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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Falijee » 05 Jul 2018 21:11

DJinnah "Biggest Fan" Confirms That So-Called Quaid- E- Azam Was A Scotch And A Dog Loving "Musalmaan" :twisted:

Ludicrous myths about the Pakistan Movement
Yasser Latif Hamdani
July 5, 2018

One of the persistent myths repeated by Barelvi Ulema in Pakistan is that they helped the Muslim League win the 1945-1946 elections in Punjab. This lie has been repeated so many times that it has come to be accepted as the truth. Unthinking and mediocre academics from around the world have jumped on the bandwagon presenting evidence of Barelvi literature and Barelvi mobilisation in Punjab, which they contend is the only reason why the Muslim League won Punjab in those crucial elections.
Contrary to the popular myth, Jinnah did not abandon his western suits after 1937. It is true that in order to compete with the Congress he wore a Karakul Cap and Sherwani on select public occasions such as mass gatherings but there are more public pictures of Jinnah in a suit than in Sherwani even in the period from 1937-1947. Significantly, he is seen wearing a suit at the most important events during the Pakistan Movement, such as Gandhi-Jinnah talks, meetings with Cripps mission, meetings with the Cabinet Mission, and meetings with the Viceroys. During General Zia’s time it was popularised that Jinnah had given up all his suits after he demanded Pakistan. This is patently untrue.
IMO, the author "hero worships" D Jinnah warts and all :mrgreen:
Nor did he give up his penchant for cigars, scotch and a dog on his lap. He continued to travel in first class cabins on his own money and would drink openly in front of visitors. There was no hypocrisy about the man. The Khan of Kalat famously narrated an incident where Jinnah was meeting Muslim notables at his house and his valet came with him carrying a glass of whiskey. The Khan politely suggested that Jinnah should avoid drinking in front of the notables, only to be snubbed curtly in response. One wishes he was the trendsetter for our politicians today, who are given to arguing that the bottles of whiskey they transport actually contain honey.
No wonder the shrewd Maududi did not go gaga over DJinnah !
It is true that after 1937, when converting Muslim League into a mass party, Jinnah made a few references to Islam every now and then but these were always intended to show that Islam was a positive force and not a regressive one. He spoke of women’s rights and the rights of minorities and said that Islam was completely compatible with democracy. Jinnah balked at the idea of an Islamic state, telling Raja of Mahmudabad to distance himself from the Muslim League for propagating such ideas. More pragmatically, Jinnah refused to accept the idea that there should be public prayer at Muslim League meetings, asking very poignantly who would lead such a prayer, a Shia or a Sunni?
The news about DJinnah's western orientation and his "lip service" to Malsi was kept "hidden" from the Aam Abduls of undivided India . They would have been "horrified" about his private life, include his marriage to a non-muslim Parsi - half his age :twisted:
The request had come from the breakaway faction of the pro-Congress Jamiat-e-Ulema Hind led by Ashraf Ali Thanvi and Shabbir Ahmad Usmani. Throughout this period, Jinnah was denounced as Kafir-e-Azam by the Ulema, not just because of his anglicised lifestyle, but because he refused to turn out Ahmadis from the Muslim League and because he appointed a Syrian Christian, Pothan Joseph, as the editor of Dawn. Fatwas were issued against him on a daily basis for his legislative positions such as his support for civil marriage bill which would have allowed inter-communal marriage without conversion or renunciation by either party. To say that such a man wanted an Islamic state is the most ludicrous myth of them all.
Is DJinnah turning in his grave at the metamorphosis that he has undergone at the "hands of the Islamic Republic Of Pakistan" :twisted:
Not a single resolution or official document of the Muslim League contained any reference to a promise of an Islamic state. This is a most significant fact given that the voters who were actually going to vote for the elections were not swayed by Barelvi pirs in remote areas of Punjab but actual literature being circulated. These voters were the men and women of the world who saw in Muslim League an opportunity to build up a strong counter-force to what they feared would be caste Hindu domination at the centre. Therefore, this idea that people voted for Pakistan because they wanted an Islamic state ignores the facts. Unfortunately facts have never been taken into account by nationalist mythologies invented post-hoc by post-colonial nation states.

All this is very much true. And you could say that DJinnah, as a lawyer, ( like Hamdani!) "used" Malsi and was himself surprised at the result ( Pakistan ). And he had the gall to mention - as other reports have suggested - that his desire was to afterwards "settle" at his palatial bunglow at Malabar Hill , Bombay :shock:

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby rsingh » 05 Jul 2018 21:13

Yaa AlllaHHH. First there was no water ( Bharat ne pani chura liya). Aab Pani hi pani ( bharat ne pani chod diya)

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Falijee » 05 Jul 2018 21:21

"Famous" Paki Lawyer Hamdani Sounds LOUD ALARM/ RED ALERT against Khatme Nabooat Case :mrgreen:

Yasser Latif Hamdani

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Here is an appeal to the @UNHumanRights and the #World - Islamabad High Court has just crossed the first threshold for #genocide of Ahmadis in Pakistan. For once do something before it happens. @pid_gov ... please do something before people are killed.
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AND HE IS NOT ALONE IN THIS !!!

