Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 1 Feb 2015

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Postby Shreeman » 06 Mar 2015 13:44

shiv wrote:
Shreeman wrote:I am not sure where these dark thoughts come from.

Where else? From dark, narrow places of worship where only a small heart can be ackawmodated.


Thats ok then. I have a problem only when hakeems like you try to transplant these small hearts into TFTA baki children under the guise of charity. Very chankian. Total arth-e-shaster. At least make a disclosure that it might cause weakness and a tendency to like narrow dark places later in life.

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Postby Peregrine » 06 Mar 2015 14:14

Fear grows over new nuclear reactors in Karachi

KARACHI: A real nightmare could be unfolding in Karachi as Pakistan will be supplied with two large nuclear reactors from China to aid the country in its energy crisis, The Washington Post reported.
There has always been fear among world leaders that terrorists may try to steal one of Pakistan’s nuclear bombs and detonate it in a foreign country, however, some have said that the real nightmare could be unfolding in Karachi after the reactors are supplied.
The new power plants which comprise a new design are not yet in use anywhere in the world and will be each supplying 1,100 megawatts to Pakistan’s national energy grid. The reactors are being built next to a much smaller 1970s-era reactor located on a popular beach where fishermen still make wooden boats by hand.Only Kur make wooden boats with their feet

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The new ACP-1000 reactors will stand less than 20 miles from Karachi’s densely populated metropolis of 20 million residents. Many have come forward in argument against the government’s nuclear ambitions, questioning whether this was the best place to build the nuclear reactor.
“You are talking about a city one-third the population of the United Kingdom,” said Abdul Sattar Pirzada, a Karachi lawyer who is seeking to get the project halted. “If there would be an accident, this would cripple Karachi, and if you cripple Karachi, you cripple Pakistan,” he added.
Recommendations put forward by the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission pertaining to nuclear power plant construction state that any new reactor should be situated away from a very densely populated area, preferably with fewer than 500 people per square mile within a 20 mile radius.
The same zone where the power plants would be constructed holds about 6,450 people per square mile a Pakistani nuclear physicist wrote in Newsweek Pakistan last year.Concerns have been expressed by some US diplomatic officials about China’s role in providing nuclear energy to Pakistan.
Pakistan still remains to be one of the few developing nations which is still pursuing civilian nuclear energy options since the Fukushima disaster in Japan in 2011.
With three operative nuclear power plants, Pakistan has turned to China for help in expanding the capacity of these plants. Efforts are underway to double the size of the Chashma Nuclear Power Plant in Punjab, as well as to build the new Karachi reactors.
“The risks are there. You cannot discount them, but you prepare for them,” said Khawaja Asif, Pakistan’s water, power and defense minister. “We are a nuclear power, so don’t underestimate us,” he added.
The ACP-1000 reactor was developed by China and cost about $5 billion each to build. The design of the reactor is based on one that France built in China in the 1980s.
Despite Pakistan’s refusal to sign the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and the international ban on the transfer of nuclear technology to Pakistan, the China National Nuclear Corporation will still be supplying the ACP-1000 reactor to Pakistan.
“We are going to be the guinea pigs,” - Haram, Haram, Woe is Me said Arif Belgaumi, a Karachi architect who wants the international community to pay closer attention to the government’s plans.
“China’s expanding civilian nuclear cooperation with Pakistan raises concerns and we urge China to be transparent regarding this cooperation,” the US Embassy said in a statement on Thursday.
Of particular concern with supplying Pakistan with the reactors is the threat of terrorism with Karachi’s long history of security lapses. If a major attack or accident were to occur at a nuclear power plant, activists said there would be unimaginable chaos.
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Postby A_Gupta » 06 Mar 2015 17:48

http://tribune.com.pk/story/848462/kara ... ct-report/
HYDERABAD: The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for a portion of the planned Karachi-Lahore Motorway, a part of the Pakistan-China Economic Corridor, has hit a snag. The public hearing on Thursday for the Rs260 billion 301-kilometer Hyderabad-Sukkur section of the motorway stopped short of vetoing the EIA.


This section of the Karachi-Lahore Motorway’s three-lane dual carriageway will start from Hyderabad and Jamshoro districts. It will end in Sukkur near Nara Canal after passing through Matiari, Shaheed Benazirabad and Khairpur districts.

Seven interchanges, 17 long and eight small bridges on the Indus river and the canals, besides a full-depth asphalt pavement and an unspecified number of flyovers and underpasses, will be built. The road will run parallel to the existing two-lane National Highway and one-lane Indus Highway. The construction is scheduled to be completed in 36 months.

