Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Zardari, get the attackers of Malala or get the hell out of governance.

Zardari, get the attackers of Malala or get the hell out of governance.

Ehsanullah Ehsan, the gangster chief of Taliban claims responsibility for attack on Malala Yousafzai, a teenage girl who wanted to go to school.  He shamelessly claims, "We carried out this attack," and adds, “"Anybody who speaks against us will be attacked in the same way."  

I hope enough Pakistanis get outraged to bring about a change. If you let a bully get by, he thinks he has the permission to do more. How dare can one get? Government of Pakistan is to be blamed for not protecting her citizens.

What is Zardari doing about it?

Zardari needs to protect every Citizen of Pakistan. He can unleash the entire army and get those rascals, every one of them.  Don’t kill them that would be barbaric, but get them and put them to work.

Give them the Quraan and ask them to study it, until they get it right, keep pounding them, but reward them if they get it right. Keep the process until they get the religion and hopefully come out as better humans. A Judge in Yemen did that successfully.

It is the female under-education that has brought backwardness to Muslims, the only one who can uplift a child is mother, and the mother can change the nations if she has the wherewithal. A woman should never be deprived of education, it should be a crime if any one discourages, makes it difficult and out rightly prevents girls from getting an education. 

What can you do about it? 

They say evil exists because good people do nothing about it. The least you can do, is write your comments at the Pakistani Newspapers, and inundate the papers to build a momentum and a movement. The bad guys need to know that they are losing support.  Where ever you get a chance, write a short note, copy and paste it every where. You can do it. 

Mike Ghouse is a speaker, thinker and a writer on the topics of Pluralism, Coexistence, politics, interfaith, Islam, Israel, India and foreign policy.  He is committed to building cohesive societies, and offers pluralistic solutions on on issues of the day. www.TheGhousediary.com chronicles his daily work, and www.MikeGhouse.net indexes all of his work and sites. 

1 comment:

  1. Anything if at all can be effective is a firm multi-partisan stance against domestic terrorism. Pressure must be built upon mainstream political parties, the military, and Pakistan's impotent, incapablae, and corrupt government [Tariq Cheema]