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The IHC judgment today on the Khatme Nabooat case... disallows Muslim names, or the forced addition of Marzai as last name; documentation of each Ahmadi, much like the Jews in Nazi Germany, to deny them ‘dignified’ jobs. What is this country coming to.. :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 05 Jul 2018 21:22

putnanja wrote:
Falijee wrote:


Does it look like old temple or some other ruins in the sinkhole? Pillars, beam above it etc are clearly visible.


Apparently the transport minister wants to punish those "who are responsible for creating the sink holes".

:rotfl:

https://www.geo.tv/latest/201794-lahore-crack

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 05 Jul 2018 21:26

Axact fake degree case: Court sentences Shoaib Sheikh to 7 years in prison

Axact CEO Shoaib Sheikh is among 23 others sentenced by a district and sessions court to seven years in prison in the Axact fake degree scandal case.


Seven years. Hmmmm...Ironic. It should be enough to earn a master's and a PhD in that time.

https://www.geo.tv/latest/202029-axact- ... -in-prison

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby rsingh » 05 Jul 2018 21:29

Martin Kobler
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4h4 hours ago
getting a great haircut in the streets of #karachi!! so nice to meet the friendly barber mohammed. he works here everyday to support his wife and 6 children. Hope to see him again on my next trip!!

I bet he has an disinfection chamber installed at the entrance of his residence . Dramabaj

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 05 Jul 2018 21:33

And, now this...

Cat in the surgery room in slummabad's d'jinnah's haspataal.


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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Aditya_V » 05 Jul 2018 21:43

anupmisra wrote:
putnanja wrote:
Does it look like old temple or some other ruins in the sinkhole? Pillars, beam above it etc are clearly visible.


Apparently the transport minister wants to punish those "who are responsible for creating the sink holes".

:rotfl:

https://www.geo.tv/latest/201794-lahore-crack

And knowing Pakis it will be blamed on Modi for stealing thier Indus waters

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby krithivas » 05 Jul 2018 21:45

^PS - DJinnah will be proud. Pakland the leading nuclear CATScan power in South Asia.

anupmisra wrote:And, now this...

Cat in the surgery room in slummabad's d'jinnah's haspataal.


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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby yensoy » 05 Jul 2018 22:00

rsingh wrote:
Martin Kobler
‏getting a great haircut in the streets of #karachi!! so nice to meet the friendly barber mohammed. he works here everyday to support his wife and 6 children. Hope to see him again on my next trip!!

I bet he has an disinfection chamber installed at the entrance of his residence . Dramabaj


He will have 8 children by your next trip ambassador... he may even be a grandfather by then. Good intentions on your part aren't going to spare the country from a sure population disaster.

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Falijee » 05 Jul 2018 23:22

After Squeezing His Left Ball ( Dar ), So-Called N.A.B. Now Decides To Squeeze Ganja's Right Ball (Fawad Hasan Fawad) :twisted:

Pakistan’s ‘most powerful’ bureaucrat Fawad Hasan Fawad held for mega corruption
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LAHORE: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday arrested Civil Services Academy Director General Fawad Hassan Fawad for his supposed involvement in Rs14 billion Ashiana-e-Iqbal Housing Scheme scam.NAB, which initially denied the reports of former principal secretary Fawad’s arrest, later confirmed it, saying the bureaucrat has been arrested from the Lahore office’s premises after he had failed to satisfy the investigation officers over his alleged association with the scam.
If N.A.B's intention is to demonize Nawaz and his PML Party, they could not have picked a any better time . The crucial election just 3 weeks away, Ganja's Muslim League Party in dissaray, he himself "banished" from Paki politics, The Begum in a London Hospital and the crucial Avenfield decision TBA on Friday . The idea is to "crush" Ganja's popularity in Pakjab province !
NAB will present Fawad in an accountability court on Friday to obtain his physical remand for further investigation, said a NAB official, adding that NAB Lahore issued call up notices to the accused numerous times for appearing before investigating officials to record his statement but the accused appeared only twice before them.
Earlier in the day, Fawad had been directed by a court to provide documentary evidence to defend himself against allegations that he had played a role in awarding the housing scheme’s contract to a firm in violation of rules.
In Pakiland, it inevitably happens, that corruption is OK , when things are "right", and you are on the right side of the political equation . Even Mush is not exempted from this cardinal rule . The "smooth and slippery" Dus Percenti is of course a legendary "survivor" . :mrgreen:
Fawad has been accused of pressuring Punjab Land Development Company (PLDC) chief executive officer (CEO) Tahir Khursheed and Project Director Ali Moazzam to cancel the Ashiana contract with Chaudhry Latif and Sons and award it to his blue-eyed contractor, Lahore Casa Developers—a proxy group of Paragon City (Pvt) Limited.As a result, the government had to pay Rs5.9 million in compensation to the Chaudhry and Sons in 2013. In addition, the cost of the project had also escalated by billions of rupees due to the delay. :D
Can anyone do a similar thorough investigation on the faujis. For eg.on Mr. Assphuck Kayani and his well known ties to crookster Malik Riaz
n addition to alleged involvement in Ashiana scam, the ex-principal secretary has also been accused of constructing of a megamall—worth Rs 12 billion— in Rawalpindi.According to NAB documents, the inquiry against Fawad was launched on the request of Khurram Qureshi, a resident of Islamabad. Qureshi had alleged that Fawad and his brother Waqar had no source of income to justify assets of over Rs12 billion. He had accused that Fawad, in connivance with his brother Waqar, and persons named Gul Zareen from Belgium and Qamar Chaudhry, constructed a huge plaza opposite to GPO in Sadar, Rawalpindi.The land for the plaza was taken from Gul Zareen in exchange for certain promises and a residential plot at Haider Road, Rawalpindi. Financing for the construction of the said building was arranged by JS Bank using influence.
Whenever it rains (like in La-Whore !) it pours :mrgreen:
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Ganja and his "partner in crime" - Caption : Allah ki ghaneemat :roll:

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Falijee » 05 Jul 2018 23:41

US "Saazish" ( AKA Conspiracy ) Against Pakiland :roll:

US issues travel advisory for Pakistan over drug-resistant Typhoid outbreak
July 5, 2018

Could not have come at a worst time, IMO ! World tourist media and Pakistan Tourism has been aggressively touting Pakiland' Northern Areas GB, Hunza , Chitral etc ( bordering Chin and Kashmir !) as a "must experience" area for those "into" adventure trips. The "required bureaucratic certificates" ( headaches!) ( NOC, plus certification / affidavit that applicant is not employed by CIA, RAA, and /or Mossad :D ) falls under "small print" and is of course not mentioned in the glossy fancy brochures (available at Paki Missions Abroad ) and on their Website :mrgreen:

PS: And there is the added danger of becoming Wajib-ul-cutlet or being held hostage by one of the many groups in that "sensitive" area , who are fighting for their basic rights against the occupying Paki forces !

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 00:14

Dus Percenti "Confident" Of His PPP Party's Kingmaking Role After Elections :D

Zardari Confident PPP ‘Kingmaker’ In Coalition Govt, Foresees Political Instability After Polls

JUL 2, 2018: “Whoever” wins the July 25 election would have to talk to the PPP to form the next government, said Pakistan Peoples Party co-chairman and former president Asif Ali Zardari on Monday. He believed that independent candidates who had left the PPP, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, would win many seats in Punjab. “It is expected that a sizable number of independent candidates would be elected in Punjab which would also play their due role in this regard.” Zardari said Imran Khan had already shut all the doors by announcing that he would not make coalition with the PPP to form the government. The former president said coalition government was possible but issue of leading the coalition would arise. He said the PPP candidate for prime minister was Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, however he could also be the opposition leader, if the PPP could not manage to form the government, adding that after general election 2018, he was not foreseeing political stability in the country. Zardari who is contesting from NA-213 Termed the arrest of his close aide near his home in Nawabshah a “message”, Zardari denied that he made a tacit deal with the establishment. “Ismail [Dahiri] would not have been arrested if I had made a deal with someone. Rather arrests would have been made on my instructions [if I had a deal],” said Mr Zardari in an interview with Geo News. The former adviser to the chief minister and a close aide to Mr Zardari, Mr Dahiri, had been arrested at his house by the personnel of paramilitary force, Pakistan Rangers, a few days ago and a large cache of illegal weapons was recovered from his possession. He’s being investigated for forcibly occupying lands of others. “Someone has shown [his] love by arresting him in my hometown,” Mr Zardari said, adding that every such act was actually a message.

Many are speculating that the "shrewd Dus Percenti" has made some sort of a deal with the Deep State . They ( Deep State ) have agreed not to demonize him for his corruption ( as they are "doing" it to Ganja ) . He ( Zardari ) in turn , according to the "agreement" will pull no stops in neutralizing Ganja and his political party by issuing various poisonous statements against Sharif ( Nawaz has sought political asylum in UK !) ( Sharif "begged" to meet me. I refused !) . In turn, the Deep State will allow him and his party to sit at the Paki power table as a Kingmaker ! :mrgreen:

PS: Bilawal should again take a crash refresher course in "Oordu", if he wants to participate in this exciting post election political game :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 00:27

"Positive Proof" That Donkey Meat Is Consumed In Pakiland !
Zaid Hamid
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Jul 3

PMLN in Lahore is throwing a party on successful completion of their 5 years. Careem has started a special service for the guests and even more special meat has been imported for the celebration...
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Courtesy CPEC :roll:

PS: Ganja's Party ( no pun intended !) is collateral damage !

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Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 00:37

Benazir and Zardari’s Son Bilawal Seeking Revival of Bhutto Legacy in Elections 2018
Reuters
June 5, 2018

Most likely route back to power could be a post-election alliance with Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)
“Zardari is looking at himself as a post-election facilitator rather than a major player in the actual electoral battle,” political analyst Aamer Ahmed Khan said.
Zardari spent a total of 11 years in jail on charges of corruption and murder, though he was never convicted of any of the offenses for which he was held and has always maintained his innocence. :lol:
Once the country’s most popular party, the PPP finds itself on the brink of political irrelevance at the national level, and analysts believe it is more likely to be Zardari’s ability to cut a deal, rather than his son’s populist rhetoric, that will keep the party afloat.
When it comes to "rough and tumble" Pak politics, "Oxford Educated " Bilawal is just a baccha as compared to "uneducated and high school dropout" Asif Zardari :mrgreen:
Some in Islamabad believe Zardari has been quietly building ties with the military to that end – a suspicion enhanced in March when the PPP declined an opportunity to lead the Senate and instead helped elect an army-linked independent as Senate chairman.“Zardari believes when the time to cobble together a government arrives they will need … someone like him,” said Khan, the political analyst. “And he will become the kingmaker.”

