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Shahid Aziz (Urdu: شاہد عزیز ), is a Pakistani military author, intelligence writer, and retired three-star ranking general officer of the Pakistan Army. His military assignments included as the Chief of General Staff (CGS) from during an interview when questioned about what had been claimed by Gen Shahid in his book. Buy Ye Khamoshi Kahan Tak (Urdu) by Lt. Gen. Shahid Aziz (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. Search results. 12 results for Books: "Shahid Aziz" by Lt. Gen. Shahid Aziz 12 Mar by Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam Lahore (UK) and Shahid Aziz .

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He was disqualified for his iqama and for taking or not taking a salary from his son while being Prime Minister. The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the constitution and it currently has an activist majority that veers close to the Military establishment. It is also very hypocritical. Most Punjabis I talk to are still voting Noon League. They may be thieves but at least they work for Lahore and Punjab as a whole.

AbdulMajeed Abid, I learn a ton from your articles. This was a very good and informative review and treated the LTG Aziz fairly. While this policy does help the Pakistan Army consolidate its intense stranglehold on all aspects of Pakistani life, the attitude of the Pakistani elite is quite surprising. It is possible that they actually have views different from what they publicly air, but are afraid to express them.

It is also possible that they havent thought through the enormous economic and social benefits normalized relations with India will bring. But surely they are aware of the quite substantial differences in living standards between urban areas in the two countries now. I think the reason Nawaz Sharif is being targeted is because he does recognize the benefits of peace with India, and such a peace being easiest perhaps only?

This of course, directly hurts the interests of the Pak army, and hence the conflict. Thanks hoipolloi.

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I would really like Pakistani commentators to provide their opinion on whether:. Army runs the show and Army will continue running the show for the foreseeable future.

Whether helping Kashmiri Muslims means supporting armed struggle or working towards a diplomatic solution is a matter of debate. There are internal developments in Pakistan that are far more significant. Hi Vikram, I venture to address your question because the answer is clear cut and not controversial. From what I have read else ware and what Kabir repeatedly said on this blog, Pakistan has arranged its society as elite and prole blue-collar working class.

Elite by definition are not middle class; they are the top of the heap. This is purely an economic assessment with no theological implications.

Yeh Khamoshi Kahan Tak / یہ خاموشی کہاں تک by Shahid Aziz

We have what you could call professional classes doctors, lawyers, engineers, civil servants, professors. This is the class to which my family belongs. We are not among the landed elite. The Army makes all foreign and security-related policy. India policy comes under national security policy.

That is not going to change in the foreseeable future. Also, you seem to not recognize that Pakistan has a principled position on Kashmir one with which India obviously disagrees.

The dispute will not be resolved until India, Pakistan, and Kashmiris come to the table and hammer out a solution that is acceptable to all. The status quo is not that solution. How are the uber-rich in Lahore living any differently from the uber-rich in Delhi? This is a serious question.

Yeh Khamoshi Kahan Tak / یہ خاموشی کہاں تک

The Pakistani elite also goes to London and America, just like the Indian elite. Not that it has anything to do with devotion to the Kashmir cause. Pakistan has a stand on that matter and India disagrees. Apparently today, scroll. I would say the difference is more observable in middle class between the two countries.

Also the upward social mobility. The rich-elite in the world are all same. A middle class in one country may afford a car but in another not. In the US everyone claims to be middle class though some people are clearly rich.

At best, I would say they are lower-middle-class. Kabir, for the sake of brevity I would request you to see the forest for the trees. The absence of middle class is poverty in a society.

That is not something to be proud of. If only the emphasis is not on military build up and a normalization of relations with India, the resulting peace dividend would create a middle class from the working class. Hope you reflect on this. I am hopeful for Pakistani reform.

What did you think of?: Basically Kabir says, he has no interest in the poor or common people servants. Kabir then goes on to remark he is not interested in literature gave an example; cant recall that explores the plight of the poor.

