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Aafia Siddiqui – Victim or Terrorist

Peace everyone. This blog covers all the things you don’t really know about Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani Neuro-Surgeon, and all the implications around her disappearance, iconic representation in Pakistan, re-emergence,  her terrorist act (in Ghazni, Afghanistan) and consequent trial, prosecution and sentencing (In Manhattan, US). Once the facts are on the table, will give an inference, by law and logic, between the lines.

As always, the message is more important than the messenger or the celebrity in focus. This article does not advocate blind love or hatred for Aafia, but it hints awareness towards what made today’s ‘Aafia’ a possibility, and what we should learn from the incident.

Stated Facts

I. Aafias background

Father: Muhammad Salay Siddiqui, a British-trained neurosurgeon (Neurosurgery in focus)-deceased, cause of death  Aafias divorce, heart attack aug 2002 (see chronology).

Mother: Ismet (Farooqi) Prominent religious, political figure. Ex. MP Pakistan.

Siblings: youngest of three. Elder brother architect in Sugarland, Texas. Sister Fauzia (middle) also Harvard trained neurologist (again, neurology), worked at Sinai hospital, Baltimore, taught at John Hopkins university before returning to Pakistan.

Summary – All amongst Pakistans elite, mostly ex-pats in the sense that they ALL spent more time ABROAD then they did in Pakistan. Common grounds include neurology, careers in UK/US, international exposure and politics.

II. Chronology

This is a brief summary of events in Aafias life. Notice the amounts of time spent abroad, missing, in Pakistan etc.

Born: Karachi, Pakistan.

age 3-8 : attended school in Zambia, Southern Africa (off-shored at an early age, despite being youngest of the family)

8-17 : primary and secondary schooling in Karachi, Pakistan (academics unknown)

18-19: Moved to her brother, Houston, Texas, 1990 on student via. Studied at Houston university, 3 semesters.

19-22: MIT-Massachusetts institute of technology – full scholarship, BS. in biology-  triple major in Biology, anthropology, archaeology – grad 1995. Carrol Wilson award for thesis on ‘Islamization in Pakistan and effect on women’ - 1992

Worked with MSA (Muslim students association) and did fundraisers there – said that MSA students came into contact with Abdullah Azzam there (one of Bin ladens ppl, allegedly). Aafia always religious practitioner and propagator of Islamic ideology, throughout student life and beyond.

1995 - telephonic marriage to anesthesiologist (again another medical practitioner) Dr. Amjad Mohammed Khan, now dubbed involved in a plot to ‘terrorize’ a ‘gas station’ in Maryland  (lol. Imagine, doctors wanting to blow up gas stations, they must be low on logic, even in terrorist capacity, its a stupid place to blow up, it serves no purpose.)

1995-98 Amjad comes over to live with Aafia in Lexington, Massachusetts- two children born, Muhammad Ahmed (1996) and Mariam Binte Muhammad (1998) (these children carry great importance as we get to the main investigation). Both these children are AMERICAN citizens.

98-2001 - Brandeis university- Cognitive Neurosciences – PHD. Name of research paper is ‘Separating the components of Imitation’. look it up and read it – it is the most important thing about Aafia, her research. No one ever talks about it. It relates to brain learning patterns, short-term, long term memory, and indirectly – information retention mind control.

The couple also moved to Boston during this time. Aafia started IIRT – Institute of Islamic Research and Teaching. Aafia presided, husband was treasurer. Also established Dawa resource center – giving free copies of Quran and Islamic reform guidance to prison inmates and rehab ppl. (Personally I consider all these actions cultural, not terrorist  – threats).

9/11/2001 - allegedly, under the alias of Fahrem or Feriel Shahin, this Islam propagating neurosurgeon from Boston, Massachusetts bought $19 million worth of blood diamonds in Monrovia, Liberia (still unproven in court), while being with her family at the same time in Boston. This was brought forward 3 years LATER, in 2004 by US intelligence.

after 9/11- Siddiqui insisted on leaving the U.S., saying that it was unsafe for them and their children to remain there.

