Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul 2014

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby bhavani » 21 Sep 2014 02:28

It looks like a F-16 was actually shot down by TTP :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: . Blaze has published a number of pictures which show unexploded Mk-82 Still attached to their racks

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/09 ... n-an-f-16/

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby shiv » 21 Sep 2014 07:07

Rupesh wrote:
Based on temperatures and rainfall, it is not advised to go during the hallucinating and raining season among-st June and September. The relax of the date is dehydrated with balmy daytime temperatures.


Lahore Weather

:shock: :shock: :shock:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Shreeman » 21 Sep 2014 11:01

shiv wrote:
Rupesh wrote:Based on temperatures and rainfall, it is not advised to go during the hallucinating and raining season among-st June and September. The relax of the date is dehydrated with balmy daytime temperatures.

Lahore Weather

:shock: :shock: :shock:


This one is likely auto translation by the chinese IT subcontractor. Anyway, it is good advice. It is not advisable to go.

Trying to go to a pakistan while hallucinating will probably lead to dehydration. As a hakim, you didnt know that? May be its not the best place to advise -- weather in a pakistan -- but it is after all, advice on going. Suppository not entirely irrelevant either.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Aditya_V » 21 Sep 2014 11:12

Does anybody else see any resemblence between Rahul Gandhi and Bilawal, he was also reading from a script and behaving like how RG does??

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby shiv » 21 Sep 2014 11:20

Shreeman wrote:
Rupesh wrote:Based on temperatures and rainfall, it is not advised to go during the hallucinating and raining season among-st June and September. The relax of the date is dehydrated with balmy daytime temperatures.

:shock: :shock: :shock:


This one is likely auto translation by the chinese IT subcontractor. Anyway, it is good advice. It is not advisable to go.

Trying to go to a pakistan while hallucinating will probably lead to dehydration. As a hakim, you didnt know that? May be its not the best place to advise -- weather in a pakistan -- but it is after all, advice on going. Suppository not entirely irrelevant either.

The problem as I see it is the claim that there is a season for hallucination in Pakistan, implying that there are other seasons with no hallucinating. That is difficult to believe. As my psychiatry prof used to say "Jo September mein paagal woh February mein bhi paagal"

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby chetak » 21 Sep 2014 11:40

bhavani wrote:It looks like a F-16 was actually shot down by TTP :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: . Blaze has published a number of pictures which show unexploded Mk-82 Still attached to their racks


Can we expect another malaysian 777 jet to go missing again soon??

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby RCase » 21 Sep 2014 11:43

^^^
"Jo September mein paagal woh February mein bhi paagal"

Maybe the Bakis are counting on a narrow window of non-paagal season from Mar to June! :rotfl:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Harish » 21 Sep 2014 12:09

chetak wrote:
bhavani wrote:It looks like a F-16 was actually shot down by TTP :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: . Blaze has published a number of pictures which show unexploded Mk-82 Still attached to their racks


Can we expect another malaysian 777 jet to go missing again soon??

The Blaze article does not show any aircraft parts, only the unexploded ordnance still attached to the pylon. If the F-16 was hit by a missile, shouldn't the ordnance have exploded? Maybe it just fell off mid-flight due to loose screws or something. BTW, no news about the pilot - was he pest-e-shaheeded?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Shreeman » 21 Sep 2014 14:38

Harish wrote:It looks like a F-16 was actually shot down by TTP :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: . Blaze has published a number of pictures which show unexploded Mk-82 Still attached to their racks

Can we expect another malaysian 777 jet to go missing again soon??
The Blaze article does not show any aircraft parts, only the unexploded ordnance still attached to the pylon. If the F-16 was hit by a missile, shouldn't the ordnance have exploded? Maybe it just fell off mid-flight due to loose screws or something. BTW, no news about the pilot - was he pest-e-shaheeded?


A. failsafe mechanisms, failure of arming still produces WW2 ordinance in berlin. B. What caused you to create multiple part drops except disintegration? C. pictures obtained but not released. D. text in the article. E. cordoning off the area instead of ordinance disposal, F. actual claims of birdy bye-bye, and so on...

