I suppose when you compare her with military dictators and Nawaz she does suddenly look a lot better. An untimely and violent death always provokes sympathy, but apart from that, Benazir was the epitome of corrupt and inapt politicians of this country. She married the most corrupt person that she could find in Pakistan. She met her demise for the same reasons that her father died!
But she was nothing compared to the Sharifs.
They can give lessons in corruption to Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe. Or to any one else. It was hunger of power that brought Benazir to Pakistan. She was among those who pushed back Pakistan through corruption, nepotism, maladministration and mismanagement.
She contributed in suffering and misery of people of Pakistan. In when I had started Kindergarten. It was inspiring for me even at age of 4. It is not for dead politicians, if you know writing good things about one of the biggest party of Pakistan can give you benefit in different ways.
More beneficial if it is in bad state Recommend. At age of 4 you could read!!
A newspaper to boot!! What else could you do at age 4?? Do remember,…at age of 4 children are just learning their A.. I am making a point about my earliest memories about Benazir to what she did practically.
Reading a news paper at early age is not something very very extra ordinary. I have seen and met a lot of smarter people. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, redistributed or derived from.
Letter to Benazir Bhutto. I was just four-years-old when my father took me to see you. And so tremendously excited was I that I brought along my. It is everyone's responsibility, not just the PPP's, to make sure that we do justice to your legacy and mission. PHOTO: REUTERS. Bibi.
The book is devoted to the life and work of Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto — , the first female head of a Muslim state. In the late twentieth century, women leaders came to power in a number of states with predominant Muslim populations Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Turkey.
This destroyed the gender stereotype of traditional Muslim society and promoted its modernization and democratization. A Multidimensional Portrait , makes an all-round study of this phenomenon of international politics, which has deep historical and cultural roots. She has been recognized the world over as a fearless fighter against dictatorship and extremism and a staunch supporter of peaceful dialogue between Islam and the West.
The charismatic personality and tragic fate of Benazir Bhutto, who was assassinated in while campaigning for General Elections, are narrated against the backdrop of the story of the powerful political Bhutto family to which Benazir belonged, and contemporary political and social life in Pakistan. The narrative is written in close conjunction with the lives of other well-known South Asian politicians. The book is based on Bhutto's own books, articles, and speeches—and on the author's interviews with her close friends and colleagues.