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>Genocide of Mohajirs in Karachi by Taliban ANP and PPP

July 9, 2011

>From last 4 days PPP orchestrated massacre of Mohajirs continues in Karachi, PPP government gives free hand to ANP and Taliban terrorists in Orangi to massacre, Loot and burnt the properties of unarmed Mohajirs, PPP government ordered Police and Rangers to stand silently and do nothing.


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>Genocide of Mohajirs continues in Karachi from the hands of ANP and PPP

July 6, 2011

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Genocide of Mohajirs (Urdu Speakers) continues in karachi from the hands of Terrorists of ANP and PPP, Terrorists of ANP killing Mohajirs in Qasba and Orangi, burning and looting houses of Mohajirs and terrorists of PPP lyari Gang war busy in killing Urdu speakers in Lyari, Shershah and Baldia Town.
It’s time for Mohajirs to stop looking towards Police and Rangers who are no where to safe them and start protecting themselves against ANP and PPP Lyari Gangsters who are killing Mohajirs irrespective of their political and religious affiliation.

>Zulfiqar Mirza admits he is Psycho

July 1, 2011

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Ex Home Minister of Sindh Zulfiqar Mirza of PPP admits he is suffering from mental illness and diseases and he went to USA for his treatment.
After self acceptance of Zulfiqar Mirza that he is suffering from mental Illness we can now call him Pagal aur Pagal ki jagah  Pagal Khanay ma hoti ha.

We request President Zardari and PPP government to send Zulfiqar Mirza to Giddo Bandar hyderabad for treatment as he can’t be cure in USA, he can be cured in Giddo Bandar.

>Lyari people are illiterate and dumb, Shermila Faroqi of PPP

July 1, 2011

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Lyari is strong hold of Pakistan Peoples Party but after 4 governments PPP give nothing to the people of Lyari, no school, no lights, no roads, no clean drinking water, PPP only give lyari gangsters, criminals, terrorists, extortionists like Rehman Baloch aka Dakait whom PPP itself murdered after taking dirty work in fake Police Encounters.

Here PPP leader Shermila Faroqi in a Live TV show saying she is not educated from Lyari School, She is educated and sensible, means PPP strong hold Lyari don’t have schools to provide good education to poor people of lyari who gave everything for PPP but in return PPP leaders are making fun of Lyari and it’s schools.
Like people use Urdu phrase Ma Shikarpur sa nahi aya mean i am not dumb, Shermila Faroqi saying i am not educated from Lyari i am educated mean people of Lyari are illiterate and dumb ass thanks to 4 governments of PPP. See how Shermila Faroqi is taking name of Lyari.

>Where were PPP and PML N when Kashmiris needed them the most?

June 26, 2011

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Today PPP and PMLN using all the administrative machinery and their terrorists faught pitch battles against each other injuring and killing each others workers to get seats in Kashmir elections, but the 2 big parties were no where to be seen when Kashmiri’s needed them the most, After devastating earth Quake back in 2005.
Both PPP and PML N did nothing for the people of Kashmir and now playing politics, It was MQM who worked day and night for the people of Kashmir not only admired by the local Kashmir’s but by International Community and also by Anti MQM person Ayaz Amir of PMLN who not only after seeing the work of MQM wrote an Article in Daily Dawn but also raised Slogan of Jiye Altaf.
I wanted to ask a simple question to PPP and PML N who are contesting elections in Kashmir, where were they when Kashmiri’s need them and what they did for them when they were dying due to hunger, cold and diseases after the Earth Quake?

Here is the article of Ayaz Amir in Daily Dawn.

The best and the worst

By Ayaz Amir
GO see for yourselves, as I have done this past week, and you would repeat Dickens’s opening salvo in A Tale of Two Cities: it was the best of times; it was the worst of times.

Only in our case it has been a tale of two countries: the native half of Pakistan at its best, the instruments of Pakistani governance at their worst. The dichotomy couldn’t be starker nor the lines of this divide more clearly drawn across the very soul of Pakistan.

Pakistanis in the mass never had much faith or trust in their governments before. But whatever was left of this feeling lies buried with the other debris of this earthquake.

Why are Pakistanis in their thousands willing to travel all the way to Balakot or Muzaffarabad to deliver relief goods but reluctant to hand over anything to any government agency? Why are they willing to give to such organizations as Jamaat-ut-Dawaah, the Jamaat-i-Islami’s Al-Khidmat or the Edhi Foundation but not to the President’s Relief Fund? Because of this profound distrust which has only deepened after seeing the government’s response to this crisis.

