Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2012

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby CRamS » 21 Sep 2012 06:24

SSridhar wrote:India is going full steam ahead with trade liberalization for which, it claims, visa liberalization is a prerequisite and has gone ahead with that too.

Indian newspapers, analysts and WKKs continue to refer to Pakistan having having bestowed MFN status on India. In BRf, we have been realistic and challenged such notions based on the duplicitous nature of Pakistanis and their policies, especially towards India.



SSji, you are right, but the response to this from WKKs would be that there have been no pigLeT attacks. In other words, implicit understanding with TSP is that India make concessions like what you point out above, and TSP holds back its pigLeTs. Of course, its a climb down of sorts for TSP, and here again WKKs will claim "victory" in that for a long time TSP insisted that only "core issue" is on the table to talk about, rest are "irritants" as Mush rat would taunt India. But now its aman ki tamash with "core issue" being one of the issues. So moothra kumar type RNIs ad WKKs will say TSP has accepted India's argument and so why insist on 26/11, after all, we have been killing each other? (Made you throw up, my apologies). Either way, India is trading no pigLeT attacks from TSP with concessions from our side. At what point TSP demands that "core issue" is front and center remains to be seen.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Mihaylo » 21 Sep 2012 07:05

Jhujar wrote:
Mahendra wrote:Uh oh! I notice XXX formed by the flying Korans causing immense nose bleed and finally painful death by brain hemorrhage. I also note that a woman without veil talking about how the koran is 'pak'. Hakimullah Shivullah tomorrow is Fridin, IED mubarak in advance to you. I'm sure the score wont be less than 20


Mahaendria,Submit and doubt not .No other Kitab can fly. Here listen , not only Kitab but Poaqaysha too fly without wings.
Sadaf Iqbal/ Pankh hote to ud aati re



Ahem..basing my estimation on just visual evidence, she will need some massive 'pankhs' to generate the right thrust to weight ratio so as to lift those thunder thighs. Sigh..if only pigs could fly....

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Prem » 21 Sep 2012 08:38

Miyhalo,< PIndlion KA Gooda will be eaten out to lighten the burden of Motorma.

Mobile phone services suspended in 14 cities

Why Number Chodhah only

: The government on Friday decided to block all mobile phone services in 14 cities including Karachi, Lahore, Murree , Multan, Khanewal and Chakwal to avoid any untoward incident as the nation oberves Yaum-i-Ishq-i-Rasool(SAWW), DawnNews reported.The decision had been keeping in view the security risks associated with the various rallies expected to be taken out out religious and political parties.Services were expected to resume at 6:00 pm today.In related news, all avenues leading to diplomatic consulates were sealed in major cities.The Red-zone area in Karachi and the US consulate area was totally sealed off.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Anujan » 21 Sep 2012 08:46

Canonical green on blue in Pakistan during the video protests.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Gus » 21 Sep 2012 08:52

^ well that lathi looks pitifully thin..

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Prem » 21 Sep 2012 08:54

What began with Zia

The writer is a former Ambassador Car Honk

It was reassuring to see a group of local Christians standing beside some very Islamic-looking protestors outside the Karachi Press Club. Whoever planned that demonstration deserves credit for his political savvy and for putting on a much- needed display of unity between Pakistani Christians and Muslims. The presence of members of the Hindu community among the placard-wielding demonstrators was another good sign because, if nothing else, it showed there are still enough Hindus around to participate in city activities. The sole Hindu girl amongst them seemed happy expressing solidarity with the majority community for the hurt caused to them by the hateful video.
Speaking of “majorities” and “minorities,” as Shias are no longer considered Muslims by some, nor the Barelvis by others, the “minorities” will soon find themselves in a majority, the only “true” Muslims left being the Taliban. Tremble, dear reader, for the fate of this country.
As more reptilian creatures that live in the crevices of American society emerge to vilify Islam and the Prophet (PBUH), they can count on being protected under the rubric of “freedom of speech”; even though no one either here or there is fool enough to believe it.


http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-9 ... n-with-Zia

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby RCase » 21 Sep 2012 08:58

Khanate welcome for the Green Passports

Gentlemen … (looking around) Ok, I see there are couple of girls too, so let me start over. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Washington Dulles Airport for your orientation to the career you have chosen – protecting America from the hordes of America-haters who show up on our ports and borders pretending to be visitors, students, businessmen or some such eye wash, with the express intentions of harming Americans and our way of life.

