“Mr. Edhi said he believed in humanity and was wary of of people who used religion for their vested interests.”
“He also worried that social progress had not matched the world’s material and technological advances”. “People have become educated,” Mr. Edhi said, “but have yet to become human.”
The aforementioned portion of the New York Times obituary, best personifies Abdul Sattar Edhi of Pakistan, one of the greatest Icon of our times and his masterful message to this universe that amid all the terror and tyranny, bloodshed and destruction, there are souls like him, who fade away, but not before leaving a mark of magnanimity and magnificence. Mr. Edhi’s legacy will always dangle as a powerful dagger in front of the filthy faces of Wahhabi and Salafi Cannibals.
Agha Shaukat Jafri
Abdul Sattar Edhi, Pakistan’s ‘Father Teresa,’ Dies at 88