Archive | April 30th, 2015

Young Zio-Wahhabi Royal Rise as kingdom Tries to Assert Regional Leadership

the 2 and 3 in rank to become saudi king
The 2 and 3 in rank to become saudi king
Zio-Wahhabi monarchy’s overhaul of its aging leadership moves a younger generation of royals into position to reinvigorate the country at a time when it is trying to assert political and military leadership in the Middle East and reshape ties with the West, wall street journal reports.

Zio-Wahhabi kingdom where elderly and infirm monarchs made all major decisions for decades, the empowerment of younger members of the House of Saud is a significant departure.

It has already translated into a surprisingly activist foreign policy that has asserted Zio-Wahhabi leadership of a Sunni Muslim bloc confronting mainly Shiite Iran, Wall Street Journal believes.

Zionist King Salman

The latest shake-up, announced in a royal decree on Wednesday, showed the new monarch was throwing his weight behind a more aggressive foreign policy that has deepened Saudi Arabia’s involvement in Syria’s war and brought together a coalition of Sunni Arab states now carrying out airstrikes against Yemen.

And it comes as oil-rich Saudi Arabia faces economic challenges at home brought on by the sharp fall in the price of crude.

As part of a broad cabinet reshuffle, the king replaced his younger half-brother, Zio-Wahhabi Muqrin bin Abdulaziz, as crown prince. King appointed his nephew, Deputy Crown Zio-Wahhabi Mohammed bin Nayef, who now becomes his new heir apparent.

“Some analysts see in King Salman’s appointments an attempt to replace the U.S. as the pre-eminent military force in the region, as the Obama administration focuses on Asia and a rising China.”

It is the most significant repositioning of power among the royal family since Zio-Wahhabi King Salman assumed the throne in January.

Mossad agent Saud al-Faisal

Gone from Zio-Wahhabi King Salman’s cabinet are a number of longstanding senior officials who were loyal to the former Zio-Wahhabi King Abdullah. The most senior was Mossad agent Saud al-Faisal, who had served as the country’s foreign minister for 40 years.

Now 75 years old, Al-Faisal has received medical treatment abroad and Zio-Wahhabi King Salman’s decree cited “health conditions” as the reason for his retirement.

The new crown prince, Zio-Wahhabi Mohammed bin Nayef, is the first of his generation to be thrust into the highest echelons of government. At 55, he has become known as a hardline counter-terror czar and survived several assassination attempts – including one by al-Qaeda in 2009, INDEPENDENT reports.

Some analysts see in Zio-Wahhabi King Salman’s appointments an attempt to replace the U.S. as the pre-eminent military force in the region, as the Obama administration focuses on Asia and a rising China.

In recent months, the kingdom hasn’t been shy about using its wealth and military hardware to support friends and weaken foes.

“The most senior woman in government, Nora al-Fayez, was sacked from her post as deputy education minister for …”

Zio-Wahhabi King Salman has made support for Syrian rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad a priority. He met in the Saudi capital of Riyadh last month with mossad puppet Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency said they agreed to boost support for the Syrian opposition.

During Zio-Wahhabi King Abdullah, we did not have a foreign policy, and just watched events unfold in front of our eyes in Yemen,” said prominent Saudi sociologist and commentator Khalid al Dakhil. The new administration in Riyadh “is making the right choices” and has the will to follow through, he said.

Zio-Wahhabi Bin Nayef will continue to act as interior minister but will also play the role of deputy prime minister as crown prince. His age means he is likely to be a hugely important role for decades to come in Saudi Arabia, and makes him the most likely to be the next king.

Zio-Wahhabi King Salman also sidelined Foreign Minister Mossad agent Saud Al Faisal. In his place, he tapped U.S. Ambassador CIA puppet Adel al-Jubeir. Mr. Jubeir has become the kingdom’s public face in Washington, explaining the decision to begin airstrikes in Yemen.

The changes elevate at least two key officials with close ties to U.S. officials, and were welcomed by the Obama administration, which singled out new Crown Zio-Wahhabi Mohammed bin Nayef in particular as a long-standing ally.

The most senior woman in government, Nora al-Fayez, was sacked from her post as deputy education minister for girls, the decree said. Shunned by ultraconservatives, she was strongly pushing to try to get physical education on the curriculum for girls in Saudi public schools.

Zio-Wahhabi Mohammed bin Salman, who is overseeing the Zio-Wahhabi air strikes in Yemen, will remain defence minister as he takes on the title of deputy crown prince. He also heads a massive council that oversees all economic and development issues.

Royal bonuses at times of political change or tension have a long history in Saudi Arabia. To mark his accession in January, Zio-Wahhabi King Salman ordered the payment of two months’ extra salary and pensions to government employees and retirees. Lavish social welfare spending was announced during the Arab Spring uprisings elsewhere in the region in 2011.

