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MQM lost its way, but why?

April 18, 2019
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Obed Pasha, an assistant professor at Cleveland State University talks about how MQM lost track.

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      Anonymous  April 20, 2019 1:21 am/ Reply

    May Allah save us from such gangsters and silent killer. Alt******* a barking dog of India should be punished to give justice to thousands of immigrants and other national cultural groups. Muhajirs are now shameful for what they had done. They should be counseled and educated about social and national systems for the development of Pakistan.
    We Sindhi People were told before their migration that every migration brings both good and bad. Migration of Muslim from Indian side awarded us shining stars like Abdul Qadeer khan and Edhi, Dr Nisar Ahmed. But in bad we suffered too later in the mqm period. However we are following prophets Sunnah.

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      Khurram  April 20, 2019 11:02 pm/ Reply

    Discrimination, marginalization ethenic division and its promotion brought mqm in existance. Qouta, shifting of capital to Islamabad the 3 not 3 case planed mogration of pashtuns killings of ursu speaking people all are causes. Beating up of professors in Sindh university etc. But bad turns bad and it turned bad for us. May ALLAH gv hidaya to all other communities and us as well.

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