"The power of Shahid’s cartoons are acute. Take a close look if you dare. Instead of euphemisms, find direct statements; instead of evasion, find candor. The skill of illustration is matched by the acuity of vision..."
Norman SolomonREAD MORE
Oct 5, 04:09 PM
Pakistan's flag was designed by Syed Amir-ud-Din Kedwai. Adopted on August 11, 1947 it is also commonly known as Parcham-e-Sitara aur Hilal (meaning The Flag of the Crescent and Star).
The flag has a dark green field (representing the country's Muslim majority) with a vertical white stripe on the left side (representing the vanishing non-Muslim minorities). In the center, the cresecent represents the Mullah's bombastic, militaristic urges while the white atom represent a neutron striking the nucleaus of an atom of the isotopes uranium 235.