Posted on April 14, 2009 by

Trip To Syria: The Lioness’s Den

Continued from Trip To Syria: Flying Away. ************** We reached the hotel in Muhalla-e-Zainabia on the outskirts of Damascus. Imagine waking up from a deep sleep and then having to carry sixteen heavy suitcases to the hotel building. And it doesn’t stop at that. The room was on the third floor. Thank God for the Read More

Posted on December 18, 2008 by


I intended to go jogging this morning so I went to bed early last night, around 1 a.m. I knew I won’t wake up in the morning at six. But when KESC decides to shower it’s blessings on you, you can’t help it. I turned off my alarm at 6 a.m. and went back to Read More

Posted on November 14, 2008 by

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali “Zul”-Jinnah

محمد علی جناح Ú©Û’ والد ذوالجناح پونجا Ú©ÛŒ والدہ Ù†Û’ عاشور Ú©Û’ دن اپنے یہاں لڑکا ہونے Ú©ÛŒ منّت مانی اور بیٹا پیدا ہونے پر امام حسین [ع] Ú©ÛŒ سواری ذوالجناح Ú©Û’ نام پر اپنے بیٹے کا نام ذوالجناح [پونجا] رکھا – کثرتِ استعمال سے “ذوالجناح” صرف “جناح” رہ گیا – اور یہی قائدِ اعظم Read More

Posted on September 21, 2008 by

Justice to Muslims, and the Justice of Muslims

One day a man was traveling on his camel with his possessions and his slave. He stopped at a mosque and went inside to pray, leaving the slave to take care of the goods. When he was gone, the slave climbed on the camel’s back. When the master returned, the slave declared himself as the Read More