Pakistan Leven in chaos

Is het leven in een land van de islam echt het paradijs? Waarom zijn er geen rustige, stabiele islamitische landen op onze planeet?
Mahalingam
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1 dead, another injured in Pakistan factory blast

LAHORE, Pakistan

One person was killed and another injured in an explosion at a factory in northeastern Pakistan on Thursday.
A boiler blew up at a beverage factory on Multan Road in Lahore, capital of the province of Punjab, an official said.

Videos circulating on social media showed smoke rising from the factory before a huge explosion sends a cloud of fire high into the sky.
The blast caused extensive damage at the factory and also nearby buildings, according to Deeba Shahnaz, spokesperson for the provincial rescue service.

There were fears that casualties could be higher since the factory is located in a residential locality, but the official said the area was not crowded at the time of the explosion.

“One person died on the spot and another one is in hospital with 50% burns over his body,” she said.

Firefighters managed to douse the blaze and a cooling process has started, she added.

Pakistan has a history of industrial accidents due to poor infrastructure and lack of safety standards, with many factories set up in residential areas all over the country.

The incident comes less than two months after 15 people were killed and several injured when a massive fire swept through a chemical factory in Pakistan’s southern port city of Karachi.​​​​​​​
https://www.aa.com.tr/en/asia-pacific/1 ... st/2399058
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Pakistan: Islamists halt march after deal with government

The hard-line TLP party has agreed to suspend a three-day-long march after the government agreed to drop charges against its leader and consider expelling the French ambassador over caricatures of Prophet Muhammad.

The Pakistani government made the deal as part of efforts to defuse a violent protest

The radical Tehreek-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) party on Sunday agreed to suspend its march from Lahore toward the capital Islamabad after the government said it would drop pending charges against the party's leader and consider the expulsion of the French ambassador.

"The issue of expelling the French ambassador will be taken to parliament for debate," Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said, adding that the government would drop charges against TLP chief Saad Rizvi and release those arrested at protests in support of Rizvi.

In return, the TLP agreed to stop the march but said supporters would continue a sit-in at the town of Muridke — near Lahore — until the Pakistani government delivers its promises. It was unclear when Rivzi would be released.

Deadly clashes erupt

At least two policemen have died in clashes in Lahore since Friday, authorities said, adding that at least a dozen officers were injured and several police vehicles were torched.
Thousands of TLP supporters have blocked roads and fired projectiles.
TLP spokesperson Saddam Bukhari said "at least seven" of its supporters died in the clashes, and that hundreds more were injured in clashes with police.

Ahmed said the government was unaware of any deaths of TLP supporters.

Who is the TLP?

Rizvi was arrested in April during demonstrations against the publication in France of caricatures of Islam's Prophet Muhammad. Pakistan refused to expel the French ambassador and instead banned the TLP under the country's anti-terrorism laws.

Rizvi had been detained on a charge of inciting people to assemble unlawfully.

Provincial Law Minister Raja Basharat told The Associated Press that under the agreement, Punjab will withdraw charges against Rizvi and release all those detained during the protest march by Tuesday.

Basharat also said the agreement stipulates that the federal government will honor a previous commitment with the TLP to address diplomatic relations with France over the publication of the caricatures.

The TLP gained prominence in Pakistan's 2018 elections, vowing to defend the country's blasphemy law, which calls for the death penalty for anyone who insults Islam.
https://www.dw.com/en/pakistan-islamist ... a-59610998
Wie in de Islam zijn hersens gebruikt, zal zijn hoofd moeten missen.
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In hoeverre kunnen de beroepsmoslims bepalen hoe de maatschappij ingericht wordt?
Hier een bespreking van de mogelijkheid van een theocratisch bestuurd Pakistan.
An Islamic Emirate in Pakistan: Sooner than later?

It is not that an extremist religious outfit, created and used, by the Pakistan establishment brought the entire State of Pakistan on its knees through its more than one mobilization. The Tehreek e- Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), Frankenstein created by the Pak establishment proved too hot for its creators.

