Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby RamaY » 01 Mar 2013 02:09

A_Rai wrote:Pakistan should be declared a Sunni state - Maulana Ludhianvi (Chief of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ))

MAL: We believe that Sunnis have a clear majority in Pakistan. They are 97 percent of the total population of the country. The country should be declared a Sunni state and all the Sunni factions can make rules accordingly. The president, prime minister, chief justice of the Supreme Court and all other offices should be held by Sunnis. You can take the example of Iran where Shia are in majority and they have declared the country a Shiite state. If they can do it why we cannot go for this? Shia, in Pakistan, should be declared a minority and they can live peacefully like other minorities.


Nayis... I strongly support this move. So Shias in Pakiland are only 3%, that is hardly 5-6 mil people. We can't even call it a genocide :((

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby eklavya » 01 Mar 2013 03:04

For Pakistan to declare itself a Sunni state would be a great step forward ... towards its further dismemberment. This demand should be wholeheartedly encouraged. See for example this article from Sept 2011:

The Plight of Pakistan's Shia
The 36-million-strong community is a bulwark against the violent Sunni fundamentalism of groups such as the Taliban, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and Punjab-based Sipah-e-Sahaba. Reverence for Islamic shrines and other practices considered impure by Sunni extremists make them among the fiercest opponents of the intolerant, triple-distilled Islam of the Taliban.

If Pakistan can't even protect its numerous and well-connected Shia, then the odds of moderates prevailing over extremists in an ongoing battle for the country's future look exceedingly slim.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby akashganga » 01 Mar 2013 04:13

eklavya wrote:For Pakistan to declare itself a Sunni state would be a great step forward ... towards its further dismemberment. This demand should be wholeheartedly encouraged. See for example this article from Sept 2011:

The Plight of Pakistan's Shia
The 36-million-strong community is a bulwark against the violent Sunni fundamentalism of groups such as the Taliban, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and Punjab-based Sipah-e-Sahaba. Reverence for Islamic shrines and other practices considered impure by Sunni extremists make them among the fiercest opponents of the intolerant, triple-distilled Islam of the Taliban.

If Pakistan can't even protect its numerous and well-connected Shia, then the odds of moderates prevailing over extremists in an ongoing battle for the country's future look exceedingly slim.

If and when pakistan is dismembered millions of pakshits will try to enter India as refugees. We should erect 50 feet fence through out our border and not allow any of them. The only thing they are capable of is to destroy their host.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby sadhana » 01 Mar 2013 04:29

@TarekFatah
Baloch demonstrators raise explicit slogan in London: "Pakistan ka matlab kyaa; L**d pay charay, humara kyaa? http://youtu.be/28EFRZ0AQHk


Pliss to exercise caution via volume control :-?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby RCase » 01 Mar 2013 04:32

The report goes on: “Abbas and the other soldiers recovering at Pakistan’s only military rehabilitation hospital are a testament to the human toll from Pakistan’s fight against Islamist militants. Their plight receives little attention from Pakistani politicians, possibly because they are afraid of associating themselves with an unpopular fight that many citizens see as driven by the United States.

But Major-General Waheed, the head of the hospital, is worried that Pakistani troops wounded in battle don’t receive enough recognition in the country. None of Pakistan’s civilian leaders or other politicians have visited the hospital in the five years he has been running it, he said


Why is this unusual? For the Jihad-i-Fistula of Pakistan, it is a tradition to not accept the bodies of dead soldiers or deny the existence of wounded soldiers (pretending that they are mujahideen). After all, if one buries their head in the sand, they will realize that the soldiers cannot be wounded by fellow Muslims (Muslims do not kill other Muslims)!

One, that enforcement of the Taliban’s hard-line version of Sharia was ‘not negotiable’. And two, that Akbar Agha “also indirectly condoned the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP)’s bloody insurgency.