Black lentils have been cooked. In due time PNS Zulfiqar type details may emerge. Now, is this repeatable sustainably?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby hnair » 21 Sep 2014 16:12

:rotfl:

um, apparently some malloostan birathers had mustered a cavalry force and went through the PPP section of the Kabila recently... Bilawal is now declared Beenamol

https://www.facebook.com/bilawal.bhutto ... =1&theater

Full impact only if you can get malayalam scripts translated from such august posters calling themselves as ലൊട്ടുലൊടുക്ക് ശാസ്ത്രഞ്ജൻ (knick-knack scientist), തോറ്റ എമ്മെല്ലെ (loser MLA), ക്യൂറിയോസിറ്റി ഫ്രീ (free of curiosity) et al

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby JE Menon » 21 Sep 2014 16:29

:rotfl:

holy crap... and it looks like a thoroughly secular exercise with Hindus, Christians and Muslim in the fray. And all categories - students, software developers, yoga trainer, managing director, chef, and the ubiquitous "manager at self-employed"...

Amazing that such a vicious posse was mustered at short notice and looks to have scythed its way through there without much resistance. General Secretary of PPP just got out some "shuda jiye" crap and that was about it...

Looks like Blowall will have to blow at least half of them to get his page back.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Comer » 21 Sep 2014 17:27

:rotfl: ^^ I can only understand only one comment: moonji , does that mean whatshisface?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby abhijitm » 21 Sep 2014 19:09

^ cant understand but I'm loving it! Can anybody translate or provide a malyalam translation site for poor kafir like me? Apparently google chacha cannot detect malayalam.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby svinayak » 21 Sep 2014 20:13

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Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the `Gen Next` politician of Pakistan, has said that his Pakistan People`s Party (PPP) would get back entire Kashmir from India.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby symontk » 21 Sep 2014 21:43

saravana wrote::rotfl: ^^ I can only understand only one comment: moonji , does that mean whatshisface?


Yes it refers face, but using it for the xxx purpose

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Prem » 21 Sep 2014 23:37

When a child is threatened by the social circle
A real f..d Up society

LAHORE: When she was sexually abused by her father, 11-year-old ‘M’ took one year to recover from the shock and share her ordeal with her mother. To her utter shock, her mother snubbed her never to repeat such rubbish. Within six months, she was married off to a distant relative.Today, ‘M’, 24, herself has two children, and swears to protect them upon her life. “Fathers are supposed to protect, not attack,” she says. “I didn’t really understand what I had been through until I had my own children.”
Sexual abuse has many forms, and an abuser can be anyone. Mostly abusers are from victim’s circle of acquaintances.In most cases of child sexual assaults, the victim happens to be a minor — as young as five or six years old and in some cases even younger
. The abusers range from blood relations to those the victim is familiar with, such as neighbours, a teacher, or a relative.In Sahil’s report ‘Cruel Numbers’, 3,002 cases of child sexual abuse took place in 2013. Out of the total assaults, in 1,474 instances an acquaintance was the perpetrator, followed by strangers (1,067 cases). Other abusers were relatives (85), neighbour (74), incest (70), and some others (110).Of these 3,002 cases, 66.72 per cent were reported from Punjab.As the situation of rape or sexual abuse within familiar surroundings has risen, so has the problem of these cases not being reported. Reporting child abuse, especially if it is rape, seems to threaten the very fabric of a family, as perhaps the crime itself. In many cases the reporting simply does not happen because the child does not reveal the crime.Raana Malik, assistant professor of gender studies with the Punjab University, says sometimes if the child is too young, they cannot really understand what has happened. In many cases abuse takes the form of touching rather than rape itself. This is too confusing for the child to realise that it is wrong. Abusers often make the child feel guilty for doubting their intentions, showing that it was simply ‘love’, or, they exert constant power by literally watching over the child and ensure the secret is not revealed.
“The impact is worse than that of abuse by a stranger, because such abuse involves a breakdown of trust leaving the child vulnerable,” she says. “Though both sexes are deeply affected, usually the girl suffers more because in our society, she will end up being submissive. Boys end up as providing security to their families so they may have a chance to try and black out the conscious memories.”

