Justice Khawaja Sharif Archive

Convicted teacher of terror training acquitted by whom? Justice Khwaja Sharif: When in times of despair, turn to your biggest ally. That is what religious extremists are doing. Who else to turn to? Our azad adliya and if you have the likes of Justice Khwaja Sharif listening to your case,
Mullah Omar won, Khawja Sharif lost – by Imran Waseem: Lahore High Court in an amazing decision yesterday ordered to ban what is called internet these days, citing the presence of sacrilegious material on websites. As long as specific sites containing sacrilegious material are banned, the decision would be
Justice Khawaja Sharif of LHC repays his debt to Sharifs: Hal jaza al ihsan illal ihsan (“Is the reward of goodness anything other than goodness?”) True to highest standards of Islamic ideals, Justice Khawaja Sharif of the Lahore High Court today ensured to repay the goodness done to him
O God, protect my country : By Khalid Wasti اللہ میرے ملک کی خیر: =============== اللہ میرے ملک کی خیر =============== وطن ِ عزیز میں کیا کچھ ہوا : قائد ِاعظم کی پر امن سیکولر سٹیٹ کو انتہا پسندوں، مذہبی جنونیوں اور متشدد گروہوں کا یرغمال بنا دیا گیا – تصور ِ پاکستان
Will it be Judicial Dictatorship in Pakistan? by Amjad Rashid: It is very difficult to build something but it is very easy to destruct it. In our Islamic history, we find that the age of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) was 40 when he started spreading Islam. He was teased
Justice Khawaja Sharif ka safarnama – by Khaled Ahmed: A lawyer’s ‘safarnama’ A Lahore lawyer Khwaja Muhammad Sharif travelled to the Philippines and the UK in 1995 and carefully recorded his observations during the tour. His jottings became the book that appeared titled Shakh-e-Nazuk kay Ashiyanay (Nests built
Justice Khwaja Sharif at it again! – by Ahmed Iqbalabadi: One can now be certain for the reasons why CJP, Mr.  Iftikhar Ahmed Chaudhry, insisted on having Justice Khwaja Sharif to continue as Chief Justice of Lahore High Court and have Justice Saqib Nisar supersede him to be promoted
Scoundrel as justice: When a chief justice provokes people to violence Lahore High Court’s Chief Justice has been provoking the lawyer community to take vigilante actions against Pakistan’s People’s Party (PPP) so that the democratically elected government is either sacked and the
Some excerpts from Justice Khawaja Sharif’s books – by Kamran Shahid: Kamran Shahid quotes some excerpts from Justice Khwaja Muhammad Sharif’s books in which he expresses his relationship with and gratitude to Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif. Source: Express 8 May 2010
How Pakistan’s judicial system promotes the Shia holocuast: Picture Source: Attack on a Shia funeral in D.I. Khan Yesterday, the LUBP posted an article about Malik Ishaq, a most dangerous terrorist of Sipah-e-Sahaba, who is about to be released by Shahbaz Sharif’s government. Previously we have pointed
Injustice in the case of Kalim Khan (Senior Civil Judge, Multan) – by Farhad Jarral: The ‘promotion row’ has triggered a second resignation from the subordinate courts in Punjab; this time in Multan, as a senior civil judge Muhammad Kalim Khan resigned here on Wednesday. This resignation also sparked a serious judicial crisis in
Another deal – by Faizi Mughal: Mixing politics with judiciary is a murky but profitable business in Pakistan. In the name of rule of law and dispensation of justice, this business is flourishing by leaps and bounds. One important and advantageous aspect of this business
Justice Khawaja Sharif speaks once again, this time against Hindus – by Abdul Nishapuri: Chief Justice of Lahore High Court, Justice Khawaja Sharif, has spoken once again, with the hate speech and prejudice which are his usual characteristics. Justice Sharif is notorious for his unflinching support for PML-N and Taliban and for his hostility
Two sectarian terrorists freed by Punjab government – by Rauf Klasra: The controversial Chief Justice of Lahore High Court, Khawaja Muhammad Sharif, who is notorious for his pro-Taliban tendencies, has facilitated the release of two convicted terrorists of Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) at the request of Chief Minister of Punjab Mian
Hijacking Democracy – by Anas Muhammad: Today we live in an increasingly dangerous world, which is filled with people who have their ulterior motives and willingness to harm others to benefit themselves. Our world is filled with criminals, gangsters, murderers, and terrorists. The people who
Why is Governor Salman Taseer blocking appointment of new judges in Lahore High Court?: Apparently, a very valid question, and according to Justice (retired) Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim, the real bone of contention. Thus, there are valid reasons for us to scratch this issue a bit further. If one is to believe Senior Adviser
The Rightist Judicio-Politico Mafia – by Anas Muhammad:   Saturday February 13 – The Chief Justice of Pakistan defied Presidential orders through a suo moto action against the Presidential notification for appointment of certain judges. Chief Justice, in a rare nightly emergency session, formed a three members
Unprecedented in legal history: Punjabi judges boycott their own courts: By Omar Khattab in Islambad Yesterday (15 February 2010) all the judges of the Lahore High Court boycotted their own courts in condemnation of President Zardari’s assertion of his legal right of appointing Saqib Nisar as the Chief Justice
Pakistan’s Supreme Court declares war on the democratic government – by Abdul Nishapuri: In a (not so) surprise move, top judicial bureaucrats sitting in Pakistan’s Supreme Court and Lahore High Court have declared war against a fragile democracy in Pakistan. The (right-wing) establishment has taken its dagger out for a final attack
Chief Justice Hamid Mir’s verdict in favour of Justice Khawaja Sharif – by Abdul Nishapuri: Following in the footsteps of Dr Shahid Masood, a fellow member of the Pakistani Taliban Union of Journalists, Hamid Mir too has assumed the position of the Chief Justice of Pakistan. Here is Hamid Mir’s latest, summary verdict on
Elections in Quetta and Baltistan, Some Questions for the LHC – by Humza Ikram: In last 48 hours two general elections were held, First one took place in Gilgit -Balistan and the other one took place in Quetta. Although official election resulta are not announced yet, unconfirmed reports suggest that in both places PPP candidates
Ali Ahmed Kurd’s description of the likes of Iftikhar Chaudhry & Khawaja Sharif: Analysis by Abdul Nishapuri – from another thread: In Hamid Mir’s talkshow, Capital Talk, on 22 December 2009, Ali Ahmad Kurd expressed three key reservations about the current Supreme Court and the Chief Justice of Pakistan: 1. CJP and
Chief Justice of Punjabi Taliban Khawaja Muhammad Sharif of Lahore High Court blocks deportation of terror suspects to the USA: Chief Just of Lahore High Court Khawaja Muhammad Sharif, an ex-employee and loyalist of Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif of PML-N, and a secret member of Jamaat-e-Islami and Hizbut-Tahrir, has once again shown his true colours. Not unlike certain other
Justice Khawaja Sharif, stop playing this dangerous game – by Omar Khattab: Yesterday Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry’s escort cars met with an accident. Nothing happened to the car in which Justice Iftikhar was travelling. However, within minutes the rumor-bazaar came alive with the right-wing Urdu anchors and reporters insinuating who might
Rhetoric of constitution and the dubious role of the Lahore High Court – by Farhad Jarral: President Asif Ali Zardari’s address today (25 November 2009) to the party workers brought a new debate on electronic media. This new debate is part of the smear campaign against Asif Ali Zardari which was started since PPP came