Chemtrails- How weather control works

August 16, 2010 at 1:19 pm (Education, Politics)

Source: weatherwars.info

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Orya Maqbool Jan- Bud Diyanat Tareeekh Ka Ahem Morr

March 3, 2010 at 5:27 pm (Education, History, Islam, Media, Politics) ()

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Orya Maqbool Jan- Chief Jutice Sahab! Hamara Mustaqbil Is Say Wabasta Hay

February 24, 2010 at 12:00 pm (Education, Pakistan) (, , , , )

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Sheikh Imran Hosein- Iqbāl and Pakistan’s Moment of Truth – FULL ESSAY

February 21, 2010 at 4:37 pm (Allama Iqbal, Education, History, Islam, Khilafa, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , )

By Sheikh Imran Hosein

Introductory comment

Time is running out for the republican State of Pakistan. Only those who see with one eye will fail to recognize the evil reality that clients of Israel now control strategic decision-making both in Pakistan’s government as well as in the Armed Forces. The writing appears to be on the wall for Pakistan – unless Pakistani Muslims can rid themselves of those clients of Israel. The best way to do so appears to be through massive peaceful public demonstrations similar to those which brought down the USSR with narry a nuclear risk, rather than civil war which will automatically invite external military intervention that will eventually dismember Pakistan.

Scholars of Islam have a duty to prepare Muslims for destructive attacks that are soon to be launched which will target not only Pakistan but perhaps, Turkey and Iran as well. The situation is not entirely hopeless since at least the Iranian Armed Forces do not appear to be under the control of Israel’s clients. In fact Iran seems to have already succeeded in building a strategic alliance with Russia. It is interesting to note that an authentic Hadīth has prophesied an end-time Muslim alliance with Rūm (i.e., Byzantine Christianity that was based in Constantinople), and Russia is part of Rūm. The Saudi and Pakistani governments and Armed Forces on the other hand, are allied with the Anglo-American-Israeli alliance which does not form part of Rūm.

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It’s time to herald the Arabic science that prefigured Darwin and Newton

January 21, 2010 at 12:25 am (Education, Islam, Khilafa) ()

By Jim Al-Khalili

Source: The Guardian

In this era of intolerance and cultural tension, the west needs to appreciate the fertile scholarship that flowered with Islam


Watching the daily news stories of never-ending troubles, hardship, misery and violence across the Arab world and central Asia, it is not surprising that many in the west view the culture of these countries as backward, and their religion as at best conservative and often as violent and extremist.I am on a mission to dismiss a crude and inaccurate historical hegemony and present the positive face of Islam. It has never been more timely or more resonant to explore the extent to which western cultural and scientific thought is indebted to the work, a thousand years ago, of Arab and Muslim thinkers.

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Sarkozy – The naked truth

January 20, 2010 at 5:37 pm (Education, Global Issues, Islam, Politics) ()

By Yvonne Ridley

POLITICAL opportunist Nicolas Sarkozy forgot three fundamental lessons when he decided to denounce the burka.

The first one is that men should stay well clear of becoming embroiled in expressing opinions on women’s clothes, unless of course you happen to be called Lacroix, Gaultier, Lagerfeld or Ghesquiere.

This was a lesson learned the hard way by former British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw who was pilloried when he questioned the nikab after asking a female constituent to lift her veil so he could see her face.

Could you imagine him making the same request of any female members of the Saudi royal household during one of his galloping missions to the Middle East?

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How CIA brainwashes people to make them commit crimes against their will

January 18, 2010 at 4:28 pm (Education, Politics) ()

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Divide and Fool

January 15, 2010 at 4:31 pm (Education, Global Issues, Governance, History, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , , , , )

By Komal Hashmi

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he Divide and Conquer Strategy enables one power to break another into smaller, more manageable pieces, and then take control of those pieces one by one. It generally takes a very strong power to implement divide and conquer strategy. In order to successfully break up another power or government, the conqueror must have access to strong political, military, and economic machines. In reality, it often refers to a strategy where small power groups are prevented from linking up and becoming more powerful, since it is difficult to break up existing power structures.

