Monday, November 30, 2009

General Pervez Musharraf - A Statesman in Uniform (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

General Pervez Musharraf - A Statesman in Uniform (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

A fatal deceptive attraction? Love's Labor Lost!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Read the above article (Click the link) to realize how much he has disappointed the nation.

An open note to Pervaiz Musharraf - President by Choice (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

An open note to Pervaiz Musharraf - President by Choice (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

I wish he had read the above in June 2001. That would have helped him to go down in history as a different man and Pakistan's fate would have been "re-written" but it is going on as "written".

If wishes were horses, beggars would ride. Pakistanis still have to decide whether they need a ride and before they wish so they need to justify that they deserve one. Until then ZARdari is the best SAWARI - Zardari Khape - Nawaz Sharif also more Khape to take his ride turn and Pakistanis have beaten the Humar Hasawis - the best donkeys of Arab world.:)

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Shaista Thinks….

Shaista Thinks….

28th November started as just another Eid day, with the usual getting together at my cousin’s place where we all meet for lunch (while some look after the sacrifice). Sometime after noon, my father received a phone call and then somehow everything became vague, and pointless…a young cousin had passed away and all I could see was his mother’s face, a beautiful smiling face from what I always recall.
Life is strange and brings with it even stranger experiences – you are busy catching up with life, complaining there is so much to do in such little time, sharing and laughing together with your loved ones, and then you hear about death in a near quarter and life comes to a sudden halt. Something pinches you and reminds you that to God we all must return… but it is often the ‘untimely’ or young deaths that shake you to the core. You are just so not ready for them. And that reminds you that no matter how old a person is, when it is someone from the family, you just cannot bear to let them go. (Click the above Link to read complete blog)

I think......

In joy and grief, remember and praise ALLAH. It is not an easy experience to bear a loss of dear one but again we have to remember, that from HIM we came and to HIM we return. Some go earlier than norm but we all are in transit here for a very brief stay. Let us try to make that brief stay very comfortable for each other and help to comfort the one in grief. May ALLAH give patience to the family for such a great loss. But tell them the good news is – we will join the gone one day not far away.

log / Usman Malik • Whenever I hear uninformed people- both Indian and Pakistani- arguing about how Kashmir is theirs and that the other should back off... I want to punch them in the face...

log / Usman Malik • Whenever I hear uninformed people- both Indian and Pakistani- arguing about how Kashmir is theirs and that the other should back off... I want to punch them in the face...

My Comments:

I have the same feeling that if given option to exercise their right to choose, Kashmiris will opt for independent Kashmir. So do Bauchis and Sindhis, if a referendum is held today. We have failed the basis of creation of Pakistan. Now it doesn't matter who wants to live together or struggle for independent minor state which will be strongly supported by many vested interersts. But no one to blame but our people in power and those at helms of our afffairs. Loot, plunder and exploitation have caused deprivation in masses across the board. Bangladesh creation was result of such frustrated feelings and an independent Baluchistan or later a Sindudesh would be on card if a major system change didn't come very soon. It is already too late and lot of irreparable damage has already been done. Wake up pakistanis. Stop corruption and eradicate all those involved in it. Only this way you will let national wealth will reach downtrodden masses and make people willing to commit for Pakistan. This is the only way to keep their hopes for a better tomorrow alive. Long Live Pakistan. Death for Corrupts and Looters.

Guest Voices: Bringing the hajj back home - On Faith at

Guest Voices: Bringing the hajj back home - On Faith at

My Comments on the article:

The title portrays the real dilemma of present days Muslims - performing Haj as mere a ritual. How many 'Hajis' take the Haj back home and practice the desired results in their lives and society? I wish if only 10% of 3 million do this year, it will transform all the Muslim societies. Islam was meant to be a guiding Divine Message for whole mankind but now because of so-called Muslims, it is taken as a threat to world peace. In fact it is not the Mesaage but the astray followers who are to be addressed first so they can be cleared as a hurdle so mankind can reach the real message of Islam and benefit from it. The corruption, nepotism and laziness has marred the muslim societies to be a positive contributor to world peace and progress. They easily blame all others and create conspiracy theories as an attempt to be the victims. If they realize, the wholw world at the moment is their victim and in a constant fear of unpredictable muslim behavior. This Haj and many past Haj of millions will only clear the Haj performers from "their religious duty" but their duty as a Role Model of Islam and a Divine Message carrier require much more. Ponder O'Muslims ponder - you have utterly failed in your designated role - beaconlight of mankind. Come out of the world of darkness before you can even wish to play any role. Otherwise an organised Haj is mere news for media but you as Muslims rarerly appears in good news.

