It is rightly said that most of the opression is done by Courts who claim to provide justice. When justice turns into opression, the people in the society become rebels, helpless and angry and nothing more.
The state of my Pakistan is something like this. After a lot of effort and hard work, I was satisfied that our judiciary is free. But I was wrong. I did not know that in this country, only the head of the judiciary was free. I was an idiot to believe the people who said that after the judiciary is free, the state will be like a mother. I had, perhaps, forgotten that these people had never done anything in their lives, so what could they do now? After the judiciary became free, the state did not become anything like a mother, but became even worse than a step-mother.
Perhaps Shiakilling will be blocked again by the Zia ul Haq group for speaking against the Chief Justice, but what can I do when 346 Shiite bodies in 11 months pass my eyes and ask me whether my sole job is to write articles and make videos?In a year and 5 months, these ears consistently heard about the deaths and these hands wrote some hundred articles about them. But I never felt as bad about any of the deaths as I do when I hear that the Court of Chief Justice of Pakistan released a certain terrorist involved in Shiite Genocide.
Yes definately! Martyrdom is our legacy but is being silent on opression also our legacy?The murderers of 346 Shiites in the past 11 months are still free. These courts and judiciary never convicted a single person for those murders but instead freed those who openly boasted to have killed hundreds of Shiites. Several hundred Taliban, whom the army had arrested, were freed. Alas time will decide whether the Courts who freed a terrorist like Malik Ishaq are good or disasterous for Pakistan.
The stories of injustice in the name of justice do not end here. The ‘free judiciary’ of Chaudhary Iftikhar refuses to hear the cases of several thousand innocent Shiite prisoners in the Pakistani jails. It was possible for the Courts to release the well-known Shiite murderer Malik Ishaq, but it seems impossible for them to hear the case of Ishaq Kazmi who’s now been in prison for over 18 years! The son of Millat-e-Jafaria Ghulam Raza Shah Naqvi, who’s spent 16 years in prison now, is still unable to get a date for the courts to just hear his case. Isn’t this the same Judiciary that claims to provide equal rights to all?
Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhary should realise that those being dragged off from buses and shot in Quetta, being stoned to death in Chilas, being shot every day by Sipah-e-Sahaba in Karachi and being beheaded by the Taliban in Parachinar are not stupid as to not understand these games being played against them. The end of the second Zia ul Haq will be [Inshallah] the same as the first!
This article written by the blood of thousands of Shiites will seem to some to be an insult of Courts, but this is the voice of the 346 who were killed on religious basis and the several thousands who are still imprisoned because they’re Shiites.
The upcoming time will decide whether this article is an insult to the courts or the voice of the innocent Shiites.