I support the internet bans

Published: June 28, 2010
The writer is a musician and a self-employed businessman (omar.bilal@tribune.com.pk)

The writer is a musician and a self-employed businessman (omar.bilal@tribune.com.pk)

A couple of days ago it was reported in this newspaper that the Lahore High Court may ban several websites and search engines, including Google, Yahoo, MSN, Amazon, Hotmail, YouTube and Bing. This all came about because a citizen in Bahawalpur decided that he was the sole protector of all things Islamic and filed a writ petition seeking the ban of these sites.

I for one, fully support this ban.

For too long, we have suffered from the immorality of the above mentioned websites. They invade our daily lives with their pornography and blatant disregard for the high moral standards we Pakistanis hold ourselves to. Most of you will argue that these sites are merely search engines not guilty of any offence on their own. Please. Spare me the naiveté. Each one of these websites is simply a hotbed for heathens, an island of idolatry, a den of depravity.

It doesn’t take a genius to prove this point.

The answer lies in the titles themselves. Take for example “Amazon”. Do you know what an “Amazon” is? An Amazon refers to an ancient tribe of warrior women who subjugated all the men and ruled society themselves. The women made all the rules, took part in all conflicts and the men were relegated to being servants and tools for procreation. Can you imagine this living hell?

Where women are allowed to be free, independent and equal if not superior to men? I will not let this catastrophe happen.

Then of course there is Hotmail. To you simple minded folk out there, it might seem that it is merely a tool for you to send and receive mail. A simple non-offensive electronic mailbox. But listen to that word again: “Hotmail”. Doesn’t it sound suspiciously like the term “Hot Male”. I assure you this is no accident. This is proof that Hotmail is trying to turn us all into homosexuals.

What’s so offensive about Google you might ask? Nothing, (if you’re stupid). But if you’re smart enough to read between the lines, you’ll see that Google is in fact a condensed version of the term “Go Ogle”. Is there anything more vile than this? A website giving us complete license to unabashedly stare at our women folk? We Pakistani men have a long and proud tradition of never staring at women in a lewd manner.

If we have started doing it now, it’s simply because of the onslaught of western liberal technology that has destroyed our morals and forced us, for the first time, to view our women as sexual objects.

Don’t even get me started on Yahoo and Bing. They aren’t even complete words. They are just noises and exclamations. Exclamations of joy made by the Devil every time you click on them.

This time we were lucky that we have the chap from Bahawalpur who filed a petition to save us. Next time we might not be so lucky.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 28th, 2010.

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  • Ammad
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:23AM

    I don’t understand why are you emphsising on Bahawalpur so much. Is this that mentality of some foolish people of big cities that people in smaller cities know nothing, only you guys know how and why to use internet, the people of smaller cities are ‘Paindoos’. One can only laugh at this mentality. Don’t disparage somebody.

    To add I don;t support the ban. Recommend

  • Ali Hasan
    Jun 28, 2010 - 9:38AM

    Oh Go Ogle! Clever! That’s like Sean Connery on SNL turning Therapists to The Rapists on Celebrity Jeapordy. Recommend

  • Manahil
    Jun 28, 2010 - 9:46AM

    like the humour.
    Keep writing.Recommend

  • Shabana
    Jun 28, 2010 - 11:03AM


  • Alina K.
    Jun 28, 2010 - 11:09AM


  • Sheikh Danish Ejaz
    Jun 28, 2010 - 11:14AM

    LOL… and we forgot that such conspiracies are just constipated thinking from foul minds… being an IT aware person in terms of back-end support… such search engines are like dictionaries where you will find good words and bad words in same list but you only pick good words since its your choice. Recommend

  • Maz
    Jun 28, 2010 - 11:33AM

    Better than your last one….keep it up.Recommend

  • Ifrah Mirza
    Jun 28, 2010 - 11:41AM

    Like the sarcasm :DRecommend

  • Mansoor Khalid
    Jun 28, 2010 - 11:44AM

    Slip-slack. The possible ban on the websites mention is I must say utter non-sense and the gentleman from Bahawalpur who submitted the petition against these websites thinking he is the sole-warrior left to protect Islamic prestige needs to be educated about how the internet works and why these websites are not responsible for blasphemy. If someone’s car kills my dog, should I go to the court to ban ALL the cars in this country? Should I?Recommend

