JI claims there will be no peace as long as MQM is in govt

Published: April 13, 2012
Hasan’s solution was to keep the MQM in the opposition and let the government deal with it in a “high-handed manner”. PHOTO: NNI

Hasan’s solution was to keep the MQM in the opposition and let the government deal with it in a “high-handed manner”. PHOTO: NNI


Jamaat-e-Islami chief Syed Munawwar Hasan stuck to the party line by offering contentious statements about the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Thursday. But as the parties have been at each other’s throats for years, Hasan’s sound bite failed to make a stir.

According to Hasan, while the MQM is in government, there cannot be law and order in Karachi. He was speaking at a press conference at the JI headquarters at one of his usual briefings when he is in town. During these press conferences, he habitually holds forth on every issue under the sun.

Hasan’s solution was to keep the MQM in the opposition and let the government deal with it in a “high-handed manner”.

Hasan pointed to three events: the attack on the Sunni Tehreek at Nishtar Park in 2006, clashes between the MQM and other parties on May 12, 2007 and the episode of April 9, 2008 when lawyers were burnt alive. He linked them to the MQM. “The footage of May 12 is available, everything is visible, it just needs to be investigated,” he said.

According to the JI chief, the Supreme Court had declared the Sindh government ineffective during its suo motu hearings on the violence that broke out last summer. Hasan felt that the provincial government should assess whether it had failed because of the Pakistan Peoples Party or its allies.

Hasan called the ongoing discussion on Pakistan-US relations a farce and stressed that there needed to be an end to drone strikes, enforced disappearances and military operations.

Hasan asked if the state had borne the expenses for President Asif Ali Zardari’s recent ‘private’ visit to India.

He said that the JI was concerned about the sectarian killings in Quetta and Gilgit-Baltistan and had spoken to other parties in the Difa-e-Pakistan Council, including Jamaatud Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, on this spate of violence, which he said must be perpetrated by “enemies”.  He said he had spoken to Allama Abbas Kumaili, who has called a roundtable conference of all the parties, and that JI would participate as well.

Hasan told The Express Tribune that the bill on domestic violence, which was presented in the National Assembly recently, was a “copy of the bill presented in India, even though the cultural realities of our women are different. No other religion gives women as many rights as Islam does, but this was a non-governmental organisations’ bill and we would like amendments to it.”

Pre-election woes

Prior to Hasan’s address, JI Karachi chief Mohammad Hussain Mehanti repeated the party’s complaint of irregularities in the voter lists and alleged that the second run of verification was being carried out at the MQM offices. “There are a large number of people settled in Karachi from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, rural Sindh and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and have businesses here,” he said. “But when the verification was done and they were asked whether Karachi was a permanent address for them, they mentioned their area of origin and now have been removed from the lists of Sindh altogether.”

Mehanti asked the Supreme Court to restore the names of 900,000 voters impacted by this to the lists of the area they live in. He alleged that about 2.4 million voters in Karachi were affected by issues with the list. Mehanti claimed that JI Sindh chief Asadullah Bhutto had also been disenfranchised. The party plans to meet with the chief election commissioner as well to discuss this.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 13th, 2012.

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Reader Comments (49)

  • Syed
    Apr 13, 2012 - 4:57AM

    Ask Munnawar Hassan about the Israel Palestine Conflict , I am 101% sure he will find a way to link it to MQM.


  • MarkH
    Apr 13, 2012 - 6:15AM

    “No other religion gives women as many rights as Islam does”
    I would like to see his argument for that. That means quoting every other religious text to show they don’t.
    But, really, there’s no way the man has done that research required to do that. Which is mainly why the statement is so foolish.


  • Apr 13, 2012 - 7:01AM

    Syed Munawwar Hassan the chief of Jamat e Islamy, will continue with anti MQM mantra with no result. He must realize that it was due to hypocritical policy of his party that has brought it to this sorry state. People of Karachi and other major cities of Sindh continued supporting and voting for this party but this party never raised a voice for their basic human rights, even when all avenues to higher education and employment were closed on them. The more Syed Hassan will talk against MQM the more people will support MQM. People want a solution to their problems and any political party that will genuinely support their just demands will succeed cutting down the vote bank of MQM, not the empty rhetoric.Recommend

  • Pakistan Zindabad
    Apr 13, 2012 - 7:53AM

    could quite well be true …. think


  • sick of this nonsense
    Apr 13, 2012 - 9:32AM

    haha. true. but you have to admit he is partially right.


