hoped Benteke could

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hoped Benteke could recapture the form he was in during his Aston Villa tenure when he scored 49 goals in 101 appearances.

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the report added.As a result, who is contesting for the post of president from ABVP, SSP, displaying remarkable resilience and determination, The prosecution also relied on call records allegedly giving details of conversations between Bijlani and co-accused. European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker alluded to concerns about a Euro-sceptic government in Vienna.The Brussels chief executive wished him success in forming a "stable pro-European government" but didn’t mention if the EU would insist Kurz shun the FPOe as EU leaders had similarly pressured then Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel to do back when he formeda coalition with FPOe’sJoerg Haider in 2000 Which direction Austria ultimately takes will depend on what kind of a coalition Kurz can stitch up and if the FPOe does decide to demand its pound of flesh from the young leader Written by Murtaza Razvi | Published: January 6 2011 4:22 am Related News To say that Punjab Governor Salman Taseer was equally controversial and courageous when he expressed his views is an understatement The story of his assassination reads truly like a chronicle of a death foretoldand brings to the fore the demon thats been eating away at the soul of Pakistani society: religious intolerance It was a demonstration of bigotry and hatred at its worst as the killer security guard kept smiling before the camerasshowing off his pride at what he had done Condemnations of the murder by fellow politiciansTaseers own party leaders and opponentscame equally reluctantly While the mullah brigade won another day on Tuesday in Islamabadthe vernacular media also came out as a party to their culpability in which the two sinisterly rejoiced How can anyone dare defend a poor Christian woman convict accused of having blasphemed against the Prophet of Islam The question was asked repeatedly No prizes for guessing the unanimous answer The stage was being set to kill Taseer and to make a horrible example of anyone else who dared tread the same path A sizeable section of the media gave enough coverage to obscure prayer leaders from here and there who announced head money for killing Taseer Others demanded his dismissal from the governors office and declared him murtid (a lapsed Muslim) The state watched as the threats were issued; no action was taken to apprehend those who openly incited the faithful to murder Even in his own Peoples Partyno one came forward to defend Taseers views on the very controversial blasphemy law that was enacted by the dictator Zia-ul-Haq and further strengthened by Nawaz Sharif when he was last the prime minister PPP MP Sherry Rehman is the only other courageous politician in the entire party who has drafted a new law and deposited it in parliamentseeking to amend the blasphemy law that has now claimed several lives Unfortunate as it isshe is seen to be acting alonewith no other ruling MP openly coming to her aid in the crucial matter A sustained media campaign was mounted by Taseers arch enemiesthe Sharif brothers and their minionsto smother his image His opponents often struck the Punjab governor below the belt by releasing his family members pictures to the media in which they appeared partyingas proof of their waywardness and un-Islamic behaviour The hate campaigns were unendingyet Taseer had the dignity to walk away with graceissuing no denials whatsoever Responding in kind was way beneath the man Taseer was groomed in the enlightenedprogressive tradition of his fathers house where poetry and the arts had made home His fatherprofessor MD Taseerwas a well-reputed and respected man of letterswho had also served as the principal of MAO CollegeAmritsarbefore independence His mother(Christabel) Bilquees Taseerwas the elder sister of Alys who married the poet laureate Faiz Ahmad Faiz TogetherMD Taseer and Faiz were the shining stars and pioneering members of Urdus (leftist) Progressive Writers Movement of the 1930salongside Syed Sajjad Zahiralias Banne Bhaiof the Communist Party Taseers and Faizs wives too were steeped in leftist ideologyand had come to India from Britain to see and support the Indian freedom movement against the Raj Raised in such informed companySalman Taseer got a head start that many from his generation envied He wore his inborn secularism and often contradictory Muslim credentials with equal ease If being secular was his inner convictionbeing a culturally proud Muslim was perhaps a corollaryand not entirely his political compulsion His youthful exuberance and flamboyance attracted manyincluding the dashing journalist Tavleen Singh by whom he had a sonAatish Taseer now a writer in his own right Walking away from Singh and his sonhe went on to take two wivesone after the otherto eventually settle down in Lahore and raise a family in an openprogressive home environment that can be said to be at odds with what Pakistan as a society has become over time; but which many urban Pakistanis continue to hold on to as their little secrets that are jealously guarded against the bigotry surrounding them Taseers lifestyle and the open manner in which he conducted his controversial personal and business affairs and politics upset many peoplebut none enough to kill him His remorseless killer had to be a religious fanatic; the 26-year-old Mumtaz Qadri of Bara Koha small settlement outside Islamabadfitted the profile The muted reaction to Taseers killing is also symptomatic of the sicklyhypocritical society Pakistanis live in todaywhich allows little room for debate on any issue tainted with religionlet aside dissent against popularly accepted formulations based largely on myths or sheer ignorance This is a society that courts one disaster after the otherwith a repulsive appetite that refuses to be satisfied Islam in Pakistan is certainly not in safe handsand has become a tool in the hands of a growing number of people to settle personal scoreshurl abuses and threats or simply to kill to ostensibly please Allah The all-pervasive state of denial on the part of the leadership to come forth and say that there is a problem that must be fixed is equally repulsive and leaves one with little hope To put it crudelyits a dog-eat-dog world Whether or not this newfound world of bigotry consumes another celebrity like Salman Taseer whos willing to stand up and say what must be saidit will surely continue to consume many more Aasia Bibisaverage citizensMuslim and non-Muslimwho keep falling easy prey to what Taseer courageously called a black law This is because many in the media and from their pulpits in the mosques will keep inciting the faithful to murder and mayhem Pakistan indeed is a dangerous place to be The writer is an editor with Dawn,cannot afford to drive it home to his children.s move to migration for a minute.

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