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Re: T20 World Cup Final - Champions Pakistan :-)
By:Zaid Hamid, RWP
Date: Monday, 22 June 2009, 2:50 pm
In Response To: T20 World Cup Final - Champions Pakistan :-) (Dr. Shabbir)

22 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

It is a stunning testimony to the national will and resilience that, despite all the wars and unrest in the country, the national team was able to fight its way through to the top and win the world cup sparking national jubilation. A moment which gelled the nation and brought smiles on the faces of even the displaced people from war zones. In cricket at least, Pakistan rule the world!! انشاءاللہ soon, in all spheres of life, Pakistan shall rise and shine!

1. Younus dedicate victory to troubled nation
“Pakistan captain Younus Khan dedicated his team's World Twenty20 title to their troubled homeland on Sunday.”

Stand up for the champions!!!
This is our destiny, this is our belief… STAND UP FOR THE CHAMPIONS :)

Celebrations in Indian occupied Kashmir after World Cup win...
Celebrations in Indian Kashmir after Pakistan win

“the Kashmiri summer capital -- erupted in celebration after Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets and as scores of Kashmiri youth poured on to the streets and lit firecrackers. The youths also chanted pro-Pakistan and pro-freedom slogans as Indian paramilitary troops stayed in their bunkers, witnesses said.”

2. This is how Bangladesh was created
This settles at least one debate in Pakistan. It was Mujeeb who rebelled against Pakistan and then the army action started to control the Indian backed Mukti Bahni rebellion. Over half a million Pakistanis and pro-Pakistan Bengalis were slaughtered, raped and butchered by gangs of Mukti Bahni since mid March till fall of Dhaka in December. The half a million Indian army entered East Pakistan, supported the 2, 50,000 local terrorists of Mukti Bahni and fought against only 45,000 Pakistani infantry which was spread all over the East Pakistan in small numbers. Almost three quarter million troops against 45,000 men without any air, ground or naval support. This is how treachery, betrayal and back stabbing created Bangladesh.

“A Bangladesh court ruled on Sunday that the father of the country’s current premier Sheikh Hasina and not the late husband of her arch-rival Khaleda Zia proclaimed independence in 1971. In a bid to end a decades-old dispute over the honor, the High Court found that Sheikh Mujeeb ur Rahman proclaimed independence on the night of March 25, 1971, and not army major Zia ur Rahman, attorney Enayetur Rahim told AFP.....”

3. Mullah Omar reasserts control of Taliban
“Taliban supreme leader Mullah Omar is reasserting direct control over the militant group, ordering attacks and shuffling field commanders in Afghanistan, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.”

4. Are the Iranian Protests Another US Orchestrated “Color Revolution?”
“A number of commentators have expressed their idealistic belief in the purity of Mousavi, Montazeri, and the westernized youth of Tehran. The CIA destabilization plan, announced two years ago has somehow not contaminated unfolding events.”

5. Iqbal Ka Pakistan
Episode 15 of Iqbal Ka Pakistan has been uploaded to the website the link is given below

جذاک اللہ خیراً

Zaid Hamid

Messages In This Thread

T20 World Cup Final - Champions Pakistan :-)
Dr. Shabbir -- Sunday, 21 June 2009, 5:56 pm
Re: T20 World Cup Final - Champions Pakistan :-)
Zaid Hamid, RWP -- Monday, 22 June 2009, 2:50 pm
Re: T20 World Cup Final - Happy Indian Kashmir
Saadia Khan -- Tuesday, 23 June 2009, 2:56 am
Re: T20 World Cup Final - Champions Pakistan :-)
Muhammad Rafi -- Tuesday, 23 June 2009, 8:51 am
Re: T20 World Cup Final - Champions Pakistan :-)
M. Rafi - Times of India -- Tuesday, 23 June 2009, 5:23 pm
Re: T20 World Cup Final - Champions Pakistan :-)
Ahsan Waheed -- Friday, 26 June 2009, 4:09 pm