Weren't a majority of the Pakistanis (about 80%) in favor of establishing Sharia? They should be rejoicing and going inshallahs and jazzakallahs as the Taliban is maintaining its principled stand of not negotiating on the imposition of pure sharia!

http://tribune.com.pk/story/513930/ignoring-our-heroes-honouring-our-enemies/

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Sushupti » 01 Mar 2013 04:48

Why America is "Shaitan"?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby hnair » 01 Mar 2013 05:31

India always considered pakistan to be a sunni state.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_meant ... amil#page2

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby shiv » 01 Mar 2013 05:45

arun wrote: If a Shia, you are on your own

Ejaz Haider in an article on Shia’s in the Express Tribune reveals that that the uniformed Jihadi’s of the Army of the Islamic Republic have been stretched by their one time clients, the ununiformed jihadis of the TTP and their ilk.
Corollary: the army is stretched thin. It cannot be everywhere and, quite apart from operations to wrest territory, is not meant to address the problem of urban terrorism. Even the counterterrorism sub-units in the Special Services Group, like the Zarar and Karar companies, are meant for fire-fighting, not gathering intelligence and pre-empting. ……………..


I don't believe it. Pakistan is an Islamic state and Islam is a tolerant religion.Muslims don't kill Muslims.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby SBajwa » 01 Mar 2013 06:08

Sadhana! That is an old video that all Bharat Rakshaks have watched many times!! thanks for reminding us again!!

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby SBajwa » 01 Mar 2013 06:12

by Sushupti
Why America is "Shaitan"?


Because America deliberate, thinks, research, applies knowledge and then deliberates/thinks/research again and again before investing some money into that thought/idea and creating a technical marvel out of it! That's why America is Shaitain in front of Islamists!!!

Under Islam you are not allowed to think!! let alone speak!! and deliberation is allowed only among the idiots who study/research the life of their hero, and thus your knowledge is limited to only one book that was written by a hallucinating individual i.e. their hero!!

It is clearly a battle between Smart thinking Educated vs. Idiots non-thinking-full-of-bravado-self-destruction un-educated folks.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Nirantar » 01 Mar 2013 06:58

Bajwaji..you summed really neatly. But there is no hope for people of pure deen. Even their super duper phd in maths/science wont agree to what you say.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby sanjaykumar » 01 Mar 2013 07:00

Yeah, it does look Predator vs humans. America cannot lose if they make a political decision to rout Islamic fundamentalism.

That decision may have been made-Egypt, Libya, Syria, Mali, Yemen. Afghanistan is done-nothing there but some savages sponsored by slightly more cunning ones in Pakistan. With fracked oil and gas, next on the list, ladies and gentlemen is Saudia. Hence the change of policy-cooling of uma chuma with Pakistan, repatriatriating some scum to India.

They are saving Pakistan for last-it will inevitably fall when Saudia does.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby akashganga » 01 Mar 2013 07:16

hnair wrote:India always considered pakistan to be a sunni state.

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_meant ... amil#page2

Kool :rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Lilo » 01 Mar 2013 07:24

arun wrote:AHRC appeal of three days ago ie: 25th, which discloses the story that the Uniformed Jihadi’s of the Occupation Army of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan had tortured a Kashmiri youth to death by using amongst others an electric drill besides nailing his feet:

PAKISTAN: A young man was tortured to death in military custody in Pakistan Occupied Jammu And Kashmir


^^ From above
On February 17, Mr. Muhammad Ali Murtaza (27) (probably just another Shia kaffir for the Pakjabi army), was making his way to his cousin sister's home in Janjot Bahadur (Seri – Tehsil Khuiratta District Kotli, Pakistani Kashmir near the Line of Control (LOC).

He had visited before but for some months the Pakistani army has strategically kept civilian villages ahead of their forward positions all along the LOC Image (Ijj this jihad fi sabil Allah hain ? :lol: ) .

Before he could reach her home, he was picked up by an army unit from Chattar area in full view of many people.
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The Pakistan army was initially reluctant to hand over the body but after lengthy negotiations between representatives of the family the heavily sealed coffin was handed over at around 5 pm on February 19. However, this was only after army Brigadier Faisal, took assurances from four people (namely, Amjad Choudary, Deputy Commissioner (DC), Superintendent of police (SP) Kotli and Station House Officer (SHO) of the local police station that: the coffin should not be opened and must be buried intact, there should be no leak to the media, no public agitation and the burial should take place late at night.