My name is James Jolly, and no you cannot call me JJ. I work with Department of Homeland Security, and I take my job very seriously. I expect you to take yours just as seriously if not more, because we are the first line of defense between the evil aliens and the good Americans. I’ll be showing you how to recognise and catch these rascals, and how to deal with them … all through this one-way glass wall that opens directly into the arrivals hall.

Now, as you can see passengers are streaming in and queuing up at the immigration desks. We never rush through this process because this is where the suspects are at their most vulnerable. They think we are asking them stupid questions. Little do they know that we want them to think we are stupid so that they let their guards down and … Baam! We pounce on them when they least expect it. Here, I am going to turn this speaker on so you can hear this conversation one of our officers is about to have with the two brownies in queue number 6.

I must make it clear that everything that happens here should happen according to the book. I don’t bring my likes and dislikes, my prejudices, nothing, when I am doing the job of protecting Americans. There are rules to be followed and procedures to stick with. One of them is random investigation. We pick a passenger, or group of passengers, totally at random, and go through with them – according to the book – as if we were dealing with suspects. :mrgreen: Today, I have picked this pair of brownies for your education.

If you’ve been to a fancy university you may consider this word ‘brownie’ a racial insult or something, but I want to tell you … I … don’t … care. I am a decent fellow, I believe in freedom, equality and all that crap, but I also happen to be a proud American and a hardcore professional. My professional instinct tells me the brown race is more evil than the Nazis. Who was bin Laden? Right, he wasn’t a Nazi, or a member of the Ku Klux Klan. And where was he holed up like a rat? That’s right, in Pakistan, the country infested with the worst kind of brownies. So, if you want be politically correct, go back to your universities and ask them to give you a politically correct job. I can only offer you frequent run-ins with the scum of the earth. Now let’s hear what these Pakis are up to?

Officer: You are a US citizen?
Man: Yes, yes
Officer: This young man with you?
Man: Yes, yes, he’s my nephew. Coming first time.
Officer: And you are traveling on a Pakistani passport, with a US visa issued in Pakistan?
Man: Yes, yes, we get visa after one year …
Officer: Sir I did not ask you. Let the young man answer for himself.
Man: Ok, ok, but my nephew very shy. Speaks little little English …
(James Jolly in his microphone: Give him a C, officer)

Get this ladies and gentlemen: If a passport has a code C sticker on it, the owner of that passport, and the entire party, is going for a detailed interview that will be conducted in the next room by a senior officer like me. For your education we’ll have it right here on this screen. The adult passenger has been asked to wait outside while the officer questions the young man.

Officer: How old are you?
Boy: 18, sir.
Officer: What relationship do you have with the gentleman sitting out?
Boy: He’s my uncle sir, brother of my father.
Officer: Is he also your trainer?
Boy: Uh … actually … I mean he sometimes teaches me chemistry.
Officer: Chemistry … that’s interesting. And how long have you been in training?
Boy: 12 years, sir … I mean two years, sir … I mean after high school, sir.
Officer: And have you learnt all about chemicals, and their properties, and how to mix’em to make firecrackers? You know firecrackers? Boom baam bang?
Boy: (Looks puzzled, smiles an embarrassed smile) uh, actually … you know … I mean …
Officer: You don’t have to answer in a hurry son. You’ll get plenty of time in Gitmo. Is orange your favorite color? :lol: Ah … just kidding. Tell me, what do you think of Americans?
Boy: I don’t know … I mean good people, sir. I don’t know any American, sir
Officer: Well, your uncle is American, isn’t he? Anyway, have you seen any American films?
Boy: (Going red in the ears) yy …yes sir, only one or two.
Officer: Do you remember any names?
Boy: (Sheepishly) No titles, sir. And no story also.
Officer: (Cutting him off) You can sit there and wait. I’ll be back momentarily.