Posted by: mohsin_meer November 28, 2009 6:47 PM

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Dubai looks to oil-rich neighbor for possible aid - Yahoo! Finance

Dubai looks to oil-rich neighbor for possible aid - Yahoo! Finance

Click the above Header to read the detailed news item. Below is more to have the both side of COIN.

Al-Maktoum statement

November 26 2009

H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman of the Supreme Fiscal Committee, said:

‪‪“Our intervention in Dubai World was carefully planned and reflects its specific financial position. The Government is spearheading the restructuring of this commercial operation in the full knowledge of how the markets would react. We understand the concerns of the market and the creditors in particular. However we have had to intervene because of the need to take decisive action to address its particular debt burden. ‪

“Like most global cities, Dubai has experienced its share of economic and social challenges in this global downturn. No market is immune from economic issues. This is a sensible business decision. ‪“We want to ensure resources are deployed in the full knowledge that they are used to enhance the businesses of the Dubai World Group, build on the restructuring that has already been taking place and ensure long term commercial success. Further information will be made available early next week.”

His Highness pointed out that the unprecedented growth, in Dubai and across the UAE, over the past decade has helped lay the foundation for what is now a broad-based sustainable economy beyond just natural resources.‪ ‪

Continuing HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum said:

“The economic fundamentals, such as our highly developed infrastructure, strong transport and communications hub and regional financial centre will ensure Dubai remains an attractive regional market.”

So what was he actually saying? Some facts from FT:

Emirate has a lot of explaining to do

November 26 2009

It came in a short statement about the restructuring of Dubai World, one of the emirate’s biggest and best-known companies, with the big news buried near the end.

But the decision to ask bondholders of the company and its most troubled subsidiary, Nakheel, to extend maturities from December to May 2010 was a bombshell. And the Middle East’s most glamorous and creative emirate will pay the price of its decision for a long time to come.

For months, all indications in Dubai were that the heavily indebted city-state, symbol of the rise of the region as an economic powerhouse as much as of the excesses of the pre-financial crunch days, would meet the obligations of the companies in which it has stakes, and that Nakheel’s $4bn debt due in December would be repaid.

Only a few weeks ago, bankers in the region were so upbeat some had suggested that Dubai might not even need to raise more funds to pay debts due this year.

It helped of course that the emirate was showing signs of recovery, with fewer expatriates packing their bags than expected, retail sales on the rise and the real estate sector beginning to stabilise. The government itself looked confident too, raising $2bn in Islamic bonds last month.

As always, though, the problem in Dubai is that no one had all the facts, and perhaps some in the financial community had made all the wrong assumptions. The whole affair, one analyst told me on Thursday, was “typical of the way things work in Dubai – top down and in a vacuum – and that makes it very difficult for investors”.

True, top officials had indicated repeatedly that Dubai would not default on its debt – and Nakheel, the Palm real estate developer, was assumed to be too important for Dubai’s image. But officials did not explicitly say that the repayments would be made on time.

Moreover, the recent prospectus to test market appetite for government bonds said the government was “not legally obliged” to meet the obligations of related entities – what is commonly referred to as Dubai Inc – but might at its sole discretion decide to extend such support.

Most of the funds raised in the past year – including from Abu Dhabi banks on Wednesday – were by the government itself, rather than individual companies.

So what was Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Dubai’s ruler, up to on Wednesday? Was he indicating, as some suggest, that the government would allow Dubai’s bad companies to suffer in order to save the good ones? Was he simply trying to force the hand of the Dubai World bondholders to buy some time and leave open the option of repaying the debt next month if he had to?

Perhaps Dubai is convinced that as the government of the emirate raises fresh funds and restructures companies related to it, the emirate is consolidating its creditworthiness. Farouk Soussa of Standard & Poor’s says that lending to the government now arguably becomes less risky because it is putting the funds to better use. But he also says this is cancelled out by the lack of transparency.

Whatever the Dubai ruler’s intention, the way Dubai has gone about its financial business has hugely damaged its standing. Bankers and investors are furious, feeling they were led on the wrong path.

