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The Leader I Want [29 Aug 2015|01:11pm]

randomstufff
[ mood | nerdy ]

I will follow a courageous leader into the deepest miseries of time and judgment. I will follow none except the one who is true. Leadership is not won by vote or by power, but it is from within. It is the charisma that you are born with or you acquire by study of self. I will follow one who is honest. Whatever ethical plane you hold yourself to, you are responsible for a nation, and your decisions will sway the future of the whole nation.
My leader should be able to Delegate. Delegating the task to the appropriate people. I don't want an illiterate Minister for Education, I don't want a criminal as a Minister for Law, I don't want a Minister of Health who owns some popular restaurant chains and supermarkets that serve customers food that contain detrimental matter.
My leader should be Confident. Part of your job as a leader is to put out fires and maintain the team morale. A leader without balls to stand for righteousness is no leader to me. I will follow the one who can stand in front of Obama without pissing his pants, and would tell him that we won't be taking dictations for our foreign policy anymore. He would show India the stuff we are made of. He would have the will to take hard decisions even if they make him look bad, even if he is hated for them, decisions, but he would take it because he could. That’s why I will follow him.
Leadership is not a trophy that is won, it is a responsibility that is given to the chosen one. Whenever I see an elected representative cheering when he wins an electorate, I am saddened, because he has no idea of the sacredness of his oath. They don't even know the mere immensity of the responsibility that the people whom he represent have trusted him with. He considers it to be some kind of a game that he won by his own cunning and power. Alas! How wrong he is, it is a cruel thing to bestow such responsibility on beings as dumb and naive as he is.
I hope one day a leader will rise among us who is both strong of will and sharp of mind. And whose love is the motherland and whose faith will never crumble. He will lead us through the impenetrable darkness that we are lost in. I have faith and I have hope, for hope is the only light I see flickering in this darkness of a realm.

O you who believe! Be afraid of Allâh, and be with those who are true (in words and deeds).
(At-Tawbah 9:119)



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Visit My blog! [15 Jun 2009|09:51pm]

shahzaibpki

Salamz to everybody,How are u all? I would request u guys to check out my blog on Pakistani Tv Celebrities.What do u think guys?


http://pakistan-television-actors.blogspot.com

 

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pak vs india T20 [05 Jun 2009|02:29am]

mobhater
[ mood | frustrated ]

So we lose once again to india in a world cup (though it was only a warm up match). Our bowling and fielding was all over the place. The overall body language of players was kinda laid back.. Younis struggled to set the ryt field as indians went for the kill and hammered almost everything away to the boundary. Our batting was okay, though i guess we should ve made altleast 40 more given the kinda start that we had.......khair  Younis bhai continues to get out in an overly ugly manner....yea he almostfell over attempting a reverse sweep and got stumped. The only good thing that i think came out of the match for pakistan is the new quicky Aamir. He s both quick and accurate and can do real well if allowed to ball with the new ball. khair i really hope that we defeat india in pool matches this time around.

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[18 Feb 2009|01:34am]

cieldumort
The community the_recession is looking for Live Journal members around the world to participate in a very brief poll checking off the economic conditions in your area. By the end of the poll (open to members and non-members, alike) we hope to have a better idea of what the global economic situation looks like right now. If you would be so kind as to help please go here to find your country, territory, colony, or state.

Thank you! :)
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Hi.... [16 Oct 2008|02:08am]

usman123
[ mood | awake ]

Hi everyone. I'm Usman. I'm back to LJ after four years i guess, my old username was usman_. Hope this place is not as dead as it used to be.

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Why do we have to be ruled by the corrupt? [31 Aug 2008|01:20pm]

aliani4u

Its such a misfortune of my beloved motherland Pakistan that whoever leads it has some kind of a corruption case against his back. The Co-Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Mr Asif Ali Bhutto Zardari, who was once called as Mr 10 Percent because he would take commision at the rate of 10% on every order that he would make in the Two terms  Prime Minister Tenure of his Slained wife Benazir Bhutto, & that is why he was jailed on charges of corruption for almost 8years, but in my country no matter how much corrupt you are once your party comes into power you get cleaned of every charge as if u were just born.
Mr Zardari's Party came into Power in the Feb 18 elections after which all the cases against Him were finished partly because of N.R.O which was bieng introduced to clean the corruption charges from the politicians-How Pathetic!!!!!!!
After the resignation of Musharraf as the President of Pakustan Mr Zardari is bieng nominated as the Presidential candidate by his party  which in itself is a voilation of the constitution of the country which clearly cstates that The Candidate for the Office of President be an individual not attached to any political Party as He is the symbol of Unity of the Federation. But to Hell with the constitution-who cares????
Comes then Mr Zardari qualification which seems to be Fake for most of the people liking because authoroties of London school of economics when approached clearly said he was not a student of the institute from where Mr Zardari is bieng said to have his BA from.. BUT WHO CARES????
On 6th September i.e the day of election of the President Parliament and the Provincial assemblies will elect with certainaty Mr Zardari who has now became Mr 100%. and so i am hopefull that he will throw us into such a situation from which God forbid there is no return because we have seen this in the past whenever the Govt of PPP finishes or is thrown away the Country financially is at the verge of bieng vanished.
May Allah Almighty Protcet us from that day .....aswell as bless us with a true leader who dont think of his Personal commitments but is truly devoted to the motherland
Ameen
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[20 Apr 2008|10:22pm]

