our tree tries to poke my head while I am stalking the pardosan from the the roof top….I’ll try to take a closer look on the bird as well and even try to take a few pictures to be sure if its a chicken hawk or an eagle…which all my life I thought to be an eagle….what a shame…!

    thanks for the pound of flesh offer but you know them (memons) well they always keep an eye on the bigger picture….

  18. Kaami (unregistered) on December 29th, 2009 @ 9:35 pm

    Over the last couple of years, I have differed with MB on a number of issue’s and once even calling him a PTI member / sympathizer. However, today I cant help defending him from the great intellectual generous i.e. Adnan Siddiqui. It is hard to control oneself when, right wing evangelist try to twist and draw unfathomable parallels from history. And what a parallel is this between Omar’s speech after the capture of Jerusalem and Jinnahs words spoken to the Legislative Assembly of Pakistan. One is the conqueror who is setting an example of how to treat the conquered offering refuge and sanctuary. The other is speaking to the Law Making Body of a newly created state state, setting guideline’s for the future constitution. And then, blatantly, Mr. Adnan asks us to compare the two quotes. Believe me, I read them again and again in an attempt to draw a similar analogy but unfortunately with my limited power’s of comprehension failed in every attempt.

    And, then the same superlative commentator draws another amazing analogy between Catholic Clergy and Sufism. This took my breath away. I am not here to defend Sufism and all its prevalent forms but as a student of history I know this much that unlike Catholic or Muslim Clergy ( the so-called Ulema Clan) which tend to work with and support instruments of state like King or Khalifa and in return use them to persecute those who differ or refuse to comply to the way they interpret religion. The pioneering Sufi’s had an altogether different approach. Armed with the philosophy of “God is within” and a message of love the sufi’s stayed away from power centres. In sub-continent they came and made their abode among the poorest of the poor, learned their language, learned their customs and music. Didn’t force fed any complicated mumbo jumbo, just provided a shoulder to cry on and converted millions to their fold. In doing so they provided solace and directed the rich that came visiting to distribute “free food” i.e “lungar” thus solving the most immediate problem of the poverty stricken localities and that was “hunger”.

    Whereas, the “Court Ulema’s” were busy in-acting laws to justify unlawful activities of subsequent Umvi and Abbasid Kalif’s and chasing after liberals of their times branding them as Kafir or heretics…the list includes such names Ibn-e-Rushd, Ibn-e-Sina, Al-Razi and other prominent Arab scientist and Ulema who dared to challenge their authority. Poor Sufi’s didn’t killed anybody or branded anybody as Kafir. In fact they lived and preached among the Kafirs and even today they are cherished by all.

    In contrast we have the example of Shah Wali-ullah who after being influenced by Wahab of Saudi Arabia while his pilgrimage to Mecca, spent a few year in the desert of Najd, came back and wrote a letter to “Ahmed Shah Abdaali” inviting him to attack India for the soul purpose of correction of Indian Muslims. The result was the worst massacres of Muslims from Lahore to Delhi in the history of Sub-Continent. Cant blame that on Sufi’s.

  19. fasee (unregistered) on December 30th, 2009 @ 12:25 am

    @ wasiq.

    sir jee kasoor aap ka nai….most of us pakistaniz are more curiosu whether passing by mohtarma has a pair of B or C….whther she has lift ups , push ups or is she free style……

    they ( including fasee ) has never bothered what showes they wore or what hair style they doned…..chiken hawk tu bechray buhat door hotay hoon gay.

    but dont be ashemd, there is a vouyer in every paksitani worth its salt…..but do spend some time away from takign a peek at any chance glimse of hidden guarded or not so well guraded asstes…and look at teh sky…..there is natural beauty in skys as well….:D:D

    althoguh you cant measure it in BBs or CCs

  20. surfer on December 30th, 2009 @ 3:16 am

    what about Muhammad Bin Qasim…..?????

  21. fasee (unregistered) on December 30th, 2009 @ 9:47 am

    @ surfer

    what bout gungu teeli….or radhay raam….or ND tevari….

    looks like you are a jamatiye…bcoz its there habbit to tell bout all the global issues and bypassingf the local issue in hand.

    salaon ke peet pe dard hota rehta hai ke kasmire me itna rape ho gaio bosnia meitna ho gai….apna muhalay ke thanay me slaay kabhi visit nai kertay…

    sali hypocrate qoum

  22. Akhtar (unregistered) on December 30th, 2009 @ 2:36 pm

    Mohammed Aly Jinnah was wakeel in bombay born in Old Chakiwara of Karachi at building known as wazeer mansion. He wa a TB ka mareez since age of 37, his parents were unable to feed him with right nutritous food when needed and he was given a house ( now called jinnah house for which Govt of Pakistan WAS seeking custody but declined by Indian Govt) as GIFT by an English man on winning a court case sub judicially.

    He was APPOINTED by League of Muslim Rich who wanted greater power & independence for their Regions, and advocated their case to English Man based on Religion.

    Read the History of Undivided India written by Moslems from British Library, Poverty ridden cast ruled muslims of Northern Indian were greatest of AFFECTES under the supposedly Independenc Movement which was never an independence movement for a geographical country, That movement was for Independence to Practice religion freely in the Subcontinent.

    Moulana Abul Kalam never supported, Dr. Mohammed Iqbal of Sialkot was also not a dreamer of INDEPENDENT country he was more for Independence of India where every cast relgion and creed can prosper – ever wonder why poetry of Iqbal Sialkoti Saray Jahan sai acha hindustan hamaara… was he drunk when wrting that,

    pity, rabbits close the eyes, and fox hunt them

  23. balma on December 31st, 2009 @ 10:48 am

    Kaami Saab,

    I have always wondered about Shah Waliullah’s role. I believe he was misguided. Ahmad Shah Abdali’s ghundagardi weekend all the local rulers of India…from Mughal emperor to Marathas and enabled East India Company to conquer India like gaajar-mooli.

    Also, I doubt if Jinnah actually knew that Hazrat Omar had made that speech in Bait-ul-Muqadas. Jinnah didn’t come from an educated family and was himself not very educated….I doubt if he new much about Islamic history or even about Muslim civilization of India.

    He was a good lawyer though.

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