Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Missing in Pakistan - Documentary

The following is an extremely touching film about the Missing People at the heart of the controversies that led to the Chief Justice's initial dismissal. It was set to be released on Nov 21st in a viewing at FAST-NU Lahore but the authorities clamped down on this and prevented the viewing. Since then, it has moved on to the digital world, originally uploaded at [The Critique Aggregator ] while simultaneously uploaded on the Missing in Pakistan blog. Watch the video and spread the word, if you want to download a full screen version then download from RapidShare 103MB.

3 comments:

nazia said...

It is obvious that after seeing this movie, the producer or designers of this documentry will be labelled as terrorists by intelligence agencies.Mussarf and his team is forgetting that they too have love ones.They are challenging God's absolute power by using their power which was bestowed to them.Mussarf is a typical backward brutal dictator who after facing defeat on battle grounds now lost even in winning the hearts of his countrymen.He is treating them as his war enemies.Lets pray to Allah to start His Justice that is no doubt irreversible and exemplary.

SAJID said...

I have hust see the movie know and thinking that these stories are captured by camera but imagine how much torchered are done behind the camera.

Being a layman when I saw the history of Pakistani Dictators like Ayub Khan, Zia ul Haq etc,all of them get a incrediable death. Did Mushraf also think about this?

люстры said...

Thank you! nice post! Author the best!