Terroristan - July 27, 2018

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Prem » 04 Sep 2018 07:43

SSridhar wrote:But, the Peerni is wearing make-up, which is strictly forbidden in Islam. She cannot be a selective Muslim, can she?

Look at his Thumbs, Dim have no energy even after snorting 100G of cocaine.

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby arun » 04 Sep 2018 10:19

X Posted from the Islamism thread.

A case of set a Pakistani to catch a Pakistani :?:

Home Secretary of the Islamic Emirate of England, held Scotland, Wales and English Administered Ireland, Sajid Javid, who originates from the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan apparently has been forced to order an investigation of the gangs made up of his Muslim Co-religionists who like him originate in the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan and are involved in a series of acts of paedophile grooming and raping of Non-Mohammadden children in Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, Newcastle and Telford,

Note the explicit mention of “Pakistani Background” in Sajid Javid’s statement and no mention of the Burka of “Asian” :evil: which is repeatedly trotted out whenever a gang of paedophile Pakistani origin Muslims are exposed.

Let us hope that this is not an exercise of Mohammadden Islamic style taqiyyah by Sajid Javid with the rest of the UK’s Government going along Dhimmi-like to protect political correctness gone mad:

Home Secretary Sajid Javid launches inquiry into sex abuse by 'disproportionately Pakistani' gangs

Meanwhile going by a separate article in Russia Today it appears that the fix is in with Sajid Javid going silent about the Islamic elephant in the room, namely the role of an upbringing under the influence of Mohammadden belief, being buried under the rubric of “cultural factors”. So do not be surprised that no conclusive “evidence” will be found to show that “that there are cultural factors that may be driving this type of offending”.

Grooming gangs: ‘Cultural drivers’ to be probed in new inquiry, says Sajid Javid:

“Keeping our children safe will be my mission as home secretary. I have already been clear that I will ask difficult questions about the gangs who sexually abuse our children. There will be no no-go areas of inquiry. I will not let cultural or political sensitivities get in the way of understanding the problem and doing something about it.

“We know that in these recent high-profile cases, where people have been convicted, that those people are disproportionately from a Pakistani background. I have instructed my officials to explore the particular context and characteristics of these types of gangs and if the evidence suggests that there are cultural factors that may be driving this type of offending, then I will take action.”

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby RCase » 04 Sep 2018 11:25

SSridhar wrote:But, the Peerni is wearing make-up, which is strictly forbidden in Islam. She cannot be a selective Muslim, can she?

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SS - I can barely see the eyes. Seems like you have X-ray vision to notice her make-up, granted only to the momeen in jannat, per Paki 'pindaliyon ka gooda' mullah that can see through 'satarah nahi, satar' layers of clothes! :D

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Lisa » 04 Sep 2018 14:59

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 16:16

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 16:19

Sign the Petition to IK: Ban trophy Hunting and using animal products in Pakistan

Is not Imran Khan an avid hunter ( of the two legged variety as well :mrgreen: )

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 16:25

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As expected, the "Ahmedi Prof from Princeton" is being demonized again in the Paki Senate ! Zardari PPP "distances itself" and "makes hay" :mrgreen:

Umbrella group of opposition parties including the oh-so-liberal PMLN submits call-attention notice in Senate against Atif Mian's inclusion in the EAC. As expected, PPP discountenanced this heinous persecution (it wl be overlooked ofc)
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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 16:31

It Is Confirmed ! "Core Issue" Will Be Raked Up In UNGA :mrgreen:

Pakistan to raise HR violations by Indian occupational forces in IoK: Foreign Minister Qureshi

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 16:38

Information Minister For Imran Khan Defends Inclusion Of An Ahmedi In The The New Economic Advisory Council :roll:

Appointed minority member in advisory council not Islamic Ideology Council, Fawad responds to critics

ISLAMABAD – Following a backlash over the appointment of a minority member in the Economic Advisory council by some fundamentalists, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said that minorities have same rights in Pakistan as the majority. :roll:
Is the Islam Brigade listening !
The information minister, responding to the criticism, said that the minority member has been appointed in the advisory council related to the economy and not in the Islamic ideology council, local media reported.
But, according to the i.e.d.ology of Pakistan how can you be a a "good Paki" if you are not a Muslim :roll:
“Those who are raising objections are actually fundamentalists,” Chaudhry said, adding, “We should not bend to the fundamentalism”.“Its duty of every Muslim to protect and respect the minorities,” he added. Prime Minister Imran Khan had on Saturday reconstituted the high profile Economic Advisory Council with members having vast experience under their belts.
So, there is some relief on the way for the "minorities" Ahmedis !

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 16:43

Policeman Emboldened Under Immy's NAYA PAKISTAN :roll:

Policeman ‘rapes’ 6-year-old girl in DG Khan
Sept 4, 2018

DERA GHAZI KHAN – A six-year-old was allegedly raped by a policeman in Dera Ghazi Khan, local media reported on Tuesday. The accused, who is a moharrir by designation, took the minor girl to the City Police Station where he committed the heinous crime, the victim’s mother claimed.A case has been registered against the police official named Khaleel, who has also been posted to an unknown location.The minor victim was shifted to the Teaching Hospital for a physical examination and further investigations are underway.

