It is sad to write that the world has lost a true hero who taught us how to counter tyranny with patience and strength of character. Nelson Mandela is dead and we all will remember the great leader with great respect.
He is surely the most iconic political figure of current times and was someone who not only touched the lives of fellow South Africans but also became a hope for people living all over the world.
It is interesting that the same people who are now waging wars on smaller countries in the name of spreading civilization, also used to call him a terrorist. He was on USA terror watch list along with other leader’s of Mandela’s African National Congress (ANC) were on USA terror watch list. Mandela was also a great supporter of Palestine and opposed the apartheid system created by Israeli authorities.
We salute the great struggle of Mandela and hope the world will see more like him.
Strongly condemn this act of brutality. This is madness and what else can a person expect in a war mode. This war really sucks , it has broken the already weak social fabric and is destroying all values. Pakistan seriously needs to revise its policies in this war and come out of it. This is destroying our country and we are in a real self destruction mode.
Shahbaz Bhatti shot dead
Source : http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/Regional/Islamabad/02-Mar-2011/Shahbaz-Bhatti-shot-dead
Unknown gunmen shot dead Federal Minister of Minorities Affairs Shahbaz Bhatti in Islamabad on Wednesday. The assailants opened indiscriminate fire at Federal Minister of Minorities Affairs Shahbaz Bhatti. He was admitted at Shifa hospital of Islamabad in critical condition where he was succumbed to injuries. According to initial reports about 20 bullets hit the car of Shahbaz Bhatti who was going to attend a meeting of the federal cabinet in Islamabad. Shahbaz Bhatti was a member of ruling Pakistan People’s Party. He was getting life threats from militant groups. It was said that Shahbaz Bhatti was the member of the committee, which was constituted to amend the blasphemy law; but Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and other ministers had refuted reports about presence of such committee.