Kashif Hafeez Siddiqui

Haq Wazeh Hai By Farrukh Hassan

In Uncategorized on November 10, 2009 at 6:43 pm

Via e-mail

Dear All
As most of you know, recently one of my dear friends was martyred while resisting a mobile snatching attempt. The name of my friend was Abdul Ahad Hassan. Abdul Ahad was the brother of Farrukh Hassan, who also happens to be one of my dearest friends; I have known Farrukh for more than a decade now. The attached article has been written by Farrukh in response to the above mentioned incident. I wish to convey two things to you before you go on to read this article (‘cause I think you’d need to know):
1.             Farrukh’s Background: Farrukh is a Management Consultant and an instructor of MBA; he is also perusing his research for PhD with Karachi University
2.             I’m also choosing the same path as Farrukh because the righteous path has become evident to me
Kind regards
Mirza Faizan Baig



  1. Farrukh Hassan’s e-mail address is :

  2. I don’t know whether I should pay my condolence to Mr. Farrukh on losing a brother like Abdul Ahad or pay homage to him because the world today needs people like his brother. In a world where everyone only thinks about himself and for the immediate associations, a man if cries on the wounds of others in the society then it has to be considered as a blessing. And the existence of people like Mr. Farrukh, who took the right inspiration from the incident, is a sign of a social reform.

    It now all depends what wrong activities one identifies in the society and then what approach is followed to rectify the issues. These two things formulate an ideology. And then there is a war of ideologies. People struggling for the peace in the society destroy it themselves by fighting over the ideologies with other people. They forget that the fixing of the issue was a priority rather than the way one adapts to resolve it. Then not everyone identifies the root causes of the evils in the society. They normally visit the doctor again and again for the cure of the wounds in their feet instead of getting the nail out of their shoe. They normally try to fix the files infected by the virus instead of the virus itself. There may be cases where a thief was compelled to steal others because someone else had stolen something from him as well. Probably someone else had stolen his chappal from the mosque and he had to steal someone else’s to recover his lost.

    Theft is the only sin. I remember some lines from a novel and would like to share it here.

    “There is only one sin, only one. And that is theft. Every other sin is a variation of theft… When you kill a man, you steal a life. You steal his wife’s right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone’s right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness….”

    There are “thieves” everywhere in our society, some steal directly and some do not let you know what you handover to them from your life. Let’s identify those big fish, those gods in the society to understand the real meanings of “La-Ilaha-Ill-Allah” that there are no gods other than GOD and we do not surrender ourself to any other god other than GOD.


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