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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 12 Nov 2017 18:37

Pashtuns Target "Security Agency" Vehicle :D

At least 3 security officials injured in Bannu blast: Police

At least three security officials were injured in result of blast at Norrer area of Bannu , police spokesperson said. The police further stated that vehicle of security agency was target as bomb exploded when the vehicle was on patrolling. The bomb was planted in a parked bicycle at side of the road, sources said. The injured have been rushed to nearby hospital where they are being treated. The security agencies have cordoned off the whole area as a search operatio nis underway. So, in spite of "carpet bombing", security operations under Islamic names. Zarb this , Zarb that ( in the name of "fighting terrorism" ) they have "created hundreds and thousands of internally displaced persons" ( IDP's ) and are "begging" Foreign Govts and NGO's for funds. But still they have been unable to "bring things to normal" as shown by this "incident" :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 12 Nov 2017 19:02

Peregrine wrote:Alliance under Mush the TUSH falls apart on second day
ISLAMABAD: Several parties have dissociated themselves from Awami Ittehad alliance only a day after the announcement of its formation under the leadership of former president Pervez Mush the TUSH!
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Well, back to the drawing b...er...hospital bed for el supremo dictador de la futuro. Another sadma. Lets get the oxygen tank cranking. How many more sadmas can mushy bear? This is getting embarrassing even for someone with a history of major embarrassments and who has a son who is an actuary.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 12 Nov 2017 19:09

Another "White Elephant" :roll:

829 Posts Vacant in Punjab’s ‘State-of-the-Art Hospital’

While there are more than 5 million unemployed people in Pakistan, the children hospital Lahore is unable to find 829 people to fill the vacancies. Although the hospital was recently refurbished it has failed to attract professors and assistant professors as of yet. 614 new beds were brought in during the revamping phase of the Children Hospital. The hospital was inaugurated by CM Punjab in September. The total cost of building this modern facility was around Rs. 2.5 billion, which also saw an increase of beds to 1,100. The upgradation also included a building consisting of 16 new operation theatres. So, the "dactors" domestic educated as well as "phoren" based, were "not impressed" the with the "state of the art haspatal" and either preferred to stick to their current positions, or branch out into more lucrative specialization like "selling of kidneys" , or look for more lucrative positions in Massaland or Bartania . Maybe, the "low pay" might be a problem :mrgreen:
Hina Pervaiz Butt, PML N MPA Punjab assembly criticised the authorities for not taking a proper action to fill the posts. :roll:
A resolution was also submitted to the government as parliament demanded that these posts be filled as soon as possible. The vacant posts in a hospital, which is said to have Asia’s biggest health facility in terms of providing healthcare to the children,( sounds like "typical Paki boasting" :(( ) is a serious matter of concern.
Another spokesperson from the health department said that this issue isn’t limited to this institute only. Continuing, he said, apart from this institute, there are other government health institutions where there are vacant posts and that it is just a departmental issue and nothing more. Internal matter of the hospital discussed in media !
Dr. Masood Sadiq, head professor and dean Institute of Child Health, confuted the words coming his way and said that this resolution makes no sense.He said that these allegations are false criticism and authorities have already taken action to fill the vacant posts. The interviews of assistant professor and other important posts are ongoing. Therefore, it is not right to say the administration is not doing anything to fill these vacant posts. Hope that the vacancies are filled on the basis of competency and qualification and not sifarish as children's lives are involved !
Dr. Masood added that 200 nurses were hired and efforts are being made to bring in more for related posts. According to him, hiring of most of the specialist professors have already been fulfilled.He also stated that on health department’s approval the assistant professors are working the job of professors. As per him, the staff is working hard to prove the government’s vision of making this institute a prestigious example for others to follow.

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Postby arun » 12 Nov 2017 19:22

First the regional issue of cross border Mohammadden Terrorism Fomented by the Uniformed Jihadi’s of the Punjab dominated Military of the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan should be dealt with via the SAARC medium. Thereafter Pollution and Environmental issues can be looked at the SAARC level.

The billions who live in the Indian Sub-Continent deserve freedom from cross border Mohammadden Terrorism Fomented by the Uniformed Jihadi’s of the Punjab dominated Military of the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan:

Extract from an Editorial in the Daily Times:

Editorial
Environmental pollution and Indo-Pak cooperation
Daily Times
November 12, 2017

The provincial environment minister {Pakjab’s Environment minister Zakia Shahnawaz} suggested a strategy could be devised at the SAARC level to tackle issue of air pollution and smog. The Indian counterpart’s reaction was disappointing to say the least. Once again, a vital issue was linked to terrorism. ...................

We hope that the saner elements in Indian parliament and civil society will urge the Modi government to give up its short-sighted point scoring formula. SAARC needs to play a major role in making regional states work together to protect the environment and prepare for climate change. The billions who live in South Asia deserve better.


