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Defining Terrorism in the Context of Pakistan

As a nation, we are open to establishing friendly relations with foreign powers, but on the condition that they do not attempt to exert control over us. We desire friendship, not dominance. Our ultimate aspiration is peace, not war. Unfortunately, our land has been a battleground for years, yet amidst the political disputes, it’s crucial to recognize the humanity of the people living here. What we seek from our allies is steadfast support and solidarity. Any act of kindness is greatly appreciated, and our hope is for our allies to remain true allies, standing by our side without betrayal.

Sectarianism

Reflecting on the 1950s and 1960s, Pakistan held a position of high esteem and flourished during those decades. This success stemmed from the stability of the government and the public’s trust in the public sector. At that time, authorities were not driven solely by a hunger for power or wealth; they were more responsible and accountable. However, sectarian violence has emerged as a form of terrorism in recent years. Suicide attacks and targeted killings are orchestrated to spread fear and terrorize the population. The aim is to exploit divisions within Muslim communities and undermine their unity.

Impact of Terrorism

While the global perception may paint Pakistan as a failing, corrupt nation that harbors terrorism and has no future prospects, I respectfully disagree. My stance isn’t merely rooted in patriotism; it’s based on truth. Undeniably, the negatives often overshadow the positives. We grapple with failed governmental systems, a struggling public health sector, sectarian violence, religious intolerance, illiteracy, and child labor, among other challenges.

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