Left Right 25th December 2008 [Quaid-e-Azam Day Special]

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  1. NoToRi0uS

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    Left Right 25th December 2008 [Quaid-e-Azam Day Special]

    Guests: Dr Mubarak & Dr. Javed Iqbal

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    Javed Iqbal was 100% right but I think secular minded people just can't understand this view point. I wonder why?/what

    Maybe they are just too much impressed by the modern times /confused
     
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    Javed Iqbal bhi Iqbal say agah nahin hay
    kuch is main tamaskhur wallah nahin hay ;-)

    Javed Iqbal's aoutobiography "Apna Gariban Chak" is worth reading.

    Pakistan was made to allow muslims to live free from the oppression and subjugation of the Hindu majority.

    Secularism does not mean LADINIYAT

    We muslims treat christians as Indians treat Dalits. For majority of Pakistanis they remain "Ch**Ray"
     

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