Incest
Ironically, unlike ordinary sexual abuse, incest rape is seldom or never reported. Family members and caregivers do not want to hear the complaint, or even if they proceed, they are threatened by the perpetrator. If it remains unsaid and the child is young, they may grow up believing the relationship is normal. Such children have poor social interaction.Sarah Zaman, whose legal and socio-cultural study on incest, a first of its kind, reveals many aspects. One is that socio-economic powerlessness often causes the mother to turn away from the abuse. They are afraid of being thrown out of the house, or to be left with no money. Other studies point out that victims usually have to be displaced from their places of abuse in order to report a case.Child psychologist Nasreen Ahmed says that because the child is in easy access, is weak and vulnerable and is easily manipulated and threatened, they are susceptible to abuse within families. Drug abuse by the abuser can also be a reason. Sometimes it is exertion of power at others it is merely a sickness.It is a myth that opportunity makes an abuser,” she says. “In fact an abuser waits for an opportunity.”
Incest cases are rejected for the judge calls the act impossible, especially if a father is involved. Many courts have not accepted that a child can tolerate prolonged abuse and not report it. But in reality it can take up to a year for a child to do so. Also in courts the appeal procedure tends to be extremely traumatic labeling the mother of the child being immoral and a liar. Sometimes this pans out well for the accused and often complainants want out of court settlements to avoid slander.Sahil’s legal aid advisor Atif Adnan says that more than often it is unimaginable that an incest case reaches court unless the child has the support of the entire community. Usually the perpetrator is already forgiven or in case of it being the father or brother the crime is treated as a ‘mistake’. Oftentimes, potential complainants are threatened, sometimes the threat is even carried out.In Pakistan’s legal language though, ‘incest’ does not even exist. Besides going unreported, this is another major issue that must be addressed by lawmakers, he says

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby vishvak » 22 Sep 2014 00:05

Jo Pakistan me Pakistani.. link
The child abuse scandal in UK is a result of what is called bhchabazi in land of peace. The English want to talk polished and get guboed to make it look like another type of crime - thereby appearing racist when Pakistanis get caught by Police. Another dark secret of Rotherham scandal is large number of boys abused by Pakistanis.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby shiv » 22 Sep 2014 06:05

Jhujar wrote:When a child is threatened by the social circle
A real f..d Up society

In Pakistan’s legal language though, ‘incest’ does not even exist. Besides going unreported, this is another major issue that must be addressed by lawmakers, he says[/b]

There is a bit of nonsense here. Incest is well known in Pakistan - see the number of people who use the words "bhen-chod" (sister-fuc8r) and "madar-chod" (mo-fo). It's just that both of them are applied to "others". Like killers of Muslims - it's always the "other" who does it, not Pakistanis. Anyone who is called bhenc*** or madarc*** is supposed to get angry and deny because "no one does that". But they do. In Pakistan. And they deny. See this quote

Incest cases are rejected for the judge calls the act impossible, especially if a father is involved. Many courts have not accepted that a child can tolerate prolonged abuse and not report it. But in reality it can take up to a year for a child to do so. Also in courts the appeal procedure tends to be extremely traumatic labeling the mother of the child being immoral and a liar. Sometimes this pans out well for the accused and often complainants want out of court settlements to avoid slander.


If someone had asked us we on BRF would have stated that Pakistanis are both bhenchods and madarchods. But no one would have believed us and we would have been accused of being non secular and Hindu fundmentalists

If you look at the background of people like Hafiz Saeed you will probably find that they have been sodomized as children by fathers or uncle-father. That is why you get such psychopaths. I just wonder how many soldiers and Pak Army and LeT and HuM have all been sexually assaulted by relatives and have themselves done favours for their sup-e-rears - allowing colonels and generals to bugger them. And I am not being rude, sarcastic or facetious here. We are talking about Pakistan, remember.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby sanjaykumar » 22 Sep 2014 09:05

Well...if Hafiz sahib didn't have a pug nose he may have been a school teacher. It is like a lot of white racists....sorry to state it explicitly but they can be ugly mothers. When you are a loser, hatred is anodyne.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby wig » 22 Sep 2014 09:29

Key seminary cleric shot dead in Rawalpindi
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deputy caretaker of Taleemul Quran seminary in Raja Bazaar, was shot dead in what the police said was targeted killing near the high security Qasim aviation base on Dhamyal Road on Sunday evening.

Mufti Amanullah, 34, along with an 18-year-old student was returning to the madressah from Chakri Road on a motorcycle when two motorcyclists shot him dead in front of the Wapda House gate. The student, identified as Mehmood, was injured critically. The deceased was son of Maulana Ashraf Ali, the caretaker of the Taleemul Quran madressah.

He had gone to Chakri Road to attend the foundation-laying ceremony of Jamia Umay Habiba al Binaat at Lala Rukh Colony.

