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Saturday, 4 September 2010

Looking inward

How long are we are going to put all the blame on others for our mostly self-inflicted destruction? Is it Tom, Harry, or Dick (Wester/American names) who is burning our schools, destroying our institutions, killing and maiming our innocent children in schools and bazars or those of our suicide mujahids who are on the highway to heaven, who are out to destroy us? This destruction is more a result of the 'self-archestrated' ignorance, corruption and dishonesty among muslim nations than a result of 'the war of sequential destruction'.The author says 'Under coercion, Pakistan has started a civil war that will consume its economy, national security, and tear apart its social fabric'. Isnt it that the economy, national security and social fabric that the author is worried about had already been 'consumed' by those international jihadis who were/are actually occupying parts of Pakistan ,illegally and playing havoc with its 'economy, national security and social fabric'? We need to come up with more rational, analytical answers to our mutifold problems as a nation than just putting all blame on outside forces. If we do that we will probably find 'most' causes of the destruction of 'muslim nations' inside and that would be the beginning of the reform.This doesnt absolve 'the international community' of their responsibility and their share in all of this destruction and they must be held responsible for that. But to put all the blame on others for the 'muslim nations' destruction is not the answer.

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