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Khawateen Ka Aalmi Din

Discussion in 'Social Events and Festivals' at Pakistan.web.pk started by Silent Smile, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. Silent Smile

    Silent Smile Well-Known Pakistani

    Assalam u Alaikum Pakistan!


    Ajj dunya bhar men khawateen ka aalmi din manaya jaa raha hai. Khawateen jau ke kisi bhi maa'shray ka aham juzw hain kisi bhi qaum ki tarraqi men inn ka bohat aham kirdar hota hai.. Allama Iqbal nay kya khob kaha hai

    "wajood e zann se ha tasweer e kainat main rang!!"


    Billa shubba yeh baat darust hai ger cheh inn ko taqreeban tamam maa'shron (chahay woh tarraqi pazeer hain ya gher tarraqi pazeer) woh muqam orr martaba nahi mill paya jinn ki yeh mustahiq hain.. Hamara deen e Islam oraton ko bohat buland muqam orr martaba dainay ka dars deta hai. Woh chahay kisi bhi roop men kyon na ho ussay aik azeem rutbay say nawaza gaya hai. Bint e Hawa ke qadmon talay 'Jannat' rakhi gayee hai jau yaqeenan aik buland tar martabay ka mazhar hai..


    Hamaray Mulk e Pakistan men nitt nayee jahalton ke sabab rozana akhbarat men inn per honay walay mazalim dhekhnay men aatay rehtay hain. Kabhi cholha phatne ke sabab inn ki halakat, too kabhi so called "izat" ki khatir inn ka qatl aik aam si khabar bann ker reh gaya hai. Kabhi inn ko 'Kaari' jaisi bahemana rasm ka nishana banaya jaa raha hai too kaheen wanni ho rahi hai. Kabhi Quran say shadi inn ka muqadar theharti hai too kabhi gala dabanay say moat! Inn sab rawwayon nay hamaray maa'shray men mojod khawateen per bohat gehray asrat murattab kye hain! Lekin chup chap zulm o sitam ko sehti yeh bint e hawa ke lab per uff tak nahi :(


    Ager cheh ahista ahista hamaray maashray men shaoor aa raha hai lekin hamen iss silslay men aisay iqdamat ki zarurat hai jiss say inhen istehsal orr zulm o barbariat say bachaya jaa sakay werna kaheen bohat dair na ho jaye :(

    Hamaray Mulk ki kayee nam war khawateen nay bhi iss moqa per hamaray mulk ka bohat naam roshan kya hai. Kayee likhnay wali writer khawateen ko dhekh lejye ya awaam ke lye jadojehad men masrof samaji shakhsiyat ko sabhi apna apna hissa dalti nazer aati hain


    Iss moqa per rabb ke hazoor dua hai ke woh hamen sinf e nazuk ka haqq adda kernay ki tofeeq atta farmaye (Amin) orr inn chiraghon ki roshni orr faizyabi mulk e Pakistan ko atta farmaye (Amin) App sab inn ke lye khasosi dua kya karen!

    Ajj ke iss khasosi din ke moqa per men Faiz kee yeh shairi tamam khawateen kee nazr ker ke ijazat chahon ga

    bol ke lab aazaad haiN tere
    bol zabaaN ab tak terii hai
    teraa sutvaaN jism hai teraa
    bol ke jaaN ab tak terii hai
    dekh ke aahaNgar kii dukaaN meN
    tuNd haiN shole surKh hai aahan
    khulne lage qufloN ke dahaane
    phailaa har ek zanjiir kaa daaman
    bol ye thoRaa vaqt bahut hai
    jism-o-zubaaN kii maut se pahle
    bol ke sach ziNdaa hai ab tak
    bol jo kuch kehnaa hai keh le

    Bohat khush rahen

    Az Silent Smile[​IMG]
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  2. Heer

