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|Sunday, February 01, 2009|
| By Saqib @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 11:50 AM | (Saqibt)|
Well done Quaid. It is very difficult for Iftikhar Ahmed to catch you - and why not. You are truthful and sincere. As long as you are on this path you will continue raising your credibility, inshallah!|
Also nice to see you in a more relaxed move like a statesman :-)
| By Taimur @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 12:34 PM | (Taimurahmed)|
I feel really annoyed with unpatient attitude of iftikhar..|
| By Saqib @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 12:43 PM | (Saqibt)|
I don't think you should get too annoyed. After all he extracts some of the answers on certain issues, which opponents use to attack Imran K. |
Apart from that we should accept the format of the program. It is a hard hitting program, but unfortunately it gets a little bit more hard hitting on certain personalities, but we should not be afraid since we have NOTHING to hide :-)
| By Navedrana @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 1:16 PM | (navedrana)|
Great program... keep going PTI we are doing well but have a long way to go-|
| By Raja Sufyan Aftab @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 3:07 PM | (yhdil)|
Imran khan is the only solution to pakistan.|
May ALLAH give him long, peacful, and blessed life (Ameen).
| By Daaz @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 3:14 PM | (daaz)|
Thnx 4 the Video|
Imran Khan is really a Great man
God Bless him and I will support him woth everything I have.
| By Insafian @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 4:10 PM | (Imranakhtar)|
Great Leader. Librel like Allama Iqbal's Shaheen. What else do pakistanis need?
| By asif238 @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 4:56 PM | (asif238)|
Insaf "Insaf" hota hai, left ya right nahi. Well done! giving reason for your support to different people. We need honest & daring leader who can bring back the respect that muslims enjoyed under the leadership of Jinnah & Iqbal.|
| By Husain @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 5:20 PM | (husainnk)|
One very important point in the programme was in relation to the Shariat ... |
The problem is that the term Shariat is used more by Hardcore fundamentalists whom everyone condemns, whereas it should be used more by intellectual and educated people who understand Islam in its entirety ... Due to this reason most people get bogged down when someone uses the term Shariat, just like Iftikhar used it ... However one must understand that Shariat is not something to be ashamed of ... Its just that the perception that people have in mind about Shariat causes people to think that if someone supports Shariat than he supports Taliban ... That is something very foolish to assume and Iftikhar was continously trying to exploit the wrong sense of it ... However Imran very rightly clarified that Shariat actually means Esteem, Humanity and Justice ... He disabused the anchor that Shariat is actually what Islam tells you to do, and if someone automatically relates Shariat to the so called 'Taliban Imposed Shariat' than he is surely on the wrong side of the river ...
It really annoys me when someone starts relating his very moderate Islamic views to sympathy for Taliban !!!
Long Live Imran
Long Live Pakistan !!
| By Nasir Mehmood @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 6:35 PM | (inasirpk)|
I don't know if anyone of you have noticed the skipped part of the interview (at 8:02 mins) where I think IK actually criticized Zardari & co but it was edited by GEO (if it is the full interview recorded video).|
If it's true then it's really shamefull for guttless GEO.
otherwise IK was as great as he has alway been,,,,,,,,,,
| By InsaafLeader @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 7:20 PM | (MaxPayne)|
| By sajjadkhan @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 8:24 PM | (sajjadkhan)|
iftikar is annoying but i guess he has to be like annoying lawyer since programme name is ,"jawab daay" but imran was much mre relax an to the point compare to the last interview he had with iftikar & i see my leader is getting polish in interviews & politics every day.|
| By ahmed qadri @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 10:41 PM | (ahmedqadri)|
Although it was hard-talk type program where interviewee is usually asked with impulse attacking questions which at time make the person annoyed.If we could remember that Benazir Bhutto walked out because she had no answer but Great Khan with high class patients played all deliveries very well. |
I like his confidence and utter believe when he says; Let me come to the power and you will see. That remind me his 1987 statement when he before media plainly challenged that “I will beat India in India and England in England” and he did.
InshAllah he will do it again on a bigger canvas.
I have a firm believe that Heaven won’t waste such a talented person, Amen.
| By wbuttar buttar @
Sunday, February 01, 2009 11:15 PM | (wbuttar)|
More polished and daring interview. He has nothing to hide due to his clean politics.|
| By Hassan Niazi @
Monday, February 02, 2009 1:25 AM | (Hassan Niazi)|
I agree with you Saqib completely. After every interview I watch of Imran Khan, I see him maturing every day as a politician. His calm demeanor in this interview made so much more impressive of a reflection of his personality than at times when others exploit him of his gentleness.
