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Full Name: Anwar Ul Haque
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Zionists attack Benazir Procession
Anwar Ul Haque
Most wise people know well that the Zionists are friends of no one. They did not forgive even their greatest saviors e.g. Moosa (Moses), Haroon (Aaron), Dawood (David), Sulaiman (Solmon), Mariam (Mary) and Issa (Jesus) {Peace be upon them}. They are behind all terrorism and other mischief going in the world.  That is the precise reason why Quran-e-Majeed has carried out their thorough postmortem and psycho analysis. Those who read and understand Quran frequently i.e. daily several times in Salah and outside Salah recognize them very well and understand their conspiracies and behavior. And that is also the reason why Zionists and their puppets are after Quran. These puppets included crypto Jew Atta Turak and Zionists slaves Pervaiz Musharraf and Altaf Hussain. Benazir is also a Zionist slave who had joint press conferences with life long terrorist Yahuda Barak (ex- Israeli Prime Minister) in the University of Arkansas, USA. Benazir has shown open approval of Lal Masjid massacre by Pervaiz Musharraf. In return to her public and private sajood (prostrations)  to Zionists masters, her enormous accounts were released which were nothing but stolen money of the poor people of Pakistan.
For her rally in Karachi, most participants were paid Rs. 5000 each and anyone who arranged 10 people was paid Rs. 50,000. However Shaukat Aziz and Pervaiz Musharraf did not like her arrival and had asked her to postpone her arrival at least till the outcome of Supreme Court's verdict. Muslim League Q is also quite unhappy with her and  so is MQM.
It is an open secret that the Lal Masjid drama was planned by secret agencies. In this regard even role of Senior Imam of the Masjid is questionable. It was easy to arrest him as he used to travel from Lal Masjid to Madrisah Faridya, located about 1-2 miles from Lal Masjid for daily lecturing.
The international agencies have long infiltrated many religious organizations of Pakistan. "Maulana" Fazlur Rehman is known to receive hefty checks from such Zionist puppets as Saddam and Qaddafi. His Saffron Color in his head cap is to please Hindu extremists like Vaj Payee and Bal Thakray who give him warm welcome whenever he visits India. The International Terrorist organizations e.g. Mossad, MI 5, CIA, RAW and KGB etc frequently use MQM and some pseudo religious parties and persons for their dirty work of violence and killings to get rid of their enemies and to defame Muslims and Islam.
On 12th May 2007 Musharraf and MQM jointly gave a blood bath to Karachi on arrival of Chief Justice of Pakistan. Then Musharraf carried out an unsuccessful assassination attempt on Chief Justice in F 8 Islamabad, killing about 20 PPP workers.
It is difficult to rule in or out Benazir's role in yesterday's bomb blast. However one must note that at the time of the blast Benazir went in the down story of her special bullet proof vehicle for "rest". It could have been coincidence or she may be the part of the entire drama. She would care least about common people in view of her and her husband's massive proven corruption including Saray Palace. She bought electricity at 5 times the price of market rate and as a result each house hold is paying 5 times more electricity bills and Pakistna Industry got bankrupt causing severe unemployment.
Arrival of Benazir heralds a new blood chapter in Pakistan and on the receiving side will be PPP workers and supporters. The fight and conflict between pro and anti Zionists forces will also intensify. While military and Benazir will be traveling in bullet proof vehicles, this luxury will obviously be not available to PPP workers and supporters. As true and genuine Muslims never attack innocent people knowing very well that it is strictly forbidden in Islam and carries the punishment of eternal hell fire, the attacks on common people will come from Zionist dogs and puppies fighting for the same pieces of bones and flash. In order to come out this turmoil there is no option for Muslims but to hold fast the rope of Allah i.e. Quran-e-Majeed, which alone can take them out from the bottom pit of humiliation, disgrace, violence, lack of peace and poverty. So let us start learning Quran and Quranic Arabic and teaching others. Let us be punctual in five times daily Salah at the Masjid. And let us not support Zionist financial institutes e.g. Banks, Insurance companies. Let us not put our money there as this is utilized for the worst possible crimes. And let us fight against all efforts and attempts by Zionist puppets to spread vulgarity, filthy cinema culture and waste of time, money and energy in useless activities and customs. The Zionists know very well that by engaging Muslims in such things will weaken Muslims. But what is the responsibility of common Muslims??? Just to sit and do nothing? And get destroyed??? ? No Muslims are role models for the world as the Prophet (PBUH) is the role model for us. So wake up and start leading the world.
Anwar Ul Haque
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 Reply:   Hypocrite!
Replied by(Patriotic_Pakistani) Replied on (14/Apr/2010)