From Hazara to Azad Kashmir voices arising from the deepest recesses of the heart will tell you how grateful they are to the people of Pakistan who came unbidden in their hour of need. I heard this in Balakot amidst the ruins and I heard this in Muzaffarabad. But as God is my witness in all this wide arc of disaster not one word, not a single one, did I hear in praise of the government or the army.

Having been in uniform myself, I say this with a heavy heart. Why have things come to this? In 1971 wherever we went people greeted us, waved at us, gave us food and offered help. Helping the army was considered a privilege and even when Dhaka fell and our eastern command laid down its arms, they didn’t blame us soldiers, they said we had been stabbed in the back. People held Yahya Khan and his coterie (and their serious tippling) responsible for the debacle, not the army as a whole. It all seems so long ago.

That the government was slow to respond is by now generally accepted. But that’s in the past and there’s no use crying over it. What is alarming, and quite difficult to understand is the government’s continuing failure to treat this disaster on a war footing. It is bigger, far bigger than the ‘65 war, bigger than 1971. But you wouldn’t guess this from the designer suits or relaxed countenances of Pakistani officialdom.

Balakot and Muzaffarabad may be overflowing with relief goods but much of it is not reaching the mountains which still remain cut off. The road from Balakot to Naran has yet to be opened and it’s not easy given the nature of the terrain. The road from Muzaffarabad to Ath Maqam (close to the Line of Control) has been cleared by army engineers for about 10 or 12 kilometres. The rest of it is still closed. Some trucks (including those of the UN’s World Food Programme) are carrying food as far as they can. For the rest, villagers have to trek across the mountains.

I asked some of the villagers carrying a single bag of flour on their shoulders how long it would take them to reach their villages. One said eight hours, another 16 hours. In Kashmir distance is measured not by kilometres but by the time it takes to reach your destination. Helicopters are the only alternative but there are not enough of them around. You see them flying to and fro but this is far from the Berlin airlift that this disaster actually requires. Our American friends for their part have still not been able to match action to words. They were the ones who could have given us the most helicopters but for some reason — no doubt associated with the ongoing mess of ‘the war on terror’ — have chosen not to.

Just in the past few days USAid and the Pakistan government have signed an agreement worth eight million dollars for the ‘capacity-enhancing’ of the national and provincial assemblies. We may need more helicopters but the US embassy has still has its heart set on some of its cherished priorities. Bemusing but there it is.

This crisis has demonstrated that the Punjab government is in a class of its own. Talking of which is there no way known to man to curb the publicity craze of its chief minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi? Not a day goes by without his public relations guys, surely the most successful PR outfit in the country, writing creative fiction for his greater glory.

When the earthquake struck he was in London and his concern for the victims was so great that instead of returning immediately to Pakistan, as lesser mortals might have done, he flew off straight to Washington where he stayed for a series of medical tests and a round of iftar dinners, his tour lasting 12 days, this when thousands and thousands were trapped in rubble or debris. If there was any higher justice in Pakistan he would be served with a gagging order.

Much the same is true of the rest of the civilian government. Anything by the name of government is not to be seen in the quake-hit areas. But newspapers are full of the exploits of Shaukat Aziz and his army of cabinet ministers. Seen against the backdrop of what has actually happened, this craze for publicity looks positively obscene. If these ministers are up to no good, they can at least spare the nation their antics.

But the question is: if anything by the name of organized government is not visible in the disaster zone, what is? Well, we have received prompt help from abroad and this can be seen with the naked eye: Saudi help, UAE military hospital, Qatar military hospital, field hospital from Iran, countless western NGOs, Helping Hands from the UK very active, WFP as I’ve already said, the French seen here and there, the US delivering supplies at Chaklala and, from what I hear, being amongst the most efficient in unloading the planes — the Americans coming equipped with their own forklifts and having enough soldiers not to need any help from the Pakistan authorities — tented villages from Turkey (brave, generous Turkey), the Chinese, doctors from Taiwan, doctors from Indonesia, a large medical contingent from Cuba, some world-class surgeons from Russia (at the Children’s Hospital in Islamabad I was told that the Russians were just marvellous — they arrived at the airport at four in the morning and insisted that they be taken straight to the operation theatre, working with so much commitment and singlemindedness that they seemed scarcely made of flesh and blood) and so many other countries that it’s hard to list all of them. To understand the full scope of this assistance, you have to see it with your own eyes.

