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#226 [Permalink] Posted on 20th February 2019 19:19
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#227 [Permalink] Posted on 20th February 2019 19:52

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Calamity for People of Pakistan :lol

www.indiatoday.in/india/story/pulwama-mp-tomato-farmers-w...

Days after 40 CRPF personnel lost their lives in the Pulwama terror attack, tomato farmers in Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh have decided not to export their produce to Pakistan anymore.

The decision was taken by the farming community in order to mark their protest against the gruesome attack. At present, there are 5,000 farmers who have been engaged in tomato cultivation in the region.

Speaking to ANI, Ravindra Patidar, a farmer said, "We are farmers and we grow tomatoes. We also export tomatoes to Pakistan. And by eating our food, they are killing our soldiers. We now want Pakistan to get destroyed. We will also not let any other country sent tomatoes to Pakistan."

"We are no more concerned about the prices of tomato getting exported. If there will be no soldiers, how will survive. All the surplus money coming from export will go in vain," said one the big tomato cultivators Basanti Lal Patidar.

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath lauded the move by the farmers saying, "I salute the decision taken by the brothers of Jhabua District of not selling the tomatoes to Pakistan. I admire their patriotism."

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#228 [Permalink] Posted on 20th February 2019 19:57
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I advise others to delete as well. Don't endanger the lives of fellow Muslims.
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#229 [Permalink] Posted on 20th February 2019 20:02
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However, I appreciate this trait of theirs'. At least those farmers are doing whatever is in their power for whatever they believe to be right.
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#230 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2019 05:22
Patriotism should be appreciated,it is natural...

Nationalism is a curse,it makes one blind to one,s own weaknesses.It leaves logical thinking retarded.It leads to prejudice,hatred and leaves one imprisioned within the narrow boundaries of one,s own restricted thinking.Nationalism makes one self centred,illogical and territorial.....

Politicians take advantage of such emotional fervency to advance their own agenda,and they usually succeed in it.In human history two things are exploited most,religion and nationalism,both knows no limits.....

When 'aqeedat' becomes more dominant over ' aqeeda',it leads to personality worship and when nationalism takes over patriotism it leads to the destruction of human values.

Nationalism kills normal human instincts of kindness,love and affection for fellow human beings.One keep restricting the vastness of one,s mind (forexample) from the world to Asia to subcontinent to India or Pakistan to the province to district and ends up on 'self'.Nationalism ultimately makes one 'selfish'...

What a bad thing that can happen to human mind....
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#231 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2019 11:10
India needs to stop exporting Bollywood to Pakistan. That will bring Pakistan to their knees.
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#232 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2019 14:25
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That will go against their interests and will prove to be detrimental because in that case Pakistanis will get liberated and might spend their time in something useful.
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#233 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2019 16:38
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I've heard that Indian movies are liked more than Pakistani movies...?
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#234 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2019 17:17

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Pornography is the most popular in Pakistan just like India

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#235 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2019 17:34
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Ofcourse, because Pakistani film industry is not that advanced but PTI Government has assured to promote it and promised that they will open thousand cinemas across the country. This is how they will form Madina state.
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#236 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2019 19:37
We don't need any movie industry. Our politicians are quite profound in dancing, music and acting. They are a great source of entertainment already.
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#237 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2019 20:16

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Moulana Masood Azhar breaks silence over Pulwama Attack, message for Indian PM Modi too

timesofislamabad.com/21-Feb-2019/moulana-masood-azhar-bre...

*SRINAGAR(PTK):*Following the attack in Pulwama, Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Maulana Masood Azhar has released a new audio which is viral on social media.

In the latest audio which is also telecast by different News channel, Masood Azhar has denied any hand in the Pulwama attack.

He claimed that he had never met the militant Adil Ahmed Dar.

In this audio released on Thursday, Masood Azhar said that the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, will suffer losses in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections by the Pulwama attack.

He also said that he does not want to push Pakistan into any kind of war. The audio also says that China will always support Pakistan, so there is no need to panic. He said that Narendra Modi has completely failed in Kashmir.

In the audio, Masood Azhar said, "Give me as much as I want, but say nothing against Adil Ahmed, the fight for freedom in Kashmir has been standing on his feet. There is no need of foreign power there. "

He refused to have any connection with Adil in this audio

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#238 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2019 03:37
I figured. This had all the indications of a false flag attack designed to stir up the Indians into voting for the anti-Pakistan party again into power.
One of their own generals admitted that carrying that much amount of explosives across the border was not possible, and yet the general population is falling for the anti-Pakistan rhetoric.

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#239 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2019 04:51
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Every time I hear a conspiracy theory, every time I hear the phrase false-flag-attack I cringe. This completely thwarts and neutralizes my attempts to make sense of the reality around us, the reality that happens to be unpleasant in the extreme to my chagrin.

My solution to this state of affairs is that we Muslims must muster courage to accept the unpleasant reality. Me and you might not have contributed much to this deterioration of our environment but our elders certainly did - at least by either ignoring the sign of rot or by not doing enough to contain it.

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#240 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2019 06:05
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What point are you trying to make here? If this was not a false-flag attack then at least I don't consider it to be an ugly reality. These were active soldiers who were killed. Soldiers who were probably on their way to commit more atrocities against innocent Muslims or already had done so in the past. These were not innocent civilians who were killed. So I don't have any sympathy to spare for them.
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