    Heer Inactive Member

    Really wonderful thread, and wonderfully presented AGAIN Silent g....
    “God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers” -Jewish Proverb
    This is a very popular saying but instead of mother I would like to replace
    the word with women. When a girl child is born into this earth she has to
    play either the role of a mother, daughter, sister or a wife. No matter what
    the role, she undergoes lot of problems either physically or mentally.
    When she’s a daughter, she has to face all the restrictions that are endorsed
    upon her. When she’s a sister, she has to be all goodie and set an example to
    others if she is elder and not be fussy if she is younger. When she’s a wife,
    she has to face the problems of her in-laws and also in turn expected to be
    dedicated. When she’s a mother, she has to shift from the corporate office
    to changing nappies. Apparently, when she’s old, she has to take care of her
    children and grand children. When will she be free and unchained from these
    restrictions set upon her by the society?
    Well as a woman, I can assure you that I did not need classes in
    'wimmin equality' to make my way quite successfully in the world.
    My attitude was quite simple: 'I am who I am, take it or leave it!'
    What I do find worrying is the apparent ignorance from so many people
    of the real hardships suffered by women in huge tracts of the world,
    not just a headline Muslim comment or two. Sexual violence of the worst
    kind (e.g. rape the wommen in a village and infect them with AIDS and an
    entire section of the population is ostracised and disempowered, the
    illegitimate offspring is often aborted or abandoned, etc.) is rife throughout
    sub-saharan Africa and the far-east (Myanmar is a case in point, but not the
    only one). For a handful of dollars, the MAN with the Kalshnikov will do the
    bidding of the dictator, the diamond seller, the minerals dealer and so on;
    and one of the surest ways of achieving those aims is by the most despicable
    form of terror: that against defenceless women!It is the unspoken plight of
    millions of women that should be addressed! My heartt goes to them...
    Personally I don't think we DO blame everything on men. I think we just have
    a problem with a society that is constructed to favour men
    (particularly in the workplace), where women are still victims of domestic
    violence, rape and sexual assault in large numbers, where women are
    subjected to unrealistic ideals about body image, where pole-dancing is
    considered an acceptable hobby and becoming a WAG an acceptable life
    goal ...Those women are products of this. I'm not sure why so many men feel
    like they are being blamed. Maybe its because so many men seem to feel that
    women's equality as a movement is a threat to them and their security -
    that women's equality is about taking jobs, rights, etc from men. Maybe its
    because its men who tend to shout the loudest that there's no problem and
    no need for feminism, so we get into this ridiculous back and forth argument
    between the genders: Nevertheless, women’s essence lies in her innate
    ability to care, love and sacrifice for the other. She not only plays the
    character of a mother, daughter, sister and wife but also a friend, nurturer,
    guide and partner. She displays wonderful range of emotions from being
    patient to courageous at times of crises. Out of 365 days, we have dedicated
    one day to her and would it be too much to ask all men to suspend judgment ,
    acknowledge and appreciate the love and support that she has showered on
    them in all times? On the occasion of International Women’s Day-8 March
    which is a global day for celebrating the economic, political and social
    achievements of women’s past, present and future, let us all salute them...
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  3. Silent Smile

    Silent Smile Well-Known Pakistani


    Heer for your valuable and detailed comments. I agree with you this is the fact we have to face. To me, ignoring their identities is a social assassination of women. We should come forward and start it right from our own home. Individuals can bring change. We should check our own bags rather pin point some one else. Let us unite against this discrimination and inequality.

    Be safe and happy. Salute to all women of universe. :flower:
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  4. Heer

    Heer Inactive Member

    ThanQ very much Silent jii,

    The responsibility of Mothers (women) cannot be undermined in this age.
    The success of a household and its members depends on the women and
    this should be understood and appreciated. So much more can be said , we can
    fill pages and pages, but nohing is going to change. I mean to say is yes a lot of
    things have changed in some parts of the world...and it's also true that a woman
    is a treasure. But aren't men too? both have their own positive and negative characters.
    Women themselves cannopt tolerate each other in many cases,what to expect from
    men then? having said that I always wonder why Woman gets half of money what men
    get in sports (tennis for example) where spectators and TRP rate is high for their matches?
    (Might be for some other reasons but it’s out of context)...:)
    Another thing you know is although men and women are creations of Almighty, by nature,
    they are designed for certain specific roles. Only a woman can be a mother. One cannot expect
    the man to play the role of the mother. And as a mother, she needs to be respected. When a person
    asked Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)who he should revere most, the Prophet (pbuh) replied - Mother.
    He asked then who? The prohet (pbuh) replied- mother. He asked again, then who?
    The prophet (pbuh) again replied 'mother'. He asked yet again- 'Then who?', the Prophet (pbuh)
    replied then father. 3 times the Prophet (pbuh) said mother deserves greater reverence and the
    fourth time he said father. As Dr Zakir Naik says, in Islam, the mother gets the gold medal,
    the silver medal, as well as the bronze medal and the father has to be satisfied with the consolation prize!:)
    The duties of women and their various roles should be treated with respect and not seen as a burden or a
    matter of stress or imposed restriction. And its not that men dont have problems. They too have their own
    set of problems and to say that only women are suffering would be rather vague.
    Yes it is also true that woman have faced social problems in the past and still continue in almost all
    parts and section of our society and world. We if we work together as God has commanded us
    Inshallah (god willing) future will be bright and prosperous for all.:flower:
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  5. rubPzai

