Visit a factory where “KAFIRS” (infidels) are Produced, Must Watch Video

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Chief Editor’s comments:

Thank you dear Muhammad Hanif for your courage and excellent presentation.
If you need to establish personal security, I would like to make financial contribution to a fund or trust for that.

Thanks again!

Mohammed Hanif

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For the Afghan Taliban spokesman, see Muhammad Hanif.

Mohammed Hanif (born November 1964 in Okara, Pakistan) is a Pakistani writer and journalist.



He was born in Okara. He graduated from Pakistan Air Force Academy as a pilot officer, but subsequently left to pursue a career in journalism.[1] He initially worked for Newsline and wrote for The Washington Post and India Today. He is a graduate of the University of East Anglia.[2] In 1996, he moved to London to work for the BBC. Later, he became the head of the BBC’s Urdu service in London.[3] He moved back to Pakistan in 2008.[4]


His first novel A Case of Exploding Mangoes (2008) was shortlisted for the 2008 Guardian First Book Award[5] and longlisted for the 2008 Man Booker Prize[6]. It won the 2009 Commonwealth Book Prize in the Best First Book category[7] and the 2008 Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize[8].

Hanif has also written for the stage and screen, including a feature film, The Long Night (2002)[9], a BBC radio play, What Now, Now That We Are Dead?, and the stage play The Dictator’s Wife (2008)[10]. His second novel, Our Lady of Alice Bhatti, was published in 2011[11].

Hanif’s style has often been compared with that of author Salman Rushdie. But Hanif disagrees. Even though he says that he enjoys reading Rushdie’s books, he would not want to suffer the same fate as Rushdie did. [12]



  • The Long Night (Script) (2002)



  • What Now, Now That We Are Dead? (radio play)
  • The Dictator’s Wife (2008)


  1. ^ “Author Spotlight: Mohammed Hanif “, Random House
  2. ^ “Mohammed Hanif”. Random House.
  3. ^ “Mohammed Hanif”. Random House.
  4. ^ “Mohammed Hanif on his homecoming to Pakistan”. London: The Guardian. 2009-08-07. Retrieved 2010-05-13.
  5. ^ Higgins, Charlotte (31 October 2008). “Five of the best in line for the Guardian first book award”. London: The Guardian. Retrieved 2009-03-15.
  6. ^ Prize Archive 2008, [1], The Man Booker Prize website. Retrieved 2012-02-05.
  7. ^ 2009 Winners, [2], The Commonwealth Foundation Website. Retrieved 2012-02-05.
  8. ^ ‘The Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize 2008 – The Winner’, [3], Remembering Shakti Bhatt webpage [4], 27 January 2009. Retrieved 2012-02-05
  9. ^ ‘Digital film tells of divided Pakistan’, [5]. BBC News website. Retrieved 2012-02-05.
  10. ^ ‘Recent Wave Activity: The Dictator’s Wife’, [6], The Wave Theatre Website. Retrieved 2012-02-05.
  11. ^ Yassin-Kassab, Robin (7 October 2007), ‘Our Lady of Alice Bhatti by Mohammed Hanif – review’, [7]. London: The Guardian. Retrieved 2012-02-05.
  12. ^ [8] rediffnews Retrieved 2012-07-26.

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  1. I am sure, ke ab in per bhi kaafir ka stempel lag jaygah…This factory is the fastest in the world, aur sirf yehi aik cheez hai jisme yahan din raat taraqi ho rahi hai…

  2. Salutes to brave Hanif thought in these dark ages of Pakistan. With this thought intellectuals may help decision makers educating the uneducated Pakistanis to minimize the product of Kafir/infidel making factory to bring back peace in Pakistan.

  3. May Allah Save Him,Because Vary Dangerous Spessh He has Been Talking About True.Who is Talking About True In Pakistan He Will Die.Pakistan Mullah Never Want To Talk About True.Some of Politician Also With Him.Now Time To Come Every Pakistani Talk To True Just Like Muhammad Hanif Talk The True Situation.True Is Real Successful Power.True is Real Peace Of Mind.This is Very Serious Thing.Every Person Know What is True.But They Con’t Talk Openly.If True Is Die,Every Thing is Die.May Allah Save All Pakistani People,May ALLAH Save Who Can Talk True.

  4. Real example for Pakistani journalists and writers, especially who Know them so-called champions of truth in Pakistani journal ism. May Allah protect brother Haneef from owners of KAFAR making factories.

  5. Who is a Muslim? One who says he is Muslim (and may or may not behave like a Muslim). No human or a group or any Government has any right or authority to decide about any person whether he is a muslim or not! No one shall live for ever except Allah and only He knows what is in your heart. Day of judgement is fixed by Allah after your death!

  6. It seems , I wish I should be proved wrong, no ray of hope is now able to produce any light in the present darkness of Pakistan. Again I wish my this fear is proven wrong.

    wherever he is whoever he is May Allah protect him. I salute him from the depth of my heart for his courage and honesty. May Allah protect him.Amen
    May the mothers rear such honest and courageous and honest youth everywhere.

  7. kanmal hay pakistan main rehatay hooway aisa emandarana izharay-e-kheyal.?
    mery dua hay keh hanif sahib ko allah ki hifazat ho aameen sum aameen

  8. بسم اللہ الرحمن الرحیم
    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
    احمدیوں کے ساتھ امتیازی سلوک کوئی ڈھکی چھپی بات نہیں اور ہر منصفانہ نظر پر روزِروشن کی طرح عیاں ہے جس طرح محمد حنیف صاحب نے جو ایک صحافی ہیں بڑے دکھ اور درد کے ساتھ اپنے دل کی آواز کا بغیر جھجک اور دلیرانہ انداز میں اظہار کیا ہے سینکڑوں ہمدردئ خلق اور انسانیت کا جذبہ رکھنے والوں کی یہی آواز ہو گی جو مکرم محمد حنیف صاحب کے دل سے نکلی ہے اللہ تعالٰی انہیں جزائے خیر عطا کرے اور صحیح معنوں میں صحافت کا حق ادا کرنے کی توفیق عطا کرے آمین- حنیفہ عندلیب

  9. can someone tell the name of the video,youtube is blocked in pakistan so it is not opening.iam unblocking it with unblockproxy. jazakallah

  10. For how long truth would hidden. Millions of sunni muslims worldwide share his views, but unfortunately they are afraid to voice out openly. I have met loads of them and they support our brothers and sisters but yet they are afraid of their mullahs. A familly once told me that in Europe I use to pray in Ahmadi mosques, there is no problem at all. But in Mauritius, If I talk to an ahmadi I am considered a kafir.

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