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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Zina the traitor, A Culture of Fear, The Cemetry in Saffuriya, Bolt 100 in 9.4, Cornering Modi,

I don't know what Ejaz ul Haq, son of former President Zina ul Haq is eating or drinking these days. But that aside this statement is so outlandish that one cannot help but infer if he is on drugs. Read Maleeha Lodhi here The power of the past to find out the terminal cancer Zina left behind. Of all the past leaders we have the misfortune to have, the single worst person was Gen Zina. By the 1973 constitution Ejaz's father is a traitor. And we are still paying for that cursed person's sins and omission. ~~~t

Ejaz-ul-Haq said that people are demanding of the government to hold the trial of former president General Pervez Musharraf and all army generals under Article 6 and punish them for imposing martial law. He said if the government will do that, it should also hold trial of “civil dictator late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who was responsible for the division of the country into two parts”.

Liberal spaces within Europe have brought many more Muslim women out of their old confinements Europe is at risk of being 'colonised' by its Muslim populations, argue a number of bestselling new books, acclaimed across the political spectrum. How has such hysteria gone unchallenged? Pankaj Mishra on the 'Eurabia-mongers' A culture of fear

Amin Muhammad Ali, a 74-year-old refugee from a destroyed Palestinian village in northern Israel, says he only feels truly at peace when he stands among his ancestors' graves. The cemetery, surrounded on all sides by Jewish homes and farms, is a small time capsule, transporting Muhammad Ali -- known to everyone as Abu Arab -- back to the days when this place was known by an Arabic name, Saffuriya, rather than its current Hebrew name, Tzipori. Jonathan Cook reports. Israel begins sell-off of refugees' land

Human rights groups are also concerned by the wording of new restriction, confining foreign citizens to "Palestinian Authority territories". The PA rules over only about 40 per cent of the West Bank. The groups fear that in the future Israel may seek to prevent foreigners from moving between the PA-controlled enclaves of the West Bank and the 60 per cent under Israel control. New Israeli rules curb travel from West Bank (Jonathan Cook, The National)

The Supreme Court order allowing the SIT to probe Narendra Modi’s role in the post-Godhra riots delivers a blow to the BJP. Cornering Modi

Vast majority of dollar bills in US capital bear cocaine traces

Triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt targets the 9.4 second barrier for the 100m after setting a new world record of 9.58 seconds at the World Championships. Bolt sets sights on 9.4 seconds

Rahm Emanuel Bears Brunt Of Israelis Disappointment, Anger

Krugman: All That Stands In Way Of Universal Health Care Is Greed, Lies And Gullibility


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