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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby arun » 12 Nov 2017 19:33

"Indian Agents" nobble Kalabagh Dam :lol:

Our Government must provide 800% Diplomatic and Moral support to the people of Sindh and Pakhtunkhwa to stop the feeding of Punjab Provinces rapacious water gluttony by theft of water belonging to Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa:

Disagreements over how to best solve Pakistan’s water scarcity issues came to a head on Thursday when federal minister for Water Resources,Javed Shah, called the opponents of the Kalabagh dam “Indian agents”. The Sindh Assembly responded by expressing it’s outrage over the accusation and demanded that the federal minister apologize for his “mischievous move” which hurt the sentiments of the people of Sindh and other provinces that have reservations about the dam.

Debates about Kalabagh Dam have always been mired in politics and distrust between Punjab and smaller provinces.Whenever Kalabagh Dam is proposed as the solution to Pakistan’s water and energy problems, smaller provinces especially Sindh and KPproject the dam as a Punjabi conspiracy to steal their water.


From here:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Vips » 12 Nov 2017 19:35

^^ I would prefer Mush getting support from more parties and his alliance getting bigger. Immi the dimmy will then become a more strident islamic champion to grab the votes. The jernails would tout Mushy in his face as their other option to do their bidding.

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Postby arun » 12 Nov 2017 19:49

Good to see the clock on the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s ability to act as the toll collecting Thekedar of Afghanistan’s external trade winding down. Better still for the Governor of Afghanistan Nimzoz Province, Mohammad Samiullah, to remind the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan of that fact:

India’s First Shipment Arrives In Afghanistan Via Chabahar

Afghan officials said with the opening of Chabahar Port, Afghanistan will no longer be dependent on Karachi Port.

The first shipment from India, of wheat, via Iran's Chabahar Port arrived in Nimroz, in the country’s west, on Saturday.

Senior government officials and the Indian ambassador to Kabul, Manpreet Vohra, attended a ceremony to inaugurate the new trade route – which according to officials, will help Afghanistan overcome its dependence on other trade routes, including Pakistan.

"With the opening of Chabahar Port, Afghanistan will no longer be dependent on Karachi Port,” Nimroz governor Mohammad Samiullah said.

“This port will create thousands of jobs and bring billions of dollars in revenue to Afghanistan, Iran and India.”

He said the residents of Nimroz are determined to ensure the Nimroz--Delaram roads is secure. This route leads directly to Chabahar Port in Iran.

At the same event, Nasir Ahmad Durani, acting minister of agriculture, said the cooperation between Afghanistan, India and Iran in the Chabahar region is a great opportunity to boost trade ties between the three countries.

Meanwhile, Indian Ambassador Manpreet Vohra said Chabahar Port provides easy and short connectivity between countries in the region.

He said the shipment is part of the 1.1 million wheat pledged by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Afghanistan – during his visit to Kabul.

According to him, 700,000 tons of the wheat has so far arrived in Afghanistan.

He said the reason for cooperation between India and Iran to help Afghanistan is to find an alternate route for trade between the three countries.

The Indian envoy said Chabahar Port’s route will not be closed at random - which is a problem Afghanistan faces in working through some countries in the region.

Vohra says Saturday's shipment is part of the wheat promised by India to Afghanistan.

Dozens of Nimroz residents attended the inauguration of the Chabahar Port route and performed traditional dances.


From Afghanistan’s Tolo News:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 12 Nov 2017 20:11

Falijee wrote:Another "White Elephant" :roll:

829 Posts Vacant in Punjab’s ‘State-of-the-Art Hospital’

While there are more than 5 million unemployed people in Pakistan....


Whoa there paki boy!! Only 5 Million unemployed?

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 12 Nov 2017 21:54

Paki Ayesha "Fighting For Her Life" After Being Shot By Brother For Refusing To Marry Before Completion Of Education :evil:

Firing by brother: FSc position holder fighting for life

JHANG: A brilliant student is fighting for life at the Allied Hospital of Faisalabad after her brother shot at and injured her for refusing to marry before completion of her education.Warda, who topped the BISE examination 2017 by scoring 1001 (out of 1,100 marks) in FSc and aspires a career in medicine, suffered three bullets on her arm, face and abdomen and is being treated in the emergency ward of the hospital. Gun control coming to Pakiland, as in Massaland :roll:
Police registered a case against the absconder 12 days after the incident. something "black in the lentils" ? because victim is an ayesha and not an abdul ? According to the FIR 1173/17 lodged under section 324 of PPC with the Kotwali police station, Shadab Colony’s Muhammad Aslam informed the Jhang Kotwali police that his son Sabir Hussain opened fire on his (applicant’s) daughter Warda because of her “marriage dispute” on Oct 24. Sabir fled the house, he said.
The family says the girl has a distinguished education career and she wants to be a doctor but an unfortunate incident has snuffed light out of her dream. She appeals to Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to allow her to get admission to any medical college once she recovers. ( It is "rumoured" that "Showbaaz Sharif " has a soft corner for Pakjabi Ayeshas, so it is "possible" that her "request for admission" might be accommodated :mrgreen: )

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 12 Nov 2017 22:08

"FREE BALOCHISTAN " signs now surfacing in Massaland's NYC :D

"Fire fighters" from the GOP are going to be "kept busy" all over the world trying to "douse" out these growing flames threatening their homeland :mrgreen:

Protest to Massa :roll: Is RAA funding this by any chance :twisted:

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Postby Falijee » 12 Nov 2017 22:20

Popular Paki Singer "Does 360* " ! Turns Islamist !