Soon after the killing, angry protesters, mostly students from different seminaries in the area, took to the streets and burnt an imambargah in the old tyre market near the Taleemul Quran Madressah.

Later, the body of a man was found from the rooftop of the imambargah.

and
It may be noted that the Taleemul Quran seminary was damaged during the sectarian violence in Raja Bazaar on Ashura in November 2013. At least 10 people were killed and more than 75 others injured during the violence. The nearby Madina Cloth Market was also set on fire by the mob.

http://www.dawn.com/news/1133545/key-se ... rawalpindi

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Pratyush » 22 Sep 2014 10:03

The killed cleric seems to be Sunni. As the target of the protestors wrath are Shias.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Vikas » 22 Sep 2014 13:08

The nearby Madina Cloth Market was also set on fire by the mob.


Is it not Blasphemy to burn the name Madina in Al-Bakistan ? How is this different from Burning Quran or tearing its pages. Should all the protestors not be held by the scruff of there necks and hanged.
Just pointing out the logical next step for blasphemy law.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby habal » 22 Sep 2014 13:49

Madina burnt in Madina e Sani.

Does the bad news never stop ?

Ya allah .. kyon musalmanon par itna zulm.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Neela » 22 Sep 2014 16:02

Anujan wrote:Forget being a shia, apparently the good professor on a trip to amreeka had said something "blasphemous" (Muslim women should be allowed to marry non Muslim men). Which made him bull cattle. In a typical Pakistani twist, the guy with the most takleef about this "blasphemy" was a former dean who lost his job to the current dean who was bull cattled.
Which goes on to show that all this blasphemy bull cattle nonsense is all about money and revenge.


Hmmm. I like this.
I am reminded of western/cowboy movies where there is thrill and suspense involved ...you know, the face-off between two cowboys in the street with fingers twitching near the holster.
Likewise in Baakistan, you must be ever ready to invoke the blasphemy trump card and must be quick with it.



Only problem in Baakistan is that everybody ( except the Ahmedis of course ) has the same trump card.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby schinnas » 22 Sep 2014 20:51

Bad Sharif installs his minion as the new ISI chief

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Pakistan appointed a close ally of the army chief to head the country's most powerful and controversial intelligence agency on Monday, cementing the military's dominance following weeks of anti-government protests.

Rizwan Akhtar, who has extensive experience of counterinsurgency from a previous posting in the South Waziristan region bordering Afghanistan, will take over the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency in October.

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Akhtar's previous job was head of the paramilitary Rangers in the province of Sindh in the south, where he led a comprehensive operation against Islamist groups and criminal gangs in Karachi, the country's financial hub.

"He is a horribly straight guy, all black and white," a serving military official said of Akhtar.

"He has served in a place like Karachi ... with all its turf wars and politics while remaining neutral and apolitical and also has extensive experience of counterinsurgency and counterterrorism. He was the obvious choice."

Some believe the appointment may be an opportunity to set a new tone in the often tense relationship between Pakistan and its arch rival India. The nuclear-armed neighbors have fought three wars and Pakistan's army uses the perceived threat from India to justify its huge budget and national importance.

In a 2008 publication while he was at the U.S. Army War College, Akhtar argued that Pakistan "must aggressively pursue rapprochement with India." In the same paper, he criticized U.S. policy in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Prem » 22 Sep 2014 21:56

Yeh Kaun Haramkhor Hai yeh Kaun Haramlkhor
The climate time bomb: Where is the South Asian leadership?
( Abbey Flood Happen because allah is not happy with Pakistan , More islam will fix this problem)