And though Zio-Wahhabi King Salman decreed a promotion for his son on Wednesday, the prince is under growing pressure to produce results in the fractious Yemen crisis.

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list of the leading Islamophobes

Muslim North American group CAIR has added a few names to its Islamophobia list since it was first published last fall.

According to official website statement, The Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) categorizes U.S. Islamophobia network groups.


The Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) publishes the groups list that spreading anti-islam prejudice in America. According to its official website statement, the Islamophobic Organizations are these..

1- Abstraction Fund

2- ACT! for America

3- American Center for Law and Justice

4- American Family Association

5- American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI)

6- American Freedom Law Center

7- American Islamic Forum for Democracy

8- American Islamic Leadership Coalition

9- American Public Policy Alliance

10- Atlas Shrugs

11- Bare Naked Islam

12- Center for Security Policy

13- Clarion Project

14- Concerned American Citizens (Calif.)

15- Concerned Women for America

16- Counter Terrorism Operations Center (Fla.)

17- David Horowitz Freedom Center

18- Donors Capital Fund

19- Family Security Matters

20- Florida Family Association

21- Former Muslims United

22- Forum for Middle East Understanding

23- Fox News Channel

24- Investigative Project on Terrorism

25- Jihad Watch

26- Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation

27- Middle East Forum

28- Middle East Media Research Institute

29- National Review

30- Oak Initiative

31- Russell Berrie Foundation

32-  Sarah Scaife Foundation

33- Stop Islamization of Nations

34- Straight Way of Grace Ministry

35- Understanding the Threat

36- United West

37- Virginia Anti-Shariah Taskforce (Va.)

38- Washington Times

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Four Zionist soldiers arrested, accused of gang rape



One suspect’s attorney claims that relations between his client and the complainant were consensual

ed note–hate to say it, but at this point it is a huge question mark. Since it is a fact that Jewish women pride themselves on being ‘liberated’ from the shackles of Christian/Islamic morality when it comes to sexual behavior, therefore the statement by the accused that the act was consensual is perfectly plausible.

On the other hand, it is also a well-known fact that the IDF are nothing but rabid dogs who see themselves as the enforcement arm of their violent, rapacious god Yahweh and who have demonstrated over the decades to be perfectly willing to engage in criminal, barbaric behavior such as this.


Times of Israel

Four soldiers were arrested after a female soldier said the group gang-raped her approximately two weeks ago, Channel 2 reported on Wednesday.

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The four suspects allegedly entered the soldier’s room, on the Hatzerim Air Force Base, and took turns raping her.

The victim filed a complaint with the military police at the urging of her commanding officers.

An army official said that the incident would be investigated with particular care due to its serious nature.

An official from the IDF Spokesperson’s Office said the soldiers were arrested and an investigation launched.

Shai Roda, a criminal attorney representing one of the four suspects, claimed that the sexual relations that had taken place between his client and the complainant were consensual, the Hebrew-language daily Israel Hayom reported.

The number of complaints in the army regarding sexual offenses has increased in recent years, with 777 complaints in 2012, 930 in 2013, and 1,073 in 2014, according to Haaretz.

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US funding of Sunni militia groups would further partition Iraq’


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The US is boosting its military support for security forces fighting against Islamic State in Iraq. The Republicans have proposed a bill to directly fund militia groups operating in the country, such as the Kurdish Peshmerga and Sunni irregular forces. If the bill is passed, tribal groups could receive up to $429 million in aid from the US.

The US Republicans’ proposal to fund Peshmerga and Sunni militias in Iraq, if approved, would entrench the country which is already partitioned by war, defense analyst Ivan Eland told RT.

RT: Do you think America’s funding of tribal security forces such as the Peshmerga might encourage further sectarian tension in such a volatile region?

Ivan Eland: Definitely. I think that’s true. Of course the US during its occupation was helping out the Peshmerga, so they were kind of undermining a unified Iraq even back then. But now Iraq basically is partitioned by war and I don’t think we can put it back together again. And so the Republicans are actually facing reality, but certainly this effort to fund individual militias will hasten the effort and entrench already partitioned Iraq.

RT: The bill also requires these security forces to be an independent entity from Iraq, so they can receive the aid separately from Iraqi national forces. What implications could that have on the US-Iraq partnership?

IE: The Republicans are unhappy with the Iraqi government’s dependence on Iran for training its Shia militias, and the Shia militias have been accused of some atrocities against Sunnis. The US doesn’t like Iranian influence in Iraq and so this bill says it funds the Peshmerga and other militias which would be Sunnis, but it also says that [if] the government of Iraq doesn’t [dis]associate itself with the Shia militias; they’ll give even more funds to the Peshmerga and other Sunni militias. So it doesn’t totally go away from the Iraqi government, but it puts a lot of pressure on them to dissociate themselves from the Shia militias which the Iraqi government probably is not going to do.