Pakistani singer Abrar-ul-Haq expresses support for Islamists

akistan’s prominent singer and politician Abrar-ul-Haq has announced his support for Islamists who are protesting against the Government in the city of Narowal. In a video message Haq urged the Government to give in to the demands of the Islamist protestors.
The protestors are part of Tehrike-e-Labbaik-Ya-Rasulullah (TLYR) who have shutdown the capital Islamabad for the last few days and have called on the Government among other things to release blasphemy killers, hang blasphemers and limit the activities of Ahmadis, who they consider apostates. In order to "culturally thrive" in Pakiland, it is essential that you join the "Islamic bandwagon" . Maybe, this is an example of that !
Haq in his video message, referred to the controversy over Pakistan’s electoral law, which according to Islamist protestors would have allegedly allowed the members of the persecuted Ahmadiyya community to take part in the electoral process. Condemning the change in the law, and expressing his support for Islamist protestors, Haq said: In the matter of the removal of the KhatmeNabuwat clause from the oath, those who protested infront of the office of Ahsan Iqbal in Narowal, they were beaten by sticks by the Government. I condemn this in the strongest possible terms and I demand the Government listen to them, and evaluate their demands. I believe these are very justified demands. More DVD sales for him :roll:
Haq further warned Ahsan Iqbal, Pakistan’s Minister of the lashback from Islamists and urged him to think about his afterlife and resign. :roll:

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Postby Peregrine » 13 Nov 2017 00:00

Afghanistan trade with Pakistan falls, but grows with Iran

KARACHI: The Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PAJCCI) has urged leadership of Pakistan to take notice of weakening bilateral trade between the two neighbours due to different disputes.

“Recent data shows that Afghanistan’s trade with Iran is growing but its trade with Pakistan is declining and it should be a cause for concern,” said PAJCCI Chairman Zubair Motiwala in a statement following the eighth executive committee meeting in Karachi.

PAJCCI Co-chairman Khan Jan Alokozai and executive committee members were present in the meeting.

They voiced hope that the recent visit of Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to Afghanistan would bridge mistrust and increase trade between the two countries. Motiwala asked Bajwa to step up new initiatives and suggested that PAJCCI could act as a joint platform for illustrating sentiments of the business community from across the border.

“The trip of Pakistan’s army chief to Kabul has rekindled hopes in Afghanistan,” Alokozai commented.

A high-level delegation from Afghanistan, headed by Alokozai, is currently visiting Pakistan to participate in the ongoing four-day Expo Pakistan 2017 at the Karachi Expo Centre. The delegation was the second largest amongst international groups from 25 countries, which reflected the bond between business communities of both countries.

“This should be a realisation for both governments that political considerations should always follow economic imperatives and not the otherwise,” the statement said.

The delegates reiterated that Pak-Afghan trade should be separated from political and military tensions, though strong security measures were vital for stability and sustainability of both the countries.

They emphasised that Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Coordination Authority should meet immediately and for its efficacy PAJCCI members from the private sector should be given representation in the forum. Visa regime in both countries should be improved by introducing categories like business visa and visit visa. For business visa, a PAJCCI recommendation letter should be made mandatory, so that it could authenticate the process and remove the irritants, the statement said.

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Postby Peregrine » 13 Nov 2017 00:21

PIA seeks permission from US Consul General for non-stop flights to New York

The Consul General of the Unites States (US) Grace W Shelton called on CEO Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Musharraf Rasool Cyan at the airline’s head office on Saturday to discuss matters of mutual interests.

Cyan gave a comprehensive briefing on the airline’s operations to the Consul General, and expressed PIA’s interest in operating flights to and from New York.

Cyan requested the Consul General extend her support for permission of conducting non-stop flights to New York.

She appreciated the efforts and stated that she would “extend possible cooperation regarding the airline” and assured to extend possible cooperation regarding the matter with concerned US authorities, read the press release.

In October, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) lawmakers submitted a call attention notice to the National Assembly on Monday to take up the issue of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) shutting down flights to the US.

They pointed out that the move would affect more than half a million Pakistanis living in the US and many Pakistani visitors to the US as there would be no direct flights between the two countries.

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Postby Peregrine » 13 Nov 2017 00:35

More than just a territorial row

This is a familiar exercise. China resents India’s rule over Arunachal Pradesh. New Delhi, on the other hand, ignores the protests and treats the northeast territory its own. Beijing has been irked by Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh. The noise was, however, louder when the Dalai Lama went there earlier.

China and India have seldom agreed on where the actual border line lies. Beijing attacked India in 1962 when New Delhi tried to get back its territory. However, this time India showed its muscles with the stand-off at Doklam. China had to withdraw its forces behind the present border. Prime Minister Narendra Modi for BRICS in September after the face-off, did reduce tension.