It is unacceptable that the family were pressured to present Murtaza’s death publicly as resulting from Indian army fire (there were no gunshot wounds on his body). The army went to the length of offering that Murtaza would be buried with protocol, accorded the rank of Captain and feted as a martyr. :lol: If the family had not agreed to these conditions it is considered highly unlikely that Murtaza’s corpse would have been handed over.
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby pgbhat » 01 Mar 2013 08:44

All parties support dialogue with Taliban
ISLAMABAD: A large gathering of the political and religious leadership of the country on Monday decided to support and participate in every peace process and back the process of talks with the Taliban within the ambit of the Constitution and law.

A majority of mainstream parties attending the All Parties Conference (APC) organised by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) asked the government to respond positively to the Taliban’s talks offer.

Supporting efforts of a ‘Grand Jirga’ already being held for peace in Fata and Khyber Pakhtunkhawa (KP) for the last one year, the political and religious leadership said that a delegation comprising leaders who attended the APC would meet the leaders of ‘Grand Jirga’ in Fata on Friday (today) and would start negotiations with the two sides.

Excluding Imran Khan (Not necessary we all know where he stands :mrgreen: ), the top leaders of all the political and religious parties including Nawaz Sharif, Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Munawwar Hasan attended the APC and signed the five-point declaration at end of the conference.


AoA onlee!!

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby shiv » 01 Mar 2013 09:04

Lilo wrote:
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Thanks for posting. That corpse is of a man who has definitely been beaten severely BEFORE death.

Of course the Pakistan army is a sunni Islamic army and Islam is a tolerant religion and Muslims don't kill Muslims. So not sure whose body it is. May be a non Muslim, or Shia, or non Muslims may have killed him.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Suppiah » 01 Mar 2013 09:56

He being a hafiz-e-quran, should have no problems accepting the treatment as perfectly normal war time conduct by ghazis who are waging jihadi fistula

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby eklavya » 01 Mar 2013 12:58

akashganga wrote:If and when pakistan is dismembered millions of pakshits will try to enter India as refugees. We should erect 50 feet fence through out our border and not allow any of them. The only thing they are capable of is to destroy their host.


The army and BSF should have shoot on sight orders. It's not the common man we have to worry about, it's the so called educated classes that thought up this monster, collaborated with the British to create it, and then nurtured jihad as an ideology against India, that we have to worry about. I want to see these guys devoured by their creation. Worry is they will adopt oh-so-reasonable outlook on life when the monster is ready to finish them off. Let US and UK worry about this class.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Lilo » 01 Mar 2013 13:07

TFT nuggets,
thanks to wigji in Benis for the heads up

Fazlur Rehman spied on his father
Daily Nawa-e-Waqt reports that the Taliban say they do not trust Maulana Fazlur Rehman. The newspaper adds that the Maulana’s own father Mufti Mehmood did not trust him. One day, Mufti Mehmood was sitting with Maulana Abdus Sattar Niazi when Fazlur Rehman entered the drawing room. Mufti Mehmood asked Niazi to stop talking. When Fazlur Rehman left, Mufti Mehmood told Maulana Niazi that he did not trust his son, because the intelligence agencies were paying Fazlur Rehman to spy on him.

Tahirul Qadri brings fun in politics
Nazeer Naji says in daily Dunya that he is personally indebted to Tahirul Qadri for reviving fun, humor, and liveliness in Pakistani politics with his arrival. He should be thankful to the Supreme Court for acknowledging him as Sheikhul Islam.

International agencies make you slaves - whats wrong in terrorists dealing with economic terrorists
Orya Maqbool Jan writes in Dunya that if one wants to cripple and destroy a nation, one should make it go to the World Bank, USAID, the IMF and the ADB for funding its projects.These international funding outfits make a free nation their slave forever. These outfits are global economic terrorists. They make people of a free nation die of hunger. They confiscate their land through corporate farming.

