Flatterers and Opportunists of Pakistani Elites

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Biggest threat to human rights are those who are selective in their support for human rights.

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A previously unknown group Citizens and Friends of Pakistan has emerged out of blue with a purported aim “to defend the human rights defenders” in Pakistan.

We have a number of concerns:

1. Who are the human rights defender in Pakistan? What is their position on and contribution to highlighting three human rights crisis situations: target killing of Balochs, Shia Muslims, anti-Taliban Pashtuns, persecution and killing of Ahmadi Muslims and Christians etc?

2. Why no such statement in support of the mass murdered Baloch, Pashtun, Shias who are being routinely killed by Pakistan army and proxies?

3. Many (not all) of those who have signed the following statement in support of Mr. Husain Haqqani are either totally silent on the ongoing target killings of the Baloch and Shia Muslims or except once in a year token column, resort to denial or misrepresentation. Several of the signatories are in fact active proponents, apologists and propagandists of the Deep State (e.g. army’s policy on Afghanistan, military operation in Balochistan etc).

4. Where is this mysterious group “Citizens and friends of Pakistan” based at? Who are it founders, office bearers? What is their agenda? How do they choose or ignore issues for campaign and advocacy? Why is there a lack of transparency?

Citizens and friends of Pakistan express concern for Pakistan democratic process, safety of human rights defenders; urge steps to ensure rule of law

Citizens’ statement of concern about Pakistan, safety of human rights defenders; to be released to the media on Jan 5, 2012

We, the undersigned, express our grave concern that Pakistani human rights defenders are being threatened and intimidated for their stance in the ‘memogate’ case. We are also concerned at the danger this crisis poses to Pakistan’s democratic political process that had taken a step forward with the elections of 2008.

No elected civilian government in Pakistan has yet completed its tenure and handed over power to the next government following democratic elections. If the current government manages to do this, it will be a first step in an ongoing process that is essential to Pakistan’s peace, progress and prosperity in the long run.

Those under threat include former Ambassador of Pakistan to the US, Husain Haqqani, who returned to Pakistan and tendered his resignation in order to ensure a free and fair inquiry into the ‘memogate’ matter that he is accused of engineering.

The so-called ‘memogate’ affair revolves around a letter that Amb Haqqani is accused of sending to then US Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mullen allegedly at the behest of Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari, seeking American help to prevent a military coup in Pakistan. Mansur Ijaz, an American businessman of Pakistani origin, delivered the note to former US National Security Advisor Gen. James Jones to pass on to Adml Mullen allegedly at Amb Haqqani’s behest. Amb Haqqani has denied writing any such memo at anyone’s behest or asking Ijaz to deliver it to anyone.

Amb Haqqani has been barred from leaving the country, which is a denial of his fundamental right as a free citizen of Pakistan. Under threat both by the ‘religious’ extremists and the security agencies, he is currently a virtual prisoner confined for his own safety to the Prime Minister’s residence.

Also facing threats is his lawyer, former Supreme Court Bar Association President, Asma Jahangir, who has termed the Supreme Court judgment of Dec 30, 2011 a “victory” for the security establishment that she alleges is behind the case.

Amb Haqqani’s wife, Farahnaz Ispahani, a Member of Pakistan’s Parliament, also threatened, is currently in the US where she had come for medical checkups. Columnist Marvi Sirmed, who has written fearlessly against the ‘religious’ extremists and in support of Amb Haqqani, has also been receiving threats, as has senior journalist Najam Sethi. Their families are also living under threat. This is the case with numerous other journalists and activists who face death threats for their outspoken views – and many have indeed been killed in the process. Some journalists have been forced to seek political asylum abroad. This is essentially the case with anyone in Pakistan who counters or challenges the narrative of the ideological security state.

Without going into merits of the case, obvious contradictions in the ‘evidence’, or political motivations behind it, it is evident that it is at the crux of a matter vital to Pakistan’s politics, that is, whether Pakistan is going to be run by a civilian elected government along the lines of a parliamentary democracy that ensures fundamental rights, or along the lines of a ideological narrative dictated by the security establishment that holds fundamental rights subservient to its interpretation of ‘national security’.

