Innocency Or Hypocrisy?



Of late, I came across the views of many people who don’t like to see or hear even a single word against the dear me dear intelligence agencies of Pakistan and Pakistan Army, simultaneously they’re also endorsing the cause of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui and are pretty much browned-off since the verdict has been announced.


In May 2004, the then Interior Minister of Pakistan acknowledged that Dr. Aafia Siddiqui was abducted from Karachi by Pakistani security agencies — that automatically held former president General Musharraf accountable for her miseries by the way.


All I’m unable to understand is the tantrum of those people who are ‘never’ ready to hear a single word against ISI or Pakistan Army, despite the fact that their own responses are no less than the oxymoron — supporting Dr. Aafia on one side and on the other hand supporting those as well who’re actually responsible for Dr. Aafia’s miseries.


What should we call it: a hypocrisy or an innocency?


PS: I say, please, at least denounce the bad moves — be it coming from any one.

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3 Responses to Innocency Or Hypocrisy?

  1. tarjuman says:

    A very good question, indeed. It has been the PakistanArmy and ISI and associated assortment of intel agencies which have shed the blood of fellow Muslims throught the length and breadth of pakistan. And recently they were caught with their pants down when American special ops soldiers were killed in malakand. These people have sold the country for dollars. But sadly it is zaid hamid and co who have been shamefully and sadly behind them. Why cant he say a word about american military presence and their drone bases in pakistan

    • tajzia says:

      I have written a rebuttal of NFP’s article on dawn here:

      http://tajzia.wordpress.com/2010/02/13/afia-caust-deniers-and-revisionists/

      Please have a look and tell me how to improve it

      • Absar says:

        Let me read it. I’ll comment on it there.

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