2002 - In May 2002, the FBI questioned Siddiqui and her husband regarding their purchase over the internet of $10,000 worth of night vision equipment, body armor, and military manuals including The Anarchist’s Arsenal, Fugitive, Advanced Fugitive, and How to Make C-4.Khan (husband) claimed that these were for hunting and camping expeditions. Most importantly, the FBI believed them, n on on June 26, 2002, the couple and their children returned to Pakistan. Smell a rat yet?

August 2002 - Khan heads to Aafias parents and divorces Aafia (great timing). Her father died of a heart attack, august 15, 2002. Third child Suleman (children important) born September 2002. Divorce finalized October 21 2002.

December 25, 2002 - Aafia leaves for US – saying she needs a job – returns january 3rd 2002 (job in Christmas eve season?)

2003 - Aafia working at Agha khan University Hospital – writes to Brandeis for finding a job at the University, owing to lack of options for her academic background in KHI.

Feb 2003 – Aafia marries  Ammar Al Baluchi, nephew of Khalid Shaikh Muhammad (a major weakness in her case, cause of marriage doesn’t make sense) for no particular reason, apparently. Personally, i have serious doubts about this marriage taking place , if at all.

march 1 2003 - Khalid Sheikh Muhammad, the new  ‘chief planner’ of Al Qaeda attacks ( i thought it was bin laden, but anyways) reported a ‘series’ of Al Aaeda operatives while in FBI custody. he also named Dr. Aafia (courier of blood diamonds and a financial fixer for al-Qaida), or so the case material says.

march 25 2003 - FBI issues global ‘wanted for questioning’ alert (much like a most wanted list) for Aafia and her husband (number 1).

Afraid of the FBI apprehension, on March 30, 2003, Aafia, with her three children, called a cab to get to the airport to leave for Islamabad, to her uncle. But she never made it to the other side. FBI claims they never found her in KHI, and she was not in any custody 2003-2008.


Aafia and her children’s whereabouts during 2003-2008 brew as many stories as you can count. Pakistans JI (jaamaat e Islami) seems to know right from 2003 that she was in US custody, they’ve been campaigning against it since forever.

Ministries and the Islamabad Airport confirmed that a woman was detained April 1 2003 for FBI questioning, but these reports were later denied. US says Pakistan ISI had her, ISI say they didnt have her,  then US says she is still wanted, all the time people say US has her. The only person who can answer if she was handed over or not – is Musharraf. But he doesn’t like to talk about his mistakes.

One thing is for sure though – she left with her children, meaning she was looking for asylum, not perpetrating terrorism.  and its important to see that she left with all 3 children. She didn’t get to her uncle in ISB, which means wherever she went, it was NOT her own will that got her there, she was abducted mid-way. If this wasn’t the case, she would still be with her uncle n three children in ISB.

Act of terrorism

July 17, 2008- Ghazni, Afghanistan. Outside the governors compound, with two small bags at her side, a burqa, and ONE child (her eldest son).  A woman by the name of Saliha is arrested and she turns out to be our girl. She is carrying a number of documents written in Urdu and English describing the creation of explosives, chemical weapons, Ebola, dirty bombs, and radiological agents,numerous chemical substances in gel and liquid form that were sealed in bottles and glass jars and 2 kilos of sodium cyanide.

Three versions of the story

1. The American Dream- American authorities say that the following day, on July 18, two FBI agents, a U.S. Army warrant officer, a U.S. Army captain, and their U.S. military interpreters arrived in Ghazni to interview Siddiqui at the Afghan National Police facility where she was being held. the warrant officer put down his M4 on the ground. Aafia, sitting behind the curtain, but not secure, went fr the M4, shouted ‘Allah hu akbar’ and sent two shots directly towards the personnel, no one was killed, but two were injured. She was secured and taken into custody immediately, after a revolver shot to her upper shoulder disarmed her.

