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At the moment we have a ruling class that has one law and the people the other.
When I came into politics I always thought there was a possibility I would be killed.
Just give it everything you've got and bowl as fast as possible.
In most of Pakistan it is a feudal country. People are very scared and oppressed by authority. But when you move to these wilder areas, they are not so easily suppressed.
I am basically a private person.
You don't kill your way to peace.
There can only be democracy when money is not allowed to be spent in Politics.
I have fruit trees. Cows for fresh milk, yoghurt. My own wheat. I'm basically self-sufficient.
Because I'm anti-war, I've been called pro-Taliban.
These so-called extremists in Pakistan should be brought into the mainstream; if you marginalize them, you radicalize them.
I feel an independent accountability commission should audit all government services.
In fact the experience at Oxford has really helped me later in life.
I wanted to be an outstanding player, that was my ambition.
The Westoxified Pakistanis have been selling their souls and killing their own people for a few million dollars.
What most people didn't realize in the Western countries is that here its not a question of having supporters, its a question of getting these votes to the polling stations.
And when the pressure was on us, the team handled it very well. One has to learn to play well under pressure.
But ultimately it comes down to how the team performs on the day.
The future of Indo-Pak cricket will depend on how the peace process goes.
They do not understand Islam, and I think that is one area where perhaps I hope one day I will play a role in actually making people understand what we perceive Islam to be.
I don't know about whether I thought I would make it this big.
People didn't wasn't the People's party to come in to power again, so they saw NS a viable alternative not us, because everyone knew we were not ready.
If one area I felt it was a tough election was I couldn't see my young son and I couldn't see my wife a lot, but apart from that for her also it was an experience.
Cross-cultural marriage is difficult, especially when one person has to live in another country. But I thought there was a very good chance of it working because people grow together if they have a common passion.
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