Monday, 2 June 2014

The reality of Life

It is true to say that life is nothing but a testing place. The word 'testing place' is linked with the seriousness of this test. This reflects what life is really meant for and how individuals should act accordingly. Unfortunately, this life is taken for granted but many of the readers wouldn't understand by the word 'granted' as everyone is  spending his life in the most satisfactory manner possible. This doesn't relate to the beggars, orphans or other helpless people. Perhaps, the reality should conveyed to millions of people around the globe.

This life is actually one of greatest place to get observed. Yes, it is true to say that we are getting observed every moment. Whatever actions we commit, it is observed by the single authority Who has the authority over heaven and earth. I am talking about the GOD. I am talking about ALLAH the almighty. This life is a testing place for us and HE is observing us 24/7. Many people wouldn't understand what am I talking about. But, the truth is, ALLAH does exist. He is the supreme creator of this whole world. Without HIM, we are nothing. We are just nothing at all. Everyday we commit many sins which are ignored and avoided by us in any way. Through this, we ignore the GOD - ALLAH as well. Everyone will get to know about his actions in the list of deeds while he is laid to rest in grave. But nobody is aware of the fact that how that dead body is going through that resting place. That place should never be avoided at all. That place is the only place where we would come to know what the reality is. The Holy Prophet PBUH, who was the greatest messenger of ALLAH, warned us to think about GOD before committing any action or deed. No matter what religion you belong to, the reality is, everyone is a born Muslim but people then confirm their religious identity through their kith and kin. But the truth is, everyone is a born Muslim. In this way, when a Christian, Hindu, Buddhist etc. dies, nobody knows what happens to him after death. Only the deceased person has the knowledge of the critical phase he is going through. After death, no one is given a single chance.

The day of resurrection, that is the final day, is the Judgement day. This day will definitely arrive, and then people will come to know what Islam is and why shouldn't they become Muslims at that time. I understand there is too hatred in the world for Islam because of Terrorism but I would not hesitate to say that those individuals are not Muslims at all because they kill people and in Islam if you kill one person, you kill the whole humanity. So, they are the victims of one of the major sin in Islam. You still have a healthy life, you still have a chance, you still commit blunders in your life, you still do whatever contends you but just think for a moment as to who are you and why are you living that way? The reason is people don't understand the true reality of Hereafter because this world is meant to provide you temporary happiness and people are accustomed to it. People don't worry about the future of their hereafter but they do think about the future of this life. This life is nothing just a testing place. The tests are being conducted everyday but we ignore them. We drink alcoholic drinks, we do drugs, we commit adultery and the list continues. These are all major sins my friends. You are solely responsible for everything after death. ALLAH will never leave you for a single out of HIS mercy when you are dead. He will forgive you when you ask for HIS forgiveness in this temporary life because HE appreciates those who avoids these temporary luxuries and just become damn close to ALLAH.

All my readers would definitely hate this post because I am being an extremist but the fact is 'To ALLAH we belong and to HIM we shall return. 

Thursday, 1 May 2014

Terrorism in Pakistan - The root causes

Indeed, the death toll surpasses the consolidated terrorism-related passings for both Europe and North America. Thus, an understanding of terrorism, its flow, its causes, the explanations behind its acceleration and de-heightening is of most extreme significance to Pakistan. 

Tragically, policy makers, scholastics and legislators in Pakistan progressively depend on hypothesis and their instinct alone to manage this hazard. The motivation behind this article is to disperse the myth that changes in instruction and financial development alone will cut down terrorism levels.

Unquestionably, training and development arrangements ought to be sought after in their right, yet to want that these approaches will lessen terrorism is focused around unadulterated guess. A heap of studies go against the "standard way of thinking" perspective of terrorism. The story goes that it is those poor, youthful, unskilled and mentally conditioned teenagers who have nothing to live for that turn to terrorism. Actually, nothing could be further from reality.
Joining unemployment with wrongdoing and clarifying ideal discipline outlines had won Gary Becker the Nobel Prize in matters in profit making. He demonstrated that crooks "objectively" choose to execute criminal acts given the likelihood of getting got and the seriousness of conceivable discipline. He further found that high unemployment and destitution rates are connected nearly to higher wrongdoing rates.
Consequently, in an investigation of terrorism it was characteristic to study whether a high level of impoverishment expanded terrorism levels. This conviction was imparted by world pioneers and top scholastics. Case in point, previous US president George Bush contended: "We battle against neediness in light of the fact that trust is a response to fear."

Additionally, Jessica Stern of Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government notes: "(The United States) can no more stand to permit states to come up short … new Osamas will keep on riing." These perspectives were imparted by others, for example, Bill Clinton, King Abdullah of Jordan, the diocese supervisor of Canterbury and Tony Blair.
By and by, to the dissatisfaction of numerous scholastics, the basic positive relationship between neediness and (material) wrongdoing couldn't be extrapolated to a positive structural relationship between destitution and terrorism.

Not a single study could present a pertinent defense that terrorism had monetary roots. This absence of confirmation built up and finally finished in a late survey of the writing by Martin Gassebner and Simon Luechinger of the KOF Swiss Economic Institute.
The creators assessed 13.4 million separate mathematical statements, drew on 43 separate studies and 65 corresponds of terrorism to infer that more elevated amounts of destitution and ignorance are not connected with more stupendous terrorism. Indeed, just the absence of civil freedoms and high populace development could anticipate high terrorism levels exactly.

So does this connection likewise hold for Pakistan? It shows up so. Christine Fair from Georgetown University archives a comparative sensation for Pakistan. By using information on 141 executed aggressors, she finds that activists in Pakistan are selected from working class and overall instructed families. This is further certified by Graeme Blair and others at Princeton University.

They excessively discover proof of a higher help base of terrorism from the individuals who are moderately affluent in Pakistan. In a hearty review of 6,000 people crosswise over Pakistan, it is found that the poor are really 23 times more opposed to fanatic savagery in respect to working class subjects.

Abusing the econometric idea of Granger causality and drawing on information from 1973-2010 in Pakistan, I record a restricted causality running from terrorism to GDP, ventures and fares.

The outcomes showed that higher occurrence of terrorism decreased GDP, speculations and fares. Be that as it may, higher GDP, fares and speculation did not diminish terrorism. How the money adds up: when the economy was not doing admirably, terrorism did not build and the other way around.

In the present setting the Granger causality test determines what reliably happens first i.e. do high wages lessen terrorism later on instead of higher terrorism decreasing salaries later on and the other way around?
Alan Krueger from Princeton University appears to have a demonstration for this "unreasonable" wonder. In the wake of examining far reaching micro- and macro-level information, he excessively reasons that truth be told terrorists are moderately more instructed and are enrolled from wealthier families.

However he watches an alternate example in information: a precise relationship between political abuse and higher occurrence of terrorism. 

He relates terrorism to voting conduct and reasons that terrorism is a "political, not a monetary wonder". He shields his effects by belligerence finally that political inclusion obliges some understanding of the issues and researching those issues is a less excessive attempt for the individuals who are better taught.
In the same way that the more instructed are less averse to vote, likewise they are less averse to politically communicate through terrorism. Subsequently, political mistreatment drives individuals towards terrorism.
To comprehend what causes terrorism, one need not request what amount of from a populace is uneducated or in wretched neediness. Rather one ought to ask who holds solid enough political perspectives to force them through terrorism.

It is not that most terrorists have nothing to live for. A long way from it, they are the high-capability and taught political individuals who so eagerly trust in a cause that they are ready not to be taken lightly it. The answer for terrorism is not more development however more flexibilit