2. Aafias story- she related a different version of events, according to Pakistani senators who later visited her in jail. She denied touching a gun, shouting, or threatening anyone. She said she stood up to see who was on the other side of the curtain, and that after one of the startled soldiers shouted “She is loose”, she was shot. On regaining consciousness, she said someone said “We could lose our jobs”. Interestingly, no one asked her how she got to Ghazni in the first place.

3. The Afghani version(translated) – Some of the Afghan police offered a third version of the events, telling Reuters that U.S. troops had demanded that she be handed over, disarmed the Afghans when they refused, and then shot Siddiqui mistakenly thinking she was a suicide bomber.

result – Aafia taken into custody till present day, on record.

Children’s whereabouts and statements

1.Ahmed – the eldest

Afghan authorities handed the boy over to Pakistan in September 2008, and he now lives with his aunt in Karachi, who has prohibited him from talking to the press.

August 2010 Yvonne Ridley reported that she had acquired a three paragraph statement taken from Ahmed by a US officer before he was released from US custody – (interestingly – he never was in custody of the US on record, was he)

This is the only fragment of truth, among all the stories given, as it speaks of the death of the youngest child, from a 12 year old.

Ahmed described Aafia driving a vehicle taking the family from Karachi to Islamabad, when it was overtaken by several vehicles, and he and his mother were taken into custody. He described the bloody body of his baby brother being left on the side of the road. He said that he had been too afraid to ask his interrogators who they were, but that they included both Pakistanis and Americans(ISI+ CIA). He described beatings when he was in US custody. Eventually, he said, he was sent to a conventional childrens’ prison in Pakistan.”

The timestamp for this would be Aafias travel Karachi-> Islamabad,  march-apr 2003, the time when she ‘disappeared’.

2. Daughter- Mariam

In April 2010, Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik said that a 12-year-old girl who was found outside a house in Karachi was identified by a DNA test as Siddiqui’s daughter Mariyam, and that she had been returned to her family. Once again, on where she had been all this time, and where she came from – NO COMMENTS.

3. Youngest – Suleman(son)

Nowhere to be found. And how so – He died a bloody death at the age of less than a year, on the street during Aafia’s Capture – mar-apr 2003 (refer to Muhammad Ahmeds statement).

Trial and sentencing

Ironically, for an ‘unproven’ offense that took place in the jurisdiction of Ghazni, Afghanistan, on July 17, 2008 - the trial was held at New York City, US on January 19, 2010, 1.6 years worth of detention, torture and harassment later (not counting the off-record 5 year detention before that).

Aafias trial is the biggest mockery of the law, as literally nothing was proved , and the sentence was declared ‘as ordered’ by pressure groups. As none of the terrorist activities against aafia have been proven with substantial direct evidence, she was only charged on assaulting US officials at ghazni (the M4 story - refer to act of terrorism section, the American dream). Despite the fact that they never got her prints on the M4 even, the jury still gave a guilty verdict, and Aafia has been sent to prison for another 86 (eighty six) years for ‘terrorizing armed military officials’ who shot her, with as much as her voice. No trial however will take place for the injustices committed against her, her family and the merciless ‘collateral’ death of her youngest in 2003 - despite the fact that NONE of the accusations against her have any proof whatsoever.

Aafia’s statements included boycott of the proceedings as she believed they were rigged. She also said post trial – that all Muslims should display self control and not resort to violence following this decision.

The untold elements (must read)

This is the part for which you have been reading. What I infer is not necessarily true – it is just the most logical inference I can make with the data I’ve collected. so, here goes.

1. Not a Terrorist – But a victim of Terrorism

Aafia is not a terrorist – she is just someone who believes in standing up for Islam, and fellow Muslims. she has never taken a life, and she has never influenced someone to do something against their will,and she will continue to be the way she is. She might have associated with people who might have, in turn become ‘terrorists’ or extremist Muslims, but that doesn’t make her a terrorist. Just because someone loves Islam, believes in the occupation of Afghanistan n Iraq to be unjustified, and wishes to help Muslim brethren by non violent methods, like protest, medical expertise or proper legal process, there is nothing ‘terror-istic’ about it. Last time I checked, self defense for a community in general is not terrorism, unjustified occupation is.

