Saturday, August 18, 2007

Lal Masjid: The rolling stone

Gen. Mirza Aslam Beg has another letter.

Regime change has become inevitable. On a quiet moment, one can hear the rustling sound of the raging storm, which would break the military bondage and will pave the way for a peaceful transition to the rule of law and peoples’ power – the quintessential elements that lend grace and dignity to the nation. Ameen.

Wow... I never thought I would live to see a day when that would be printed.

Here is another speech, this time by Ameer Lashkar Tayabba

Referring to a statement by the Parliamentary Secretary for Defence in the Senate, Saeed said that the Pakistan Government has adopted policies against Islam, and the wind of change has started blowing.Saeed said the statement of the Parliamentary Secretary signified changes at the top, and added that it was the inner voice of the whole nation. He warned that if the rulers did not change their policies then they themselves would have to be changed. He further said that policies of the rulers had already created serious hatred against the Pakistan Army and the present situation resembled that of 1971, The News reported.

It is unthinkable that Amir Lashkar e Tayaba would openly say things like this.

It has begun.

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