Okey dokey. You heard the boy. What do you think? Is he a normal ***** teen or is he the young apprentice sent to blow up something bigger than him? :roll: Like a building? Let’s see your hands. Hmmm, so all of you think he’s innocent. That is why my dear ladies and gentlemen you have been sent to me. So I can give you the eye, sort of like an inner eye, intuition if you will, to judge everyone who isn’t white … er and black.

Here’s what we are going to do with these two. We’ll interview the old man and if we are satisfied we’ll let them go through customs. In fact they’ll breeze through customs because we have already instructed the staff at Heathrow, where they stopped over, to offload their luggage and go through it meticulously with the help of dogs and machines. Which means that the luggage will get here by tomorrow when we’ll break locks if we have to and check every article inside. So if the old man’s interview goes fine we’ll let them go … to Canada, their final destination. Yes, they are only transiting through Washington Dulles. But like I told you, we at Homeland Security take our jobs very seriously because 300 million Americans trust us to protect them.

What about the luggage? It’ll get to them in Canada in two days time. And let me assure you the two passengers will do just fine without their stuff. These Pakis are used to walking barefoot, going without a shower and change of clothes, and crapping in holes in the ground. I’m only stating plain facts that may sound like prejudiced views to you.

Awl I’m saying is it doesn’t’ take nuclear science to know these people are not like us :rotfl: . And yet, to be fair, we’ll leave a printed leaflet in their luggage informing them of the actions we have taken and explaining to them that the inconvenience caused to them is a small price to pay for the larger goal of protecting Americans.

Any more questions?


It is Fridin. Time for some entertainment from the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Major Echndee blow!

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Anujan » 21 Sep 2012 09:13

You left out the picture :mrgreen:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby SSridhar » 21 Sep 2012 09:23

CRamS wrote:
SSridhar wrote:India is going full steam ahead with trade liberalization for which, it claims, visa liberalization is a prerequisite and has gone ahead with that too.

Indian newspapers, analysts and WKKs continue to refer to Pakistan having having bestowed MFN status on India. In BRf, we have been realistic and challenged such notions based on the duplicitous nature of Pakistanis and their policies, especially towards India.



SSji, you are right, but the response to this from WKKs would be that there have been no pigLeT attacks. In other words, implicit understanding with TSP is that India make concessions like what you point out above, and TSP holds back its pigLeTs. . . . Either way, India is trading no pigLeT attacks from TSP with concessions from our side. At what point TSP demands that "core issue" is front and center remains to be seen.

CRS, there are simply several fallacies in this type of argument.

First of all, who says that there have been no more terror attacks on India ? I presume that when somebody says 'no more' they start the timeline from 26/11/2008. Unless the definition of a terror attack has been redefined in the light of the immunity we have developed, I have to say I am dumbfounded by the patently false claim that there have been no terror attacks, pigLeT or otherwise from Pakistan after 26/11.

Less than two months back, there were serial bomb blasts in Pune and much fatalities, maiming and damage were averted because of pure luck: rain and a failed electronic circuitry. In July 2011, the most sought after target in India, Mumbai, was rocked once again by three serial bomb blasts that killed over two dozen people and maimed 150. In December 2010, the Sankat Mochan temple was bombed and a toddler was killed. In February 2010, the Best bakery in Pune was bombed again killing a dozen and injuring over 50. Yet another attack was exactly a year ago to this day at the Delhi High Court which killed a dozen people and injured over 70. How quickly we have forgotten all these ! May be, we no longer classify such attacks where the fatalities are less than a hundred, as terror attacks. In that case, I have to agree with the WKKs and their friends. May be we have grown accustomed to these attacks, in which case too, I have to agree with the WKKs and their blind supporters. Otherwise, not even the most imbecile idiot would claim that the terror attacks have been successfully staved off through Indian diplomacy.

These are cases which happened. We don't know how many attempts were nipped by the intel agencies. All these were not by aliens, but our friends from across the border. Even as I write, we are aware of a Pakistani spy being caught from the most improbable place, Thanjavur. He was carrying out his activities through Sri Lanka which is increasingly and alarmingly becoming a conduit for Pakistani terror into India. The Best bakery bomber learnt bomb-making in Sri Lanka under a Pakistani guru. So, the pearl of strings not only applies to the Chinese attempt to strangulate us but also to Pakistani terror outfits.

