Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2015

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby shiv » 23 Dec 2015 20:09

SBajwa wrote:
Bakistanis are good in one thing: Putting paint on stuff, like red tipped missiles. I have met many many Bakistanis in the US, most are barely "fairer" than average desi 'fair skin' which is an almond brown complexion (still very much fairer than my own


You should compare Bakis with only North West Indians (Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal, Kashmir, Delhi) and not with people from South India or East India.


No in fact Pakis do not talk about their Bihar and UP heritage they have and Sindh is full of kaalus. It is the Pakjabi who boasts of his colour and the Pakhtuns and Kashmiris are similar.
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Postby Peregrine » 23 Dec 2015 20:20

Woman’s illegal travel lands PIA men in trouble
LAHORE: The PIA management has suspended two officials from service for ‘three days’ for allowing a woman passenger to travel to Dubai from Pakistan on her son’s passport.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Virendra » 23 Dec 2015 20:42

Gagan wrote:India has been shockingly open in opening up the most downtrodden, the dirtiest underbelly for all to see.
Weather it is confidence or neglect, this is one situation where at least the "log kya kahenge" malaise hasn't yet bitten.

For the world's largest and very successful democracy to openly show decrepit schools, worn out wooden tables and makeshift cardboard covers and booths during elections to the world, was initially a little embarrsing to me, but gradually I've relished the fact that this democracy works at the grassroot level!
And India is loved universally for just this openness - its scars, pimples, and dirty underbelly nonwithstanding.

That openness also has its benefits. Those who hide their pimples in loads of makeup.. and hide it not just from the world but themselves; are cultivating guilt, complex, tension, multiple personality disorders.
When such pimples burst forth or other diseases take over. The very stress of managing so many lies and seeing some of them exposed - can be very very fatal.
Even a beggar at peace with himself has better chances of survival.

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Postby ArmenT » 23 Dec 2015 20:48

Lisa wrote:Surajji,

Read your post and these 2 articles came to mind,

India's visa policy is affecting British businesses and universities

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre ... tani-orgin

and from the same man

India's visa rule is unfairly persecuting innocent Pakistanis

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre ... pakistanis

and lo behold today,

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-35128684

What's sauce for the goose must be .........................

And another one from yesterday:
http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/dec/22/us-stops-british-muslim-family-flight-disneyland-david-cameron
The names appear to be of Pakistani origin.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Avinash R » 23 Dec 2015 21:02

Regarding visas and stuff, during sonia and her slave manmohan's UPA rule pakistanis were allowed to marry indians, get citizenship, contest elections, win them and lecture to us that we should give more citizenships to pakistanis.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 463804.cms

Keep in mind these are the same ahmediyyas which were in the forefront during the making of Bakistan and now after getting massacred in Bakistan for not being pure muslim are seeking to migrate back into India.

These people treated Hindus as sub-humans and now when their fellow muslims in Bakistan gave them the sharia treatment these parasites are back to feed on our blood and inject the poison of Islam in us.


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Postby Falijee » 23 Dec 2015 21:14

Baby girl dies after being 'denied entry' at Civil Hospital during Bilawal visit
KARACHI:
A ten-month-old girl died on Wednesday as doors of one of Karachi’s biggest public medical facility, Civil Hospital, were closed as part of security measures taken for Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s visit.

Very sad, if confirmed to be true :cry:


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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Avinash R » 23 Dec 2015 21:52

The Bakistani slaves of the arab bandit are coming to India

Thousands of Pakistani Ahmadis head to India for annual conference
Pakistan’s Ahmadiyya Muslims are heading to India to attend the community’s annual convention which will take place in Qadian, Punjab.The convention will run from December 26th to December 28th.More than 25,000 delegates from all over the world are expected to attend the 124th Jalsa Salana (Annual Convention).

For over three decades now Pakistan’s Ahmadis have been annually making their way to India through Wagah Border. The practice was set in motion after Pakistani Government banned Ahmadiyya gatherings in 1984.

