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Md Akmal
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Md Akmal

SENIOR MEMBER, Male, 60, from Dhaka

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    1. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Akmal Sahib, you're going to have greater faith in your own abilities because Pakistan is right now tearing herself apart and it maybe so that in around a decade or two...we may not really have a 'Pakistan' left !
    2. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Ahh..well I'm glad to hear that ! Indeed Akmal Sahib a lot of Pakistan's problems are due to the American presence in Afghanistan but many more are because of Pakistan's own policies; we shouldn't have created the Afghan Mujahideen in the first place and now those indoctrinated people have become a very big problem for Pakistan and Afghanistan !
    3. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Akmal Sahib, long time no reply ! I'm sorry if I offended you with my last post but would you rather I lie ?
    4. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Akmal sahbi, the Hira Mandi from what I'v heard is the 'Prostitution Hub of Lahore', no respectable person goes there but should you wish to you're going to have to go on your own because I can't really help you there.

      I'm not sure why Bhutto was hanged. Some say that it was because of a 'political murder' that he committed others say because he was becoming the sole spokesperson of the '3rd World' and needed to be taken out, either way not many of us think that his 'hanging' was the correct thing to do ! There are people here in Pakistan who still idolize him !
    5. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Aaah...! Forgive me I've never come across anything like that on the streets of Lahore so :(
    6. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Oh Akmal Sahib, I'm born and bred in Lahore and my only visit to Rawalpindi is once every few years and that too is usually more towards Islamabad than Rawalpindi though my Grandfather was born there and my Father spent close to 6-7 years in Rawalpindi and so he does have fond memories of the city. So I'll ask them about the 'Women who sold Dried-Fruits' but nowadays in Lahore thats usually done by men and overwhelmingly so by Pathans plus there are dried-fruit shops almost in every major market in Lahore. But if you do visit Lahore please send me a message and I'll try to entertain as best as I can ! :)
    7. Md Akmal
      Md Akmal
      @ Yes I have a plan. You know I was born in Rawalpindi some where near Pakistan Counsil (in those days). The general area is, if you follow the road in front of Hotel Inter Continental facing towards Raja Bazar but short of railway line.

      @ In Pakistan, I had been in Malir Cantt, Noshera, Rawalpindi. I visited Muree both "Upper Topa" and "Lower Topa" and went upto Muzzafurabad. I visited Rawal Dam. I was in there in Lahore but very frequently visited Lahore.

      @ You know, in those days in Rawalpindi there were lot of women wearing "ghagra" who used to sell "Choware" and "Akhroot". Those women used to sing like this, " Choware-- e lo akhroo ---t, bajhza, totta, pital, silvor ---- bataloo ". I used to really enjoy those calling. Are they still continuing with this calling ??????
    8. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Akmal sahib, any plans on visiting Pakistan ?
    9. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Thank You for your reply. Akmal Sahib what disturbs me, here in Pakistan, is that many amongst our educated intelligensia are talking about a 'Secular Pakistan' as something thats not only Jinnah wanted but is in fact sanctioned by the Quran itself. The problem is that most of our religious folks are too busy deciding over trivial things like 'where your supposed to fold your hands when you pray' instead of trying to provide a counter-narrative that is logically sound. What I fear is that Pakistanis are going to forget everything that we ever fought for because now a days you're going to come across educated, liberal Pakistanis talking about 'how the Partition was a massive blunder' and that 'Jinnah was in league with the British and that the Congress was correct'; thankfully this numbers isn't large but their presence in the media continues to grow.
    10. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Hey, what are your views on 'Secularism' in the context of a Secular Pakistan and a Secular Bangladesh ?
    11. Armstrong
      Armstrong
      Mr Akmal ! I sent an excerpt of what you posted about the Colonel in the '71 War Thread and he was moved and he wanted me to convey his Love and Regards to you !
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    15. Luffy 500
      Luffy 500
      Bro, Turkey was ruled by kelamists who are as extreme as BAL and they ruled turkey for 60 years and still
      couldn't turn turks athiests. Its only in cities like istanbul and Izmir that westerniaztion and anti-islamization has taken a major shape but majority turks are still very religious otherwise AKP couldn't have
      gotten a overwhelming majority support. What I am saying is that , it takes lots of time to wipe out
      60 years of ***** and it can not be done overnight. We shouldn't judge turks by the actions of Kelamists
      the same way the world should not judge BD by the action of Awami league.
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    Oct 7, 1958 (Age: 60)
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    Dhaka
    Occupation:
    Serving in NGO
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