Here are some gems from Maria B.'s mouth:
On Why She Supports the lunatic Zaid Hamid (at 1:05):
"Because he doesn't stop you from anything!"
On Deciding Why She Won't Do Revealing Clothes Anymore (at 1:29):
"It's part of what my evolution is becoming [sic]."
On "Hate-Mongering" Critics of Zaid Hamid (at 2:19)
"He is a fakir, who teaches love"
(You can see some of that love on a previous post here btw)
On What 'Wake Up Pakistan' supremo Zaid Hamid's Ranting Is All About (at 2:52):
"This is a movement about tolerance, it's about love, about protectioning [sic] the minority."
Here's the sufi in his own words (do see the whole clip):
On How She Thinks Muslims Should Behave Towards Non-Muslims (at 6:32):
"Some people think that being religious and Islamic means ke you just going to... [treat non-Muslims with derision].. No! Those.. that Hindu can be a better person than you and higher in the scale of Allah [sic] than any one of those Muslims going around beating people up. So ye bilkul bhi mujhe koi na kahe (don't anyone say this to me).. just because you are Muslims you think you are superior, nobody is."
Aah, noble thoughts indeed. But then what do we make of this bit of humility from your mentor, wherein he claims 50 crore Indian Hindus are just itching to convert to Islam and that the next time Pakistan goes to war with India, Indian Hindus should be prepared to be massacred ("This time we will take no prisoners")?:
On How 'Wake Up Pakistan' Movement Is All About Diversity and Tolerance (at 7:45):
"Hum jab meeting kar rahe hotay hain, aik larki baithi hoti hai hijab mein, aik niqab mein, aik main baithi hoti hoon, aik Feeha Jamshed baithi hoti hai.. (When we have our meetings, there is one girl sitting in hijab, one in a niqab, I am sitting there and [TeeJays' designer] Feeha Jamshed is sitting there)... and we respect each other."
Like duh. So it is all about fashion statements, isn't it? By the way, what, no Ali Azmat at the meetings?
I don't know about you but I want to set up the "Wake Up Maria" movement.