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I admire your courage and the truth which u have n the guts to write in a country like Pakistan.
Thank you Faiza for highlighting the plight of minorities in Pakistan
You are a brave and liberal soul.
May your tribe increase.
An admirer from across the border.
Down to earth article, must be read by all parents living abroad!!!
Common God is lost, we are talking more about communal Gods, everyone wants to equally picture and anticipate how God appears to be? Horror stories are the prime basis of fear and wanting to prove righteous amongst the general people, be it at a mosque or on the road.. somehow everyone has an authority here to suggest. This scheme of religion has made Pakistan a failed state. The capacity of bringing out the real in you.. engineer, architect, poet.. has been challenged and put to rest at the same time with sphere of futile exercise, prayer!
@Faiza.. your highlights of reality is certainly applauded with an echo so loud in a massive hall that a hope that people shall rise to the common basic rights and wrongs has yet again emerged..!
These so called TV anchors are not serving any good to a great religion. I fail to understand as to why channels are using failed and irresponsible anchors like Maya Khan and Dr Shahid. The intentions in the TV show were to acquire cheap publicity. Government regulatory authority should take action if these TV channels publicly apologies to all Muslims and non-Muslims. Lets see if the infamous Supreme Court takes any Sue muto action in this regards
good work …………………… keep it up
Miss Faiza its yours courage to write an article on such topic. its is balanced and good research work for being educated the masses regarding the topic
Thanks for writing about honor killing, I am with you 100%. We need to do thousand of TV programs on it. Pleas ask the TV personals to do many programs on it. all honor issuse emerges from Men and yet mostly of the time they are not killed.
Best Regards from Toronto
Miss Faiza, i like your article and i really appreciate your best efforts regarding the right of the women , in our society, and we hope one day the women will stand in our society with men shoulder to shoulder for theirs rights as per Islamic role relegation .
Wish u best of luck and keep it on .
miss fiza i m not completely agree with you on many points u are come with valid arguments but some where your feminism approach over come the facts but any hows that was my opinion
Religious Schollars can bring a noticeable change as they are in position to turn the tables & inject in minds of masses the true value of women. But to get the job done, they themselves need to correct their misunderstandings & misconceptions as majority of them are not much keen to go in favour of women and like to keep them at same level as they are today.
A collective approach can set a stage to achieve results, if we all wish to live a genuine peacefull life, free of tension and stress which has engulfed the human life, especially women to make them feel like they are thrown in the fire to keep them burning all the times.
Well done Miss Faiza….. Keep it UP .. you have done a great job.
Allah aap ko sada khush rakhay aur salamat bhi.
Hope to read more your articles as I like your writing style. It is marvelous & to the point.
May Allah Bless you with all His Bounties & Glories
Un-knowingly they have become used to mask or make up their inner feelings as well same like their outlooks. Some time it is very hard to reach their genuine problems as they are made not to speak to outsiders.
Well the problem will remain exsist and quite a number of women will remain suffering at the hands on men unless they are given full knowledge & education to make them aware of what status they shall have in the society and made them free of being oppressed or depressed.
Hats Off To You Dear…
You have written this article in a very effective way to make the readers understand that women are also born with feelings, aspirations, ambitions, same like men do. They are only different by physical structure but otherwise they have capabilities to develope themselves & be an active member of human society to discharge their duties & play roles in different fields & walks of life. They are equally important creation of Allah / God / Lord, same like men.
In fact, since long period of time, women have been considered as just to please men, give birth to kids, serve their close family members ( parents, brothers before marriage ) and ( Husband, In-Laws after marriage). Majority of women do not have much choices of their own, and are forced to be dependent. Living in this kind of situations continuously for years & centuries, they have been & become just like objects of their male counterparts and not the life partners where they are given freedom of choice so that they can live a real happy life.
This is a wonderful article. I wish our religious leaders remind this message during Friday Khutba.
Ican't believe that being a pakistan base journalist you have written such a wonderful artical, your article is also applicable to us( Hindu Indians).
Take care yourself. God bless you Miss Faiza.
Partha Bhattacharjee Haldia West Bengal India
@ Miss Faiza
wonderful article. I really feel educated. it reflects the collective collapse of tolerance and religious morality…. there is a great need to foster inter faith harmony. God loves all humans regardless of the faith they hold…. thats all are living under the same sky…. what matters in the end are your deeds nd how we treat our fellow humans…. French thinker voltaire said… “all sects are differnt bcoz they come from man…. and morality in all religions is same bcoz it comes from God”