A temporary halted for a while to end the brutal attacks of Israeli forces to an openair prison as know as Gaza, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s hawkish prime minister, to stop Hammas rocket attacks. The truce broke out on July 8 between Hammas and Israel after “Operation Protective Edge” was launched by Israel against the innocent citizens of Gaza Strip for stopping rocket attacks, 2,016 Gazans have been killed and 10,196 have been wounded, most of them are children and women. This unsettled and that how failed is world community showing little but no resilience and strength against Israel, committing serious war crimes by breaching all international laws in recent Gaza offensive. Since beginning of the and other international organizations were remained silent as if allowing the aggressor to continue its lethality at its best. UN only issued statement of condemnation when a UN school was bombed killing those took shelter. What to speak of West and its hypocrisy towards the Gaza crisis and the eagerness of the US to launch airstrikes in Iraq, it will remain as it is. Bizarrely enough organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) also became a useless organisation which has no power what so ever to utilizes its energies that once it had, to play a constructive role to end violence in Middle East. But it has of Muslim countries has brought more weakness to the Muslim Ummah. Even the current Gaza war has become a proxy for the entire Middle East where Muslim countries are openly supporting Israel against the Palestinians and Hammas and they are not divides and opens the wounds of Muslims as this time it’s not Jews against Muslims but its the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Hezbollah, and their backers Iran, Qatar and Turkey -against Israel and the more moderate Muslims including Jordan, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. Now this divide amongst Muslims world is clear and empty rhetoric of condemnations not a single leader from entire Islamic World who has what it takes to be the one to stand Pakistan, on the eve of 68th Independence Day , yet again, is facing chaos and uncertainty that looms large over the political, social and economic scene of the country. This time the threats are not from the terrorists but from those chanting slogans and having the sit in protests at the heart of the capital. The protest by the two main stream political parties i.e. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led by Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehreek(PAT) led by Canadian returned cleric Mr.Tahirul-Qadri is meant to outset the incumbent government for fraud mandate and over all changing the whole system. Mass street movements are an integral part of democratic politics in Pakistan, often used by opposition politicians to press their demands. But Mr. Khan’s crusade has been met with sharp criticism in the news media in recent weeks from Pakistanis who say his demands are exaggerated, especially at a time of pressing security challenges. Mr.Khan who says his mentor is Quaid-I-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah has simply forgot about political ideology of Jinnah. Once during a public meeting in Dacca, Jinnah said, “It is in your hands to put the Government in power or remove the Government from power, but you must not do it by mob methods. You have the power; you must learn the art to use it; you must try and understand the machinery. Constitutionally, it is in your hands to upset one Government and put another to such an extent.” Our politicians have a trenched themselves so much into their own lust for power that they have overlooked of what is expected from true statesman and politician. Pakistan is currently at the state survival “Zarb-e-Azb” aiming to root out all the foreign or local terrorist groups from the soil of Pakistan. Our country cannot afford anarchy within the country at such a sensitive time. In this whole melodrama calling this “Azadi March” and “Revolution” as that has began on the eve of independence day and till writing of these lines, government and state is in confusion of what to do. This street madness has also resulted in a recent historic stock exchange crash and devaluation of the country’s currency. Day to day governance, work, businesses including small and large, came to standstill with these unnecessary that fruits, vegetables and other perishable items are being rotten and shipments of edibles and fuel into cities and towns across Pakistan are disrupted thus creating further blow to already crippling economy. It is the people who have to deal with hardship, hunger, unemployment, pathetic law and order, water scarcity, load shedding, favoritism and nepotism and all sorts of crisis needs to be resolve on urgent basis as it has distracted itself from the real issues confronting us today.