[kindle or PDF] یہ خاموشی کہاں تک ☆ Shahid Aziz


Review یہ خاموشی کہاں تک

یہ خاموشی کہاں تک

Res; torn apart by love transcending with time It is a book for the youth of this nation to learn from the mistakes I have made to see how life twists and moulds each one of us In this endeavour I have laid my life bare and exposed myself to all forms of criticism I di. Excellent book on the Army and political system of Pakistan He clearly exposes how the current democratic system cannot work in Pakistan This system which is made for the elite is rotten and cannot deliver results for the masses He also discusses how we need new solutions other than western solutions He also suggests Islam as a way forward as most of Pakistanis want This book also exposes Musharraf and his policies of how he sold the country to America and how American agencies are responsible for the bomb blasts in Pakistan His first hand experiences of the War on Terror make this book an eye opener HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Review Ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ñ Shahid Aziz

This book is not about Kargil and not about the military takeover Certainly the focus is not General Musharraf or even the Army It is a book about human experience of life; the story of a weak man stumbling through his life; pushed by his fears and dragged by his desi. This is a revolutionary book which has been written by an army officer with a lot of candid views of his career spread around forty years in the army and as the head of National Accountability Bureau after his retirement The author is also related to President Musharraf as Musharraf s son is married to Shahid Aziz s brother s daughter The first thing to strike me was the choice of language adopted to write his autobiography which is Urdu rather than the 999% other retired generals and civil servants who have chosen English as their medium The general has also laced his book around the revolutionary poetry of Faiz Ahmed Faiz which I suspect was one the the major reasons why Urdu has chosen This book gripped me right from the start as the real strength is the author s descriptions of his own life events starting from his college days right down to his resignation as the head of NAB were really well presented and absorbing I was impressed by the author s justifications for a majority of his decisions with the context well defined I also found none of the customary egoistical self glorification demonstrated by many generals and high ranked civil servant autobiographies which is very pleasing indeed but unfortunately the general looses the plot completely in blaming the Free Masons and elders of Zion as the main architects of the current world order If Israel was a master stroke of the Free Masons and Zionists than how did Pakistan come into being General sahib I am indebted to the general for restoring my pride into the great Pakistan army with his mention of a great number of unsung heroes and their wonderful tales of truth and bravery Indeed the Pakistan army has a great deal to feel proud of and the pivotal role played by the junior officers and soldiers on a daily basis has to be highlighted which this book has managed to portray very favourably The book can do with some serious editing as it is very repetitive with the romantic general long and hyperbolic paragraphs talking about a failed system over and over again The real material in the book is the depiction of army s culture steeped in obseuiousness and suaveness to a great degree I also did not agree with good general s suggestion for the formation of an elite group of Pakistan elders in order correct the failed system akin to the Elders of Zion maybe Instead the system will evolve with enough elections where people will eventually learn the power of their vote in my humble opinion There was also no point in trying to get behind Shariah which no one has any experience of for at least a thousand years This book together with Musharraf s In the line of fire make a great reading juxtaposing the a liberal western view with a conservative Islamic reformist view as I would not place the general as a fundamentalist I would highly recommend everyone to read this book instead of watching his interviews on YouTube Seramaan Kathali unfortunately the general looses the plot completely in blaming the Free Masons and elders of Zion as the main architects of the current world order If Israel was a master stroke of the Free Masons and Zionists than how did Pakistan come into being General sahib I am indebted to the general for restoring my pride into the great Pakistan army with his mention of a great number of Burung-Burung Manyar unsung heroes and their wonderful tales of truth and bravery Indeed the Pakistan army has a great deal to feel proud of and the pivotal role played by the junior officers and soldiers on a daily basis has to be highlighted which this book has managed to portray very favourably The book can do with some serious editing as it is very repetitive with the romantic general long and hyperbolic paragraphs talking about a failed system over and over again The real material in the book is the depiction of army s culture steeped in obseuiousness and suaveness to a great degree I also did not agree with good general s suggestion for the formation of an elite group of Pakistan elders in order correct the failed system akin to the Elders of Zion maybe Instead the system will evolve with enough elections where people will eventually learn the power of their vote in my humble opinion There was also no point in trying to get behind Shariah which no one has any experience of for at least a thousand years This book together with Musharraf s In the line of fire make a great reading juxtaposing the a liberal western view with a conservative Islamic reformist view as I would not place the general as a fundamentalist I would highly recommend everyone to read this book instead of watching his interviews on YouTube

Shahid Aziz Ñ 6 Review

D not expect any less And this is the least price I must pay for the suffering that some of my mistakes have caused to this nationAutobiography of Lt Gen retd Shahid Aziz a central character of the 1999 coup by Pakistan Army against the democratically elected governmen. A personal egoistic story of an idiot army general who conuered his own country with full prideAnother dark side is he proudly writes a book about his illegal adventureAnother darkest side is people read it and among best seller in pakistani bookshops and widely read in libraries

  • Hardcover
  • 463
  • یہ خاموشی کہاں تک
  • Shahid Aziz
  • Urdu
  • 22 August 2019
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10 thoughts on “یہ خاموشی کہاں تک

  1. says:

    (The title literally means,how long will the silence continue).Lt. General Shahid Aziz was once a close associate of General Musharraf.He playe

  2. says:

    This is a revolutionary book which has been written by an army officer with a lot of candid views of his career spread around forty years in the army and as the head of National Accountability Bureau after his retirement.

  3. says:

    If you ever need to teach your kids the meaning of self contradiction and hypocricy, a few pages of this book should be all you need.

  4. says:

    Of all the military biographies I have read, this one is the best by far, and I'm only saying that in context of language and verbosity; it's written in Urdu with a good nostalgic and gripping mix of Faiz's poetry. Shahid Aziz had a rather successful career in the army, had remained on several important positions; DG Mili

  5. says:

    Yeh Khamoshi Kahan TakA book leads towards inspiration, patriotism, truth, wisdom,behind the scene stories. Indeed it guid

  6. says:

    Excellent book on the Army and political system of Pakistan. He clearly exposes how the current democratic system cannot work in Pakistan. This system which is made for the elite is rotten and cannot deliver results for the masses. He also disc

  7. says:

    Shahid Aziz retired from the Pakistan army after a long and successful career, reaching the rank of Lieutenant General (3 star general) and serving as DG analysis wing of the ISI, DGMO (director general military operations), CGS (chief of general staff) and corps commander (commanding 4 corps in Lahore). After retirement, he served as chairm

  8. says:

    Interesting book for those who are fond of reading novels. I was expecting that it will expose the reality of the "Corrupt Army Personals" and will reveal some hidden facts of Kargil. But the writer seemly frightened of his pension and allowances. I am not doubting his love for the country, he made many sacrifices for our country but as per reader review, I am here to tell the truths.

  9. says:

    A personal egoistic story of an idiot army general who conquered his own country with full pride.Another dark si

  10. says:

    I am unable to download the book.

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