The positive side of the trip is the reiteration by the two countries to fight against terrorists. But here too Beijing elucidated its own. It has again renewed the proposed UN resolution which sought to put a ban on Azhar Masood. He could not be punished. The friendship of China and Pakistan is only getting stronger to the concern of New Delhi. Not long ago, Beijing had begun stapling visas of Indians visiting Arunachal. China wanted to indicate that it was a “separate territory” not part of India.

New Delhi bore the humiliation quietly. In the past was China had accepted without demur the maps showing Arunachal Pradesh as India’s territory. To recall the dispute is over a small territory lying between Arunachal and China’s border. The status of Arunachal Pradesh has been seldom questioned.

Tibet for China is like India’s Kashmir which too has raised the standard of independence. There is, however, one difference: the Dalai Lama is willing to accept an autonomous status within China. Kashmir today wants independence.

Maybe, the Kashmiris will come round to accept a similar status one day. The problem is so complicated that a minor change can lead to a major catastrophe. It is not worth risking.

The Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh has brought back the memories of the days before the Chinese annexed Tibet. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister, did not raise any objection at that time because he was on personal terms with Chinese Premier Chu-En Lai.

The Dalai Lama’s visit may not have raised doubts about Tibet but it renewed the debate of its annexation by Beijing once again. China called his visit a “provocation”. Its warning to India that the Dalai Lama’s visit would affect the normal relations between the two countries. It intensified with Doklam. Yet, India managed to hold its own.

In fact, China’s problems with India have roots in the British demarcation of the India-China border. China refuses to acknowledge the McMahon Line that demarcates Arunachal Pradesh to be a part of India. Any activity that takes place in this area is viewed by China skeptically.

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s visit to the “disputed’’ territory despite Chinese protest showed that New Delhi was prepared for hostilities if it comes to that pass. Then the Indian soldiers did not have shoes for a mountain combat. India is now a power to reckon with.

It looks as if China would go on provoking India to exhaust patience. When war is ruled out this is the only option China has. How to retaliate, without resorting to hostilities is the situation India faces.

Beijing is trying to revive the India-China Bhai Bhai scenario. New Delhi cannot trust Beijing, particularly when it is trying to encircle India. China has given a big loan to Nepal. The port which Sri Lanka is building is at the behest of China.

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is happy that China is trying to placate her. All should realise that India is no pushover now. Apart from war, India has many options. Taiwan is a trump card. It can revive the debate on two Chinas.

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Above photu reminds me of the one between paki FM and Billary:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 01:32

Paki Ayeshas Peddle Paki Style Fashion Products :D

Fashion Pakistan collaborates with TDAP for ‘Made in Pakistan’ 2017

The first day of Made in Pakistan Fashion Showcase 2017 by Fashion Pakistan , the leading platform for Pakistani fashion designers, in partnership with TDAP , as the title partner was held on November 10. More than 700 foreign delegates from all five continents attended Expo Pakistan 2017 exhibition .
:eek: "Serious buyers" or just there to "check out " the Paki models :D
The 'Made in Pakistan' Fashion Showcase was held with the intention of creating export worthy collections, by eminent designers for the export markets. The aim was to encourage production of value added products from Pakistan and to create a synergy with the Industry. Besides providing the new budding designers a solid platform, experience and mentoring in their field. The aim was to encourage production of value added products as it is the way forward making our fashion industry competitive in international markets by building on relationships with buyers, both overseas and domestic, and establishing and strengthening ties with international businesses. :((
Made in Pakistan was the first event of its kind and provided premium exposure to the upcoming fashion designers in the industry. The event besides showcasing the collections of seasoned designers...
Made in Pakistan was the first event of its kind and provided premium exposure to the upcoming fashion designers in the industry. The event besides showcasing the collections of seasoned designers. Sharia compliant :roll: intermingling of Abdul and Ayeshas on the boardwalk ?
Fashion Pakistan. is one of Pakistan’s leading platforms for promoting and developing the fledgling fashion industry in Pakistan. Established in 2007, Fashion Pakistan’s objective is to foster and promote the Pakistani fashion industry both locally and internationally, encourage excellence in design, and build alliances with associations both within and outside Pakistan. Have Paki designers "captured" the Burkha, Nikab and Hijab segment of the "Islamic Attire Market" from the fashion conscious designers from Beirut, Tehran and Dubai :D

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Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 01:52

" Even The Air In Pakistan Cannot Be Breathed By Tens Of Millions Of Its Citizens."