There is also a violation of a principle here, even if we assume by completely discarding the above-cited terror incidents as immaterial, in that appeasement of terrorists (especially state actors who are permanently irreconciled to our way of life based on violent religious grounds) will not buy that state immunity from future attacks. Not only that, this will pave way for a bottomless pit of concessions based on blackmail. The US is a victim of such Pakistani appeasement and the Pakistanis have honed it to a fine art. A state cannot engage in such a reciprocity with an enemy unless it is tactical for a well-planned counterattack to eliminate the scourge in the future. Based on independent India's history, I cannot foresee such an eventuality either.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby SSridhar » 21 Sep 2012 10:06

Pakistani diplomat linked to espionage module
Amir Zubair Siddiqui, a diplomat attached to the Pakistan High Commission in Sri Lanka, has been named in the First Information Report (FIR) on the suspected ISI-sponsored espionage module busted by the Tamil Nadu police in Thanjavur on Monday

Mr. Siddiqui, whose designation is given as Counsellor (Visa) in the official website of the Pakistan High Commission in Sri Lanka, is alleged to have instructed Thamim Ansari of Adiramapattinam in Thanjavur district to videograph sensitive defence installations in India through his agents Haji and Shaji residing in Colombo, the sources said.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby rsharma » 21 Sep 2012 11:10

Anujan wrote:First amendment is not applicable in the rest of the world. It is a US law. Apologizing and restricting free speech in other countries have nothing to do with first amendment. Last I checked pakistan was not following US constitution.

On the other hand, countless other religions can claim to be hurt when Muslims chant the kalima "there is no god except Allah " hurts my sentiments as a Hindu / Jain / Buddhist / wiccan whatever. Proselyting Islam is encouraging Hindus to convert and thereby commit blasphemy against Hinduism so where is the apology for that?

When will this hypocritical chutiyapa end?


Anujan ji. We are on the same page over here.
IMHO, the move to sponsor anti-film ads on TSPian channels is akin to Obama administration apologizing to the Islamofascists that look we are sorry that we have laws that uphold individual rights including right to freedom of speech that stand juxtaposed to the inherent oppressiveness of your religion.
The US Government under that Islamic Apologist Obama has gone to such great lengths to appease the so-called "Religion of Peace" that it would even shame the INC. Having said that, it is difficult to understand how come even the American Public in general could become so placid as to tolerate such hypocritical Debauchery of the Obama Administration.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Anujan » 21 Sep 2012 12:07

A toll plaza in Isloo was destroyed and a Cinema theater in Peshwar set on fire ..... because someone in US made a movie about Prophet Mohammed.

BTW today is a holiday in Pakistan for "Love the prophet day" and crowds are going nuts throwing stones and setting things on fire.

Cell phone service is blocked in 15 cities for ... guess why ... to prevent people from setting off bums using cell phones. :rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby SSridhar » 21 Sep 2012 12:34

When some of our esteemed friends here in BRf expressed disappointment on the Prophet issue, I said I was confident TSP would not disappoint in the end. One has to agree that it has been a slow start but I still believe that the Fortress of Islam would do justice to its tag.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Anujan » 21 Sep 2012 12:44

http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/us-needs-to-rethink-its-concept-of-free-speech-says-pakistan-270329

In the wake of anti-America protests in many parts of the world over an anti-Islam film, the US needs to rethink about its concept of free speech, Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said. :mrgreen:

"It is not good enough to say it's free speech, it should be allowed. I think if this does provoke action against American citizens or Americans anywhere else in the world, then maybe we do need to rethink how much freedom is OK," Ms Khar told CNN in an interview. 8)

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby partha » 21 Sep 2012 12:46

:rotfl: :rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Anujan » 21 Sep 2012 12:51

I agree with Ms Khar. Also wish to add that US politics is boring with no Coups and all that. One must decide how much democracy is okay. If democracy leads to boredom and apathy, maybe we do need to rethink if Coups are all that bad.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby SSridhar » 21 Sep 2012 12:56

One can also turn around and say how much of any religion is allowed. If a religion provokes action against practitioners of that religion anywhere else in the world, then maybe we do need to rethink how much religion is OK

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Anujan » 21 Sep 2012 12:59

One more theater in Peshawar burned down.

