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The good God works in mysterious ways. Sometimes it seems odd that those who steal and plunder have the best things in life. It seems that they are being favoured by God, and nothing stops them from continuing their looting. Smugglers and those who sell stolen and smuggled goods, for instance, think there's nothing wrong in what they do, but ultimately their actions greatly damage the country. And as long as there are people who prefer to buy stolen or smuggled goods, there will always be thieves and smugglers. But then, the wheels of God grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly fine. Thirty "honourable" men who sell stolen cell phones in Karachi's cell phone market got the shock of their lives yesterday when they arrived to find their shops had been broken into and all their telephones stolen. These are the same people, mind you, who burnt a government vehicle when they were asked to declare how many of their phones were bought from thieves and who were the sellers. They also do not pay any tax to the government, claiming they don't earn much. Now they say their losses run into billions. Being fervent fundamentalists, they probably don't believe in insurance. Serves them right. But will they learn anything from this incident? I doubt it.

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