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The Money Masters

January 15, 2010 at 12:22 am (Economics, Education, Global Issues) (, , , )

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Weather Warfare

January 12, 2010 at 1:23 pm (Education, Global Issues) (, )

45 min documentary aired on the History channel july 21st and 25th 2009

validates to some extent HAARP, chemtrails, weather modification

However, remember this is the History channel, so they play it off as other countries are to blame for most of negativity that is a result of ELF waves and other waves that are being played with in our ionosphere.

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Esoteric Agenda

January 10, 2010 at 4:56 pm (Economics, Education, Global Issues, Governance, History, Media, Politics) (, , , )

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Conspiracy to defuse the Minds of Pakistani Childrens

January 8, 2010 at 12:10 pm (Education, Islam, Media) (, )

Kid mesmerized by television

We know people who can spend millions, if not billions, to erect Madrassahs or Masjids, however if you ask for their support to establish an independent TV channel, then they might not even spare a rupees. “It’s not a religious activity, isn’t it … would it bring bounties in Akhirah?” It is questioned due to a common perception that mass media is a means to spread vulgarity and negativity etc; public clings to this perception despite realizing that media is indeed the most effective and efficient tool to manage and form perceptions or opinions. Ironically, concordantly, millions believes blindly that the ‘picture (read distortion) of reality’ shown by media is indeed ‘Reality’ and what it ignores either doesn’t exist or is irrelevant. This fact is saddening with far reaching consequences.”
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Wisdom of Quran- The Qissa-e-Khizr

December 9, 2009 at 9:53 pm (Education, Islam) (, , )

By Komal Hashmi

QURAN.jpg quran image by zazhewanz

Sheikh Imran Hosein is an eminent modern Muslim scholar. Whilst listening to his lectures, I came across his explanation of the Quranic narration of the event when Hazrat Musa (AS) meets Khizr (AS). Sheikh’s interpretation of Quran, about this event made me ponder further on the subject. In light of the verses of Surah-e-Kahf that describe this event, I attempted to recognize the cause of decline of our Ummah both morally and scholastically. By isolating the cause of our downfall, we can work on our deficiencies and amend our flaws. And perhaps, head towards a brighter future with Allah’s blessings.

 I feel that lack of religious knowledge is a key factor in our moral decline and also contributes to obstruction in our worldly progress. We have secularized knowledge and education, thereby severing the sacred links of knowledge to it source, which is Allah. By cutting our ties with Allah and laying the foundation of our scholarship solely on rationale and observation, we close the doors to wisdom granted by divine knowledge. Truth is not limited to what our five senses can perceive. Truth extends beyond our observation and comprehension and therefore, it is vital to acknowledge the presence of information that exists beyond the boundaries of scientific rationale, the information that converts intellect into wisdom. The story of Khizr (AS) helps us learn the significance of spiritual insight and the wisdom it grants, as well as the limitations of rational knowledge.

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Higher Education Transformation in Pakistan: Political and Economic Instability

November 19, 2009 at 8:21 pm (Economics, Education, Pakistan)

By Fred M. Hayward

The news about Pakistan over the last few years has been dominated by reports of political turmoil, terrorism, religious fundamentalism, economic decline, and the Afghan War. What has been missed is the phenomenal transformation in higher education over the last six years, which represents a critical development for Pakistan and a potential engine for growth and national recovery.

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Dr Ata-ur-Rehman defends Pakistan’s higher education reforms

November 19, 2009 at 8:16 pm (Education, Pakistan)

By Riaz Haq

Professor Pervez Hoodbhoy is a vocal critic of Pakistan’s Higher Education Reform initiated by Dr. Ata ur Rahman, adviser to President Musharraf, in 2002. This reform resulted in over fivefold increase in public funding for universities, with a special emphasis on science, technology and engineering. The reform supported initiatives such as a free national digital library and high-speed Internet access for universities as well as new scholarships enabling more than 2,000 students to study abroad for PhDs — with incentives to return to Pakistan afterward. The years of reform have coincided with increases in the number of Pakistani authors publishing in research journals, especially in mathematics and engineering, as well as boosting the impact of their research outside Pakistan.

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