Paki Pop Propagating Anti West Culture – New York Times

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I was reading “New York Times” I saw an Article written on our Pop Music. It urged me to read the whole Article. Then I started reading article of Mr.Adam B.Ellic Saying that Pakistani Musicians are propagating Anti-west Culture Which is in favor of Talibans.

He wrote “While Pakistani journalists, playwrights and even moderate Islamic clerics have boldly condemned the Taliban, the nation’s pop music stars have yet to sing out against the group, which continues to claim responsibility for daily bombings.”

He quote the video of Shehzad Roy “Qismat Apney Hath me” and wrote “The result is a surge of bubble-gum stars who have become increasingly politicized. Some are churning out ambiguous, cheery lyrics urging their young fans to act against the nation’s woes. Others simply vilify the United States.

This video shows how many young Pakistanis have a different perspective on the problems in their homeland.”

Ali Azmat Replied to this in a concert here in Karachi, Organized by URock. Saying that We are against ali-azmat-small2Terrorism,not against a particular Nation, We are against our Real Enemies, We are not Terrorists, We are not beggers, We can live our life by ourselves and lastly He said “We don’t need any one’s Aid.”

The Crowd agreed in a one voice. Which Shows all to the writer that We are the nation against terrorism. We can clearly see who is dying all over the world? Who is suffering all around? We are not Deaf and Dumb =)

And InshaAllah Very soon Allah will Help us to get out of this big terrorism problem..

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