Has Madame Jalebi's attention brought to this issue ( HR Minister !) . D.G. Khan is her " home turf " :mrgreen:

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Terroristan - July 27, 2018

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Aid cut by US will push Pak closer to China’ - Omer Farooq Khan

ISLAMABAD: The US decision to cancel $300 million aid to over its inaction against terrorist groups carrying out attacks in Afghanistan is a major blow for the newly elected Imran Khan government struggling to keep the economy of the country afloat. With the suspension of $300 million, the total amount of Coalition Support Fund (CSF) withheld by Washington this year stands at $800 million.

The cancellation came days ahead of an expected visit by US secretary of state and the top US military officer, General Joseph Dunford, to Islamabad. “This decision was expected but not before the planned visit of top US officials. It will likely further deteriorate the strained relations between Islamabad and Washington,” said a senior foreign ministry official, requesting his name not be made public. “The decision to suspend aid has set the tone for the next week’s conversation between the top officials of the two countries in Islamabad,”
the official added.

According to analysts, the incessant US pressure on Islamabad over terrorism has already reduced Pakistan’s reliance on Washington in the defence sector. “The latest move is likely to push Islamabad Pakistan further towards Beijing, its longtime ally, for its military and security related needs,” said analyst Nazrul Islam
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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 17:31

Immy Approves Membership Of Indian Diplos To Isloo Club :mrgreen:

Yet another small breakthrough expected in Pakistan India diplomatic ties
Sept 4, 2018

NEW DELHI - Yet another small breakthrough is expected in the Pakistan India diplomatic ties as membership applications of Indian diplomats in Pakistan, including that of Indian High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria, for the Islamabad Club are set to be approved by the Ministry of Interior.

Imran is Interior Minister !
Times of India has *reported link the new development.* The No Objection Certificates (NOC) for the applications will be granted by the interior ministry.
The Indian government had repeatedly raised the issue of membership at the Islamabad Club with Pakistan. The club remains a favourite for foreign diplomats in the country’s capital city. Pakistan had also blocked its own diplomats from being members of the Delhi Golf Club and Delhi Gymkhana.
If and when it is implemented, India will be expected to reciprocate ( under the Diplomatic Principle of Reciprocity !)
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and his counterpart Sushma Swaraj may have a meeting on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) later this month.
Timing of the Islamabad Club announcement coincidental or is India expected expected to respond with an YES/OK to this UN meeting :roll:

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 17:45

"Bad Sharif" Surfaces At Paki Embassy . Utters "Gems Of Wisdom" In Favour Of Imran And Pakiland !

General (R) Raheel Sharif breaks silence over new Pakistani PM Imran Khan
Sept 4, 2018

RIYADH – Former chief of army staff General Raheel Sharif has broken silence over the new Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan .
Addressing a ceremony program organized by Bazm-e-Riaz in collaboration with the Embassy of Pakistan to celebrate the 71st independence day of Pakistan in Saudi Arabia, the ex-army chief also attached hopes with the newly-elected government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for the progress of the country.
The Commander-in-chief of Islamic Military Alliance, who was a special guest in the program, said, “We have to work together as one nation for its progress”. He said that democracy was flourishing in the country.“We hope that the new upcoming government will do a progressive work for Pakistan and its peoples,” he added.
Seems that Raheel took leave from the Yemen front ( where he is "supervising" the destruction of Yemeni women and children via Saudi Air Strikes !) to come to Riyadh to pay homage to The New Khan Of Pakiland .
“Our progress is ongoing. I believe the economic situation becomes better in those countries where peace and stability are better. Every overseas Pakistani is the ambassador of the country so each one of you needs to show higher values to highlight Pakistan in other countries of the world,” Saudi Gazette quoted Sharif, as saying.
Of course, Saudi Gazette, is not going to report that Raheel will or has "cautioned" Immy not to become too close to Iran, less the Saudis retaliate and shut the dollar tap, or worse become cosy with dushman India .

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Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Peregrine » 04 Sep 2018 17:58

Jalaluddin Haqqani death: Founder of most-feared Afghan militant network is dead, Taliban says - Adam Withnall

Haqqani network considered most formidable of the Taliban's fighting forces

The founder of Afghanistan’s powerful Haqqani network, one of Afghanistan’s most feared militant groups, has died at the age of 72, the Taliban has announced.

Jalaluddin Haqqani was once an ally of the US in its fight to defeat the Soviet Union in Afghanistan, but went on to become a close friend of Osama bin Laden and in 2012 the US declared the Haqqani network a terrorist organisation.

Haqqani died in Afghanistan on Monday after years of ill health, a Taliban spokesperson told the Associated Press. He had been paralysed with Parkinson’s disease for the past 10 years and long ago handed over operational control of the Haqqani network to his son, Sirajuddin.

Considered the most formidable of the Taliban's fighting forces, the Haqqani network has been linked to some of the more audacious attacks in Afghanistan.

And with Sirajuddin Haqqani in operational charge, it was not immediately clear what direct impact the elder Haqqani's death would have on the insurgent movement.

"If his excellency Haqqani Sahib has departed us physically, his ideology and methodology continue to endure," a Taliban statement said.

The Haqqani network’s unusual history began when Jalaluddin Haqqani, educated at a deeply conservative madrassa in Pakistan, agitated against Afghanistan's monarch, King Zahir Shah, in the 1970s.

During the 1980s, when Washington backed an uprising against the communist government in Kabul and its Russian allies, it was Haqqani's military prowess that brought him attention from both the US and Pakistan. He received money and weapons from the US and his was among a number of Islamist groups that defeated an invading army from Moscow.