And then the Pakistani nation which in the midst of this crisis seems to have rediscovered itself. Knowing the myriad rivers of corruption which run through everyday life in Pakistan, you wouldn’t have considered this possible but it has happened and it is unbelievable, a tide of assistance channelled to Balakot and Muzaffarabad by a river of people acting on blind impulse.

Much of this assistance was disorganized and chaotic but that perhaps is what was needed in those first few days when people in the stricken areas were just sitting out in the open, grateful for whatever they got. But now the relief effort is more organized. And guess who is in the forefront of this organizing? Islamist organizations such as Jamaat-ut-Daawah (the latest incarnation of Hafiz Muhammad Saeed’s famous Lashkar-i-Taiba), Al-Khidmat of course, Al Badr, Al Rasheed Trust, Al Mustafa Trust and the MQM. At the Muzaffarabad Press Club, its building all fallen, the highest praise was reserved for Jamaat-ut-Dawaah and the MQM.

Indeed the MQM’s relief camp, which is the base camp for its relief operations in Azad Kashmir, is set up just in front of the Press Club. I saw it and was moved by the way they were handling the relief effort, their volunteers going to the outlying areas, there giving chits to those in need, and, on the basis of those chits, handing out relief goods. There was a huge stock of medicines and food inside while doctors were attending to the sick. I was told that trucks carrying relief supplies were coming from Karachi every day. For the first time in my life (and I hope it is the last) I felt like saying, “Jiye Altaf”.

>Taliban ask people to kill Farooq Sattar, Jasmeen Manzur and others in Karachi

June 24, 2011

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Sirf Karachi also expose the silence of Media on the issue and published a post written by a Doctor from Karachi but Media didn’t pay any attention and now Talibans distributed pamphlets in Karachi Pukhtun Populations most of them are No-Go Areas for Local Police and Law Enforcement agencies.
In these Pamphlets Talibans Urge people to kill Politicians, Journalists, Police Officers, Religious Clerics by declaring them Jews and asked the people that if they failed to kill these people kill their families. 
Interestingly not a single name of any ANP leader from Karachi is included in this hit list.
After the inclusion of Senior Journalists like Jasmeen Manzoor, Kamran Khan and Mazhar Abbas i request media to please show the world what is happening in Karachi and how Talibans are getting foothold in Karachi with ANP sindh facilitation and help of religious parties like Jamat e Islami.

Miscreants distribute ‘hit list’ leaflets in Karachi

KARACHI – Unidentified terrorists have distributed instigating leaflets in various outskirts of the city to maintain a ‘hit list’ of anti-jihadi personalities and kill them and their family members.
The copy of the handbill, obtained by The Nation, showed scores of high-profile personalities’ list and indicated to enhance it. It showed a set schedule to kill the said personalities. It gave the names of various personalities belonging to journalist community, political, non-political figures, government high-ups, intelligence officials and law enforcement agencies personnel.
The communiqué justifies jihad and urges to wage jihad against the people, who are creating problems against the jihadi elements, and also asks individuals to maintain the hit list of people and kill them after taking ‘fatwa’ from religious clerics.
The areas where the communiqué, composed in Urdu was said to be distributed included Keamari, Kunwari Colony, Sultanabad, Manghopir, Sohrab Goth, Ittehad Town, Baldia, Orangi Town, Metrovill, Korangi, Saeedabad and others. “Make the list in a sequence and if you feel any problem to achieve the target, kill the family members of target,” the leaflet reads adding that it was aimed “To make the list of wanted criminals because they are the actual criminals labelling jihadis as terrorists.” The communiqué includes the names of 18 people at the hit list. The names are Jasmin Manzur, Mazhar Abbas, Kamran Khan, Veena Malik, Begum Nawazish Ali, former director general Federal Investigation Agency Wasim Ahmed, Capital City Police Officer (CCPO), Karachi Saud Mirza, CID SSP Chaudhry Mohammad Aslam Khan, CID SSP Fayyaz Khan, Anti Violent Crime Unit Chief SSP Farooq Awam, Special Investigation Unit chief SSP Raja Omar Khattab, Sunni scholar Mufti Naeem, Shia scholar Mirza Yousuf Baig, Dawat-e-Islami chief Ilyas Qadri, Muttahida Qaumi Movement leaders Haider Abbas Rizvi, Faisal Raza Abidi, Farooq Sattar and Rashid Qureshi, the former spokesperson of the former president of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf. 