Let them breathe cake :mrgreen:

ust when you thought things could not get worse, they do. It was not enough for the people of Pakistan to have to put up with incompetent leaders, venal politicians, poor governance, widespread poverty, increasing inequality, contempt for the rule of law, the absence of remotely adequate public infrastructure, declining standards of health and education, and rampant violence. No, on top of all of this, it is now the case that even the air in Pakistan cannot be breathed by tens of millions of its citizens. IMO, it still has not reached "bottom". What about when 99% of the Abduls are drinking "contaminated water" without their realizing so :mrgreen:
For the past two weeks Lahore, a city of almost 15 million people, has been enveloped by a thick shroud of smog containing levels of toxic particulate matter that far exceed global safety standards. The smog is not just limited to Lahore; it has spread out over much of Punjab, as well as a significant chunk of north-western India (including, most notably, Delhi), and currently shows no signs of abating at present. La-Whore and Dilli = = :roll:
There has been much debate over the causes of the smog and the measures that urgently need to be taken to mitigate its consequences at present and prevent its re-emergence in the future. Put simply, it appears to be the case that crop burning in Pakistani and Indian Punjab, coupled with a tremendous increase in vehicular traffic, the proliferation of power plants and factories burning fossil fuels, and the cutting down of trees amidst unbridled and unplanned urban expansion and ‘development’ is largely to blame for the crisis, which has evidently been brewing for some time. Again equating Pakjab with Indian Punjab to give the = = equation !
...or, just as problematically, pulling out all the stops in blaming India for being solely responsible for contributing to the factors (particularly crop burning) that have created the smog...
The second issue that merits consideration is the way in which citizens, by attempting to alleviate the effects of smog on their own, continue to demonstrate how the logic of governance in Pakistan is one that is increasingly shifting towards a model that promotes the privatization of everything. In a context where the incompetence and inefficiency of the state are well known, it is increasingly the case that fewer and fewer citizens look to it to discharge its responsibilities, resigned instead to dealing with questions of public policy and welfare through private means. Just as has been the case with the power crisis, which citizens who could afford it dealt with through the use of generators and UPS devices, the problem of smog is currently being addressed by the purchase of expensive masks and even more expensive air purifiers. He is referring to the "elites of La-Whore" not the Aam Admi !
while the vast majority continue to suffer in silence. All the while, the state maintains its indifference, secure in the knowledge that demands for better governance will remain muted from those whose own wealth and power insulates them from the effects of its absence, and from a silent majority that remains politically fragmented and disorganized. Stop spending on "mijjile technology" and the miniturization of the Isami nuclear warhead and start spending money on the well being of the awaam :twisted:

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Postby yensoy » 13 Nov 2017 02:55

anupmisra wrote:Above photu reminds me of the one between paki FM and Billary:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 03:25

Hafiz Suar Update.

Foreign spy agency pays Rs80 million to two activists for assassination of Hafiz Saeed: NCTA


In the letter, the NCTA said the foreign spy agency had paid Rs 80 million to two activists of a banned outfit for the assassination of Hafiz Saeed.Foreign Spy Agency's use of a "cut-out" to ensure that the "subcontracting killing" is not traced to the "principals" :twisted:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 03:35

Paki Doctors Caught "Moonlighting" :D

Ex-medics face action for running private clinics at PIMS

ISLAMABAD – A group of nine medics has been found guilty of carrying out private practice illegally in the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), the country’s largest hospital based in federal capital Islamabad, in connivance with the high-ups, ( are they going to be punished ?) an enquiry report shows.
They have been named as ... (public shaming :D )
In their report, the committee members have asked for immediate removal of the medical staff from the hospital’s premises, besides a special audit conducted through the Auditor General of Pakistan to ascertain the illegal amounts received by these nine private persons directly from patients in the form of fees, as well as amounts received by other officers/staff of PIMS who permitted them to use the PIMS premises and facilities for the conduct of medical procedures.Initiation of legal proceedings against all these persons through the Federal Investigation Agency, inducing recovery of the illegal amounts received by them, has also been suggested in the report sent to the PM Office.
The Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) is rated the best public sector hospital in the country but seventh overall. :roll: "And the best public sector hospital" has been caught indulging in this illegal scheme :mrgreen:

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Postby Kashi » 13 Nov 2017 06:00

Pakistani Minister requests non-Muslim Police escort after threat from Islamists

Pakistan’s provincial law Minister, Rana Sanaullah has ordered that only non-Muslim officers be deployed for his security.

Pakistan’s intelligence agencies have started conducting background checks on all his security detail and also asked the Minister to restrict his movements. However, sources close to the Minister say that he is not satisfied with the background checks and has already hired a private security firm to take care of the security arrangements. :mrgreen: Baki minister doesn't trust the establishment, who can blame him?

The Minister has also requested the Police chief to get him a list of all Christian, Hindu and Ahmadi officers in the province of Punjab. Reportedly his present Police escort will be replaced by non-Muslim officers who will be selected from the compiled list. Till then the Minister will use the private security firm which employees Christian security guards.
Subhan allah, what a moment for minority empowerment in Bakistan..

Minister Sanaullah hit the headlines a few weeks back when during a TV interview he claimed there were minor differences between Muslims and Ahmadis, a minority Islamic sect considered heretic by the majority of Muslims. The statement sparked outrage among the country’s conservative Muslims with many calling for his resignation. The statement came at a time when the Islamist political parties alleged that the government was trying to appease the minority Ahmadis by changing electoral laws in their favor.