Haqqani’s network joined forces with the Taliban when they overran Kabul in September 1996, expelling a mix of feuding mujahideen groups whose battles had left the capital in ruins.

In August 1998, American cruise missiles targeted Haqqani's base in a failed attempt to kill bin Laden. Several Pakistani militants affiliated with the Harakat-ul-Mujahedeen group were killed in that attack.

In November 2001, when the Taliban were routed from Kabul, Haqqani was ordered by Mullah Omar to lead its Arab fighters to safety.

Haqqani developed close ties with Pakistan's intelligence service, known by the acronym ISI, as well as Pakistani militant groups, many of whom were being groomed by the ISI to fight India in the disputed Kashmir region.

US and Afghan officials have said the network, based in Pakistan's North Waziristan region, operated with the support of ISI. It’s a charge that has been rejected by Pakistan, which instead points to Haqqani’s early links to the US.

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby vijayk » 04 Sep 2018 19:36

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/04/worl ... talks.html
Pakistan’s Military Has Quietly Reached Out to India for Talks

Concerned about Pakistan’s international isolation and faltering economy, the country’s powerful military has quietly reached out to its archrival India about resuming peace talks, but the response was tepid, according to Western diplomats and a senior Pakistani official.

The outreach, initiated by the army’s top commander, Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa, began months before Pakistan’s national elections. Pakistan offered to resume on-and-off talks with India over their border dispute in the Kashmir region, which stalled in 2015 as violence flared up there.

A key objective for Pakistan in reaching out to India is to open barriers to trade between the countries, which would give Pakistan more access to regional markets. Any eventual peace talks over Kashmir are likely to involve an increase in bilateral trade as a confidence-building measure.

Increasingly, Pakistan’s military sees the country’s battered economy as a security threat, because it aggravates the insurgencies that plague the country. Pakistan is expected to ask the International Monetary Fund for $9 billion in the coming weeks, after receiving several billions of dollars in loans from China earlier this year to pay its bills.


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Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Peregrine » 04 Sep 2018 21:04

‘2+2 dialogue': India, US to discuss sale of drones, exchange of satellitedata
Reuters | Updated: Sep 4, 2018, 17:01 IST

WASHINGTON/NEW DELHI: The United States and India will seek to finalise a number of defence agreements during high-level talks this week that aim to draw their two militaries closer and counterbalance China’s influence in the region.

US defence secretary Jim Mattis and secretary of state Mike Pompeo will hold talks with foreign minister and defence minister for the two-plus-two discussions.

Already cancelled twice this year, it is the highest level of dialogue between the two countries and was agreed upon by US President and Prime Minister last year.

Officials and experts believe that the meeting is not only symbolically important, but will give the world’s two largest democracies a chance to make concrete progress while ironing out significant differences, including over India’s ties with Russia and Iran.

“The 2+2 presents a historic opportunity to develop our growing partnership and to explore ways of enhancing our security cooperation,” the top US military officer, Marine General Joseph Dunford, told reporters travelling with him to the talks.

The talks will be held on Thursday.

Randall Schriver, the Pentagon’s top Asia official, predicted last week that the discussions would produce “a set of actual concrete outcomes.”

The United States and India have increased defence ties over the past decade, in part because of mutual concerns over an increasingly assertive China.

India has been alarmed at China’s expanding security and economic links in South Asia. The nuclear-armed Asian giants were locked in a 10-week military stand-off last year in a remote, high-altitude stretch of a boundary in the Himalayas.

Earlier this year, the US military renamed its Pacific Command as the US Indo-Pacific Command, a move underscoring the growing importance of India to the Pentagon.

Among the topics for discussion, the United States is hoping to finalise an agreement on a communications framework that would allow for securely sharing information.

The Communications Compatibility and Security Agreement (COMCASA) has long been a demand of the United States and would open the door for Washington to sell sensitive defence equipment to India, like the armed version of Guardian drones.

India has historically been opposed to the agreement because it sees it as being too intrusive. Earlier this year however, an Indian defence source told Reuters that New Delhi had shed its opposition to the agreement.

“That would be a big deal, if that announcement comes out of this ... in terms of advancing the interoperability, that would really be a kind of big next step,” said Alyssa Ayres, a former US state department official and now a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

The two sides are also negotiating another agreement, a Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA), which would enable them to share advanced satellite data for navigation and missile targeting, Indian military sources said.

The United States is keen to tap into India’s large defence market. It has emerged as India’s No. 2 weapons supplier, closing $15 billion worth of deals over the last decade.

A senior US defence official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the two countries were looking at carrying out a major joint exercise - involving troops on land, at sea and in the air. Further details were not immediately available.

The two countries hold elaborate navy-to-navy manoeuvres, air exercises and even drills involving special forces, but war games involving all three represent a scaling up of defence cooperation.

Waivers from sanctions

Despite the optimism, US officials acknowledge that the two countries will also discuss significant disagreements.

“India wonders about the coherence of US strategy and worries the US is pursuing policies inimical to key Indian interests like its continued dependence on Russian military hardware and Iranian oil,” said Sameer Lalwani, co-director of the South Asia programme at the Stimson Center think tank in Washington.

The United States is concerned about India’s planned purchase of Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile systems.

The United States has imposed sweeping sanctions on Russia, under which any country engaged with its defence and intelligence sectors could face secondary US sanctions. However, a new defence bill gives the president the authority to grant waivers in case of national security interests.

