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  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #840 - June 26, 2020, 01:11 PM

    Former JI emir Syed Munawar Hasan passes away in Karachi    says news



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    Former Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) emir Syed Munawar Hasan passed away on Friday at a hospital in Karachi where he was under treatment for the past few days. Hasan was born in Delhi in August 1941, a fortnight before Abul A’ala Maududi launched the JI. In the late 1950s, after aligning himself with the National Students Federation, he crossed over to Islami Jamiat-i-Talaba.

    Elected emir in 2009 with around 70pc votes for the first term, Munawar Hasan started losing his popularity within the party after JI’s poor showing in the 2013 general elections. He served as the fourth JI chief from 2009 to 2014.

    Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif offered his condolences to the deceased's family and to party workers.

    well he was a faith head. and a religious guy ..  he was in fact close ally of that hadith story teller /  Quran Tafsir writer  from central India M.  Maududi.. and and he was staunch Taliban supporter


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hA8K2fuj1BM

    Jihad has nothing to do with militancy: Munawar

      well a faith  head nut case but he was not a bad guy..

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #841 - July 04, 2020, 03:30 PM

    here is the latest video from Pervez Musharraf   .. Former President of Pakistan..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQBX_mQEI6U


    that is from Jun 29, 2020 ..  boy he changed a lot but glad to see his interview............

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kFxjf-qK8U

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoQ76JFGNmo

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

    what a difference ..  good times .. bad times...  times goes on.....

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #842 - July 09, 2020, 02:58 PM

    The Future of US-Pakistan Relations: A Conversation with Gen. Pervez Musharraf


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxZ8X-GMvN0


    i can fairly say that was the last interview from  Pervez Musharraf.,  live streamed  on Apr 24, 2017    and it is with  moderated by Bob Woodward,   ALL THESE MORONS WHO WERE BORN IN PRESENT INDIA TO INDOCENTRIC MUSLIM PARENTS AND AND BECAME LEADERS IN PAKISTAN HAVE SERIOUS PROBLEMS LIVING LIFE IN INDOCENTIC  OBSESSION .. unfortunately  Musharraf was also born in present India had same problem...  good questions from Mr. Woodward....  There is little doubt  that  Pervez Musharraf was lying on that question of presence of Osama bin Laden  in Pakistan.,   Pervez Musharraf  knew  and in fact his team housed  Osama  in that house ...

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #843 - July 12, 2020, 08:53 PM

    blasphemy fun in pak.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/AyeshaNazSyeda/status/1282239974834831360
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #844 - July 29, 2020, 07:18 AM

    https://twitter.com/mughalbha/status/1288299144428257280

    there  Aamir Mughal @mughalbha  gave a great link of Amanda Lanzillo  who wrote an article on  folks living in Pakistan _Afghanistan border

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    Racializing Craftsmen: How British martial race theory erased Pathan artisanship

    Beginning in the mid nineteenth century, the British army in India selected local recruits based on racialized assumptions that some groups of Indians were inherently “martial.” After its formation under the British East India Company in the seventeenth century, the British army in India relied heavily on Indian troops. However, following the Uprising of 1857, when many Indian recruits rebelled against British officers, British military administrators began to borrow from the work of colonial ethnographers to identify new Indian recruits. These ethnographers categorized Indians within rigid caste and ethnic boundaries and often portrayed cultural practices as biologically predetermined, despite forms of flexibility and the shifting nature of these practices on the ground. Ethnographers argued that climate, diet, and forms of community organization all contributed to a community’s “martial” nature, although in practice, British military administrators also chose martial races based on which groups they believed were unlikely to rebel. Ultimately, colonial proponents of “martial race theory” claimed that groups like “Sikhs, Gurkhas, Dogras, Rajputs, and Pathans” were intrinsically suited to military work.

    Martial race theory quickly exceeded the bounds of military recruitment. It has influenced popular South Asian narratives of ethnicity, masculinity, honor, and regional identity from the nineteenth century through the present day. This article analyzes the application of martial race theory to labor external to the military, and particularly its influence on artisan trades. It focuses on the working lives of Pathans, a term used in India to describe the diverse descendents of Pashto-speaking groups who had migrated from Indo-Afghan frontier regions. In categorizing Pathans as a martial race, authorities created new barriers to Pathan laborers’ and artisans’ access to non-military trades. Pathan traditions of artisanship were erased by a racial ideology that portrayed them as skilled only in “martial” trades like weaponsmithing.,,,

    that is a great article and proper analysis of Afghan/Pathan History   read it all a link.. ENGLAND REALLY RUINED SOUTH ASIA
     

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #845 - August 08, 2020, 05:39 AM