In response, the radical Islamist group Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasool Allah has organized countrywide protests and over three thousand of their protestors are currently blocking the capital Islamabad, demanding the resignation of Punjab’s Law Minister Rana Sanaullah and Federal Law Minister Zahid Hamid.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby SSridhar » 13 Nov 2017 06:42

Kashi wrote:Pakistani Minister requests non-Muslim Police escort after threat from Islamists

. . . the radical Islamist group Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasool Allah. . .

Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasool Allah ? A new radical Islamist party in the already congested radical terrorist Islamist firmament of Terroristan? Never heard of it before. Looks like the government is engaging seriously with it and even Rana Sanaullah, who is a staunch ally of Sipah-e-Sahaba-Pakistan, the motherlode of sectarian jihadi terrorism in Terroristan, is terrirfied by it and seeks further fool-proof security. AoA.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby SSridhar » 13 Nov 2017 06:47

Falijee wrote:"FREE BALOCHISTAN " signs now surfacing in Massaland's NYC

Geneva, London & New York . . . when will it be Beijing, Shanghai & HongKong?

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Bart S » 13 Nov 2017 07:58

SSridhar wrote:
Kashi wrote:Pakistani Minister requests non-Muslim Police escort after threat from Islamists

. . . the radical Islamist group Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasool Allah. . .

Tehreek Labaik Ya Rasool Allah ? A new radical Islamist party in the already congested radical terrorist Islamist firmament of Terroristan? Never heard of it before. Looks like the government is engaging seriously with it and even Rana Sanaullah, who is a staunch ally of Sipah-e-Sahaba-Pakistan, the motherlode of sectarian jihadi terrorism in Terroristan, is terrirfied by it and seeks further fool-proof security. AoA.



This party was formed by followers of the great jihadi herrow and martyr Mumtaz Quadri, the bodyguard of Salman Taseer who murdered him. No wonder the current Pak minister is terrified. :rotfl: It was formed and encouraged to run in an election, with the help of the ISI under the new policy of 'mainstreaming' terrorists and extremists.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Gagan » 13 Nov 2017 11:34

Pakistan Fauj is on full mission mode to "retire" Half is suar.
The jihadis being pushed into the valley now sport the LeT logo less and JEM more.
Even the joker saluddin has been visiting terror training camps set up in the hillocks around Muzzafarabad.

If CONgress was in power in India, then the likes of Doggy dog, who was calling Half-is-suar as a ji would have whitewashed his sins, and the Pak Fauj would have made him Minister of Djinn teknologi of Islami Jamhoori Bakstaan, and sent him on a state vijit to India, in double speed.

Misfortunately, evil Mudi and Dovaal are in power in dilli, and Half-is-suar's crimes can't be brushed under the carpet.
So, just like Iliyas Kashmiri who was "Killed-in-a-drone-strike", just like a bearded guy who was "On-the-verge-of-needing-dialysis-and-living-near-the-AfPak-border", some outlet for Half-is-suar is in the offing.

Half-is-suar will "get his 72", but while he is retired and alive, living in the outskirts of lawhore, at a stone's throw away from some Pak Fauj cantt.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby sum » 13 Nov 2017 14:17

Kashi wrote:Pakistani Minister requests non-Muslim Police escort after threat from Islamists

Pakistan’s provincial law Minister, Rana Sanaullah has ordered that only non-Muslim officers be deployed for his security.

Pakistan’s intelligence agencies have started conducting background checks on all his security detail and also asked the Minister to restrict his movements. However, sources close to the Minister say that he is not satisfied with the background checks and has already hired a private security firm to take care of the security arrangements. :mrgreen: Baki minister doesn't trust the establishment, who can blame him?

The Minister has also requested the Police chief to get him a list of all Christian, Hindu and Ahmadi officers in the province of Punjab. Reportedly his present Police escort will be replaced by non-Muslim officers who will be selected from the compiled list. Till then the Minister will use the private security firm which employees Christian security guards.
Subhan allah, what a moment for minority empowerment in Bakistan..


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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby sudhan » 13 Nov 2017 17:40

Minority polis?? Are you kidding!! This is the land of the pure, the land of milk and honey (mixed with sewage of course)..

Minorities do what they were originally designed for.. Cleaning toilets.. everyone else has been burnt alive by roving gangs of rageboys..

Where will the good minister get minority polismards, hain? And christian security guards.. He must be smoking some strong afghan stuff..

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 13 Nov 2017 18:24

SSridhar wrote:


...Rana Sanaullah, who is a staunch ally of Sipah-e-Sahaba-Pakistan, the motherlode of sectarian jihadi terrorism in Terroristan, is terrified by it and seeks further fool-proof security. AoA.


Rana sa'ab is afraid of being qadrified.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 13 Nov 2017 18:27

Falijee wrote:
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Looks fake. I have lived and worked in Manhattan for thirty years. Photo is not of any Manhattan building or street that I am aware of. Street markings and name of the building are in chinese.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby anupmisra » 13 Nov 2017 18:44

More uplifting news.

