Discussion on Jaswant Singh's book on Jinnah

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Re: Discussion on Jaswant Singh's book on Jinnah

Postby Sanku » 15 Jun 2010 23:00

Ok, I guess I can now say, I told you so!!
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Re: Discussion on Jaswant Singh's book on Jinnah

Postby svenkat » 16 Jun 2010 14:23

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Re: Discussion on Jaswant Singh's book on Jinnah

Postby Sanku » 16 Jun 2010 14:28

Have you read Jaswant Singhs work? Just exactly what are you faulting him for?

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Re: Discussion on Jaswant Singh's book on Jinnah

Postby shiv » 16 Jun 2010 14:53

Just wondering are the words "deshbhakt" and "Indian tanks in Rawalpindi" allowed in the same sentence? I don't think any deshbakht would want to put Indian tanks in Rawalpindi. That is criminal ignorance of facts on the ground and shortsightedness to the point of blindness. Or useless rhetoric. Either way, why fault someone else?

Goes to show how broad a definition "deshbhakt" can have.

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Re: Discussion on Jaswant Singh's book on Jinnah

Postby RajeshA » 10 Jul 2010 16:35

An article: The J-Man and His Pakistan in PakTeaHouse by a foul mouthed Pakistani (as if there are others :roll: )

I have left a comment:
Raj wrote:India has no use of Muslim liberals in Pakistan. Relations between India and Pakistan will only improve when the confused lot called liberals in Pakistan make way for the true representatives of Islam.

The Pakistani Muslim liberal has no anchor whatsoever on which to build his ideology. He tries to do it on the shoulders of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, but he was simply a man, without ideology who managed to do great deeds using ideology.

Jinnah has given you a Country, but instead of being thankful, you demand more of him, than he has given, or could give. You demand the right to be like him, to live like him, in his Country but that is not part of the bargain.

The only option on the table is that you become true 'pak' Muslims, a privilege he himself could not partake of, or .... you break the table.


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