President Zardari’s pain
Writing in Dunya, Rauf Klasra says nobody can understand President Asif Zardari’s pain better than him.Zardari tried to offer condolences to Nawaz Sharif on his brother’s death, but Nawaz ignored him. Every time Zardari went to the Sharifs’ house, Nawaz wouldn’t be there.When Klasra went to Naudero after Benazir Bhutto’s death, Zardari patted his cheeks and said: “I am busy. We will do this condolence ritual some other time.”Klasra once told Benazir that Zardari could handle journalists better than her because he did not run away from the country and spent eight years in jail. He knows the temperament and psychology of middle-class journalists. He is also respected by the journalists.

France helping India against Pakistan
Daily Ummat says in its editorial that France is strengthening the Indian military by providing India missiles and fighter planes worth $120 billion. France is doing this so that India could play an effective role in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of US and NATO troops. India is Pakistan’s eternal enemy. In fact, France is helping India against Pakistan. In this situation, Pakistan should be ready for an Indian aggression and improve its ties with the Taliban.

Talking the talk
Daily Dunya says in its editorial that Pakistani Taliban have been violating peace agreements and killing security personnel and innocent citizens. They cannot be trusted. Therefore, no unconditional talks should be held with them. They should first surrender.Daily Ummat accuses the government of violating peace agreements and killing innocent and good Taliban. It urges the government to accept all the demands of TTP unconditionally.

Terrorist mistakes nurses for Hoors
Nawa-e-Waqt reports that a young suicide bomber blew himself up at the shrine of Hazrat Sakhi Sarwar. He was admitted to Nishtar Hospital Multan in critical condition. When he came to his senses, he saw nurses around him and shouted: ‘I got the hoors, I got the hoors!’ :rotfl:

Valentine’s Day fans will burn in hell
Daily Islam says all the women who celebrated Valentine’s Day will go to hell. The fire of hell burns 700 times more intensely than the fire of the world. There will be a big oven in which nude men and women will be burning. These will be the people who celebrated Valentine’s Day.

Auditor general is also dual national
Izharul Haq writes in Dunya that the Supreme Court declared Tahirul Qadri a foreign national and did not entertain his petition that sought the dissolution of the Election Commission.The current auditor general Buland Akhtar Rana is also a Canadian national and he has access to very sensitive information and defense documents. Why has the Supreme Court not taken suo motu action against him?

Tahirul Qadri disrespected Holy Quran
Daily Jasarat urges the government to register a case against Tahirul Qadri under the blasphemy laws because when he came to the Supreme Court, he had a bag in his feet from which he took out a copy of the Holy Quran :lol:.He claims to be Sheikhul Islam but has no regard for the sanctity of the Quran.

Gen McChrystal and Gen Karamat’s secret
Rauf Klasra writes in Dunya that Gen Stanley McChrystal was at former army chief Gen Jehangir Karamat’s house for dinner once, when he told Karamat that after exactly 10 minutes, US missiles would fly over Pakistan and hit Osama bin Laden’s hideouts in Afghanistan.Please don’t assume that India has attacked you. You were not informed in advance because we suspected that you will leak the information to bin Laden. In this attack, five intelligence officers of Pakistani army were killed, but this news was never leaked.

Tahirul Qadri said he would die at 62 :lol:
Asar Chauhan wishes Tahirul Qadri a happy last birthday in Nawa-e-Waqt.He said Qadri had claimed 20 years ago that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) had told him in a dream that he would also die at 62. Qadri turned 62 on February 19.He asks why Qadri moves with an army of armed guards.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Nitesh » 01 Mar 2013 15:06

Why these pakis will come to India? Why they can't move towards middle east, they have Afhans, Iran to take refuge. Or go towards Bradfordistan

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby James B » 01 Mar 2013 17:59

Bandicoot Musharraf to end exile and enter TSP.

http://www.firstpost.com/world/musharra ... 45450.html

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Lalmohan » 01 Mar 2013 18:04

well... its not the first time that he has "entered" TSP (and given it a vija)

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Rajdeep » 01 Mar 2013 18:09

from the same article
Elaborating on exactly why his heart was ‘bleeding’Musharraf said


Bicth we know whats bleeding (from all the GUBO sessions) and its not your heart. Unless pakis have their hearts in their musharrafs :rotfl:

There is no exact date given for his entry , so it seems like 'the boys' have abandoned him and he has to test the waters through media planted news.