2. One of Many

She is one of the 1200 + people taken under suspicion needlessly by the FBI following 9/11. Her exposure in media is due to her being a Pakistani elite – if she was me n you, you wouldn’t even notice. Her trial, and refusal of acquittal is a way of saving face - both for Pakistani as well as American authorities. They know she didn’t do anything wrong, n that grabbing her was a false alarm in the first place – but saying ‘hey we all messed up, sry aafia’ is gonna be the biggest mockery of government and intelligence procedure, both for US and Pakistan. So a cause needs to be created through which she can be labelled red – and prosecuted with legal right after. Hence the staged act in Ghazni, 2008 – as it proves she was not in US custody 2003-2008- and it also proves she is Al Qaida – indirectly.

3. Why did Aafia do it?

Simple. One child killed in front of her eyes, 2 left. Notice the timestamps on Mariam’s appearance / disappearance, and compare them with the Ghazni event, n the trial. She was missing all this time – I infer that Mariam was used as bargain collateral. Aafia , while in custody- was  ‘forced’ to stage the ghazni act, in exchange for her daughter’s acquittal - as soon as her trial began and the deal for her boycott/not winning the case was finalized, her daughter was released back to Pakistan. Her son was kept with her on-site to make it look more real and deliberate on her part.

So Aafia decides to do as shes told in exchange for her daughters life, the daughter is released to Pakistani govt. after Aafia gets caught in the act – everyone’s happy. Now US intelligence agencies can say ‘ hey we finally caught someone, n gave them a fair trial even, see’ and hope to improve their competence image/foreign relations. I’d like to know who’s heading their think tanks – my piss has more working brain cells, literally, pshh.

4. Neurology

Another possibility for prosecution/detention could be a forced demand for her neurological expertise. Its a long shot, but mind-related tech work and related abductions are not unheard of. FBI reports show that she had possible involvement in mind-control related tech (‘with Al Qaeda’) – so it can also be true the other way round – i.e. US looking for human resource in that area.

Why prosecute Aafia?

Why? because she is a symbol of Islam – a modern, educated, Islamic woman, one of the best at her trade, and a success story for all Muslim women in terms of her social status (pre-terrorism charges) – and by prosecuting her, you are indirectly prosecuting Islam, its culture, and its woman’s role in society. Aafia has been made an example, so that none can follow in her wake. Its not the terrorism that she didn’t commit, its her propagation of Islam and her commitment to right and wrong that hurt those in power.

Her prosecution is a public stunt to save face, and prevent the public form realizing the kind of racism being dished out at Muslims in the name of terrorism. If she is set free, it puts a black mark on the credibility of the FBI, the CIA, and all other state institutions that are so rampantly making a mockery of Justice in the US and the world over. It also nullifies the decade long campaign against maligning Islam and its followers. so, no fair trial pls – cant afford it.

As its far easier to blame an innocent person than to admit that the US system is messed up, opinionated, and severely biased against Muslims.

The objective is to send out a message – ‘Hey, This is an Islamic woman, a terrorist’. But that objective will not be achieved. Aafia is innocent, and the world will know it – the only propaganda this event will bring is further loss of credibility to those pulling the strings of US power . People in the US and the world over should condemn this act, speak against it. Muslims should support Islam, its propagation, and its culture as much as they can. Musims should shun terrorism and aggression being committed in the name of Islam. Because that is what Aafia’s life is all about – not terrorism. Not blowing up in peoples faces, not killing others and grabbing their land to ensure ones own safety. Not mercilessly killing, torturing  and detaining women and children as collateral for the sake of fictitious national security.

The objective of this decision, is to widen the east west rift further, and escalate it to full scale war.

What to do about this?

Don’t help achieve that objective. Don’t resort to violence. Develop might, but keep it defensive in nature. Improve internal security. Most importantly, stop selling out, at all levels. Go by right and wrong, not by ‘whats in it for me’.