With Jammu and Kashmir inundated and Punjab in Pakistan flooded, the time bomb is ticking away. Climate change has been declared to be the greatest threat facing mankind this century.South Asian countries such as Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar are all vulnerable today.We have not yet resolved the basic issues of poverty, hunger and inequality, which breed discontent and terrorism. And in these troubling times, we are forced to face the brunt of extreme weather events because of growing climate variability.Recent scientific research shows near to virtual certainty of linkages between climate change and extreme weather events.Climate change is a potent threat multiplier that will make all our problems much worse.
The investment on constructing Asia’s largest solar thermal power plant in the Cholistan Desert and subsidies to buy solar technology for households and institutions in India are good starting points for sustainable growth pathways to mitigate climate change. However, a lot more is expected from the South Asian leadership.In India and Pakistan, we have popularly elected strong governments, who now should show pragmatic leadership to tackle the climate crisis.Already a proposal has been submitted to the Pakistan government to request India, as part of the current “flood aid diplomacy” to establish a system for the real-time exchange of hydrological (rivers flow and reservoirs level) data between the two countries. ( Hydrologoical or any logical data Parrgea kaun? Hafid Saeed)
The availability of such information on a real time basis can significantly enhance Pakistan’s flood forecasting and warning capabilities.Pakistani experts, instead of waiting for delayed information through the Indus Water Commissioners of India and Pakistan, can easily interpret the imminent release of water from the Indian dams and rivers with enhanced precision, along with a relatively larger reaction time.This will result in greater ability to save human life and property of people in the region, particularly on the Pakistani side, it being a lower riparian.India and Pakistan should also facilitate a way to strengthen engagement with the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) on the issues of environment. The climate crisis has taught us that nature doesn’t respect any artificial, modern nation-state boundaries. And we need regional eco-system approaches for which all countries have to come together as one is dependent on the other.Stronger enforcement of norms to protect the environment in one country will help the other to mitigate.That is going to be the magic mantra. Most countries in South Asia are not responsible for major green house gas emissions. Still, they are the most vulnerable, and countries like Bangladesh and Maldives face the threat of extinction with rising sea levels.A united front of SAARC in the global climate change negotiations (Conference of Parties) to take place in Lima later this year and Paris next year will help to bring the issue of equity back in the international discourse And South Asia is very much capable of doing so.The Chairperson of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Rajendra Pachauri (who is an Indian), has been calling for greater cooperation between Pakistan and India and the rest of South Asia when it comes to managing our joint water resources. He has pointed out that our “culture and history has shown us that we can harmonise our actions in consonance with nature”. :rotfl: To be able to do that the SAARC leaders should also create avenues like the South Asian Climate Change Adaptation Fund and the South Asian Fund for Innovations in environment sustainability, which invests in research and innovative ideas to mitigate climate change.We all have very high hopes from our leadership and recommend that action is taken soon and stronger commitments are made in New York during the summit. Later preparations for COP-20 (UNFCCC) in Lima should also figure on the agenda of the SAARC leadership summit being planned in Kathmandu in November. COP-12 on Convention of Biodiversity is being organised in Pyeonchang in October 2014, another avenue where South Asian countries need to stand united as we are a hotspot of biodiversity in the world.We appeal to the South Asian leaders to make the best of opportunities in the coming months and help to bring much needed changes with stronger commitments.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Rajagopal » 22 Sep 2014 22:48

Pakistan has shown that even they can hold a spectakular, hugely paap-ular T20 cricket. All Indians should read below and feel jealous :mrgreen:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1133594/t20-cu ... the-crowds

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby partha » 22 Sep 2014 22:51


That's always the case. Not sure why this is news. If PM of Pakistan overrules army chief and appoints an ISI chief of his choice then that is news not this routine.

This is how clueless civilians were regarding ISI chief's appointment -
Just 2 days ago -
http://tribune.com.pk/story/764570/new-isi-chief-to-be-appointed-at-the-right-time-asif/
New ISI chief to be appointed at the right time: Asif

:rotfl:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Rajagopal » 22 Sep 2014 23:18

Below is a gem of a speech by Baby Bilawal bhutta. This should be archived if he ever becomes the PM of Pakistan.

He starts by replicating Chatur ramalingam("3 idiots fame") then he goes absolutely ape-shi* starting at 1:19 and descends into the werewolf domain, bawling for blood. :twisted:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xa2unh ... ?start=105

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Rony » 23 Sep 2014 03:48

Where is the Paki Towels thread ?



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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby partha » 23 Sep 2014 04:48

So is Qadri EyeAssEye agent or RAA agent? :mrgreen:
Also look at his flag. Qadri flag = Yindian flag minus Ashoka chakra.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby sadhana » 23 Sep 2014 05:11

Arif Jamal, Dr. Mohammad Taqi and Joshua White talking about Jamat ud Dawa and Mr Jamal's book on it at New America Foundation, today, 22 Sept 2014:

http://www.newamerica.net/events/2014/t ... ar_e_taiba

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Prem » 23 Sep 2014 05:27

partha wrote:So is Qadri EyeAssEye agent or RAA agent? :mrgreen:
Also look at his flag. Qadri flag = Yindian flag minus Ashoka chakra.


