The comment starts in this frank way: “Habib, take it from me, you are now the laughingstock of the journalistic community. you don’t need justice, you need medication. it's funny how no one even knew who you were before you started this outrageous series of claims. even in your blog your writing style is so poor that I doubt you could ever get a publisher, even if they wanted to print your material as comedy.”
Someone pointed out that it should not be published but majority of the group agreed to publish it. Stopping it would have been against the principle stand of the group: freedom of thought and expression. Now, let's analyze the text and make some points clear.
>> Habib, take it from me,
** Anonymous, Habib R. Sulemani may not! He has told this moderator that he’s ready to face the accused anywhere, in a court of law or on the mass media.
>> you are now the laughingstock of the journalistic community.
** Only Zaffar Abbas and other accused can play this outdated trick—the inside news of the editorship of Dawn is now public although it’s still not in the “cartel-media” of Pakistan—allegedly controlled by the almighty Abbas Brothers. Newsroom and press club gossips about the Freemason-like gang and its "clandestine intelligence operations" suggest something else! Don't you know?
>> you don’t need justice,
** This is what every criminal wishes after committing crimes. We can understand your frustration, honey!
>> You need medication.
** This is Zaffar Abbas, Farman Ali and Adeel Raza's traditional trick, we’ve learnt reliably. Sources say, ISI's psychological warfare cell's head Dr Najma Najam had used this trick in many places including on the Indian soldiers in Kashmir and Nato forces in Afghanistan, and now it was being used against innocent Pakistanis to hide their crimes...
>> its funny how no one even knew who you were before
** Not the entire world or people all over Pakistan, but a lot of people knew Mr. Sulemani as an upright journalist and committed poet/writer. He had edited a book on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Pakistan, and another on the 2000-year history of Gilgit-Baltistan. Moreever, he had written to the Editor Dawn on April 8, 2010: “No one dares to reveal the inside story (at Dawn) although it is an open secret!” He dared and therefore has earned the silent respect of the terrorized country more than the influential accused. Who can stand in the face of oppression and tyranny like Mr. Sulemani and his helpless family in today’s militarized and Talibanized Pakistan? In a message a senior journalist, requesting not to be named, has declared him “the conscience of Pakistan”.
>> you started this outrageous series of claims.
** Any person who seeks the help of a court certainly has enough evidences—he has solid evidences of the crimes of the accused, he has said in his blogs many time.
>> even in your blog your writing style is so poor
** He has never ever claimed that he is a great writer. “A writer should be an intellectual layman,” he once said in his typical funny way. Yes, a blog is usually not supposed to be a piece of literature but a way of mass communication. In other words, blogs are literature-in-haste not literature! Do you understand our press-release-reporter turned editor!
>> that I doubt you could ever get a publisher,
** Mr. Sulemani has so far never contacted any publisher. He has never ever tried to become a published author. “I’ve been writing for almost three decades,” he once said, “I’m writing since my primary school days, and have nothing but boxes of manuscripts. I write for self-catharsis not for making money.”
>> even if they wanted to print your material as comedy.
** Let’s see what happens. Man proposes but God disposes!