Tuesday, September 23, 2014

::::Huthis and Shi`ism::::

The Saudi and Qatari Wahhabi media are purposefully confusing the issues about the religious affiliation of the Huthis: 
they are purposefully confusing Huthism with Zaydism and with Jardism and with Shi`ite twelvers. 
Huthis are Zaydis but it is a political movement with its own agenda. 
It is not part of the Shi`ite twelvers religiously. 
It is also not the same as Jarudism. 
But for the bigoted Wahhabi media, they all are the same.

Joke of the 21st century

Presidential elections in Afghanistan: A Joke of the 21st century
"Afghanistan’s American and other international supporters have made a democratic transfer of power a precondition for the continuance of extensive foreign aid programs to the country." 
Condition for continuance of foreign aid? 
When did Afghanistan ever had a decent presidential election under US occupation? 
The last one which brought Karzai? 
Or this one?  
What do you say about a presidential election where the two sides agreed to keep the results secret?

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Weapons of Mass Destruction Supplied by EU and US

EU and America are supplying arms in Middle East to escalate the crisis.
Arms shipped to FSA, ISIL the Syrian rebels to fight president Assad
Arms to Libyan Rebels
Arms to Sudan Rebels
Arms to Somalia
Arms to Israel to kill Palestinian children
Arms to Iraqi Kurds
These arms are supplied to kill people by the Nobel Laureate for establishment of Peace, his excellency "Barack Obama" the president of the United States.

Monday, May 5, 2014

Surrender By Modi

Modi accuses EC of failing to stop poll rigging and violence, Proves his dream for PM post shatters. His 5000cr down the drain.

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Shashi Tharoor: Minister for the Cattle Class

Shashi Tharoor, who had to quit as the minister of state of external affairs in April 2010 in the wake of allegations of wrongdoing in buying stakes in an IPL team, made a comeback as the minister of state in the human resource development ministry.

Remember that Shashi Tharoor has tweeted for the economy class as a "Cattle Class" in the airplane, implementing the austerity plan by the UPA government. He was  the minister of state of external affairs at that time.

He is re-inducted as the minister of state in the human resource development ministry. "He will now have to look after this same "Cattle Class."

Friday, November 9, 2012

IQ controversy of Nitin Gadkari

BJP president Nitin Gadkari said the intelligence quotient level of Swami Vivekanand and Dawood Ibrahim was almost the same, but the spiritual leader had used it for nation building while the underworld don for pursuing crime.
Gadkari has equaled the status of Vivekanand the reformist and Dawood the 'Wanted' by the Interpol. He wants to stay in NEWS by his silly statements.

Gadkari forgot to mention the even IQ of Narendra Modi and Ajmal Kasab. The common Killer instinct.

The IQ of Nitin Gadkari and the IQ of a Prostitute is the same.
They both are willing to sell their Morality for HARD ........................ CASH.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Idiotic Talk of Erdogan

After arming the Syrian rebels with the help of US, EU, Saudia, Qatar the Turkish PM talks the below nonsense.

"The countries that directly or indirectly support the terrorist organization's acts will one day face that gun themselves," he said in Ankara on Saturday.

Erdogan also stated that no demand would ever be achieved through guns and violence

Sunday, October 14, 2012

How cheap is a Million

Robert Vadra to NDTV: 'Cheap publicity bid by Arvind Kejriwal, Prashant 
Bhushan to launch political party'

Hundreds of millions of Rupees involved, but, Robert Vadra calls it Cheap.

No-Fly Zone for Turkey

Syria has denied Turkey civilian planes to use its air space. It was in retaliation of Turkey intercepting Syrian civilian aircraft in its territory.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

How Safe the World is?

Over 64 billion watts of electricity has been produced in nuclear plants all over the globe in the past half century and over 440 nuclear power plants in 30 countries account for almost 16 percent of the world's total power supply.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Confession of al-Jazeera

Since Egypt, however, Al-Jazeera’s approach has become more complicated. “They did a marvellous job in Egypt and their reporters were very courageous in getting the storyline across but when they shifted to Libya they were campaigning there,” said James Zogby, president of the Arab American Institute. “Then they ducked Bahrain. It was clear there was a politics there that was playing out.”
Al-Jazeera is funded by Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the emir of Qatar, and Foukara conceded that this patronage had an effect. Saudi Arabia had “a huge vested interest in Bahrain” and aggressive coverage of unrest and repression in Bahrain could have re-ignited tensions between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
“What does it mean for the credibility of Al-Jazeera focussing so much on Libya but not on Bahrain? I think it's raising a lot of questions and it’s something that many of us feel kind of uncomfortable with because we want people to say Al-Jazeera has taken the same interest in every story.” Full Story