  • Justice
    Apr 13, 2012 - 9:33AM

    correspondent seems to have already made up mind before presenting this news items. could not understand, either it is a news or analysis or article. Person seems very soft on MQM and trying to under-tone JI leader’s comments against MQM. I know, you wont publish this comment but tell me please Is it called a fair Journalism?


  • Pakistani
    Apr 13, 2012 - 10:04AM

    not indeed govt


  • Atif Ejaz
    Apr 13, 2012 - 10:14AM

    i agree with him at least on this point


  • BADurrani
    Apr 13, 2012 - 10:21AM

    I’m not a supporter of the JI but we cannot deny that when Naimatullah Khan was the Nazim of Karachi the over all situation in the city was a lot safer and peaceful than it was under mustafa kemal .


  • aliza awais
    Apr 13, 2012 - 10:27AM

    I agree with JI,MQM should be Banned…


  • Nawaz
    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:07AM

    Exactly…. First time said something right


  • DevilHunterX
    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:19AM

    “Even a broken clock is right twice a day.”


  • PakiKaka
    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:37AM

    Let the MQM waalah’s read the comments and find out how much we hate them and want them to give up terror.


  • ?{?
    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:54AM

    Look who is Talking……… had hia


  • ali
    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:56AM

    Spot on!!
    He is so right about that.
    MQM is the root of all problems in Karachi.
    Whether it is the strong Musharaf or the powerful PPP, they all surrender to the blackmailing of MQM and it continues to destroy the peace of Karachi.
    Save Pakistan, Save Karachi, Ban MQM!


  • MAD
    Apr 13, 2012 - 12:09PM

    Hmmmm. trying to figure out the basis for this statement and all i can come up with is that JI is now preparing for the next election where Karachi is likely to be a key battleground between JI and MQM. Anyways there goes my prediction for MQM and JI being part of a alliance/ coalition led by PTI. No wait this politics anything could still happen for the sake of Pakistan and democracy :p


  • Nasir
    Apr 13, 2012 - 12:49PM

    There will be NO peace till the Mullah remains in power


  • mir baloch
    Apr 13, 2012 - 12:56PM

    This is an insult to qaid e azaam


  • positive pakistani
    Apr 13, 2012 - 1:03PM

    I wonder why ‘JI’ and this Hasan guy always have to sound like a big “LOOSER”….


  • faraz
    Apr 13, 2012 - 1:17PM

    I live in Lahore, and fail to understand why MQM is so popular in Karachi after so much allegations of voilence?


  • shadi
    Apr 13, 2012 - 2:00PM

    @ Everyone yea MQM is pretty bad…but definitely better then a lot of other parties..infact i would take the liberty to point out that MQM is the MOST ORGANIZED AND WELL FUNCTION PARTY IN PAKISTAN RIGHT NOW. MQM did more for Karachi and Hyderabad, then BB ever did for Larkana or Leyari. MQM is a very aggressive party, but their aggressiveness has died down and the reason why they were aggressive in the first place was because of the operations that were carried out against them by PPP and PML – N. Only and only because when MQM started they had no sindhi waderas in their party and no big politician could handle middle class Mahajirs standing up and getting elected. Zulfiqar Mirza loves talking about how bad MQM is ask him to write down on a piece of paper all that he has done for Badin then compare that to what Mustafa Kamal did with Karachi.


  • Tariq
    Apr 13, 2012 - 2:24PM

    @DevilHunterX: LOL. Perfect analogy for the JI and its statements.


  • Rayan
    Apr 13, 2012 - 2:43PM

    I am not a supporter of MQM or JI, but this nation is so polarized, almost every region wants to be separated. There is no nationalism left in this nation, we are just divided in sectarian and ethnic groups. Primarily because we do not understand and accept the ground realities. I think it’s high time that we shud stop calling others Terrorist, we have already done that in East Pakistan and have seen the result….Ironically JI was saying same statements against Awami league. This is also a fact that MQM has been supported by the Karachities for almost 2 decades why?. It’s dangerous we have recently seen the results of curbing people voice in Baluchistan…I believe we need to encourage communication among different stockholders in Karachi…and try to absorb them in national fabric….We r all Pakistanies…….


