EDITORIALS are galore in condemning firebrand politicians. However, it was extremely disturbing to see the same phenomenon in a prestigious daily like Dawn.

‘The demagogue in Khan’ and further the start of the column by Cyril Almeida (Oct 7) were in poor taste. Pushing one’s point of view down people’s throats could be done in a decent way, and there is no need for contaminating a comment.

Dr OBAIDULLAH Plastic Surgeon Peshawar

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awais
October 12, 2012 3:51 am
so true, we have a way of turning perfectly decent guys into villains. a person eventually becomes what he is portrayed to be.
Asif
October 13, 2012 1:50 am
The Almeida column was a correct and balanced analysis of Imran's equivocal stance on extremism. More of such columns are needed.
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