    Good papers .. good papers in this book to read


    The Islamization of Pakistan,1979-2009 A Special Edition of Viewpoint.pdf


    That comes out of The Middle East Institute Viewpoints https://www.mei.edu/   someof the papers in it

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    I. Origins and Consequences of Pakistan’s Multiple Crises

    Post-1979 Pakistan: What Went Wrong?, by Touqir Hussain 9

    Pakistan’s Reverse Revolution, by Imtiaz Gul 12

    Pakistan: Reclaiming the Founding Moment, by Suroosh Irfani 15

    II. Debating Pakistan’s Muslim Identity

    Reclaiming Pakistan’s Pacifist Religious Creed, by Ishtiaq Ahmad 19

    Moving beyond “Islamic,” by Aasim Sajjad Akhtar 22

    The Islamization of Pakistan’s Educational System: 1979-1989 by Nasim Ashraf 25

    Jamaat-e Islami, by Farhat Haq 28

    The Legacy of Bhutto and Zia’s Contending Visions and Security Policies, by Lawrence Ziring 31
    ...............

    https://www.mei.edu/experts     good website to read on and off

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #846 - August 10, 2020, 04:32 PM

    mullahs, Buffoons and baboons are back in action in Land of pure...

    the news says    Clerics to get Tahaffuz bill implemented

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    LAHORE: Clerics belonging to various Sunni schools of thought met here on Sunday to decide the future line of action for ensuring implementation of Tahaffuz Bunyad-e-Islam (protection of foundation of Islam) Bill passed by the Punjab Assembly a fortnight ago.

    The participants included Maulana Zahidur Rashidi, Liaquat Baloch, Dr Fareed Paracha, Maulana Muhammad Ahmed Ludhianvi, Syed Kafeel Bukhari, Hafiz Abdul Gaffar Ropri, Maulan Ilyas Chinioti, Qari Zawwar Bahadur, Hafiz Ibtisam Elahi Zaheer, Hafiz Asad Ubaid and others, while the sitting was hosted by Jamiat Ulema Islam (Samiul Haq) general secretary Maulana Abdur Rauf Farooqi.

    Announcing the decisions at a press conference made by the gathering, Maulana Farooqi said the participants welcomed the Clerics to push for passage of the bill and called it a manifestation of the love and devotion of the members of the Punjab Assembly towards the holy personalities of Islam.

    It congratulated the provincial government, the speaker of the Punjab Assembly, movers and all those members who voted for the bill and hoped that the same would be enacted into a law at the earliest.

    It said that “vicious” attempts have been made by some quarters “in the name of reservations on this Bill” to make the sanctity of holy personalities controversial and termed it an intolerable act.

    The meeting said serious scholars of all schools of thought have always expressed positive thoughts and feelings on the sanctity of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and his companions, and that the expression of any negative impression in this regard is not only against the unanimous position of the sanctity of holy persons but also an attempt to escalate sectarian tensions.

    “Therefore, this meeting considers it necessary to warn such elements that their activities are not tolerated at any level. The sanctity of holy personalities will be protected and defended at all costs.”

    The sitting called for forming a joint platform to defend the bill and empowered Maulan Farooqi to convene a summit of religious parties’ heads for the purpose.

    It demanded that concerns of scholars, researchers and publishing houses regarding this bill should be removed and suggested the government to sit with clerics of all schools of thought to take them into confidence on the legislation.

    It also demanded that contentious content should be scrutinized by the Muttahida Ulema Board instead of bureaucrats.

    The meeting condemned the shooting of a film at the historic Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore and demanded the government take notice of this incident and bring its perpetrators to book as well as disciplinary action against the officials who had given permission for the shooting.

    It criticized the US response to the killing of Tahir Naseem in Peshawar, calling it interference in Pakistan’s internal affairs and urged the authorities to effectively implement the law of protection of the honor of the Prophet (PBUH) to prevent people from taking law into their own hands.


    that is the news and that is how you purify land with THEIR POLITICAL ISLAM., THESE IDIOTS PROTECT ISLAM??.. what is this THEIR all powerful Allah sleeping??   we need bearded baboons to protect Islam?.. Allah is NOT sleeping  you fools....

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #847 - Yesterday at 09:20 AM

    What is it with these people who celebrate extremists and most wanted fugitives in the name of defending 'Pakistan's internal affairs'? I saw this shit after Bin Laden was found and killed right outside the country's military academy. I don't remember seeing much shame that he was hiding in Pakistan, more for the fact that the Americans had 'interfered in Pakistan' s oh so precious internal affairs'. These people find pride in Pakistan being a safe haven for most wanted Islamic terrorist fugitives.