Friday, April 1, 2011

There's no Business like WAR Business

Lies, hypocrisy and hidden agendas. This is what United States President Barack Obama did not dwell on when explaining his Libya doctrine to America and the world. The mind boggles with so many black holes engulfing this splendid little war that is not a war (a "time-limited, scope-limited military action", as per the White House) - compounded with the inability of progressive thinking to condemn, at the same time, the ruthlessness of the Muammar Gaddafi regime and the Anglo-French-American "humanitarian" bombing. Read Full

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Organized Criminal Royal Families of the Gulf

"the ruling families of the Arab Gulf states are more like a confederation of organized crime families"

Masked Faces

@ Note difference between protesters emerging on street faces revealed in pride whilst security forces mask their faces in shame

Thursday, March 24, 2011

US Military Bases In Middle East

The vast number of US military bases all over the world are intended to insure US military, political, and economic domination. That’s why there is a huge naval base, for the US 5th fleet, in the monster-kingdom of Bahrain. Will the Navy intervene on the side of the dictator if he is threatened? There is much covert CIA support for our king-dictators in Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the UAE. Last week Admiral Mullins toured all these client states to reassure them, said a Pentagon press release. Does that mean direct US intervention?

Wahhabi Cleric of Egypt Dreams of Presidency

A group of internet users have created a Facebook page supporting prominent Salafi (Wahhabi) cleric Mohamed Hassan for presidency.
The 50-year-old influential preacher had maintained an apolitical stance during ousted President Hosni Mubarak’s rule and sometimes advocated anti-Christian sentiments, especially when the regime’s relation to the Orthodox Church deteriorated. Hassan has never criticized Mubarak, arguing that it’s religiously forbidden to oppose the ruler.

Muslim Brotherhood criticized Bahrain Authorities

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt on Wednesday called on Bahraini authorities to listen to the demands of the people. It also criticized authorities for painting demands for political and constitutional reform as sectarian issues.
In a statement, the Brotherhood expressed its concerns about the escalation of events and the resulting casualties in Bahrain, saying this escalation "portends grave dangers."
The group called on "the people of Bahrain in all walks of life to get over their differences and to put aside feelings of tribalism, sectarianism and factionalism.”
The Brotherhood also called on the authorities to “adopt the principle of dialogue to resolve problems in a context of Islamic brotherhood, national unity and kinsmanship."
“Popular demands reflect the people’s will and officials must listen to and enforce what is in the public’s best interest," read the statement.
The group warned that turning the political unrest into sectarian issues "would ignite strife, threaten national unity, and provide a pretext for foreign interventions."

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

How Israel Fears Hizbullah

If Shebaa Farms are returned to Lebanon, Hizballah will merely take up another cause. It exists solely to advocate for and execute the destruction of Israel. This is about our existence, not Shebaa Farms. Read Full

Monday, March 21, 2011

Saudi Arabia’s Intervention In Bahrain: Necessary Evil Or Strategic Blunder? – Analysis

Saudi Arabia’s Intervention In Bahrain: Necessary Evil Or Strategic Blunder? – Analysis

1,000 Pakistanis recruited for Bahrain forces

More than 1,000 Pakistanis have been recruited to serve in the Bahrain National Guards, learnt on Sunday.
The recruitment has been made through the military-run Bahria Foundation and Fauji Foundation, which train the selected personnel before sending them to Bahrain.
“We have been asked to recruit 850 people and 150 to 200 others will be inducted through Fauji Foundation,” he said.
“We have facilitated the recruitment with a view to providing employment to Pakistanis,” he added.
America is also following the policy of employment to Americans by invading the other countries. In Afghanistan, the American forces bombard Pakistani territory, they just do their jobs as the employees do.  

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Demolition of Bahrain Pearl Square

On Friday, authorities in Bahrain have torn down the statue at the centre of Pearl roundabout in the capital, Manama, where pro-democracy protests were held for weeks.
The concrete statue of six dhow sails holding up a pearl was demolished using drills and diggers on Friday.
On Friday Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmed al-Khalifa, Bahrain's foreign minister, said the demolition of the statue was an effort to erase "bad memories".
(Bad memory? offcourse for the tyrants)
Sheikh Issa Qassim, Bahrain's most influential Shia cleric, said during Friday sermon that Gulf troops would have been better off helping Palestinians in Gaza than entering Bahrain.
The statue that was demolished comprised six sails symbolising each of the six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, holding up a pearl, symbol of the pearl fishing heritage that was the economic mainstay of the region before the discovery of oil.
"It is a kind of psychological victory for the protesters," said Hussein Oraibi, who works in telecommunications.
"It upset them so much that people were gathering there, they had to go out of their way to pull this down and change the traffic directions." (Agencies)
The protesters had already renamed this 'Pearl Square' to "Martyr's Square."

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Still They are the Friends of the Arabs

In the UN Security Council, Washington has exercised its veto 41 times in the Council to shield Israel from condemnation for its actions in the occupied Palestinian territories or Lebanon".