The Crescent Report

November 7, 2007

Pray for The Peace of Pakistan and the Restoration of Democracy

Filed under: Pakistan — Tags: , , — Imam Mahdi Bray @ 9:26 pm

I would like to encourage anyone who reads these words, Muslim or non-Muslim, to offer your prayers for the people of Pakistan in this great time of need. Currently the nation is at a boiling point and the situation can have may different outcomes; but let us pray that violence is turned away from and all parties put the best interest and future of their nation at the forefront of their minds and that my nation turns away from a policy of supporting tyranny and towards one of wisdom .

My prayers are with the Pakistani people and the collective conscious of the world should be in sync to pressure the dictator of that nation to relinquish power, which would be a first step towards normalization for Pakistan.

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    Destroying Democracy in Pakistan is Not an Option
    Date Posted: Tuesday, November 06, 2007

    By Ibrahim Abdil-Mu’id Ramey
    MAS Freedom Civil and Human Rights Director

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (MASNET) Nov. 6, 2007 – As I write this commentary, Pakistan is imploding.

    General/President/Dictator, Pervez Musharraf, has suspended the constitution of the nation. The supreme court, and parliament, have both been dissolved. Martial law has been declared, and more than 1,500 political opposition leaders, lawyers, and judges have been arrested. Thousands of citizens are battling police in the streets of Islamabad, and other cities across the country.


    Comment by Aishah Schwartz — November 8, 2007 @ 12:54 am

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