Meanwhile crowds of people, outraged and hurt about this insult to the Prophet, couldnt bear their emotions, vandalized and robbed ATMs across the country.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Lalmohan » 21 Sep 2012 13:00

whilst we're at it, we should consider the levels of handbag usage that are appropriate. i feel the urge to rampage through a shopping mall and burn chanel bags right now

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby member_23629 » 21 Sep 2012 13:01

SSridhar wrote:One can also turn around and say how much of any religion is allowed. If a religion provokes action against practitioners of that religion anywhere else in the world, then maybe we do need to rethink how much religion is OK


The problem is not with religion but with the evil ideologies that are passed off as religion. If my prophet tells me to rape my neighbour's wife, will that be considered as a legitimate religion? What if I am asked to breed like hell? Or take some women slaves? Or loot other's businesses and call it "maal e ganimat"? Or keep cursing others as unclean and going to hell? Monothiestic religiions are not religions -- they are something else being passed off as religions. This kind of nonsense never developed in the East. There will never be peace in the world till monotheism is abolished.
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby ArmenT » 21 Sep 2012 13:01

Odd that the public haven't invaded any air bases yet. After all, some of the PAF's aircraft are made in the USA. Mango Abduls should set some of the Pakistani Air Force F-16s or Orions on fire :mrgreen: and only swear by the 400% made in Pakistan JF-17 Thandaars.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Skanda » 21 Sep 2012 13:20

Teachers lead kids to chant 'Death to America'

About 100 small children in Karachi repeated anti-American slogans during a protest Thursday in the coastal Pakistani city, a police official said.

Video showed children repeating an adult voice, "Death to America" and "Any friend of America is a traitor."

"Punish the blasphemer," children chanted. One placard read, "Shut down website of blasphemous film."

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby saip » 21 Sep 2012 14:00

‘US needs to rethink about its concept of free speech’

Birkin Babe

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby shravan » 21 Sep 2012 14:24

Anti-Islam film: One killed, several injured in Peshawar amid nationwide demos

PESHAWAR: One person was killed and several others were injured in Peshawar when protests against an anti-Islam film turned voilent, SAMAA reports on Friday.

According to reports, a man who was working as a driver for a private TV channel was killed and around seven people were injured in incidents of firing in the city.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Brad Goodman » 21 Sep 2012 14:40

any one keeping tab on score?
Pakistan TV channel says driver killed in protest

A Pakistani TV reporter says his driver was killed when police fired to disperse protesters of an anti-Islam film who were torching a cinema in the northwest city of Peshawar.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Brad Goodman » 21 Sep 2012 14:43

Time for divorce with Pakistan: US Congressman

A Republican lawmaker has introduced a resolution in the US Congress to terminate Pakistan's status as a "major non-NATO ally" to America, saying its time for a divorce with the country.

Introducing the resolution, Congressman Ted Poe said, "I have introduced H R 6391 to strip Pakistan of its major non- NATO ally status. We don't need to pay Pakistan to betray us. They will do it for free. Time for a divorce with Pakistan."

"And that's just the way it is," he said.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Brad Goodman » 21 Sep 2012 14:45

Pakistan protests UN listing in ‘nanha mujahids and armed conflict’ report

The UN Security Council has backed the naming and shaming of governments and armed groups that recruit, kill or sexually attack children in armed conflicts over protests from Russia, China, Pakistan and Azerbaijan.

A resolution supporting the UN special representative for children and armed conflict and continuing annual reports by the secretary-general identifying those countries and groups victimising youngsters was approved by a vote of 11-0 with abstentions by the four countries late Wednesday.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Aditya_V » 21 Sep 2012 15:05

But still, considering the Pure are unable to Demolish a few consolates and pass a strong message to those working in the US SD, I have to still say I am disappointed by the Fortess of Islam

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby anupmisra » 21 Sep 2012 15:13

ArmenT wrote:Odd that the public haven't invaded any air bases yet.