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Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 00:38

Ganja Guilty !

Guilty: Nawaz 10 years in jail, Maryam 7

The accountability court on Friday announced the verdict in the Avenfield corruption reference filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), handing ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif 10 years as jail time for owning assets beyond income and 1 year for not cooperating with NAB. The sentences will run concurrently which means the former prime minister will serve 10 years in jail.
Getting Ganja back from Bartania might be "a problem" :D
His daughter Maryam Nawaz was handed 7 years for abetment in the purchase of the high-end properties in London, and 1 year for non-cooperation with the bureau — also to run concurrently; she will serve 7 years in total.Son-in-law Captain Safdar has been given 1 year jail time — also for not cooperating with NAB.
Now the "Election Field/ Pitch " will be completely in the control of the PTI Kaptaan. It all now depends on the "weather" :mrgreen:
Nawaz has been handed a fine of 8 million pounds, while Maryam has been fined 2m pounds. The money will go into the state treasury.
Collection" of the fine may pose a "bit of problem". Exile in Bartania is a serious option now ! Alliance with Altaf Bhai over chai biskoot and Nihari should be given thoughtful consideration ! :mrgreen:
NAB had filed the reference, along with two others, on the Supreme Court's directives in the landmark Panamagate verdict last year which deseated then PM Nawaz.
Four members of the Sharif family ─ Nawaz, Maryam, Hassan and Hussain ─ are in London, while Captain Safdar is in Pakistan, but is not present in court.
Mr. Maryam Sharif will probably "cut his own deal" with the faujis , IMO !
Soon after the verdict, Maryam took to Twitter to share this message: "This is a very small punishment for firmly standing in front of unseen forces. The morale to fight against oppression has increased today."
Most likely, the Raiwind Estate will be also attached/ confiscated to "collect the fine "
According to DawnNewsTV, the Sharif family, along with former finance minister Ishaq Dar, gathered at the Avenfield flats in London to watch the verdict.The verdict, which was scheduled for Friday morning, was delayed five times, finally being announced a little after 4:30pm.The counsel for the family had submitted an application to the accountability court on Thursday, seeking a seven-day postponement in announcement of the verdict. The plea, however, was rejected in the morning.
The atmosphere outside the court in Islamabad — where the fate of the Sharif family members was announced — was thick with tension and buzzing with media and security personnel. Both the capital police force and Rangers were deployed in riot gear outside the court.
Section 144 was imposed in the capital and police in the garrison city were on high alert. City Police Officer (CPO) Abbas Ahsan told Dawn earlier that although "strong retaliation" is not expected after the decision, they are taking precautionary measures to maintain peace in the city.
The ousted premier and his daughter had filed an application with a duty judge yesterday seeking a seven-day delay in the verdict announcement in light of Begum Kulsoom Nawaz's health.The Sharif matriarch has been in London since last year, when she was diagnosed with cancer. She was recently placed on a ventilator and her condition remains more or less unchanged.Receiving Nawaz and Maryam's application yesterday, duty judge Mohammad Arshad had issued notices to the prosecution wing of NAB, and left it up to Judge Bashir to decide on the application.
All this is proceeding as per Deep State plans !
After Judge Bashir reached the accountability court on Friday morning, Additional Deputy Prosecutor General NAB Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi opposed Nawaz and Maryam's application, saying: "At a stage when the court concludes the trial and fixes a date for the final announcement, the accused cannot file application for any relief."
He pointed out that "when the court concludes the arguments, the accused is put on notice and under the law he should be brought to court, or the court orders the accused to ensure attendance."In a rebuttal, the defence counsel, Advocate Amjad Pervez, argued that "There is a legal requirement that the accused person should be summoned at the time of announcement of judgement, and in this case Mr Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz both are ready to attend proceedings, but because of Kulsoom Nawaz's illness, they requested that the judgement may be postponed for a few days." When the lawyer asked when decision on the application would be announced, Judge Bashir replied, "Give me an hour at least." Subsequently, the court reserved its decision on the application for an hour, until 11am.
At 11am, the court announced that it had rejected the application for a delay, and said the verdict would be announced at 12:30pm.
Deep State "directing the proceedings" behind the scene :roll:
The Avenfield reference ─ which pertains to the purchase of four flats in Avenfield House, Park Lane, London ─ was among the three cases filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) against the former premier and his children on the Supreme Court's orders in its landmark July 28 Panamagate verdict which disqualified Sharif.Besides Nawaz, Maryam and her husband Captain Safdar, NAB had also nominated Hussain Nawaz and Hassan Nawaz — Sharif's sons — as accused in all three SC-ordered corruption references.The NAB prosecutor had stated before the accountability court that Nawaz Sharif had acquired the four flats. Sharif family insists that they had purchased the apartments through ‘legitimate’ financial resources.
Is he ready to swear on The Book :roll:
During the course of arguments, the defence counsel cited a number of judgements of the superior courts to prove that the case against the former prime minister and his family was devoid of evidence.Nawaz and Maryam have appeared before the court around 100 times, according to media reports.