Too many people in Pakistan have fallen to the ideological monster unleashed by the establishment pursuing a narrow, ideological interpretation of ‘national security’. It is time for a fundamental paradigm shift in Pakistan’s politics, to allow the nation to fulfill its potential as a progressive, forward looking South Asian nation at peace with its neighbours and the world. We urge the Pakistan government, judiciary and security establishment to play their constitutional roles, cooperate with each other and focus on re-establishing the rule of law and in order to make this possible.

In the meantime, be aware that the world is watching to ensure that no harm comes to those who are taking a stand towards this end.

Endorsed (listed alphabetically; names still coming in are being updated):

1. A. Chhachhi, Sociologist, Netherlands
2. A. Kamal, Economist, Pakistan
3. Abbas Syed, Secretary, South Asian Workers Alliance Canada, Toronto, Canada
4. Abdul Ghafoor Chaudhry, Social Activist, Canada
5. Abdul Hameed Nayyar, Physicist, Lahore
6. Abdul Hamid Bashani Khan, Barrister, Solicitor & Notary Public, Canada
7. Abdullah Hussein, Novelist, Lahore
8. Adnan Rehmat, Executive Director, Intermedia Pakistan,
9. Afsan Chowdhury , Research Associate. York Centre for Asian Research, York University Toronto. Canada ,
10. Afzal Tahir, Kashmir International Front/United Kashmir Journal, London, United Kingdom,
11. Ahmad Rafay Alam, Lawyer
12. Ajmal Jan, Student, United Kingdom
13. Ali Arqam, Blogger, Social Activist, Peshawar
14. Ali Kazmi, Student, Islamabad, Pakistan
15. Ali Sethi, Writer, Lahore
16. Ali Zeeshan Ijaz, Researcher
17. Amar Sindhu, Human Right Activist, Hyderabad, Sindh
18. Ambassador Dr. Muhammad Shahid Amin Khan, World Chairman International Human Rights Commission, Islamabad
19. Amina Samee Bari, Homemaker, Ireland
20. Ammar Yasir, Marketing Head, Tea Break Networks, Karachi
21. Ammara Durrani, Citizen of Democratic Republic of Pakistan
22. Anita G. Aquino, SPMUDA Global, Bahrain
23. Annie Syedah, Student, United States
24. Anthony Permal, Senior Markeing Manager – Oil & Gas, Defence, Dubai, UAE
25. Anushka Jatoi, Student, Karachi
26. Arfana Mallah, Human Right Activist, Hyderabad, Sindh
27. Arif Hasan, Architect/Planner, Chairperson Urban Resource Centre, Karachi
28. Arshad Khalil, Director Admin & Finance , Peshawar Pukhtonkhwa
29. Arshad Mahmood, Human Rights Activist, Islamabad, Pakistan
30. Arshed Bhatti, Civil Junction, Islamabad
31. Asad Ullah Jan, Citizen, Peshawar Pakistan
32. Asif Khan, Earth Day Network, Washington DC
33. Attaullah Beg, NCHD, Hunza
34. Ayesha Humayun Khan, Citizen of Pakistan,, Dubai
35. Ayesha Jalal, historian, Boston/Lahore
36. Ayesha Siddiqa, Political Scientist, Pakistan
37. Ayyaz, Analyst
38. Azhar Hmed, Citzen
39. Badri Raina, Columnist, Delhi, India
40. Beena Sarwar, journalist
41. Celine Ramsey, Citizen, Italy
42. Dervaish Khan, Student
43. Dr Abdullah Qureshi, Medical Doctor, Verona,Italy
44. Dr Haseeb Ahmad, Medical Doctor, Jeddah Saudi Arabia
45. Dr Pritam Singh DPhil, Reader in Economics, Faculty of Business, Oxford Brookes University, UK
46. Dr. Ijaz Khan, Professor of International relations, University of Peshawar
47. Dr. Ilmana Fasih, physician, health activist, blogger, Canada
48. Dr. Mazhar Ali Bari, CEO of Solarprint/Physicist, Ireland
49. Dr. Mohammad Taqi, Physician & Columnist
50. Dr. Osama Siddique, Law Professor, Pakistan