Leave that to the professionals. You know, the fatigue-wearing, bearded with ankle-length pajama type hillbillies.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby anupmisra » 21 Sep 2012 15:18

saip wrote:‘US needs to rethink about its concept of free speech’ Birkin Babe


So is the concept of Right to Education. If all that does is allow people to learn more about cults and read "How-to" manuals, education needs a rethink. And while we are at it, lets also talk about Freedom of Thought.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Vasu » 21 Sep 2012 15:18

Man, insurance premiums in Lala land must be some of the highest in the world! Of course, if insurance is Islamic that is.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby nakul » 21 Sep 2012 15:20

The insurance companies are smarter. Claims are not entertained when damage is caused by riots & communal tensions :wink:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby anupmisra » 21 Sep 2012 15:33

Phew! Quite a day, huh? And the day is not over yet. A day especially (and officially) marked to show how much you love your prophet. "Yaum-i-Ishq-i-Rasool’. "Day to Express your love for the prophet". The pakis even declared it an official holiday so that entire families can express their love together (but then what day in pakiland is not a holiday, if that is the criteria?).

I wonder what rest of the islamic world thinks of these purer than the purest pakis? A big, collective face palm? Even the headlines are misleading.

Protests to mark ‘Yaum-i-Ishq-i-Rasool’. Protest? The phrase should be "Mayhem, Loot and Free-for-All".

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby anupmisra » 21 Sep 2012 15:35

nakul wrote:The insurance companies are smarter. Claims are not entertained when damage is caused by riots & communal tensions :wink:


Under the standard clause "Acts of God". Comes in handy to describe every day life in pakiland.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby Vasu » 21 Sep 2012 15:36

As Teja said in Andaz Apna Apna, "Smart, very smart."

The Guardian has a very interesting live update page on the violence across the Islamic world.

A journalist of the Telegraph reports thousands of Sipah-e-Sahaba members are marching towards Serena Hotel and US Embassy "without stopping."

Speaking of Guardian, why are the Al Birtanians so quiet?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby anupmisra » 21 Sep 2012 15:54

Vasu wrote:Speaking of Guardian, why are the Al Birtanians so quiet?


That's because the juma masjids in Al Birtannia havent released the fired up momeens from their mid-afternoon prayers yet. Give it time and trust the believers.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby anupmisra » 21 Sep 2012 15:58

Someone asked why the protesters in piss-a-hour burned down cinema halls. Protests turn violent in Peshawar. That's because the gripping, award-winning movies were all sold out. Here's a sample of what was being shown inside (note the fires, fumes and buxom babes):

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby vishvak » 21 Sep 2012 16:01

Protests going on jumma, per al-guardian
less than 1m ago
Clashes near Islamabad's diplomatic quarter
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According to Express News correspondent Qamarul Munawwar, a vigorous clash took place between the police and the protesters at the Red Zone in Islamabad.
.. at the police and crossed the barriers placed by the police and have entered the red zone ...

Barbarians are described in such civil & loving terms in purelands .. protestors, vigorous clash, crossed barriers, entered red zone, .. looks like purest of pure protesters want to exchange dossiers and have chai-biskoot sessions.
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) : 24 July 2

Postby SSridhar » 21 Sep 2012 16:02

TSP summons acting US envoy to lodge protest against film
The Fortress of Islam has acted.
Pakistan on Friday summoned the acting American envoy to lodge a "strong protest" against an anti-Islam film and demanded that the US government take immediate steps to remove the "blasphemous" video from YouTube.

"The US Charge D'Affaires Ambassador Richard Hoagland was summoned today by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a strong protest was lodged with him over the blasphemous video posted on YouTube attacking the personage of the Holy Prophet Mohammed," said a statement issued by the foreign ministry.

Hoagland was told that the "US government should immediately take measures to remove the sacrilegious video from YouTube and take action against its author".

The Foreign Office further told Hoagland that the film - Innocence Of Muslims - amounted to "an attack on 1.5 billion Muslims and a premeditated and a malicious act to spread hatred and violence among people of different faiths".

"He was reminded that all faiths need to promote inter-religious harmony and tolerance. The intentional spread of hatred among faiths is an attack on humanity itself," :rotfl: the statement said.


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