    rubPzai Popular Pakistani

    "I have always maintained that no nation can ever be worthy of its existence that cannot take its women along with the men. No struggle can ever succeed without women participating side by side with men. There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women." [​IMG]

    Quaid-e-Azam ( Muhammad Ali Jinnah )
    Speech at Islamia College for women
    March 25, 1940
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  6. N

    Noor Inactive Member

    Asia's first motorwoman to pilot Deccan Queen
    Deccan Queen

    MUMBAI: When the Deccan Queen, the Mumbai-Pune intercity, pulls into CST on Tuesday, it will be a cause for celebrating womanhood. That's because, for the first time, a woman will be behind its wheel . Surekha Yadav, Asia's first motorwoman who is today India's first mail driver too, will pilot the express. She will take the wheel at the behest of the Mumbai-Pune Railway Pravasi Sangh, considering that March 8 is International Women's Day. And, Deccan Queen is considered Central Railway's most prestigious train.​
    TOI caught up with an excited Yadav on Monday as the intercity express was readying to leave Mumbai so that the 46-year-old could ferry it back from Pune the next morning.​
    "It was my dream to drive the Deccan Queen—a train with a woman's name—and it will come true tomorrow. I am proud Indian Railways gave me such an opportunity. I was also very happy when I drove women's special trains in the past."​
    As she scurried about to see all was well before driving off, she stopped to chat with mediapersons . "I don't find the job difficult – just balancing my responsibilities . Women are not incapable. However, I adjusted. The cooperation from my family , seniors and colleagues was also a huge boost in my 22-yearlong career," she said.​
    Yadav started her career as an assistant diver in 1989 and worked her way up to become a goods driver in 1996, and then a motorwoman in 2000. Last year, she graduated to a Ghat driver. Since 10 months now, she has served as mail driver.​
    Yadav is expected to bring the Deccan Queen to CST at the scheduled 10:25 am.​
    She is amongst 10 women who will be felicitated at the CR function. Others include three goods drivers from Nagpur, Mumtaz Kazi (first diesel/electric loco pilot), Mamta Kulkarni (assistant station manager), Sudha Singh (Asian Games gold medalist), Priyanka Patil (Marathon winner), Geeta Amrish (technician) and Yashodha Bhagyanathan (track woman).​
    CR will also announce prizes for its poster and slogan competition on Tuesday.​
    Western Railway will get its first all-women passenger reservation centre for long-distance trains at Mira Road. WR will also organise a health awareness campaign for women at Churchgate station as well as nukkad natakand a short film on women's empowerment.​
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  7. N

    Noor Inactive Member

    Sky is the limit for Pakistan's women
    fighter piolet'

    Good to see women progressing in Pakistan. Not many muslim countries where women have so much freedom.

    Sunday, 07 Mar, 2010

    In a country where extended family is important and most middle-class women rely on servants for household work and child-minding, Ambreen and Nadia may be saved some of the problems faced by women in the West.

    ISLAMABAD: Ambreen made Pakistani history by becoming one of the country’s first female fighter pilots, but on Sunday she was due to swap her flight schedule for an arranged marriage.

    “It’s all set and planned, but I haven’t talked to him,” she admits, her face scrubbed clean and wearing a Pakistan Air Force (PAF) jumpsuit – a far cry from the make-up and ornate gown she’ll wear for the wedding.

