Sunday, February 20, 2011

FAISALA AAP KA, Feb 20, 2011 SAMAA TV

Reema Show, Feb 20, 2011 SAMAA TV,Inzimam ul Haq

4 Man Show 20th February 2011

Another hilarious show by 4 Man Show Team With Immu Bhai and Inzi Bhai

In session - 20th feb 2011

A very large conspiracy to start PAK-USA War

CIA Spy Captured Giving Nuclear Bomb To Terrorists While all eyes in the West are currently trained on the ongoing revolution taking place in Egypt, Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) is warning that the situation on the sub-continent has turned “grave” as it appears open warfare is about to break out between Pakistan and the United States. Fueling this crisis, that the SVR warns in their report has the potential to ignite a total Global War, was the apprehension by Pakistan of a 36-year-old American named Raymond Allen Davis (photo), whom the US claims is one of their diplomats, but Pakistani Intelligence Services (ISI) claim is a spy for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Davis was captured by Pakistani police after he shot and killed two men in the eastern city of Lahore on January 27th that the US claims were trying to rob him. Pakistan, however, says that the two men Davis killed were ISI agents sent to follow him after it was discovered he had been making contact with al Qaeda after his cell phone was tracked to the Waziristan tribal area bordering Afghanistan where the Pakistani Taliban and a dozen other militant groups have forged a safe haven and former CIA agent Tim Osman (also known as Osama bin Laden) is believed to be in hiding. Of the actual gunfight itself we can read as reported by the Time News Service which, in part, says: “The scene could have been scripted in a Hollywood action thriller: For two hours at the end of last month in Lahore, U.S. diplomat Raymond Davis was closely pursued by two visibly armed men on a motorbike. He noticed them tailing him from a restaurant to an ATM, and through the crowded streets of Pakistan’s second [largest] city. They were close by when, in a crowded intersection, Davis produced his own handgun and fired seven shots. The diplomat was apparently a crack shot, and all seven bullets found their mark, killing his two pursuers. Davis then called for back-up, and a four-wheel-drive vehicle raced onto the scene, striking a Pakistani bystander who was killed by the impact. But the people in the vehicle, whose identities remain unknown, escaped from the scene having failed to retrieve Davis, who was later arrested nearby.” The combat skills exhibited by Davis, along with documentation taken from him after his arrest, prove, according to this report, his being a member of the feared American Task Force 373 (TF373) black operations unit currently operating in the Afghan War Theater and Pakistani tribal areas comprised of US Military Special Forces Soldiers, CIA spies and freelance mercenaries. Further information about Davis discovered by the Times of India includes: “According to records from the Pentagon, Davis is a former Special Forces soldier who left the army in August 2003 after 10 years of service. A Virginia native, he served with infantry divisions prior to joining the 3rd Special Forces Group in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. In 1994, he was part of the U.N. peacekeeping force in Macedonia. His record includes several awards and medals, including for good conduct. Public records also show Davis runs a company with his wife registered in Las Vegas called Hyperion Protective Services, though it was not immediately clear whether the company has had many contracts with the U.S. government.” Since Davis’s capture the US has exerted extraordinary pressure upon Pakistan to release him, including the American Ambassador warning President Asif Ali Zardari to release him “or else” and the cancellation of all talks between these two nuclear powered Nations. Today, according to this SVR report, this most critical of situations became even worse when a Pakistani judge refused to bow to American pressure and ordered a further 14-day detention of Davis, and which sparked an immediate threat from US National Security Advisor Tom Donilon, who told Pakistani envoy Hussain Haqqani that the Obama administration will “kick him out of the US”, close American consulates in Pakistan and cancel President Zardari’s upcoming visit to Washington if their CIA spy wasn’t released immediately. Fearing that the conflict over Davis may lead to open warfare, the Pakistanis were quick to let the Americans know they would not come out any conflict unscathed with their firing yesterday of their new Hatf-VII nuclear cruise missile (also called Babur after the 16th-century Muslim ruler who founded the Mughal Empire) that Major General Athar Abbas said “…can carry strategic and conventional warheads, has stealth capabilities, is a