51. Dr. Sandra H. Tarlin, Poet, Usa
52. Faisal Mahmood, Officer in National Bank, Malir
53. Fakhar Ul-Islam, Project Manager, United Kingdom
54. Faraz Sheikh, social activist, Lahore
55. Farooq Sulehria, Student, London
56. Farooq Tariq, spokesperson Labour Party Pakistan, Lahore
57. Farrukh Azfar, Physicist: University Of Oxford, Oxford, Uk
58. Fauzia Viqar, Shirkat Gah, Lahore
59. Fayaz Ahmad, Historian, Peshawar
60. Fazil Jamili, Poet, Journalist
61. Fouzia Saeed, human rights activist
62. Ghazi Salahuddin, journalist and columnist, Karachi
63. Githa Hariharan, Writer
64. Hamad Ur Rehman, CEO/ a human and social rights activist., Lyallpur.
65. Haris Gazdar, researcher
66. Harry Pasha, Director, AZCom, USA
67. Harsh Kapoor, South Asia Citizens Web (sacw.net)
68. Hilda Saeed, Women’s rights activist, Pakistan
69. Hilde Jacobs, Pensioner and book writer , Germany
70. I.A. Rehman, senior journalist, Director HRCP
71. Ibrahim Sajid Malick, Technologist, New York
72. Iqbal Alavi, social activist
73. Irfan Mufti, South Asia Partnership Pakistan, Lahore, Pakistan
74. Jami Chandio, Executive Director Centre For Peace And Civil Society & Editor Quarterly Journal ‘Freedom
75. Jatin Desai, Journalist, India
76. Javed Anand, Muslims for Secular Democracy, India
77. Jehan Ara, Blogger & Activist, Karachi
78. Kamran Rehmat, Editor, Islamabad
79. Kamran Shafi, Columnist,
80. Kamyla Marvi, Citizen, Karachi
81. Karamat Ali, Labour Rights and Peace activist
82. Kausar S Khan, WAF Karachi,
83. Khadija Ali, Lawyer & Human Rights Activist,
84. Khawar Mumtaz, Shirkat Gah. Pakistan,
85. Kiran Nazish, Journalist, Activist, Lahore,
86. Krishna Lal, Counselor, Hyderabad
87. Latif Afridi, Vice chairman, Pakistan Bar Council, Peshawar
88. Mahvish Inayat, Student, London
89. Maliha Husain, Program Director, Mehergarh, Islamabad
90. Malik Rashid, Taxi Driver,
91. Maria Khan, Student, Johns Hopkins University
92. Marieme Helie Lucas, Algerian sociologist , founder of Women Living Under Muslim Laws (WLUML)
93. Max Babri, Concerned Citizen, Lahore
94. Mazhar Arif, Executive Director, Society for Alternative Media and Research (SAMAR), Islamabad
95. Meera Ghani, Environmental and Peace Activist, Belgium
96. Mehmal Sarfraz, Journalist, Lahore
97. Mehr Alwy, Finance Manager, UK
98. Mehre , House Hold, United States
99. Michael Renner,, Researcher, U.S. / Germany
100. Mohammad Zia-ur-Rehman, Chief Executive AWAZ CDS-Pakistan
101. Mohsin Sayeed, Journalist, Karachi
102. Moniza Inam, journalist, Dawn, Karachi
103. Muhammad Amjad, Struggle, Glasgow Uk
104. Muhammad Idris Khattak, Researcher OSI, Pakistan
105. Muhammad Younis, E/Vice President Al Maryam Development Trust and Member of HRCP, UK Bradford
106. Muhammad Zaeem, President Scholars Forum Ppp, Oklahoma University,Ok
107. Muhammad Zubair, Assistant Professor, USA
108. Mukesh Meghwar, Mehergarh (Volunteer Coordinator), Hyderabad
109. Mukul Dube Delhi Writer, editor, photographer
110. Mukul Mangalik, Associate Professor Of History, Ramjas College, University Of Delhi
111. Murtaza Razvi, journalist, Pakistan
112. N. D. Pancholi, Secretary, Indian Renaissance Institute, Ghaziabad (UP), India
113. Nadeem Yousafi, Businessman, Peshawar, Pakistan.
114. Narjis Ahmed Khan, Coordinator,Aasha, Legal Aid Centre Karachi, Karachi
115. Naveen Naqvi, Exec Dir Gawaahi, Karachi
116. Naveen Qayyum, Staff Writer At The World Council Of Churches, Geneva, Switzerland
