Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2015

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2

Postby Tuvaluan » 12 Feb 2015 09:40

Working in temperatures that can fall below minus 15 C, FWO blasted a channel into the earthen dam, forming a spillway that has reduced the lake's water level by more than 30 metres. This has allowed CRBC engineers to access the cliffside along the valley, where hundreds of workers are constructing a series of tunnels and bridges, more than 22km long, to bypass the lake and reconnect the KKH.


thanks, shivji. Bridge construction seems to have not started according to the sat maps from last month, I guess they are building the tunnels first...of course, can't tell that from sat view.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2

Postby Harish » 12 Feb 2015 10:52

Jhujar wrote:China’s reputation at risk
Abid Hasan
http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-9 ... on-at-risk
( Chinese Mr X1 Must Ask Pakistan Every Morning How is he doing , Orr Pakistan Burra maan jayega)]
The people of Pakistan view China as their best friend. This friendship has stood the test of time and emerged stronger through many challenges. However, experience shows that bad decisions at critical moments can end up damaging even the best relationship. China recently promised tens of billions of dollars in aid for infrastructure building. This is indeed very welcome for Pakistan, which has massive infrastructure needs. However, if this aid is implemented in the ‘business as usual’ manner, China’s reputation in Pakistan could face huge risks. A white elephant or corruption-ridden mega project will be an eyesore for decades. China must avoid this like the plague to protect its reputation as an all-weather friend of the people of Pakistan.China needs to avoid the recent Sri Lanka sort of situation, which has affected China’s reputation in that country. The Chinese financed and constructed several mega infrastructure projects – notably motorways, a port and an airport – in recent years. They came under great public criticism for unusually high unit costs and non-transparent limited competition procurement process. Based on international comparisons, the Chinese-funded contracts in Sri Lanka cost significantly more than those funded through open international competition by the multilateral banks and the government. As Pakistan’s best friend with long-term strategic interests, China can ill afford a similar reputational risk here. :rotfl: It is primarily the government of Pakistan’s responsibility to ensure that each infrastructure project proposed for Chinese financing is subject to rigorous ‘due diligence’ from the earliest selection/design stage, throughout implementation, and after completion. However, in today’s Pakistan this will not happen, given the weak institutional capacity and politicisation of decision-making. Therefore, China will have to shoulder most of this responsibility, as a friend of the people of Pakistan. There are three broad areas on which China needs to focus to safeguard its reputation and to ensure effectiveness of its development assistance.
First, it is essential that any project that China finances has high economic priority, is fully justified on economic and technical grounds, and will contribute to Pakistan’s long-term growth. China needs to realise that rigorous institutional decision-making, especially when it comes to development projects, is virtually absent in Pakistan. Most such decisions tend to be politically-driven and guided by personal biases or whims. China must assure itself that each project is selected through a rigorous and sound process, and not because it is the pet idea of the leadership or ‘friends and family’ which may or may not be in Pakistan’s long-term interest. China must avoid financing over-sized infrastructure and ensure that loan servicing and Operational and Maintenance (O&M) costs of such projects are affordable and will not haunt Pakistan for decades to come. Many of the ‘unneeded and uneconomic’ proposed projects (for example, the Orange Line, Rail to Muzzafarabad, etc) will be unaffordable to operate and maintain without large public subsidies, and will eventually run into disrepair and obsolescence.China must apply to each project the same kind of rigorous technical, economic, institutional, environmental and social evaluation it does for its own development programmes or as any other donor committing huge sums of money. Perhaps China can require an independent ‘due diligence audit’ of each proposed project before it commits to financing the project. Pakistan is ruled by ‘friends and family’ groups, and mega projects are their ‘instrument of choice’ to make big bucks. Optics and public perception will be critical for China’s reputation. As a minimum, China must insist that the ‘friends and family’ of the political leadership should not be involved in any of these projects, directly or indirectly, and that they do not get any special favours or underhand deals. Such association is not only bad for Pakistan, but will also adversely affect perception about China among the people of Pakistan. Finally given Pakistan’s fragile fiscal and foreign exchange reserve position, any responsible donor must ensure that projects financed by it do not contribute to our bankruptcy. Pakistan has been living off hand-outs for several decades, and there are no serious reform efforts to change this situation .China needs to carefully review whether Pakistan (and its public agencies) will be able to service the foreign debt – even with ‘soft’ loan terms – when all the revenues are in local currency. It must also examine the fiscal burden of the O&M costs of the projects’ it finances. Many infrastructure BOT projects in Pakistan have run into difficulties because the macro-economic and project revenue risks were underplayed, and tariffs made unaffordable as a result of inflated capital costs.In this regard, the infrastructure programme to connect Gwadar to China’s northwest region of Xinjiang needs to be carefully evaluated in respect of its affordability – loan servicing and needed O&M costs. Some of these projects may be good strategic investments, but can Pakistan afford them at this time? China should seriously consider full grant financing for this programme, with rigorous assessment on the ability of Pakistan to finance the associated O&M costs in the future. :wink: Pakistan has many ‘good and sound’ infrastructure projects that need to be built and which require external financing – such as longer gestation investments in hydropower. China should support these, but it must clearly stand up to all the bad ideas being peddled around. It must not provide financial cover for ill-conceived development projects and corrupt practices. Above all, China should avoid getting trapped into dancing the ‘bhangra’ with ‘princelings, friends and family’. The implications for China’s reputation in Pakistan are far too serious for this to be ignored.

