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Tell me what you think below. :D The Plight of Pakistan The Blessed Land. Those three, simple, words sum up Pakistan. The prosperity of this land is evident from the fact that it is a cradle of civilization. Early nomads chose to settle in the Indus Valley for a reason. The five sweeping blue rivers of Punjab surrounded by naturally irrigated lush green farmland. The mountains of the north, with their crystal clear lakes and beautiful scenery. It was, and is, a heaven on earth. Thousands of years ago, the nomads gave up their way of life, and without hesitation, settled here. This unique culture may be the longest continuous culture to grace the face of the Earth. Archaeological evidence suggests that it has not greatly changed over all these years, so it is no wonder that it is far more unique and deeply-rooted than the young, “modern,” cultures of the West. On top of all this, this land has been blessed with the chosen religion, Allah’s religion. Pakistan carries the world’s second largest population of Muslims. Thus, this blessed land has given us the resources for prosperity, a unique culture, and the chosen religion. Then what is wrong? Why are people starving in such a bountiful land? Why are the influences of the West creeping in and slowly destroying this culture? Why are the people deviating from true Islam? The answer to all this is the rulers. It does not matter how bountiful the land is if the bounty is never exploited. It does not matter how strong the culture is if it is neglected. It does not matter how right the religion is, if it is not implemented. All of Pakistan’s failures are due to bad management. The greatness of a nation is viewed through its rulers. It is a sign of a doomed nation when the practice of politics is considered an undesirable trade. When it is automatically deemed that politics are for the corrupt, only the corrupt will be willing to take the mantle of governance, and with the corrupt in power, no amount of resources, culture and religion will save this nation. “Verily, Allah does not change the state of a People until they change themselves.” (13:11)
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