As stated by Hazrat sipraomer (Damat Barakatuhum Mudda Fuyuzuhum) 40 minutes ago
Some members need to drink water and cool off.
Bhabi is a Jatt so she can cope just fine :lol
Take a look at the state of Indian Muslims and you can see why Pakistan is a blessing for Muslims, Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi (RA) and others saw no choice.
You can hear the Adhan of Fajar and nobody can ban it.
The problem, akhi, is that we common Muslims expect not only guidance but even leadership from such quarters. As a result this kind of news simply kills our courage, enthusiasm and part of our hopes.
Growing up in Pakistan, I played Hockey (and occasionally) Cricket and I was actually very good. In our school our coach (Sir Akram) used to make us run like mad for 120 minutes and he used to say that in order to last a game of 70 minutes, you need to be able to sustain fitness for 140 minutes.
Before the game, he used to tell us our positions and what to do and during halftime, we used to get shouted at for leaving gaps and playing out of position etc.
Before the game, each of us knew exactly WHAT we needed to do but when you step onto the field you were playing another team who were also out there to win so tactics went out of the window and mist descended in your brain!
You did things which were not planned, sometimes good, sometimes bad and often ugly. The other team threw all your plans, preparations out of the window. The only thing which lasted was your fitness and preparation and you hoped that you practised so so much that subconsciously you will not make mistakes.
The other team is there to win, they are not there to help you win.
When plating Cicket, you cam bowl in the nets a thousand times but in match conditions the batsmen will advance, retreat, take a leg stump guard, off stump guard, middle stump guard etc and it takes serious practise and discipline to bowl like you practised in the nets.
My point is that during match conditions and competition and under pressure, you need to hope and pray that you have practised that one shot again and again and again and you can do it blindly, subconsciously and under pressure.
I was born in Pakistan, raised in Pakistan, went to school and college in Pakistan. My problem with majority of Pakistanees is that they are pretty good at blame game:
All of this may or may not be true. Assuming that it is valid and true, WHY DON’T people of Pakistan ever look inwards and understand that when you are competing the other side is not there to help you win. YOU NEED TO WIN!
In order to win, it takes blood, sweat and tears. Majority of Pakistanees are not prepared to work hard at all. Forget about secular institutions, religious intuitions have little timekeeping, discipline, they are rife with nepotism and favouritism.
Most books, bayans and speeches of Ulama in Pakistan are 90% filled with conspiracy theories and blaming someone else. EVEN IF HARP is causing natural disasters in Pakistan, either DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT or positively act and deal with the aftermath.
You need to play your own game and keep getting better and better. You cannot continuously moan and complain about the opposition, they are not there to help you win, they are there to help you lose!
ENOUGH OF THESE PAKISTANI CONSPIRACY THEORIES!!!
Does the CIA hold the hand of Pakistanees and FORCE them to come late to work and not do their job?
I have never been to India but I deal with Ulama and laymen of India almost on a daily basis. Hazrat worship has ripped soul of Indian Muslims, they are hopeless, rudderless, and directionless. Indian (Islamic) Institutions are worst then Pakistan in any and all imaginable metrics. DU Deoband is surviving on past glory and DOES ABSOLUTELY nothing to provide direction for millions of Muslims in India.
If the purpose of DU Deoband is to provide Academic excellence, it is a disaster and a failure on that front as well. Just because you have thousands of students studying, it is not a sign of excellence. The excellence of an institute is measured by the research and contribution of its graduates in public life. Compare DU Deoband of 1940’s, 50s and 60s to NOW, where is it?
The fish rots from the head!
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.