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The assassin of Salman Taseer is a hero in Pakistan now. Lawyers eager to give free legal service, royal treatment in prison, awards declared for his"noble act". Pakistan deteriorating into a theocratic country?

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Asked by Shunmugham, 23 Jan '11 08:30 pm
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Not deterioriting ,my friend.It has deteriorated.In a country,where an assassin is praised n the Govt. takes no action... rather ,encourages them... has no future.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 23 Jan '11 08:41 pm

 
  
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Qadri, who happily confessed to murdering the politician he was assigned to protect, has little chance of being convicted. Instead of suffering ostracism, he was greeted with handshakes and garlands by courthouse lawyers, who offered to defend him pro bono. The provincial court system, notorious for freeing radical Islamic leaders, is unlikely to condemn a national religious hero.
Source: the Washington Post
Answered by anil garg, 23 Jan '11 09:26 pm

 
  
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Pakistan is a rogue country with no law. The uneducated and semi literate uncivilized masses are those whose writ runs! The educated elite are in a minuscule minority and almost all of them have dual citizenship, with wealth stashed away in foreign banks. They will be first to leave their country, when religiosity finally takes over... leaving the country into the hands of Talibanized masses, alongwith the Nuclear facility! That's when India will have to face some harsh truths and all those who advocate masses to masses contacts and go to Atari / Wagah Border with lighted candles, (no body turns up on the Wagah side) will have tough time explaining their so called "humanitarian" approach.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 23 Jan '11 09:03 pm

 
  
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Indira gandhi was assasinited for religious reasons
mahatma gandhi was assasinated by religious fanatic ,followers of this fanatic have a big religious party now
Rajeev gandhi was assasinated by tamil fanatics
Yitzak rabin Isreali PM was assasinated by fanatic jews
Does this assaniation take us to theocracy ?
Answered by Ajeebdastan, 25 Jan '11 02:23 pm

 
  
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