  • Sheheryar Khan
    Jun 28, 2010 - 12:09PM

    There is no point in taking appreciation away from you for this beautifully tailoured piece of intellectual sarcasm but you did not produce a valid argument for not banning blasphemous contents on these above-mentioned sites. I, for one, is in favour of banning the Western culture and traditions that go against our religion but the import of technology and science is beneficial. Cars, mobile phones and computers are just a few important things that West invented and without these commodities, our current worldly life is unimaginable. But coming to my point, no thing can be more sacred in the eyes of a Muslim than the love, respect and reverence for Holy Prophet [Peace be Upon Him]. So if some company is attacking our Prophet, we should wake up as Muslims and taste them their own medicine. Ban them until they realize their mistake. This is not freedom of speech. Hurting other feelings directely should not be termed as anyone else’s liberty. I am not against the use of technology. I fully appreciate the West for their commendable achievements in science. But, as such events happen, use AltaVista instead of Google for instance.Recommend

  • Badr
    Jun 28, 2010 - 12:18PM

    Ahahahaha! Awesome piece..

    Ban all telecommunication, destroy all infrastructure we need to go back to stone age, that is where we belong not here. All the advancements is science and technology are propagated by the Devil and our self-righteous, morally enhanced sense of being supreme to others is getting harmed by using their technology.

    Thank you Lahore High Court! We know that someday you will succeed in sending us to Stone Age and if all else fails we can always rely on our wonderful politicians..Recommend

  • Tayyab
    Jun 28, 2010 - 12:26PM

    Brilliant…!! and humorous
    that must have been the reason why that dude filed the petition. Recommend

  • Jun 28, 2010 - 12:30PM

    Good article, glad the government did not blow it out of proportions and restricted it to the “monitoring” of the sites only!Recommend

  • Sheheryar Khan
    Jun 28, 2010 - 12:40PM

    **we should wake up as Muslims and *give them the* taste *of* their own medicine**Recommend

  • sheraz khan
    Jun 28, 2010 - 12:47PM

    if the net is bothering the good people of punjab; mainly Lahore and Bhawalpur then they should ban internet all together in that region…why in the name of all that is fair we the “BIG CITY” folks should go thru with this trauma???Recommend

  • Ahsan ALi
    Jun 28, 2010 - 12:56PM

    They way writer gave logics and supports the ban on these above website I think it is not intellectual approach..I Also support ban but on adult and nudity material coz this is against our religion and values (Not actully for our society bt this is disastrous for all noble societies), Secondly I would say that Youtube has many good and informative videos..I M totality against those pages which hurts the feelings of other..Nd I m strongly against those pages which create religious conflicts….Recommend

  • Badar Rais
    Jun 28, 2010 - 1:08PM

    Loved it.

    Go BAHAWALPUR !!!!!Recommend

  • S Haque
    Jun 28, 2010 - 1:11PM

    Love it!Recommend

  • Anwar Ahmad
    Jun 28, 2010 - 1:14PM

    Good sense of humor :) With these arguments I am in favour of total blackout of Telecom and ofcourse Loud Speakers.Recommend

  • SAK
    Jun 28, 2010 - 1:41PM

    Where do we live!!!!!!!!!!!!! Im surprised you didnt get a comment taking you seriously and not getting the sarcasm. ‘ Brother OBA I am proud you are my brother and support the murder of the vile and hated internet that is destroying our humanity and purity’…And for the haters out there…I dont see you getting published. Funny stuff OBARecommend

  • Khadim Hussain
    Jun 28, 2010 - 1:41PM

    You might get somewhere if you start writing for maila times. Recommend

  • Marium Peer Mohammed
    Jun 28, 2010 - 1:58PM

    Bahawalpur Rocks
    and so does OBA!! Recommend

  • bilal
    Jun 28, 2010 - 2:32PM

    well done OBA…seems to be a school or college journal article..Recommend

  • S.A.R.A
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:00PM

    Amazon is a river tooo.. Recommend

  • Dr. Altaf ul Hassan
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:07PM

    I solute you to verify the the phrase that ” little knowledge is a dangerous thing”.This article is a mere reflection of your Ludite psyche and nothing else.It shows the shallowness and the superficiality of your integrative and anlytical abilities.You confuse “Hotmail” with Hot Male” to link it with homsexuality and “Google” with “Go Ogle” to mean some thing else by simply changin their syllables.I am sure if you apply this approach to spell your name,you might get some diffrent meanings.Moreover,I am unable to understand how can pornographic websites ‘invade your daliy life and suffer you from immorality’ if you avoid to surf them.Perhaps another musician is going to join some “Tableeghi Jumaat” and wants to refresh his get-up as a preacher.Recommend