See how the tables have turned when BB returned this guy was in control of security and now dus percenti is in power when he wants to return.

I hope dus percenti remembers this and takes a revenge , khoon ka badla khoon , RoP style.

PS - I hope my language doesnt offend ppl here , but when it comes to this war criminal I just cant.
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby SSridhar » 01 Mar 2013 18:18

^ I think Gen. Bandiscoot is waiting for the Caretaker government to take control before entering through the musharraf. He expects not to be arrested by them.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Atri » 01 Mar 2013 18:47

Elephant in the room

Someone testing the waters.. :D

He’s deadly when he gnashes his teeth

Pak Zoo was carved out of Hind Zoo in 1947, when the imperialistic British zoo-owners got bored of toying with the inhabiting animals, and decided to abscond from animal parks all over the world. For the decade or so leading up to the British selling Hind Zoo, it was clear that the zoo’s ownership would be returned to the locals, but the dynamics of the final deal weren’t quite as unambiguous. After much deliberation and debate, the future of Hind Zoo hinged over the fate of one animal, an elephant named Malsi.

Malsi was born in Saudi Arabia, what seems like ages ago, and was brought to the subcontinent by Arab warriors, who used him to destroy any resistance that they faced in their long journey. Malsi encouraged their imperialistic cravings – among other fetishes – as he stampeded over anyone who denounced the Arabs or didn’t accept the elephant as the supreme authority. After reaching the subcontinent, Malsi first threatened to ‘Arabanise’ Hind, but when that didn’t materialise he found acquiescing followers who ended up creating a whole new zoo for Malsi.

Despite being bestial, perilous and ferocious, Malsi mustered a massive fan following after his arrival in the region. His fans were extremely loyal and made sure – some inadvertently, others intentionally – that Malsi was always depicted as a humble and peaceful creature, which in turn ensured that the aficionados grew in numbers. It was believed that Malsi wouldn’t get proper coverage in Hind because of the presence of other star animals, and hence a struggling lawyer named A M Hannij, taking inspiration from an incoherent poet Labqi, decided to give his own career a massive boost by leading the movement for a separate zoo where Malsi would hog the limelight. But bizarrely, following Pak Zoo’s creation, Hannij addressed the zoo’s management committee on August 11, 1947 announcing how everyone in Pak was free to follow any animal they wanted, much to the bemusement of the committee. 65 years down the line, Hannij’s summersault is still being debated as zoo commentators continue to mull over Pak Zoo’s raison d’etre.

Regardless of what the founding fathers intended, Malsi remains the star of the show in Pak Zoo. His dangerous self is preserved under the pretentious shroud of tranquility as he continues to live in a gargantuan room, designed exclusively to cater to his needs, with other inhabitants being sidelined in crammed cages. Malsi is as popular as ever, and is the centre of just about everything associated with Pak. Throughout the past 65 years or so Malsi has been forced into matters that have got nothing to do with him, and as a result Pak Zoo is taking a nosedive into crisis upon crisis with the Malsi obsession precipitously accelerating. And as the obsession escalates, what no one is realising is that there is no bigger predicament facing Pak than Malsi – the reason behind the zoo’s inception.

From Pak Zoo’s Subjective Solution in 1949 to 1973’s Zoo License Act, Malsi has always been thrust upon the way the zoo would be governed. When you keep a precarious monster, nourish it, make it the be-all end-all of your foundation and then pretend that it’s passive and tranquil, you’re obviously laying the groundwork for eventually being eaten up by the beast. And that is precisely what Malsi has been doing, as we turn a blind eye to the elephant in the room.

Pak Zoo has become a haunted place, with inexplicable occurrences becoming a norm in Malsi’s room. There are mysterious killings, murders, rapes, incidents of violence and bloodshed all over the place, and all in the room belonging to Malsi – the animal of peace. In October last year, Alalam, a 15-year-old school girl was attacked; the previous year a politician named Namlas Reesat was hunted down; the same year, Pak’s representative for other animals, Zabhahs, was killed, and these are just a few high profile cases among incidents of brutality that occur every single day in the zoo. And despite all evidence pointing towards Malsi as the culprit – who would readily accept the blame if anyone bothered checking– the zoo authorities find someone else to point fingers at and ignore the elephant in the room.

