انگر یز و ں کے خلا ف کو ئی سا زش کیو ں نہیں کر تا؟

May 23rd, 2012 | By | Category: Uncategorized, Urdu Media, اردو

افضال خان اپنےسچ ڈاٹ ٹی وی کے کالم میں کچھ اہم سوالات اٹھاتے ھیں۔ پاکستان میڈیا واچ چونکہ سچائی پر مبنی سوالات کو فروغ دینے پر یقین رکھتا ھے اس لیے افضال خان کے آج کے اس کالم کی طرف نشان دہی کرنا ھماری ٹیم نے مناسب سمجھا۔

اپنے گھر کو بہتر بنانے کے بعد ھی ھم دوسروں کی کوتاہیوں اور سازشوں کے بارے میں بات چیت کرنے کا حق رکھتے ھیں۔ اپنے کالم میں افضال صاحب کہتے ھیں۔

یادرکھیں کہ قدرت کا سادہ فارمولا ہے کہ جسم کے کمزور حصے پر جرائم حملہ کرتے ہیں اور جہاں قوت مدافعت کم ہو اس جگہ پر بیماریاں اپنے گھربناتی ہیں ۔ایک شخص اگر اپنی صحت کا خیال نہ رکھے اور صرف صبح شام شورمچاتا ہے کہ بیماریاں مجھ پر حملہ کررہی ہیں تو اکیلا قصور وار تو خود ہے جو اپنی قوت مدافعت کو بہتر نہیں کرتا،اپنی پرفارمنس پر توجہ دینے سے معاملات ٹھیک ہوتے ہیں ۔صرف جلسوں میں گلاپھاڑکے”سازش ہورہی ہے “ کاراگ الاپنے سے کچھ نہیں ہوگا۔

افضال خان صاحب کا پورا کالم آپ یہاں سچ ڈاٹ ٹی وی کی ویب سائٹ سے یا پھر نیچے۔ملاحظہ کر سکتے ھیں۔

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  1. Ghazi ‘stopping’ students from leaving Lal Masjid Ahmad Noorani
    Saturday, July 07, 2007 http://www.thenews.com.pk/TodaysPrintDetail.aspx?ID=8884&Cat=13&dt=7/7/2007

    ISLAMABAD: Cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi is injecting fear of inhuman treatment in minds of innocent students presently inside the mosque and thus trying to stop them from going outside.

    The inordinate delay in recovery of their children is unnerving the worried parents. Alleged inhuman treatment of Maulana Aziz and arrested students in front of Lal Masjid on Thursday sent a wrong message to those who were bound inside the mosque and waned to quit.

    A student, Aftab, in the Lal Masjid told The News on the phone that some students wanted to leave the Lal Masjid, but they were afraid of harsh treatment by police after being arrested. He said that students who wanted to leave the Lal Masjid also feared firing from Rangers while exiting from the Lal Masjid. Aftab said students had been receiving news of the severe torture of arrested students since Thursday in Adyala Jail.

    The hostage students in the Lal Masjid were well in contact with the outside world, especially media through mobile phones. Rukhsana Bibi from Chakwal, aunt of Amir Shehzad, a hostage student in the Lal Maskid, was present with her other family members at the surrender point, Covered Market G-6/3. She disclosed that her nephew was ready to come out of the Lal Masjid, but he feared firing from the Rangers on exiting from the mosque. Amir’s brother, Thair, was also present at the venue. He said, “We have convoyed Amir’s fears to an Rangers officer present there.

    The Rangers official himself called Amir Shehzad and assured him that Rangers will not open fire if he or his companions come out of the Lal Masjid.” Amir’s brother, Tahir, further said that he with some of his relatives went inside the mosque to bring Amir out. He said that when they reached inside the mosque and were convincing Amir to accompany them, some clerics opened fire on the wall near them. “We have to rush from the mosque, leaving Amir inside,” he added.

