Famous Columnist, Writer and Poet Orya Maqbool Jan said that two countries have had been involved to invoke restlessness and tensions in Syria and Egypt. In a show hosted by the anchor person Osama Ghazi on Samaa TV, the veteran journalist, prolific writer and analyst Orya Maqbool Jan was taken online to express his views over the massacre happening in the Islamic State Egypt. Unfortunately when people from particular sect or ethnic groups are target of killed, only their members protest and raise voice against the injustice and inhumane act while the rest other remain silence and aloof from the matters.
He said that there have had been series of capitalist and secular rulers in Egypt who in the name of democracy had participated in the killing of natives on large scale. The killings began when the citizens declined to accept democracy in the country and demanded the Islamic Shariah Law to be implemented in the country. Around 2,000-3,000 people have been killed so far in the riot but the media did not cover the issue the way it needed to be highlighted.
Orya Maqbool said that the Muslim nations have had remained silent when the war between Israel and Palestine broke out. Saddam Hussein himself participated while others did nothing. Tensions have stirred with the news stating Hosni Mubarak to be set free. People took to streets because they believe in practicing democracy that demands Khalifa and not the western definition of democracy that does not include the name of almighty ALLAH.
The analyst said that Al-Jazeera which is considered the largest mouthpiece of Islamic media does not cover the killing in Egypt. However, even if a western man holds a gun it is still given importance. Orya called upon the entire Muslim Ummah to show unity against the tyranny.
[junkie-alert style=”white”] In reply to a question Orya said that this Egypt killing may take a widespread in various other Islamic countries if no collective action is taken against the barbaric attack.[/junkie-alert]
He questioned that why no pen, panel works to highlight the injustice being done in Egypt. Being questioned about the role of Al-Qaeda he said that is the violation of human rights that has given birth to the formation of such terrorist groups. When one’s voice remains unheard, the demands are not met then there remains no choice but to get hold of weapons and a terrorist does not know any principle or rule.
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