Dear Hussain Khan
I dindt read your urdu article yet but did go through the comments you posted. The members of the forum had discussed it at length and left no room for two cents.
It appears to me that you are inclined to believe that Quaid E Ahzam had the vision to make Pakistan an Islamic Republic. I have no choice but to agree with you. Sister Salina's work is awesome and im an admirer of her writtings.
However, at the same time you are portraying Sufi Mohammad and his followers as standard bearers of Islam which makes me assume that your definition of Islam is no different than the ones you mentioned. NOw putting these two pieces together, the Quaid's vision and your support for Sufi Mohammad, it seems like you are trying to get Quaid's approval for the Talaybani religion which might be anything but Islam.And perhaps indirectly trying to say that Quaid's Islam was the same what Lal Masjid preached or infused into the innocent minds.
I tend to disapprove your idea and firmly believe that your support for Quaid is not without malintention.
Your generalisation of women who opposed the Hadood Laws is also condemnable and i register my condemnation on this respected forum.
The max i can say that you are a "nadaan dost" of Islam and Pakistan.