plusninety
Dear LJ-users
I wanna invite u to join w_photo community and post there your photos=)
We woudl like to see photos of your city=) 

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Boycott Dutch Products [20 Apr 2005|01:04pm]
mbilalkhan
Assalam Walaikum!

As most of you already know that Geert Wilders (a Dutch parliamentarian who himself claims to have links with Mossad and has visited Israel 40 times to meet with Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert personally) has recently released a film 'Fitna' which depicts Quran and the sayings of Muhammad (S.A.W) as the main motivation behind the terrorism in the world. In reaction to which muslims have threatened to boycott Dutch products.

In a recent development, The Dutch Employer's Association has threatened to sue Geert Wilders if Dutch business's worldwide suffer loses due to the commercial boycott triggered by his film. Source

So I request you all to please boycott the following products.




PS. Keep in mind that the products and companies shown above are only those Dutch companies which operate in Pakistan. If you are located somewhere else than look here to find out which companies and products to boycott.

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Academy of Medical Sciences (Karachi, Pakistan) [16 May 2007|09:46pm]

arwen_sol
If you're a medical student looking for some help with studying, The Academy of Medical Sciences has professional doctors from local hospitals who can help you!

Contact information:
(021) 5865881
(021) 5830223
academyofmedicalsciences@yahoo.ca
academyofms@hotmail.com

Address:
Seabreeze Heights 1st Floor
Khayaban-E-Saadi
Clifton, Karachi
Pakistan
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[29 Jan 2007|03:10am]

anum_92
[ mood | blah ]

Hey evryone!!!!!!SALAM.......I'm anum.....15.....frm UAE.....glad to join this community!!

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Reading Quran [22 Nov 2006|07:30pm]

oshoval
well friends,you are all invite to see my blog:
http://readquran.blogspot.com/
In This blog i will read the quran from begining till the end and will add my comments...
hope to get your comments
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My pleasures are shallow, My sorrows are Deep * [16 Sep 2006|12:53pm]

arbab
[ mood | horny ]

Ladies and Germans, I present you the former primer minister of Pakistan, miss Benazir Bhutto.



I don't know about others, but me and friends are mine are going to vote her next elections! :>

Amen.
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Who has read Nadeem Aslam's Maps for Lost Lovers? [09 Sep 2006|12:57am]

as_if_1973
I am about half-way through the book at the moment and it is a very beautifully written, extremely accurate portrayal of life in a British Pakistani community. He has nailed the mindset of most first generation desis in England. Stunning. And the language is magnificent and ornately descriptive and lush like the ripest Pakistani mangoes!

Has anyone else read it and what do you think?
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[07 Sep 2006|10:40pm]

cleopatragirl
Hello I would like to invite you to join my community iheartbrowneyes it is for people with brown eyes and lovers of brown eyes!
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[11 Aug 2006|02:44am]

desicupcake
Hey Guyz ...any1 wanna b friends...no 1 comment on my journal its going sooo boring.plz plz plz comment me.
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Roads Less Travled [24 Aug 2006|05:17pm]

kalynn_osburn
Roads Less Traveled
http://community.livejournal.com/seeking_roadsle/

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I--
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

This is a community made for those dubbed seekers. No I don’t mean the Harry Potter fanatics. I mean those of us who are constantly seeking; faith, belief, religion, or spirituality. No I don’t want to get all preachy or zealous on ya’ll. But I suppose in every lifetime we question everything from our values to what we truly believe is up there, if anything at all.

So this community is open to everyone, Taoists, Daoists, Christians, Atheists, Pagans, Wiccans, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Agnostics, Unitarians, African traditionalists, Voodooists (or Santerian if you prefer), Catholics, Philosophical free thinkers and etc, who wish not only to share their point of view, but discover the views of others in an expressive environment. That being said, though I do expect a certain amount of strong discussions to take place as well as maybe even arguments, I AM THE MODERATOR! If anyone resorts to name calling for flinging insults I will remove you from this account. I will not put up with any of this what so ever. Also this is not a pick up site. If I find inappropriate conversations or any kind of harassment here, I will remove you.