So now the pakis are practically begging the Chinese to come and colonize their blighted country, but the cheenis are not obliging? The reason, dear pakis, is that the Chinese have always been (and are) territorially greedy, but they are looking for wealth and influence, not a population of inbred yahoos. So the chniks will not touch you with a barge pole. They will spend billions to travel to Mars and scoop up some soil but will not walk into next-door bakistan. Even with an open invitation.

Life is so cruel. :((

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2

Postby wig » 12 Feb 2015 11:41

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/new ... 203736.cms

It turns out that AIr India and other presumably other Indian operators have been forced out by paki authorities from flying to Karachi and Lahore, while their airline presumably PIA expands india operations. This is the reason for them not being permitted to lease, buy properties in Delhi and elsewhere

MHA opposed to Pakistani airliner PIA buying properties in India

the Home Ministry is strongly opposed to Pakistan's airliner PIA buying properties in India saying the neighbouring country had stopped operations of Air India through "nefarious" design and such facility should be offered only on a reciprocal basis.

In a report, the Intelligence Bureau told the Finance Ministry that Pakistan had forced Air India to discontinue its services to Lahore and Karachi through its "nefarious" design, leading to complete monopoly of services by PIA in these sectors.
Unless Air India services are restored and India's national carrier is allowed to buy properties in Pakistan, PIA should not be allowed to buy properties in India, sources said quoting the report.

Besides, the report said, there had been instances in the past when ISI agents were appointed as executives of PIA and they indulged in snooping activities in India.

The Intelligence Bureau also mentioned about an activist of the terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba working in PIA's Karachi office.
The report was prepared as government charts its next course of action in the case of alleged foreign exchange violations in purchase of properties in New Delhi by PIA.

Enforcement Directorate had last month issued a notice under Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) to the local office of PIA in connection with its purchase of six flats near Connaught Place in central Delhi.

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Postby SSridhar » 12 Feb 2015 15:46

Credulous fools? - Mohammed Taqi, DT
General Musharraf told a private television channel that, since 1989, Pakistan has had a policy and strategy to support militancy in Kashmir to force India into negotiations. In response to a question on why his regime signed an agreement in 2006 with the Haqqani network, General Musharraf said that as India was (allegedly) “stabbing” Pakistan in Balochistan and the Frontier through Afghanistan, he decided to find someone who could stab them back. Musharraf said, “Do you know that Jalaluddin Haqqani was a hero for the US...we thought we could bring peace to the region through him.”

What is this recent interview by Musharraf that the writer is referring to ?

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Postby Peregrine » 12 Feb 2015 17:21

China’s president to make historic visit to Pak this year: Chinese FM

ISLAMABAD: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Thursday mutually decided that both countries would enhance counter terrorism efforts.

During a joint press conference following the Chinese FM’s visit to Pakistan today, both countries also committed to achieve peace in neighbouring Afghanistan. Yi added that China was ready to facilitate cooperation between the Afghan government and the Taliban.

The Chinese FM went on to say that China attaches great importance to the friendly relationship with Pakistan.

He further said that after nine years, China’s president will make a historic visit to Pakistan this year.Chinese Plesident speakee he comee this yeal to Pakistan. He no speakee when he comee. Chinese Plesident speakee with folked tongue.

Yi also said that both countries have agreed to expand economic cooperation which would in turn improve the security situation.