RT: If the bill does recognize these tribal security forces, they will gain a large amount of aid assigned for Baghdad. How will that affect the ability of Iraqi forces to counter Islamic State’s offensive?

IE: I think the Iraqi forces are already sort of a shell; they cut and ran when the ISIS forces attacked. The Iraqi government is depending on the Shia militias to defend them and they had the greatest role in the campaign to recapture Tikrit. The US Congress – if they pass this bill – will be asking the Iraqi government to remove the only reliable military force it has. The Iraqi armed forces are not reliable. And the Shia militias are the only groups that can adequately, even have a priority, of taking on ISIS.

RT: There are also reports of Kurds recruiting former US military members to fight the terrorist group. Apparently, a dozen Americans have already joined their ranks. What do you think about that?

IE: This may be the US government giving a wink and a nod to this without officially sanctioning it because they want to shore up the Peshmerga against the ISIS fighters and the administration doesn’t really want to do this. Most probably – what the Republicans are suggesting – giving direct aid – because of course implications can lead to the breakup of Iraq officially. Iraq is already broken up on the ground but the administration probably doesn’t want to encourage officially supporting the Peshmerga. So this could be a way of winking and nodding to get more expertise and to help them fight ISIS.

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Zio-Wahhabi training tribal ground force in Yemen


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RT | April 30, 2015

In order to break the stalemate in the ongoing conflict in Yemen, Saudi Arabia has reportedly started training hundreds of Yemeni tribesmen to fight the Houthis on the ground, while Riyadh continues its bombardment campaign.

“You cannot win a war against the Houthis from the air – you need to send ground forces in, but now there’s a program to train tribal fighters on the border,” a Doha-based military source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

According to another Yemeni official source, some 300 fighters have already managed to return to Yemen after getting Saudi training. They were allegedly sent to the Sirwah district in the central Marib province to battle Houthis in the area. According to the source the newly trained unit managed to push the Houthis back.

Saudi Arabia’s coalition spokesman failed to either confirm or deny the reports.

“We always confirm that we are helping the resistance and the popular groups, the loyal army … but we cannot go into details on where, how, how much,”Brigadier Ahmed Asseri said.

The training received by the Yemeni tribesmen in Saudi Arabia allegedly includes light weapons and tactical advice knowledge. According to another Reuters source, the Kingdom plans to boost deployment of such units to fight the Houthis resistance.

Rhiayad is reportedly gathering all tribal leaders loyal to the ousted president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who fled to Saudi Arabia, to unite their tribal forces against those of the Houthis.

“Saudi Arabia wants to unite tribal leaders in this meeting but the feeling is that there’s not much hope for that,” a Yemeni source in Riyadh told Reuters. Apparently the tribal delegations seem more concerned battling the jihadi elements in Yemen in addition to the Houthi opposition.

“The Saudis have decided that they are going to intensify the unstable situation by providing arms to an oppositional group, a group that has been traditionally oppositional to the Houthis,” Ajamu Baraka, Middle East expert told RT.

On the ground in Yemen, the Shiite Houthi fighting force and army units loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh are in control of central and southern areas.

The fighting is ongoing on a number of major fronts. In Aden, the Houthis are engaging tribesmen who are supported by Saudi-led air forces. In Yemen’s third largest city, Taiz, Houthis are fighting the Sunni Islamist fighters. The Houthis and their allies have been also fighting both Islamists and local tribesman in Marib and in Shabwa provinces.

The forces in Yemen which Saudi Arabia is arming can turn jihadi, Baraka says, as they have some “traditional, Whabis, Islamic leanings,” which is the “main ideological, Islamic foundation for Al Qaeda.”

“The only force that is gaining as a consequence of this conflict is in fact Al-Qaeda,” he went on to stress.

Meanwhile, the airstrikes continued throughout the country on Wednesday, targeting Houthi forces in Aden, Saada, Hajja, Taiz, Ibb and Bayda.

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Book Review of Hira, Hijrat Aur Khidmat


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Collector Customs Appeals Asif Jah’s new

book hailed, acknowledged

Reported by: `M Hayat March 26, 2015

LAHORE: Hira, Hijrat and Khidmat, the newly launched book, written by the known social

worker, collector of customs appeals Dr Asif Mehmood Jah has been widely hailed and


The book has been written on the plight of Internally Displace Peoples (IDPs) of North

Waziristan and the challenges faced by Customs Healthcare Society in rehabilitation and

restoration work in Bannu and surrounding areas.