Next time Qalandar Qadri will quote MOM arriving in Mars orbit.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby SSridhar » 23 Sep 2014 05:32


The lst time he did that, he soon lost his job and the unmentionables and had to cool his heals off in the desert.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Prem » 23 Sep 2014 05:55

http://www.dawn.com/news/1133627/kashmir-a-way-forward
( Another Salwar Dropping By Paki, Trying To EscapeThe Monkey Trap)
Kashmir: a way forward
By Ashraf Jehangir Qaz

Pakistan should also present its case on the basis of Article 257 of its Constitution which concedes the essence of the third option in a way that is compatible with existing UN resolutions. Even if a compromise settlement with India is the best we can hope for, it will be important for the Pakistani and Kashmiri negotiating positions to be consistent with UN resolutions during the negotiating process. Meanwhile, it will be important to extend the full benefits of Article 257 to Azad Kashmir which currently enjoys less autonomy than India-held Kashmir. This will also have a positive impact on opinion in the Valley.Narendra Modi seeks to bring about a “paradigm shift” aimed at altogether excluding Pakistan from a Kashmir settlement. The reasons cited for the cancellation of foreign secretary-level talks were indicative of this shift. Modi is moving towards dismantling Article 370 of the Indian constitution which accorded “special status” to IHK on its fraudulent “accession” to India.
For this purpose, he is employing a “3P” (Prakash, Paryavaran, Paryatan ie energy, environment and tourism) development strategy combined with the infamous black laws to obtain a BJP-led majority — or 44 seats in an 87-member IHK assembly.This could result in IHK having its first ever BJP chief minister, and facilitate a “trifurcation” policy that would, according to some reports, provide union territory status to Ladakh, separate Jammu from the Valley, and enable the Pandits who fled the Valley to return to their homes. The path to significant investment and demographic engineering could open up. The majority of the residents of the Valley would increasingly be confronted with the grim choice of resistance or resignation.Talks with Pakistan on Kashmir would then be confined to ensuring “respect for the LoC” in accordance with the Simla Agreement and the implementation of trans-LoC confidence-building measures to consolidate the status quo. There would be no joint mechanisms, no limitation on Indian sovereignty over IHK and no role for the UN resolutions. Modi seems to believe this is the way to confront Pakistan with a fait accompli and make its acceptance a condition for structured dialogue, including sterile exchanges on Kashmir, culminating in a triumphant visit to Pakistan to seal the deal.The soft option for Pakistan is to lose its cool in the face of Indian obduracy and lose the game, as has repeatedly happened. The honest option is to accept there is no short-term solution to Kashmir and violent short cuts have only led to frustration, isolation and blowbacks that weaken our national fabric. For leaders to suggest otherwise is to lie to the people.However daunting the prospect, we must put in place the building blocks for a successful longer-term strategy for a mutually acceptable settlement. This must entail movement on all sides and, as a first step, improving the human rights situation in IHK. This should provide the thrust of the prime minister’s brief for a one-to-one meeting with Modi in New York. Despite many mutual misgivings, the development of a personal relationship based on mutual confidence and trust should be a priority for both leaders.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby CRamS » 23 Sep 2014 09:15

Qazi is breathtaking in his pomposity, blatant lies, and obsession with wresting the valley from India.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby Vayutuvan » 23 Sep 2014 09:31

Rajagopal wrote:Below is a gem of a speech by Baby Bilawal bhutta. This should be archived if he ever becomes the PM of Pakistan.

He starts by replicating Chatur ramalingam("3 idiots fame") then he goes absolutely ape-shi* starting at 1:19 and descends into the werewolf domain, bawling for blood. :twisted:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xa2unh ... ?start=105

Isn't he the same chap who said in total amru accent "sir chahiye to sir doonga" drama bazi? Oh my my - Pakistan does produce excellent drama bazi politicos who are otherwise utterly useless.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby habal » 23 Sep 2014 10:01

Jhujar wrote:http://www.dawn.com/news/1133627/kashmir-a-way-forward
( Another Salwar Dropping By Paki, Trying To EscapeThe Monkey Trap)
Kashmir: a way forward
By Ashraf Jehangir Qaz