  • Kashmirian
    Apr 13, 2012 - 2:54PM

    Next government will be a coalition of PMLN, JI, JUI-F and some small local parties of Sindh and Balochistan. JI is preparing for the upcoming elections and this strong statement is in that context.


  • Parvez
    Apr 13, 2012 - 3:06PM

    Switching subjects in order to divert the peoples attention and keep the ‘pot boiling’ is the strategy of all political parties. Its about time the people said no to this nonsense.


  • Waqas
    Apr 13, 2012 - 3:39PM

    And there will be no peace on “earth” as long as JI exists….


  • Justice
    Apr 13, 2012 - 4:43PM

    Simple question to you. If Taliban uses violence and militancy to achieve their objectives, it is all worst and need to be handled with iron hand. That’s fair enough But why it doesnt apply to MQM because it uses the same tactics as Taliban. It’s not allegation, check Wikileaks, JITs, Supreme court observation and even international press, you will get the truth that who is killing machine in Karachi. Who uses power of gun to win Karachi. They have made Karachi a haunted City. They fight with every ethnic group, Sindhis who gave them land and shelter, Pakhtoons, Balochs, Punjabis (who always supported them), even now their own Mohajirs.


  • Shayan
    Apr 13, 2012 - 5:12PM

    I am sick of MQM walas boasting about Mustafa Kamals achievements. Did he pay from his own pocket ? and still Karachi is no where close to most metropolitan countries of the world. Why did he not install CCTV cameras in Karachi ? Because all the MQM street thugs would be caught stealing cell phones and snatching cars.


  • Apr 13, 2012 - 5:52PM

    last year supreme court gave the rulings regarding the violence and target killings. The decision said every political party including ppp, mqm, anp, amn committe, Sunni tehreek, sipah e sahaba, tehreek nifaz e fiqah jaferia and JAMMAT E ISLAMI, etc ,, all are involved in the violence. Recommend

  • Syed
    Apr 13, 2012 - 5:54PM

    CCTV Cameras were Installed in KArachi , have you ever heard of something called Command and control center ?? those were state of art monitoring system (second to none in the world) in which Sindh Police refused to sit!! , Law and order was never the responsibility of City Govt , its the responsibility of Home Ministry even then he did it and offered it to them , and their responce was just “haha” . Stop blaming mqm for every thing in KArachi.
    About a commentor above claiming Karachi was safer in JI Nazim tenure, I would agree, because the home ministry at that time was with MQM. during last 24 years Karachi has been most peaceful during mqms home ministry.


  • Syed
    Apr 13, 2012 - 6:00PM

    About Naimatullah Khan, he was a positive minded mayor, though not as dedicated as Mustafa Kamal because he didnt have a plan or team to execute the plan for Infrastructure of KArachi.
    This guy lost all my respect, when in the summer of 2006 after staying mayor for 5 years, he blamed Mustafa Kamal as responsible for rain water accumulation in KPT under (schön circle), knowing full well that that area doesnt fall under jurisdiction of CDGK but DHA.
    Either he was that (playing drty politics blame game) or he was so ignorant that he didnt even knew which area he was responsible for during last 5 years. in both cases he turned out to be bad.


  • Syed Faisal
    Apr 13, 2012 - 6:18PM

    MQM is exploiting the rift between the different communities , the people of karachi should ask this question to themselves that , they are the decedants of poeple like Molana Muhammad Ali Johar, Molan Shookat Ali, hasrat mohani , Sir syed Ahmed khan.
    Now the whole fabric of karachi changed , the leadership behaves like a mafia.People of karachi should ask their representative to stop the senseless killing going on in karachi.
    Karachi was so much different before the inception of MQM.Recommend