“Hira, Hijrat and Khidmat, newly launched book of Dr Asif Mehmood Jah reflects

demonstration of extreme level of tolerance and bravery of IDPs for the restoration of peace and

harmony in Pakistan,” central region chief collector of customs Rozi Khan Burki saud.

He admitted that Dr Asif Jah and his team made no mistake in rehabilitation and restoration work

for the IDPs in Bannu.

“Being an inhabitant of South Waziristan, Jah provided me an opportunity to express my feelings

about the people of Waziristan and I am thankful to him”, Burki stated.

Orya Maqbool Jan is a columnist; writer, poet and civil servant said that besides Jah has great

feelings for the predicaments of the suppressed, he is also a writer and pen down the stories of

the state of emotions of the people in difficult times.

“The title picture of Dr Jah with the innocent Hira in one of the affectees camp exhibits that Dr

Jah has attained the happiness of the whole world embracing the little Hira”,columnist Asadullah

Ghalib stated, while Attaul Haq Qasmi expressed his gratitude for Jah for writing the simple and

eloquent Hira, Hijrat and Khidmat.

In his book, Dr Jah besides writing the account of his welfare work for the IDPs, he also

expressed his gratitude for the philonthrops who enabled him to execute the rehabilitation and

restoration of work for the iDPs successfully.

Jah thanked Federal Board of Revenue Chairman Tariq Bajwa, Chief collector of Customs Rozi

Khan Burki, collectors of customs Fazal Yazdani, Muhammad Zahid Khokhar who donated for

medicines for the IDPs. He was also grateful to the other customs officers including Sadia

Munib, Iram Sohail, Mohasin Rafique and others for the donation and support in the

rehabilitation work for the IDPs of Northen Wazirastan.

Furthermore, Jah expressed his resolved to serve the mankind for the rest of his life.


Provision of immediate medical and relief supplies to the IDPs of North Waziristan was the main

objective of the care and welfare team of Customs Health Care Society (CHCS). Seeing this

emergent need, Customs Health Care Society first of all established a medical clinic in Miryan,

Bannu which is located only one kilometer away from border of North Waziristan. This clinic

has been provided medical facilities to the IDPs as well as the local population since 1st June,

2014. Besides this, the medical team of (CHCS) was immediately rushed to Bannu with

ambulance, mobile hospital and relief goods to help the IDPs.

The details of medical and relief work so far undertaken by the teams of the Customs Health

Care Society (CHCS) in Bannu for the IDPs of North Waziristan is given as under:-

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It gives me immense pleasure to inform you that the care and welfare teams of Customs Health

Care Society (CHCS) under the supervision of the undersigned have once again taken the lead to

reach the earthquake affected areas of Awaran, Baluchistan immediately after 24 September

earthquake and at present are fully engaged in the relief and rehabilitation work for the

earthquake affectees there.

BANNU: A book on the internally displaced persons (IDPs) from North Waziristan was

launched here on Monday.

A noted social worker and Chairman of the Custom Healthcare Society, Dr Asif Mehmood Jah,

wrote a book titled ‘Hira, Hijrat Aor Khidmat’ in which he elaborately described the problems

and hardships faced by the IDPs during their displacement. A seven-year-old Hira was the chief

guest on the launching ceremony took place at the auditorium in the Fazal Qadir Park.

Additional Commissioner Bannu Damsaz Khan Marwat, Prof Faridullah Khan, Khun-i-Jigar

Foundation chairman Aslam Marwat, Maulana Habibullah Haqqani, Mufti Abdul Ghani,

educationist Basheer Ahmed and others were present.

Dr Asif Jah said, “I wanted to launch the book in Bannu as mostly I have covered the miseries of

the Waziristan operation affectees.”He said that his society examined and provided free

medicines to more than 100,000 IDP patients and relief items worth Rs50 million had been given

to them so far.

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(IDPs) of North Waziristan Agency

Customs society distributes relief goods to IDPs

M Hayat September 10, 2014

LAHORE: Customs Healthcare Society (CHS) has distributed relief goods worth Rs 5 million

among Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of North Waziristan Agency in district Bannu.

The items included edibles, children’s garments and cooking pots. This was stated by Customs

Healthcare Society President Dr Asif Mehmood Jah.

He said that the CHS team visited Bannu for seventh time as the figure of IDPs crossed 700,000

mark and they had spread in various parts of the district adding that it was quite difficult to

provide them relief goods and medical facilities. He said that the society provided free medical

facilities to 10,000 persons including elderly, women and children.

Moreover a free medical dispensary had been set up in Bannu as well, he added. He said that the

society would continue providing free medical facilities to IDPs till their return to homes.

Some R The Nation August 2014

PESHAWAR – Custom Health Care Society of Pakistan distributed relief goods and food packages of

Rs500 million among internally displaced families of North Waziristan Agency.

