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Terroristan - 29 September 2017

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Postby Lisa » 10 Nov 2017 00:05

Falijee wrote:First There Was "Donkey Gosht" In The Bazaars Of La- Whore . Now There Is Croc Meat In South Pakjab !

Two men sentenced for selling crocodile meat in south Punjab

MULTAN – A lower court has awarded sentence and fined to two men involved in selling crocodile meat illegally ( so, is there a legal way too :roll: ) in Kabirwala, area in southern Punjab.
As per the reports, a team of wildlife department caught two men identified as Muhammad Akram and Mazhar during a raid Sarai Sidhu area, days after the officials arrested two persons for selling tortoise meat in Khanewal. The unique and ingenious ways, the Paki Abduls are resorting to , in order to support their families . IMO, croc and tortoise meat may not be "halal fare" under Malsi !


Not the first time a tortoise has met its demise from the same species,

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-17085337

Chinese face deportation for eating rare tortoises

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 00:32

"Terrorists" Fight Paki Fauj On Paki Afghan Border . ISPR Claims That One Sepoy Martyred Killed

Sepoy martyred, Killed ! 5 terrorists killed in exchange of fire on Pak-Afghan border: ISPR

A Pakistan Army sepoy was martyred and five terrorists were reportedly killed when they opened fire on newly established army posts at the Pak-Afghan border, the Army's media wing said on Thursday. The word "martyred" should only be used if you are fighting "kufr". If the "dead terrorists" are presumably pious Pakistani Pushtuns fighting the Pakjabis, how can they be labelled as "kufrs" :roll:
"Exploiting absence of any control in Afghan border areas, terrorists fired on newly established Pakistan posts in Rajgal valley in Khyber Agency at multiple places," the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a press release. The Pushtuns of Khyber Agency are fiercely resisting the fencing of the Durand Line . And they are being labelled as "terrorists" !
Five terrorists were reportedly killed and four injured during exchange of fire while Sepoy Muhammad Ilyas was martyred, according to ISPR. Keep in mind, the source - ISPR . So, it is entirely possible that the "killed terrorists" will be overestimated and the Fauji deaths might be underestimated !
The ISPR in August had announced the conclusion of Khyber-4 operation in the agency which included clearing the areas on the Pakistani side of the border.
Pakistan began fencing the Pak-Afghan border earlier this year to prevent terrorists from crossing into the country from Afghanistan. These are their own Pashtuns who now are branded as "terrorists" and Afghan/ Indian Agents .
The two countries accuse the other of harbouring their militant enemies — both deny the other's charges.
On Tuesday, during the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua maintained that terror groups are not functioning in Pakistan, but operating from across the Pak-Afghan border. "In Afghanistan, 45 per cent of the country is not under government control, which is why the Haqqani network and other terror groups do not need a safe haven in Pakistan," :roll: she said, repeating the state's new refrain on cross-border terrorism.

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Postby Vivek K » 10 Nov 2017 00:39

I thought these were "freedom fighters".

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 00:58

"Doctors Without Borders" Asked To Leave FATA !

Govt shuts down last MSF facility in Fata

Government on Thursday told medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres’ (MSF) to shut its last remaining facility in the impoverished tribal belt bordering Afghanistan, the health organisation said.
The closure ends MSF’s four-year stint in the Bajaur region of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), where healthcare access is limited, and hits 120 staff working there. The move comes seven weeks after the medical charity was ordered to shut down two health facilities it ran for 14 years in the nearby Kurram district, plagued by militancy over the past decade. In the name of "fighting terrorism", the Paki (Pakjabi ) Fauj are killing their own Pashtun brothers and they do not want any foreigners to observe that !
“Healthcare services are very limited in the area and most of our patients cannot afford to pay even for basic medical care,” Azaad Alessandro Alocco, the group’s representative in Pakistan, said in a statement.“As the only major hospital providing free, quality healthcare in the area, the closure of MSF’s activities will leave a major gap and have serious negative implications for the health of people living in Bajaur.” No reason was given for the closure order, it added. The reason for this will be clear once the Bajaur region will be targeted in the name of "fighting terrorism" !
The interior ministry, responsible for the issue of the documents, did not respond to a Reuters’ request for comment.
NGOs and journalists also face restrictions when working in the tribal regions. Security concerns have prompted stiffer conditions in recent years for aid and research organizations that seek permits to work there. :((

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Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 01:16

What Is US Promising Pakistan Behind "Closed Doors" And Behind India's Back :roll:

US to focus on reducing Pak-India tension: Wells

Washington - The new South Asia strategy of the Trump administration focuses on reducing tension between India and Pakistan, a top American diplomat said Wednesday but ruled out any mediator role for the US between the two South Asian neighbours.
“The South Asia strategy also focuses on reducing tensions between Pakistan and India ,” Alice Wells, Acting Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia, told lawmakers during a Congressional hearing on Afghanistan and Pakistan held jointly by House Foreign Affairs Subcommittees for Middle East and North Africa, and Asia and Pacific.
“The United States does not seek a role as a mediator between India and Pakistan, but encourages both countries to restart dialogue at the earliest opportunity. An improved relationship between these two countries is critical to regional security and stability,” Wells told the lawmakers. The Trump administration, she said, is increasingly concerned about the threat to strategic stability in South Asia associated with the introduction of new nuclear capable ballistic or cruise missile systems in the region.“In particular, the region and the world look to both Pakistan and India to safeguard against a nuclear conflict in South Asia,” she said. “In this context, the United States remains concerned about Pakistan’s growing fissile material stockpiles and its expanding and diversifying military nuclear and missile programmes,” Wells said. With India , she told lawmakers that the Trump administration values the role New Delhi can play in global security and stability as part of its shared vision of a free and open Indo-Pacific region. IMO, Pakistan is hoping against hope that the Americans can persuade India to give one more chance and "talk" with Pakistan !
“We also want to work with India to counter terrorist threats. And we see significant economic and business opportunities in both countries that we intend to explore for the benefit of all of our citizens,” she said. The US welcomes the central role of India in the Indo-Pacific region and throughout the world, she said. “Our two democracies have a shared commitment to uphold the rule of law, freedom of navigation, universal values, and free trade,” she said. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also noted that the US views India as a partner for peace in Afghanistan and welcomes India’s economic and development assistance efforts. But according to Pakistan's PM, " he has already ruled out any role for India in Afghanistan" :roll:

IMO, what has happened in the past few days has been the "toning down" of the rhetoric from both sides. Khawaja has kept his "mouth shut". The US on its part has not "warned Pakistan again to mend its ways" and has not threatened aid - cutoff . The Paki Echendee has not been "attacked" so things are cooling off and promises are made behind closed doors . And rumours of separation and divorce are only that . Rumours !

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 06:02

Reverse Discrimination ? Paki Ayesha Accused Of Harassing A " Abdul" On An Aero-plane Flight :shock:

Hania Amir’s Harassment of Male Passenger on Flight Ignites Social Media

Hania Amir is a name known by all who watch movies and TV dramas. She has been making headlines due to her recent performances in Janaan and Na Maloom Afraad 2. But this time the showbiz celebrity is in the news cycle for all the wrong reasons.
Recently, she was on her way to a promotional event in Lahore. During her flight, Hania went online on Snapchat and made a video. To the horror of her fans and followers alike, her behavior during that video left all of them shocked. :roll: Mullah Brigade show take "due note" :D
In the video, Hania is seen harassing a male passenger who was sitting behind her. Every observer could see that the passenger was uncomfortable with the way Hania was harassing him as he tried to get out of her snap frame.The snap had the caption ““This dude is struggling to get out of my photo,” which may have seemed as a harmless joke to her, but rather it has sparked a debate on harassment and all its forms yet again over social media. The Council Of Islamic Ideology Of Pakistan should forthwith issue a cease and desist order ( a fatwa would be more preferable !) to stop this nonsense of social media chit-chat, the last entertainment vehicle- for the youngsters - left in Pakiland :mrgreen:
A lot of people called her out on her behavior. Maybe, this was just a "publicity stunt", which backfired in the Islami environs of Pakiland !

This not- so- innocent Paki Ayesha has now become the "subject" of many lively comments on the social media circuit of Pakiland :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 06:33

More Construction Headaches For The New Isloo Airport :D

New Islamabad Airport Faces Another Controversy Over Dam

The construction of new Islamabad airport doesn’t seem to come to an end soon as new controversies keep coming up. This time it has come to light that Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) awarded a contract to an incompetent and undeserving company. This supposedly new airport has been plagued with controversies ever since the construction started !
As there was a shortage of water available at the construction site of airport, authorities approved the construction of a dam that would supply 3.3 million gallons of water per day.
However, Public Accounts Committee (PAC) was told that CAA hired a company to construct the dam. The company, named “Hassan Construction”, didn’t have the right expertise to perform the job. Would not be surprised if the job was given to someone , - even though a tender may have been floated - who may have the "right connections" but does not have a "clue" as to how to proceed !
However, Public Accounts Committee (PAC) was told that CAA hired a company to construct the dam. The company, named “Hassan Construction”, didn’t have the right expertise to perform the job.Hope that this "newspaper" has documentary evidence to back up its allegations , otherwise it is opening itself to libel action, specially if the said "construction firm" is owned by some very high connected people :mrgreen:
The contract for the dam was worth Rs. 664 million. However, the construction for the airport started with an estimate of Rs. 35 billion but due to unforeseen and deliberate delays the cost has already crossed the Rs. 100 billion figure. Again, the "newspaper" should be "careful" otherwise PEMRA notices will follow :mrgreen:
However, seeing no way around, Secretary Aviation Division had to admit that the contract was awarded based on collusion between the project management officials and CAA. As the proceedings continued, it was also revealed that the consultant company was excluded from the process when CAA was awarding the contract to Hasan Construction, just to keep things quiet.
PAC chairman Syed Khursheed Shad has asked NAB to investigate the case immediately. He also directed the bureau to submit a report within three months.
If the NAB cannot give a report in three months, we would believe that it is also involved in it Wow ! :mrgreen:


PS: With a name like PROPAKISTANI, who would dare accuse this "newspaper" of being ANTI PAKISTAN :twisted:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 06:49

From the same "newspaper"

Say Your Prayers or Go to Jail: Karachi Court Hands Out Unusual Punishment :P

We were taken by surprise when we saw a US judge hand over unique punishments, this time a judge in Karachi also came up with a quirky punishment of his own. This isn’t your normal community services session, no sir.
This might seem a bit bizarre to you, a man in Karachi has been ordered to offer prayers in congregation for three consecutive years. A judge in Karachi handed a unique punishment to Muhammad Yousaf when he was found guilty of carrying unauthorized weapons. What is so unusual about it ? Pakistan being an "Islamic Nation" ( and also according to google chacha, also # 1 in search for "animal poon" :mrgreen: ) every Abdul, Abdi,and Alam is expected to do namaz 5 times a day !
Judge Haleem Ahmed of local session court Karachi put his peculiar stamp on the sentencing. Muhammad Yousaf will have to offer prayers 5 times a day in the local mosque of his community. Imam Mosque will see if the culprit is up to the task or not. Another official of the court has been appointed to collect reports from the Imam on daily basis. In Pakistan, Imams are notorious for "unreliability", and always "hungry" for cash. One can draw the necessary conclusions :mrgreen:
As per the ruling, if the guy misses even a single prayer, he will have to face jail time of seven years along with a Rs. 50,000 fine. In Pakistan, it has been known that Imams bend the rules for the "right consideration" . One can draw the necessary conclusions :mrgreen:
This isn’t the first time that judges have come up with ideas out of the box. A guy in Punjab was asked to clean the streets of his city when he was found guilty of doing drugs.In another rather unique case, a citizen of Karachi was ordered to preach traffic regulations to the public when he confessed to hitting a traffic warden. All this "out of the box" thinking is well and fine only if it meets the Islamic High Standards and the Seal Of Approval set by the Mullahs of Pakistan (ie is it Sharia Compliant !)

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 07:05

Turmoil In Altaf Bhai's MQM !

Farooq Sattar takes back decision to quit MQM-Pakistan, politics

KARACHI: Within a span of a few hours, Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) chief Farooq Sattar withdrew his earlier decision to resign from the party and practical politics, ARY News reported on Thursday.
Sattar, in his first presser, was clarifying that his November 8 announcement of an alliance with rival Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) wasn’t a merger as claimed by PSP chief Mustafa Kamal, soon announced his resignation from the party and practical politics.

Altaf , the MQM Honcho, in an interview in London, termed all this as a "conspiracy" by the Paki Establishment to make him "irrelevant" from Paki politics! He confidently asserted that this saazish will not succeed !

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 16:50

Pakistani Showing His "Pakistaniyat" ( from "self exile") :D

Can Pakistan sue India for causing the smog?

Pakistan should sue India for creating an ecological disaster for Pakistan. Pakistan's farmers are suffering the most because of this Indian-induced environmental destruction.Note for the jobless, and wife-less Indian trolls patrolling the internet to promote their Akhand Bharat ideology: this smog is YOUR fault. NASA knows more than you and your fake news. I won't waste my time responding to you. Be considerate humans and neighbours, and stop this crap from affecting Pakistan. Oh, and #FreeKashmir, you illegal occupying a**holes. :mrgreen: :

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 16:56

In "Open Defiance" Of The Mullahs, Paki Ayeshas Seem To Be On A Roll In This Video Clip :D

PS: Angling for some "Seepack Chinis" for "a way out of hell" :roll:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 17:01

La- Whore "Smog Story" Makes It To Massa's "Prestigious Paper"