Analysts, meanwhile, have been scrambling to reconsider the assessments they had recently made about Dubai. The assumption that Abu Dhabi would always stand by Dubai and its flagship companies is now suddenly seen as unsustainable.

Was this perhaps Abu Dhabi’s way of taking its revenge on Dubai for the excesses of the boom years? I doubt it. The rivalry between the two emirates is less important than the implications of Dubai unravelling. The cost of insuring Abu Dhabi debt went up on the Dubai announcement.

It has to be remembered that many of Abu Dhabi’s companies are exposed to Dubai, having been some of the most enthusiastic investors. Whatever Dubai is up to, assuming there is some big strategy, it should have explained itself before raising the prospect of default. Yesterday’s belated statement was hardly adequate. It needs to do a lot more explaining before more damage is inflicted to its credibility.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Time to reconnect

Yesterday was day of Arafat to commemorate the last Haj sermon of Prophet Muhammad(pbuh)where he declared the Magna Carta of mankind - There is no superiorty of Arabas over Non-Arabs - and nor a Brown is superior in race over a Black - the only criteria of being superior is the one who has the most fear of ALLAH. The question is how much of this golden principle is followed by mankind or even by his so-called followers - Muslims. Mankind has long stopped to follow the Divine Guidance and Muslims - most of them - has also went astray. The chaos in world is the poetic justice for ignoring ALLAH and HIS guidance. ALLAH is not in our lives as HE should be as a #1 on our priority lists. HE is somewhere there for blessing seeking but HE is not there ruling our lives. We are so much sunk in the worldly affairs that there is no time or very little time left for our Creator and to WHOM we have to return and will be accountable for our deeds.

The time has come to reconnect with our Creator and HIM being the prime focus of our lives so we can make all decisions in our lives as HE has guided. The mankind is on verge of destruction due to absence of ALLAH in our lives. All the evils in our present setup have touched the peak and chaos is on boom world over. The people are suffering and hmanity is suffering and in fact bleeding profusely for only one reason - we have lost our connection with the Creator. Now we are like a ship which has no direction and may hit a iceberg any time for total disaster.

The simple remedy for all our problems is to restore our connection with our Creator; start following HIS directions - that is the only way of survival; only way to come out of present chaos in our lives and world over.

Give ALLAH the position and respect HE deserves. Seek HIS forgiveness by repentence and pledge to be never astrayed again from The Straight Path shown to us. Yes, we are given option to be on it for our own benefit or reject and find one of our own. We are lost finding one. There is no alternate for mankind - but ALLAH and HIS STRAIGHT PATH.

Let's join together and have a colective repentance and follow HIM for a better today and the best tomorrow. The FAJAR call gives witness to this call. ALLAH is great - Muhammad is his Prophet - Come for Salah - Come for Falah!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

DAWN.COM | Pakistan | Govt offers olive branch to Balochistan

DAWN.COM | Pakistan | Govt offers olive branch to Balochistan

Offer them the Olives not the Olive branch. But who has stolen their olives? Why people reach to a level where they want seperation? Do we have any thing concrete to offer the deprived people of Pakistan? How long we allow some people to loot and plunder the national wealth? That long people the exploited people's frustrations will increase and all their hopes for a better tomorrow will die. The result was Bangladesh and as we have not learned from past mistakes, God forbidden, more such tragedies are shaping up. Mere proposals will not avert them but a national level consensus to repent and move forward with mutual trust of all on board. All this is only possible when we will stop cheating and deceiving each other, when we stop earning what is not ours, when we pledge - No more corruption at all levels in all walks of life. Can we do to save Pakistan?

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Dances of Wolves and Silence of Lambs (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

Israel's Target Assassinations and Muslim Countries - Dances of Wolves and Silence of Lambs (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

I wrote this article back in 2001 when a colleague (Abu Waleed)mentioned he watched Judie Fosters' movie - Silence of Lambs. He mentioned that he liked the title of movie - Silence of Lambs - and it truly fits on Muslims and since he was an Arab explained me in context of Palestinian's pathetic condition. He asked me - Meer! you write very good Letters (both Business and Letters to Editors) why don't you write one article on "Helpless State of Palestinians" (how they claim we don't have one?)and silence of all Muslim countries except media statements for proxy condemnation of Israel's non-stop atrocities since 1948. The next day he came and was very excited about the title - especially this part - Dances of Wolves and Silence of Lambs. Recalled there was a movie titled - Dances of Wolves also. He is still enjoying the English movies and all what is in English movies. Nothing has changed but to worse for Palestinians and Muslims on Globe. The only favor Globe does is by not throwing all Muslims en masse in nearby seas and Oceans. Hai jurm e Zaeefi ki saza - murg e mufajat!

