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Sunday, September 26, 2004

Ashfaq Ahmed - What a man he was

We lost a great writer, a good poet, an eloquent speaker, a talented artist and above these all we lost a great man. But except all of these traits i remember him as a great "Sufi" and a "Muddabbir". he would talk hours long and you would just remain soaked and mesmerized in the meanings of those simple sentences. He gave us very big messages in those simple events and things that he used to recall and share with us. But it is not that just i have a great inspiration from Ashfaq Ahemd but there is a circle around him or may be on big canvas a Galaxy of people that really stood out and made themselves distinct from the rest of the world. Some of them are Qudrat-ul-Allah Shahab (The personality who has a very powerful impact on my life - although very few people know him today but those who know him can tell who he actually was. I would definitely be writing about him a lot in this blog), Mumtaz Mufti, Bano Qudsiya (His very own wife) and a lot of poeple who really have characters of their own.
I was reading a pick from his writings in Sunday's Jang Magazine titled "Meray mernay ka baad kia hoga" (What would happen after my death)(Sunday Magazine 19th Sep 2004 - http://www.jang.com.pk). He must have written it years back but in that small pick he had beautifully painted and depicted our society with sheer truth and simplicity. The article really stuck me hard.

May Allah give him the eternal peace of Jannah - Amen

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M Tabraiz Feham

Friday, September 24, 2004

President Pervez Musharraf's Speech in UN General Assembly - Comments from Tabraiz Feham

Yesterday the President's speech in General Assembly was very thoughtful and a factual one. President dared to speak blatantly about all the heinous issues that are being faced by the muslim world today. He pointed out that if the trend continues West and Muslim world would get completely aparted. As according to his own words

"Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf warned an "iron curtain" was falling between the Islamic world and the West as Muslims feel they are getting no justice in international disputes."

Quoted from ChannelAsiaNews.com

The president pointed out all the dispute that are the root cause of international terrorism. such as Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan including Kashmir. If world has to come any closure to peace then these issues must be resolved in an unprejudiced manner. Wars and invades because of potential threats are definitely not the solution to the problem but would just emblaze the sitaution a bit more.

Hope that both west and muslim world realize the intriguity of the situation and the World becomes a place of peace and tranquil.

M Tabraiz Feham

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Finally a Blog for me....

Well i have been thinking of maintaining a blog for myself since a long time. and finally i am on with it. I would try to keep the blog alive with my personal experience in life, with my views on happenings and would like to share the things and thoughts with my family, friends, relatives and with rest of the world. If you keep visiting this blog i am sure you wont be disappointed.


M Tabraiz Feham