Good visuals excite me.
The beauty of nature mesmerizes me.
Memories of Pakistan nostalgia-te me.
Position of women worries me.
Chauvinists exasperate me.
Preachers of false dogmas enrage me.
Terrorism sickens me.
Extremists frustrate me.
Moral policing infuriates me.
The lost community baffles me.
Racism saddens me.
Political bastards need to get a life!


Monday, November 30, 2009

This Month's Terrorist Activities

A total of 12 bomb attacks.

Dead: 126
Injured: 365+

The month reeked havoc in the city of Peshawar this whole month. Out of the 12 attacks, 10 of them in Peshawar. The N.W.F.P. hardly celebrates the religious events with the rest of the country; doesn't agree with the National Law; have been more brotherly towards the brother on the West; and such chaos wouldn't last long before the province separates into an independent country, or merges with Afghanistan, or become no-man's-land. And once that province is gone, Sindh will scream, then Baluchistan .. God have mercy on this country!

1. 2nd, Rawalpindi, Punjab. Double suicide bombings detonate outside a bank; bombers were on bicycles. 35 dead; 60 injured.

2. 10th, Charsadda, N.W.F.P. Car bomb hits a busy market. 24 dead; 100 injured.

3. 13th, Peshawar, N.W.F.P. Bombs hits the Inter-services Intelligence headquarters. 17 dead; 56 injured.

4. 19th, Peshawar, NW.F.P. Bombing outside a local court. 19 dead; 51 injured.

More and more civilians are becoming victims to these hideous acts each passing day!

Ban on Mosque Minarets in Switzerland

We don't really have a name of age we're living in, do we? Or is it still the Iron-Age? I suggest it be called the Ban-Everything-Age.

The left is a poster published in Switzerland protesting against the minarets and the female-Muslim-clothing. It was this historic poster that has led to the official ban yesterday. The left is a French version of the poster, where not being permitted to ground the same poster as the Swiss one led them to creating this; it says censorship is another reason to ban minarets.

Our dear Ayaan Hirsi has strongly supported this ban on minarets as well. I only have one things to say here.The ban on minarets in Switzerland is absolute crap since it is just an architectural symbol of the place of worship. Unless, this architectural symbol was being used for it's original purpose, i.e., an imam climbing it to call for prayer, or attaching a loudspeaker to it for calling to prayer. Since neither of that is happening, the ban is just another example of an Islamophobe Europe. Do be cautioned, Islamophobe is not really my favorite term, since it doesn't really reflect as to what exactly Europe is phobic about.

I came across this. I don't know how true this is, since I haven't seen a major newspaper cover this story. It could also be political to not publish it, since it's about a Christian issue, in a Muslim country.

Anyhow, the link is about an arrest of 9 pastors in 2 Christian majority villages outside Lahore, Pakistan. Reason being, they used a loudspeaker for their sermons. It is true though that churches in Muslim countries are not allowed to make sounds that become too public. All bells and sermons have to stay within it's four walls. And then, if Muslims ask permission to be able to call for Azaan in a non-Muslim country. Then that is just really funny!

I am not being anti-Islamic, I am just being fair.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Eid ul Azha Mubarak

I am so not in the mood .. but anyways ... *keep smiling*

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Giant Lily

Giant Lily, or Victoria Amazonica (after my dear Queen) is a genus of water lilies, in the plant family Nymphaeaceae (how do you pronounce so many vowels together?), with very large leaves that float atop the water's surface. The leaf can go up to 3 meters (9.8 feet) in diameter, on a stalk 7-8 meters (22.9 - 26.3 feet) in length. You could even stand on one of those!

While talking of lilies, we mustn't forget Claude Monet, and his famous lilies! Even he found something magical about them that he had to make them immortal. I really find something so erotic about lilies, it makes me think of private ponds and harem girls :P .. though Monet's work certainly doesn't project such a perception :D


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