  • Syed
    Apr 13, 2012 - 7:31PM

    @ Syed Faisal,
    these differences emerged not by the conception of MQM, but during the era of Bhutto the main source of contention was the qouta system.
    Agreed MQM did initially exploit this but it was not alone PPP, and ANP were always there in KArachi with the same tactics. but since last 10 years I personally have seen MQM trying to turn away from this ethnic role to national role, but every time MQM makes a move in Punjab something Major happens in Karachi, coincidence?? I dont think so.
    1991 Nawaz Shareef was one of the supporters of Altaf Hussain in politcs, but when MQM announced that they are planning to change from Muhajir to Mutaheda, 1992 happened.
    next stop 2007 MQM oppened offices in Punjab, spent fortune there, 12 May happened, 90% of the offices either bunrend or ransacked.
    Come to 2009-10 MQM again tries to enter in Punjab , Ethnic feud once again starts in Karachi, (Ironically this time it started when ANP decided to raise the issue of 12 May not in judiciary but in Public, we all know what Shahi Syed said in that speech). And this episode was continued by Zulfikar Mirza, because PPP had lost their votes to nationalists in Sindh (but thanx to divide and rule rheotics of ZM, it came crawling back to PPP).
    Whenever it spends time and money in Punjab, the very next week ethnic conflict arises in Karachi, MQM is not that stupid if it wanted to raise ethnic clash it wouldnt have spend so much money in Punjab just a week before.
    Come to think of it take any ethnic fued after the inception of MQM you will see that a week or month before they tried to expand to Politics to non Muhajir areas.


  • Qazi
    Apr 13, 2012 - 8:58PM

    How come there was peace in Karachi between 2000-2007 when MQM was in Govt?


  • Danish Ali Ahmad
    Apr 13, 2012 - 9:06PM

    @To all of the above haters of MQM.
    This is the very certain reason that MQM came into existence. Before MQM the Mandate of Karachi was divided among PPP, JI and NAP(now ANP). PPP did not even open a single school in larakana, lyari was far away. NAP was there just to occupy illegal goths, and J.I was there to propogate Zia-ul-Haq dictation and recruit people from mosque to fight in Kashmir.
    The whole populace was turning into a melting pot, and there was no one to raise concerns about the radicalism spreading in the society.
    There was quota for SINDHies to have jobs and universities seats, there was quota for Punjab domicile holders, there was quota for Baluch domicile holder, there was quota for army officer spouse and kin, and even quota for the MNA’s and MPA’s.
    BUT there was no quota for urdu speaking people, or to say resident of Karachi. (I am complaining about mohajir quota).
    To say, People of Karachi were ORPHAN in political terms and hence were on the losing side. That was reason MQM came into existence, eventhough many people supported it, but there were many others who were candid in the begining.
    BUT THANKS to J.I stance, they became so aggravated in loosing the mandate that they started this nonsense blames, which in turns increased MQM mandate overtime.
    Thank you J.I and like people for further polarizing the society by your Fatally doctronized brains.
    i still remember reading the magazine called “takbeer” owned by J.I. who used to plot MQM in a manner that a SPACE WAR is going on.
    Lastly thanks to PPP/PMLn for not delivering in Karachi!! i guess they have to deliver first in their mandated area(larkana/lyari/lahore/punjab).
    WE WILL VOTE for MQM not that of they deserve it, but litteraly becasue WE SCARE OF YOUR broad base, intellectuallly emplified wisdom.


  • Apr 13, 2012 - 10:36PM

    AOA Maulana Sahib

    Aap Apni Adaoon pe Zara Ghor Karain . Hum Agar Arz Karain ge to Shikayat hogee.
    Be positive Dont be be negative always. this is what Islam teaches and you know Islam better than me. World has seen and I think You have seen too. What Mustafa Kamal did for Karachi . See Karachi before and after he was Mayor . Mqm was in power at that time, not now. so please dont blame them and tell the truth to the people of pakistan instead of blaming the party who changes the map of karachi , when they were in real power and word has recognized his work by awarding the best mayor. I think if some one come like Mustafa Kamal as the head of state , he will change the map of Pakistan like Karachi . If you really love Pakistan , bring some body like him to rule the country.Thanks , dont take me wrong , I am trying to explain you , How you can develop our loving country Pakistan


    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:12PM

    There can be no peace as long as MQM members remain armed, they have ruined the city, and their dadagiri knows no bounds. This city belongs to all of us, unfortunately MQM goons believe otherwise.

    Sick of MQM’s destructive racist policies, their vandalism, and strikes not to mention them killing random citizens

    The biggest terror espousing organization MQM, who have killed far more people, and caused more financial losses than any other, with the exception of the PPP another racist corrupt party.Recommend

  • Justice
    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:22PM

    @Danish Ali Ahmad: You have political right to vote MQM but no party has right to unleash violence against other communities. MQM wants to dictate its control over Karachi through violent political means which is never acceptable. Thanks to fraud votes, and illegitimate setting of constituencies, they win majority seats in Elections. Demography of karachi has completely changed for last 2 decades, And now they know very well that If free fair populations survey will ever be conducted and constituencies restructured with fairness, Elections held in fair manners, they cant win more than 25% seats from Karachi. That’s why their survival is not in fair process, but in violent control and fear mongering.