In Qadian preparations are in full swing to accommodate the thousands of Pakistani guests. A special bus service has also been initiated to transport Pakistani guests from Wagha border to Qadian. Safety Inspections of the event venue are also being carried out with the help of local and central Government. The event venue will also house temporary TV studios which will be used to record and translate event proceedings for the community’s satellite channel MTA.


https://www.rabwah.net/thousands-of-pak ... onference/

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Postby Avinash R » 23 Dec 2015 21:55

College seats reserved for students from across LoC
Published in Dawn, December 23rd, 2015

MUZAFFARABAD: Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) government would reserve seats for students from across the Line of Control in Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Cadet College in Pallandari on the pattern of its medical colleges.

This was announced by AJK Prime Minister Chaudhry Abdul Majeed while chairing the meeting of college’s Board of Governors here on Tuesday.

The government would also pick up the admission costs as well as monthly tuition fees of such students, he declared.

Minister for Higher Education Muhammad Matloob Inqilabi, opposition PML-N lawmaker Dr Najeeb Naqi and other concerned officials attended the meeting.

Participants were briefed by cadet college Principal Brig (retired) Sardar Khurshid Ahmed about his institution’s performance and problems.

The meeting constituted a committee, headed by additional chief secretary (development), to look into those issues and suggest solutions.


http://www.dawn.com/news/1228269/colleg ... across-loc

Good oppurtunity to inflitrate Hindus, Sikhs from Kashmir and Buddhists from Ladakh into Bakistan.


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Postby Avinash R » 23 Dec 2015 22:02

No laws made for minorities’ rights in three decades
IKRAM JUNAIDI — UPDATED ABOUT 12 HOURS AGO

ISLAMABAD: During the last three decades no legislation was made to protect the rights of minorities in Pakistan. Moreover, through the 18th constitutional amendment in 2010, the chapter relating to minorities was handed over to provinces, further narrowing the scope for them.

This was stated by Advocate Ali Imran at a ‘consultative meeting on draft bills on hate crimes and births, deaths and marriages’ organised by an NGO, Pattan, at a local hotel on Tuesday.

He said most of the legislation on minorities was made in the 19th century and later incorporated into the Constitution.

The Constitution says that every citizen has equal rights, while under Article 36, the state shall safeguard the interests and rights of minorities. However, during the last three decades, no legislation was made to protect the rights of minorities, he said.

Mr Imran, who played a role in drafting the bills, said the environment was now suitable to table the bills in parliament, claiming 78 parliamentarians had been taken on board over the rights of minorities and hate speeches.

He said the major reason for violence against minorities was hate speech, adding there is no definition of a biased motivated crime. Social media is being used for hate crimes, he added.

“We have suggested that there should be punishment for hate speech on the social media. Moreover, political parties should be bound to give tickets to minorities on general seats.”

He said five per cent of the winnable seats should be given to minorities and out of these two per cent should be allotted to women.

The registration of births, weddings and deaths is also a big issue. “Churches don’t provide the record of weddings to the National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) due to which we have suggested that through the legislation the churches should be bound to provide the record to Nadra,” he said.

A representative of Bahai community, who requested not to be named, told Dawn that minorities dont want a stamp from parliament to prove their marriage or that their children are legal.

“When someone get married abroad they are required by the concerned embassy to show a marriage certificate thats issued by Nadra. However, Nadra refuses to register the marriage,” he said.

In Pakistan, legislation takes time, so there should be an arrangement under which the marriage certificate should be issued by Nadra.

He said under an executive order Nadra can be directed to issue marriage certificates to minorities and if there is any doubt it can be counter-attested by the ministry of minorities.

“Moreover, if a bill has to be tabled in parliament, it should be for all minorities not just for Christians,” he said.

However, Mr Imran said wedding record of Muslims was registered with the union councils and sent to Nadra as they have family laws. Similarly, in the bill there is a mention of the church because except for Christians, no other minority community has family laws.

Social activist Dr Rakhshinda Parveen said mostly laws about Muslim women were discussed but no one spoke about minority women.