Dear all, I am sick of Dr. Haque's funny remarks. I want to let everyone know that he is a U.S citizen himself. Most of his family members are living there. If he is that much against U.S, he should surrender his nationality which he will never do. His family members are paying taxes to the U.S Govt and indirectly involved in nurchuring Zionism. I don't know how he raises voice in Dr. Afia's favor with all this background. Actually we are hypocrites, we say something and do something opposite. I don't want to say this, but unfortunately this problem is common among our mullahs and that's why Quaid was against them.
 Reply:   That Was a Remote Blast in Kar
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (22/Oct/2007)

 Reply:   chulli hay rusm kay koi naa su
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (20/Oct/2007)

 Reply:   i have another notescript src
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (20/Oct/2007)

If it was sucidal attack, then why both suiciders were so dumb that they blew up themselves at the time when Benazir was not on the roof of truck?
Replied by(SAROSH) Replied on (20/Oct/2007)



 Reply:   Pakistani chan's bhutto blames
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (19/Oct/2007)
Pakistani channels bhutto blames govt and on international media blamed Islamist, excellent politics, gaining sympathy from both, but will this dual game last long??

By PAISLEY DODDS, Associated Press Writer 26 minutes ago

KARACHI, Pakistan - Benazir Bhutto blamed al-Qaida and Taliban militants Friday for the assassination attempt against her that killed at least 136 people, and declared she would risk her life to restore democracy in Pakistan and prevent an extremist takeover

The former premier presented a long list of foes who would like to see her dead from loyalists of a previous military regime that executed her politician father to Islamic hard-liners bent on stopping a female leader from modernizing Pakistan.

"We believe democracy alone can save Pakistan from disintegration and a militant takeover," Bhutto said at a news conference less than 24 hours after bombs exploded near a truck carrying her in a festive procession marking her return from eight years of self-imposed exile.

"We are prepared to risk our lives and we are prepared to risk our liberty, but we are not prepared to surrender our great nation to the militants," the pro-Western leader added.

Bhutto, who came home to lead her party in January parliamentary elections, said she had been warned before returning that Taliban and al-Qaida suicide squads would try to kill her, saying a "brotherly" nation provided her with a list of telephone numbers of suicide squads.

She said she warned of that threat in a letter Tuesday to Pakistan's current military leader, President Gen. Pervez Musharraf, with whom she has been negotiating a possible political alliance.

"There was one suicide squad from the Taliban elements, one suicide squad from al-Qaida, one suicide squad from Pakistani Taliban and a fourth a group I believe from Karachi," she said.

Bhutto said it was suspicious that streetlights failed as her procession made its way from Karachi's airport toward downtown Thursday night. She said cell phone service also was out.

"I'm not accusing the government, but certain individuals who abuse their positions and powers," she said.

She pointed to supporters of the former military regime of Gen. Mohammad Zia ul-Haq, who seized power in 1977 and hanged her father, deposed Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Zia also jailed Benazir Bhutto several times before his death in a mysterious plane crash in 1988.

Bhutto said the military thugs of the 1970s who terrorized her family and today's Islamic militants share the same thirst "to kill and maim innocent people and deny them the right to a representative government."

All of them want to destabilize Pakistan, and the suicide bomb attack was part of that campaign, she said.

"It was an attack by a militant minority that does not enjoy the support of the people of Pakistan, that has only triumphed in a military dictatorship," she said.

Washington said the blasts showed the challenges as Pakistan tries to build a moderate Islamic democracy.

"It tells you a lot about the kinds of people we are battling against every day, that any flicker of democracy they want to find a way to beat it down and stamp it out," said White House deputy press secretary Tony Fratto.

Pakistani officials, who said Thursday night's bloodshed would not disrupt election plans, said one suicide bomber staged the attack.

Authorities said the assault bore the hallmarks of a Taliban-allied warlord and the al-Qaida terror network with a man first throwing a grenade into the sea of people around Bhutto's convoy and then blowing himself up with a bomb wrapped in bolts and other pieces of metal.

Pakistani television showed video of what it said was the severed head of the suspected bomber, an unshaven man in his 20s with curly hair and green eyes.

Officials said the warlord was Baitullah Mehsud, a leader on the unstable Afghan border who threatened earlier this month to meet Bhutto's return to Pakistan with suicide attacks, according to local media reports. An associate of Mehsud denied Taliban involvement.

Bhutto diputed the government's version of the attack, saying that there were two suicide bombers and that her security guards also had found a third man armed with a pistol and another with a suicide vest.

Bhutto's procession had been creeping toward the center of Karachi for 10 hours Thursday when a small explosion erupted near the front of her truck as well-wishers swarmed around it. A larger blast quickly followed, destroying two police vans.

