Ramadan: What do you think about " Pakistan- a dream gone sour" by top bureaucrat Roedad Khan?

He has hold top positions such as Chief Secretary and Secretary to President.

And written his memories in the captioned book.

His story seems to be the story of many Muslim nations. Why the present

generation could not live up to its dream when it got the chance to rule its own

country?

Will new generation like to pin point errors in approach and suggest new

strategy?

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  • 6 years ago
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    I haven't read it but I agree with the title

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  • 6 years ago

    All you got to do is look at Syria and Iraq as PRIME examples of Sharia Law.

    Your so called Perfect Law, the one supposedly created by Allah, has flaws, and flaws are generated by Humans. Islam is 14% Allah and 86% Mohammed. Maybe that explains why it ain't working, cause Sharia Law ain't divine, it's like ObamaCare, it sounds great but it seriously screws people over.

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  • 6 years ago

    Well if you throw Islam completely out of the equation, some

    currently Islamic countries could become or could have become serious

    superpower contenders

    No rocket science here D

    Your box is hermetically sealed, wait for a small window to appear

    But you must react quickly when it does

    Peace

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