PS: Turns out that the "shrewd " Dus Percenti may be right after all with reference to Ganja's fate . Political asylum in Bartania is a serious option :D
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Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 02:51

On The One Hand The Aam Abduls Of Pakistan Are "Thirsting" For Clean Water While On The Other Hand The R.A.P.E.S Are Given A "Free Ride" On Their Vintage Cars By The F.B.R. :evil:

Caretakers grant tax exemption to ‘classic cars’

ISLAMABAD – The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has waived off a variety of taxes for imported vintage or classic cars and jeeps.
An official notification issued by the caretaker government has exempted vintage or classic cars and jeeps meant for transport of persons on the import thereof from much of the customs-duty, regulatory duty, additional customs duty, federal excise duty, sales tax and withholding tax as are in excess of the cumulative amount of US dollars five thousand per unit.
Vintage or classic cars and jeeps are old and used automotive vehicles, falling under PCT Code 87.03 of the First Schedule to the Customs Act, 1969, manufactured prior to January 1, 1968, the FBR notification added.

"Democracy" of the few, by the few , and for the few ( shall not perish from Pakiland ) Abraham Ebrahim :D Lincoln :roll:
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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby g.sarkar » 06 Jul 2018 03:31

Saarji,
It should be Ibrahim. Ibrahim Lincoln,
Gautam

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnmI9eFzO9A

Check out Bartania being taken over by 'Asian Muslims'. Lots of Pakistaniyat on display! They did manage to sneak a lone 'sane' muslim voice of a guy (called out as 'Indian Muslim'). Else all of them are 'Pakis Asian Muslims'. These rabid dogs have made it another Pakistan.

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 06 Jul 2018 05:30

RCase wrote:Check out Bartania being taken over by 'Asian Muslims'. These rabid dogs have made it another Pakistan.


Hey, maybe the english can move to pakhanistan, start producing kids, set up their own schools, build their enclaves and walled communities...reverse karma! The english did that to Spain, France and Italy in the '80s.

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby RCase » 06 Jul 2018 06:22

Falijee wrote:Paki City, La-Whore Makes It To CNN ( for the wrong reasons :D )

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"La Hole"!!!
Sink-i-ang in Pakistan as a result of game-changer CPEC!

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Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 08:14

Paki Debt Collector Shot Dead In Interior Philippines By Unknown Gunmen :eek:

Pakistani debt collector gunned down in Philippines attack

MANILA – Unidentified gunmen shot dead a Pakistani man in a landlocked province in the Philippines before fleeing on his bike, according to the Southeast Asian country’s media.The victim, identified as Hazrat Hussain, was a money-lending collector in the Hi-Park Drive area Barangay Baliwasan, Tabuk, Zamboanga City.The 26-year-old had just parked his motorbike in front of Macaya Store along the Sayre national highway on Wednesday morning when two still unidentified gunmen shot him, according to the chief of police in Cotabato’s Carmen town.
They are here, there, and everywhere. Most likely illegal and undocumented . And escaping the wretched conditions "back home ". And Trying to earn a "honest/ dishonest" living, indulging in petty and /or major crimes and sending money by legal / illegal means to support a large extended family !
The GMA News quoted Inspector April Lou Monserate Palma, chief of the Carmen Police, as saying that the attackers did not take away the victim’s cash collections but his motorbike on which they sped away towards the southern Kabacan town.
It was the third such attack in which foreigners involved in money-lending business in Cotabato have been killed since last year, the news portal reported citing data from the Cotabato Police Provincial Office.
On October 25, 2017, a Pakistani trader identified as Etesham Ulhag was shot dead in Pikit town, also in North Cotabato. Shot dead in some God forsaken corner of the world !
In December 2017, an Indian identified as Harpeet Singh Dhillon was shot dead somewhere between North Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat province.
You see, Indians also are getting shot . So do not "stereotype" all Pakistanis :mrgreen:
More than 1,000 Pakistanis live in the Philippines while an estimated 3,000 Filipinos work as domestic helpers ( where according to Paki media reports that they are sexually harassed and/or assaulted , are not paid the agreed amount etc etc- like in Saudi Arabia ! ) in the South Asian country, according to the statistics of the Philippine government.


PS : Pretty sure that the 1000 Pakis in Philippines is a highly under-estimate # . If one "Abdul" makes it to there. Then others follow , after the "word spreads back home" :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 08:25

Mainstreaming Of The Religious Right !

Disturbing electoral entry
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July 06, 2018