Pakistan provides ‘damning evidence’ to UK against Altaf

Pakistan has provided fresh ‘damning evidence’ to British authorities against alleged involvement of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London supremo on laundering billions as well as his contact with Indian spy agency-RAW, seeking London’s help for a ‘conclusive headway’ into an ongoing investigation against the leaders of MQM-London, MQM-Pakistan and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP).
record of around a dozen bank accounts, which were once being used by leaders of MQM-London, MQM-Pakistan and PSP for laundering billions of rupees from Pakistan to London
We also provided fresh record on MQM-London leadership’s several connections with RAW operators to the UK authorities.
To quickly prosecute this case in London, the Ministry of Interior hired services of known lawyer, Khawaja Imtiaz, as Special Prosecutor. "He [Imtiaz] would plead Pakistan's case"
Senior management of FIA has also assigned Special Prosecutor Khawaja Imtiaz to hire services of another prosecutor, if needed, in London to pursue this vigorously in coming weeks.


None of the above allegations is actually a violation of the UK laws. Pakis must hope this "damning" evidence is more credible, trustworthy and backed by actual facts than the "damming" evidence presented by another londonistan-based "special prosecutor" who pleaded on the paki behalf in front of the ICJ. BY the way, this khawaja sahib is an ex-chief justice of the paki supreme court who retired in 2015. Must have something worthwhile to do during his sunset years.

http://thenews.com.pk/print/243910-Paki ... inst-Altaf

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 18:47

Massa Fires "Warning Shots" To Pakis :mrgreen:

Don’t get ‘too close’ to Iran, US asks Pak ( if you still want us to "fund you" !)

ISLAMABAD - The United States has asked Pakistan to avoid getting “too close” to Iran as Washington and Islamabad struggle to build the confidence level, The Nation has learnt.Senior officials at the foreign ministry told The Nation that Washington was not happy with the growing ties between Pakistan and Iran and had asked Islamabad to “stay within limits”. Proves once again, that in spite of "open disagreement" (Khawaja- Tillerson spat ) every now and then, Pakistan is "completely owned" by the US, no "ifs and buts" about it. No wonder that Teheran cannot "trust" Pakistan to be an inter - Ummah "honest broker" :mrgreen:
“The recent positive contacts between Pakistan and Iran have not been welcomed by the US . They believe we [Pakistan] should stay away from Iran as much as possible. They have conveyed their message in this regard too,” said an official, who remains in contact with Washington. :roll: So, things will "again go back to normal" with Iran. Like firing at the border, accusations of interfering in each other internal affairs, "Irani spy" caught in Karachi etc etc :D
He added: “The US has made it clear it cannot support Pakistan to have close ties with Iran when Tehran was defiant not to cooperate with Washington.” This month army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Iran and had positive meetings with the civil and military leaders. During Bajwa’s visit, the two sides heaped praise on each other despite differences on regional issues – mainly Afghanistan.
The agreement on cooperation between Pakistan and Iran comes after the US pressed Pakistan to accept President Donald Trump’s new Afghanistan policy – with a greater role for India. Pakis "hedging" their bets in Afghanistan ?
President Trump had earlier threatened that military and other aid to the nuclear-armed ally was at stake if Pakistan did not clamp down on extremists.Recently, Iran said the US supported dictatorship against democracy.In a statement, the Iranian embassy here had said: “From the very first days of the Islamic revolution, the United States adopted a hostile, interventionist and destabilising approach towards Iran’s newly-established government with the aim of overthrowing it.”
Another official at the foreign ministry said Pakistan had told the US that Pak-Iran ties were meant for bilateral cooperation and not designed against any country. “It has been our [Pakistan’s] consistent policy to improve ties with the other countries especially the neighbours. Pak-Iran ties do not threaten any other country,” he told The Nation citing interaction with the IS counterparts.Former ambassador Abida Hussain Pak-Iran ties were in the interest of both the countries as “we have to live together [as neighbours].”She said General Bajwa’s visit to Iran and his positive meetings with Iranian leaders were encouraging for the region. Abida Hussain said Pak-Iran agreement on the Afghan conflict would help achieve stability in the region. Pakistan cannot "convince" Iran of its so called pretensions of neutrality in the Sunni-Shia dispute. When it ex COAS is doing his bit- behind the scenes - to harm Shia interests in Yemen and Lebanon .!
“Pakistan should capitalise on the opportunity and should satisfy its growing energy appetite with Iran’s help,” she added. US, like before, is not going to allow this. And Pakistan, due to compulsions, cannot defy USA !

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 19:01

Ganja's Business Asset Being Liquidated To Recover Bank Loans.

LHC orders to auction Ittefaq Textile Mills on Dec 15

The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Monday ordered to auction the Sharif family’s Ittefaq Textile Mills on December 15.The LHC judge resumed hearing of the petition filed by the Muslim Commercial Bank (MCB) for the auction of the Sharif family’s Ittefaq Textile Mills .During the proceedings, the counsel of the bank said that the owners and the relatives of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif had mortgaged Ittefaq Textile Mills to receive loan for business.
He said that the defaulter Mian Haroon Yousaf had also given guarantee of Mian Yousaf and others for the loan. However, the bank has not be repaid the loan and therefore it may be allowed to auction the mills to remover the amount.After hearing the arguments, the court ordered to auction the Sharif family’s Ittefaq Textile Mills on December 15.