The world and all its resources are subject to cultural influence, not modern warfare. Stop absorbing western culture blindly. Accept positive elements, reject negative ones. Remember who you are, live by it and die by it. Stand for the values that Aafia represents. Be more Islamic, and be proud of it. Excel at what you do. Realize that as Muslims, we need to watch out for ourselves. Protect each other n those around you. Don’t be a sell-out – stand up for what is right.

In the stream of events in this story – not one person in power, US or Pakistan alike, had the integrity to come forward and say ‘No – we will not be a part of this’. During our everyday lives, there are several situations , where we can take a stand, and we refuse to do so – that is where we are wrong. This is our country, our values and our nation and our women n children. We have to protect them.

Don’t hate non-Muslims – inspire them to Islam by being true Muslims, (not sold-out entertainment addicts) as Aafia has done all her life. Even in standing trial, she has laid bare the true nature of those in power in the US – their own people are turning against Islamic racism. Most importantly – get rid of your sell-out leadership ASAP, both in civil and military/intelligence ranks.

Do share with people, so that they know the real Aafia Siddiqui, esp. non Muslims. Comments and related material appreciated.


Prioritizing Floods, Shoes and Presidents

Peace everyone.

This write-up summarizes the present state of affairs in Pakistan, and also touches ‘popular’ vs ‘important’ aspects of our current dilemma.

During the past week, I couldn’t help notice the extreme focus given to our Presidents ‘diplomatic’ visit to the UK. ‘Half of Pakistan’ (a few paid cronies in govt. and some street chalkers with black spray) is busy trying to prove that it was a success and NOTHING  intriguing happened there, while the other ‘half’ (the masala media) is staking its reputation to prove that the biggest crony of Pakistan got two shoes thrown at him during his UK address.

Before we get to the real topic of this article- it is important to clarify the ‘shoe issue’, as people probably wont take heed of the real call to action today, unless they find out ‘kya joota tha kay nai’. Needless to say, the president , his UK visit, his evasion capabilities and all else associated with him is only good for one thing-  distraction from issues at hand.

Separating fact from fiction, in no more than three videos. the first one shows the exact angle and trajectory of the throws(photos), and the quick evasive maneuvers, courtesy Reuters. Therefore, our information minister Qamar Zaman Kaira can go shove his ‘mis-information’ crap where the sun don’t shine.

The Matrix President- Starring the good looking UKP

This second video is a complete interview of the patriot who had the nerve to do the deed – the entire nation is really disappointed with him – as he missed twice. Shameem Khan – in action.

Shameem Khan on ‘Why I throw shoes at Presidents’

The third video shows just how popular zardari’s everyday addresses are, wherein he has to stop his speeches to tell people to ‘shut up’ while he feeds them bull-crap.

This is Awaam ka President speeching- So SHUTaaaaP !

The only thing  people can really do about zardari is ignore him while hes around, and know that everything coming out of him is a lie and a ruse. Counter his actions, not his propaganda. Reverse his deals, imprison his cronies, he is immune, they are not. Make his plans fail in his face. Stop trying to humiliate him, it doesn’t work.

The Real issue for Pakistan

The NWFP flood - Natural Disaster -or latest WMD

A small minority of people in Pakistan feel that the real issue right now is the NWFP flood – and saving the 20 million people affected by it. right now relief efforts are set at providing food and water as basic necessities. as usual, our international beggars are seeing this as another opportunity to embezzle more n more, in the name of helping innocents who are getting little of what is donated, other than the efforts being done by the air force, the only entity capable of actually getting supplies over a landless region.

People are giving away their clothes and various other medical items – which are practically useless in the middle of a sea thats pretty much drowning everything. people need food, drinking water and rescue teams, not expensive water purification sachets and your last pair of gucci shoes. The only secondary items needed other than food and water are tents, which no one is focusing on.

Lastly, as usual, most of us are just donating CASH that almost never makes it to the right people at the right time. so in short, we’re promoting more embezzlement via our relief efforts. The real deal is to get into the action, focus more on getting supplies to the army/the actual location rather than donating our circumcised skins and money over to BS parties and thinking our good deed is done.

