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By:Zaid Hamid & Ali Khan
Date: Tuesday, 16 June 2009, 4:54 pm

16 Jun 2009
بسم اللہ الرحمن الرحیم
In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Kind

Dear brothers and sisters,

اسلام علیکم
Peace be upon you

1. Operation Raah-e-Raast
Military's resolves to crush militancy
“Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman have reiterated their resolve to defeat terrorists who were challenging the writ of the state.”
http://www.dawn.com/wps/wcm/connect/dawn-content-library/dawn/news/pakistan/metropolitan/06-army-air-chiefs-vow-to-defeat-terrorism-rs-05s

Forces launch action against TTP terrorists and extremists in Tank
“The security forces and political administration launched an operation against extremists in Tank and the adjoining areas and arrested several of them.”
http://www.thenews.com.pk/updates.asp?id=80665

2. Shah Mehmood Qureshi warns of Taliban moving into India, Gulf
They always speak senselessly without knowing and understanding the consequences that the nation will have to face. They only want money at the cost of the nation’s dignity.

“Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has called for more international aid to combat extremists, saying that the Taliban could otherwise move into India and the Gulf.”
http://www.dawn.com/wps/wcm/connect/dawn-content-library/dawn/news/pakistan/13+qureshi+warns+of+taliban+moving+into+india+gulf-za-12

3. Indian nuclear scientist ‘committed suicide’
Indians are trying to cover up the assassination of their rogue scientist who was probably selling secrets to foreign countries. In all probability, RAW assassinated him, if not his foreign handlers. He is dubious alright.

“Police on Sunday said they suspected that Kaiga atomic power plant scientific officer Loganathan Mahalingam, 47, had committed suicide by jumping into the swollen Kali river on the 8th of June when he was reported missing.”
http://www.thenews.com.pk/top_story_detail.asp?Id=22765

4. India to deploy advanced aircraft along Pakistan, China borders
Our enemy reveals its true colours. Behind the facade of peace and friendship India remains our most bitter enemy and we have to take this threat seriously.

“As part of a plan to build up forces along the borders of Pakistan and China, India on Monday deployed four Sukhoi fighter aircraft on Tezpur airbase in Assam along the Chinese border.”
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2009 \06\16\story_16-6-2009_pg7_8

5. Intelligence sharing with "Immediate enemy"
The traitor government plans selling us off once again. What khair can we expect from President Zardari or Rehman Malik? It is time for a regime change in Islamabad. Enough is enough!!

“Islamabad is expected to suggest an intelligence-sharing mechanism with its top investigators to New Delhi in the first meeting of both the countries’ leaders since the Indian government suspended dialogue following the 26/11 Mumbai attacks.”
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2009 \06\16\story_16-6-2009_pg1_2

6. Carbon Tax
Moving towards one Zionist controlled super government under UN??

This is very critical ...for the first time in the history of UN; they have proposed a Direct tax on every nation in the World known as the Carbon Tax. This will fall under the disguise of global warming. Now Pakistan has become the victim of this too. A sum of Rs. 40 Billion will be collected with this tax. Where would that go...?

“A global tax on carbon dioxide emissions was urged to help save the Earth from catastrophic man-made global warming at the United Nations climate conference. A panel of UN participants on Thursday urged the adoption of a tax that would represent “a global burden sharing system, fair, with solidarity, and legally binding to all nations.”
http://americaswatchtower.com/2007/12/13/united-nations-calls-for-a-global-carbon-tax/
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/december2007/121407_carbon_tax.htm

7. PAF's defense of Arab skies
Group Capt Qaisar Tufail writes a fascinating account of PAF's effective but little known role in defense of Arab skies.
http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/2848/foes/pakistan.htm

8. Lest we forget
A glimpse of our emotions and courage of 1965 war. At that time everybody played their role. Massive change is always brought about by a few daring and rare breed of people.

“Khalid Hasan writing on the life and loves of Noor Jahan tells how the 1965 war songs came to be sung. Noor Jahan told him; Let me tell you about those days. No one asked me to sing. I myself phoned Radio Pakistan one morning and said I wanted to come and sing. They did not believe it and just kept asking, ‘Is this Madam Noor Jahan?’ They thought it was some kind of a hoax. Finally, I said, ‘You think I am joking with all these bombs falling, these shells exploding?’ When I arrived, they were happy and surprised. ‘It really is you,’ they kept saying. ‘Well, you can see for yourself,’ I said.

I set the lyrics of the music myself. ‘Merya dhol sipahaya’, ‘Mera sohna sheher Kasur ni’ and ‘Aai puttar hattan te nain vikdey’ are all my own compositions. It took me literally minutes to compose the tune for ‘Aai puttar’. There were no musicians there and I had taken my own, Sabir on tabla, Nizam on sarangi and Mubarik on Santoor. The recording was done by Azam sahib and then there was, of course, Sufi Ghulam Mustafa Tabussum sahib who wrote the beautiful lyrics. There were just a few of us, weren’t we!

She continued reminiscing, I used to cook for my three girls at five in the morning and then be on my way. Hina the eldest at 10 would look after them. I used to load the musicians in my car and off we would go to the Mall where the recordings were done. I would not go home till I was sure everything had gone right. Once as my car moved into the studio, a shell fell, killing the sentry who had just waved me in. It could have been me.

My musicians used to tell me to get into the trench when our session was on and the siren sounded. I would tell them, If we have to go, let it be in front of the microphone, singing. Think of the boys who are out there fighting. When I sang ‘Merya dhol sipahaya’, it was not pre-recorded. I sang it straight into the microphone and it went live because the tape recorder was not working. It was a very poignant moment for me and I cried a lot. Hassan Latif who was like a brother to me said to me, ‘You have done something very beautiful.’ he said I was like Umme Kulsum. I have never forgotten his words.”
Khurshid Anwer

اے پتر ہٹاں تے نہیں وکدے
کی لبدی ایں وچ بازار کڑے
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ds3UaP3zd2A&feature=PlayList&p=BCE86781EC754040&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=10

9. Pakistan First Launching Live Radio Station
Dear All,
Assalam-o-Alaikum,

I am writing to announce that a new Live Online Radio Station is being launched. We will start our test transmission today 12pm Pakistan Standard Time!
I will be asking your support and help in this effort. Our radio station will broadcast live and recorded programs, national songs and A NATIONALIST point of view.

I would like to ask you to please allow us to broadcast your programs and embed our radio links on your website.
We are optimizing our streams right now.

But you can listen to the radio station pre-test transmission through the url given below

This is a big step in promoting our ideas and encourages debate. Now we will be able to telecast live shows as well on PakistanFirst.com. This means we can take live questions and answers from Pakistanis across the world.
Our programming target is youth and Pakistanis across the world.
Let’s Make this Happen!
Waiting for your response!
Ali Khan
Keeping national Interest First!
www.pakistanfirst.com/radio/paklive.html

جذاک اللہ خیراً
Wassalam

Zaid Hamid
info@brasstacks.biz

Messages In This Thread

PakistanFirst.com, Live Online Radio Station
Zaid Hamid & Ali Khan -- Tuesday, 16 June 2009, 4:54 pm
Ae puttar hattaN - Noor Jahan
PakistanFirst.com, Live Online Radio Station -- Tuesday, 16 June 2009, 4:57 pm
The Coming Economic Collapse
PakAlert Press -- Wednesday, 17 June 2009, 1:48 pm