Schriver, from the Pentagon, said there was no guarantee India would get a waiver if it bought the Russian system but was open to speaking with India about providing alternative systems.

India has nearly concluded commercial negotiations with Russia for the missile systems and intends to proceed with it as part of its defences against China, a defence ministry official said.

For months, the two sides have been aiming to reach an agreement on the deal before Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to India, planned for early October for annual summit talks.

The United States is also pushing countries to halt oil imports from Iran after Trump withdrew from a 2015 deal between Iran and six world powers.

India, Iran’s top oil buyer after China, has so far not decided on the size of any cut to Iranian imports and continues to seek a waiver from the United States.

US sanctions on Iran’s energy sector are set to be re-imposed after a 180-day “wind-down period” ending on November 4.

“I think we need to sit and have that very open, candid, sober dialogue and see where we come out the other side,” Schriver said

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Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Peregrine » 04 Sep 2018 21:23

Arif Alvi elected 13th president of Pakistan - Our Correspondents

ISLAMABAD / QUETTA / PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Dr Arif Alvi was elected as the 13th president of Pakistan as the country’s electoral college – comprising of the Senate, national and provincial assemblies – cast their votes on Tuesday
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Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 21:28

Three Pakis Win The "Jannat Lottery" In Saudia :mrgreen:

Three Pakistani pilgrims dead in Saudi Arabia accident

MAKKAH – Three Pakistani pilgrims have died and one critically injured in a road accident in Saudi Arabia. Four Pakistani pilgrims were en route to Madinah from Makkah when their vehicle overturned.
. It is the wish of "everyone" from the "Religion Of Peace" to "go upstairs" while in The Land Of Two Holy Mosques . According to The Book, it a guaranteed short cut to Jannat ( AKA Heaven ) :mrgreen:
The dead have been identified as Ali and Imran from Karachi and Rizwan Memon from Sukkur; while the injured was identified as Salman Memon. Bodies and the injured pilgrim were shifted to a hospital for medico-legal formalities.
Rizwan Memon’s brother alleged that the Pakistani embassy in Saudi Arabia was not cooperating with them to bring back the bodies.
CJP Saquib or HR Minister Jalebi should take "due note" and do the needful !
Moreover, according to the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony ( Thank you NAYA PAKISTAN :roll: ) as many as 64 Pakistani Hujjaj including 16 female and 48 male died during their stay in Saudi Arabia for performing Hajj.

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Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 21:36

Peregrine wrote:Arif Alvi elected 13th president of Pakistan - Our Correspondents

ISLAMABAD / QUETTA / PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Dr Arif Alvi was elected as the 13th president of Pakistan as the country’s electoral college – comprising of the Senate, national and provincial assemblies – cast their votes on Tuesday
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Muslims do not believe in "superstitutions". For them, 13th is just like any other number . Friday the 13th, 13th President of Pakistan . It means nothing ! For the esteemed "Doctor" ( hopefully not from Axaact University ) It is a privilege to serve under "Khan Sahib's" NAYA PAKILAND ERA :mrgreen:

PS : For Muslims the "magic three digit number" is 786 !

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Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 21:41

The Kaptaan "Directs" And The Abuse Of Petrol Theft Will ( hopefully ) Stop :mrgreen:

PM Imran directs petroleum division to curb gas theft in country

One more confirmation ( IMO ) that The Kaptaan is going to be a "hands- off " PM . Like the Mughal Padshahs . "Your wish is our command, kind of a thing" :mrgreen:

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Postby nam » 04 Sep 2018 21:47

vijayk wrote:https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/04/world/asia/pakistan-india-talks.html
Pakistan’s Military Has Quietly Reached Out to India for Talks


As soon as the land of pure in going down the dump, it's fans fly the peace flag. Pak is exactly where we want it to be.

Is it going down the sink, who cares. Should we be scared that it will send more terror in India.. it will become more famous and it will pay for it.

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Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 21:58

Atif R Mian highlights the most important issue facing Pakistan

The News International
Sept 4, 2018

KARACHI: Noted economist Atif R Mian, who has been included by Prime Minister Imran Khan, in the newly constituted Economic Advisory Council to assist the government in policy making has laid out most important issues facing national economy. In a series of tweets before the July 25 elections in June, the financial expert listed the areas where the new government should focus on.“As Pakistan heads to the polls, what is the most important issue facing the country? In my view, it is the persistent economic slide over the last forty years.”
In spite of being personally demonized by the main stream Pakis for calling himself a "Muslim" , this Ahmedi Prof from Princeton still insists on singing the "siren song" for Pakistan . Something like "you can take the Paki out of a village, but you cannot take the village out of the Paki" :mrgreen:
“Consider this, in 1980 Pak income per capita was 40% to 60% higher than India, China or Bangladesh. But now Pakistan is the poorest in this group. The average Indian is now 60% richer and the average Chinese a whopping five times richer than their Pakistani counterpart.”
Mian Saheb still remembers "the good old days pre 1971 days of Ayub, the pseudo Pathan and self appointed Field Marshal !
“In 1980 Pakistan's exports per capita were 2 to 3 times those of Bangladesh, India or China. Today, Pak's exports are the lowest by far. Indian and Bangladeshi exports have grown at a rate that is five times that of Pakistan, and China’s at a rate that is forty times faster!”
Waiting for an invite from Imran for first hand diagnostic and remedy, instead of long distance consultation :roll:
“This poor performance over decades has had a devastating impact on Pakistanis. Just last year an estimated 420,000 children under 5 died. At least 270,000 of these would have been alive if Pakistan had made as much improvement as Bangladesh since 1980.” “The inability to grow like everyone else around us is literally killing our children. Yet no party is talking about it ... perhaps because they are all complicit. But this issue needs to be brought to the forefront.”
You can "almost feel" the note of enthusiasm in the Prof's words . Maybe, in his heart of hearts he still believes that Imran ( and Asad ) is the magic elexir