Collector Customs and President Custom Health Care Society of Pakistan Dr Asif Mahmood Jah said they

would not let IDPs alone in this critical hour. The packages included food items, 1600 solar fans, new

cloths, shoes, mates and mosquito nets and medicines.

The organisation also set up three medical centres permanently in FR Bannu, Bannu City and Lakki

Marwat. A mobile ambulance was also sent to remote areas where more than five thousands patients

were diagnosed and given medicines free of cost.

Dr Asif said that like participation in various functions of Independence Day, they would also celebrate

Defence Day with these IDPs. He reiterated that on Defence Day, declamation contest would be

organised to entertain the war-affected families.

Dr Asif promised that Custom Health Care Society would also reconstruct the damaged houses of the

IDPs after their repatriation. The spokesman said the philanthropists belonging to Punjab are also

cooperating in this regard.

The society also set up relief medical camps in various temples and churches of Christian community.

They also arranged medicines and maternity care goods for the IDPs.

Swat, Exodus and Service the News September 21, 2009

Dr Asif Mahmood Jah has composed his unique experiences in his book, “Swat-Exodus

and Service”, where he travelled miles to serve the devastated inhabitants of Swat,

Malakand, Buner and Dir.

In the past too, whenever calamities befell on our Pakistani brethren as a result of earthquakes in

NWFP, Azad Kashmir and Balochistan killing thousands of people, Dr Asif Mahmood Jah rose

to the occasion with strong determination, collected his team of sincere workers and set out on a

journey to serve the suffering humanity in the difficult terrain of these areas.

The team led by Asif Jah served with unparalleled and unmatched zeal and enthusiasm.

This time, a new sort of calamity befell the inhabitants of Swat, Malakand and Buner caused by

the atrocities of the so-called Taliban on our Muslim brothers of these regions in the name of

Islam and Sunnah.

These Taliban militants massacred innocent Pakistani men and women and forced more than

three million people to leave their homes and to take shelter in the tented villages prepared by the


The author, endowed with compassion and sympathy by Allah Almighty, inspired his colleagues

to come out of their complacency and help the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) with money,

commodities, medicines and daily use articles.

As narrated by Dr Asif Mahmood Jah that with the advent of Swat operation, “I was feeling

restless with a queer condition of my mind.” I wanted to organise a team of selfless workers at

once, so that we could reach Mardan Camp in order to serve the IDPs affected by the Taliban

insurgents. However, all were ready to go. Kavish Welfare Trust agreed to join us and we

reached Mardan on May 13 with a caravan of doctors and members of Customs Health Care

Society along with those of the Kavish Welfare Trust.

While describing his personal experiences and services for the needy, the author is indebted to a

number of persons who participated and helped him during this operation.

He is indebted to Dr Arshad who sent two trucks loaded with edibles and other necessities of


Mr Aftab of Blatroon also sent two trucks full of necessary articles and he himself reached

Mardan along with his friends including his son, Asif Aftab.

Besides, most respectful Ejaz Sikka, his friends Haroon Iftikhar and Shahid travelled with us

twice and distributed millions of rupees in cash, sending trucks loaded with edibles and other

basic commodities of life, worth thousands of rupees.

The author points out that from Karachi to Khyber, officers and colleagues of Customs

department cooperated with us wholeheartedly. DGO Khawaja Shaukat Ali and Deputy

Commissioner Ali Adnan helped us in collecting funds. Ghulam Ahmad Bimbal from Karachi

and Khawaja Zakauddin from Sialkot also cooperated with us in this venture. Insha Allah, the

journey that started from May 13, 2009, would continue till the affectees of Swat return to their

homes and are rehabilitated satisfactorily.

Dr Asif Mahmood Jah is extremely obliged to the renowned writers, columnists and intellectuals

of Pakistan including Hasan Nisar, Mustansar Hussain Tarar, Oria Maqbool Jan, Afzaal Shahid,

Dr Ajmal Niazi and Nasir Ali Khan for their guidance and advice in preparing the contents of the


He is particularly grateful to Furqan Danish for his sincere cooperation in preparing this book.

It was owing to the adventurous spirit of the author that he succeeded in his noble mission to

help the deprived people, even without bothering for human limitations.

It was the same spirit which during every trip, he also kept alive in his visiting team and

members of the Customs Health Care Society Lahore where he also performs his duties as a

doctor, treating maximum patients free of cost 0 provision of medicines.

Besides, he also serves as a high official in a government department. In wake of his multiple

official and non-official engagements, immediate decision of the author to set out on the journey

to help the needy in the affected areas as described in the book surprise every intellectual and the

non-intellectual equally.