Religion and politics blended in the thickets of Pakistan society. Middle, lower-middle, and poor citizenry of this impoverished nation of more than 22 billion mouths has been often fed with the legit or illegit dreams of ‘Jannat’, ‘jihad’, ‘freely available virgins’ rather than the diet of humanity and prosperity. Mullahs were often extremely poor before the entry of 70’s petrol dollars in the entire sub-continent. Their livelihood was dependent on the local mosque collections by the followers. The situation has changed of late. These Mullahs became affluent now because billions of US dollars began flowing in the 80’s period through Pakistan to groom ‘mujahids’ for a jihad against the Soviets.

A large part of these American dollars went into the coffers of these Mullahs to run their newly created jihadi workshops. The dictator of Pakistan became a white knight overnight in the eyes of the West. But, he was clever to know that his Islamic Emirate dream will become reality one day in Pakistan. He sowed the seeds and now the crop is ready for the bloody harvest.

Present day mullah community in Pakistan is not only affluent with several of their children sired through more than one wife and are undergoing western education in Europe, the UK, Canada, Australia and the US. However, the façade of austerity and piety is maintained for poor lot who hope that ‘Allah’ will help them in getting heat in the hearth in current depreciating currency and exorbitant inflationary pressure. The current dispensation of Imran Khan is popularly known as allegedly ‘selected’ government! Selected by the powerful Pakistan establishment which is turning regressive and pretending to be more religious than others. One can often see the PM of Pakistan often carrying rosary in hands in every optical opportunity and unabashedly declaring his love for the prophet!! This is not to fool who knows his background but the blindly religious poor peasantry of Pakistan.

The religious sects of ‘Deobandi’ and ‘Barelvi’ are major groups among the population of Pakistan ‘Sunni’ following with some more but in minority. Afghan Taliban belong to the Deobandi sect and also Jamat Islami and Tahreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). Deobandi influence is largely among the Pashtun tribes and some Punjabis. Its influence is mostly limited to the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa (KPK) and its borderland in Punjab and Balochistan. However, Barelvi influence is pervasive in the thickly populated province of Punjab and the province of Sind. Almost 60-70% of the Pakistan army, and its paramilitary recruitment is from Punjab province and the majority of recruits coming from Barelvi influence.

With this backdrop, why this recent violence perpetrated by TLP was not responded to by the writ of the state? Writ of the state will take a back seat if the Pakistan establishment will face Barelvi agitation. The reason is obvious, Pakistan security forces will not mind killing and firing on Sindhis or Baloch or even Pashtuns, but would be the last one to take arms up on Barelvi Punjabi agitators.

TLP is the creation of the Pakistan army to keep tabs on any political dispensation and succeeded tremendously on every occasion. Pakistan state is passing through an extreme economic phase because of international pressures on its economy from various important quarters. Pakistan establishment knows full well that armed take over is out of the question now like before due to amendment in the constitution and US legislations for aids. Pakistan army can only maintain control on entire system if these Mullahs can become top temporal leaders like what happened when the Iran revolution culminated with Mullahs occupying topmost position and still kept some kind of democracy. Army is all-pervasive in Iran and it is same in Pakistan. Mullah community will give façade of Islam and keep this community and its followers happy. It appears now slowly clear that Pakistan’s democracy farce will come to end sooner than later. It will be now watched how TTP will fight it out for its own domain in KPK and tribal belt where Barelvi sect is an anathema.
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De religieuze hotemetoten van Pakistan vinden gewoon castreren (ballen eraf) halal maar chemische castratie is haram.
Pakistan ziet af van chemische castratie verkrachters na kritiek van islamitische raad

Chemische castratie is volgens Bukhari ook in strijd met de Pakistaanse grondwet.
:smile4: Chemische castratie in de tijd van Bukhari. Dat ze toen al chemische castratie toepaste. Hoe dan?
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Misschien pasten ze Kamelenpis toe, een wondermiddel voor alle kwalen aldus ene Mohammed, stichter van een cult van onderwerping rondom zijn persoon met behulp van enige Djinn die de mensen zicht op zaken benamen.
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