Sunday, November 22, 2009

My Comments on Naveen Naqvis' Blog article - Proxy Wars (21Nov09)

Reading your piece and comments, it seems all of us including the experts quoted by you know the roots of the Afghanistan crisis. How it all started? Who created Talibans? Who strengthened them and used them for their own agendas? How these talibans turned Frankenstein? How cruel, rigid and militant are these Talibans - both Pakistani brand and the original Afghan Pushtoon Talibans? How and why America got involved in "Jihad" against USSR and how and why Jihadis were recruited from all over the world to defeat cold war enemy #1? How this Jihadi mess was left uncleared as Hilary admits? How these Jihadis turned Frankenstein and dreamed and planned for so-called Islamic renaissance by violence? How 9/11 happened and America has to come back to punish "good boys" turned bad boys? How America is facing another Vietnam? How the blame game is on for face saving from the failures? How the mistrust among all players is flourishing by ever increasing deception and betrayal? All the experts are there advising based on their past involvement and experience - what each party should do and what not to do? How our fugitive easily crosses border and reach Afghanistan and how the fugitives from their side are dispatched to Quetta and then for strategic reason to safe haven of Karachi? Where are all the arms stored by these militants and from where they get training and money? The militant is one eyed or two eyed and biggest threat to a state is an illiterate ex-chair-lift operator?

The all above how weird it sounds is a mere history of a patient, the diagnosis of the disease and various prescriptions by various doctors and even some quacks if they have luxury of media or web access.

But what is the real cause of this Chaos and similar chaos in present world? What should be done for a lasting peace on this planet by allowing co-existence of all human beings by fairly sharing the bounties of nature?

This is the real question which needs an answer and in-depth study and discussion. An honest answer is the solution for this Chaos and similar ones where humanity is bleeding with wounds caused by deception for self-interests.

Until we spot the culprits and then start calling a spade a spade, it is like watching a movie named Chaos Unlimited with a message Part 2 is under production and soon will be released.

I see no immediate cure of bleeding wounds as long we don't spot who is causing them and who in the name of treating them is only making them more deep and blood is all flushing out.

What lacks is Sincerity? Sincerity by all parties to solve the issue. The deception and betrayal will enhance mistrust and flare up chaos. We need to get rid of our individual or national agendas but focus on one agenda - Humanity is in turmoil and on danger of perishing for ever, we have to save it by eradicating ignorance and arrogance - by eradicating exploitation and oppression of fellow human beings. This requires Wisdom and not intellectualism - this requires sincerity and not the knowledge which gives you more power to unjust.

And in nutshell - what will happen? - the more and more of this Chaos because there are Cooks (read Crooks) out their spoiling the broth. We or sure are sick since allowing these Cooks to continue with their recipe of disaster. Moreover, those few of us who realize we are sick - unfortunately under the treatment of "doctors" who are in fact quacks and most of them sick themselves. The tragedy of our Time - our Messiahs in all walks of our life are sick themselves. (Malik Nadal of Fort Hood is one small example)

All this present a scene of "tragic comedy" - comedy of errors. But humanity will learn but in hard way and by suffering more and more pain. The reason - we ignore and suppress the just voices and make sure - No one also listens them.

So what you hear all over the Media is - Noise; this noise also includes the shrieks of those losing their limbs or lives in bomb blasts.

Last but not the least, Naveen; you are doing a great job by bringing up these burning issues in a very pleasant way. Keep up the good work. This will contribute to shift paradigm and make new mindset which will welcome the much needed - CHANGE.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Want "to do something for Pakistan" - follow me @ Twitter

My duas and ALLAH's blessings with you. I have an intuition that we will work together and as we always hear "to do something for Pakistan". WE can't work to better someone or some institution, as long we are not needed or welcome. My friends remember, I always say that things will get more worse and more miserable for all in Pakistan until they will start screaming - iL iman - il-Iman - then repent collectively and pray and work for CHANGE. Allah never changes fate of any nation, until they change (or at least have a desire) to change themselves. So keep on doing your best whatever you are doing. Before Allah gives us any task, we have to qualify for it and those who have to benefit from you and your services need to qualify to deserve it. They will in few years time. :)

‘Where is my son?’ « Life, the Universe, and Everything.