Lahore smog has become a fifth season. New York Times

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NYT Caption On The Pic ("forgot" to post earlier) : Street Vendors in Lahore, Pakistan on Monday. "You can actually touch the filth, a resident said :shock: ( Pakiland - Napaak :roll: )
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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 17:14

World Bank "Respectfully Disagrees" With Paki Minister Who Recently "Boasted" That Pakistan Will Become A Economic SuperPower By 2025 :D

World Bank: Pakistan’s macroeconomics conditions have significantly worsened
The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD:
Pakistan’s macroeconomic conditions have significantly worsened in the past one year and heavy reliance on short-term foreign commercial loans can create repayment issues for Islamabad, warned the World Bank on Thursday in a demeaning report.The Washington-based lender comprehensively covered the socio-economic issues in its Pakistan Development Update report, stressing Islamabad to have an “able tax administration” to broaden the extremely narrow tax base. Start with income tax audits and tax raids on Ganja Sharif, Dus Percenti, Imran Khan, Ashphak Kayani and other "stalwarts" in the civil and military establishment of Pakiland !
The report also stressed the need to devalue the rupee against the US dollar, saying an overvalued currency severely damaged the exports. What will then happen to the "already crushed Abduls" . They cannot make a meal out of the Islami Atom Bum :twisted:
It also urged the federal government to have a fully automated and able tax administration to take advantage of modern IT infrastructure that uses the available data to reduce the chances of tax evasion. Which "IT" is the World Bank talking about :mrgreen:
While commenting on the social sector, the World Bank said that there were disparities in inter-provincial, income, and gender. Stunting is chronically high among children under five years of age, with 44% in this age group being either severely or moderately stunted.Public financing for the human development sectors (as a percentage of GDP) remains low, especially so in health.Pakistan’s working-age population is expected to continue to grow at 2.1 percent per year over the next decade. The country faces the triple challenge of creating enough jobs for this growing population, improving the quality and productivity of jobs, and enhancing access to jobs and economic opportunities for women. Not to worry about the "social sector". It has long been "outsourced" to NGO's and Foreign Govts !

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby SSridhar » 10 Nov 2017 17:24

Falijee wrote:Lahore smog has become a fifth season. New York Times


Falijee, what is the Trishul doing in that picture of mard-ul-momineen ? Haadha haraam, ya Sheikh.

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Postby SSridhar » 10 Nov 2017 17:28

Falijee wrote:Pakistani Showing His "Pakistaniyat" ( from "self exile")

Can Pakistan sue India for causing the smog?


India itself is the worst victim of smog. Indians have made tremendous sacrifices because of the smog. The world must recognize India's sacrifices. How can Pakistan sue India ?

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 17:32

Recent "Changes And Turmoil" In Saudia Does Not "Look Good As Per This Paki - Anal- list :D

"Why Saudi arrests may bode well for Pakistan For Pakistan

Saudi Arabia is unraveling differently than expected. Instead of a repeat Arab Spring type upheaval, internal sources of power have decided to alter the national course of life. Following the tried and tested method of bringing about change from within, Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman (MBS) has played a high hand fraught with multiple risks. In a wide sweep he has not only removed but detained many of his family members and high-level personages on charges of corruption.
MBS’s three-hour detour to Pakistan on August 28, 2016 while on his way to the G-20 summit in Hangzhou was unexpected, and true to his mercurial temperament he arrived late in Islamabad, letting the top brass cool its heels, particularly some who had to quietly perspire in their ceremonials. Apart from conveying his displeasure at Pakistan’s non-participation in his Yemen military action, he also sought assurances on the provision of a nuclear umbrella in case of conflict with Iran. MBS also wanted Pakistan’s full involvement in the 40-member Islamic Military Alliance (IMA) which he had announced in December 2015. It was during this visit that the idea of giving command of the IMA to former COAS Gen (retired) Raheel Sharif was mooted and later implemented in January 2017. IMO, Raheel is somehow involved in the shakeup that is still going on in Saudia . He appears to have the "eyes and ears of MBS" . See the pic below !