THE normalisation of the religious far right and the militant right in national politics ought to be of great concern to all right-thinking and democratic citizens of Pakistan. It is not clear if a so-called policy of mainstreaming of militant groups is being surreptitiously foisted on a largely unsuspecting electorate or if the religious far right and militant groups have themselves identified a political opening of a lifetime. What is apparent, however, is that the 2018 general election will likely witness a historic participation of radical and fringe religious groups, some explicitly militarised and others less so. In terms of candidates fielded, the eventual votes polled and the number of seats won, the 2018 election may rival or perhaps far outstrip the 2002 general election outcome, which saw the rise of the MMA. But the MMA comprised largely of mainstream religious parties with electoral and parliamentary track records. The recent rise of a disparate group of ultra-right and militant electoral contenders and their supporters is surely without precedent.
The far religious right and the militant religious right have openly boasted that they have the full support of the Deep State !
How has this happened? The sudden political rise of the Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan; the rebranding of the Muslim Milli League, which failed to convince civilian institutions that the party ought to be registered with the ECP; and the sudden removal of legal impediments for candidates affiliated with the ASWJ are of particular concern. Certainly, the right of individuals to participate in an election, as candidates or voters, must not be limited or infringed upon unless there is a compelling legal reason or judicial verdict declaring otherwise. At the very least, however, all candidates should be required to renounce violence and pledge their support for a democratic, constitutional form of government. But the rhetoric of the far right can often be considered hate speech, an incitement to violence and an attempt to spread sectarian discord. When it comes to groups with an external militant orientation, participation in the general election could leave Pakistan on the wrong side of international law and a global consensus against militancy.
Does Deep State care ? They are already in the shit hole , as far as world public opinion is concerned. They know that their "name" on the FATF Black List is going to happen ! :mrgreen:
Yet, while some mainstream political parties have been subjected to exceptional scrutiny and several mainstream politicians have struggled to get their names on a ballot paper, the new ultra-right religious crop has faced virtually no public scrutiny. Perhaps more astonishing, for example, than the TLP’s ability to field 150 candidates for the National Assembly across the country is that none of those candidates appears to have encountered any resistance during the nomination process overseen by the ECP. Meanwhile, the Allah-o-Akbar Tehreek, the latest incarnation of the LeT’s political wing, has managed to field 50 MNA candidates in Punjab and KP — again with virtually no known scrutiny. The contentious issue of mainstreaming and the myriad policy and legal questions it raises cannot simply be brushed away. The democratic system may not survive such ill-thought-out tampering and interference.

Paki State will only "listen" to the "danda" ie financial squeeze !

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 08:34

PHC halts execution of 'missing man' sentenced by military court

July 05, 2018

[quote]The Peshawar High Court (PHC) during a hearing held on Thursday suspended the death sentence handed over by a military court to Shakirullah, a man who according to his family had gone missing from Dir in 2010.A petition opposing the penalty had been moved before the court by the convict's wife following which a hearing was held to decide on the matter.The session was presided by Justice Qalandar Ali Khan and Justice Ayub Khan.In June this year, Shakirullah's family learnt of the death sentence after receiving a notice from the Kohat Interim Centre saying that he was due to be hanged. It is not known what crime he has been charged with.
This is only ONE case that came to light. Probably there are hundreds if not thousands of such instances all over the country, where basic justice is being denied ! :evil: The meaning of "terrorism" can also be used to put innocent persons in jail ! This is Pakistan where the concept of "justice" is very different !
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Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 08:44

Imran accuses Nawaz of using wife's ailment to emotionally blackmail people :roll:
June 5, 2018

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday accused Nawaz Sharif of presenting his wife's ailment as a tool to emotionally blackmail the people of Pakistan.The PTI chief, while welcoming former PML-N leader Zafar Ali Shah into the party, said: "All of our hearts are with Kulsoom Nawaz. My mother also had cancer and I had to take her abroad [for treatment]. But this does not mean that this should be used to emotionally blackmail the nation. You did not remember Kulsoom Nawaz when she was [undergoing treatment] in London and you [Nawaz] were doing jalsas across the country."
Reham needs to publish her book ASAP :twisted:
"Nawaz Sharif you will read this [Avenfield reference] verdict in newspapers; Adiala jail is waiting for you," Imran maintained.
The Kaptaan should tone down his language. He has a degree from Oxford. Gutter language, should not be acceptable under ANY circumstances :mrgreen:
The PTI chief also questioned the basis on which Sharifs had moved the request and asked: "whether the same facility is available to the common man". He added that the nations in which the law is different for the rich and the poor get destroyed.Welcoming Shah into the party fold, Imran said he hoped the former senator would raise his voice if he saw PTI leadership engaging in any sort of financial corruption just like he had raised his voice against Nawaz Sharif.Hope the Abduls do not "buy this BS (no corruption in PTI !) from The Kaptaan ! :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 08:46

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The absence of Nawaz Sharif has significantly impacted the PML-N’s election campaign.
http://www.dawn.com/elections/blog/
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Postby rsingh » 06 Jul 2018 16:03

RCase wrote:
Falijee wrote:Paki City, La-Whore Makes It To CNN ( for the wrong reasons :D )

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"La Hole"!!!
Sink-i-ang in Pakistan as a result of game-changer CPEC!

So it is
Lahore= La hole
Karachi= Ah Chhi
Islamabad= Slumabad

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Postby anupmisra » 06 Jul 2018 17:02

Just in...

Nawaz Sharif sentenced for 10 years in Avenfield corruption case

Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif has been sentenced for 10 years, while his daughter Maryam Nawaz seven years, and Capt Safdar has been given 1 year prison term in Avenfield reference.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/33789 ... delay-plea

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 06 Jul 2018 17:11

More on Kargil...and on zehra's intentions.