‘Where is my son?’ « Life, the Universe, and Everything.

I can feel the "seismic currents" of another Bangladesh type Baluchistan tsunami>>>>>>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<

‘Why call him God?’ « Life, the Universe, and Everything.

‘Why call him God?’ « Life, the Universe, and Everything.

Read my comments to one Pakistani Blogger challenging the Existence of God.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

"Complete Victory" or 'Complete Loss' (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

"Complete Victory" or 'Complete Loss' (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

Posted: May 11, 2001

Is Terrorism against Muslims Kosher? (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network

Is Terrorism against Muslims Kosher? (by Mohsin Meer) - Media Monitors Network | Mohsin2016 | Page 1 | Mohsin2016 | Page 1

AZAL is the latest band to rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My Comments on Naveen Naqvi's Blog - Forward March Into the Abyss (17Nov09)

9 Mohsin Meer on November 17, 2009 said:

Hi Naveen! First of all I appreciate you had a brief piece which covered all the basic ingredients of our failure to handle the major threats Pakistan is currently facing. As Shakespeare said; Brevity is the soul of wit. No doubt, your brevity in describing Pakistan’s situation is a proof of your clear thoughts on present crisis and it’s solution.

Now you covered the blame game, inefficiency, lack of sincerity and wisdom as some of the basic factors for present chaos and absence of basic needs of people – sugar is just one of many.
The solution you gave is perfect – consensus. I am sure you have in mind that it is a consensus to collectively admit our past mistakes and then work as one team to efficiently and sincerely handle all issues one by one. Once there is consensus, it will be an agreement among all – no more corruption, loot, plunder and cheating of any type for the sake of people of Pakistan and maximum available resources will be spent on them in the most honest way.

All above looks seems correct analysis of situation, causes and easy remedy – consensus. Is it possible in near future? I don’t see it despite it is a need of hour. The present chaos will increase more since we will never do a collective repentance for crimes against country and people. We as a nation will continue like this – making the society and system more corrupt and miserable for all of us.

President Zardari will continue in power despite all odds. Nawaz Sharif may win next election due to poor performance of PPP while in power and Kamran Shafi Sb will be also happy that his at least one national wish has been fulfilled.

When hopes of pakistanis will be fulfilled? Only when they will change the hearts and mind of their own and all around. All have to be honest and sincere with Pakistan and contribute their best for the betterment of people. My intuition says things will worsen to the worst before they start improving. This could be five to seven years period depending when all of us repent and start “joint repair” of Pakistan as a missionary or revolutionary cause. But the current turmoil will prolong and get more worst as we out of fear or hypocrisy have stopped calling a spade a spade in all walks of life.

So there will be more and more of debates for the sake of debates at all forums and mere talk never walks. The hearts and minds of people need to be taught – self discipline. Where is our Leader who can motivate people to do first a collective repentance and then march on for better Pakistan.

So stay put for next two terms. Zardari to complete and Nawaz to come and people’s miseries to multiply. I believe Pakistanis deserve that since most of us are selfish and our own interests are first. All complain and cry for Pakistan but content with present condition and as Faisal Kapadia mentioned no one ready to act; so let’s continue talking in a philosophical way on all TV talk shows with breaks for Breaking news of another blast. This is a sorry state but written on the wall and our connivance, cowardliness and selfishness brought us to this stage and will go miles down the road until a big wake up stumble – separation of East Pakistan was easily forgotten.