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MBS’s choice to engage with and visit GHQ, out of the 40 members of IMA, was in itself a significant development, underlining the fact that Pakistan has a long history of providing military support to Saudi Arabia. MBS understood that Pakistan has a lot to offer in defence manpower and equipment. And "guns for hire" as Raheel :twisted:
MBS has evinced interest in participating in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as he considers such participation not only materially beneficial but also important to secure the Kingdom’s strategic maritime interests. Saudis are leaning on Pakistan to streamline their relations with China. The Saudis are widely known to be buying agricultural land in Pakistan to farm edible commodities. Saudi participation may bring in much-needed financial assistance in building small dams. A (good) word or two from Raheel into the "ears of MBS" can magically open, IMO, the "floodgates of dallars" which in turn will go - at least for the short term - to ease the perennial balance of payment problem :mrgreen:
In the labyrinthine world of monarchies, optics play a keen role. During the recent visit of President Trump to Saudi Arabia, General Raheel Sharif emerged as prominent by his proximity to the royal family, particularly MBS, at whose table he was seated along with Jared Kushner, the influential son-in-law of Donald Trump. ( see above pic !) It is generally understood that troops guarding the royal family, particularly the King, MBS and their entourages, are taken from sources other than the regular army and National Guard. It would not be conjecture to infer that MBS has not laid out contingency plans in the wake of dislodging Prince Miteb from the entrenched command of the National Guard. MBS knew it was a difficult operation and could only succeed with the help of highly professional armed personnel. like Raheel !
At the time of assigning second-in-line position to MBS, King Salman was asked why was he giving it to his second son. He responded that out of his sons, he was sure that MBS has the courage to pull the trigger! Hopefully not on the bum "rented" from Pakiland :mrgreen:
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Postby SSridhar » 10 Nov 2017 17:37

In these critical times, MBS might depend upon the loyalty of the PA brigade stationed at Al Yamama Palace to protect him rather than his own national guards.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby sudhan » 10 Nov 2017 17:46

SSridhar wrote:
Falijee wrote:Lahore smog has become a fifth season. New York Times


Falijee, what is the Trishul doing in that picture of mard-ul-momineen ? Haadha haraam, ya Sheikh.


That is the Paki way of smoking corn.. When you have free smoke all around you make use of it

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Neilz » 10 Nov 2017 18:20

Falijee wrote:La- Whore "Smog Story" Makes It To Massa's "Prestigious Paper"

Lahore smog has become a fifth season. New York Times

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Am i the only one hallucinating!!!
If you take the car out from the pic, it can just looks like a medieval movie scene.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby JE Menon » 10 Nov 2017 18:35

Exactly right... if you take the car out it could be about 1,300 years ago.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 10 Nov 2017 18:38

No change in Pakistan's behaviour: Top US general in Afghanistan

The commander of the NATO forces in Afghanistan, US Army Gen. John Nicholson, said Thursday that Pakistan had not changed its behaviour since President Donald Trump announced his new policy for Afghanistan.
"No, I haven't seen any change yet in their behavior."
"The Afghans performed quite well from my perspective as the commander," Nicholson said.
"Even though there was some very tough fighting, the enemy was unable to accomplish any of their objectives," he added, referring to the fact the Taliban did not seize any big cities.(Is this the new strategy now? - prevent the telebunnies from controlling major cities? So, its OK for them to control the countryside?)


A mess. Afghanistan is a quagmire and will remain so in the near future. Pakis are making it worse with their action.

http://thenews.com.pk/latest/243309-No- ... fghanistan

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 10 Nov 2017 18:45

Airbase in Indian Gujarat part of Cold Start Doctrine: Pakistan

Pakistan on Thursday once again asked India to “engage in a meaningful dialogue” aimed at agreeing to measures of restraint and military doctrines which are ‘defensive’ in nature rather than seeking to create space for ‘war’.
“The report about Gujrat provides credibility to the fact that India is fast developing the infrastructure and force configurations to operationalise these military doctrines. Subscribing to such offensive doctrines in a nuclearised region exposes irresponsible behaviour” :((
Pakistan stressed that the new Indian military airbase and statements by the Indian military leadership have confirmed the existence of the Cold Start Doctrine, which only validates what Pakistan has known all along regarding India’s aggressive designs. “Military doctrines, such as Cold Start and Pro-Active Strategy, envision limited war below the nuclear threshold:((


Panic has begun to set in. Have the pakis not read "Chankya's" treatise? What do they call their own "bleed India by a thousand cuts" doctrine? Now that the shoe is on the other foot....

http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/ ... a-shambles
http://thenews.com.pk/print/243260-Airb ... e-Pakistan

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Vips » 10 Nov 2017 18:46

Falijee wrote:Pakistani Showing His "Pakistaniyat" ( from "self exile") :D

Can Pakistan sue India for causing the smog?

Pakistan should sue India for creating an ecological disaster for Pakistan. Pakistan's farmers are suffering the most because of this Indian-induced environmental destruction.Note for the jobless, and wife-less Indian trolls patrolling the internet to promote their Akhand Bharat ideology: this smog is YOUR fault. NASA knows more than you and your fake news. I won't waste my time responding to you. Be considerate humans and neighbours, and stop this crap from affecting Pakistan. Oh, and #FreeKashmir, you illegal occupying a**holes. :mrgreen: :


Morons, Indian farmers burning stubble make no difference. Prevailing wind is from west to east, you F U C KTARDS. Stop burning rubbish yrself.

:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 10 Nov 2017 19:03

Vips wrote:Can Pakistan sue India for causing the smog?


First, the Brahmin-Baniyas took the electricity out of the water flowing into pureland. Then the sun is sapped out of its energy because it rises earlier in India. Now they pollute the air blowing into pureland. What next will the Yindoos control?

How about "thought control over the Internet"?

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby SSridhar » 10 Nov 2017 19:08

anupmisra wrote:Airbase in Indian Gujarat part of Cold Start Doctrine: Pakistan

“The report about Gujrat provides credibility to the fact that India is fast developing the infrastructure and force configurations to operationalise these military doctrines.


There is no such province in India.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 10 Nov 2017 20:12

JE Menon wrote:Exactly right... if you take the car out it could be about 1,300 years ago.


Allah be praised. Success. 72 virgins, nay, 144 lactating virgins for you!

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 10 Nov 2017 20:35

Peehold!! Mushy's new, improved grand alliance for significantly minor political parties.

Musharraf announces 'grand alliance' of 23 political parties

The alliance will be headed by Musharraf
The central office of the alliance will be in Islamabad.(and the international HQ will be in Londonistan)
Musharraf denied persistent rumours that he had wished to lead the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), claiming that it was ridiculous to think that he would want to be head of a "minor, ethnic party".
The former president also advised Pakistan Tehhreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan to "join hands with a group that would take Pakistan forward" while accusing him of only thinking about his own party (PTI).
The political parties that have already joined PAI include the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), the Pakistan Awami Tehreek, Sunni Itehad Council, Majlis-i-Wahdatul Muslimeen, Pakistan Sunni Tehreek, Muslim Conference (Kashmir), PML-Junejo, PML-Council, PML- National, Awami League, Pak Muslim Alliance, Pakistan Mazdoor Ittehad, Conservative Party, Muhajir Ittehad Tehreek, Pakistan Insani Huqooq Party, Millat Party, Jamiat Ulma Pakistan (Niazi Group), Aam Loug Party, Aam Admi Party, Pakistan Masawat Party, Pakistan Minority Party, Jamiat Mashaikh Pakistan, Social Justice Democratic Party.
Musharraf thanked the alliance for appointing him chairman and announced that he would return to Pakistan soon, adding that he did not want any security when he does since the country's situation is better now.
Musharraf, who was charged with treason by a special court last year and was declared an absconder in the Benazir Bhutto murder case in August this year, claimed that he was ready to face all charges as the courts are not under "Nawaz Sharif's control anymore".


Note the proliferation of malsic parties in mushy's grand alliance.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1369641/musha ... al-parties

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby abhijitm » 10 Nov 2017 20:42

Kamandaloo back in action?

Sounds like all are shell parties and founder member would be traced back to our kamandaloo.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby periaswamy » 10 Nov 2017 20:46

he was ready to face all charges as the courts are not under "Nawaz Sharif's control anymore".


Musharraph seems very confident that the judges will be on his side. A grand alliance of political parties of the terrorists and the paki military terrorists will from the "civilian govermund" to rule pakistan one day.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby abhijitm » 10 Nov 2017 20:59


And that lunatic chacha other day was suggesting to create a blast and reverse wind direction :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 21:47

SSridhar wrote:
anupmisra wrote:Airbase in Indian Gujarat part of Cold Start Doctrine: Pakistan



There is no such province in India.


SS- ji:
There is a Paki city ( near Sialkot, in Paki Pakjab) going by the name of "Gujarat", hence the word "Indian" before the word "Gujarat"

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Vips » 10 Nov 2017 22:05

^^Earlier this cartoon character was also claiming in his lunatic show that Pakistan aur Ruus ke beech ek ahem aur khufiyaa mamlaa tay hua hai jiske tahet Ruus pakistan ko chaalis Suuu 35 taiyyare farokht karega. Putin juld hi pakistan aayega yeh samjauta karne ke liye.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby rsingh » 10 Nov 2017 22:06

Falijee wrote:La- Whore "Smog Story" Makes It To Massa's "Prestigious Paper"

Lahore smog has become a fifth season. New York Times

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NYT Caption On The Pic ("forgot" to post earlier) : Street Vendors in Lahore, Pakistan on Monday. "You can actually touch the filth, a resident said :shock: ( Pakiland - Napaak :roll: )


So Trishul shows the way :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 22:07