Dr Asif Mahmood Jah is well known for his social services and as a sympathetic medical


His book has become a historical record of how the suffering millions of Swat, Malakand and

Buner faced the calamity perpetrated by the militants who pay lip service to Islam and Sunnah,

but otherwise are heartless and callous diehards who have no sympathy and compassion for any

human being.

The author deserves our encouragement for rendering unmatched services for the IDPs and

narrating his experiences of Swat episode into a readable material that inspires the readers to

follow his steps about serving the suffering humanity wherever it exists in the world.

In this regard, the book will remain an endless lesson for all people, belonging to all the

communities and religions. —Reviewed by Sajjad Shaukat

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Pakistan-Youm-e-Shuhada: The Real Heroes


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By Sajjad Shaukat

Every year, the Pakistan Army commemorates Youm-e-Shuhada (Martyrs Day) on April 30 and

the whole nation joins it to pay tribute to the departed souls of those valiant army officials who

sacrificed their lives for the safety and security of the country and its people.

Several ceremonies are being held at the Garrisons all over the country, but the main ceremony is

being held at Yadqar-e-Shuhada, General Headquarters (GHQ) Rawalpindi. The families and

relatives of the martyrs (Shuhada), serving and retired officers including people, belonging to

various segments of society are invited to attend a function at the GHQ to pay tribute to the

national heroes. Similarly, a sizeable number of near and dear ones of the martyrs are invited to

attend the functions at the Corps Headquarters.

This time, Youm-e-Shuhada has come at a time when Pakistan and its armed forces have been

facing a different war, while enemy is also different, which employs subversive activities of

various kinds which also include internal and external challenges. In these terms, Pakistan is in

In this respect, our Armed Forces have almost successfully obtained their objectives in North

Waziristan Agency (NWA) including Khyber Agency through military operation Zarb-e-Azb

against the terrorists who had challenged the writ of the state, and had frightened the entire

nation by their terror-acts. Pakistan has perennially been facing subversive activities and

sectarian violence in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Karachi and other parts of the country

including tribal areas where security forces are coping with the militants.

Externally, Pak Army and Rangers have boldly been responding to India’s unprovoked firing at

the Line of Control in Kashmir and Working Boundary in Sialkot. While, the fundamentalist

party BJP led by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is implementing anti-Muslim and

anti-Pakistan agenda. In this context, BJP leader Dr. Subramaniam Swamy, a staunch promoter

of Hindutva (Hindu nationalism) stated on July 12, 2014 that India needed only two years to

defeat Pakistan militarily, and the only solution of Kashmir was war, as “there is no peaceful,

And, Pakistan’s security forces have also faced cross-border terrorism from Afghanistan side,

encountering heavily-armed militants who from time to time, targeted Army’s check posts, and

other civil and military installations.

However, services of Pak Army cannot be explained in words. They always make us proud.

They stood first in the time of national crisis and natural calamities. Their untiring sincere efforts

mark the defence of Pakistan with an ultimate assurance to safeguard the country at all heads.

We are proud to have such great sons, because these are the heroes who really make history—

the martyrs. The sacrifices of our Shuhada are what make our defence unconquerable.

Pakistan’s armed forces are our strategic assets and first line of defence. Whether it be frustrating

enemy’s nefarious designs on the borders and fighting off internal enemies, horrifying the state

or it may be the difficult times of natural catastrophes, these bold soldiers have strengthened and

fortified the motherland by leaving no stone unturned. Every Pakistani salutes to those brave

sons of the soil, who always ensure our safety by keeping the frontiers safe. The alertness and

resolve of our soldiers in looking out—day and night for all internal and external enemies, and

who are always ready to confront the mayhem of severe conditions from the scorching deserts to

the icy glaciers in the face of death with no fear—help the persons in tiring times of calamities,

leaving their families behind in their determination to provide protection to all the families of our

country, and thus make them real national heroes.

Today, the whole nation stands by our soldiers who are guarding our borders and days will prove

that the war against terrorism will not finish us, while the terrorists themselves will be eliminated

by our valiant soldiers who desire to be martyrs and are not afraid of death. Caravans of Shuhada

will continue forever. We salute all the soldiers of Pakistan, who are sacrificing their today for

our tomorrow. However, surely martyrs are gladly giving up their bodies to torture and death-the

trustworthy heroes of our history.

Nevertheless, the importance of the Youm-e-Shuhada, this year has been increased, as the nation

stood by forces when they have also been made target of malevolent campaign, being launched

by the anti-Pakistan foreign entities.

In this regard, while playing national songs on the occasion, the TV channels must also give a

matching response to the hostile forces which are working against the integrity of the country,

and are distorting the image of Pak Army.

It is mentionable that last year, while offering Fateha for the martyrs Chief of Army Staff, Gen.