11 Mohsin Meer on November 18, 2009 said:

Rai – Ditto! Herd of Lost Sheep have no direction. They may be marching towards a ditch or going further away from home. The common man – seeing him very closely – I can say; he is not less guilty. I have met many “PaRsa” (pious) in this country but later discovered their piety is only due to their being “Na-Rasa” (one having no opportunity to rob). We are our own Enemy #1 and doesn’t need any foreign threat to destroy us like so many Conspiracy theories believers believe. No one has to conspire to harm us, we make their job pretty easy. Our Government represents us and selected by us and mirror of our own characters and attitudes towards life. The lambs never elect wolves as their leaders. That is why I never believe in Zardari going as our savior act, Zardari in each of us has to go. The corruption in Pakistan which has ruined the country and as well structure of society will never end until each one of us hangs up saying – from Today I will not be part of it and will do my best in my area of jurisdiction – will not allow any one to do it. Stop it by hand, or by speaking up or at least feel bad about the one doing it as the least sign of any faith left in us. That will be the advent of CHANGE and FRESH START – Will not rob people and their resources – state resources are their resources – and will also not allow any one to do that. There should be Consensus on this strategy among Nation and this Resolution of No Corruption for the sake of Saving Pakistan will be the Herald of Change – this country is waiting for last six decades. Mere changing of faces and people will not being the Change. The Change of Characters of People will bring the Real Change. Until we realize this and act fast to pull the dead dog (of corruption) out of the village well named Pakistan – all other means of cleaning water – will be futile. Make a slogan – PakPakistan – a corruption free Pakistan will be the New Pakistan – the whole world is waiting more eagerly to see than Pakistanis themselves. The Corruption Free pakistan is an Idea whose Time has come but we Pakistanis are doing our best to Delay the Time. Any further delay will be a Lost Opportunity and lost of Hope of Better Future. Our survival as a Nation depends on this single factor – To be Corrupt or not to be Corrupt – which will also decide – To be a beggar or not to be a beggar. Corruption at all levels of helm in power and in spheres of our system as forced us to be International Beggars and the satire is we need Alms with Dignity. KLB conditions challenge our Dignity and Sovereignty. Where are all these high morals and ethics when an out of law – NRO – can give mercy to all Thugs? We have more of KLB type humiliation if we keep on blessed pardoned NROs among us.


My Comments on Naveen Naqvi's Blog

7 Mohsin Meer on November 13, 2009 said:

Saudi Arabia will never support crazies like TTP. This seems more a RAW work. But our tolerance or connivance while they were shaping in to a monster is an unpardonable crime and now we are paying the price for a delayed action to exterminate these maniacs. There will be backlash – very natural – but poor people are again the victim of this backlash. The government through Army should accelerate the wipe-out operation – that is the Rahi-i-Najat of all the Nation.


8 naveenaqvi on November 13, 2009 said:
Mohsin, you could look at this report if you like. It substantiates its claims with various publications.

9 Mohsin Meer on November 13, 2009 said:
Naveen! Saudi Arabia did support creation of Taliban by funding as well as using their “school of thought – wahabi” influence at the request of US & ISI for reasons known to all. Ironically, these Talibans turned in to Frankenstein. After 9/11 when Talibans refused to hand over Osama & gang to “aggrieved” US, the backlash of “Taliban Creators” started on their own “Creation”. The rest is history how US did reach to where they are today. Pakistani Talibans – a off-shoot of Afghani Talibans – have only one thing in common – being Pakhtoon. Otherwise, both are only name-sake otherwise, our version of Talibans did more harm to Mulla Omar’s Taliban more than US could by their suicidal stupidities on all fronts. They deserved a severe Iron Hand, which according to my opinion, moved very late and very slow due to politico-religious reasons. The price is what we are paying in our cities and God knows how long this TTP backlash will terrorize lives of Pakistanis.
Now let us to the report. Saudis at personal level may be financially supporting these in the name and cause of misunderstood -”Renaissance of Islam”. How this phenomenon can happen at the hands of the most illiterate section of Muslims. How a Blind can claim to lead others? To cut short, there are still lot of Pakistanis who think that Talibans (TTP) were right and support them morally, if not financially.
NN – We will never reach Solutions, if we don’t have a big picture of – Canvass of Chaos – the Chaos created by “MufSiddeens” and then crying wolf – Islamists & Militants have come.
US is not on a high moral ground as they claim to save “their great civilization” but a COOK which has spoiled the broth by using a Recipe – Recipe of Disaster and Destruction. (LA TAfsidu fil Ardh Qalu! ina ma Nahno Muslihoon – truly applies on them)
(PS: I will prefer your BLOG now over Twitter since no 140 words restriction – LOL)

10 naveenaqvi on November 15, 2009 said:
Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this, Mohsin. I appreciate that you took the time out to give your comments in such detail.


