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A little harsh…but then, the times are not good.

Mehsud International AirportExtraordinary Rendition.

By: Hakim Hazik

Courtesy: Justice Denied, December 12, 2009

This is a live transmission from the Mehsud International Airport, formerly Benazir International Airport, formerly Islamabad International Airport. Our most honoured guest, his Excellency Mullah Abdus Salam Zaeef, the special representative of the Caliph of Islam, Mullah Mohammad Omar will shortly disembark from his donkey cart. Two children dressed in traditional attire and suicide jackets will present him bouquets of flowers.

This transformation in the fortunes of the Ummah was made possible after the sharia compliant martyrdom action in the Moon Market, the crumbling of the satanic resistance and the triumph of the Faith over the lands of Af-Pak. Very soon these lands will expand and become the lands Af-Pak-Ind-Chin. The ministry of Implementation of Virtue and Prevention of Vice will rid the world of sin, lies, infamy, music and cricket.

One of the first actions of the new regime of the faithful has been to erect scaffolding on the Constitution Avenue where the enemies of the Caliphate will be hung every morning till 11 o’clock, after being beheaded by careful, compassionate and pious executioners, specially brought in from the holy city of Qandahar. They will be accommodated in the parliament lodges of the now defunct parliament.

It is hope that the parliament houses will soon be converted to a world class madrassah and a university. The Caliphate is keen to encourage discussion on pressing issues of modern jurisprudence such as the length of beards and trousers for men, the optimal position of the body and the nature of the restraint applied when flogging women and newly emerging technologies to maintain ablution from dawn till dusk.

A thorough examination will take place of the techniques recommended by established jurists for the execution of heretics and apostates including those who indulge in the execrable routines of democracy, practice the so called law of the now defunct pre-caliphate courts and send their girls to school to acquire corrupt and decadent pre-caliphate education.

The so called freedom of the media has been regulated. Freedom has to be within certain limits, we cannot allow attacks on the fundamentals of the Caliphate. From now on the only political comment allowed will be by Hazrat Zaid Hamid, the greatest jurist exegete of modern times. He is the only person in the gaggle of so called anchors who is not swayed by petty considerations of logic, rationality and sanity when discussing weighty issues facing the Ummah.

Hamid Mir on the other hand will have to acquire further education in the Institute of Modern Journalism in Tora Bora before he can apply for the reinstatement of his talk show. The rest of the anchors will be redeployed to martyrdom missions. (Female anchors will be redeployed to the harem of Caliph Sahib.)

Mullah Sahib will hold detailed discussions with Maulana Masood Azhar, the Governor of the province of Indus Basin on the thorny issue of tobacco. There is disagreement on the best method of consuming this divine gift. The scholars of the Hindukush Province recommend tucking it under the cheek, whereas Maulana’s Government is currently keen to pursue inhalational use for the faithful. These difficulties are however likely to be resolved in a brotherly fashion.

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Join Washington DC Pakistanis to pass resolution for action against Taliban

usaby Khalid Hashmani, McLean, Virginia, USA
The Pakistani community of Washington DC is holding a meeting on Sunday 3, 2009 to pass a resolution (see draft resolution below) demanding action against Taliban and restoration of constitutional law in all regions of Pakistan. The resolution also urges the US government to reconsider its current policy of drone attacks that has resulted in loss of many innocent lives. I urge all Pakistani Sindhis to initiate similar meetings in their cities and towns and pass similar resolutions.
I am also urging the authors of the proposed resolution to include a paragraphs to urge safeguarding the political, economic, and cultural rights of people of all provinces of Pakistan is a vital component of the fundamental constitution of Pakistan enshrined in the 1940 Resolution and the Government of Pakistan and political parties of Pakistan to come together to immediately stop  military action in Balochistan, amend constitution to restore complete provincial autonomy, and abolish the concurrent list. condemning the military action in Balochistan and demand full provincial autonomy according to the 1940 Lahore Resolution.
It is hoped that the ensuring solidarity of all Pakistanis will encourage Government to fight for the rule in FATA , Swat, and other areas of countries, where Taliban are flouting Pakistani laws.

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Taliban Advance: Is Pakistan Nearing Collapse?

Wichaa.com
by ARYN BAKER
April 23rd, 2009
The move by Taliban-backed militants into the Buner district of northwestern Pakistan, closer than ever to Pakistan’s capital of Islamabad, have prompted concerns both within the country and abroad that the nuclear-armed nation of 165 million is on the verge of inexorable collapse.

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Taliban influence in bureaucracy

By A. Ameer
Saturday, 18 Apr, 2009
Courtesy: daily Dawn
THE growing threat of violent extremism in different parts of Pakistan including Fata and Malakand Division is a matter of serious concern.

The harrowing factor is that the writ of the Taliban is solidifying both in the north and the south not only in the Pashtun belt but also in the heartland of Pakistan.

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The Taliban Threat

by B. R. Gowani
Courtesy: Globeistan
The Taliban Threat
Let us cross the Iranian border and see the neighboring countries of Afghanistan and Pakistan. The initial phase of the US war against Afghanistan was a fury of revenge. But when many of the Al Qaeda and Taliban fighters crossed over into the border areas of Pakistan, things changed. Now they were not only defending themselves from the US onslaught, but also started to attack the US; they too wanted to expand their territorial power. They have succeeded; the tribal areas and other territory of Pakistan have come under their control too. Their power is threatening Pakistan’s sovereignty, can they invade Iran? If Pakistan as a country disappears from the world map, it is difficult to predict who will inherit what parts of it. The US war on terror entered a new phase when it realized the growing power of Taliban in Pakistan. The US does not want the WMDs (weapons of mass destruction) to fall into the hands of the Taliban in case they acquire power in Pakistan. But Iran is very aware of the hatred and intolerance the Sunni Taliban have for them. There is a distinct and real possibility that their Shia door will be the next place the Taliban may attack.

Who should worry?

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