“Rights of women belonging to minorities and their issues such as dowry should also be taken into consideration while drafting a bill,” she said.

Asia Foundation’s Nadia Tariq Ali said there was an urgent need to address issues of the minorities because their problems were continuously increasing.

“Recently, the CDA submitted a report to the Supreme Court that Islamabad’s demography was changing because of the arrival of Christians in the city,” she said.

Deputy director of the foundation Amina Elahi said consultations were underway to collect recommendations which would be incorporated in the draft bills.


http://www.dawn.com/news/1228209/no-law ... ee-decades

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Abhay_S » 24 Dec 2015 00:29

sorry to bring Kirket in this thread. but looks like Mhd Amirs visa for England was rejected and New Zelands is also doubtfull as he has a criminal record. Is he eligible for Indian visa? come March we will hear how the evil Yindoos have denied this taaleent the right to stardom etc..

http://www.espncricinfo.com/pakistan/content/story/954523.html

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Postby Falijee » 24 Dec 2015 02:51

Legal Troubles For The Ex Mrs Imran Khan :mrgreen:
Reham Khan replies to ex-husband’s legal notice
SLAMABAD: Anchor­person Reham Khan has dismissed as baseless her first former husband Dr Ejazur Rehman’s claim which he made in a legal notice. :roll:

Ms Khan allegedly made defamatory remarks against Mr Rehman during an interview to a TV channel.

Advocate Khurram Hashmi replied to the legal notice on behalf of Ms Khan on Monday, saying that Mr Rehman’s claim was baseless. According to the reply, Ms Khan had spoken in her interview about domestic violence in general and it was not specifically about Mr Rehman.

The civil suit was filed in Bartania and therefore the ex Mrs Imran Khan will not have recourse to Paki judges, Paki (corrupt) system ; it appears that her goose is cooked again! :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 24 Dec 2015 03:16

"Container Qadri" -The Shopping Mall Cleric - Escapes Canadian Winter, Lands In La-Whore And Starts Demanding Army Deployment In Pakjab :mrgreen:
Qadri demands army deployment in Punjab!
LAHORE - Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahirul Qadri yesterday demanded deployment of army and Rangers to ensure law and order in Punjab.
Talking to media on his arrival at Lahore airport from Canada, he said the families of the martyrs of Model Town were awaiting Rangers in the province. He said corruption brigade in Sindh wanted to fail law enforcers in restoration of peace in Karachi and same was happening in Punjab.

Enjoys "preaching" inside Canadian Shopping Malls in summer (outside weather is good ) and "escapes" to Pakiland to avoid the "terrible Canadian winter" ; does a little bit of political showbaazi to time pass and returns back to home base in spring, when he cannot stand the (political) heat in Pakhanistan. Ably assisted by by his side-kick Sheikh Rashid ( who is reputed to have a voracious appetite for Pindi Chana ) :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Prem » 24 Dec 2015 05:45

Pakistan's participation in 34-country military alliance voluntary: Sartaj Aziz :wink:

GUBO Nahi Paki willingly Karwata hai. Jelly Mukh Pey Nahi, Mush Mey Lagwata Hai: Jo Bhi Karo Khushi Se Kar Paki, Apne Baap Ka Kya Jaata Hai

SLAMABAD: Advisor to the Prime Minister (PM) on National Security and Foreign Affairs (NSA) Sartaj Aziz today said that participation in Saudi Arabia’s 34-country alliance against terror outfits, was voluntarily and not under any agreement.While talking to the media persons after unveiling of feature film ‘Journey into Europe’, Sartaj Aziz said that country’s policy and interest would be kept in mind for participation in the alliance. He said that Pakistan agrees with the reason behind forming a large-scale alliance. However, the decision would be taken after taking into account country’s policy.The NSA said that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif would visit Afghanistan in December. Whereas he said that Pakistan-India foreign secretary-level talks would be held in January, he added. Aziz said that steering committee’s meeting participants of which include Pakistan, United States, China and Afghanistan would be held in the coming month. The meeting would review Afghanistan peace process, he added.