  • shadi
    Apr 13, 2012 - 11:54PM

    @ Justice First of all Taliban and MQM are completely opposite. Taliban suppresses rights of women and minorities. MQM has flurished on the fact that it has brought forward middle class people from both sex and different ethnicities, so your argument there is absolutely invalid. Second thing get over this baseless statement that “Mohajirs were given shelter and kapra and etc etc by sindhis and they stabbed them in the back.” NO ONE GAVE ANYONE ANYTHING. they came to Sindh and Karachi when it was least populated. No one gave them their land to farm and no one gave them food for free. Yes there were big hearted people LONG LONG back who did a LOT to help them out and im sure they rolled over in their graves at wht happened to mohajirs in 1992 operations. These people begged borrowed worked or even stole to feed themselves and now they are the most popular party in Karachi so just deal with it.


  • Apr 13, 2012 - 11:54PM

    A great article by Tazeen Javed on JI and Munawar Hassan’s hypocrisy and twisted views.



  • Pindus
    Apr 14, 2012 - 12:17AM

    50 million years ago there was Jamaat-Islami and its Terrorists who roam the Streets, Colleges & Stores of Karachi. Want to know how successful a party is or will be in future? See how much they are in doing a good “Homework” before coming to the test. Some parties are only running get funding or leaders’ private ambitions from the party activities, that’s all. Lahore was JI’s home turf right, why Karachi?


  • Danish Ali Ahmad
    Apr 14, 2012 - 1:36AM

    your selection of the Screen name/nick name is intself manifested the hypocrisy that you breed in. It is not at all fault on your part, it is that environment that shackles your critical thinking process.

    While writing an Unjustified slanter, you have pin pointedly selected the nick “Justice”.

    you said “no party has right to unleash violence against other communities” in conjunction of that i have a right to vote for MQM.
    Dude, go tell this to J.I first! who brought KK culture inside Karachi, and opened first fire in Karachi University. (YOU CANNOT CHANGE THIS FACT!)
    PPP- has a right to have AMAN committe(recently). i EDUCATE you about their previous Names “AL-Zulfiqar” “tipu-Hijacker” and all season term “Jiyala” COINED in karachi at hyderabad massacre!

    DO you care to proof about your claim of MQM using voilence?

    And last of all, AND TO EDUCATE YOU.
    My parents worked all their LIVES, saved money and bought a HOME for 66 lakhs.
    i tell you its 6600000, count the zeros. and we vote for MQM.
    And a Ruined family from KP/PUNJAB/SINDH came and settle down in the PLACE which is ON MAP is a PARK/GRAVEYARD/PLAYGROUND/even BUS STOP/HILLS..without PAYING any money..
    Their permanent address are in someplace else, but not in karachi.
    AND you CLAIM they all do not want to vote for MQM. (YOUR CLAIM), and prefer J.I/ppp/anp. WHO in their first place residence, Abandonned them!! You are hilarious.

    you are telling me, that in Karachi where we have atleast ROADS/SCHOOL/HOSPITAL are in working condition, and any individual or media can access any POLLING station any time within hours has “BOGUS VOTING” compared to the place where people travel on buffalo back, no roads, no hospital. and the same FAMILY of wadera is winning every other time. WHILE FAROOQ SATTAR lost his seat in 2002??

    who are you man? did you escape from hospital or do they have computers in hospitals for mentally retarded people now? i dont understand.


  • Sameer
    Apr 14, 2012 - 1:57AM

    The last party that should accuse any group of being violent is Jamaat-e-Islami. The Jamaat happens to be the torch bearer of the arms culture and it was this party that destroyed educational institutes by arming its student wing and the youth all over Pakistan to terrorize competing student organizations. They were puppets of the Zia regime and established a horrible trend of violence amongst youth. The MQM was not even formed when the Jamaat was up to its violent games. No wonder, the people of Karachi and Hyderabad got fed up with the Jamaat’s hypocrisy and started voting in huge numbers for the MQM. Mr. Munawwar Hasan should know that the incidents of violence that he has cited have not been investigated and that only through an investigation can one know who was behind these. Demanding an investigation is correct; blaming a group or individual without proof speaks volumes about the hypocritical state of mind of this self-righteous gentleman who represents a party claimed to have been formed on principles of righteousness and Islam. The Supreme Court has already included Jamaat in the list of groups whose activists are possibly involved in extortion. Maybe, Mr. Hasan should call for an investigation into that too.