Very good insight brother. Taking your point forward, Imran Khan makes an ordinary Muslim so proud of being a Muslim as he defends with full wisdom topics like Shariah, its meaning and that it's not a "right-wing" thing if you talk to uphold Shariah when you are in power.
Also another great point he made was that this left-right theory is an utter non-sense to divide and deviate people from the issues by forcing them to stereotype the opposite party's image and hence never understand them. This was started by the Western politicians for their political agendas by exploiting others (even other governments) of their positions on issues they could easily prove unpopular and hence multiplying the unpopular effect through this type of stereotyping unfairly.
Imran Khan proved you can think of yourself as liberal and still talk about good points of Talibans (implementation of justice), talk about implementation of Shariah, and talk about Allama Iqbal as an ideal as in real sense a practicing Muslim (who can be a fundamentalist in a sense that he believes in the fundamentals of Islamic principles and leads his life in accordance with those principles, not that fundamentalist as propagated and brain washed by the western media) is a liberal since he respects others by following Islam itself which dictates that very point. But this should not be confused with the secular theory which is a conspiracy against Islam as fully exposed by Imran Khan himself in an address to the Urdu university on 22nd Jan 2009. This to me was very impressive. The link is available on PTI's website itself in the"Latest Videos" section. I recommend all to watch it.
Love to all my Pakistani brothers and sisters.
| By Hassan Niazi @
Monday, February 02, 2009 1:29 AM | (Hassan Niazi)|
Mate your statement :
"Insaf is Insaf" ……it's not "Left or Right"
In my opinion, this is the slogan of the year. Really really insightful and intellectual.
I propose that we adopt it as one of PTI's slogans. It defines PTI's ideology exceptionally brilliantly in a concise but very elaborate manner.
All brothers please lobby and show support for this slogan and adopt it as one of our official one.
| By furqan @
Monday, February 02, 2009 3:36 AM | (furqanjeee)|
| By Web Management @
Monday, February 02, 2009 11:51 AM | (umurtaza)|
Another link to the same video:
Better quality :-)
| By asad khan @
Wednesday, February 04, 2009 1:10 PM | (asadkhan337)|
Liked the interview- saw it twice. I have a few objections..... 1) he talks about Jirga as a great model of justice in Tribal area. That is quite misleading. I have many friends and relatives who are from Tribal area and when Jirga was going on pre-Taliban time, even then , there was lot of cruelty, injustice and usually the rich KHAN of the tribes would get away with things. Women were cruelly punished and honor killing was the norm. So Jirga is not something romantically ideal solution as well, UNLESS we want to go back to medieval times. |
2) Although Imran critiqued Taliban but he also highlighted their achievements too. That they gave some semblance of rule of law. Does he then support Taliban hanging people publicly and shooting women publicly. Because that was their idea of rule of law. Does he also agree when Taliban closed all the music shops.
(He did say he doesn't agree with Taliban's DEEN MEIN KOI JABAR NAHEEN) --- so where does he stand on Taliban's general method of meting out punishments. Does he also agree with cutting of hands.
3) He mentioned that people can be justified to do suicide bombing against the miltary (not the civilians). Was he talking about suicide bombing against our own military or someone else??
4) Did he ever condemn the beheadings done by Pakistani Taleban. If he can ask the military to stop the atrocity, why he can't condemn the atrocities of Taliban beheading people.
| By Husain @
Wednesday, February 04, 2009 6:55 PM | (husainnk)|
Well I think I do not exactly know what the Jirga exactly is like, but as an average citizen watching and hearing about some of the terrorizing ways of the Taliban for maintaining rule of law, and as a staunch supporter of the PTI stand for the rule of law through peaceful and uncoerced means I find IK's stance on the Taliban issue a little soft ... |
However, a few days back I was watching this programme of Hamid Mir where he was talking to the people in Swat, and they all were of the view that Shariah should be imposed in Swat because things were more peaceful in Swat when Shariah was being followed...
So things aren't really black and white here...
| By ALI @
Saturday, February 07, 2009 12:09 AM | (alihassan)|
nice , its seems that Iftikhar was also impressed with Imran. good job cheif|
| By sajjad ul hassan @
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 10:39 AM | (sajjad ul hassan)|
We all prouds on Pakistan but a day will come when Pakistan will proud on Imran khan|
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