low-flying, terrain-hugging missile with high manoeuvrability, pinpoint accuracy and radar avoidance features”. The United States Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) further reported yesterday that Pakistan appears to be building a fourth military nuclear reactor, signaling its determination to produce more plutonium for atomic weapons. Most ominous in this SVR report, though, is Pakistan’s ISI stating that top-secret CIA documents found in Davis’s possession point to his, and/or TF373, providing to al Qaeda terrorists “nuclear fissile material” and “biological agents” they claim are to be used against the United States itself in order to ignite an all-out war in order to reestablish the West’s hegemony over a Global economy that is warned is just months away from collapse. Not known to the masses of the American people is that the $20 Trillion they have spent on their longest wars in history has bankrupted their Nation to such an extent that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) called yesterday for replacement of the US Dollar as the World’s reserve currency. More crucially that the American people are ignoring is the fact that their own government has unleashed against them a 21st Century update to the dreaded US Military “Operation Northwoods” campaign of terror designed to enrage them to accepting war as their main way of life. Operation Northwoods was a series of false-flag operation proposals that originated within the United States government in 1962. The proposals called for the CIA, or other operatives, to commit acts of terrorism in US cities and elsewhere. These acts of terrorism were to be blamed on Cuba in order to create public support for a war against that nation, which had recently become communist under Fidel Castro. One part of Operation Northwoods was to “develop a Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington.” Operation Northwoods proposals included hijackings and bombings followed by the introduction of phony evidence that would implicate the Cuban government. It stated: “The desired resultant from the execution of this plan would be to place the United States in the apparent position of suffering defensible grievances from a rash and irresponsible government of Cuba and to develop an international image of a Cuban threat to peace in the Western Hemisphere.” Several other proposals were included within Operation Northwoods, including real or simulated actions against various US military and civilian targets. The plan was drafted by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, signed by Chairman Lyman Lemnitzer and sent to the Secretary of Defense. Although part of the US government’s Cuban Project anti-communist initiative, Operation Northwoods was never officially accepted and the proposals included in the plan were never executed. James Bamford summarizes Northwoods as follows: “Operation Northwoods, which had the written approval of the Chairman and every member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, called for innocent people to be shot on American streets; for boats carrying refugees fleeing Cuba to be sunk on the high seas; for a wave of violent terrorism to be launched in Washington, D.C., Miami, and elsewhere. People would be framed for bombings they did not commit; planes would be hijacked. Using phony evidence, all of it would be blamed on Castro, thus giving Lemnitzer and his cabal the excuse, as well as the public and international backing, they needed to launch their war.” Though Operation Northwoods had the “approval” of the Chairman and every member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, it did not have the approval of their boss, President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963), but who barely one year after his outright rejection of this monstrous plan to kill thousands of innocent Americans was gunned down as an example to any future US leader what would happen to them if they dared go against the wishes of the Military-Industrial Complex (MIC). Today, as the US Department of Homeland Security has just issued a grim warning that the threat of terror strike on America is at a higher level than it has been since September 11, 2001, and the WikiLeaks release of secret US government cables reveals that al Qaeda is on the brink of using a nuclear bomb, a new President stands between his people and the CIA warmongers with the only question being will he protect them like Kennedy did? The answer to that question, sadly, appears to be “no” as new information recently obtained by US journalists show that not only has Obama failed to discipline those CIA officers who have led the United States to near total collapse, he has promoted them in numbers never before seen in history.http://www.eutimes.net/2011/02/cia-spy-captured-giving-nuclear-bomb-to-terrorists/