Pakistan "Caves In" Under World Pressure :D

Humanitarian gesture: Pakistan allows wife to meet Kulbhushan Jhadav

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has allowed convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav to meet his wife, months after a request was made by the India’s Ministry of External Affairs.“The Government of Pakistan has decided to arrange a meeting of Commander Kulbhudhan Jhadav with his wife, in Pakistan, purely on humanitarian grounds,” spokesperson Mohammad Faisal said in a statement on Friday.
“A Note Verbale to this effect has been sent to the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, today.” Indian secret service agent, Kulbhushan Yadav, has been awarded death sentence. :roll: Paki angst clearly shows up here !
Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav alias Hussein Mubarak Patel was arrested on March 3, 2016 through a Counter Intelligence Operation from Mashkel, Balochistan, for his involvement in espionage and sabotage activities against Pakistan. :((
The spy has been tried through Field General Court Martial (FGCM) under Pakistan Army Act (PAA) and awarded death sentence.
A "bit of a dent" in the so-called H&D of Pakiland ? Does it also mean that India will now "go easy" on the retaliatory firing on the LOC as a quid pro quo :twisted:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby rsingh » 10 Nov 2017 22:13

Vips wrote:
Falijee wrote:Pakistani Showing His "Pakistaniyat" ( from "self exile") :D

Can Pakistan sue India for causing the smog?

Pakistan should sue India for creating an ecological disaster for Pakistan. Pakistan's farmers are suffering the most because of this Indian-induced environmental destruction.Note for the jobless, and wife-less Indian trolls patrolling the internet to promote their Akhand Bharat ideology: this smog is YOUR fault. NASA knows more than you and your fake news. I won't waste my time responding to you. Be considerate humans and neighbours, and stop this crap from affecting Pakistan. Oh, and #FreeKashmir, you illegal occupying a**holes. :mrgreen: :


Morons, Indian farmers burning stubble make no difference. Prevailing wind is from west to east, you F U C KTARDS. Stop burning rubbish yrself.

:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:


But but wind from west is clean and Pak...........it come from Barberia (Allah Kher kare).

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 22:16

It Now Seems Certain That Pakis Are Hurting On The LOC :D

PM Abbasi approves protection bunkers for civilian population :roll: on LoC

ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said Pakistan will continue its moral, political and diplomatic ( and non-state actors ) support to the Kashmiris for their just struggle. :roll:
He announced enhancement in financial assistance to the families of shuhada and injured and approved funds ( are the funds being diverted from the "social sector" budget, or the Benazir Income Support Fund, financed by Bartania :twisted: !) for development of community protection bunkers for safety of civilian population.
PM Abbasi and army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited the LoC in Chirikot sector, according to the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR). PM Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) was also present on the occasion.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 22:24

A bit of the truth comes out about DINA WADIA , not the "Bakwaas" recently penned by the Paki egoistic journo HAMID MIR about daughter of DJinnah !

Dina Wadia, R.I.P.

Extracted from The Times, London: “Matriarch of a business empire who fell out with her father, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, and moved to New York … the reclusive Dina Wadia stunned those who met her because of her resemblance to her father … she kept a photograph of him on her desk. Yet father and daughter had fallen out spectacularly in 1938 when she had married a wealthy Parsi who had converted to Christianity. And it was history repeating itself. When Jinnah had married Ruttie Petit, a socialite half his age, in 1918 it had scandalized Indian and British society … he was 42 and a Muslim; she was 18 and a wealthy Parsi heiress. Ruttie converted to Islam to marry Jinnah, and was disowned by her parents. Years later, when Dina announced her decision to marry Neville Wadia, a British born, Cambridge educated heir to a textile fortune, her father was furious. ‘There are millions of Muslim boys in India’, he told her, and she could marry anyone she chose. Dina replied, ‘Father, there were millions of Muslim girls in India. Why did you not marry one of them?’ Mr Jinnah did not attend the wedding … Dina later mended her relationship with her father, describing him as ‘affectionate but undemonstrative’ … when Jinnah won his long struggle to found Pakistan in 1947, it was his daughter he was said to have rung with the words, ‘we’ve got it!’ … (after Ruttie’s death from cancer) ‘Dina was (Jinnah’s) sole comfort’ … in June 1947, she wrote to him: ‘it is wonderful what you have achieved … I feel so proud and happy for you. You have been … a realist, an honest and brilliant tactician – this letter is sounding like fan mail, isn’t it?’ … Dina came to her father’s funeral in Pakistan … although she separated from her husband, they never divorced … they had two children, Diana and Nusli, who now runs the Wadia Group and is one of India’s richest businessmen … in 2004, she visited her father’s mausoleum. On leaving, she wrote in the visitor’s book: ‘May his dream for Pakistan come true’. Dina Wadia died on Nov 2, 2017.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 10 Nov 2017 23:52