    The wedding between Flight Lieutenant Ambreen Gul, 25, and an engineer from Islamabad has been arranged by their families in the best Pakistani tradition.

    When she wakes up on Monday – International Women’s Day – she’ll be married to a man she has only seen once before and with whom she has barely exchanged a word.

    Pakistan is a conservative Muslim country, where the United Nations says only 40 per cent of adult women are literate. Women are victims of violence and abuse, and the country still lacks a law against domestic violence.

    But in 2006, seven women broke into one of Pakistan’s most exclusive male clubs to graduate as fighter pilots – perhaps the most prestigious job in the military and for six decades closed to the fairer +++.

    Ambreen’s company manager father was delighted. Ironically it was her housewife mother who initially feared her daughter would bring shame on the family.

    “It was because of our eastern culture. She thought people would say, ‘Why are you letting your daughter go out of the home?’

    She and 26-year-old Flight Lieutenant Nadia Gul say PAF is a trailblazer for women’s rights. As respected officers with a 60,000-rupee-a-month salary, they are living out their dreams.

    “It’s a profession of passion. One has to be extremely motivated. I love flying. I love to fly fighter jets, to do something for my country that is very unique,” smiled Ambreen, her hair stuffed into a pony tail.

    Signing up aged 18, only a handful of girls beat homesickness and stiff competition to pass a six-month selection process and graduate after three-and-a-half years of training.

    “It was the toughest time we’ve ever faced,” Ambreen remembers.

    During a training flight on a Chinese-made F-7, she once blacked out for a few seconds before survival reflexes kicked in.

    Nadia, whose army captain husband is serving on the front line of Pakistan’s war against the Taliban in the mountains of Swat, won a prize for academic achievement at PAF’s first women fighter pilot graduation.

    “It was the first time. It was history,” she remembers, a bottle-green hijab covering most of her hair and tucked into her padded pilot’s jacket.

    “I was just a girl who went to college and came back home, but now I’m in a great profession,” said Nadia.

    Commanding male subordinates, they bat aside any question of +++ism or men who don’t take kindly to being ordered about by a woman.

    They love the respect that comes with official fighter pilot status in the armed.

    “Families are very fascinated. Everyone’s very impressed,” says Nadia, describing her husband as “very supportive” and “proud”.

    Forbes ranked Pakistan in 2010 as the fourth most dangerous country in the world. Officers say only a tiny elite – and no women – actually fly in combat in Pakistan’s tribal belt, a battleground against Al-Qaeda and the Taliban.

    While PAF is outwardly very proud of its women pilots, some wonder privately whether women are strong enough to reach the top of the profession.

    But flying transport and cargo planes, ferrying VIPs like cabinet ministers around the country, Nadia feels women’s lot is improving and takes issue with Western perceptions of Pakistan as backward.

    “PAF are giving us this chance on an equal basis. It was really a bold step that the Pakistan Air Force has taken in recruiting lady fighter pilots,” she said.

    In a country where extended family is important and most middle-class women rely on servants for household work and child-minding, Ambreen and Nadia may be saved some of the problems faced by women in the West.

    They believe marriage and – in the future – motherhood can complement, not replace, a career, “provided you have a supportive family.
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  8. Silent Smile

    Silent Smile Well-Known Pakistani

    You're welcome. I agree with you on the most of points you raised but some thing need to be corrected. First we are not just filling pages but we are trying to change the mind setup of our people. They take women as a tiny creature, weak identity, fool human, but that's not what the reality is. The question arise here why just women? there are many men facing different kind of problems. So the answer is the man is a strong party to defend their rights, they have loud noise to call upon any one; but in the community we live women and girls are even buried alive!

    There are many misconceptions related to women and as you quoted Hadees of Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) it clearly shows whats the exact grade of mom. May Allah (S.W.T) shows all of us the right path and give us such power to preach the religion He provided to us :flower:

    Bohot Khush Rahen!
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  9. Silent Smile

    Silent Smile Well-Known Pakistani


    RP and Noor for your valuable dedications for women!

    Bohot khush rahen :flower:
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  10. Sniper

    Sniper New Member

    humara allmi din kab hoga?
    yeh tu achi baat nahee hai....this is not fair yarooo.
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