Right of opinion
NAUSHABA ABID As many of you have seen clip of Nadia Mirza show in which she was referring to the issue of the four women who were burnt alive and the way religious representative of JUI F responded, has left a number of questions. Use of abusive language and threating a woman in front of live camera, what does one can think of while watching this. Some so-called psedu-Islamists usually believe that they are the representatives of Islam so whatever they can do or say cannot be challenged. In this century one should not think like this; but if anybody does, might be living in a fool’s Paradise.
Actually the senator participant of the show was not representative of Islam but of his Party that is JUI-F. He should and many like him must remind themselves who they actually are before attacking someone in the name of Islam. Everybody has right of opinion. Even in Prophet’s (PBUH) time right of opinion was there; how one can stop someone to at least raise voice. The Lady Marvi Sirmid as I watched the clip, was not dominating, she expressed her opinion and one has the right to agree or disagree but the way JUI-F Senator responded with expletive remarks should be condemned at all possible forums. We need to open our eyes. Today in this world we are facing many problems because of these people who portrays the wrong image of the religion. — Islamabad