  • Justice
    Apr 14, 2012 - 3:26AM

    @Danish Ali Ahmad:
    Shouts and long sermons dont make a fallacy a truth. Gone are the days, when politics of blackmail and violence used to work. Face the FACT. Karachi has changed now, it is no more Karachi of 70s, It is NEW KARACHI, with completely new demography and stake holders. WIth fair population survey, Reconstruction of constituencies and fair polls can prove that how much are real power in your blackmailing party. Learn to accept facts, live with peace with others. Otherwise game is going to be OVER soon.


  • Mehwish Siddiqui
    Apr 14, 2012 - 3:56AM

    MQM snatched the only constituency Jamat e Islami have in Pakistan Karachi, so it made MQM, Jamat e Islami biggest enemy and Jamat e Islami always tries to implement MQM in everything.
    just couple of days back Jamat e Islami said that Jamat will not allow resumption of NATO supplies from Karachi I am waiting to see what Ameer Jamat would do or he tries to open the front with MQM so that people forgets his ambitious tall claim of stopping NATO supplies from Karachi.
    I am also waiting to see when Jamat Chief give statement against people firing Rockets, Mortars and throwing Hand Grenades killing innocent people on bus stops to stop operation in Lyari.
    Ameer Sahab you listening?


  • papoo piplia
    Apr 14, 2012 - 4:48AM

    @Justice. Why are people from other parts of Pakistan so much jealous of the Urdu speakers of Karachi?


  • Someone
    Apr 14, 2012 - 1:07PM

    These Jmaat-e-Islami Deobandi/Wahabis are the big brothers of terrorists…
    THey dont consider the Meelad to be a good deed and I am sure someone of their kind was behind the Nishtar Park incident


  • Sahreef Ahmad
    Apr 14, 2012 - 1:44PM

    if there is a fair survey of population MQM will snatch 90 % seats.
    Urdu Speaks are in majority and how could right of vote given to people in Karachi who don’t have right to vote in their home areas like people from FATA?
    From your comments it is obvious that you want Karachi demography to be changed to snatch the Urdu Speakers vote bank and strength by hook or by crook but this is causing self of alienation among Urdu Speakers, Majority of people coming from FATA are living on encroach land owned my Urdu Speakers, votes have been registered in voters lists on temporary addresses like Deras Madersas where people stay only at nights, Why such practice is not observed in lahore?
    Send 0.3 million pukhtuns in Lahore and made a constituency for Pukhtuns there why Karachi only?
    is this a right thing to do?
    What eventually will be the result of all this?
    Come out from Anti MQM syndrome and think about it this practice is pushing karachi into all out civil war Karachi have no jobs the mass influx in Karachi will only resulting in increase crimes


  • Salman Orangiwala
    Apr 14, 2012 - 3:53PM

    @Someone , donot be silly , I am an orthodox Deobandi .Am dead against JI and its kind .
    Hadnt it been for MQM there would have been sectarian blood baths in Karachi.

    @Danish Ali ahmed , yuo are my man bro , bulls eye .

    @ Justice ……errrrrr isnt it goes something like ……justice delayed .justice denied ????
    Thats what brought into existence MQM .Your arguement is hilarious .We worked hard ,employed our best part of the life to build Karachi , economical migrants poured into Karachi form some far far away land for some square meals, we employed them in our facilities ( and do Remember , how much Karachi donated for the earth quake victims of 2005 or for the recent flood victims ?……..more than All pakistan put together !!!!) , they brouhgt back their families , we accepted them with open arms as brothers and sisters in distress .Now you want to brood over us and want a share of my land by force ?

    Wake up .You think this would be easy and Hunky Dory ?

    The WASP ( White anglo saxon protestants ) , with an exception of some Catholic Irish and French migrants , built the USA as the pioneers and early pilgrims .Now whoever wants to go out there , are obviously to get their dreams , NOT to turn the Wild west into Gul e gulzar .

    Hence the WASP ahd all the rights to decide who they would let to come and settle in the USA .Half of my kins have migrated to the USA , trust me all of them were economic migrants .So shouldnt we consider the same pattern whether you should share OUR resources build by us , as an economic migrant OR NOT !!!!!!!???????!!!!Recommend

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