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Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 22:06

Unlike The Purdah Bound Mrs Of President Mamnoon And The Pious Peerni Of Imran Khan, Mrs Arif Alvi Has No Hesitation In Blowing The Proverbial Horn On Behalf Of Her President Husband :mrgreen:

Mrs Arif Alvi extols husband's role as a father

Mrs Alvi continued to add, “Also, he gives a lot of confidence to the children. In order to develop a special bond with them, we frequently plan and go on family vacations, so we can interact with our kids one-on-one and inculcate in them a strong set of values.”

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Postby Falijee » 04 Sep 2018 23:36

Paki Nightmare : Making Sure That There Is No India Friendly Govt Ever Remains In Power. In Afghanistan !

American blood .Let the US ask India to send a couple of battalions to Afghanistan

Now to Afghanistan, where one is bewildered by a war-weary Washington’s keenness to give India a role in peacemaking. Is a peaceful Afghanistan in India’s interests? With Secretary Mike Pompeo due in Islamabad for talks with the new leadership, it is time the two sides assessed India’s track record in the AfPak region since the Cold War days and came to a realistic conclusion about New Delhi’s true aims in the strife-torn country.
Pakistan's nightmare is an India friendly regime in Afghanistan !
A cursory look at India’s policies towards Afghanistan during the Cold War and its objectives now show an extraordinary continuity in strategy and tactics. Briefly, from the end of the Raj in the late 1940s to the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1989, New Delhi was hand in glove with Moscow to orchestrate Kabul’s ‘Pakhtoonistan’ bogey, encourage Afghanistan’s ‘irredentist’ claims on Pakistan territory and foment ethnic tendencies in its north-western province to threaten the territorial solidarity of an American ally. Those were pre-terrorism days, and Kabul had no complaints of the ‘safe haven’ kind we hear from it today. Yet New Delhi, egged on by Moscow, relentlessly pursued policies which sought to use Afghanistan as a tool to destabilise Pakistan and keep the two countries involved in a state of perpetual confrontation
To test the altruism of New Delhi’s peaceful intentions today, let Secretary Pompeo ask Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to send a couple of battalions to Afghanistan to fight shoulder to shoulder with their American comrades to help defeat the Taliban. Mr Modi will baulk at this for two reasons. Firstly, he knows Afghanistan is a bottomless grave for foreign invaders. Secondly, why should Mr Modi lose even a single Indian life when America is doing New Delhi’s job quite satisfactorily? Why should Mr Modi spend a single rupee and have Hodson’s Horse suffer casualties when America is quite charitable with the lives of its own young men and is ready to spend trillions to keep Afghanistan on the roil to India’s delight?
India’s sole interest in Afghanistan is to ensure a country trapped in the quicksand of war, with pliable governments repeating anti-Pakistan rhetoric and exporting political instability and millions of refugees to its eastern neighbour, besides providing safe havens to terrorists who kill 132 Pakistani children.
Pakistan wants to fence the Durand Line , which every Afghan Govt ( including the Taliban) has recognized as an artificial divide. Pakistan wants Afghanistan to be dependent on her , which Afghanistan is resisting . Afghanistan is blaming Pakistan- with evidence - for Taliban sponsored attacks inside Afghanistan , which Pakistan still blank face denies !
Then there is the myth that America wants to “build” India as a countervailing power against China. India, of course, will grab the offer, take the maximum advantage of American naivety and squeeze invaluable economic, high-tech and diplomatic benefits, but it will never commit suicide by taking on China for Washington’s benefit.
Indian Diplomacy wins ! China recently stated that it has a neutral stance in the dispute between India and Pakistan :mrgreen:
India’s geopolitical interests lie to its west, for — to please China — it has written off Aksai-Chin, which it knows Beijing doesn’t consider negotiable, since it has built a strategic highway linking Xinjiang to Tibet. It is Pakistan and Pakistan alone that matters to India, and Afghanistan is a precious tool in its diplomatic and non-diplomatic war on Islama­bad. Peace is the one commodity New Delhi is not going to buy south of the Hindu Kush. It seeks a place in peace talks to perpetuate the status quo in Afghanistan.
There is no doubt that Pompeo is going to "economically and politically" squeeze Pakiland - on the direct orders of POTUS , when he meet The Khan this week in Isloo !