  • ASim
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:08PM

    Simple LOL..i was expecting some serious stuff but it is full with humour….I dont know why we love to play with names and signs…Recommend

  • Dr. Altaf ul Hassan
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:12PM

    I solute you to verify the the phrase that ” little knowledge is a dangerous thing”.This article is a mere reflection of your Ludite psyche and nothing else.It shows the shallowness and the superficiality of your integrative and anlytical abilities.You confuse “Hotmail” with Hot Male” to link it with homsexuality and “Google” with “Go Ogle” to mean some thing else by simply changing their syllables.I am sure if you apply this approach to spell your name,you might get some diffrent meanings.Moreover,I am unable to understand how can pornographic websites ‘invade your daliy life and suffer you from immorality’ if you avoid to surf them.Perhaps another musician is going to join some “Tableeghi Jumaat” and wants to refresh his get-up as a preacher.Recommend

  • Waleed
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:17PM

    When will we learn? The world does not run on the whims of Pakistan or any other Muslim for that matter. We’ve already shamed ourselves enough, please let us for once try to shatter the image of Muslims as backwards, oppressive, inconsiderate tyrants rather than very effectively re-inforce it?

    Banning a search engine. For crying out loud, when will this madness end?

    I do not support blasphemous content, but please also remember that the internet is a free place – if you find something offensive please just do not go look at it! That’s what the rest of the educated world does, and I imagine we’d benefit a great deal by doing the same.Recommend

  • Alina
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:24PM

    Funny stuff! Pitty though that very few understood what the writer is trying to say.Recommend

  • Shahzad Ahmad
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:37PM

    awesome piece dude… very creative. Keep up the great work :)Recommend

  • Jun 28, 2010 - 3:40PM

    LOLS, funny guy :PRecommend

  • rahim
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:40PM

    touche troll, A…pls put OBA in the blog section Recommend

  • Jun 28, 2010 - 3:42PM

    haha, really funny. Keep it up. Recommend

  • Ali Muzaffar Khan
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:43PM

    Guys have you not heard of SARCASM. Recommend

  • Muhammad Yasir
    Jun 28, 2010 - 3:58PM

    My friend, i dont know, what sort of a arena do you use your internet for, or others around use them for, but a vaste majority, uses it for other things then “pornography”.
    Another thing thats makes me sick to my stomach is that everyone these days debates about zionist, dajjals, and other theories, claiming that the public is being brainwashed, as the author mentions amazon. As far as the banning of sites is concerned, once again, the pakistani courts and people in power, try to put a lid on the problem, not once trying to become a part of the solution and educating the masses about what can be done, rather the pakistani’s for God only knows what reason, tend to act as the protectors of Islam, why dont these people understand, that its Allah’s religion, and He will protect it. Most of the masses who preach these zionist and all such stupid uncultured facts about america and these websites, dont even practise the religion they try to uphold.Recommend

  • uj
    Jun 28, 2010 - 4:29PM

    ahh! the l-a-m-e-s-t article that i’ve ever read! thank God in the end u didnt say *ye sab yahoodion ki saazish hay*!!! lolRecommend

  • Jun 28, 2010 - 4:43PM

    It’s cool to ‘push the envelope’ on sarcasm- it really is. But now that I’ve seen at least two overly tongue-in-cheek, sarcastic-to-the-point-that-most-people-can’t-tell-it-from-poor-taste-writing articles, I’m seriously feeling kind of cheated if not disappointed, with what is supposed to be a promising new publication with ‘global standard- local perspective’.

    I’m looking forward to some fresh perspectives- let’s get cracking, Editorial Team. Recommend

  • Shakir Lakhani
    Jun 28, 2010 - 4:46PM

    Omar Bilal Akhter is a great writer and satirist. While some readers will not grasp what he wrote, he should continue writing in this vein. This article is really enjoyable.Recommend

  • Fahim
    Jun 28, 2010 - 5:18PM

    Lol! But how come the writer claims such meanings. Are such meanings listed officially on the websites of amazon, google etc.

