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President Pinera forgot the 34th human victim – innocent Saif

October 15, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

The world celebrated as 33 lucky Chilean miners were rescued from the mine. It indeed was a tale of perseverance, patience and hope. Hope in a new life, a new beginning. It is a welcome relief for the families of those miners whose pain, anguish and anxiety can be hard to comprehend. They waited for weeks for their loved one in the hope that one day they will be re-united. There were emotional scenes of jubilation at the mine site. At this point it is pertinent to mention that just as the families of 33 miners experienced immense anxiety, the family of Saif Khan is still passing through a nightmare. As the Chilean president Pinera welcomed all 33 miners himself, he seems to have forgotten about another human victim – innocent Saif Khan who has been waiting for more than 5 months. Saif still awaits his freedom! He is trapped in Chile even longer than the 33 miners.

Saif has not committed any crime, yet he and his family are being punished in Pinera’s Chile! Is the value of life and human dignity not equal? Are Pakistanis less human than Chileans? Who decides which human being is worth more?

While we are happy at the news of the Chilean miners being rescued safely, we anxiously wait, and wait with all the strength and determination for our innocent Saif to be re-united with his family too. If people truly believe in the equality of human beings, than the plight of the innocent young student needs due consideration. Just as families of the miners faced immense anxiety and stress which is now for them over, the family of Saif till this day awaits justice and real freedom of Saif when he can start his normal life, study and work. He also deserves a decent life especially after his marriage.

Chile’s president has said “his country will never be the same again after the extraordinary rescue of the 33 miners” trapped underground for 69 days. Mr. President, we really hope that you put your words into action. We wait and see that no injustice takes place in Chile again. Would Pinera government show  magnanimity and end Saif’s case thus ending injustice against an innocent student? Would it show to the people of Chile and the world that it cares for all human beings, regardless of race, religion and color?

  1. October 16, 2010 at 11:41 pm

    @ Tanzeel… We are not a nation of cowards. Staying quite is a bigger injustice!! Indeed ultimate justice will be in Allah’s court, but supporters of Saif and Saif himself will never give up in-sha-Allah. Saif did nothing wrong! Those who are unjust and committing this wrong must be exposed!
    Surely, they have been exposed like never before and Pakistani nation must wake-up in support of innocent Saif. Our leaders are dead, we are not! This injustice against Pakistanis all over the world must end. Allah only helps those who help themselves. We will do our best and leave the result to Allah.

  2. October 16, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    Like Aafia Siddiqui you should also leave your case in Allah’s court.

  3. October 16, 2010 at 9:04 am

    Really, it was a Miracle. I have never heard of an incident like this in the history that Miners have rescued after more than a month. It was a help from Almighty Allah.

  4. kaffir
    October 15, 2010 at 2:58 am

    It’s time to show inhuman muslims that they cannot get away …… interviews of friends and family does’nt make one innocent ….

    • December 1, 2010 at 12:18 am

      My Indian friend (knowing from your Rediffmail email) wake up and read the true sequence of events. The whole Chilean nation is standing with Saif. Saif is innocent and such an injustice can happen with anyone regardless of religion or race. Times do not remain the same. Hatred begets hatred and does not make anyone great. The sooner your people realize that the better. Peace.

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