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August 14th, 2011

Chief Justice of Pakistan Dr Naseem Hassan Shah

Submitted by Rashid Jahangiri.


Justice Naseem Hassan Shah was among Pakistan Supreme Court judges who upheld death penalty of former Pakistan’s Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in 1979.

In his autobiography in Urdu ‘Kuch Yadain Aur Kuch Tasurat’ (Some Memories and Some Comments) has written some things that I want to share with readers. Hopefully anti-HMGA people will pay some attention:

He was born April 15, 1929.
On page 14 he writes:

My admission to Cathedral School, [Lahore] was helped by my Christian auntie Afroza, who had married my uncle (mamoon). My uncle use to teach at F.C. College [Lahore] and he had converted to Christianity AFTER his marriage to auntie Afroza.

On page 156 he writes:
It is fact that many Anglo-Saxon laws are in sync with Human Rights Principles in Islam.

On page 162 he writes:
A person who recites Kalima-Shahada is a Muslim, regardless whether he follows Islam in his life or not.

On page 271 he writes about ‘Anjuman-Himayat-Islam’:

Anjuman started its activities in 1884, when five honorable leaders gathered in Lahore to form an organization that can fight against Christian Missionaries and Arya Samaajies attacks on Islam. …..
In the beginning organization founders’ efforts did not get much praise. So much that first president of organization wrote: To make our movement more effective we invited different people for discussion. We accept that in the beginning our efforts did not succeed. People did not welcome it. It won’t be wrong to say that people were least interested. We had to listen painful comments of some invitees. Our objectives were made fun of. One critic said situation is irreversible.

2 Responses to “Chief Justice of Pakistan Dr Naseem Hassan Shah”

  1. August 14th, 2011 at 8:28 am
    From Zahid Aziz:

    So his uncle was a murtadd (apostate) from Islam. If that case came before Justice Naseem Shah in “Islamic” Pakistan, he would have to sentence his uncle to death!


  2. Justice Nasim Hasan Shah older brother Mr. MH Shah commissioner (Retired) was confidant and general manager of Mian Farooq Sahib – a stalwart of Lahore Ahmadiyya Jammat- just a collateral information


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