IMO, this is the main "modus operandi" of Ganja's wealth "salted abroad". Take business loans multiple times against "few' tangible assets like land, factories- (sugar, textile, iron ). Transfer the proceeds abroad in foreign currencies and buy apts, houses, businesses there ( Saudia, Dubai, Londonistan etc ). His (fraudster) brother in law , ( Ishaq Dar ) London trained is of course the mastermind in these schemes !


PS: his pretensions of "what he has done wrong" hold no water !!!

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 19:12

We Are Seeing The Word "Martyr" More And More These Days In Paki News Reports !

Captain among two martyred :roll: in cross-border terrorist attack in Bajaur Agency

RAWALPINDI – At least two soldiers embraced martyrdom and four others sustained injuries in a terrorist attack on a check-post near the Pak-Afghan border in Bajaur Agency on Monday, according to an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement.Pakistan Army’s Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Raham lost their lives in the attack, the ISPR statement added. We are seeing more and more of these Goebbelsian lie in the Paki media. The other side doing the fighting are also "Muslim" !. So the use of the word "martyr" is very misleading !
“Terrorists (one person's terrorist, is another person's freedom fighter !) from [the] Afghanistan side attempted [an] attack on Pakistani posts along [the] Pak-Afghan border in Bajaur Agency”. According to military’s media wing, around eight to 10 terrorists were killed in retaliatory firing.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby arun » 13 Nov 2017 19:16

anupmisra wrote:
SSridhar wrote:
...Rana Sanaullah, who is a staunch ally of Sipah-e-Sahaba-Pakistan, the motherlode of sectarian jihadi terrorism in Terroristan, is terrified by it and seeks further fool-proof security. AoA.


Rana sa'ab is afraid of being qadrified.


Then again demanding Kaafir body guards in the worlds first IEDological Mohammadden State and Islamic Republic is certainly not halal and could be easily construed by some other pious Abdul's as grounds for Rana Sanaullah being Qadrified aka Bull Cutletted aka Wajib Ul Qatal. Seems Rana Sanaullah is damned if he does and damned if he does not.
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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 19:16

Isloo Under Siege By "Islami Parties". Leading To Inconvenience To "Aam Abduls"

Pakistani cleric's supporters block entrance to Islamabad

All this part of the proposed "mainstreaming of Islamic parties by the Deep State" :roll:


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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 19:24

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4h4 hours ago

Spent some time with the Tehreek Labbaik protesters this morning. They're preparing for the possibility of a fight,[*] on the sixth day of their blockade of Islamabad.

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[*]PS: Aided an abated by the Deep State :roll:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Nov 2017 20:00

Pakistan Will Go To Any Lengths To Ensure That An "Indian Judge" Is Not Elected To The International Court Of Justice ( ICJ) At The Hague :roll:

Indian, English judges to compete for International Court of Justice's office

ISLAMABAD: With Pakistan finalising its strategy to fight the case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian judge and an English judge will vie with each other in a run-off election scheduled to take place on Monday for the coveted office of a judge at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague.
An informed source privy to the development told Dawn that the run-off election was being held in the ICJ because there was a tie between Judge Dalveer Bhandari of Indian descent and English judge Sir Christopher Greenwood during the previous rounds.
Every three years, five judges are elected for a nine-year term to the 15-member bench of the ICJ. Four judges from Brazil, Lebanon, France and Somalia have already been elected after five rounds of simultaneous voting in the Security Council and the General Assembly in New York. But there was no decision for the fifth judge because of the tie between Justice Bhandari and Sir Greenwood, since a candidate must obtain a majority of 97 votes or more in the UN General Assembly to get himself elected and also a majority of eight votes in the Security Council.
Sir Greenwood, in early 60s, has previously served as the professor of international law at the London School of Economics. Justice Bhandari is a retired judge of the Indian Supreme Court who was elected to the ICJ in April 27, 2012.
When asked whether Pakistan has any plans of exerting its influence in ICJ elections, especially against the backdrop of the Jadhav case, a source in the Foreign Office who wished not to be named said Pakistan was aware of the development because it was a principal stakeholder due to the pending complaint by India on the conviction of Indian spy Jadhav. Islamabad has already finalised its legal strategy to participate in the Jadhav case which is expected to commence early next year, he said.
Already Islamabad has decided to arrange a meeting between Jadhav and his wife on humanitarian grounds. ( Big deal !)
On May 18 the ICJ through an interim order had stayed Jadhav’s execution but the Foreign Office then informed the world court that the government of Pakistan had instructed relevant departments of the government to give effect to the ICJ’s order of May 18.
The ICJ that sits at the Peace Palace, The Hague, has set a deadline of Dec 13 by which Pakistan has to submit its counter-pleadings or counter memorial against Indian memorial before the international court after which final proceedings on the issue will commence likely from January next. Have not seen any Paki ( or Saudi ) applicants in the running for the coveted ICJ job. ! I guess, Islami Sharia is not "practiced" at the ICJ :mrgreen:


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