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Postby arun » 06 Mar 2015 18:55

X Posted from the “Pakistani Role In Global Terrorism” thread.

Originating in Islamic Republic of Pakistan, UK born Chemistry Teacher Jamshed Javeed jailed for attempt to indulge in Mohammadden Terrorism. Being born outside the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and being educated was clearly not enough to drum out the Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s national predilection for indulging in Mohammadden Terrorism:

Chemistry teacher Jamshed Javeed jailed for Syria jihad plan

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Postby Prem » 06 Mar 2015 22:13

Sartaj Aziz admits no breakthrough in talks with India
Ganje Ke Sirr Mey Khaj/ Chinese KMPD
OSAMABAD: The adviser to prime minister on foreign affairs and national security, Sartaj Aziz, admitted on Friday there was no breakthrough in the recently held talks between India and Pakistan on foreign secretary level, however, he said these talks have opened path for future negotiations.
“There was no date fixed for the next round of talks," Sartaj Aziz told media after attending book launching ceremony of General (retd) Abdul Majeed in Islamabad.Responding to a question, the national security adviser said Chinese President is not coming to Pakistan on March 23rd (to attend the Pakistan day parade), however, will visit Pakistan soon. “The dates for the trio are being negotiated through diplomatic channels between the two countries,” Aziz confirmed.IT is perhaps a testament to the hopes and dreams of many in the region that an overnight stopover in Pakistan, squeezed between visits to Dhaka and Kabul, by a senior Indian bureaucrat can still generate so much interest.Indian Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar’s visit to Islamabad may have been billed by the Indian government as part of a so-called Saarc yatra, but it was always going to be bilateral issues that dominated the agenda in Islamabad.
For the Pakistani side, the main interest was likely to try and determine how the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi {Pakistan exist on Indian Validation} is planning to address the bilateral relationship in the immediate future.Is the approach to remain wrapped up in the broader Saarc context, a sign that Mr Modi is content to let ties remain frozen, or is the Saarc emphasis really to provide domestic political cover while Mr Modi engages Pakistan and seeks some genuine progress on the major issues?For New Delhi, the main interest was likely to determine whether the military-dominated, but civilian-fronted Pakistani policy on India is willing to address its concerns about regional terrorism and India-centric militants tolerated by Pakistan.What is discussed behind closed doors though will eventually be reflected in the public positions. If the resumption of full-spectrum talks is the goal, then this hesitant dance dubbed as ‘talks for talks’ is well worth the effort.In truth, on some issues there is really little of substance left to negotiate — Sir Creek and Siachen in particular. And much depends on political will. So how the talks are structured may in fact determine what the outcomes are.Mr Modi has already shown his petulant side by cancelling foreign secretary-level talks last year and the state here has shown its intransigence over the Mumbai attacks-related trials. Political leadership is what’s needed, but will it materialise?

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Postby Peregrine » 06 Mar 2015 22:46

Jhujar wrote:Sartaj Aziz admits no breakthrough in talks with India
Ganje Ke Sirr Mey Khaj/ Chinese KMPD
Mr Modi has already shown his petulant side by cancelling foreign secretary-level talks last year and the state here has shown its intransigence over the Mumbai attacks-related trials. Political leadership is what’s needed, but will it materialise?


Jhujar Ji :

Indeed Political leadership is what's needed in Pakistan, but with the Baton Twirling Jack Booted martinet having got Nawaz by the short and curlies can only think like a khaki i.e. without any Political nous.

Modi, The Cat, is going to play with all the Mice be they Sartaj Aziz, the good Sharif or the bad Sharrif. We are in for Interesting Times.
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Postby Kashi » 07 Mar 2015 06:11

Jhujar wrote:there was no breakthrough in the recently held talks between India and Pakistan on foreign secretary level, however, he said these talks have opened path for future negotiations.
[b]“There was no date fixed for the next round of talks," Sartaj Aziz told media


And contrast this with

Chinese President is not coming[/size] to Pakistan on March 23rd (to attend the Pakistan day parade), however, will visit Pakistan soon. “The dates for the trio are being negotiated through diplomatic channels between the two countries,” Aziz confirmed.


Remember that Pakis lose no opportunity to elevate their ehh and dee especially vis-a-vis India. What senile Aziz doesn't say is as important as what he did stutter out

1. Jaishankar made no offer, commitment or suggestions to resume bilateral talks or even discuss the possibility of talks resuming in the near future.