Another mindboggling reality about Malsi’s viciousness is that he doesn’t even spare his own followers. The thing is, Malsi’s followers are divided into a plethora of groups and every one of them takes Malsi’s help to butcher the rest. And so, Malsi has helped cement the discriminatory lines that were drawn by the Arabs to distinguish themselves from the rest, and has created hostile divides among its own followers as well. One can gauge the loyalty of Malsi’s followers by the fact that despite being pulverised by the elephant they refuse to abandon their allegiance to Malsi. Perhaps it’s more of a case of loyalty towards your own group, in some cases, more so than any diehard faithfulness with regards to the elephant, which has seen the powerful sects massacre the rest through Malsi.

The Malsi apologists are an interesting creed as well, who despite being vociferous flag-bearers of the elephant’s superiority, never actually pay him a visit. Nevertheless they claim that they know more about Malsi, than those who interact with him on a daily basis. The apologists tow the “animal of peace” line, and conjure nonsensical counter-explanations every time Malsi does someone in. These apologists are a funny lot, they raucously condemn Malsi’ victims and extol the elephant at the same time. They highlight Hannij’s August 11 speech to claim that Pak wasn’t created for Malsi and ignore the lawyer’s speeches over the preceding decade. They assert that everyone should be allowed to follow the animals of their choice, and forget that if that were the case Malsi would never have reached their zoo in the first place. The apologists paint a beautiful picture whenever Malsi smiles, and close their eyes when he gnashes his teeth.

Pak has been feeding and grooming the elephant for 65 years, and in turn paying heavily for the ensuing destruction. The zoo has paid no regard to the animals that have inhabited it for centuries, and has completely destroyed its cultural essence to accommodate a foreign species. It is obvious that Pak can no longer carry Malsi’s weight; it is obvious that Pak can no longer afford being obliterated from the core; it is obvious that Pak can no longer bear Malsi’s violent antics; it is obvious that Pak cannot continue to ignore the elephant in the room; and it is extremely obvious that for Pak Zoo to live on, Malsi must depart.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby RajeshA » 01 Mar 2013 18:50

Atri wrote:Elephant in the room

Someone testing the waters.. :D


Indeed! :rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby CRamS » 01 Mar 2013 18:57

Guys, this question is TSP related. I just heard that this Bollywood movie about 26/11 is being released today in my city.

Now, before a spend one penny supporting that ISI bank rolled enterprise called Bollywood, does anybody know what this movie is about?

Does it expose the real terrorist game plan hatched in TSP by TSPA/ISI?

Does it portray the murky role of US including its protection of Headly?

Does it portray the contempt US/UK hold against India in that in their minds 26/11 is all but excused and TSP continues to be a munna?

Does it portray the abject cowardice and apathy of the Indian govt.

Does it portray the fraud, duplicity and contemt TSP has shown to all the dosas India supplied about their involvement?

Does it portray the shameful surrender by MMS and his obsession to kiss the asses of the very terrorists who undertook 26/11?

Does it show the sick Indian colonial mentality even after 60 years of independence that someone with a white skin like Headly could so easily wine, dine, screw, and mingle with the Mumbai elite?

If at least a fraction of the above are portrayed, I am going to watch. But if its a useless, spinelss Bollywood style tamasha:

oh Hindus and Indians and TSPians are so piss loving onlee but for some terrorist Ajmal Kesab who landed from Mars. Or

showing the horror, and then showing the spirit of Mumbai with some song and dance? Or

Some other WKKish rubbish, if its any of these, not only do I want to spend a penny, but I am sure I will collapse with high BP and throw up in the theater.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby abhijitm » 01 Mar 2013 19:29

^ CRamS, I am not going to watch 26/11 purely because that insensitive RGV is using 26/11 to make money. Remember he accompanied Vilasrao Deshmukh to observe the crime scene at Taj. Why? Was he sad? No. Or was he happy to discover a movie opportunity? Yes. When entire country was mourning this RGV &^#@ was thinking of making movie! Deshmukh lost his job because of this but he is still around. People like him should be kicked where it hurts most. And I think by not watching his movie I will do my part.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby RamaY » 01 Mar 2013 20:24

RajeshA wrote:
Atri wrote:Elephant in the room

Someone testing the waters.. :D


Indeed! :rotfl:


read it with this...