CIO Pakistan Web Studio - Pakistan's first Online, On-Demand Technology Media Channel

CIO Pakistan Web Studio - Pakistan's first Online, On-Demand Technology Media Channel

Great to know about this site. A lot of informative stuff. Explore yourself and these are the people who are - Hope of New Pakistan. (pakPakistan - corruption free fast forward Pakistan)

Fighting Corruption in Pakistan

Fighting Corruption in Pakistan

At least in one world ranking, Pakistan shows improvement every year): Afghanistan is #2 and we are at 42. Since they are our neighbors, we must fill the GAP by making Pakistan more corrupt. Let's all work together towards this target and no need to make this request, we are already doing our best. May ALLAH also help us. ALLAH never helps those who don't help themselves. So we are fast moving to be #1 most corrupt country title - sky is the limit and what after #1 - zero?

Saturday, November 14, 2009

A Man who left an Un-Erasable impression on my Style

Pakistan can't produce a Jouranalist, Columnist, Book Writer & most of all - a Master of Wit & Satire - of His Calibre - ANY MORE (Hey visitor - I want U to read his "Long Pieces" at your ease. I was in COMMUNICATION (exchange of e-mails - calling me Meer sahib) with him days before he embraced a graceful death... fighting cancer like our mother. I knew him when he was Press Advisor of ZAB. (May ALLAH bless his soul and grant him Jannat al FIRDOUS - people like him deserve it for all they wrote and how many people enjoyed and for how many people - he was a beacon light for smooth sailing of LIFE ship.) Read him all - including his columns in TFT & DT---hundreds if not thousands)

here is the one of the exchange I was referring above;

--- On Sun, 7/20/08, Mohsin Meer wrote:

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From: Mohsin Meer

Subject: Re: Letter to the Editor

To: "Khalid Hasan"

Date: Sunday, July 20, 2008, 2:06 PM

Dear Khalid Sahib,

I feel very honored receiving your response. I agree that Musharraf will not quit may be until his share of 'mangoes will not explode'. As far as Zardari and his team's performance is concerned it is not different from any past government. The whole system is not only in a standstill but fast decaying. The confusion on who calls the shots and whose court the ball is in heightening people's frustration and disappointment. How worse the the situation will fall further and when and how things will improve depend on how sooner the nation finds a common goal and agenda under a unanimous leadership? Otherwise, the fiasco and chaos will continue. People should not complain as they are the ones who welcome a General and elect these politicians from whom they are disappointed in first 100 days. Next time they should support and elect someone who can really deliver. Until then pay for the wrong decision. (almost every time)

Thanks again for sparing time to reply. Take good care of yourself. No need to tell that I am very fond of your writings in Daily Times and Friday Times. May ALLAH give you more strength so your readers continue to cherish your beautiful style and insight on subject you chose to write.

Best Regards,

Mohsin Meer

--- On Sun, 7/20/08, Khalid Hasan wrote:

From: Khalid Hasan

Subject: Re: Letter to the Editor


Date: Sunday, July 20, 2008, 2:01 AM

My dear Meer Sahib,

What makes you think Gen. Musharraf will pay any attention to what is printed in a newspaper?

I find that it is Asif Ali Zardari and the new civilian government that people feel is not coming up to their expectation. Gen. Musharraf should go, I agree, but he is not the one who is calling the shots any longer. The ball (in case anyone is looking for it) is in some other court, not his.

Khalid Hasan

----- Original Message -----

From: Mohsin Meer


Sent: Friday, July 18, 2008 12:23 AM

Subject: Fw: Letter to the Editor

Dear Khalid Hasan Sahib - Sir kaisay hain?

I sent the following as a suggestion to bring this country out of present chaos. Can you pursuade in your column to ask Mr. Musharraf to go on an extended Leave (vacation) if he still believes his quitting will harm the country more than his presence eventhough a latest survey shows 86% of pakistanis believe he should quit. As our leaders become deaf when they are in power, he will not do that. However, he can be pursuaded to go on an eight months (one month for each year in power) and resign if things really improve in his absence and comeback if 51% of Pakistanis in future surveys support his return. This overseas vacation should be fully expensed by public exchequer like all his previous foreign trips.

I believe this is the only peaceful and win-win proposal to get out of the present no-where go situation.

Best Regards,

Mohsin Meer

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