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TTP release video showing Col Imam dead

India Ki Aabi Jahriat Berti Ja Rahi Hai Editorial By Jang


India Ki Aabi Jahriat Berti Ja Rahi Hai Editorial By Jang

Hillary Clinton Statement And Pak-America Relationship Editorial By Express


Hillary Clinton Statement And Pak-America Relationship Editorial By Express

Pakistan Mukhalaf Powers By Agha Masood Hussain


Pakistan Mukhalaf Powers By Agha Masood Hussain

Kamyab Mansooba Bandi Ki Zaroorat By Saleem Yazdani


Need of better polices for stability and development of Pakistan, Saleem-Yazdani columns

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Ka Incident By Khalil Ahmed Nanitalwala


Incident of Rahat-Fateh-Ali-Khan and other matters and issues between Pakistan and India, Khalil-Ahmed-Neni-Tal-Wala

Mohmand Agency Main Ek Aur… By Rahimullah Yusufzai


Mohmand Agency Main Ek Aur… By Rahimullah Yusufzai

Mind Set By Dr Safdar Mehmood


Need of change of mind set and behavior about American pressure and demands, Dr.Safdar-Mehmood columns

Hubul Watni Ka Bukhar By Ayaz Ameer


Raymond-Davis case and American terrorism, Leadership of Pakistan, Ayaz-Amir columns

Raymond Davis Aur Vienna Convention By Javed Malik


Raymond Davis Aur Vienna Convention By Javed Malik

Kajj Fehm Aur Bay Aqal By Najam Sethi


Kajj Fehm Aur Bay Aqal By Najam Sethi

Judiciary Phir Sang Zani By Irfan Siddiqui


Judiciary matters and Chief-Justice-Ifthikar-Muhammad-Chaudhry policies, Irfan-Siddique columns

Toba Farmaein By Saadullah Jan Barq


Present situation of Pakistan and different challenges, our responsibilities, Saad-Ullah-Jan-Barq

Present situation of Pakistan and different challenges, our responsibilities, Saad-Ullah-Jan-Barq

Chand Ko Gull Karo To Hum Janein By Amjad Islam Amjad


Literature and literary activities, Faiz-Sahib and their poetry, Amjad-Islam-Amjad columns

Literature and literary activities, Faiz-Sahib and their poetry, Amjad-Islam-Amjad columns

Column on current affairs by Daily-Nawaiwaqt


Column on current affairs by Daily-Nawaiwaqt

Column on current affairs by Daily-Nawaiwaqt

Education Humara Kuch Nahi Bigar Sakti By Shireen Haider


Education Humara Kuch Nahi Bigar Sakti By Shireen Haider

Nek Parveen Shah Mehmood Qureshi By Asadullah Ghalib


Situation for Shah-Mehmood-Qureshi and their policies, Asad-Ullah-Ghalib columns

Situation for Shah-Mehmood-Qureshi and their policies, Asad-Ullah-Ghalib columns

Books Say Bhara Howa Blue Riksha By Zahida Hina


Literature festival in Karachi, Column about different personalities by Zahida-Hina

Literature festival in Karachi, Column about different personalities by Zahida-Hina

Pakistan America Ki Majboori By Abdul Qadir Hassan


Raymond-Davis case, American polices for release of Raymond-Davis and reaction of our leadership, Abdul-Qadir-Hassan columns

Raymond-Davis case, American polices for release of Raymond-Davis and reaction of our leadership, Abdul-Qadir-Hassan columns

Pakistani Bamuqabla American Sheeda Pastool By Tahir Server Mir


Column with stunning facts about Raymond-Davis case and American terrorism by Tahir-Sarwar-Mir

Column with stunning facts about Raymond-Davis case and  American terrorism by Tahir-Sarwar-Mir

Ghairat Or Hikmat By Sana Bucha

Multani Peer Kabi Bhutto Nahi Bantay By Rauf Klasra


Prime-Minister-Yousaf-Raza-Gilani statement on Raymond-Davis case, other political matters in Pakistan, Rauf-Classra columns

Prime-Minister-Yousaf-Raza-Gilani statement on Raymond-Davis case, other political matters in Pakistan, Rauf-Classra columns

Hum Sab Ki Masoom Si Story By Javed Chaudhry


An inspirational and motivational story by Javed-Chaudhry

An inspirational and motivational story by Javed-Chaudhry

Pakistani newspapers cartoons on February 20 2011

Cartoon on KESC bills
Cartoon on KESC bills


Cartoon on Davis cup
Cartoon on Davis cup



Cartoon on Fozia Wahab statement
Cartoon on Davis cup


Cartoon on Musharaf involvement
Cartoon on Musharaf involvement


Cartoon on 10 point agenda
Cartoon on 10 point agenda

Hasb-e-Haal 19th February 2011

Junaid Saleem with Sohail Ahmed and Najia in a latest and hilarious episode of Hasb-e-Haal from Dunya TV.