The verdict of history

Kargil was not a tactical move but a sheer misadventure of General (r) Pervez Musharraf, reveals a well-researched and nonpartisan book by fellow journalist Nasim Zehra.
Usually it takes decades to obtain the verdict of history on controversial matters like war, where the truth remains warped due to intrigues and biases. But thanks to Nasim Zehra, who worked patiently but assiduously to sift fact from fiction, this verdict on Kargil has come in just two decades. Now we can, as Gen (r) Mian Ghulam Mustafa has wisely suggested, use this verdict of history to review our mistakes and make sure that we don’t repeat misadventures like Kargil (1999) and Operation Gibraltar (1965).
One of our leading political lights, Dr Shireen Mazari :D – in her 2003 book titled ‘The Kargil Conflict, 1999: Separating Fact from Fiction’ – tried to explain the Kargil phenomenon. Her conclusions were different from Nasim Zehra’s.
Dr Mazari and Gen Musharraf have almost the same views on Kargil
PM was briefed prior to the action, but he crumbled under international pressure. Otherwise, Kargil could have been a great military victory.
The most tragic and shameful consequence of the Kargil attack was when Gen Musharraf disowned the bodies of martyred Pakistani soldiers.
the Pakistani embassy in India officially denied receiving the bodies just so they could pretend that they were the remains of Kashmiri freedom fighters and show that Pakistan had nothing to do with the Kargil conflict.
these martyred military men were later ‘owned’ and conferred the highest bravery awards by the military.
Kargil was undertaken with the intention of weakening and ultimately dislodging the political government. The people of Pakistan are emotionally attached with the Kashmir cause and the assessment was that any military victory in Indian Occupied Kashmir would instantly make Musharraf a hero of the nation.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/337933 ... of-history

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Postby anupmisra » 06 Jul 2018 17:14

US issues travel alert for Pakistan

An outbreak of drug resistant typhoid in Pakistan has led United States health officials to issue travel alert for the country, according to foreign media reports.
The CDC said the level two alert had been triggered by an ongoing outbreak of extensively drug-resistant (XDR) typhoid fever in Pakistan that does not respond to most antibiotics.
All travellers to Pakistan are at risk of getting XDR typhoid fever. Those who are visiting friends or relatives are at higher risk than are tourists and business travellers.
Typhoid, caused by Salmonella typhi bacteria, is highly contagious and spreads by contaminated food and water. Areas with poor sanitation are worst affected.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/338028 ... r-pakistan

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Postby g.sarkar » 06 Jul 2018 17:55

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/06/worl ... rdict.html
Nawaz Sharif, Ex-Pakistani Leader, Is Sentenced to Prison for Corruption
By Salman Masood, July 6, 2018
LAHORE, Pakistan — Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was convicted and sentenced to prison in absentia by a Pakistani anticorruption court on Friday, in a verdict that is likely to further disrupt an already chaotic campaign for national elections this month. The sentence, 10 years in prison and a fine of 8 million pounds, or $10.6 million, came almost a year after Pakistan’s Supreme Court removed Mr. Sharif from office and less than five months after the court barred him from holding office for life. The case stemmed from the so-called Panama Papers leak that disclosed expensive and undeclared property owned by the Sharif family in London.
The verdict marked a further fall for Mr. Sharif, who has been Pakistan’s prime minister three times but never completed a term.
He has been a towering figure in modern Pakistani politics who now stands as an exemplar of two of the country’s most central issues: as a staunch defender of civilian governance amid military manipulation, and as a symbol of a venal Pakistani elite that has alienated much of the public.
From the start of Mr. Sharif’s legal troubles in 2016, his supporters have accused the country’s powerful military establishment of pressing the case against Mr. Sharif, whose first term ended in resignation under military pressure and whose second was cut short by an army coup.
Mr. Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif and her husband, Muhammad Safdar, were also convicted, with Ms. Sharif sentenced to seven years in prison and a fine of 2 million pounds and Mr. Safdar sentenced to one year in prison. The court also ordered the seizure of the Sharif family’s four apartments at Avenfield House, a luxury building next to Hyde Park in London. Mr. Sharif, Ms. Sharif and Mr. Safdar have all denied any wrongdoing in the corruption case. But in the ruling that ousted Mr. Sharif from office last year, the Supreme Court concluded that he and his family members could not adequately explain how they were able to afford the expensive London apartments and that they failed to provide a money trail.
Now, the verdict and sentence, announced by Muhammad Bashir, a justice on the accountability court in Islamabad, could see them imprisoned. But at least on Friday, it appeared unlikely that either Mr. Sharif or his daughter would appear in Pakistan to go to jail.
The family is said to be in London tending to Mr. Sharif’s ailing wife, Kulsoom Nawaz Sharif. She has cancer and has been on a ventilator, according to officials with Mr. Sharif’s political party, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz. His request that the verdict be delayed for at least one week was rejected by the judge earlier on Friday.
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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Kashi » 06 Jul 2018 18:02

Since Nawaz wouldn't go down quietly, the fauj has ensured that he and his heir apparent daughter will stay in exile for the foreseeable future.

They'll appeal though and if Im the dim gets too big for his boots, expect their conviction to be miraculously overturned.

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Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 18:08

The Kaptaan Speaketh !

Adiala jail is waiting for Nawaz Sharif: Imran

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said Adiala jail was waiting for former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

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Postby g.sarkar » 06 Jul 2018 18:20

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-44737793
Pakistan ex-PM Nawaz Sharif given 10-year jail term
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The UK has no formal extradition treaty with Pakistan, but Section 194 of the Extradition Act 2003 allows special extradition arrangements in exceptional circumstances.
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PS I guess Ganja is not coming home anytime soon. Kaptaan may rant all he can. But exile in UK is certainly better than exile in SA, if you have money to spend.

