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This is a platform for those whose voices are unheard and for those who want to raise their voices for justice, humanity, peace and human rights. Say NO to violence and discrimination in the name of religion……

 

9 responses to “About

  1. sial

    August 22, 2010 at 7:30

    nice to visit this..may Allah bless you!!

     
  2. ReadersHeaven

    September 22, 2010 at 7:30

    Hi, nice to meet you !

     
  3. Zahir

    October 31, 2010 at 7:30

    Salaam, Shalom, Peace, Shanti,

    I am not Pakistani, although I am Muslim. I appreciate the work you have done very much. I think Pakistani right minded people should pressure the Pak. authorities so that these acts of injustice are investigated and the guilty should be brought to justice. Unfortunately, there are many, in Pakistan, India and elsewhere, who hide behind their own mis-representations of their religion. Pakistan should be a safe-haven for its minorities, especially given the fact that the majority there professes to follow Islam! Whats the point in making up names such as “Islamic Republic of this-and-that” if the actions do not support them?

    Keep at your efforts, and InshaAllah, success will come!

    Zahir

     
  4. Sadaf Arshad

    November 3, 2010 at 7:30

    Hello Zahir,
    Thanks for your appreciation. Well in my view such things happen in any country where people try to hide behind religion. In some countries where the majority is of such people have more tendencies of violating the rights of weak groups. Countries like Pakistan and India are under great influence of religion and that tells itself that why the minorities in such countries are suffering…
    Keep giving me your feedback. I really appreciate it.

    Regards,
    Sadaf

     
  5. Nas

    April 22, 2011 at 7:30

    I’ve only just happened to come across this blog, and from the little I have read, I must congratulate you on your strength and desire to speak up for the oppressed.

    At the end of the day, if you take away all the labels, then we are all the same. We all feel happiness, sorrow, hurt, joy, love… we are all human. And instead of spreading hate and focusing on the differences why don’t we look at the similarities?

    I shall hopefully read more of your blog once my exams are done.

     
  6. Ershad Mazumder

    May 24, 2011 at 7:30

    Thanks dear Sadaf
    I am divine poet from Bangladesh. I live in my soul,not in my body. Body is full of greed lust and desires. I am in love with my invisible fiance for last 50 years. I am yet to meet her. I move in the direction of truth designed by fiance. Childrens are flower of heaven. They are angel. They are sinless. I am happy to know that you are working for them. Keep contact with me. May be we shall be able to work together. Live in your soul. Listen the dictation of your soul. Soul is the house of Allah.

     
  7. Nooruddin Jalal

    September 2, 2011 at 7:30

    Sadaf, kudos to you for taking up such a brave and patriotic step. A pure Pakistani can’t ignores the situation going around. The ones who ignores these acts of violence, injustice and cruelty in his/her motherland; for sure do not have one single drop of Pakistani blood on their veins and an emotion in their hearts.

    Do you know, I cried, as a Pakistani:

    http://nooru.wordpress.com/2011/08/26/i-cried-as-a-pakistani/

    I can’t I can’t give the doses of happy jests when my brother and sister are being killed on the streets, when my country is being used by watchful eyes, when my people struggle for survival, when my country is being attacked by extremist, when rohani rock stars are misleading my people, when my youth is in chaos, when the arab tycoons give the doses of extremisms. I must raise my voice to pluck out the rotten fishes. Call me coward, pessimist or a kid, it’s better to be a coward for a minute than the rest of the life.

    The Pakistani in me will speak against the vampires/jingoist till the last breath.

    -Nooru

     
  8. Peter

    September 10, 2011 at 7:30

    Very interesting site… it is shameful what people do in Allah’s name. I can’t imagine that He is at all pleased with their behavior.

     

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