2. Pakis got trolled big time with the SAARC yatra- all that gloating about Obama armtwisting Modi and it came down to a transit halt in Slumbad enroute to Kabul :rotfl:
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Postby SSridhar » 07 Mar 2015 06:28

This Pakistani trait of exponentially increasing and visibly displaying its swagger and bravado at the skightest 'perceived' turn of events in its favour is all well known to us. It is again a practice from the All India Muslim League & Jinnah days. I don't know if it goes any deeper than that. But, Pakistan never realizes that Allah Ta'aala has been singularly cruel to it.

And, I totally agree with the following assessment of Peregrine ji
Peregrine wrote:Modi, The Cat, is going to play with all the Mice be they Sartaj Aziz, the good Sharif or the bad Sharrif. We are in for Interesting Times.
The usual Pakistani approach towards India (past INC, Vajpayee, Gujral et al) will not work anymore with Modi.

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Postby Rupesh » 07 Mar 2015 08:34

Been there

at the age of 96 – Lt Gen (r) Majeed Malik still remembers his childhood in a village near Chakwal.

In his yet-to-be-released memoir titled Hum Bhee Wahan Maujood Thay, (I was there too) – the veteran soldier and politician gives concise and candid accounts of events that shaped the destiny of Pakistan.

Among them is an insider story of the Kargil debacle. He holds Gen (r) Pervez Musharraf, Lt Gen Mehmood, commander of 10 Corps, Maj Gen Javed Hassan, commander Northern Areas, and Lt Gen Tauqeer Zia, director general of military operations, responsible for the botched operation. But he did not absolve Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif entirely of what happened before, during and after the operation.



Gen Malik says he was commanding the 12th Division in 1975 when he received a midnight call from Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. The prime minister informed him of his new duties as chief of general staff, and hinted that he might succeed then Chief of Army Staff Gen Tikka Khan. Gen Malik was sixth in the seniority list of serving generals, while Gen Ziaul Haq was the seventh.

According to Gen Malik, the Attock Mutiny Case provided Gen Zia an opportunity to develop good ties with Prime Minister Bhutto. Some young officers, deeply disgruntled because of the Fall of Dhaka, had tried to dislodge his government. The conspiracy was detected and all perpetrators were arrested. Gen Zia was chosen to try the accused. Since the prime minister was taking an extraordinary interest in the trial, Gen Zia used to update him every evening.

Once, Prime Minister Bhutto was visiting Multan city, he recalls. Gen Zia, then Corps Commander of Multan, ordered all the officers to line up on both sides of the road to welcome the prime minister.

Then, Gen Zia announced making the prime minister an honorary colonel-in-chief of the Armoured Corps.




The author dedicates a whole chapter to the first military coup in Pakistan. He admits he was among those who executed the martial law while serving as chief of staff of planning at the General Headquarters. He say there had been a consensus between Iskander Mirza and Ayub Khan that martial law should be imposed. Several other senior army officers, including Gen Yahya Khan, Gen Abdul Hameed, Brig Attiqur Rehman and Brig Pirzada, were part of the plan.

It was Gen Malik who had been given the responsibility of transferring the documents and details of the plan to Karachi, then federal capital of Pakistan. There was risk involved, because Ayub Khuhro was the defence minister in Prime Minister Feroz Khan Noon’s cabinet. Mr Khuhro belonged to Sindh and could have jeopardized the entire plan. Just before leaving, Gen Malik asked Brig Attiqur Rehman: “Sir, I understood that if I am caught I would be the only one to face the music. Rest would easily escape.” Brig Rehman replied: “Yes, you have understood it correctly.”


Soon after the military coup, Iskander Mirza and Ayub Khan developed serious differences. In fact, several generals wanted to curtail the powers of President Mirza. Once, Mirza called the Brigade Commander of Malir Cantt and asked him to arrest some generals. The call was intercepted, he says, and Gen Ayub made his decision to get rid of the president. Gen Malik was tasked to obtain the official letterhead of the President of Pakistan, which he did through the president’s military secretary. A resignation was typed on behalf of President Iskandar Mirza, of course without his knowledge. Ayub then sent three of his trusted generals to get it signed. President Mirza was shocked to look at the resignation letter. :((

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Postby Virendra » 07 Mar 2015 09:03

Lately the Pakis have been playing victim too much - 'India starts firing', 'India calls soldiers for flag meet and fires', 'India blames us falsely', 'India doesn't talk', 'India using US-Russia to warn China-Pak' ... bla bla ... :roll:

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Postby partha » 07 Mar 2015 09:08

Virendra wrote:Lately the Pakis have been playing victim too much - 'India starts firing', 'India calls soldiers for flag meet and fires', 'India blames us falsely', 'India doesn't talk', 'India using US-Russia to warn China-Pak' ... bla bla ... :roll:

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Postby UlanBatori » 07 Mar 2015 23:52

Time to sink the Pakistan Navy and Coast Guard

One good day's work should do it. Would save a lot of headaches with the Sri Lankans too.