Terrorist mistakes nurses for Hoors
Nawa-e-Waqt reports that a young suicide bomber blew himself up at the shrine of Hazrat Sakhi Sarwar. He was admitted to Nishtar Hospital Multan in critical condition. When he came to his senses, he saw nurses around him and shouted: ‘I got the hoors, I got the hoors!’ :rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Comer » 01 Mar 2013 22:14

The 50 best citizens of Al Bakistan have already applied for asylum in India, feeling their cuntry is a terrible place.

http://www.firstpost.com/world/woof-woo ... 45556.html

A stray Indian dog accidentally boarded the Samjhauta Express at Attari station in Amritsar, remained unnoticed by the Indian security and custom officials and reached Lahore where the four-legged visitor was discovered.


So, the Pakistanis decided to send 50 stray dogs to India by the same train – and they did so. They made their reprisal even more ingenious by making sure that the selected stray dogs are among the dirtiest and were kept hungry for a day so that they could bark more at the Indians


I thought it was a April fool joke coming a month early or some kind of hoax dreamt up by a Baki rag. The source is shaky but it is carried in outlook too. One is not sure whether a Baki related news is hoax, unless denied by somebody else. Similarly it is confusing whether to post a news item on BENIS thread or here.
But if it is true, this is what we are dealing with. For all their faults, the chai biskoot babooze have amazing restraint to deal with these kind of proto humans on a regular basis. Our Army has to deal with a rag tag militia if it dares shows up at all. Our cricketers have to play with a team with a shady pedigree. I am surprised our guys don't barf.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby kenop » 01 Mar 2013 22:19

In other news: News about a newsman. Nothing new in fact
A senior Pakistani journalist was shot dead on Friday by unidentified gunmen in the restive Balochistan province, becoming the second reporter to be killed in the country within a week.

Gunmen riding a motorcycle fired at Mehmood Jan Afridi in Bus Addah area of Kalat town on Friday evening, Deputy Commissioner Bashir Ahmed Bazai told the media. The attackers escaped before security personnel reached the spot.

Bazai described the attack as an incident of "targeted killing".

No group claimed responsibility for the incident.

Afridi had been a journalist for two decades and was working for the Daily Intekhab.

On Wednesday, journalist Malik Mumtaz was shot dead by unidentified armed men in Miranshah, the main town of the lawless North Waziristan tribal region near the border with Afghanistan.

Mumtaz worked for The News daily and Geo News channel.

No group has claimed responsibility for his killing.

The banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan condemned the murder of Mumtaz and described him as a "good reporter" who was serving the tribal people.

Pakistani and international journalists’ groups, including the South Asian Free Media Association, South Asia Media Commission and Media Commission Pakistan, condemned the killing of Mumtaz.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby RamaY » 01 Mar 2013 22:21

^ India should feed the dogs, neuter them and take care of them.

They are 10000000000 times better than feeding 1 paki even for a day. Perhaps they should stop all those open heart surgeries and instead adopt the animals.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby abhijitm » 01 Mar 2013 22:31

^ psycho pakis.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Anujan » 01 Mar 2013 22:39

That news might be true. Pakis have this weird hatred for dogs and likely saw that as a planned provocation. On top of that, every random Abdul fancies himself to be a ghazi and tries for opportunities.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby kidoman » 02 Mar 2013 00:12

Sushupti wrote:Why America is "Shaitan"?


One noob question :-? ..At What altitude does the heli fly when attacking like ths? cant the insurgents sense that a heli is flying over them?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Dipanker » 02 Mar 2013 00:14

Atri wrote:Elephant in the room

Someone testing the waters.. :D

He’s deadly when he gnashes his teeth

Pak Zoo was carved out of Hind Zoo in 1947, when the imperialistic British zoo-owners got bored of toying with the inhabiting animals, and decided to abscond from animal parks all over the world. For the decade or so leading up to the British selling Hind Zoo, it was clear that the zoo’s ownership would be returned to the locals, but the dynamics of the final deal weren’t quite as unambiguous. After much deliberation and debate, the future of Hind Zoo hinged over the fate of one animal, an elephant named Malsi.