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Postby Falijee » 24 Dec 2015 07:52

Facebook page linked to Taliban and Al Qaeda was registered to same address as British Muslim father OF PAKI ORIGIN :mrgreen: whose Disneyland trip was blocked by Homeland Security
Mohammad Tariq Mahmood tried to travel from Gatwick Airport to LA
He, his brother and nine children were stopped on the orders of the US
Mr Mahmood says the family were barred 'because we are Muslim'
He dismissed Facebook account claiming links to Al Qaeda and Taliban
It was set up by someone who has lived at the family's postal address :roll:
A British Muslim father whose planned Disneyland trip was ruined when he and his family were barred from boarding a flight to the U.S. has now been forced to distance himself from a Facebook account claiming links to Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
Mohammad Tariq Mahmood, 41, his brother and their children, aged between eight and 19, said they were stopped at the departure gate at Gatwick airport and told their visas to the US had been revoked.
He claimed the family were barred from flying 'because they are Muslim'.
However, it has since emerged that a Facebook page claiming links to radical Islamist groups was set up by someone who has lived at the family's postal address, according to ITV News.
The account, which includes information suggesting it may have been published as a joke, was in the name of Hamza Hussain - a first name shared by Mr Mahmood's 18-year-old son. It reportedly lists the job titles 'supervisor at Taliban and leader at al-Qaeda'.
Social media "joke" gone awry? :twisted:
When asked about the account, Mr Mahmood believed hackers may have been to blame, adding: 'That could be anything, maybe a mistake.'
He said: 'It is not my son's Facebook page. It has a similar name, but not the same as my son's.
'The page is also linked to our home address and that could be coincidence. I don't know why it is linked there. The name is not even the same. The authorities must have linked it simply because of the name Hamza.'Taqiyya at play here ? :roll:
It was understood that the wives of Mr Mahmood and his brother had stayed at home for the trip because one of them was ill and one of the children did not have a valid passport.
But it is now believed that Mr Mahmood's wife was in Pakistan at the time.Ah ha- the inevitable Paki connection !
Mr Mahmood, who is from north-west London, has called on David Cameron to demand an explanation from the American authorities (the amreekees have to protect their homeland from the likes of Tafseen Malik and therefore they are within their rights when they suspect something; therefore, this "gentleman" cannot direct others to "demand" anything on his behalf ) and is seeking a refund for the cost of the airline tickets to Los Angeles.
Gym owner Mr Mahmood said the family were going to a reunion with his family in California after 15 years and hoped to visit Disneyland and other tourist sites.
The party were forced to hand back their duty free items with the children in tears.
He said: 'We had been planning the trip for four to five months and my kids had countdowns on their phones.
'It had been about ten or fifteen years since we'd had the whole family together.
Our flight was on Tuesday last week and it was meant to leave at 12:35 in the afternoon. We'd checked in and we'd bought things in duty free.'We were waiting in the queue at the gate and we were very close to getting on the plane.
'Then an announcement said they wanted to speak to Mr Mohammad. There was no one else of Asian origin or who looked Muslim so I knew it was me.
'A gentleman said he was from British Border Control and he had a border control jacket on.
'He said there was something wrong with my ESTA [Electronic System for Travel Authorization] and that I wouldn't be able to board. I had made sure we had our ESTAs cleared six weeks ago so I couldn't think what could be wrong.
'I asked why we weren't allowed to board. I had to be persistent. He wouldn't tell me why and said he didn't know at first.
They can't react like that just because we are Muslim. We are decent people. My kids are obviously upset.
Mohammad Mahmood
'He finally said they had had a call from Washington DC from homeland security and that I wasn't allowed to board. He wouldn't tell me anything more.'
Mr Mahmood later said his brother was refused entry to Tel Aviv when he flew there eight years ago, but the family were unsure whether that was linked to their refusal to fly last week.
Mr Mahmood, who was born in Pakistan, ( the connection again :mrgreen: !) came to the UK when he was just 12, when his father came to work as a chartered accountant.
Stella Creasy, Labour MP in the Mahmood family's home constituency of Walthamstow, says she has failed to get a response from the US Embassy about their treatment.

