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Manhandled By The Police

March 25th, 2017, posted in ChARACtERs, PAKiSTAN, Photography, Scarface'S DIARY
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Pakistan’s popular progressive poet, Habib Jalib, being manhandled by the police during an anti-Zia rally in Lahore in 1981.

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Habib Jalib Poetry – Yahan Oulti Ganga Behti Hai

March 24th, 2017, posted in ChARACtERs, PAKiSTAN, POEPLes, POEtRY..
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I Write In Praise Of Martyrs Than Why Should I Run Away From It

March 18th, 2017, posted in ChARACtERs, MESSAGEs, PAKiSTAN, POEPLes, Sufism
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Bano Qudsia About Truth

March 3rd, 2017, posted in ChARACtERs, MESSAGEs, POEPLes, Scarface'S DIARY
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One Often Prays For Things They Do Not Have

January 11th, 2017, posted in ChARACtERs, MESSAGEs, PAKiSTAN, POEPLes, Scarface'S DIARY
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Ibn-i-Insha,Ibn-e-Insha,Insha,Urdu,Urdu poet,urdu writter,shurfa tabqaFamous Urdu poet, author and satirist, Ibn-i-Insha, once wrote that as he was coming out of a mosque, he saw a person from the shurfa tabqa (respectable middle-class) talk to a poor man who stood outside the mosque, seemingly praying. The shareef gentleman asked him what he was praying for.

The poor man said he was praying for shelter, some food and maybe even a job. Hearing this, the gentleman got slightly agitated and asked, “Why are you praying for these materialistic things?” The poor man replied with a question of his own: “What do you pray for, sahib?”

I pray for the strength of my faith,” the gentleman proudly responded. “Good,” said the poor man, “one often prays for things they do not have.

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