    Y perceive things the negative way….. Recommend

  • Faryal Tahir
    Jun 28, 2010 - 5:43PM

    Am sure if this column was under Sami’s name, prople would have enjoyed it. This is for the the article’s appreciation but for ….. you got it !!Recommend

  • Naushad Shafkat
    Jun 28, 2010 - 6:15PM

    A very good article ‘I support the Internet bans’ by Omar Bilal. After reading it one feels that the Lahore High Court should ban the entire Internet not just a few sites. One remembers the time when the Mullahs were up in arms when PTV started showing ladies matches from Wimbledon; they objected that the ladies were wearing ‘indecent’ dresses. Indication that the Mullahs were looking more at the dresses worn and the bared legs rather than the matches being played! That good citizen from Bahawalpur should be given a medal of honour for trying to protect Islam; we need a few more like him. But then is it his fault? The late Ibne Insha once wrote that he was not annoyed at the fact that in Pakistan even the educated seek treatment for piles through talismans (Taweez) and fake Pirs. What annoyed him was that they got better by using these talismans! Three cheers for the Lahore High Court for saving Islam! Had it not been so vigilant Islam might just have disappeared from the face of the Earth.Recommend

  • ahad
    Jun 28, 2010 - 6:20PM

    Yes, it is satire but just because it is satire does not elevate it beyond critique. It is shoddy satire and sullies the category of “column.”

    PS hilarious the comments. The defenders of OBA love it BECAUSE it is satire (and not the quality of the piece), some people have yet to understand satire in this country. Recommend

  • Anum Batool
    Jun 28, 2010 - 6:23PM

    nice transformation of some NEWS to a hilarious read!Recommend

  • Nida Malik
    Jun 28, 2010 - 6:46PM

    A very interesting and twisty article. Keep writing!Recommend

  • Jun 28, 2010 - 7:59PM

    this is making rounds and rounds on the Internet :) Recommend

  • mehar
    Jun 28, 2010 - 11:00PM

    plzzzzz…..someone from bahawalpur ban the internet too. I really dont want do my final year project. That why i would have a geniune excuse not to do it and no one in my university will complain about it either.Recommend

  • Hassaan bin Shaheen
    Jun 28, 2010 - 11:32PM

    Way better than the previous article he wrote. This for a change is actually very entertaining.Recommend

  • Tippu
    Jun 29, 2010 - 6:46AM

    Good shot this one :)
    Keep it up.Recommend

  • Jun 29, 2010 - 9:21AM

    we are Muslims. 57 Muslim have 60% mineral resources in his country. we also have intelligence. worm blood but we are sleeping.
    57 Muslim countries education budget is = only japan education budget.
    57 Muslim countries not able to make a single search engine that compete yahoo,google or bing. we need to work hard. specially those countries which have resources, like Pakistan, Iran, our all Gulf areas. we can adopt new technologies. i have an example of China. they never rely on google, or any westron networks like CNN. they have their own internet system. more thrn 50% webs are in Chines languages. we need to avoid english and learn 3 main languages as i think 1, Arabic, Chines, French. these languages, we need to learn for developing. i am not against english but when we see history before 1887 war east india company start urdu colleges here for change our language because our all education stuff was in Persian. Now all old book of Muslim not in english and all new book mostly not in english they are in french or Arabic. we need to learn different languages as well.
    i see we all in race of english learning. this is important for compete but not at all. last few decays when people feel DARD but it change in Pain.
    for pornography i have a solution for Pakistan. PTCL should provide list of visiting site in monthly bill. doing this we can make a little check and control on out youth. 15-25 ages person are more involve in these type of cases. Recommend

  • Tariq Durrani
    Jun 29, 2010 - 9:51AM

    Good piece! Keep writing. There should be a ban. I don’t understand why the ban on facebook is lifted.Recommend

  • ahmed
    Jun 29, 2010 - 10:38AM

    @Dr Altaf and Ahsan Ali
    You are such killjoys.

