Newsletter - 23 January 2010
Saturday, January 23, 2010 12:35 AM
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بسم اللہ الرحمن الرحیم
In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Kind
Dear brothers and sisters,
السلام عليکم و رحمۃ اللہ و برکاتہ
Join the Mission of Syed Zaid Zaman Hamid on Facebook
Alhamdulillah! Zaid Hamid’s official community on Facebook has been created again. Following is the link to it. Do join the mission! JazakAllah
"Blood and Tears"
The book "Blood and Tears" (revealing shocking truths of 1971) uploaded and available for free download as pdf from the BrassTacks website. Click here to download:
BrassTacks : The Real Quaid-e-Azam
“In this Special Episode of Brasstacks Mr. Zaid Hamid pays tribute to the father of the nation Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and puts an end to the baseless propaganda that Jinnah wanted a secular state.”
TTP terrorists admit getting support from India
AAj channel showing interview of TTP aligned terrorists acknowledging their support is coming from Indians based in Afghanistan. Enough of their betrayal under the facade of "aman ki asha".
Student Protesting Against Farooq Sattar
Brave Pakistani Balochis (Shaheed Lt Safiullah Baloch) - Pakistan will remember you Forever!
Most Wanted Pak militants evacuated to Afghanistan
Xe-Services, Afghan drug barons, RAW join hands to protect TTP militants
—severely hit by Pak troops, half dead top militants resurface in Afghanistan
—Maulavi Fazalullah, Qari Hussain, evacuated from Pakistan, treated at Bagram military hospital
—Balochistan’s ‘Missing People’ being trained in Afghanistan by RAW, Xe-Services
—While the Pakistan government continues to deny that the infamous private army of the Unites States, known as the Blackwaters or the Xe Services, Islamabad would defiantly be having no answer if questioned that in that case, how is it always possible for deeply injured, half dead commanders of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan etc, manage to be evacuated safely to US-run military facilities in Afghanistan after being hit hard back in the tribal belts of Pakistan and started resurfacing in the country where thousands of US led NATO/ISAF troops are apparently engaged in “Hot Pursuit” of the same militant elements, at least tow such cases have recently surfaced, reveal the findings of The Daily Mail..
The country’s defence had been put on risk in the past by some vested elements in the government just to earn money.
France asks for information on Zardari
A French judge probing a Pakistan bomb attack that killed 11 French engineers has asked Britain and Switzerland to provide whatever information they have on allegations of embezzlement by Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, legal sources here said Friday. Judge Marc Trevidic made the request to help him advance his probe into claims the 11 were killed in May 2002 by Pakistani agents taking revenge after a new French government cancelled illegal commissions on an arms deal.
Does constitution provide immunity to a ruler came into power through an illegal NRO?
Gilani orders implementation of SC verdict
LAHORE: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani says he has ordered implementation on the Supreme Court's Orders in the National Reconciliation Ordinance Case. However, he maintains that President Asif Zardari has immunity under Article 248 of Pakistan's constitution, a right that only the parliament can take away.
Mashallah Pakistani youth is becoming more aware about their right to speak up for justice.
OPF college student declines to receive award from minister
In a surprising incident, a student of ‘O’ levels, Asma Waheed, declined to receive her excellence award and certificate from Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis Dr. Farooq Sattar on account of what she termed helplessness of the government in the case of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui currently detained in the US.
The incident took place at the oath-taking ceremony of the newly-elected students council members and award distribution ceremony of the OPF Girls College, F-8/2, here on Thursday.
As US official Gates is on visit to the region, the Indians as usual have started their drama for seeking attention.
Indian airports on hijack alert
Indian airports are on high alert after Western intelligence reports warned security officials of a possible attempt to hijack an Indian airliner. The civil aviation ministry said it was tightening security on aircrafts as well on the basis of the intelligence.
Reports say that state-run Air India or other private carriers could be targeted by militant Islamic groups.
Lashkar readies para-gliders to launch suicide attack on India: Intel
Hijack threat, AI planes put on high alert
Insurgency by Naxalites (Maoists) is becoming stronger day by day and Indians are helpless.
India to reassert authority in Maoist areas: Chidambaram
Home Minister P Chidambaram declared on Friday that states had agreed to coordinate actions against Maoist guerrillas and that the government's goal was to reassert authority in rebel bastions."(Our aim is) to reassert the civil administration to be followed immediately by development in areas dominated by Naxalites (Maoists) for quite some years," Chidambaram said after a meeting with top officials of Orissa, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh here.
Iran's Bushehr nuclear plant 'to open in 2010'
Iran's first nuclear power plant will be operating by mid-2010, Iranian and Russian officials say. The Bushehr plant was begun in 1974 and abandoned five years later. Russia took over building work in the 1990s, but it has been beset with delays.
Iran's semi-official Fars news agency quoted the head of Iran's atomic agency as saying that the plant had passed most tests successfully. Russia's state nuclear corporation said the reactor would be started this year.
Indians have shown their true face by blocking sportsman just to show their hate for Pakistan.
Factors other than sports caused IPL row: FO
ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office said on Thursday that exclusion of Pakistani cricketers from the bidding process of the Indian Premier League (IPL) “is a decision influenced by variables extraneous to sports”.
Earlier, the Indian High Commission had released a statement on the row, saying it was unfair to blame New Delhi for the non-selection of Pakistani players. “Blaming the Indian government for the absence of Pakistani players from the IPL is unfortunate.” However, Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit told Dawn: “It is clear from the press release of the Indian High Commission that the decision to not include Pakistani cricketers was influenced by variables extraneous to sports and the press release is self-explanatory as to why the cricketers were not included in the bidding process.”
Americans are pressurizing China using every method after failing to stop China from becoming a rising economic super power.
China condemns 'groundless' US criticism of web control
China has denounced US criticism of its internet controls, saying it could harm ties between the two countries. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on Thursday for China to lift restrictions on the internet. Mrs Clinton also urged Beijing to investigate Google's complaints that cyber attacks had originated in China.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ma Zhaoxu said the US should "respect the facts" and stop making "groundless accusations against China".
Americans are reconciliation with Taliban in Afghanistan while they are pressurizing Pakistan to go after Afghan Taliban. Why should Pakistan do the dirty job for Americans.
Taliban part of 'political fabric' of Afghanistan: Gates
ISLAMABAD: US Defence Secretary Robert Gates on Friday described the Taliban as part of the "political fabric" of Afghanistan, but said any future
role would depend on insurgents laying down their weapons. The Islamist extremist movement has been waging an increasingly deadly insurgency against the Afghan government and foreign troops since a US-led invasion ousted the regime from power in late 2001. Afghan President Hamid Karzai is planning an ambitious Western-backed reconciliation package aimed at tempting fighters away from their Taliban masters by offering money and jobs to draw them back to civilian life.
New US strategy to re-integrate Taliban
WASHINGTON: The United States on Friday announced plans to re-integrate Taliban insurgents back into the mainstream, with the process envisaged to achieve success by July 2011, a timeframe matching US plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. If the strategy goes according to US plans, a limited number of groups and individuals will be reintegrated by December 2010, reducing the size of the security problem.
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