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The Big Fish in Pakistan
By:Saeed Siddiq, Pakistan
Date: Monday, 24 July 2017, 3:07 pm

For information please. Our courts can not punish the big landlords/Zamindars/big corrupt/big army officers/rich fraudsters except initial detention for some period to fool the nation. The tragedy is every corrupt government to remain in power try to please the army with lot of promotion, cash awards, big plots, houses and other facilities.

The Mulla community also indulge in blackmail of every government to make money to run their Masajid/Madressahs to promote Mullaism/Talibanism/extremism/ sectarianism/cults etc.

The Judges after accepting bribe through the rich and so-called big advocates, allow bails to big criminals followed by adjournment of cases until they are forgotten. The Panama Leak cases will also be filed ultimately with no conviction to big criminals and looters.

We therefore need Shurta police and Qazi court system to wipe out the menace of failed corrupt police and judicial system. But since all are corrupt, hence no body take interest to wipe out the failed and corrupt and failed police and judicial system. We need a Mustafa Kamal Ataturk now.

To end exploitation of Islam to the meanest extent, Pakistan should be declared a liberal state with religion as a personal matter to achieve peace on the religious front. Up to 1969, Pakistan functioned as a secular/liberal state and every body was happy as the Mullas stood cornered. There was no sectarian killings, Talibanism, suicide bombings, extremism, Mullas' lecturing us and also each other to follow Islam through meetings, processions, TVs etc., Mullas' craze of building illegal Masjid/Madressah in every nook and corner of Pakistan and near to each other to disturb peace and studying students etc. Please circulate in the interest to save Islam from exploitation.

If we all read Quranic translation to understand Islam, we will be better and practical Muslims to achieve Allah's Blessings as we don't need Mulla's blessings. Islam Zindabad. Ameen.

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