Mush "Takes Advantage" Of Ganja's Exit From Paki Political Scene :D

Musharraf forms 'Pakistan Awami Itehad' of 23 political parties

Former president Pervez Musharraf has announced a "grand alliance" of 23 political parties that will operate under the umbrella of the Pakistan Awami Itehad (PAI). It will be "quite a mouthful" to recite by a CNN or BBC interviewer. If you "switch" the "I" and the "A", in the abbreviation, does it mean that it will meet the "fate" of the decrepit National Carrier (PIA) :twisted:
The alliance will be headed by Musharraf, while Iqbal Dar ( hope that this "gentleman" is not related to "fraudster Dar ", brother-in- law of Ganja !) has been appointed secretary general. The central office of the alliance will be in Islamabad. And where will Mush "sit" :roll:
Addressing a press conference in this regard, Musharraf denied the rumours that he had wished to lead the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), claiming that it was ridiculous to think that he would want to be head of a "minor, ethnic party". At one time, he stated that he was "buddy buddy" with fellow Dilli Agrae wallah Altaf Bhai :mrgreen:
"MQM-Pakistan is merely half of what the [original] party used to be," he said. "I am concerned about [the internal problems] of the party; however, I have no interest in replacing Farooq Sattar or Mustafa Kamal even if their parties are united," he insisted.Criticising MQM , he said that the party and the Mohajir community have lost respect. The Mohajir community would do better to abandon ethnic politics and join PAI, he said. Mush, back to his "confident" (ie boasting) old self :roll:
He expressed hope that Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid leaders Chaudhry Shujaat and Chaudhry Pervez Elahi would join his grand alliance as well. He seems to be "collecting" all the minor players on the Paki political scene .
The former president also advised Pakistan Tehhreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan to "join hands with a group that would take Pakistan forward" while accusing him of only thinking about his own party (PTI). Two "egoists" in one political party. That is a "sure formula" for failure, IMO !
The political parties that have already joined PAI include the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), the Pakistan Awami Tehreek, Sunni Itehad Council, Majlis-i-Wahdatul Muslimeen, Pakistan Sunni Tehreek, Muslim Conference (Kashmir), PML-Junejo, PML-Council, PML- National, Awami League, Pak Muslim Alliance, Pakistan Mazdoor Ittehad, Conservative Party, Muhajir Ittehad Tehreek, Pakistan Insani Huqooq Party, Millat Party, Jamiat Ulma Pakistan (Niazi Group), Aam Loug Party, Aam Admi Party, Pakistan Masawat Party, Pakistan Minority Party, Jamiat Mashaikh Pakistan, Social Justice Democratic Party. All non-entity parties coming out of the woodwork :mrgreen:
Musharraf, who was charged with treason by a special court last year and was declared an absconder in the Benazir Bhutto murder case in August this year, claimed that he was ready to face all charges as the courts are not under "Nawaz Sharif's control anymore"."The accountability process should not be affected by my arrival [to Pakistan]," the former president said, adding that the courts and the armed forces must be "allowed" to function as both institutions are working in the country's favour. What if the "PM in waiting" Maryam , or the "clever brother" Showbaaz - through some "gol maal" make a comeback , what then will happen to PIA PAI :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 11 Nov 2017 00:35

Pakistan arrests 55 Indian fishermen

Humanitarian grounds: Pakistan allows wife to meet Kulbhushan Jhadav

Blowing "hot and cold" at the same time . What is going on in Pakiland :roll:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 11 Nov 2017 00:51

" Sarkari Mullah" Consoles Depressed Ganja . Invites Him To A Religious Congregation. Ganja Accepts :D

Nawaz to attend Raiwind Ijtema on Sunday

LAHORE - Religious scholar Maulana Tariq Jameel met former prime minister Nawaz Sharif at his Jati Umrah ( the palatial private estate/ palace of the extended Sharif Clan, with its own private zoo , surrounded by fill in the blank ... thick walls and .fill in the blank .. high walls ) residence here yesterday.
During the meeting Maulana Tariq Jameel inquired after the health of Begum Kalsoom Nawaz Sharif and prayed for her early recovery and long life. This is one of the many duties (PR -giri ) in their job description, :mrgreen:
He also suggested divine words to Nawaz Sharif for his comfort, say the media reports, adding, Mauala Jameel also invited Nawaz to participate in the ongoing religious Ijtma (congregation) at Raiwind which he accepted. Raiwind is just "a stone's throw away" from Nawaz's kothi at Jati Umra, so there should not be "any problem " in attending this :mrgreen:
Nawaz agreed to attend the Ijtema on Sunday , the last day of the congregation. Nawaz needs lots of "religion" these days, so his "advisors" have "advised" him to attend :mrgreen:


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