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Postby Haresh » 24 Dec 2015 17:17

Here's the biggest international security challenge of 2016 that nobody is talking about

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/indepth/h ... lsignoutmd

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Postby Avinash R » 24 Dec 2015 18:13

Haresh wrote:Here's the biggest international security challenge of 2016 that nobody is talking about

http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/indepth/h ... lsignoutmd


>Getting Pakistan to agree to any nuclear concessions might prove difficult, particularly in light of the concessions that Iran won from the international community in the July 2015 nuclear deal — gains that Tehran achieved without possessing even a single warhead. Given this precedent, a nuclear breakthrough with Pakistan might have to come as the consequence of some unforeseen event — like another Kashmir escalation, or a political transformation inside of Pakistan.

So this is the future plan. Execute an major terrorist attack in J&K, use the presstitutes in the media to pressurize Modi to not retaliate and then the international community will give Bakistan nuclear status for doing some cosmetic crackdown on terrorists. Another equal-equal with India being enacted.

Well Modi should just stop treating the symptoms of the meccan disease and instead strike at the root cause of the disease. Nuke the HQ of the arab bandits in mecca and put an THE END to this saga of jihadi banditry.

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Postby Haresh » 24 Dec 2015 19:40

Avinash R wrote:strike at the root cause of the disease


I have always thought this and I am glad you agree.
Why beat the monkey when you can kill the organ grinder!

In the event of a nuclear attack on India, it should be sowdi Barbaria that should be the target of retaliation.
They indoctrinate, motivate, finance, protect their attack dog and the master is responsible for the beasts behaviour.
mecca, medina, jeddha, Riyadh and other smaller cities should be targeted as well as of course the other gulf sheikdoms.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby kancha » 24 Dec 2015 20:37

UK: Student lied about rape so she could re-sit ‘failed’ A level

A student who lied that she had been raped twice in order to re-sit an A-level after getting a low mark.

Naima Shereen Mirza (What are the odds :mrgreen: ), 21, claimed she suffered two attacks five months apart by the same man.

But her ‘web of lies and deceit’ that cost thousands to investigate has landed her a two-year prison sentence. :twisted:

When she reported the rapes she even named a man from Perth, central Scotland. However, that was her undoing.

Police knew that the man she accused was already in jail at the time the alleged attacks took place. :rotfl:

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Postby JE Menon » 24 Dec 2015 21:15

http://metro.co.uk/2015/12/23/british-f ... d-5582203/

The Mohammed Tariq Mahmood dude should have been refused only on grounds of chemical overdose.. There's a video interview as well.

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Postby Gagan » 24 Dec 2015 22:32

So his 18 yr old sonny is making websites for terrorists in his house!
One wonders what sort of radical language must be discussed at the dinner table hain ji?

Abbu jaan is covering for his harami sonny onlee

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Postby Falijee » 24 Dec 2015 23:21

JE Menon wrote:http://metro.co.uk/2015/12/23/british-father-speaks-about-how-his-muslim-family-was-barred-from-going-to-disneyland-5582203/

The Mohammed Tariq Mahmood dude should have been refused only on grounds of chemical overdose.. There's a video interview as well.


Menon-ji:

You are most likely referring to STERIODS, in this particular case :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 24 Dec 2015 23:39

Zardari protests "Invasion Of Sind"
Asif Zardari decries 'invasion of Sindh' by federal government
KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday said that the the federal government has compromised on country's founding father Muhammad Ali Jinnah's principle of adherence to the Constitution by 'invading the province of Sindh'. (invoking DJinnah's name is sure to garner a "few" sympathy votes from the Aam Abduls)
In a statement released by PPP's media cell, Zardari warned that the nation will slip into the quagmire of instability and uncertainty if the Constitution was trampled in this manner.
In his message of the eve of the 139th birth anniversary of the father of the nation, Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Zardari called upon the people of Pakistan to adhere to principles set by him in order to banish the militant and extremist mindset.