I encourage not only conversational posts, but articles, art works, current events posts, and personal feelings regarding them. Open exchange is encouraged. Please feel free to invite friends whom you may feel could contribute to this community.

With all that being said, have fun and be yourself.

Kalynn Osburn
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Understanding the Middle East Conflict [23 Aug 2006|07:07am]

netninja1
Israel is having more and more trouble putting down this popular revolution over the Occupied Territories. The repression of the Palestinians and the Lebanese is not qualitatively different right now from what it was 40 years ago -- it's just that it's escalated in scale sincee the Palestinians and the Lebanese started fighting back. For the Palestinians it started during the Intifada. So the brutality you see occasionally on television has in fact been going on for the last 40 years, and it's just the nature of a military occupation: military occupations are harsh and brutal, there is no other kind [Israel seized the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and the Golan Heights from Jordan, Egypt, and Syria during the Six Day War in 1967, and has controlled them ever since]. There's been home-destruction, kidnappings, torture, collective punishments, expulsion, plenty of humiliation, censorship -- you'd have do go back to the days of the American South to know what it's been like for the Palestinians in the Occupied Territories. They are not supposed to raise their heads -- that's what they say in Israel, "They're raising their heads, we've got to do something about it." And that's the way the Palestinians have been living.

Well, the United States has been quite happy supporting that -- so long as it worked. But in the past few years, it hasn't worked. See, people with power understand exactly one thing: violence. If violence is effective, everything's okay; but if violence loses its effectiveness, then they start worrying and have to try something else. In fact, the occupation's beginning to be rather harmful for Israel. So it's entirely possible that there could be some tactical changes coming with respect to how Israel goes about controlling the Territories.

Outside the United States, everybody knows what the solution for resolving the conflict in the region would be. For years there's been a very broad consensus in the world over the basic framework of a solution in the Middle East, with the exception of two countries: the United States and Israel. It's going to be some variety of two-state settlement.

Look, there are two groups claiming the right of national self-determination in the same territory; they both have a claim, they're competing claims. There are various ways in which such competing claims could be reconciled -- you could do it through a federation, one thing or another -- but given the present state of conflict, it's just going to have to be about the modalities -- should it be a confederation, how do you deal with economic integration, and so on -- but the principle's quite clear: there has to be some settlement that recognizes the right of self-determination of Jews in something like the state of Israel, and the right of self-determination of Palestinians in something like a Palestinian State. And everybody knows where that Palestinian state would be -- in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, along roughly the borders that exsisted before the Six Day War in 1967.

All of this has been obvious for years -- why hasn't it happened? Well, of course Israel's opposed to it. But the main reason it hasn't happened is because the United States has blocked it: the United states has been blocking the peace process in the Middle East for the last twenty years -- WE'RE the leaders of the rejectionist camp, not the Arabs or anybody else. See, the United States supports a policy which Henry Kissinger called "stalemate"; that was his word for it back in 1970. At that time, there was kind of a split in the American government as to whether we should join the broad international consensus on a political settlement, or block a political settlement. And in that internal struggle, the hard-liners prevailed; Kissinger was the main spokesman. The policy that won out was what he called "stalemate": keep things the way they are, maintain the system of Israeli oppression. And there was a good reason for that, it wasn't just out of the blue: having an embattled, militaristic Israel is an important part of how we rule the world.

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Young, Hip, and Muslim? [22 Aug 2006|12:11am]

american_muslim
Salaam Aleykoom!

I'm a young American Muslim who is sick and tired of only hearing about Islam in headlines. So I've started a new line of clothing and gifts that is geared towards young, modern Muslims who are ready to make their own headlines. Some political, some funny, some religious, and lots of ARABIC! So check it out, please spread the word if you dig it, and check in periodically for new designs.

And if you like it, WEAR IT WITH PRIDE!

American Muslim

Shukran!!
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[15 Aug 2006|12:54pm]

desicupcake
[ mood | bitchy ]

Hey everybody!! this is a nice place...well i have recently joined this community N Livejournal...OK so any1 wanna b friend??...i am so bored.

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newbe alert! [14 May 2006|06:41pm]

shaizadi
Hi everyone! I'm glad I found this place...I wanted to join something like this. Well I'm 14, I live in Toronto, Canada. My parents are Pakistani and I hope I'll have a good time here.
-Fatima
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