Malsi/Islam was born in Saudi Arabia, what seems like ages ago, and was brought to the subcontinent by Arab warriors, who used him to destroy any resistance that they faced in their long journey. Malsi/Islam encouraged their imperialistic cravings – among other fetishes – as he stampeded over anyone who denounced the Arabs or didn’t accept the elephant as the supreme authority. After reaching the subcontinent, Malsi first threatened to ‘Arabanise’ Hind, but when that didn’t materialise he found acquiescing followers who ended up creating a whole new zoo for Malsi.

Despite being bestial, perilous and ferocious, Malsi/ISLAM mustered a massive fan following after his arrival in the region. His fans were extremely loyal and made sure – some inadvertently, others intentionally – that Malsi was always depicted as a humble and peaceful creature, which in turn ensured that the aficionados grew in numbers. It was believed that Malsi wouldn’t get proper coverage in Hind because of the presence of other star animals, and hence a struggling lawyer named A M Hannij, taking inspiration from an incoherent poet Labqi, decided to give his own career a massive boost by leading the movement for a separate zoo where Malsi would hog the limelight. But bizarrely, following Pak Zoo’s creation, Hannij addressed the zoo’s management committee on August 11, 1947 announcing how everyone in Pak was free to follow any animal they wanted, much to the bemusement of the committee. 65 years down the line, Hannij’s summersault is still being debated as zoo commentators continue to mull over Pak Zoo’s raison d’etre.

...

Pak has been feeding and grooming the elephant for 65 years, and in turn paying heavily for the ensuing destruction. The zoo has paid no regard to the animals that have inhabited it for centuries, and has completely destroyed its cultural essence to accommodate a foreign species. It is obvious that Pak can no longer carry Malsi’s weight; it is obvious that Pak can no longer afford being obliterated from the core; it is obvious that Pak can no longer bear Malsi’s violent antics; it is obvious that Pak cannot continue to ignore the elephant in the room; and it is extremely obvious that for Pak Zoo to live on, Malsi must depart.


Given that the elephant in the room MALSI is ISLAM spelled backwards, this is wajibul cutlet material. Let's see how long this guy survives.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Gagan » 02 Mar 2013 01:21

Indeed,
I was thinking MALSI could have been Mulla Madoodi
Same first letter.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby akashganga » 02 Mar 2013 01:59

Dipanker wrote:
Atri wrote:Elephant in the room

Someone testing the waters.. :D



Given that the elephant in the room MALSI is ISLAM spelled backwards, this is wajibul cutlet material. Let's see how long this guy survives.

This guy is bold man. Very soon he may find his name in Jehadi hit list.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Gagan » 02 Mar 2013 02:21

Comment on the article on Mushy testing-the-waters-for-his-return
James B wrote:Bandicoot Musharraf to end exile and enter TSP.

http://www.firstpost.com/world/musharra ... 45450.html

Mallikarjun
Tons of Ghazis are awaiting this Masjid destroyer. There will a huge amount of bounty for his head. For this munafiq, there are no 72-raisins.

Unlike some bearded Ghazi, this slime is untrustworthy and cunning.

:rotfl:

One thing is sure: Jernail Kiya-nahi is going to go on an overdrive and the ISI media wing is going to reveal details about everything from Kargil to ghoos and mushy's land holdings. We already know that Mushy has this nice 2 km plot next to the Gawadar port.
:rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Feb 21, 2013

Postby Anujan » 02 Mar 2013 02:31

I am not sure he will return. Fellow has threatened to return umpteen times before downhill skiing.

I can understand his urge to return if he wants to prevent prosecution for his coup etc, but his urge is solely centered on self promotion. Immy to his credit waited many times in the wilderness to become mainstream. Mushy is no immy. Fellow is all bluster and no substance. More importantly he has no support (among people, jihadis , army, isi)


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