117. Naziha Syed Ali, journalist
118. Nazish Brohi, Independent, Researcher
119. Noman Quadri, Student
120. Noorjehan Bilgrami, Artsist, Karachi
121. Nuzhat Kidvai, WAF, Karachi
122. Pervez Hoodbhoy, Physicist
123. Qurratulain Zaman, Media Consultant, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung,
124. Rafia Zakaria, Columnist Dawn
125. Raheem Bari, Student, Ireland
126. Ram Puniyani, All India Secular Forum, Mumbai
127. Ramzan Chandio, The Nation\Staff Reporter , Karachi Pakistan
128. Ravi Hemadri, Peace Activist, New Delhi
129. Raza Rumi, Writer,
130. Rizwan Ahmad, Activist, Blogger, Sydney
131. Rizwan Razvi, COO, Young Moajid (Pvt) Ltd., Karachi
132. Rohini Hensman, writer and activist
133. Rumana Husain, Jaal / NuktaArt, Karachi
134. S. Abbas Raza, Editor, 3QuarksDaily.com
135. S. M. Naseem, economist
136. Saba Hamid, Actor, Pakistan,
137. Saba Quraishi, activist, United States
138. Sabahat Ashraf (“iFaqeer”), Communcator. Citizen. Fakir., Silicon Valley, California
139. Sadaf Ahmad, Assistant Professor-Anthropology, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)
140. Sadiqa Salahuddin, educationist, Indus Resource Centre, Pakistan
141. Saleha Haque, Student, University of Salford, UK
142. Salman Naqvi, Citizen,
143. Sana Saleem , Activist, Blogger, Karachi
144. Sarah Suhail, Lawyer,
145. Seema Jaffer, Citizen, Pakistan,
146. Sehba Sarwar, Writer,
147. Shafqaat Haider, ACCA, USA
148. Shahla Haeri, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Boston University
149. Shahnawaz, Student, Karachi
150. Shahzad Ahmad, Country Coordinator, Bytes For All, Pakistan
151. Shama Noman, Educationist,
152. Shandana Mohmand, Political Scientist, UK,
153. Shaukat Khan, Engineer, Canada
154. Shayan Afzal Khan, Citizen and activist, Pakistan
155. Shoaib Mir, Amnesty International “Prisoner Of Conscience-1984”, Lahore
156. Siddharth Nayak, Managing Director , The Jurists ; President : All India Law Students Association, New Delhi
157. Soulat Pasha, director Titan Energy, Karachi
158. Suhailkhan Khan, None Free Lance, Usa
159. Suleman Khan Kakar, Human Rights Activist, Islamabad, Pakistan
160. Sunil K. Vaidya, Oman Bureau Chief Gulf News, Muscat
161. Susan Marie, Susan Marie Public Relations, New York, USA,
162. Syed Hussein El-Edroos, Business Development & Training Manager, Islamabad
163. Syed Nadir El-Edroos, Teacher,, London
164. Tahera Ahmad, Physician, Germany
165. Tahir Saeed, Senior clinical psychologist, Ireland
166. Taimur Rahman, Musician (LAAL) and College Professor
167. Talal Naeem, Student, Netherlands
168. Tapan Bose, Documentary filmmaker and human rights defender
169. Tarek Fatah, Muslim Canadian Congress, Toronto, Canada
170. Tayyab Tariq, Stanford University, California, Usa
171. Tazeen , Project Director, Intermedia,
172. Umair Khan, Student, Usa
173. Umar Farooq, Businessman/Social Activist, Canada
174. Waqas Ali, CRSD, Peshawar
175. Waqas, Student, Karachi
176. Yameema Mitha, educationist, Islamabad/Dublin/Cambridge
177. Yasser Latif Hamdani, Lawyer
178. Yasser Noman, citizen, Pakistan
179. Zain Alavi, Retired Businessman, Karachi
180. Zainab Raza, Development Practitioner, Karachi
181. Zeeba T. Hashmi, Citizen, Lahore
182. Zohra Yusuf, human rights activist
183. Zulfiqar Ali Khan, Higher Education Department GoKPK, Peshawar
184. Zulfiqar Shah, The Institute for Social Movements, Hyderabad, Pakistan.