Raheel Sharif delivered a remarkable speech at Yadgar-e-Shuhada ceremony. He said, “The

commitment of Pakistan armed forces to democracy and the Constitution is a matter of

satisfaction and also a matter of huge significance.” Gen. Raheel Sharif’s declaration of his

devotion to media’s freedom and his tributes to the media were highly significant. He pointed

out, “The people and the Army are on the same page on all the important matters.”

Gen. Raheel Sharif also expressed the Army’s point of view on terrorism and the Kashmir issue,

and elaborated, He supports every attempt made for eliminating terrorism.” And, he

convincingly highlighted the importance of the Kashmir issue, saying, “Pakistan is a peace-

loving country, but if the country is ever subjected to aggression, it is fully capable of giving a

Besides, stressing the need of unity among all segments of society, he concluded, “Pakistan’s

armed forces are keeping a close vigil on the internal and external challenges and were fully

capable of meeting all the threats to the security of the country…the armed forces remained alert

round the clock for the defence of the motherland.”

Nonetheless, during this very day, the Yaum-e-Shuhada, people of Pakistan laud the unparalleled

sacrifices of the soldiers, paying them tribute, as they are the real heroes of the country.

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ALEPPO:  While most people’s eyes have been fixed on events in Idlib Governorate, there has been expansive action all over Aleppo with the Syrian Army squelching Erodoghan’s efforts to seize this singularly important northern capital.

Kafr Sagheer and Duwwayr Al-Zaytoon:  On the Turk border lies this major supply route to the terrorists.  It has now been closed by the SAA.  In the area of St. Simeon’s Mountain, the SAAF participated in destroying several vehicles and fortifications.  Expect an SAA assault to secure this border route.

Al-Mansoora Village west of the city:  Nusra/Alqaeda saw one truck and a pickup with 23mm cannon destroyed.  There were 5 rat carcasses.  All were foreigners.

Baab Al-Hawaa:  The crossing is now in the Syrian Army’s cross hairs.  SAA is only 2kms now from establishing its control over this very important and troublesome crossing with Turkey.

Tal Rif’aat:  A unique operation netted 12 Al-Jabhat Al-Islamiyya terrorist vultures, and some from Harakat Nooreddeen Zanki with a smattering of Jaysh Al-Muhaahideen.  The only Syrians out of the 12 were these:

‘Umar Nabeel Julaylaati

Muhammad Faheem Al-Qaseer

Abu Al-Dhuhoor Village in the northeast rural area:  The SAA attacked Nusra/Alqaeda and killed 9 rodents, destroyed a pickup with 23mm cannon and seized several mortars, boxes of ammunition and light weapons.

Thermal Station:  A truck loaded with supplies for rats was destroyed.  Weapons which survived the explosions were seized for use by our militias.

Umm Khaan Village:  4 rats killed and 6 taken prisoner.  All weapons and ammunition were confiscated and delivered to the PDC.  The only Syrian in the group was this:

Sulaymaan Mahmoud Al-Hassan Qarqoot

Al-Nayrab Airbase to the west:  The SAA has repeatedly repelled attacks on this base. Last night the Nusra group tried again with little success.  Early field assessments indicate several killed with many wounded.  No other details.

Khanaassir Road:  Another highly complex, but perfectly executed operation kept the road open and resulted in 17 dead rodents with many wounded being seen evacuated to field clinics.

Al-Jubool Village:  Nusra again loses 3 of its rats in a firefight.

Fighting reported intense here: Ramla Village, Bustaan Al-Qassr, Murabbaa Al-Kabeer, Murabbaa Salloom, Burj Seenaa, Khaan Al-‘Asal, Bani Zayd Quarter, Al-Saakhoor, Hanaanu, Karm Jabal, Salaahuddeen, Layramoon, Baab Al-Nayrab, Ataarib, Kafr Hamraa, Al-Shuqayf, Bishqaateen Village, Castillo, Bustaan Al-Baashaa, Qastal Mushut, Old City, Turaab Hulluk, Al-Hulwaaniyya, Al-Ma’aadi, Al-Saaliheen, Al-Marj, Aghyoor, Al-Sha’aar, Baab Al-Hadeed.

DAMASCUS:  Not much action in the Damascus area as rats appear more interested in killing each other than fighting the SAA.  


مصدر عسكري: هدفنا الرئيسي هو جسر الشغور ومعركتنا القادمة ستكون حاسمةKhaan Al-Shaykh:  Southwest of the city.  SAA blunted an attack by Nusra.  No other details.

Bayt Taymaa:  At the border of Al-Shaykh Mountain.  SAA snipes at moving rats and kills a reported 2 with others wounded.