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Postby Falijee » 05 Sep 2018 00:00

Chief Justice Of Pakiland "Doubles" As A Detective . Smell A Rat- With His Pakjabi Nose - In Those Bottles Found In Memon's Room

Fully aware of who changed bottle samples found in Memon's room: CJP
The Nation
Sept 4, 2018

During the hearing of the cases at the Supreme Court, on Tuesday the Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Saqib Nisar remarked that he is fully aware that under whose supervision samples were changed of alcohol bottles seized from Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Sharjeel Memon’s hospital room
During the hearing, Sindh chief secretary said the reports on the contents of the bottles seemed 'suspicious'. It seems like that the report has been tempered, he further added. "We have the CCTV footage of the hospital and Memon's room which had been declared sub-jail and will submit a report after looking into the matter", he stated."I saw no bottle of honey in the former Sindh information minister's room and he never denied that there was alcohol in the bottles, he just said these were not his," CJP said.In Sindh, it is like a trend that all the politicians fell ill and get shifted from jail to the hospital, Justice Saqib Nisar remarked.
When everything is said and done, at least IMO, it boils down , to Saquib Nisar's contempt for the Sindhis of Pakiland. This is not the first time that he has alluded to the Sindhis in a negative way . !
The CJP said, there has been a hue and cry over my surprise visit to Sharjeel Memon's hospital room just go and look at that room it is like a presidential suite.Justice Nisar on Saturday made a surprise visit to rooms of political prisoners in three hospitals in Karachi, including Memon's hospital room and found liquor bottles and drugs from his room.The bottles were sent for testing and on Monday, test report by Chief Chemical Examiner, Dr Zahid Ansari, revealed that the bottles did not contain alcohol.According to the report, one of the bottles contained honey and the other olive oil. :lol:
Does the CJP have the "smoking gun" as proof and evidence or is he just bluffing ?

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Postby Peregrine » 05 Sep 2018 00:01

India asks US to not forget 'strategic relations' amid sanction threat - Sachin Parashar

Ahead of the maiden 2+2 dialogue, India on Tuesday called upon the US to keep in mind the significance of Indo-US strategic relations + before nursing any thought of imposing sanctions on the Indian government for its decision to purchase S-400 anti-aircraft missile defence system from Russia.

While underlining the importance of the dialogue, which will see secretary of state and secretary of defence engaging with foreign minister and defence minister Thursday, the government also said there was no question of acting under any compulsion from the US on the issue of energy imports from Iran.

"We hope US will not forget the strategic relations it enjoys (with India and other countries). US has to take a call and exercise that waiver (from sanctions) based on considerations of its relationship with each country," official sources here said as they described the 2+2 talks as one of the most important diplomatic events in India this year.

The much delayed dialogue is finally taking place at a time India is grappling with the threat of US sanctions for its oil imports from Iran and the finalisation of $ 6 billion S-400 missile defence system deal with Russia. Both issues are likely to figure prominently in the talks.

India has decided to go ahead with the S-400 purchase + despite pressure from the US to shun the deal. In the run up to the September 6 talks, it has also made 3 important points before the Trump administration on its oil imports from Iran which sources here described as a "major relationship in the region" for India.

First, India meets almost 83 per cent of its energy requirements from external sources. Twenty-five per cent of this comes in the form of crude from Iran. Second, India has asked US to suggest alternative sources of crude available including the pricing involved.

"Third, we have also made the point that some of our refineries are dependent on certain kind of crude oil. However, there is no question of taking any decision on the issue of oil imports under compulsion from either the US or Iran," said a source.

Official sources said that while India did not want to see Iran as a nuclear-weapon state, it respected Iran's rights to peaceful uses of nuclear energy. India's position is in line with the 2015 UNSC resolution 2231 which calls for full and timely implementation of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) concluded the same year by China, France, Germany, Russia, UK, US, EU and Iran.

On whether or not Communications, Compatibility and Security Agreement (COMCASA) will be signed after the talks on Thursday, sources said both sides will take stock of the "enabling instrument". In case the agreement, which will help India obtain encrypted and secure communication technology from the US, isn't signed during the visit, the 2 countries can still be expected to announce support for the agreement "in principle". COMCASA will also allow India access to advanced US military technology including armed predator drones.

The government also sought to play down the Quad mechanism with Japan, US and Australia
ahead of the talks saying that it should not be seen as some "great strategic game plan" which these countries together had. In terms of India's overall security, said a source, Indo-Pacific was not a mechanism but a concept, an idea that "encapsulates India's future" As far as India was concerned, said the source, Indian Ocean was open and inclusive.

Counter-terrorism will also be an important area of focus in the talks with India looking at US for an early designation of terror entities. Sources, however, avoided answering a specific query about whether or not India was pressing the US for a fresh resolution at the UN to ban Pakistan based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar

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‘Embarrassed’ expat offers to gift helicopter to PM Khan
Pakistan Today
Sept 4, 2018

A Pakistani-Canadian national, Khalid Malik, expressed willingness to gift Prime Minister Imran Khan a helicopter after he came under fire from all quarters for using official aircraft from PM Office to his Banigala–a distance of mere 15 kilometres.Malik decided to make this offer to the premier because of the “undesirable criticism” against the PM that “embarrassed him and other overseas Pakistanis”. “After having seen the undesirable criticism against Imran Khan for using a helicopter, I hereby announce a gift of a helicopter including fuel grant for Imran Khan’s use provided that the media and all political parties stop cribbing about his air travels,” said Malik in a message being circulated on WhatsApp.

Imran has been the "butt of quite a few jokes" when he decided to skip motorcade/ car (weekend) travel between Isloo and Bani Gala and opted for a heli ride instead . His Information Minister "defended " the helicopter option by saying that it costs "only Rs 55 per kilometer " !!! Not sure if this is a "cheap publicity stunt " by the Ex Pat supporter of The Kaptaan. If the Canadian Paki was "serious", he would have put this in writing, and would not announce this publicly . Doubt that he has the "financial strength" to purchase an "expensive toy" for His Captain . Again, there is the unsaid question of the quid pro quo . There is no free lunch !

