A Pakistani soldier's perspective
Dear Sir. Aoa. Today I have completed reading of your book. It's really a great work, an effort to give a wake up call to a sleeping or a ghafil nation. Your analysis of the situation is quite agreeable for I can see that from the eyes of my heart. The very last chapter is a great collection of ayat from Quran paak and arranged logically.
اللہ پاک اپنے کاموں کے لئے لوگوں کا انتخاب فرماتے ہیں، آمین
aoa. Today i have completed reading of your book. It's great, especially the last chapter. In fact the last chapter, I should read every day.The facts you have mentioned about our past, present and future, are highly agreeable as I can visualize these with the eyes of my heart.Jazak Allah Khair
Study of ancient India, precolonial and post colonial period wuuld reflect that there has never been an urge to change the sturucture of our society. We call passive acceptance of intruders and marauders our history.We were too selfish historically to fight for anything beyond interest of our immediate family. Our great Moenjo Daro civilisation also reflects selfishnes and fatalism. They crafted tools for cultivation but nothing to fight external threats. Our soil remained in dire need of being soaked in blood. Gret civilisations thought about the hereafter, spilled one another's blood if no enemy available, Grecians tested newborns by putting them in pots at temples, Spartans threw their newborns from heights, Mayans played games in which losing team was sarificed to gods. Maybe our society is a dirty gene pool.No change visible