    Tahir said that at the last moment Amir feared torture from police at the door of the mosque while exiting the Lal Masjid. He said they informed Amir that authorities have promised them not to torn Qameez of any student while arresting them on Friday. But, he added, they were forced to leave the mosque at the start of firing from the hostage clerics.

    Tahir also managed to call Amir and let him talk to this correspondent. Amir disclosed that many innocent students inside the Lal Masjid want to leave the place. Besides the reasons of fear of torture and inhuman treatment, he revealed that many of these students are hesitant to get out of the mosque as they feel that it will belittle them and show them as coward. He said that all these students are innocent and the government should do something for them.

  2. The capture of ‘Auntie’ Aziz our correspondent Thursday, July 05, 2007


    ISLAMABAD: Maulana Abdul Aziz, main cleric of Lal Masjid in Islamabad, on Wednesday tried to escape while posing as the auntie of a group of Talibat accompanying him.

    The Talibat group resisted when the lady security personnel tried to check Burqa-clad Maulana Aziz. The Talibat told the security personnel that she was “our auntie and very ill”, and that she should be spared from checking.

    However, the lady security personnel insisted on checking and found that a man was wearing a Burqa. They then removed the veil, and arrested Maulana Aziz, who tried to run away. The lady security personnel called their male colleagues for help and foiled the Maulana’s attempt to flee. Maulana Aziz was carrying a lady’s handbag stuffed with a lipstick, an ID card of a woman and a diary.

  3. Chief Justice of Pakistan Shamelessly Support Suicide Bombers Thursday, May 24, 2012, Rajab 02, 1433 A.H. http://jang.com.pk/jang/may2012-daily/24-05-2012/u107763.htm

  4. ‘Suicide bombers given go-ahead’ Mobarik A Virk Wednesday, July 04, 2007 http://www.thenews.com.pk/TodaysPrintDetail.aspx?ID=8818&Cat=13&dt=7/4/2007

    ISLAMABAD: The spokesman for the Lal Masjid administration, Maulana Abdul Qayum, told The News on Tuesday that suicide bombers of the Lal Masjid had been granted permission to find targets on their own and strike wherever they choose to. “In fact, that has already been done. It was previously decided that if we came under attack, then we will give this permission (to the suicide bombers to strike). So, they have been given permission to strike anywhere at any time,” Maulana Abdul Qayum told The News late on Tuesday from Lal Masjid. He said that at first the Lal Masjid administration had demanded that these people (Rangers) should go away from here. “We said that they should be evacuated from here. We demanded that these buildings (where Rangers have taken up positions) should be vacated and they should go back. We said that once they go back, we would control our Taliban. But they (the government) did not agree to all this,” he claimed. Maulana Abdul Qayum said that the situation had become critical. “Fifteen of our Taliban and two Talibat have been martyred and 60 to 70 others have been injured. Still the firing from their side is continuing. They are also firing tear gas shells,” he claimed. To a question, he said the Lal Masjid Taliban and Talibat were only defending themselves. “We have not started all this. They brought these Rangers and made them sit on our heads. They imposed all this on us. They have to stop firing. From our side, it has been already stopped,” he said. About the peace move initiated by Maulana Shah Abdul Aziz, he said the MNA from Karak negotiated with the government and announced that an agreement had been reached for a ceasefire. “But, on the other hand, the government continued to fire on us. The MNA talked with the chief commissioner but these soldiers were not accepting it and continued to fire.” He said he could not tell what would happen in the future. “We don’t know what is going to happen. We have already announced that our campaign is peaceful and we want to work peacefully. They brought these Rangers and they were preparing for so many days. So, it is up to them if they want to bring peace back,” he said.

  5. Lal Masjid brigade abducts nine Chinese Shakeel Anjum Saturday, June 23, 2007 http://www.thenews.com.pk/TodaysPrintDetail.aspx?ID=8625&Cat=13&dt=6/23/2007

    ISLAMABAD: The male and female students of Lal Masjid and Jamia Hafsa abducted 12 persons, including nine foreigners, in an operation on Friday midnight.