15 Responses to “Flatterers and Opportunists of Pakistani Elites”

  1. A very cheap tactic but what’s behind it ??

  2. Here is a link to and comment on a previous similar dubious list:

    Adil Najam and his pseudo-liberals’ outpouring of sympathy for Sherry Rehman – by Sarah Khan


  3. Beena Sarwar (Jang Group’s Aman Ki Asha) and Sana Saleem (Tokenism & Selectivism) are the founders of Citizens and Friends of Pakistan.

    At least some (not all) names in this list are patent opportunists & flatterers. Never entrust them with a cause ever!

    On Beena Sarwar and ISI’s Aman Ki Asha

    Now same duo BeenaSarwar and SanaSaleem are united to defend a so called “human right defender” HusainHaqqani: bit.ly/wX5M7f Shame!

    It’s same SanaSaleem who petitioned against Jang, no mention of her own friends in Jang ie, NajamSethi and BeenaSarwar

    It is the same SanaSaleem who wrote a petition against Jang Group in which there was no condemnation of Jang’s political advisor NajamSethi

    An ode to Naveen Naqvi and Sana Saleem

    Another ode to Beena Sarwar and her censorship tactics

    An ode to Sana Saleem: You don’t have the right to keep misrepresenting Shia massacres in Pakistan:

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    @MureedBizenjo @Darveshh We are ready to help the organizers of “Citizens and Friends of Pakistan” in doing some actual work on human rights

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    @MureedBizenjo Selective morality of a few opinion leaders and collective acquiescence of the liberal lambs. @Darveshh

    MureedBizenjo Mureed Bizenjo
    @AbdulNishapuri absolutely but most people’s selective morality leaves us with little hope @Darveshh

    Chiltan salma jafar
    @Laibaah1 i gave my comment on the post; knowing some of the names on the list I feel amused and distressed;

    Chiltan salma jafar
    @Laibaah1 but u can imagine where this so called group was formed and who complied the list

  4. SamadK Samad Khurram
    Damn. How did I not make it to the list of “Flatterers and Opportunists of Pakistani Elites”! Everyone else is there! bit.ly/wYdII3

    srazikazmi Kazmi
    Flatterers and Opportunists of Pakistani Elites: Biggest threat to human rights are those who are selective in t… bit.ly/wcaFJu

  5. Previously the same group presented Sherry Rehman as a champion of human rights:

    HRW and elite media must not misrepresent Sherry Rehman

    Related posts: Some gems from Declan Walsh’s article promoting Sherry Rehman

    Where Ansar Abbasi and Mosharraf Zaidi converge: “PPP killed Sherry Rehman’s bill”

    Adil Najam and his pseudo-liberals’ outpouring of sympathy for Sherry Rehman – by Sarah Khan


    Jalil Reki’s murder is a test case for rights champion Sherry Rehman – by Laibaah

  6. AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    In terms of legalized discrimination, Ahmadi Muslims are most persecuted faith group in Pakistan.
    16 hours ago Favorite Reply Delete

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    In terms of total deaths, Balochs are the largest target killed ethnic group in #Pakistan, Shias are the largest target killed faith group.