    No we are not intelligent and we don’t have “worm” blood. Infact worms don’t have blood. After so many years, you can’t even learn english, and somehow you have the audacity to think that you would be able to learn French, Arabic and Chinese. That is seriously ambitious. Recommend

  • Dost
    Jun 29, 2010 - 10:39AM

    Hilarious! Indeed it is an improvement on your last piece.
    Even more amusing is the fact that some people are actually taking this article quite literally! Recommend

  • Salaar
    Jun 29, 2010 - 10:54AM

    A few people here would like to see stricter control of websites for fear of their “pak” Ummah-style culture being contaminated through an import of western decadence. Are these the same people who have absolutely no problems exporting the best internationally known asset of this same culture in the form of the 07.07. suicide bombers, the Mumbai terrorists, and the Times Square conspirator, to mention just a few examples? Recommend

  • Humayun Saif
    Jun 29, 2010 - 12:33PM

    Oh one more conspiracies theory!!Recommend

  • Atiya
    Jun 29, 2010 - 1:20PM

    Ah Omar Bilal, how I love thee and your sarcastic tongue ;DRecommend

  • Jun 29, 2010 - 2:31PM


    now i knew what kind of people would have filed the case and what mentatlity its takes to make that decission :D nice effort to make me aware :P hahahahah and please one kind suggestion…. kindly put these efforts in positive and constructive tasks…
    @Badr. yes you are right we are already moving towards its…Recommend

  • irshad
    Jun 29, 2010 - 3:29PM


  • Jun 29, 2010 - 6:38PM

    The article is as ridiculous as the ban proposal. Really. Recommend

  • Obama
    Jun 29, 2010 - 7:07PM

    sorry the mistake, this show how i am week in english after so many years because this is not my necessary. but i have no other language to comment here. we Pakistani do noting we feel difficulty in writing urdu.
    when we not love our own things. then why other respects us.
    for example if you dont love your younger brother, then why others love…
    so try to understand we need to unite. we always think what PAkistan gives us but we never think what we try to give Pakistan.Recommend

  • Zawar
    Jun 29, 2010 - 9:38PM

    Whats funnier, the article itself or the people who don’t realize its satire?Recommend

  • Riaz
    Jun 29, 2010 - 10:01PM

    It’s not good only criticizing Bahawalpur.
    and muscian writes like a muscian.Recommend

  • Farhad
    Jun 29, 2010 - 10:31PM

    Great satire. My only fear is that you will now develop a fan following that thought you were serious in your views and you will now not know what to do with an army of fanatics. That is how stupid the people we are dealing with are.

    Good luck with that boss.Recommend

  • Ghausia
    Jun 29, 2010 - 11:11PM

    Nicely done my friend. Flawless execution. :)

    I find it very interesting that in the comments, a lot of people mention porn when talking about blasphemous content. How is porn blasphemous? Sinful, well yeah, I suppose, if you’re a fundie or from a conservative background, blasphemous, not really.Recommend

  • Zulfiqar
    Jun 30, 2010 - 4:12AM

    If this is original context of petition, I doubt the mental level of the judges hearing this case.Recommend

  • Muhammad Ilyas Khan
    Jun 30, 2010 - 5:18AM

    Dear writer, I am afraid many ‘right-minded’ guardians of our faith will certainly take you ‘literally’ and will actually ban everything including this newspaper site that you wrote on!Recommend

  • Mubashir
    Jun 30, 2010 - 5:58AM

    With the help of internet I read your Article “I support the internet bans”.
    It reflects the psyche of our Religious/ Political Leaders who shouts against WEST but there children study in Western Institutions.
    By the way according to our media West’s behavior is hostile towards us. They are source of all evils. So when you are going to request Respected Court to ban Pakistanis from applying Western Embassies for VisaRecommend

  • Ansar Rizvi
    Jun 30, 2010 - 7:36AM

    Writer of this article seems to know very little about how people are benefiting from these search engines, how important a role these websites are playing in our day to day researches. Man these are just tools, it is upto the user how he or she uses it. If one wants to benefit from it in a positive manner, let them do it. Lets not become ostriches and bury our heads in the sand. Lets face the reality and please stop writing such stupid articles. Recommend

  • Nazir ul hasan
    Jun 30, 2010 - 10:44AM

    Mr omar weldone .u represented our feelings
    Nazir ul hasan

  • Mohsin
    Jun 30, 2010 - 12:56PM

    Excellent Work Omer:-)
    keep it up Man!!Recommend

  • Shafquat Rasool
    Jun 30, 2010 - 3:59PM

    HeY BuDdY!! BeEn A lOnG tyM. LoVIn Da ArTICle, KeEp SMilINgRecommend

  • M Stansted
    Jun 30, 2010 - 6:20PM

    I don’t understand what’s so humorous about this article. It’s not satire, it’s abysmal cynicism that actually makes a reader cringe in pity for the author’s rhetorical and obtuse language and humour. Being a ‘freelance’ entrepreneur and a musician are not apt pre-requisites for journalism.

