Does Pakistan Have The Right To Call Itself A Muslim State?

Posted: 04/17/2012 in Politics, Religion
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One of the main things majority of Pakistani children are taught during the process of Primary Socialization is how their country was formed. They are told about the sacrifices Muhammad Ali Jinnah, or Quaid-e-Azam as many Pakistani’s call him, and many other Indian Muslims had to make to form a Muslim State so that their children can practice their religion in peace unlike them.It’s been sixty-four years since Pakistan’s independence and a lot has changed which makes people wonder whether Pakistan is a Muslim Country or not?
According to Wikipedia, an Islamic state  is a type of government, where the primary basis for government is Islamic religious law. However, if you see the politicians of Pakistan, if you hear or look at what they do, you will see that it is the complete opposite of Islamic religious law.Take a look at this article and you’ll know what I mean: http://pkpolitics.com/2011/08/26/the-most-corrupt-shameless-government-ever/


Further more, it is not just the government we should just blame but the people of Pakistan who have slowly slipped away from Islam. Take a look at this video that shows British Muslim Scholar, Abdur Raheem Green’s view on whether Pakistan is a Muslim country or not:
If you’re still not convinced by Abdur Raheem Green on whether majority of Pakistan are not practicing Muslims then take a look at this article from a Pakistani news blog and read the comments as well: http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/story/10185/why-porn-is-popular-in-pakistan/
In Islam, sex before marriage is not permitted, yet we see so many Muslims watch pornography. Does this mean that they have sex before marriage too?  If you were too busy to read the article. Watch this video: 
So if the government is not practicing Islamic Law and the people aren’t, the question arises: 

I am Muhammad Mustafa and you just saw my perspective of the world 🙂

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