Now lets come to the real issue- yes, the flood itself is NOT the real issue. What caused it is far more important.

A multitude of analysts across the globe believe that the NWFP flood is a direct result of HAARP weather intervention – in dummy terms, it was MADE to happen by a ‘research facility’ in Alaska, under charter of the pentagon and the NSA since the 1980s.

HAARP is a radiowave frequency technology that has now been perfected to create natural weather disasters globally via satellite reflection of radiowave signals that are stronger than a billion watts. Details given in given link below. It back-dates to earthquakes in China in 2005, tsunamis, hurricanes and several other natural disasters during the past five years, none of which have had natural pre-occurrences(symptoms seen prior to disasters happening). In case of the NWFP flood, here are some simple facts to ponder:

1. the Weather forecast associations of Pakistan, US/UK or any other damn country NEVER predicted this flood. We get rain warnings weeks before they happen via the internet today, WTF happened this time?

2. NWFP hardly has any rivers, most of  its land is water starved, there has NEVER been a natural flood there during the last 100 years.

3. The temperature scales/history of their mountainous regions do not justify the ‘natural’ glacier melt depicted by the media.

4. The US army has been wanting to ‘flush’ the NWFP area esp. since they intend to move out of Afghanistan soon. No better way to do it than a natural disaster.

So, how exactly did 20 million (12%) of Pakistan’s people get engulfed in water without even a single weather warning from the entire globe?how did this happen?

Read all about it at the given link. Another separate blog on HAARP/possible counter-action next week.


The Internet – and its most important use – Pornography

Peace everyone.
Here is something all internet users should know about. I myself was baffled at the statistics I found, and it has helped me come to the conclusion that like all other things ‘media-ish’ – the internet is doing more harm than good to society.

Will keep it in perspective wr.t. Asia/Pakistan.

Internet Usage Statistics

As of 2010, estimates show that 25.6% of the world Admit it - you expected a porn image, and a porn link here o_0population (1,733,993,741 out of 7 billion) use the internet. Considering Asia alone, this percentage is reduced to 19.4 % (one out of five people). Pakistan has a penetration percentage of 10.6% (18,500,000, which will increase exponentially this year, thanks to PTCL broadband and other providers).

This implies that 1 out of ten people in Pakistan (possibly more) use the internet. This is nothing compared to the penetration of the internet in the US, where it stands at a whopping 74.2%(3 out of 4 people, a vast majority).

I’ve always wondered why moral values have rapidly deteriorated in the west, and a similar wave can be felt in Pakistan ATM, esp. in urban areas. The stats given above, and more importantly, the ones given below, will bring to light, unquestionably, as to why this is happening.


For those of you who might ‘pretend’ not to know, pornography is a 60 billion USD industry, which thrives on placing sexual content on the internet, all kinds included. It is a major reason for adultery, sexual abuse, infidelity, homosexuality, gayism, lesbianism, child abuse and incest sex (sex between parental relations/siblings), among various other perpetrations.
And here’s the latest on how business is going (Mostly US stats, as they actually CONSIDER this a disease spreading in their society – will map them to Pakistan later):

Porn Statistics and consequent effects(2006-2009 avg. est./year)
1. $57.0 billion revenue world-wide (2006)

2. $12.0 billion of this is US revenue, more than all combined revenues of all professional football, baseball and basketball franchises or the combined revenues of ABC, CBS, and NBC (6.2 billion).

3.The National Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families states that “approximately 40 million people in the United States are sexually involved with the Internet.(40 out of 340=12%, one out of every 8 people , which implies that there’s at least 2 in my family, we all use the internet).

4.”Sex is the number 1 topic searched on the Internet” (NCPCE Online, “Current Statistics,” Internet)

5. 25% of total search engine requests are porn-related. (Top three searches: sex, mp3 and hotmail.)
6. 8% of total emails are porn-related. Average daily pornographic emails are 4.5 per internet user. 12% of total websites are pornographic (every 8th page on the internet is porn).