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Postby Peregrine » 05 Sep 2018 00:46

First jolt to Imran Khan as top aide quits after corruption case filed
PTI | Updated: Sep 4, 2018, 21:23 IST

ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on parliamentary affairs resigned on Tuesday after the anti-graft agency registered a corruption case against him, in the first jolt to the Imran Khan-led government.

Awan, while stepping down, said the rule of law of must start from himself. He said he has forwarded his resignation to the prime minister.

"Just reached PM House to tender my resignation from Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs. Rule of Law begins with me. Thank you, Insafians for standing by me always. I will never let you down," Awan wrote in a tweet.

The resignation of the close aide of Khan came hours after the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) filed a corruption case against Awan regarding a delay in Nandipur Project in the Accountability Courts in Islamabad.

Geo News reported on Sunday that Awan was questioned by the anti-graft body for three hours over allegedly delaying the Nandipur Project.

Quting sources, the report said that a team of the NAB's Rawalpindi chapter, led by Deputy Director Asma Chaudhry, questioned the 60-year-old Senator from Punjab province for keeping the project's file "away" for months, leading to a loss worth billions of rupees to the national exchequer.

The delay was caused during the tenure of Pakistan Peoples Party-led government in the centre from 2008 to 2013, with Awan then serving as minister for law and justice, Geo News reported.

The former federal minister for water and power Raja Pervaiz, along with other officers of the ministry, also faces a corruption case for delay in the same project, the report said.

The corruption cases were filed after a commission, constituted on the direction of the Supreme Court, held officers of the Ministry of Law and Justice responsible for the delay, it said.

Khan, who was sworn-in as prime minister last month, has vowed to root out corruption and cut down government expenditure to overcome the serious financial difficulties faced by Pakistan.

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Postby Falijee » 05 Sep 2018 00:51

Is The CJP Serious In Going After The Paki Fauj? Is He Not Walking On Thin Ice :roll:

Army’s ‘property dealing’ attracts CJP’s attention
Pakistan Today
Sept 4, 2018

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday questioned the role of Pakistan Army in “property deals”, saying “billions of rupees” are earned from allotment and transfer of land but it’s not clear how the state institution was building housing societies. While hearing a suo motu case regarding the removal of billboards in Lahore, Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar asked since when the army had been involved in property deals, and questioned how the army was building housing societies.“If the army wants to make housing societies, they should make them for their own people. But they make plots and start selling them to average people,” he said during the hearing. The CJP said that “billions of rupees” are earned from the allotment and transfer of land, asking where the Defence Housing Authority’s (DHA) “billions of rupees” go.
Am more than convinced now that either the CJP ( Nisar) is either on an ego trip or suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder ( ADD ) . One day, it is the Gondal case, next day doing an surprise raid on a Karachi Hospital , funding raising for dam building . And the list goes on and on. Suo Moto this and Suo Moto that ! If the Judge wants to hang on to this "lucrative job", she should keep his mouth shut , on "sensitive topics" like The Fauj and The Kaptaan's family squabbles IMHO !
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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Picklu » 05 Sep 2018 00:58

RCase wrote:
SSridhar wrote:But, the Peerni is wearing make-up, which is strictly forbidden in Islam. She cannot be a selective Muslim, can she?

^^^
SS - I can barely see the eyes. Seems like you have X-ray vision to notice her make-up, granted only to the momeen in jannat, per Paki 'pindaliyon ka gooda' mullah that can see through 'satarah nahi, satar' layers of clothes! :D


Plucked eyebrow and nail polish are easily visible. So, lipstick under burkha is quite possible.

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Postby Peregrine » 05 Sep 2018 02:48

Mike Pompeo set to press Pakistan to rein in all terror groups: Reports
PTI | Sep 4, 2018, 23:34 IST

ISLAMABAD: US secretary of state is expected to press Pakistan to target all terror groups on its soil and play a positive role in war-torn Afghanistan when he meets the country's new leadership here tomorrow in a bid to reset the strained bilateral ties, according to media reports.

Pompeo is arriving in Islamabad along with General Joseph Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, days after the Trump administration cancelled US $ 300 million in military aid to Pakistan as it was not doing enough against terrorist groups inside its borders, the latest controversy to hit Islamabad's troubled relationship with Washington.

Pompeo will be in Islamabad ahead of the maiden 2+2 Dialogue between India and the US in New Delhi on September 6. Pompeo's talks here will be the Trump administration's first high-level dialogue with Pakistan since the new government of Prime Minister assumed office after the July 25 elections.

In their talks with Pakistani officials, the US delegation will "make very clear what we have to do, all of our nations, in meeting our common foe, the terrorists," defence secretary James Mattis said last week in Washington.

"And make that a primary part of the discussion," he was quoted as saying by Dawn newspaper.

The Trump administration has made it clear to Pakistan that it will have to back the US strategy in Afghanistan if it wants good relations with Washington, the paper said in another report yesterday.

The strategy - as defined by both the State Department and the Pentagon last week - is to use a combination of military and diplomatic pressures to force the Taliban to work with Kabul for restoring peace in Afghanistan, it said.

The US believes that a working relationship between the Taliban and Kabul can lead to an honourable withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, the report said.

Washington sent its first clear message to Pakistan last week when Pompeo telephoned Prime Minister Khan and sought "decisive action against all terrorists operating in Pakistan".

Initially, Pakistan disputed the US version of this conversation, but later withdrew its objection, the report said on Monday.