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Postby Shreeman » 08 Mar 2015 00:04

UlanBatori wrote:Time to sink the Pakistan Navy and Coast Guard

One good day's work should do it. Would save a lot of headaches with the Sri Lankans too.


It is a hundred miles of border near sir creek. Why cant the coast guard go park at the boundary?

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Postby A_Gupta » 08 Mar 2015 03:12

Attributed to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto: "There is a Bangladesh hidden behind every bush in India".

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Postby A_Gupta » 08 Mar 2015 03:26

http://customstoday.com.pk/pakistan-rai ... comotives/
LAHORE: The Pakistan Railways has inducted 15 new locomotives into its fleet, taking the number of functional locomotives to 268.

These locomotives have been purchased from China.


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Postby Shreeman » 08 Mar 2015 03:41

^^ This is actually very old news, certainly from last year. Wonder why its been rehashed with a new date.

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Postby ramana » 08 Mar 2015 03:52

Beyond the physical 3 Mile zone is the Djinn powered force field zone which will protect the Krachi residents from reactor accidents.

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Postby ArmenT » 08 Mar 2015 03:54

A_Gupta wrote:Attributed to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto: "There is a Bangladesh hidden behind every bush in India".

Have no idea what that means, but here are a couple more quotes in the same vein:
Asif Ali Zardari, (former) President of Pakistan wrote: There is a Pakistani in every Indian...

Nirupama Subramaniam, former Pakistan-based correspondent for The Hindu newspaper wrote: Pakistanis must locate the Indian within themselves, and Indians must discover their inner Pakistani.

anupmisra, mango brfite wrote:I discover my inner Pakistani every morning and flush it with the aid of a cup of ginger-tea!

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Postby Peregrine » 08 Mar 2015 03:57

A_Gupta wrote:http://customstoday.com.pk/pakistan-railways-induct-15-new-locomotives/
LAHORE: The Pakistan Railways has inducted 15 new locomotives into its fleet, taking the number of functional locomotives to 268.

These locomotives have been purchased from China.
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A_Gupta Ji :

Please check the Cwapistan Railways Locomotives on this "Train Spotters' Site"

Pakistan Railways Locomotives Photo Gallery

Compare with the “Latest” Chinese Arrivals. Note the Pitting on the Buffers also on the Red painted Vertical Plate.

IMO these are 25 Years – if not more – Chinese Locomotives “Refurbished, Repainted and sold to Cwapistan.

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Postby Shreeman » 08 Mar 2015 04:00

Peregrine wrote:
A_Gupta wrote:http://customstoday.com.pk/pakistan-railways-induct-15-new-locomotives/
quote]LAHORE: The Pakistan Railways has inducted 15 new locomotives into its fleet, taking the number of functional locomotives to 268.

These locomotives have been purchased from China.
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A_Gupta Ji :

Please check the Cwapistan Railways Locomotives on this "Train Spotters' Site"

Pakistan Railways Locomotives Photo Gallery

Compare with the “Latest” Chinese Arrivals. Note the Pitting on the Buffers also on the Red painted Vertical Plate.

IMO these are 25 Years – if not more – Chinese Locomotives “Refurbished, Repainted and sold to Cwapistan.

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Peregrine,

This too is common knowledge. These are "reconditioned" at the end of service life in china. The korean locomotives that came before these were similarly 20 year olds "revitalized" at their retirement from korean rail.

The 268 is fictitious as well. It counts recent purchases by expected life and not functional engines right now.

edit -- the 15 were claimed new and not reconditioned.

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Postby saip » 08 Mar 2015 04:08

Nirupama Subramaniam, former Pakistan-based correspondent for The Hindu newspaper wrote:
Pakistanis must locate the Indian within themselves, and Indians must discover their inner Pakistani.


I thought all Indians have pakistani in them. Only thing is they get rid of him every morning.

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Postby arshyam » 08 Mar 2015 04:42

Maybe she was referring to the importance of good bowel movements every morning :rotfl:

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Postby Shreeman » 08 Mar 2015 04:44

Does ginger tea really help?