Says he cant be bothered reading that kind of litreature. I made a comment about bonking the house niggers. Kabir says it is disgusting. I know of quite a few from Ceylon. Family friends, relatives. In one particular case which I got to know as an adult both father and son were both bonking the house nigger. She was very pretty, still recall her.

I must have been about years old. I had an older relative whose claim to fame was that he had bonked three generations. Grandmother, mother and daughter. Now one has to be super rich relative to SL to have a servant. A pay of at least USD and a room for stay at home.

Essentially SL rich have to compete with the Gulf countries. Then a wage of USD For sure the Arabs are bonking the SL house niggers.

They bonked physically and monetary all the way from the application to the airport in SL, and then in the Gulf the Arabs took over the bonking. What really surprises me is the lack of any genuine pro peasantry movement in Pakistan. In India had the pro peasant movement of the 60s not happened, It would not have given rise to entire second generation of leadership and subsequent political rise of OBCs in India.

Even so, the number of dollar millionaires in India are more than double the number for Pakistan after normalizing for population and is growing rapidly. I am not even considering the diaspora here.

The useful thing to look at is that the opportunity for growth for an enterprising individual is much more in India than in Pakistan. And it is this minority that creates the condition for the rest of the society to thrive.

Some factors: Higher per capita income 2. Much higher FDI 4. Much larger talent pool. Now, if one were to start a business in Pakistan, the growth will plateau at some point. However, if you had access to the Indian market, that business can continue to grow for much longer. Even western behemoths have not been able to crack it. For talented Pakistanis, better relations with India mean they can find jobs in Google, Facebook, Flipkart or the tons of other companies that are here.

For Indian companies, access to Pakistan is like getting access to 5 more states. The road to Central Asia might still be blocked because Afghanistan remains a no-go territory. Perhaps my baniya dimaag even though I am not a baniya by caste undervalues the theological battle lines.

Just to make it clear, I am not really interested in internal Pakistani politics. Nor do I agree with the refrain that we are essentially the same people. I am looking at it purely from an economic point of view.

There are at least x more women in Mumbai than in Karachi in my age group. The other difference would be between vocations. Indian women have much higher diversity in this regard. PPS — I used to work at an Indian social media company. We had stickers and other content in Urdu and Farsi. We used to get a huge number of mails from both Pakistan and Iran claiming how much the people loved the product.

I could go on waxing lyrical about that simple yet earnest refrain but why waste cyberspace. So just go through the keywords in no particular order of importance:. Plus I fantasize about rosy cheeked Kashmiri muslimahs living inside the same international border as me every night.

Not so. If Pakistan allowed it, most Afghan trade would be with India, flowing through Pakistan. Overnight Afghan GDP would skyrocket. Trade would absolutely flow through Afghanistan to Turan. Instead trade can flow through Balkh and Herat.

Plus India would get huge quantities of cheap natural gas through Afghanistan and Pakistan. If Pakistan allowed trade between Afghanistan and India; it would change everything. GIRoA tax revenues would skyrocket. Afghanistan would economically flourish.

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Things would be much, much better. Pakistan would also benefit enormously. Much more importantly the powerful peace lobby in Pakistan would grow in strength and power. Other than that all same. Ya Allah! My blood boils reading this.

Give me the strength to avenge the honour of my central asian sisters. Usually the Christian missionaries get the blame for that region. Chinese did help Naxalites at one time or another.

They are not called Maoists for nothing. I agree with hoipolloi. My understanding is that the ISI Directorate had much to do with that.

Shahid Aziz. Dawn News. Retrieved 26 May Shahid Aziz". The Insider Brief. A new civilian face". The News International. Retrieved Native Pakistan.

The Nation. Archived from the original on 13 November When self-deception melts away". The Express Tribune. Yeh Khamoshi Kahan Tak. Seven Springs Publishers. Musharraf hits back at Shahid Aziz". Retrieved 13 December Arab News. Gen retired Shahid Aziz". Pakistan Army.

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