Then on Saturday, the Pentagon announced that it was seeking to reallocate the US $ 300 million in aid to Pakistan due to Islamabad's lack of "decisive actions" in support of America's Afghan strategy.

Though Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi downplayed suggestions the funding row has led to mutual tensions, he dismissed as "incorrect" the reports the US has cancelled USD 300 million in military aid to the country, saying Washington owed the money to Islamabad for expenses incurred on fighting terrorism.

"It is not a cut in any [US] aid, it is not assistance. This is our own money which we have used for improving regional security situation and they had to reimburse it to us," Qureshi asserted.

Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Kone Faulkner on Saturday said the plan to reallocate US $ 300 million will be submitted to Congress for approval and it will bring the total amount withheld from Pakistan under the Coalition Support Funds to US $ 800 million since early this year.
The cancellation of the Coalition Support Funds was a move to put pressure on Islamabad to prevent Taliban insurgents from using Pakistani soil for plotting attacks inside Afghanistan, the Voice of America (VoA) quoted observers as saying.

In January, US President suspended all military assistance to Pakistan accusing it of rewarding past assistance with "nothing but lies and deceit."

Senator Mushahid Hussain, who heads the foreign affairs committee of the Senate, told the VoA that the stoppage of US $ 300 million will undermine Pompeo's visit.

"On the eve of the most important visit to Pakistan by an official American [delegation] since the new government took office, Pakistan-American relations are hanging by a thread," Hussain was quoted as saying.

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Postby Falijee » 05 Sep 2018 04:49

Imran Khan's 100 Day Agenda

1 of the 35 promises has been fulfilled:
:roll:

Champion Green Growth



11 of the 34 promises are in progress. These include:

Accountability at the Center of Government
Depoliticize and Strengthen Police
Initiate Civil Service Reforms
Spearhead Creation of South Punjab
Expedite Integration of FATA w/ KPK
Initiate Poverty Alleviation Drive
Rapidly Create Jobs for the Youth
Launching Policy Framework to Build 5 Million Houses
Reform the Tax Administration
Ensuring CPEC Translates Into a Game Changer
Empower People At The Grassroots

Lots of "buzz words" to fuzz the issue !

Read Here For Full B.S - For "Time Pass" !
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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 05 Sep 2018 04:55

Falijee wrote:‘Embarrassed’ expat offers to gift helicopter to PM Khan

A Pakistani-Canadian national, Khalid Malik, expressed willingness to gift Prime Minister Imran Khan a helicopter ....I hereby announce a gift of a helicopter including fuel grant for Imran Khan’s use


Give this moron an Sitara-e-Ahmak. I guess living in a western democratic society with enforceable laws has not taught this idiot anything. He should know that one can not just make "gift" over a certain value to a public official. That too an overseas leader with tellibunny connections, of a country that is soon to be blacklisted for supporting terrorism.

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 05 Sep 2018 05:00

Falijee wrote:Imran Khan's 100 Day Agenda

1 of the 35 promises has been fulfilled:


Champion Green Growth


Yes, starting a tree planting drive is one half-baked promised fulfilled. Bravo!!! What about the rest of the 9,998,500,000 trees? Who is going to pay for that?

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 05 Sep 2018 05:02

One solution to I'm the Dimmy's hastily made, off the cuff promises. Set up a task force that will advise him on how to set up task forces to look into all those promises. Mission accomplished.

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby anupmisra » 05 Sep 2018 05:06

Watch out India and BCCI. There's a new sheriff in town.

New PCB chief Ehsan Mani wants to fight India in legal case

Pakistan's newly elected cricket chairman says he will continue to push his country's case at the ICC dispute committee over India pulling out of two bilateral series.
“Their (Indian) policy has been overall contradicting, because they are always ready to play in multinational tournaments like Asia Cup and World Cup but pull out on bilateral arrangements”
Their legal case before the ICC dispute panel begins on October 1.


If ICC forces India (and BCCI) to play with toiletistan, BCCI should threaten to pull out of ICC.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1430938/new-p ... legal-case

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Falijee » 05 Sep 2018 05:59

STALE NEWS FROM A SUSPECT SOURCE !

Pakistan’s economic growth rate til 2024 to surpass China’s (Harvard Study) :lol:

Harvard Study: Pakistan’s Economic Growth Rate Would Surpass China’s In Next Ten Years
By Darakhshan Anjum ( Paki, specializing in Paki News !) July 10, 2017

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Postby Falijee » 05 Sep 2018 06:10

Corps Commanders Conference held in GHQ with COAS General Bajwa in chair
Sept 4, 2018

RAWALPINDI - Corps Commanders Conference was held in GHQ on Tuesday with COAS General Bajwa on chair.

Timing is interesting . Pompeo along with Top Military Brass in Isloo tomorrow. Kaptaan had a full day briefing with Pajwa yesterday. Hope that there is no "he said, he said" episode tomorrow :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - July 27, 2018

Postby Kashi » 05 Sep 2018 06:16

vijayk wrote:https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/04/world/asia/pakistan-india-talks.html
Pakistan’s Military Has Quietly Reached Out to India for Talks


Not one word about Pak-sponsored terror or the the past actions by the TSPA to launch terror attacks whenever there were talks. The article could have been penned by ISPR. And who is this Hari Kumar who "contributed reporting [] from New Delhi?"

The Baki desperation for some sort of dialogue is increasing day by day.


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