16 Comments to “Prophecies of Abul Kalam”

  1. Samreen

    Apr 13th, 2012

    Extremely good post ali, hats off.

    Its true that watching this speech on 23rd march made me very sad that how can they spread so much negativity on Yaum e Pakistan. I mean, this clearly shows the extent of biased approach that our media is applying.

    Thanks for giving it a thought unlike most of us and raising the voice. This is the need of time… let me check the links now :)

    • ali488

      Apr 13th, 2012

      Thank you sam. I know it wont make a difference but at least i raised my voice, i tried to do something. It is our responsibility to first investigate any news fed to us.

  2. afshan

    Apr 13th, 2012

    awesome piece of work , even i was really surprised and kind of impressed but didn't bother to research, good work ali !

    • ali488

      Apr 13th, 2012

      that is the main problem.. people trust and believe what the media feeds us.. only if the media played its part responsibly

  3. Senilius

    Apr 13th, 2012

    Good work man!

    Though the current scenario makes me want to go back together with India. Musalmanon se to Hindu hi achhay niklay.

    • ali488

      Apr 13th, 2012

      Thanks. I know the current scenario is not good and it is depressing.. as brother of Hakim Saeed said "Main karbala main zinda raha aur tum madina main mardye gaye". But this is where we live, this is our land. We have to live, fight and survive here.

  4. AhMeD

    Apr 13th, 2012

    awesome write up Ali :)

    but i dont think the repeat of his speech gained much popularity in main media

    • ali488

      Apr 13th, 2012

      it did not, but it is still being played extensively. TV channels did aired special shows on the same topic

  5. AhMeD

    Apr 13th, 2012

    agree with ur points that indian muslims although been greater in number can never become an entity as strong as Pakistan

    • ali488

      Apr 13th, 2012

      its common sense, the minority no matter how large will always be a minority. moreover the hindus enjoyed closer relations with the british and were therefore always going to be in much more power

  6. moyed

    Apr 14th, 2012

    Excellent post Ali

  7. Munis

    Apr 15th, 2012

    Thanks for educating us on this matter Ali !

  8. smakhan

    Sep 4th, 2012

    Ah!!! Pakistan. We are Pakistanis, we will never ever accept our mistakes.
    OK accepted; interview is not authentic, but are the predictions of Azad or Kashmiri (As per you) are not right? This is a big Question. You don't even have a single leader in your history with such a tremendous caliber.

    you think media has fed us, sorry bros this is our Pakistan studies taught us right from KG who has fed us the bullshit. Try to watch and reasearch
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIjydcEHnFA

    • ali488

      Sep 5th, 2012

      Okay since you took such an aggressive stance from the word go let me help you with it, the point of this article was not to deny the so called predictions, it was to question the mannerism in which they were being portrayed. I mean we could have used these predictions as a reflection of what we have had become. True the predictions are very close to our reality, but that does not mean that we insist and aid them on making the come true, and it does not mean that the ideology or entire concept of Pakistan was wrong. As for leaders, I think you need to do a bit of reading on who Jinnah, Liaquat Ali, Sir Syed, Ch Rehmatullah, Johar Brothers etc were.
      Lastly the role of media has been exponentially negative in our country and that is a cost you pay for "free" media, its free for sale. Yes the school curriculum have taught us things that are at times bullshit but that again all boils down to how you want to realize things.. by the looks of it we are pretty much on track to make these prophecies come true.


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