The interior ministry in a letter to the chief secretary of Sindh made it clear that the paramilitary force would continue to operate in the province with full powers.
PPP leadership reacted with dissent and anger to the decison, with Zardari's spokesman Farhatullah Babar also terming it an invasion of Sindh.

It seems that the non-Pakjabi leadership has been chased out of the country starting with Altaf bhai, the traditional Baloch leadership and now Dus Percenti, who is very astute in reading the "political leaves" and has departed the country. :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby ArmenT » 24 Dec 2015 23:55

JE Menon wrote:http://metro.co.uk/2015/12/23/british-father-speaks-about-how-his-muslim-family-was-barred-from-going-to-disneyland-5582203/

The Mohammed Tariq Mahmood dude should have been refused only on grounds of chemical overdose.. There's a video interview as well.

Check out his shirt in the first picture in the article. 400% RAW Agint onlee!!! Says so on his shirt. Now he'll be banned from travelling to Pakistan as well! :mrgreen:

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Postby Gagan » 25 Dec 2015 02:34

How does an 18 yr old kid in a paki gym owner's house in Englisstaan make websites about alq and orther terrorist organizations hain ji?
Is someone in the family doing something related to these organizations on the sly? Something motivated that 18 yr old.

Anyway in a few years that kid would have caught a flight to syria after doing daura-e-aam or khaas in POK.
So this is a super genuine intercept by the US homeland security.

There is an egg on the faces of Englisstaan, who have been sickular for a very long time now.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Gagan » 25 Dec 2015 04:14

These people of Pakistani origin who are carrying out terrorism worldwide are from the EXACT same pool that the ISI raised, nurtured, armed and encouraged to target India.

Now these guys are creating trouble worldwide

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Postby Vipul » 25 Dec 2015 09:28

Paki star'let' flops in Bollywood, promptly plays the muslim card and claims victimization.

In the world of click-bait attention spans and a fiercely competitive entertainment industry, few would choose not to be taken at face value and stereotyped for their looks alone when it makes progress all the less difficult. And many would misperceive that someone as stunning as actor-model Sabeeka Imam could simply use her looks as a gateway to success. “I was told a pretty face can be banked on,” says an irked Sabeeka.

But for her, it’s all about making a mark through her credentials. “For an actor, recognition and acceptance mean a lot. When a critic points out that I was ‘well-casted’ in a film, it translates as the fact that my acting had no appeal,” she tells The Express Tribune. With modelling assignments in hand, cinema tugging at her heartstrings and all eyes on her, she adds, “Artists are very shy creatures. They are loud around only those they trust. Being stereotyped is the last thing I’d want to be.”

Of British-Pakistani origin, Sabeeka came to the fore only recently. With her face plastered on billboards and hoardings across the country, she has quickly become one of the most known faces in the modelling industry. With that, she has film appearances to her credit in both Bollywood and the UK. But she was never hungry for the limelight and seldom came out against any criticism.

Sabeeka has always been one of those who want to play the “chor and the police” on screen — roles that entail character. But her Bollywood debut was branded as exactly what she always distanced herself from. Vikas Bahl’s Queen was a film that, despite its banal humour, went on to become a commercial and critical success, redefining many of Bollywood’s stereotypical rules of cinema. It was a film shouldered entirely by its female lead, who is treated better by a free-spirited, independent woman abroad than her own family and husband-to-be back home.

The film also brought Sabeeka to the forefront in an avatar few actors of Pakistani origin would dare take up for an Indian movie. “I always wanted to act in a film that had Kangana Ranaut playing the leading lady in any capacity,” she says. Initially, the role of a Middle Eastern belly dancer was what she was roped in for, which soon took the shape of a pole dancer who had migrated to Europe from Pakistan. Excitement turned into nervousness when she was informed about the change of plan. “I have been greatly criticised for that role. I must clarify that I had signed up as a belly dancer (Really, who is she trying to fool by this gullible talk) . My audition (aka Casting Couch :wink: ) was great because I had trained as a dancer when I was young.”