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Postby SSridhar » 08 Mar 2015 05:42

A_Gupta wrote:Attributed to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto: "There is a Bangladesh hidden behind every bush in India".

Didn't the secular socialist ZAB (or one of his speech writers) lift that from the Koran which warns the Believers of a Jew hiding behind every rock?

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Postby Shreeman » 08 Mar 2015 05:58

It is not clear the good book actually says this. It seems to be an interpretation.

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Postby Prem » 08 Mar 2015 09:11

A_Gupta wrote:Attributed to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto: "There is a Bangladesh hidden behind every bush in India".


Ha, Little he knew , There is Armitage standing behind every Mush in Pakistan !

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Postby SSridhar » 08 Mar 2015 10:08

Shreeman wrote:It is not clear the good book actually says this. It seems to be an interpretation.

To be fair to the good Book, Shreeman, everything culled from that, including the four schools of thought, is an interpretation only because nobody understands the archaic Arabic.

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Postby chetak » 08 Mar 2015 10:33

Jhujar wrote:


sirji,

are we clear on what precisely the islamic guy is actually saying?? or have we been carried away by some aman BS??

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Postby Shreeman » 08 Mar 2015 10:38

SSridhar wrote:
Shreeman wrote:It is not clear the good book actually says this. It seems to be an interpretation.

To be fair to the good Book, Shreeman, everything culled from that, including the four schools of thought, is an interpretation only because nobody understands the archaic Arabic.


Fair duece. Why are the predators looking behind the rocks then, instead of vice versa. Ulema need to teach the rock hiding business properly, its not for momeen.

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Postby Murugan » 08 Mar 2015 13:22

Laal Hasan ka

Hara Hussain ka

Safed Hazrat Ali ka

Charkha - Syedna ka hai...

Ban gaya Shia bhaio ka tiranga...

Parcham laherata hai to numanindagi karta hai...kiski ?

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Postby Peregrine » 08 Mar 2015 15:11

Sartaj Aziz Begging for an Invitation to Visit India
ISLAMABAD: Advisor to Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz said on Sunday that Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary will visit India when his counterpart will invite him for the resumption of dialogue process between the two countries.

Really? :rotfl:
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Postby Gagan » 08 Mar 2015 17:00

I doubt that this crowd is pakistani.

I have my reasons.

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Postby Gagan » 08 Mar 2015 17:04

There is some level of shia persecution in all sunni muslim countries.
They are subjected to ridicule and hatered during hajj. There have been terrible riots in mecca and madina as a result of this. The saudi authorities openly discriminate, segregate their tent cities, have an extra ring of armed police deployed around shia residential tent cities.

I guess India is where they are free to practice, flourish, live in peace as they please, along with everyone else.

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Postby Paul » 08 Mar 2015 19:23

Paki Ranger's chief coming End of month for talks. Another attempt to give figment of imagination that talks are on.

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Postby svenkat » 08 Mar 2015 19:36

The person who has uploaded the video Zeshan Moosavi seems to be from Bhagyanagari,Dakshinapatha.Seems to me the crowd is Indian shias who seem ecstatic that Jana Gana Mana was inspired by Hussein Ali.(with my limited knaalij of 'horde' language).Its another thing that Tagore composed that poem in honour of King George Vs coronation.

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Postby Atri » 08 Mar 2015 19:50

It is interesting if this guy is really a paki. Major taqleef for sunnis. But then giving this taqreer in pakiland will be injurious to shia health. But then again, shias are living dangerously in pakiland anyways.

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Postby ranjbe » 08 Mar 2015 20:48

Article on a new film by a Swede about relationship between Norwegians and Swedes in WP. What really is amusing is the following:
"It an interview with Variety, Sandahl explained why he felt he needed to make the film. "Now the Norwegians call us the 'paki-swedes' or the 'new poles,' the immigrant workers," he explained. "But the weird thing is that even though it is the biggest Swedish emigration in modern time – bigger than the boats to America in the late 1800’s – you don’t hear about it on the news, you don’t read about it."
Bakis must be thrilled - use of Paki as a synonym for unwanted immigrant in English-speaking world.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2015/03/07/a-new-film-shows-us-scandinavians-arent-so-nice-after-all/?tid=hpModule_04941f10-8a79-11e2-98d9-3012c1cd8d1e

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

Postby chaanakya » 08 Mar 2015 22:37

Paul wrote:Paki Ranger's chief coming End of month for talks. Another attempt to give figment of imagination that talks are on.



Ahh looks like rangers are being slaughtered like pigs by kafirs more than they care to ack publicly but unable to ignore.


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