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Falijee » 06 Jul 2018 18:22

The Oxford "Educated" Imran Has Also Now Taken Up The Grotesque Practice Of "Daily Sacrificing Of A Black Goat" According To This Unconfirmed Rumour By Hajam Sethi of Friday Times !!!

Daily routine
Last year, The Great Khan tore down his old home on Lahore’s canal and it has since then been rebuilt to suit his current needs. We hear one of his sisters has done a speedy and efficient job, and that the house has not been built by The Khan’s moneybags developer, contrary to expectation. Now that the house is ready, Her Holiness, The Khan’s current Khanum, has moved in with her staff and all her paraphernalia. Meanwhile, back at Bunny Gala, Her Holiness ensures that the daily routine prescribed by her is kept up – a black goat is sacrificed every day at Fajr. The Khan has also become very careful about his consumption; they say he takes his own food and water with him wherever he goes. The Peerni is "directing" his life, lock, stock and barrel

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby chetak » 06 Jul 2018 18:32

Kashi wrote:Since Nawaz wouldn't go down quietly, the fauj has ensured that he and his heir apparent daughter will stay in exile for the foreseeable future.

They'll appeal though and if Im the dim gets too big for his boots, expect their conviction to be miraculously overturned.


we have to see what "role" the ISI and the PA assign to this low IQ stooge imran khan.

This bugger has already started to blame Modi for the failure of talks between India and the pakis. All the "facts" quoted by him are diametrically opposite to the facts on the ground.

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Postby Kashi » 06 Jul 2018 18:42

chetak wrote:we have to see what "role" the ISI and the PA assign to this low IQ stooge imran khan.

This bugger has already started to blame Modi for the failure of talks between India and the pakis. All the "facts" quoted by him are diametrically opposite to the facts on the ground.


Don't think the role will be any different, just that ISI and TSPA will have replaced a stooge with the personality of a dead duck with a relatively more charismatic stooge with the brains of a dodo.

They feel that Im the dim will be better suited to carry their messages and begging bowls to the rest of the world. Badmash would make watching paint dry more interesting in comparison.

Underneath the hue and the cry of electables, accountables and capables, Immy's atrophied testimonials are firmly in the grip of the fauj. Don't think there's much room for the Pinky peerni.

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Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Peregrine » 06 Jul 2018 19:27

X Posted on the I W T Thread

Dam confusion

The murky matter of dam building just got murkier. There is no disagreement that Pakistan is years deep into a rolling water crisis. This is multi-faceted. The entire Indus river system on which Pakistan is dependent is undergoing change, not an unusual event in historical terms but not exactly predictable either. Global warming is affecting precipitation — snow and rain — over the mountains to the north of the country and water, its conservation and management, are high on the agenda. Unfortunately the agenda for decades has been dominated by disagreements about the building of large dams both for storage and power generation a consequence of which being that Pakistan is marching steadfastly towards a water-poor future.

Big dams cost billions of dollars and are slow to build. Simply, there is no quick way to build a structure such as this. Even if everything goes to plan — and it almost never does — three to five years as a minimum and more likely longer to get a major dam operational. It is thus puzzling to find the judiciary entering the fray in respect of dams, and whilst we have nothing but the greatest of respect for the judiciary who do a sterling job, it is curious to find them throwing themselves in at the deep end of the dam debate.

The Supreme Court has told the government to immediately start work on the Diamer-Basha and the Mohmand dams. The SC was hearing a petition regarding another controversial dam project — the Kalabagh — and the Chief Justice (CJ) pointed out to those present in the court, including a range of government officials, that the Council of Common Interests (CCI) and everybody else were agreed on the need for the two dams, and then went on to make a surprising appeal to the general public for contributions to a fund that would be administered by the SC to help underwrite their building. The SC was acting with the best of intentions, but by no stretch of imagination is dam construction and funding under the purview of the judiciary. A rethink as to dams, judicial intervention therein, may be the wisest way forward.

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Re: Terroristan - April 24, 2018

Postby Vips » 06 Jul 2018 19:30

Falijee wrote:"Famous" Paki Lawyer Hamdani Sounds LOUD ALARM/ RED ALERT against Khatme Nabooat Case :mrgreen:

Yasser Latif Hamdani

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Here is an appeal to the @UNHumanRights and the #World - Islamabad High Court has just crossed the first threshold for #genocide of Ahmadis in Pakistan. For once do something before it happens. @pid_gov ... please do something before people are killed.
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AND HE IS NOT ALONE IN THIS !!!

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The IHC judgment today on the Khatme Nabooat case... disallows Muslim names, or the forced addition of Marzai as last name; documentation of each Ahmadi, much like the Jews in Nazi Germany, to deny them ‘dignified’ jobs. What is this country coming to.. :mrgreen:


These are the scumbags who indulged in mass murderof Hindus and Sikhs in 1947 . They should not be allowed to migrate to India. There is a creeping migration of Ahmadis out of Pakistan to Sri Lanka, Malaysia, UAE and even to India. In India a lot of Ahmadis have come in through marriages. Qadian in Punjab needs to be specially monitored.The ruling Congress I government in Punjab cannot be trusted at all.


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