    Those abducted are nine Chinese, five of them women, and three Pakistanis. Riding in three vehicles, the religious students raided a Massage Centre at House No 17, Street 4, Sector F-8/3. They overpowered three Pakistani guards posted at the centre after injuring them.

    Later, they entered the building and ordered the Chinese men and women present there to accompany them. On refusal, the students thrashed them and forcibly took them to the Jamia Hafsa compound.

    The religious students accused the abducted people of rendering un-Islamic and unlawful services. When contacted, ASP city Kamran Adil confirmed that 12 persons, including nine Chinese, were kidnapped by the Lal Masjid brigade. He said the Rescue 15 earlier received the information about the kidnapping of five persons. However, later it was confirmed that the abducted people were 12.

    A high-level meeting to deal with the situation was in progress till the filing of this report at 1.30 a.m. It is the first time that Lal Masjid has held foreigners hostage. Sources told The News that there is a strong possibility of an Army operation against the Lal Masjid brigade this time as the victims include nationals of a friendly neighbour of Pakistan.

    Online adds: Earlier in the day, the Khateeb of Lal Masjid, Maulana Abdul Aziz, told a Juma congregation that Europe has made it its habit to commit acts of blasphemy. Describing the importance of Jihad, the cleric regretted that “Western democracy” has eliminated the concept of Jihad by replacing it with protest demonstrations.

    He said that the major cause of humiliation of Muslims was non-observance of Jihad, recalling the times when Muslims ruled the world through Jihad and nobody had the courage to commit blasphemy and cast an evil eye on Muslim women.

    The Maulana felt disillusioned that once again people throughout the world were staging protest demonstrations only against the knighting of blasphemer Salman Rushdie, while, according to him, the only solution to this issue lay in Jihad.

    The cleric was agitated by the fact that today Muslims considered the Europeans as their friends whereas the Holy Qur’aan forbids Muslims to engage in close friendship with non-Muslims.

    In view of such disillusioned circumstances, he requested the Ulema to announce a Jihad against Britain and expressed his firm belief that the youth would stand up once again to curb obscenity and injustice.

    He said obscenity was on the rise in the name of cultural programmes both in Pakistan and abroad. He asked the government to expel the British high commissioner and snap relations with Britain unless they withdraw the knighthood conferred on the blasphemer.

  6. Hostages had legal business in Pakistan: China Wednesday, June 27, 2007 http://www.thenews.com.pk/TodaysPrintDetail.aspx?ID=8702&Cat=13&dt=6/27/2007

    BEIJING: Seven Chinese hostages abducted and later freed in Pakistan were running a legal business, the government said on Tuesday, while refusing to comment on allegations they were involved in prostitution.

    “The seven Chinese citizens had legal licenses in Pakistan and had all received the proper business licenses,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said. One male and six female Chinese, as well as two Pakistanis, were abducted from an acupuncture clinic where they worked in the early hours of Saturday by students from Lal Masjid and Jamia Hafsa in Islamabad, then released later in the day.

    Upon freeing the abductees, students from Lal Masjid and Jamia Hafsa seminary said the clinic was in fact a brothel, and that the raid was part of an anti-vice campaign. Qin did not comment directly when asked about the prostitution allegations.

    “The Chinese government has all along requested its citizens to abide by the laws of other countries or the local areas they visit,” Qin said. Before their release, China’s Foreign Ministry raised diplomatic representations with the Pakistan government and demanded the hostages be freed.

    Although, the hostage crisis was widely reported in the Chinese press, the state-controlled media did not mention the accusations that the abducted Chinese were accused of running a brothel.

  7. Judiciary, Lal Masjid & Ugly Role of Jang Group/GEO TV. http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2012/05/judiciary-lal-masjid-ugly-role-of-jang.html

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