Ideological propaganda is based on stories of far off, unseen lands where the great historic struggle for Sharia is being fought.
Christians, Hindus, Sikhs and Ahmadis are living in enviable happiness compared to the horrible state that Muslims in Western countries are in.
For the convenience of the Pakistani voter, Sabir Nazar suggests new election symbols for all political parties to match their priorities and past performances.
Imran Khan is the last hope for change in Al Bakistan … but he is also the last hope for PPP to remain in power for the next five years.
A child’s disconnect from imagination starts from school, when he or she has many images of the world but very few words for it.
Indian soldiers are cowards. One Muslim soldier is equal to 10 Hindu soldiers … yet, we have never won any war against India.
Sheikh ul-Islam, the Pir of 90 Sharif, and all the Sajjada nashins will start jogging from Lahore on the GT road in Prados to convert Islamabad into Tahrir Square.
Our Al-ulemas and Al-banned outfits are toiling like Farhad to bring forth the Al-Qaeda Spring from the rocky landscape of Al-Waziristan.
"Earthquake and floods in Pakistan was our test from God … but Sandy hurricane was God’s wrath on America for their arrogance."
Muslims excel in countries where they are in a minority. If any do opt to stay in Pakistan, they face court trials and die young.
We can live without food, water, electricity, medicine, justice, democracy, roads, hospitals and schools, but not without honour.
A complete command over history is manifested during marriage ceremonies or funerals, where family disputes spanning over three generations come alive.
Poetry can be used to reverse all arguments in your favour. If you want to rubbish democracy, just quote a couplet from Iqbal.
Pakistanis who were born before the 70s saw a different Pakistan – a place unimaginable for our younger generation.
In Al Bakistan everything is controversial, whether it is Zardari, media, Taliban, Khuda Hafiz or the moon sighting. But…. we are part of one Ummah.
With images of Malala on every chowk, newspaper, profile picture and TV channel, for the first time in my life I have started to like Pakistan.
I always wondered why image is so dangerous and not the word. What is so destructive and explosive in an image that it is always controlled by words?
Returning from South Waziristan, the yatrees will march towards Islamabad because as we all know, all roads eventually lead to Islamabad.
If you believe that all blasphemy suspects shall have a fair trial, you are a liberal fascist who is suffering from an inferiority complex, writes Sabir Nazar.
Here is my small contribution to update the alphabet book, so that Pakistani children know what kind of a world they are about to step in to, writes Sabir Nazar.