    I think I'll have a go at 'interfering' in Pakistan's internal affairs when I say that that you clerics are the fecal matter shat out by the human race and Pakistan would do well to flush you out. Fuck off.
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #848 - Yesterday at 09:21 AM

    ATC seeks record in blasphemy accused killing case  says news

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    PESHAWAR: An anti-terrorism court on Monday sought record of the killing of a blasphemy accused inside a courtroom last month as the suspected teenage killer filed a bail petition.

    It also issued notice to the state prosecutor for response in the plea. The court fixed Aug 15 for hearing into the petition of the suspect, who sought his release on bail on multiple grounds.
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    He said the Holy Quran and Sunnah were the supreme laws of an Islamic country and all other laws were subordinate to it.  In the 10-page petition, which mostly referred to Quranic verses and Hadith, the suspected killer insisted that apostates were liable to be killed.

    While the police claim that the suspect is around 17, the petitioner insisted that he was around 14 and a half years of age and that the entire investigation conducted in the case was a violation of the mandatory provisions of the Juvenile Justice System Act, 2018.
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    The blasphemy accused, Tahir Ahmad Naseem, who was a US citizen, was shot down inside a courtroom at the Judicial Complex here on July 29. The petitioner is in Peshawar Central Prison on judicial remand.

    The petition was submitted by a panel of lawyers, including Shabbir Hussain Gigyani, Mohammad Enam Yousafzai, Barrister Amirullah Khan, Qaiser Zaman Khan, Abdul Wali and Shakil Ahmadkhel.

    The FIR of the killing was registered at the East Cantonment police station under Section 302 of Pakistan Penal Code, Section 7 of Anti-Terrorism Act and Section 15 of Arms Act.

    The petitioner said no evidence was available on record to connect him with the commission of the offence.

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    He said the killing of anyone, who committed apostasy, by a Muslim in good faith and in line with the commandments of the Almighty Allah and Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), was not an offence and fell in the general exceptions provided in Pakistan Penal Code sections 76, 79 and 81.

    The petitioner said it was evident from the record of the case registered against deceased Tahir Ahmad Naseem on Apr 25, 2018, at the Sarband police station as well as audio, video and text data available on social media and YouTube channel of the deceased that he had committed apostasy.


    He also questioned the inclusion of Section 7 of Anti-Terrorism Act in the FIR registered against him and said in view of the facts and circumstances of the case, the people’s sentiments and the Supreme Court’s recent judgements, the ATA doesn’t apply to the case.

    The deceased was charged by Nowshera resident Malik Owais, who is enrolled in an Islamabad seminary.

    The complainant had charged the deceased of making false religious claims and telling him that he had been receiving Divine Revelations in dreams. The deceased was indicted on Feb 4, 2019, under PPC sections 153-A, 295-A and 298. However, he had denied charges.

    that is the news on that blasphemy murder

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #849 - Yesterday at 09:41 AM

    ..............I say that that you clerics are the fecal matter shat out by the human race and Pakistan would do well to flush you out. ..................


    Clerics’ honorarium to cost Rs2.6bn annually, PA told[/url]

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    PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly was told on Monday that the annual cost of honorarium to be paid to 22,234 Aaima (khateebs) of jamia mosques in the province on a monthly basis would be around Rs2.6 billion.

    Replying to a question of Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal member Humaira Khatoon in the house, special assistant to the chief minister on auqaf, Haj and religious affairs Mohammad Zahoor said the Fund Flow Mechanism for the payment of honorarium to Aaima had been prepared in consultation with the Accountant General Office..................


    that is 2.6 billion  Pakistani rupees  in one year in ONE PROVINCE.,  ., one heck of a lucrative business in the name of Allah..

    Do not let silence become your legacy.. Question everything   
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #850 - Yesterday at 08:51 PM

    the mob-slamic republic at its finest. this is jinnah's pakistan, not zia's.

    Quote from:
    “It’s one of those cases where everyone wants to be his lawyer,” Inamullah Yusufzai, who represented Khan at his first court hearing last week, told Reuters. Yusufzai said lawyers from across Pakistan had called to defend Khan for free, to support what they see as the justified killing of a heretic.


    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-pakistan-blasphemy-court-idUSKCN255105
  • Pakistan: The Nation.. The Politics... and The Religion
     Reply #851 - Yesterday at 09:31 PM

    the mob-slamic republic at its finest. this is jinnah's pakistan, not zia's.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-pakistan-blasphemy-court-idUSKCN255105

    well   he shouldn't have said what he said here.. on July 29th..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yofgqdP75uI

    Now those online  hero dramas begin on that young fellow..  there are already more than 100 tubes with that young foolish fellow..

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

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrnvlxtJKE8

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-v2jIu9Blg

    it is a bad time who criticize Islam IMPROPERLY... anyone can accuse you as infidel  because you wrote/said something online and any other 15 year old kid who knows you can gun you down for insulting Islam to become a murderer/ martyr/defender of Islam

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    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
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