Affecting Children

7. 100,000 websites offer illegal child pornography

8. Child pornography generates $3 billion annually

9. 90% of 8-16 year olds have viewed porn online (most while doing homework, inadvertently) – (9 out of 10 children using the internet, yes, its true)

10. Average age of first internet exposure to pornography is 11 years old (what do you expect a child to accomplish in life after that- except great sex o-O).

11. Largest consumer of internet pornography is the 12-17 age group

12. One in five children ages 10–17 has received a sexual solicitation over the Internet.

Affecting Adults

13. 20% of men admit accessing pornography at work(non admittances, a majority, unaccounted for)

14. 13% of women admit accessing pornography at work

15. 53% of Promise Keeper men viewed pornography the previous week in one study

16.10% of adults ADMIT to having internet sexual addiction

17. 2 out of 3 women, and 3 out of 4 men admit to having sexual thoughts about co-workers.

Infidelity statistics

It’s tough to get a handle on how many of us are having affairs, given the inherent secrecy.

17. 22 percent of married men have strayed at least once during their married lives.

18. 14 percent of married women have had affairs at least once during their married lives.

19. Younger people are more likely candidates; in fact, younger women are as likely as younger men to be unfaithful.

20. 70 percent of married women and 54 percent of married men did not know of their spouses’ extramarital activity.

21. 5 percent of married men and 3 percent of married women reported having sex with someone other than their spouse in the 1997.

22. 22 percent of men and 14 percent of women admitted to having sexual relations outside their marriage sometime in their past.

23. 90 percent of Americans believe adultery is morally wrong.

24. 50 percent of Americans said President Clinton’s adultery makes his moral standard “about the same as the average married man,” according to a Time-CNN poll.

25. 61 percent of Americans thought adultery should not be a crime in the United states; 35 percent thought it should; 4 percent had no opinion. (God bless the porn industry for that)

26. 17 percent of divorces in the United States are caused by infidelity.

Pakistan- In ‘Porn’ Perspective

We’re not done yet, my friends. Mapping this onto Pakistan’s internet penetration percentage, we find that :

1. One out of every 20 Pakistanis is officially committed to internet porn(5% of total population)

2. one out of 33 Pakistani’s (3%) has an illicit sexual relationship (possibly more, not less). 1 out of 50 (2%) get divorced due to infidelity/want of ‘better’ sex.

3. 12% of Pakistans now officially think that adultery should not be a crime in the ‘Islamic republic of Pakistan’.

4. One out of every nine children has viewed porn in Pakistan (11%). Which implies that you have at least one sibling/cousin on each side (paternal +maternal) who is into porn, even if they are under 15.

5. One out of 40 people (2.5%) access google pakistan to search for porn(for entire population). One out of four internet users in Pakistan use it for searching porn.

6. 1 out of 4 women that see you at work (22.5%) have sexual thoughts about you. 1 out of 4 (25%) men who see you at work have sexual thoughts about you too.

BTW, if you want to map these stats to KHI/ISB/LHR, multiply them by 3, as they are urban areas (internet penetration is greater) and literacy is at 30 %. Need I say more?

The bottom line is – 1 out of two people using the internet turns to porn daily. Which implies that as the internet penetration percentage increases, the entire society is gonna turn into a vast majority of sex addicts, who have nothing but sex on their minds, and don’t have the time to focus on their families, their work, or their loved ones, let alone greater social issues. All they’ll be thinking about is what someone would look like without clothes on, or what sexual position would be best for which figure they see.

Sex? Yes – but it’s meant to be private, with a sense of commitment to it. Without that sense of commitment, its just lust. Making it public = making humans animals – easier to control and manipulate. The increasing penetration of internet brings with it this disease, which must be handled at the state level.


How can we tackle this issue? According to the local maulvi – the internet, images, pictures , tv, everything is haram. So pull the plug, lol. So that you’re left back another 200 years.

However, there’s another way to do it, and 1.8 billion people have already saved their society/culture from it. It’s called ‘The Great FireWall of China’. More on that next week. Comments and questions welcome.

Data sources: