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Protests in Pakistan after Ayodhya judgement

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  1. DaRk KnIght

    DaRk KnIght Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    Islamabad: After the Allahabad High Court gave its judgement in the Ayodhya case on Thursday, sporadic protests were reported from some Pakistani cities as Religious Affairs Minister Hamid Saeed Kazmi claimed the ruling favoured the Hindu community.

    A traders' union organised a protest in the central city of Multan against the judgement to split the disputed site between Hindus and Muslims.

    The members of the union shouted slogans against the court's ruling. The Sunni Tehrik organised a protest at Hyder Chowk in the southern city of Hyderabad.

    Dozens of protesters shouted slogans and burnt tyres. Members of the Sunni Tehrik rejected the court's verdict, saying it went against the wishes of Muslims.

    They said they would organise more protests if the Pakistan government accepts the court's ruling. They also called on the government to sever diplomatic and economic ties with India.

    At both Multan and Hyderabad, the protestors burnt effigies and posters of Indian leaders.

    In Islamabad, Religious Affairs Minister Kazmi said the Indian court had issued a "political verdict" on the Babri mosque issue that was "totally in favour of the Hindu community".

    Muslims in India have been deprived of their rights due to the one-sided decision on the Mosque, Kazmi told state-run PTV.

    "The court cited Babri mosque as the birthplace of (Lord) Ram and recommended a little piece of land for Muslims like a donation," he said.

    The decision to distribute the land among Muslims and Hindus is complicated and will create problems for the faithful in offering prayers, he claimed. He asked Indian Muslims to file an appeal in the Supreme Court and to make more efforts to protect their rights.

    "In Pakistan, we have always raised our voice against any injustice with the minority communities, while in India, the state is not showing solidarity with the Muslims," he alleged.

    Kazmi asked people from all walks of life to raise their voice against the "unjust decision".

    Some religious leaders condemned the court's verdict, saying it disclosed the real face of India.

    "We condemn this verdict. We reject it as well. This will create resentment on an international level," said Sahibzada Fazle Karim, a senior member of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan.

    The Organisation of the Islamic Conference should take serious steps on the issue, he contended. Noted cleric Allama Abbas Kumaili described the decision as unjustified.

    "We condemn the court's verdict," he said. He claimed the court was under the "influence of the majority Hindus. It is a diplomatic decision," said Ruet-e-Hilal Committee chief Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman. He said Indian Muslims should keep the peace.

    "I appeal to Indian Muslims not to take to violence. The way of protests should be peaceful," he added.


    Protests in Pakistan after Ayodhya judgement

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  2. brain_dead

    brain_dead Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    arpit, i wish u had not posted this article.
     
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    abirbec04 Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    Aare in logon ka kya kya masla hai bhai ............. problem in Iran so they protest, problem in UK they protest, problem in moon they protest. Apna masla to suljha nahi sakte dusro ke masle mein protest. But its good for everyone else, let them protest, no one else, not the Saudis, not the Turks, not the Iranians are bothered by a bunch of half-wit rat-wailers like these guys. They like to protest, looks like the commies of bengal and kerala have shifted to Pak. Protest, strike, bandh .......... pakistani protesters jug jug jiyo.
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  4. DaRk KnIght

    DaRk KnIght Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    Hey whats wrong in that :confused:

    I have posted an original article without any editing.

    My intentions were to show that now India is mature while our neighbours are not.

    There are no protest and riots in India but in Pakistan....:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
     
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    DaRk KnIght Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    :lol: :lol: :lol: ye wala mast tha :lol: :lol: :lol:

    Mods:please dont delete this article. This is fun :lol:
     
  6. Desi Jatt

    Desi Jatt Captain ELITE MEMBER

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    What is amusing is ,people in Pakistan themselves complain about being trapped in their own problems and blame their Govt for them, but still they find time to break their heads on India's internal issues.

    education !! Pakistan needs it badly
     
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    Karthic Sri <b>STAR MEMBER of the MONTH</b> SENIOR MEMBER

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    I remember a wise man saying - Pakistanis are more Kashmiri than Kashmiris themselves,more Palestinian than Palestians themselves,more Chechen than Chechen themselves,more Bosnian than Bosnians themselves,but sadly they are not enough Pakistanis.
     
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    Dilemma Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    And we must care because...?
     
  9. Guynextdoor

    Guynextdoor Lt. Colonel SENIOR MEMBER

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    They're a bunch of clowns. Anyways they have no future, so let's keep our country right and work towards a just and equitable solution for all. The courts are trying their best with 'out of the box thinking'. What these clown think is of no importance to anyone.
     
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    Quoted you in PDF, couldn't resist ... this quote was hilarious.
     
  11. jagjitnatt

    jagjitnatt Major ELITE MEMBER

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    Pakistanis view them as defenders of Islam, little do they know how the rest of the world views them.
    They have been trying to police the region and have failed miserably, and it has now become the primary reason for the failure of the state.
     
  12. Leonidas

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    Protests in Pakistan.. who cares.. ?
     
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