The Chinese FM who arrived today on a two day visit to Pakistan will also be meeting President Mamnoon Hussain as well as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

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Postby A_Gupta » 12 Feb 2015 17:37

http://tribune.com.pk/story/837174/majo ... s-dg-ispr/

ISLAMABAD: Most of the 27 militants who stormed an army-run school in Peshawar on December 16, 2014, and killed 150 people, including 132 students, were Pakistani, revealed military spokesperson Asim Bajwa on Thursday.

Revealing details about the attack, DG ISPR said that nine militants were killed, while 12 were arrested. Six of the 12 were arrested from Afghanistan. The remaining six militants are on the loose
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Postby pankajs » 12 Feb 2015 17:50

Discussion on *AirWind* Khujliwal's victory have started within bakistan.

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Postby CRamS » 12 Feb 2015 19:26

pankajsJi, any links?

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Postby pankajs » 12 Feb 2015 19:34

AAP Victory in India , Pakistan May Aam Admi Ki Jeet Kab Hogi ?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BQU6zjNdLg

Pakistan Awestruck by Indian elections - Wants to Copy the system.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzE_R-ZLTqc

The Indian ex-CEC on the 2nd program. Nothing spectacular. Waste of time IMHO.

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Postby sadhana » 12 Feb 2015 19:52

SSridhar wrote:Credulous fools? - Mohammed Taqi, DT
General Musharraf told a private television channel that, since 1989, Pakistan has had a policy and strategy to support militancy in Kashmir to force India into negotiations. In response to a question on why his regime signed an agreement in 2006 with the Haqqani network, General Musharraf said that as India was (allegedly) “stabbing” Pakistan in Balochistan and the Frontier through Afghanistan, he decided to find someone who could stab them back. Musharraf said, “Do you know that Jalaluddin Haqqani was a hero for the US...we thought we could bring peace to the region through him.”

What is this recent interview by Musharraf that the writer is referring to ?


This one:
viewtopic.php?f=1&t=3479&start=80#p1793864

or
http://www.zemtv.com/2015/02/07/spot-li ... uary-2015/

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2

Postby Anujan » 12 Feb 2015 20:10

SSridhar wrote:Credulous fools? - Mohammed Taqi, DT
General Musharraf told a private television channel that, since 1989, Pakistan has had a policy and strategy to support militancy in Kashmir to force India into negotiations. In response to a question on why his regime signed an agreement in 2006 with the Haqqani network, General Musharraf said that as India was (allegedly) “stabbing” Pakistan in Balochistan and the Frontier through Afghanistan, he decided to find someone who could stab them back. Musharraf said, “Do you know that Jalaluddin Haqqani was a hero for the US...we thought we could bring peace to the region through him.”

What is this recent interview by Musharraf that the writer is referring to ?


The interview is here http://www.zemtv.com/2015/02/07/spot-li ... uary-2015/

Watch from 17:30

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Postby Paul » 12 Feb 2015 20:11

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Karachi

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Postby ramana » 12 Feb 2015 20:25

Sickos. To kill man's best friend.
And was this also for religious reasons?

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Postby pankajs » 12 Feb 2015 20:27

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/new ... 214294.cms
'Clear dichotomy' in India's policy on Pakistan responsible for strained ties: Sartaj Aziz
"Indian leadership's threats of disproportionate use of force portend India's dangerous desire to create a space for war. This hostile attitude also reveals a clear dichotomy in India's insistence on eliminating terrorism on the one hand and creating distractions for our armed forces engaged in relentless and non-discriminatory counter-terrorism operations," the Prime Minister's Advisor on National Security and Foreign Affairs said.

Aziz made the remarks in a seminar 'Crossroads Asia: Dynamics of Peace and Progress' at the army's National Defence University here yesterday.

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Postby ramana » 12 Feb 2015 20:33

Takla Aziz should know, if there is no Paki terrorism there will be no war.

How does he expect immunity from India using its best options while he conducts terrorist attacks? Pagal hain?

If this is his level of diplomacy he needs to be sent back to school.

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Postby Peregrine » 12 Feb 2015 20:48

Paul wrote:Image

Karachi


Paul Ji & ramana Ji :

After Donkey Meat Pakistani Cuisine’s next Delicacy - DOG MEAT.

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Postby member_22733 » 12 Feb 2015 20:55

That makes me sick and angry. A dog is a highly intelligent animal and is bred to be different from a wolf. A dog is bred to consider humans as natural part of their pack. Bakis are filthy pigs (no offense to pigs). But the phuckers dont mind killing their own kids for evening entertainment, so a dog must have it much more difficult I assume.

