Hypocrite Commands Love

Hypocrite is generally loved by people and has a large social circle, thanks to his / her double-faceted character. A Hypocrite is a friend / well wisher / sympathiser by word of mouth while actually he / she is not.

A principled person may take some time to make up his / her mind before giving out a promise because he / she has determination to fulfil the promise.

However, in time of need a spontaneous promise counts a lot. This is what is readily provided by a Hypocrite because he / she has no intention of fulfilling it. That is enough to trap the needy. Isn’t it?

Blaming others is only a false refuge. One has to look in to own person for the cause and try to remove that. A renowned philosopher and poet Dr Muhammad Iqbal (who was awarded Ph. D. by a high class university in Germany before World War-II) wrote:

عمل سے زندگی بنتی ہے جنت بھی جہنم بھی
یہ خاکی اپنی فطرت میں نہ نُوری ہے نہ ناری ہے

Meaning something like:

It is action (behaviour) of a person that makes life heaven or hell

Human body in itself is neither heavenly nor Hell-worthy

The Trap

When somebody makes a claim “I have fear of Lord in my heart or I love humanity. You can trust me and you will find me your supporter in business and problems”. Because the claim is made in public, people believe it to be true while generally people making big claims do not actually mean it.

One of the main reasons people have double standards is that they desire to have the best of both worlds. They go to church / Mosque and as soon as they come out, they go back to living their “regular” lives ignoring what they learnt or for what they prayed in the Church / Mosque. They, perhaps, think that God only knows what they tell him. “Do the right thing” in no way means to do which best suits our lustful desires.

Victims of Hypocrisy, normally, try to use some form of rationalization to justify their actions. Study of nature of present-day people’s moral blunders proves that hardly any body is immune from stumbling from a lofty perch.

A lack of respect for the seducing nature of sin has led many to live Hypocritical lives.

In our heart of hearts, we know fully well that something is morally wrong with our actions, but we do it anyway because it feels good or is convenient.

More About Hypocrisy

As already indicated: Hypocrisy is the pretension to qualities which one does not possess, or, more cognately the putting forward of a false appearance of virtue or religion. Malice of Hypocrisy is identical with that of lying; in both cases there is discordance between what a man has in his mind and the simultaneous manifestation of himself.

However, mere concealment of one’s own sin, unless one be interrogated by legitimate authority, should not be taken as Hypocrisy. We must carefully differentiate its two elements: the want of goodness, and the pretence of having it. If a person be so minded as definitely to intend both things, it is of course obvious that he is guilty of Hypocrisy.

Cognizance must be taken of the motive which prompts the involved person to adopt his hypocritical bearing. If the end he has in view be such as to be incompatible with the love of one’s friend or neighbour, for example, if his purpose were thus to spread abroad false doctrine more unimpededly and more thoroughly, he must clearly be considered to have committed Hypocrisy.

Solidarity with People of Jammu & Kashmir

All the people across the Pakistan and Azad Jammu & Kashmir mark the February 5, as solidarity day in a befitting manner to pay homage to martyrs of state Jammu & Kashmir, and express unity with people of Indian occupied part of the state in their rightful struggle for freedom from Indian subjugation.

Pakistan had been marking the day since 1990 to highlight the plight of people of the State Jammu & Kashmir for their birth-right to self-determination promised to them by the international community through UN Security Council Resolutions of January 17, 1948, April 21 1948, August 13, 1948 and January 05, 1949, and make it realize of its obligation of ensuring a UN sponsored plebiscite in the state according to the wishes of the people of the state.

Solidarity Day was first observed in 1990 when nation collectively prayed for the success of freedom movement of people of Kashmiri.

Symbolically, the Kashmir valley is known as “heaven on earth” which showcases stunning natural beauty, heavenly glimpses of different seasons and popular for its rare arts and crafts. While after the illegal occupation of a big part of Jammu & Kashmir state by Indian army, the heaven of Kashmir valley was enclosed in barbed wires drenched in blood and smell of Gun Powder which raised the issue of mass scale human rights violation committed by Indian Armed Forces in Jammu & Kashmir.

Kashmir problem is unfinished agenda of partition plan of 1947 which librated India from British Crown to make two free states Pakistan and India.

Under the plan the State of Jammu & Kashmir would have become part of Pakistan but unfortunately soon after independence India occupied the state and kept people of the territory under its yoke. However, people of State started freedom movement and liberated part of the State Jammu & Kashmir from Indian occupation which is known as Azad (free) Jammu & Kashmir.

The day protests against Indian occupation and atrocities on the inhabitants of the part of the State Jammu & Kashmir occupied by India using her military might. This issue is a real bone of contention in the relations of Pakistan and India since 1947.

Pity the so-called Flag-Bearers of Humanity, USA, Russia and UK who kill thousands of people in the name of human rights, but dam-care about their own promises given in UNO about seven decades back.

The Indian Express newspaper reported on Sunday that doctors at Srinagar’s Shri Maharaja Singh hospital have treated at least 446 patients with injuries sustained from being shot at with pellet guns, which have been used against protesters by Indian forces in the region.
A majority of victims have “multiple structural damage” to their eyes, the state government told the Jammu and Kashmir High Court, according to the daily.
Pellet guns have been widely used to quell protests in Kashmir that erupted after a popular rebel commander, Burhan Wani, was killed in a gun battle with Indian security forces last month.
At least 66 people have been killed in the almost daily anti-India protests and rolling curfews prompted by the killing of Wani on July 8.
The Central Reserve Police Force, an Indian paramilitary unit, told the Jammu and Kashmir High Court that it had used 1.3 million pellets in 32 days, adding that “it was difficult to follow the standard operating procedure given the nature of the protests”.