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    @MureedBizenjo @Darveshh Despite several appeals, nobody has claimed to be a founder or organizer of the 184 members list. Your thoughts?

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    Thank you. RT @needroos @AbdulNishapuri i think it was spontaneous grouping of s saleem n b sarwar
    16 hours ago Favorite Reply Delete

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    @Darveshh Fear is evident. So is selective morality and flattery. @MureedBizenjo
    16 hours ago

    MureedBizenjo Mureed Bizenjo
    @AbdulNishapuri We have previously witnessed such overblown drills, must be another stunt to achieve wishful motives @Darveshh

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    @MureedBizenjo @Darveshh We are ready to help the organizers of “Citizens and Friends of Pakistan” in doing some actual work on human rights
    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    @MureedBizenjo Selective morality of a few opinion leaders and collective acquiescence of the liberal lambs. @Darveshh
    15 hours ago Favorite Reply Delete

    MureedBizenjo Mureed Bizenjo
    @AbdulNishapuri absolutely but most people’s selective morality leaves us with little hope @Darveshh

    SeemaSyeda Seema Syeda
    @MureedBizenjo @AbdulNishapuri @Darveshh Isn’t selective morality immoral?
    15 hours ago Favorite Undo Retweet Reply
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    MureedBizenjo Mureed Bizenjo
    @AbdulNishapuri liberal lambs are a bunch of turncoats, yet being sung without having an opinion of their own. @Darveshh
    15 hours ago
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    MureedBizenjo Mureed Bizenjo
    @SeemaSyeda selective morality masked with obsessive-self interest always tastes defeat @AbdulNishapuri @Darveshh

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    @MureedBizenjo @Darveshh Despite several appeals, nobody has claimed to be a founder or organizer of the 184 members list. Your thoughts?
    16 hours ago Favorite Reply Delete

    Darveshh Darvesh
    @AbdulNishapuri @MureedBizenjo I ll reserve my comments for an appropriate time.However,ambition mingled with fear makes a good combination
    16 hours ago
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    Abdul Nishapuri
    @Darveshh Fear is evident. So is selective morality and flattery. @MureedBizenjo

    Laibaah1 Laibaah
    At least some (not all) names in this list are patent opportunists & flatterers. Never entrust them with a cause ever! pakistanblogzine.wordpress.com/2012/01/05/fla…
    17 hours ago Favorite Undo Retweet Reply
    Retweeted by AbdulNishapuri

    Laibaah1 Laibaah
    @ShahidQazi1 Do you want to review a consolidated list of flatterers of Pakistani elite? bit.ly/xAekMv

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    Dear Citizens and Friends of #Pakistan, where are you, folks? Step forward to identify yourself. Lets write a petition for Shias & Baloch!

    karbalaequetta karbala-e-quetta
    **QUETTA ALERT** Body of martry Ghulam Abbas Bangash has been shifted to ImamBargah Nachari, Alamdar Road. All… fb.me/1opSEOsUH
    17 hours ago Favorite Undo Retweet Reply
    Retweeted by AbdulNishapuri

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    Dear Citizens and Friends of #Pakistan, dear defenders of human rights, any petition on 3 Shia Muslims killed in last 24 hours?
    17 hours ago

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    Three Shia Muslims target killed in 24 hours in #Pakistan: Gilgit, Lahore and Quetta. ISI-backed LeJ is omnipresent.
    17 hours ago Favorite Reply Delete

    Laibaah1 Laibaah
    Yet another Shia Muslim ASI Ghulam Abbas Bangash killed by ISI-backed LeJ in #Quetta #Pakistan (via @ShiaPost)

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    We ask the mysterious “Citizens and Friends of Pakistan”: Why are you silent on genocides of Balochs, Pashtuns and Shias by army & proxies?
    18 hours ago Favorite Reply Delete

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    Children of a lesser God? Why no such statement to condemn genocides of Baloch, Pashtun, Shia etc by army & proxies? docs.google.com/spreadsheet/vi…

    Can any of the 184 Citizens and Friends of #Pakistan help in identifying the campaign organizers? Shias, Ahmadis, Balochs need your help.