Bakshitstan is going to go down like one of those grotesque hollywood movies, where large creatures ravage humanity and when there is nothing left, begin to eat each other up. Countdown to large scale cannibalism in Bakistan has already started due to population bomb.

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Postby Tuvaluan » 12 Feb 2015 21:01

Such vile specimens these pakis (and islamist scum generally) are -- shoot anything that you think is inferior than you, which is the entire animal kingdom and a large part of humanity. They need to be given the treatment they are willing to dish out to everyone else who is not a "pure muslim". The poor doggies...

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Postby Paul » 12 Feb 2015 21:05

It will find its way on a Karachi dinner table in the guise of mutton or some other meat for sure.

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Postby rgsrini » 12 Feb 2015 21:17

^^Saar,
It is not just dogs saar...
Even Houbara bustard, a rare bird species that does an annual migration from as far as Siberia, Mangolia and other Central Asian countries to Pakistan is subjected to the same fate. The paki low lifes let their arap masters massacre them by the 1000s every year.

The photo shows the birds massacred by one small group in one day...Many such groups roam and hunt during the migratory season.

Not for the faint hearted...

Link in French. But I do remember seeing a similar one in English within the last week... Will post it if I find it.

What a magnificent bird and a fellow cohabitant of mother Earth!
It is absolutely unimaginable that humans (are pakis and their arap masters really human beings?) can go so low for their pleasure...

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Postby disha » 12 Feb 2015 22:34

Bakistan is going the Haiti way. Massive deforestation in search of coal to sustain their economy ... Check out the satellite image of Dominican republic compared to Haiti.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deforestation_in_Haiti

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deforestation_in_Haiti#mediaviewer/File:Haiti_deforestation.jpg

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Postby Prem » 13 Feb 2015 00:32

Peregrine wrote:
Paul wrote:Image

KPaul Ji & ramana Ji :
After Donkey Meat Pakistani Cuisine’s next Delicacy - DOG MEAT.
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They are already gearing up for emperor Hu 's feast. They are going be doing Toast with Dog leg Manouever on each other ?

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Postby Shreeman » 13 Feb 2015 03:19

Ok, you kill them. Religion forces you to do so.

But what is the purpose of this orderly exhibition? Road beautification? Smell enhancement? Disease distribution?

They were obviously brought here -- this is not the normal per km dog density (what would they eat?),unless the dogs were holding their muharram jalsa. Why collect them this way?

Anybody know? Will there be an auction next?


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Postby Prem » 13 Feb 2015 04:23

Pakistabanstan Will use Its Veto To Dismiss Indian Security Council Candidacy

OSAMALAND: Pakistan made it clear to the United States on Thursday it would not accept India as a permanent member of United Nations Security Council (UNSC).Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed these reservations while speaking with US President Barack Obama on the phone, the PM House said in a statement.The prime minister said India cannot become a UNSC permanent member due to its non-compliance of all the resolutions passed by UN regarding Kashmir, added the spokesman.The US president called Nawaz in the evening where both the leaders discussed issues of mutual interest and those related to regional stability and peace for over half-an-hour, said the statement.The spokesman said the prime minister made it clear upon the US president that permanent slot for India at the UNSC will not be tolerated at any cost as India has not fulfilled any resolution passed by UN aimed at assuring the right of self determination for the people of Kashmir.During his visit to India last month, Obama had lent his support to India’s bid for UN Security Council’s membership which was seen in Pakistan as contempt of democracy and human rights.
“India is by no means eligible to become a permanent member of UN,” the prime minister was quoted as saying. Nawaz also conveyed Pakistan’s desire to become a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group.Meanwhile, Obama informed Nawaz about his recent trip to India and also congratulated the prime minister on the success of Operation Kar-De-Azl.During his visit to India, Obama also became the first US president to attend the spectacular military and cultural display in a sign of the nations' growing closeness.

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Postby RCase » 13 Feb 2015 04:57

^^^

.... and Ombaba did a dhoti shiver! What if NS were to bomb the US to the stone ages?

Ganja needs to be told it is not 'Friends, not Masters' but 'Fliends and Masas'.

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Postby Shreeman » 13 Feb 2015 05:16



This only makes it more confusing. Why were they laid out a block deep and wide if they were killed all over the place? What purpose did the parade achieve? Are trash bags so expensive or is it haraam to cover dead meat?

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Postby ArmenT » 13 Feb 2015 05:39

Could be a stray dog cull and the people doing the culling need to display a count of the dogs to get paid? Though it is odd that they're laid out like that.

