Karachi: As peaceful anti-America protests ignited across the country, more and more ordinary Pakistanis get on the roads against the Anti-Islam film, marching towards US Embassies and Consulates, showing their hostility and animosity against the US and Pakistan government, the authorities then began to feel the heat sensing their dirty politics on the verge of shambles.
That was the crunch time they embark on planning something evil, something to malign the sincere protesters and peaceful protests. It’s when they first successfully exploded two bombs in Karachi followed by fake news SMS in order to threaten the people of coming out of their homes.
However, all these evil plans proved to be unproductive which forced the miscreants to plan something big, something final and that came in face of Public Holiday on Friday when the government called to celebrate Youm-e-Ishq-e-Rasool Salallaho Alayhe Wasallam, giving free hand to their own thugs to penetrate into the protests and create violence. Interesting is the fact they blocked cellular networks so that one could not launch an immediate complain against the miscreants, hijacking the peaceful protests.
Ultimately, it seems like the government played its cards right, it successfully diverted the blasphemy discussion towards the discussion that Pakistanis are emotional, they are violent, they are nuts and they could not even record their protests in a peaceful manner. All they did through by intentionally allowing the burning of banks and cinemas, tagging the crowd as violent protesters.
But we wonder how the government could protect the U.S embassy from being even touched? But they cannot protect the property of the people and we don’t even understand why people fail to recognize the culprits.
The fact that added fuel to the negative propaganda was the giddiness of our media as now the whole momentum against blasphemy has been diverted to violence by the media as they give it exclusive coverage and not showing hundreds of other peaceful protests across the country.
We must learn to distinguish between sincere ones who are deeply hurt by the blasphemous movie and are out on roads to record their peaceful protests, and government thugs who are out on roads for nothing but destroying public/private properties. This is not the first time government/agencies are using their thugs to defame the ones who take on streets solely for their love of Islam and RasulAllah (S.A.W). One should understand that protests create alot of pressure on government. Hence, by spreading their thugs within the peaceful masses, government will always try its best to shift the public opinion against the peaceful protests.
The people are still blessed with clear belief, they just need proper direction, proper actions and sincere leadership who do not play with them for their personal motives. If their demands are not met, the people could turn violent as it is in the human instinct.
Organized planning under the Islamic State against such acts is the sole ultimate solution.
The mess we saw yesterday is the creation of the trained people, those trained in creating street unrest, in robbing banks, burning cars, clashing with the police. The only Pakistanis who do this are members of the failed political parties. They are trained for this. An average Pakistani going out to protest the anti-Islam American film won’t be an expert in breaking into banks, torching restaurants and shops, and expertly clashing with the police. We’ve seen these things happen before and know who does these things. The Sincere Muslims must not be blamed, blame the sick political culture that has created a class of Pakistanis good at destruction in the name of democracy and politics: the ‘Karkun’ culture of these failed parties!
We must encourage the noble youth in particular, who are the flagbearers of Islam, its prized assets and its future, to persevere. We are not weak. We are strong because of the clear faith in Islam. We are not a minority. We are part of a global and powerful Muslim Ummah. We should not be disheartened by the media or the filthy politicians. We do not expect anything better from these corrupt politicians and rulers them. We expect from the youth who must stand for Islam and work for its establishment.