Khabar Nak - 19th February 2011

Aftab Iqbal with Sohail Waraich, Amanullah Khan, Sakhawat Naz & Seemab in a latest and hilarious episode of Khabarnak from Geo TV.

Front Line 19th February 2011

Kamran Shahid Presents a Exclusive episode of Front Line in Express News.

Hum Sab Umeed Say Hain 19th February 2011

Fresh episode of Geo TV?s hilarious political comedy show Hum Sab Umeed Say Hain.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Colonel Imam Murdered, Hakimullah Mehsud In Tehreek Taliban Pakistan Video Of Colonel Imam’s Killing


The video of Colonel Imam’s killing also showed TTP chief Hakimullah Mehsud.
KARACHI: The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) chief Hakimullah Mehsud appeared in a video obtained by DawnNews of the killing of former ISI official Sultan Amir Tarar alias Colonel Imam.
Colonel Imam had gone missing on March 25 last year along with another former ISI official, Khalid Khwaja, and a British journalist of Pakistan origin, Asad Qureshi, while they were going from Kohat to North Waziristan.
Sultan Amir Tarar was believed to have a key role in the growth of the Taliban movement in Afghanistan.
Earlier, on April 30, 2010, Khalid Khwaja was found dead near a stream in Karam Kot, about seven kilometres south of North Waziristan’s main town of Mirali. A note attached to his body said he was with the CIA and the ISI.
The disappearance of the three men had created ripples in the official circles because the purpose of their visit was not clear.

Pakistani newspapers cartoons on February 19 2011

Cartoon on Arab Ministers
Cartoon on Arab Ministers


Cartoon on Mass transit system
Cartoon on Mass transit system


Cartoon on restructuring in FBR
Cartoon on restructuring in FBR


Cartoon on PPP and PML(N)
Cartoon on PPP and PML(N)


Cartoon on PML(Q)and PML(N)
Cartoon on PML(Q)and PML(N)

News Beat 18th February 2011

Haroon Rasheed Analyst, Mian Mahmood President Lahore PTI, Zaeem Qadri PML-N and Uzma Bukhari PPP in fresh episode Of News Beat In Samaa Tv and Talk With Fareeha Adrees.

Hasb-e-Haal 18th February 2011

Junaid Saleem with Sohail Ahmed and Najia in a latest and hilarious episode of Hasb-e-Haal from Dunya TV.

News Night With Talat 18th February 2011

Syed Talat Hussain Presents a Fresh Episode Of News Night with Talat in Dawn News.

Aaj Kamran Khan Kay Saath 18th February 2011

Tasneem M. Noorani Former Federal Secretary of Interior, Senator Afrasiab Khattak ANP and Asad Umar Chairman pakistan bar Council in fresh episode of Aaj Kamran Khan Kay Saath in Geo TV & talk with Kamran khan.

50 Minute 18th February 2011

Ibtisam Elahi Zaheer, SahibZada Hamid Raza and Allama Muhammad Hussain Akbar in fresh episode of 50 Minute in Geo Tv and talk with Abdul Rauf.

Column on current national and international affairs by Daily-Nawaiwaqt

Column on current national and international affairs by Daily-Nawaiwaqt

Muzakrat Aur Indian Qiyadat Kay… Editorial By Express

Raymond Davis Ka Muamla… Editorial By Daily Jang

Arab Duniya Main Tabdili Al Qaeda Aur… By Saleem Saafi


Changes in Arab world, Al-Qaida and war on terror

West Nahi Koi Meri Safon Main By Haroon Ur Rashed


Abdul Rehman Abid a positive entry in literary circles

Raymond Davis Aur Attaul Haq Qasmi By Hamid Mir


Raymond Davis and Ata ul Haq Qasmi, Hamid Mir columns

Dono Surton Main Bhalai By Orya Maqbool Jan


Change always starts from a point, Orya Maqbool Jaan columns

Change always starts from a point, Orya Maqbool Jaan columns