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Postby member_22733 » 13 Feb 2015 05:42

Like someone said, it might be a way how they feed their dlagon master. They might have a "build us power plant" in exchange of delicacy. Same same with Arapian fourfather: You hunt our houbara bustards to extinction and while you are at it plzz to give me that oil.

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Postby RCase » 13 Feb 2015 06:00

While dogs are being slaughtered in Karachi, Arab fourfather is busy with a slaughter of a different kind:

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia on Thursday beheaded a Pakistani convicted of drug smuggling, bringing to 29 the number of executions in the first six weeks of the year.
Babir Hussein Mohammed Ishaq was found guilty of transporting heroin which he had ingested, the interior ministry said in a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency.
His case brings to 29 the number of Saudis and foreigners executed in the kingdom this year, according to an AFP tally.

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Postby KLNMurthy » 13 Feb 2015 06:10


There is precedent for this in the history of modern Turkey, a country that is admired by RAPEs.
Activists apologize to stray dogs killed by Unionist government

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Postby Shreeman » 13 Feb 2015 06:14

ArmenT wrote:Could be a stray dog cull and the people doing the culling need to display a count of the dogs to get paid? Though it is odd that they're laid out like that.


Whats wrong with a pen and paper? You cant count to 50 without laying them like this on the road?

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Postby SSridhar » 13 Feb 2015 06:17

sadhana & Anujan, thanks for the link.

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Postby kenop » 13 Feb 2015 07:01

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For one thing I am very impressed by the presentation the birds. Such symmetry and fine balance to achieve the visual effect could only have come from the highly evolved aesthetics of the Pukistanis. I think they allow such large scale hunting sessions to achieve such masterpieces. One bird less in the configuration would bring down the value of the achievement.

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Postby Gagan » 13 Feb 2015 07:25

So Pakistan is again going to the Interntional Court of Arbitration about the Kishanganga and now about the Ratle dam on the Chenab.
Dunno how new or old this news is, but the thing to note is the change in the language used by Pakistan's vernacular reporters here.

They describe the rivers in Jammu and Kashmir as "Pakistan ki milkiyat" (Pakitan's property) LOL


A cursory look at the sat images shows that the Pakistani dam being built by the chinese on the Neelum R (Kishanganga R downstream) as part of the Neelum-Jhelum is progressing on. The pakistanis have built sluice gates on the dam, after opposing that in Indian dams.
The chinese are still building the tunnels proximal to the dam to link it to the Jhelum.
Tunneling work can be seen on google earth images.

I had posted the plans, dam site locations, tunnel locations, powerhouse locations on the Indus water treaty page, a few yrs ago.
On the Indian site, one can see excavation at the Kishanganga dam site, while India's tunnel is complete. India's project is the Kishenganga-Tulbul navigation project.

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Postby Gagan » 13 Feb 2015 07:44

Google earth images of the Dam site on the Neelum River. Note the design of the Dam. Chinese engineers and material.
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tunneling work just north of the Jhelum by the Chinese
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Powerhouse Site further downstream on the Jhelum
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Postby g.sarkar » 13 Feb 2015 08:20

Long ago I used to go to a small ethnic grocery store in Stockton, where I would be helped by a young clerk from Afghanistan. He was one day telling me that his young son was going to an American school and getting Amrikan ideas. How come? Well, he says, my son wants a puppy and cries every day for one. I have told him never, I will never allow that. Why, I ask, do you not say it is Napaak in Islam? No, No, he says, not exactly. It is like this: When I read Namaz, I am protected by two Faristas, who ward off the Devil. Now, Faristas being gaseous can not be seen by human eyes, unless they want you to see them. But the dog can see them and bark at them. A house that keeps dogs is shunned by Faristas. So no dogs in our house.
See, there is always a simple explanation to stupidity of Islamic hatred of dogs.
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Postby Shreeman » 13 Feb 2015 08:27

Serves you right for doubting the existence of Faristas. Next you will claim the namaaz doesnt earn any reward.

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Postby g.sarkar » 13 Feb 2015 08:43

Shreeman wrote:Serves you right for doubting the existence of Faristas. Next you will claim the namaaz doesnt earn any reward.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2

Postby Prem » 13 Feb 2015 10:00

Shreeman wrote:Serves you right for doubting the existence of Faristas. Next you will claim the namaaz doesnt earn any reward.


Now we know why so much smell of gas come from the neighbor. No doubt so many Vacuum Burst of Gas on Friday.Presence of Gas is another proof of truth in Qitab?


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