Once again, our redoubtable president, Dr. Bashar Al-Assad, has to take time out from his very busy day directing Syrian Armed Forces in the campaign to exterminate Zio-Wahhabi-and-Turk-supported Takfiri terrorist vermin to bid a fond farewell to the world’s most cloying and perverted Zio-Wahhabi foreign minister, Sa’ood Al-Faysal.

Our president always reserves time for such things – after all, he has bid farewell to Jose Luis Zapatero, Hillary Clinton, Robert Ford, Muhammad Mursi, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, Guido Westerwelle, Sergio Berlusconi, Nicolas Sarkozy, William Hague,  and so many others who have called for his ouster.

Zio-Wahhabi Sa’ood Al-Faysal established himself as an international character worthy of contempt and mockery by sporting a methodology of speech remarkable for its consistent muttering, driveling, sniveling, stuttering, splattering, lisping, dripping and blathering.  (He will be missed by speech therapists).  Al-Faysal also radiated a certain aura bordering on what some psychiatrists would call “patent polymorphic put-on inebriation” occasioned by his steady ingestion of tranquilizers.  So, once again, Dr. Assad and Syrian Perspective flip an unrepentant and irreverent middle finger to the most disease-ridden Zio-Wahhabi foreign minister who ever slithered on to the diplomatic scene.      


Zio-Wahhabi Sa’ood Al-Faysal seen here eyeing the supple derriere of a young male page at the United Nations just before he delivered a speech that lasted 6 hours due to constant stuttering and chronic ideopathic bursts of amnesia.  He was a true Saudi.

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Time for Arabs and Muslims to look in the mirror

Wake up and face reality

Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information & Analysis, writes:

On 19 March a 27-year-old Afghan woman called Farkhunda was beaten to death by a mob, allegedly for burning the Koran. Here is how one newspaper described the scene, which had been captured on a mobile phone camera:

[She] lay on the ground beneath the flailing, kicking feet of dozens of men. Her face swollen and bright with blood, she attempted to stand and plead for mercy. But her attackers… kicked her back and exchanged their feet for stones and wooden planks. Before it was over, Farkhunda’s body would be thrown from a rooftop, run over by a car and then set ablaze on a bank of the muddy Kabul River.

As it turned out, Farkhunda had burned nothing. She was murdered for no reason. At her graveside, an Afghan Interior Ministry official, General Muhammad Zahir, said no evidence had been found to support the allegations against her.

“We have reviewed all the evidence and have been unable to find any single iota of evidence to support claims that she had burned a Koran,” Zahir said, adding: “She is completely innocent.”

Farkhunda’s lynching is the latest and most shocking known instance of Muslims murdering and rioting in response to claims of the desecration of their holy book or mocking of their prophet, Muhammad.

From the Danish cartoons of 2005 depicting Muhammad, to the anti-Islamic movie trailer of 2012 – the Innocence of Muslims – to the attack on the Charlie Hebdo office in Paris in January this year, the outcome is the same: Muslims claiming “hurt” because of the alleged insults to Islam go on the rampage and kill or get killed in the violence they instigated.

Hurt or not is besides the point, as is the fact of Farkhunda’s innocence. The point is, if we can mock secular icons and ideologies than why not religion as well – be it Islam, Christianity, Judaism or any other religion? Why should religion have a special status and be beyond criticism and parody?

The fact that Muslims in particular are unable to tolerate parody and mockery is at least a reflection of their own cultural and societal backwardness as it is of the racism of those who single them out.

Intolerance is ingrained in every Arab and most Muslims from childhood: you can’t question your father; you can’t question religion, even if all you’re doing is asking for the logic behind something; you can’t question your teacher; you can’t question your government; you can’t question anything. All you can do is blindly obey and rote-learn, rarely ever knowing the reason why. You grow up with one “truth”, one ideology. Everything else is false, evil and, in the case of the Islamist cutthroats, has to be destroyed.

That is how the likes of Al-Qaeda, Islamic State, the brainless morons who lynched Farkhunda and the murderous imbeciles who attacked Charlie Hebdocome to infest our lives. And, along the way, they deliver a great propaganda victory to every racist, Islamophobe and Zionist.

It’s time we – Arabs and Muslims – accept direct responsibility for our ills, or we will sink even further. It’s true, the US and the West in general have much to answer for but so have we, each one of us. It’s time we reflect on how we got ourselves into the cesspit we currently inhabit. Being in denial, and finding scapegoats for our own self-made problems, will get us nowhere. We’ve been in denial for half a century or more, and look where it has got us.

The Arab and Muslim worlds are the most backward on earth, and they’re going even more backwards. Compare where we were in the 1960s and now – we’ve gone backwards at least 50 years and are still hurtling in reverse gear.

We can go on blaming everyone else – imperialism, colonialism, Zionism, Iranians, infidels, Martians, the moon – it won’t get us anywhere.

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