Reminding herself that she is not all about looks, Sabeeka took it up as a challenge. “It was a bold step. It made me uncomfortable on many grounds. I was scared of the reaction, plus, I had never done anything like that on screen before. But had I not done that, what else was there for me?” she states. She finds no reason to have regrets. “It was something different from what I had done. I have only seen a role like this twice in films. I was not comfortable but it was a character … it was no bimbo role.”

She adds that not all’s well for a girl like her to make room in a space such as Bollywood. “I have seen how Muslim girls beg, plead and cry for roles in Bollywood films. They are exploited to a great extent.” In the backdrop of her Pakistani film debut with Jalaibee, she explains how this viewpoint pans out, “In India, they don’t generally let a Muslim get to the top. My life somehow belongs in Pakistan. I will do more movies here (A flop in India is good enough to succeed in Shitland. Besides what else choice do you have? :mrgreen: ) .” Sabeeka fancies more diverse and riveting roles in a reviving industry she joined of her own accord. “I now want to play a more fascinating role, such as that of an intelligent and strong Pakistani wife.” :rotfl:

So basically an A lister in Pakistan gets only a two bit role in Bollywood. Being a Muslim her talent is beyond any doubt.The SDRE indians have not given her the top roles on a platter and hence this is a conspiracy against Muslims.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Brad Goodman » 25 Dec 2015 12:10

Pakistan 4th largest source of remittances to India

Surprising as it may seem, but Indians who have migrated to Pakistan are expected to remit back home a staggering $4.9 billion in 2015.

This would make Pakistan the fourth largest source of India's remittances this year, according to a new study by the World Bank.

Another interesting statistic the study throws out is that the Bangladesh-India corridor ranks third in the list of top migration corridors behind the Mexico–US and the Russia–Ukraine corridors.
Bangladeshi migrants residing in India are expected to remit $4.6 billion back home in the current year.


From rediff. How is this true?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Narad » 25 Dec 2015 12:22

Every Afghan youth should see a bright future in IT — information technology, not international terrorism: PM Modi in Afghanistan

I am pretty convinced that PM and doval ji regularly access BR dictionary. :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby abhishek_sharma » 25 Dec 2015 13:04

Narendra Modi
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Looking forward to meeting PM Nawaz Sharif in Lahore today afternoon, where I will drop by on my way back to Delhi.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby JE Menon » 25 Dec 2015 13:36

Brad Goodman wrote:Pakistan 4th largest source of remittances to India

Surprising as it may seem, but Indians who have migrated to Pakistan are expected to remit back home a staggering $4.9 billion in 2015.

This would make Pakistan the fourth largest source of India's remittances this year, according to a new study by the World Bank.

Another interesting statistic the study throws out is that the Bangladesh-India corridor ranks third in the list of top migration corridors behind the Mexico–US and the Russia–Ukraine corridors.
Bangladeshi migrants residing in India are expected to remit $4.6 billion back home in the current year.


From rediff. How is this true?


A chankiyan baniya may say that we are still making the Paks pay for the Bangladesh genocide.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby johneeG » 25 Dec 2015 13:50

Or it could be Hawala.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby MN Kumar » 25 Dec 2015 13:55

Modi is in Pak on a surprise visit.


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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby Kashi » 25 Dec 2015 14:15

MN Kumar wrote:Modi is in Pak on a surprise visit.


That means most likely no SAARC visit. Or is it otherwise?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby rajpa » 25 Dec 2015 14:23

Lunch in Lahore on the way back home.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Nov 21, 2

Postby JE Menon » 25 Dec 2015 14:38

the symbolism cannot be missed:

1. Out of the blue (first of all) atmospherics
2. Christmas Day diplomacy (in Pak) - a statement about minorities would be interesting.
3. Flying in from Afghanistan
4. Jinnah's Birthday

Of course Modi is surprising the crap out of everybody.


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