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Saturday, 4 April 2009

Tanvir Qaiser Shahid: Remembering Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto on General Zia-ul-Haq's grave

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Left: General Zia's grave in Islamabad - Right: Z.A. Bhutto

3 comments:

Sikander Hayat said...

On 4th April 1979, a dictator Zia Ul Haq oversaw a judicial murder of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. We must not let this kind of thing happen again and the only way to stop us from repeating history is by not forgetting history.

http://real-politique.blogspot.com

By Sikander Hayat

Anonymous said...

Dictator Zia son of bitch and his son ijaz also bitch

Anonymous said...

How can Pakistanis forget that it was Zulfiqar Bhutto who was responsible for losing one half of the country in 1971 and selling the other half to the mullah in 1973. Now the mullah's chicken - the Taliban have come to roost. Such articles of praise for a selfish politician reek of hollowness.

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