    ‘This time we were lucky that we have the chap from Bahawalpur who filed a petition to save us’ . I mean for god’s sake at least get the tense and structure of the sentence right!

    I suggest that the author sticks to playing an instrument rather than expressing ill-fated, childish, and ridiculously myopic viewpoints that are a slap on intellectual (or adult in your case) journalism.

    As for all the people supporting the author’s comments, try reading, the Mela times or cafepyala.blogspot.com.
    Something that is actually funnyRecommend

  • Usman Qazi
    Jun 30, 2010 - 8:30PM

    How could you forget that the very phrase “World Wide Web” gives away the whole western conspiracy of getting the righteous nations like ours entangled into a web of conspiracies? I view it as a continuation of the impious tradition that has made futile attempts at shaking people’s sacred and established views. These include satanic notions like the so called Laws of Gravitation, Motion, Genetics etc., On the theoretical side, they have been spinning untruths like Humanism, Equity, Non-violence, Democracy .. so on and so forth. I look forward to your continuing exposing it all to uphold our values. Perhaps your next piece should be on refuting the unfounded and ridiculous ideas such as the Earth being round and Sun being the centre of solar system.Recommend

  • Huda
    Jul 1, 2010 - 1:18AM


    “Ban them until they realize their mistake.”

    You really think that banning Google in Lahore will cause the company such losses that it will start screening content?

    Google will not “realize its mistake”. It will do nothing.

    And in the meantime, the world will ridicule us for being either immature or authoritarian (if they don’t know the ban is actually popular!).

    Punjab, on the other hand, will lose plenty, as you note. It is Punjab that will eventually “realize its mistake”. So do it now.

    Banning a website is the worst way of registering your protest. USE GOOGLE TO GET YOUR GRIEVANCES KNOWN. Do not shun it.Recommend

  • Jul 1, 2010 - 5:50AM


    (I don’t know why I said that – just felt like it ;))Recommend

  • MUhammad Imran
    Jul 1, 2010 - 11:38AM

    I fully support the highcourt decision about the blockage of internet links.Recommend

  • AKhtar Rasul
    Jul 1, 2010 - 2:13PM

    Well..well…well..you can split the words to create as many words as you can. why not any genious comes up from us to devise a new search engine. We have alot of time to find the merits and demerits( No matter they exist or not).Google helps you alot to find any research material,,it all depends how we use it and why we use it.If we mind ourselves then it would be much better and will be much appreciated.Banning these sites will only add to the chaos for research oriented people unless and untill we have suitable alternatives. Recommend

  • M Stansted
    Jul 1, 2010 - 2:39PM

    sorry about the last comment! Just saw the previous one!Recommend

  • Jul 1, 2010 - 2:57PM

    As far as banning of several websites and search engines is concerned, IMHO there should be content filtration instead of banning. we are living in an era where we can filtrate information and data of all sorts i.e. text, images, videos, etc. Recommend

  • Jul 1, 2010 - 7:08PM

    Hehe..Funny and good one..

    You surely can become Jamat-e-Islami newspaper’s table story writer :D Recommend

  • Jul 1, 2010 - 7:35PM

    Go Ogle CLASSIC!!! lolRecommend

  • ughthu
    Jul 5, 2010 - 1:56PM

    I read it twice; actually had to take some time to digest the witty sarcasm. (*impressed)Recommend

  • Zahra
    Jul 9, 2010 - 11:54PM


    Where women are allowed to be free, independent and equal if not superior to men? I will not let this catastrophe happen.

    ouch… what kind of a male chauvinistic statement is this!? To think that letting women to be free and independent is catastrophic!? After reading this I really doubt you meant what you said about not looking at ‘your women’ as sexual objects… it’s a shame…Recommend

  • Mishal
    Jul 18, 2010 - 2:13PM

    I find this article amusingly sarcastic. Very well written indeed!!Recommend

  • ZK
    Jul 22, 2010 - 3:04PM

    The way you have described all the websites, well it is simply brilliant. However, the sarcasm behind your article is what we have been missing. People coming up with iPhone or iPad…here we are still filing petitions over “Go Ogle”!Recommend

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