Pakistan should also present its case on the basis of Article 257 of its Constitution which concedes the essence of the third option in a way that is compatible with existing UN resolutions. Even if a compromise settlement with India is the best we can hope for, it will be important for the Pakistani and Kashmiri negotiating positions to be consistent with UN resolutions during the negotiating process. Meanwhile, it will be important to extend the full benefits of Article 257 to Azad Kashmir which currently enjoys less autonomy than India-held Kashmir. This will also have a positive impact on opinion in the Valley.Narendra Modi seeks to bring about a “paradigm shift” aimed at altogether excluding Pakistan from a Kashmir settlement. The reasons cited for the cancellation of foreign secretary-level talks were indicative of this shift. Modi is moving towards dismantling Article 370 of the Indian constitution which accorded “special status” to IHK on its fraudulent “accession” to India.
For this purpose, he is employing a “3P” (Prakash, Paryavaran, Paryatan ie energy, environment and tourism) development strategy combined with the infamous black laws to obtain a BJP-led majority — or 44 seats in an 87-member IHK assembly.This could result in IHK having its first ever BJP chief minister, and facilitate a “trifurcation” policy that would, according to some reports, provide union territory status to Ladakh, separate Jammu from the Valley, and enable the Pandits who fled the Valley to return to their homes. The path to significant investment and demographic engineering could open up. The majority of the residents of the Valley would increasingly be confronted with the grim choice of resistance or resignation.Talks with Pakistan on Kashmir would then be confined to ensuring “respect for the LoC” in accordance with the Simla Agreement and the implementation of trans-LoC confidence-building measures to consolidate the status quo. There would be no joint mechanisms, no limitation on Indian sovereignty over IHK and no role for the UN resolutions. Modi seems to believe this is the way to confront Pakistan with a fait accompli and make its acceptance a condition for structured dialogue, including sterile exchanges on Kashmir, culminating in a triumphant visit to Pakistan to seal the deal.The soft option for Pakistan is to lose its cool in the face of Indian obduracy and lose the game, as has repeatedly happened. The honest option is to accept there is no short-term solution to Kashmir and violent short cuts have only led to frustration, isolation and blowbacks that weaken our national fabric. For leaders to suggest otherwise is to lie to the people.However daunting the prospect, we must put in place the building blocks for a successful longer-term strategy for a mutually acceptable settlement. This must entail movement on all sides and, as a first step, improving the human rights situation in IHK. This should provide the thrust of the prime minister’s brief for a one-to-one meeting with Modi in New York. Despite many mutual misgivings, the development of a personal relationship based on mutual confidence and trust should be a priority for both leaders.


Snakes are beginning to feel the poison, there is poison in the prey they are being fed, first effects of it are being seen in irrelevant snakes on outer cordon, Qazi Jehangir Ashraf hazara snake and bilawal 'marsu marsu sindh na desu' snake are beginning to writhe in pain as a result of the poison. As it reaches inner cordon we can witness a lot of hissing and spitting in future. The larger snakes in inner cordon ofcourse does not involve itself in fighting unless really hungry and wait for the rat snakes to finish fighting amongst themselves. The experience will be like standing next to a snake pit in a zoo that has different snake species enclosed together and smaller ones fighting amongst each other and the King Cobra waiting to see who is winner of the squabble so that it can swallow it.

King Cobra will eventually have to face Sheshnag who will consume King Cobra and establish peace in snakedom.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby partha » 23 Sep 2014 10:03

Rajagopal wrote:Below is a gem of a speech by Baby Bilawal bhutta. This should be archived if he ever becomes the PM of Pakistan.

He starts by replicating Chatur ramalingam("3 idiots fame") then he goes absolutely ape-shi* starting at 1:19 and descends into the werewolf domain, bawling for blood. :twisted:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xa2unh ... ?start=105


Rahul baba >>> Bakwas Bhutto. :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 19 Jul

Postby wig » 23 Sep 2014 15:44

Woman among 3 killed in Peshawar blast targeting senior army officer
At least three people — including a woman and a security official — were killed and six others injured in a suicide blast targeting a convoy of the Frontier Corps (FC) carrying a high-ranking military official in Peshawar on Tuesday.

Brigadier Khalid Javed who was the target of the attack narrowly escaped the explosion and is safe, CCPO Peshawar Ijaz Khan told reporters, adding that those killed include a woman, an FC man and a passerby. He added that 13 people, including security personnel, were injured in the explosion on Saddar Road caused by a car bomb.

http://www.yawn.com/news/1133796/woman- ... my-officer


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