Turmoil in Pakistan is a breeding ground of evil.

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The news are spinning the bloody incident of Benazir Bhuto’s assassination like there will be no tomorrow. Images of gruesome bodies splattering around the blast area could give shivers to any people who are watching the news. Typical media coverage-straight to the heart of the action. Emotion is running wild. Benazir’s supporters are deeply in grief as if there is no light at the end of the road. A devastated day indeed for them.

Death will come unto any being. The immortal one would only be God (sorry Sam Harris, your atheistic nature still fail to challenge God’s fate when it comes to mortality of being ). Benazir Bhuto’s death is just another turn of Wheel of Fate that has been charted long before she was born. Let us not be too grieving on her death because at time like this, when emotions running wild and rationality seems elusive, the great evil lurks behind the scene.

Human being ( read: Pakistani) is capable to turn into a beast at any time like this. Thus it is very important for the whole nation to remain sane despite the suffering that most Pakistani felt under the ruling of Musharaff the Iron fist. Let all Muslim in Pakistan turn back to their source of hope which is none other than the Quran and Sunnah as what have been told ages ago by the beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

In time like this,evil can come in different shapes and forms; internally or externally preying the weak to be exploited unto path of destruction. What’s the benefit of killing your fellow Muslim brothers and sisters? We know Pakistan is a failed state. Nothing is good coming out from that Islamic Republic in thess few years time. Does assassinating Benazir will topple the true problem (read: Musharaf)? No it won’t. Then why this bloody incident could occur deep inside the heart of land where Islam is deeply rooted in the birth of this country?

I don’t have the answer for all of the questions that I’ve posted earlier. But one thing for sure, the ‘evil’ who love to see Pakistan in turmoil surely becoming excited at this moment. As expected riot is bursting out in most township in Pakistan. People are angry and already lost control of their emotion. Musharaf’s government will be scorched down if every Pakistani go out to the streets and start burning, smashing the public amenities like those are not theirs.

Is this a sort of revolution like what happen in East Germany before the fall Berlin Wall? There is no leadership, and there is no concrete planning. Every single opposition party has been curtailed from doing concrete problem solving action in restoring back the order and the government is still thinking they can rule the land without much problems.

I bet those Zionist is already smiling widely upon the spill over effect of the incident. Nothing makes them happier than observing the disintegration of Muslims in their own land. The real problem is not about the accusation of militants as the culprit behind this assassination, but the great problem lies in the heart of every Muslims in Pakistan. Unity is the key. They have to be united first as if they are in a great line of army and start finding viable solutions for this malaise. Violent in public is not the solution. It only cause destitute towards Pakistani Muslims and change will not be happening by burning down the rubber on the street.

Pakistan is in need of a solidarity among the oppositions and they must act fast before the masses lose control of themselves and set to become a ‘beast’ with full of rage. A leadership must be instilled upon this reformation or else the death of Benazir will remain to be only a death of a person, not as a pretext for a greater change. May God reward her as what she should be deserving under the justice that has prescribed by Him. Sanity come first before victory emerge.