    AbdulNishapuri Abdul Nishapuri
    @needroos Given that we have a pro-human rights group Citizens and Friends of Pakistan, we should help them. Do you know their organizers?

    karbalaequetta karbala-e-quetta
    **QUETTA ALERT** Body of martry Ghulam Abbas Bangash has been shifted to ImamBargah Nachari, Alamdar Road. All… fb.me/10oJIh3Ge

  7. BhaiChod Bhai Chod [brother fucker)
    @sanasaleem PANDAAAAA #fromcutestsanta2pandaaaaaa 😀 #SanaSaleemDps: Inspiring warm, gushy, “aiee” feelings on my twitterverse

    sanasaleem Sana Saleem
    @BhaiChod Thank you thank you thank you 😀 lots of love!! HUG!

  8. Haqqani’s trial has not yet begun, he has seen no suffering yet, he has enjoyed all the goodies of the government so far, yet his flatterers are presenting him as equal to ZAB, BB and Taseer. What a joke!

    Editorial (The News)
    Known unknowns

    Friday, January 06, 2012

    If there is a single defining feature of the entire Memogate episode thus far, it is precisely how much we do not know as incontrovertible fact. It is now a British newspaper, the Daily Telegraph, which has published an exclusive interview with one of the key players and thus far the biggest victim of the affair – Husain Haqqani. We learn from the interview that Haqqani is in fear of his life, and that he has confined himself (rather than been confined, an important distinction) in the house of Prime Minister Gilani for his own safety. He blames sections of the media for whipping up antipathy against him, calling him a traitor amongst other things – and as a consequence his security is compromised and he may be targeted in the same way that Salmaan Taseer was targeted and killed.

    Whilst it would be wrong to disavow any threat to ones security, the two cases, those of Taseer and Haqqani, could not be more different. There has been no fulminating cleric calling for Haqqani’s demise, nor protests or rallies against his alleged treachery. Today Haqqani remains in the PM house, and one might reasonably wonder why there and not some other place – his own home for instance, suitably guarded against intrusion or attack. But that is another unknown, alongside all the other unknowns of this curious affair. We wish no ill to Mr Haqqani, but might attach greater credence to his claims of insecurity were he able to support them with something a little less ephemeral than euphemistic references to ‘powerful quarters’. In short, facts please. Or is that just too much to ask?


  9. BinaShah Bina Shah
    Who are the people behind Critical PPP, the web site?

    sanasaleem Sana Saleem
    @BinaShah PPP supporters, they do social media for PPP. Backed by Fauzia Wahab.

    sanasaleem Sana Saleem
    @BinaShah On twitter, don’t want to tag you with them, but have met them at conf.

    BinaShah Bina Shah
    They’re incredibly crazy. They keep calling me a fake urban liberal (I’m a Sindhi feudal’s daughter!!!). @sanasaleem

    BinaShah Bina Shah
    When they say someone is a “fake” liberal they mean they actually support Deep State. @Anomaly_777 @sanasaleem

    BinaShah Bina Shah
    @sanasaleem Are they PPP members, or are they “critical” of PPP?

    sanasaleem Sana Saleem
    @BinaShah They called @abbasnasir59 a Shia phobe and the likes of Malik Ishaq. Have lost it.

    BhaiChod Bhai Chod
    @sanasaleem PANDAAAAA #fromcutestsanta2pandaaaaaa 😀 #SanaSaleemDps: Inspiring warm, gushy, “aiee” feelings on my twitterverse

    sanasaleem Sana Saleem
    @BhaiChod Thank you thank you thank you 😀 lots of love!! HUG!

    BinaShah Bina Shah
    @weareourdesires Who is the Aman Committee?

    Repatriated Aly
    @BinaShah Lyari based PPP support group, previously headed by Rehman Dakait, mainly Baloch in KHI @weareourdesires

    BinaShah Bina Shah
    Oh that explains their whole “Shia, Baloch” spiel. @Repatriated @weareourdesires

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