Party officials said the 54-year-old Bhutto had left the open top of the truck and gone inside to rest her swollen feet only a few minutes earlier. She was reviewing a speech with an adviser when they heard a loud bang.

"Something in my heart told me that this is not a firecracker, it is a suicide attack," she said at the news conference. "You could see the light, and then as we waited for 30 seconds to 60 seconds, we heard the sound and saw the huge orange light and bodies spilling all over."

She praised her security guards. "They refused to let the suicide bomber, the second suicide bomber, get near the truck. So the second suicide bomber hit the security guard wall ... he couldn't hit the truck."

Rejecting criticism that she had endangered her supporters, Bhutto said it was the right decision to return to help her homeland and she was willing to pay the price.

Bhutto predicted extremists would now try to attack her homes in Karachi, the country's biggest city, and her hometown of Larkana. Officials of her Pakistan People's Party guarded her Karachi residence Friday, forming a human chain around the building to keep people back.

The attack that wrecked Bhutto's jubilant homecoming parade was one of the deadliest in Pakistan's history, with six hospitals reporting a total of 136 dead and some 250 wounded.

While the carnage underlined the threats to stability, the attack also was likely to push Bhutto and Musharraf toward an alliance that would be backed by the U.S. and others in the West.

Musharraf, who phoned Bhutto on Friday to express his condolences, is a longtime rival but they share moderate views and support working with the United States in fighting militant groups.

Information Minister Mohammed Ali Durrani said the parliamentary ballot would go ahead as planned in January. "Elections will be held on time," he said.

Bhutto served twice as prime minister between 1988 and 1996, but both of her governments ended amid allegations of corruption and mismanagement. She left Pakistan after Musharraf seized power in 1999 and corruption charges were filed against her.

She was able to return after her power-sharing talks with the general brought her immunity covering the corruption cases.

Musharraf won re-election to the presidency in a vote this month by lawmakers that is being challenged in the Supreme Court. If confirmed for a new five-year term, he has promised to quit the military and restore civilian rule.


Associated Press writer Matthew Pennington contributed to this report.

(This version CORRECTS ADDS graf on Pakistani warlord identified by officials as suspect in bomb attack. corrects that Bhutto's comment about four suicide squads referred to warning she received before returning home, not Thursday night's attack. AP Video.)
 Reply:   Talibaan and Bait-ullah-mehsoo
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (19/Oct/2007)

Government always put every blame on the talibaan for each bomb blast but they never accepted or declined, but this is first time in five years that talibaan has denied the attack.
So now we should Honor that and should try to find the real culprits but how real Culprit will find himself.

Bait-ullah-mehsood from waziristan asked his person in bnnu to call people in Peshawar to tell all that our fight is with America not with the nation and we didn't do this blast.
 Reply:   Benazir used 138 people to get
Replied by(farhan) Replied on (19/Oct/2007)
A very tragic incident happened in Karachi yeaster day, but before my thoughts I would like to ask this question from the whole nation.
Why there was no suicide attack took placed in MQM's or Q league rally ever?
Well all the bull shit is discussing in news that it was done by agencies or it was a terrorist attack.
If government and media is giving clarification that it happened because Benazir said that she will gave the access to Dr. A.Q.Khan or let Americans to attack in waaziristan then why Taiban never tried to have suicide bomb attack In Q league rally or in MQM rallies, as they are more exposed to talibaan and the time frame to attack them was more and they are with musharraf more openly then benazir.
Hence it is proved that the government and Benazir both are involved because of this attack Benazir tring to gain the sympathies of nation which have been lost up to some extent due to deal. And whoever lost there lives, I believe all arethe innocent common people why none of the leader got any injury.
Why Benazir was in cabin that time?
Why always when a suicide attack took place always president, prime Minster and now Benazir is saved?
Why Al-Qaida or Taliban was in rush to kill her on the 1st day. If they want to kill her then they have a lot of time.
Benazir will live in Pakistan and then can pan and do a mature attack. So now its up to us to have a clear view and don't listen to this non sense talk. Well I appeal to all nation do not support to such leader who use the people of Pakistan's lives for their personal benefits.

 Reply:   Rehman Malik former FIA chief
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (19/Oct/2007)

Rehman Malik has three observations
1-those were not suicidal bomb, because of those were suicidal attacks then how come second suicider survived the first blast to make the second blast.
2-Jammers which suppose to work through out the rally, according to government sources, were not operational for most of the way as Rehman Malik and etc were able to use normal mobiles to talk through out the rally.

My observations

the path was changed in the last minutes, it means this was government's plan otherwise suiciders were not so sharp to change the program, path so suddenly.
 Reply:   Explosions are by Agencies - Z
Replied by(Noman) Replied on (19/Oct/2007)

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