The communiqué ends with provoking poetry “Pas Aey Shehsawaran-e-Islam. Utho Aey Allah k Lashkar. Agay Barho Aey Din ki talwaron. Chamko aur bijli ki karak ban kar dushmanan-e-Din per tot paro.” The leaflet further said that the definition of a ‘wanted criminal’ had been changed, as earlier, it was used for robbers and dacoits but after 9/11, it was started to be used for the people who were honest and sincere with Islam and wanted to wage jihad. It said the real wanted criminals were those people who were dishonest and insincere with Islam rather they were engaged with plotting against Muslims.
The communiqué stated that these elements played their role as the backbone of ‘kufar’ (infidelity) adding that these personalities included the leaders of non-Muslim countries, United Nations, World Bank, IMF, diplomats of European countries, multinational companies owned by the ‘Yahood o nasara’ (jews), army leadership, police and intelligence officials, leaders of the secular political parties, top officials of bureaucracy, media and others.
When contacted, IGP Wajid Durrani said the police had the details about the distribution of the said letters and investigation in this regard was underway.

>Jehad calls against Mahajirs and silence of Ghairat / Be-Ghairat Brigade.

June 19, 2011

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It was a shocker for me, belonging to a family who migrated from the state of UP to Pakistan after partition and bearing pain of losing 3 of my maternal uncles in the post partition riots, I never expected to listen this shit that i heard and watch on youtube, a frustrated Molana delivering fatwa in pushtu urging his followers to wage Jehad against Mahajirs and called Mahajirs race of Jews.

I quickly rang one of my staff in Qasba Colony and asked him about this, his reply was horrible enough to beat the shit out of me, he replied they had not just announced the jehad, they are doing it from last three days, They are firing on the top of the hills throwing hand grenades in Mahajir houses, looting and killing people, where is Police and Rangers I asked? They are giving them security he replied.

I searched for the latest updates on local papers, logged on to my twitter account and found nothing regarding this except few MQM walas crying on the issue and nobody else bothered to pay any attention on it.
Next day it was MQM who not only released the audio captured by a local TV cameramen braved enough to sneak into Qasba for covering the events but also gave a warning to elements who announced Jehad against Mahajirs by a threat, This is not 1986 this is 2011.

But the thing that bothered me was the strange silence and cold behavior of media, Social Media Gurus and  so called liberals of Pakistan who never waste a chance to ridicule and malign religious forces of Pakistan (Right Wingers) also having a pet name Ghairat Brigade on social medias in front of the world on this very dangerous issue, In response the right wingers used word Be Ghairat Brigade for these Liberals, Leftists and Mummy Daddy social media time passers and journalists.These Ghairat and BeGhairat Brigades are always at war against each other and never agrees on anything, but the Jehad calls against Mahajirs made them united none came out against it nor condemn it.

I am one of those people of Karachi who never paid attention on politics of ethnicity, i saw rise of MQM and bloody operation against it, I worked at Abbasi Shaheed Hospital and saw everything but that too didn’t convinced me to vote for MQM as i always consider me as a Pakistani rather a Mahajir, but this incident in which I was declared as Jew and calls for jehad against me raised publicly forced me to stop considering myself Pakistani, Like Pushtuns, Balochis, Sindhis and Punjabis  who says they are Pushtuns, Balochis, Sindhis and Punjabis first and Pakistani second,  i was surprised to see that all the civil society, Media, Anchorpersons and Social Media barkers sealed their lips on this issue when people like me was called Jew and calls for Jehad were raised against me.

The Cold behavior of Ghairat and Be Ghairat brigade could be because of their ethnic prejudice against Mahajirs but their behavior is surly pushing Mahajirs to the wall, These Ghairat Brigades and Be Gahirat Brigades have so much motherly love for the Muslims around the world and minority sects in Pakistan but they don’t have interest for 8% population of Pakistan called Urdu Speakers or Mahajirs.

Thank You Gahirat and Be Ghairat Brigades you made me Mahajir from Pakistani, My message to all Mahajirs irrespective of their political association to get united as this jehad call is not against MQM it’s against Mahajirs and these people are not asking before killing a person you are in MQM or not they are killing a person because he is a Mahajir.

This jehad call is also a wakeup call for Mahajirs in different political parties they too should ask their parties why they are tight lipped on these Jehad calls against Mahajirs?

(Writer is a famous Cardiologist of Karachi who works in one of the biggest Private Hospitals of Pakistan)