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#451 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 08:43
When the Jews want war, they never send their own men out in the battlefield. They use their ideological slaves to do the dirty work for them. In the Middle East those slaves are the christian Americans and Europeans and in the subcontinent those slaves are the mushrik Hindus. Israel is desperate for a war right now. So these attempts will continue.
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#452 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 09:08
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Agreed !

It is not ‘over’ yet...

Modi can’t go for his elections and win it too while apparently Pakistan has upper hand (at least at the moment)...

So Modi will not ‘rest in peace’ until he has something to show to his voters,hence hostilities will continue:(
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#453 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 09:48
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#454 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 10:15

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Modi will most likely win the elections because the opposition is in disarray and there is no viable candidate, unless something major or drastic happens, Modi WILL BE the next PM of India (may be with a reduced number of seats) but the writing is on the wall.

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Don’t pay attention to pockets of "sane Indian Media", Modi has it in the bag.

It can change between now and elections.

 
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#455 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 10:22
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Yes,fascists are always popular :)

People (myself included)are sentimental fools,they go with emotional patriotic slogans.Even Hitler was 'elected'...
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#456 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 11:04

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  1. Adolf Hitler
  2. Benito Amilcare Andrea Mussolini
  3. Milan Stojadinović
  4. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
  5. Narendra Damodardas Modi
  6. Aung San Suu Kyi
  7. Donald John Trump
Modi will get re-relected unless something major happens...
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#457 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 19:36
Pakistan navy says it stopped Indian sub from entering its waters

France 24

5 March 2019 10:33

Karachi (AFP)

Pakistan has stopped an Indian submarine from entering its waters, the navy said Tuesday, as tensions continue to run high between the nuclear-armed foes.

The development came days after a rare aerial dogfight between India and Pakistan over the disputed territory of Kashmir ignited fears of an all-out conflict, with world powers rushing to urge restraint.

"The Pakistan navy stopped an Indian submarine from entering our territorial waters," a naval spokesman said in a statement.

He said "the Indian submarine was not targeted in line with the government's policy of maintaining peace".

It was the first such incident since 2016, when Pakistan said it had "pushed" an Indian submarine away from Pakistani waters.

The spokesman did not give further details, including when or where the submarine was detected. It was also not clear if they meant the 12 nautical mile (22 kilometre) territorial waters limit or the broader 200 nautical mile (370 kilometre) exclusive economic zone.

The navy also released what it said was video of the submarine, with the grainy black and white footage showing only what appeared to be a periscope above water. The timestamp on the video clip shows it began at 8.35 pm on Monday.

There was no immediate comment from Indian officials.

In recent days the nuclear-armed Asian countries have come closer to conflict than in years, after a suicide bombing in Indian-administered Kashmir killed 40 Indian paramilitaries.

A militant group based in Pakistan claimed responsibility for the February 14 blast, and 12 days later Indian jets bombed what New Delhi called a terrorist training camp deep inside Pakistan.

Pakistan has denied any damage or casualties, and independent reporting has shown that the strikes hit a heavily forested area with little in the way of infrastructure nearby. Residents have said just one person was injured.

The next day Pakistani aircraft entered Indian airspace and the two nations' jets engaged in aerial dogfights, with at least one Indian aircraft shot down and its pilot captured by Pakistan.

The pilot was handed back to India last Friday in what Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan called a "peace gesture".

Both sides also claimed a second plane had been shot down, but they have disputed whose plane it was and what happened to the pilot.

Pakistani and Indian soldiers have continued to fire artillery and mortars over the Line of Control, the de-facto border dividing Kashmir, in the days since, killing several civilians on both sides.

Unverified reports in Indian media Monday said that a Pakistani military drone which strayed over the border had been shot down.

Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in 1947. Both claim the Himalayan territory in full and have fought two wars over it.

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#458 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 20:21
Pakistani minister forced to resign after calling Hindus ‘cow urine-drinking people’

Russia Today

5 March 2019 18:31

A regional Pakistani minister was forced to resign after a video of him delivering rude and derogatory remarks against Hindus surfaced online – causing fellow politicians to promptly ostracize the “embarrassing” speaker.

The offensive video of Fayyaz ul Hassan Chohan, now an ex-Punjab Information Minister, went viral on Monday – and it took a single day to cause the official’s downfall.

The clip shows Chohan calling Hindus “cow urine-drinking people” and “idol-worshippers” while he spoke at an event in Lahore in late February.

The offensive remarks drew the ire of Pakistan’s Hindu community and have been blasted by Chohan’s fellow politicians, who slammed them as “appalling” and “embarrassing.” The derogatory remarks have caught the eye of the Pakistani PM Imran Khan, who was also “displeased” by Chohan's behavior.

“The derogatory and insulting remarks against the Hindu community by Fayyaz Chohan the Punjab Info Minister demand strict action. PTI govt will not tolerate this nonsense from a senior member of the govt or from anyone. Action will be taken after consulting the Chief Minister,” the prime minister's special assistant on political affairs wrote on Twitter.

Chohan apologized for the remarks, downplaying them and claiming that they “only” targeted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian Army, not the Pakistani Hindu community. The apology apparently did not help, as he ultimately resigned on Tuesday.
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#459 [Permalink] Posted on 5th March 2019 20:31
Pakistan arrests key suspects over attack in Indian Kashmir

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5 March 2019 14:06

In an image made from video taken on March 4, 2019, and released on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, by the Pakistan Military, shows what they claim is an Indian submarine approaching its territorial waters in the Arabian Sea. Pakistan's navy says the submarine was not targeted, "keeping in view Pakistan's policy of peace" under which Islamabad wants to de-escalate tensions with New Delhi. (Pakistan Military via AP)



ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan's Interior Ministry said Tuesday that authorities arrested dozens of suspects in the wake of last month's suicide bombing in Indian-controlled Kashmir that killed 40 Indian troops, including the brother of the leader of the outlawed Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group.

The arrests were apparently aimed at easing tensions between Pakistan and India that escalated after the Feb. 14 suicide attack.

In Tuesday's statement, the ministry said authorities arrested 44 suspects, including at least two prominent members of the outlawed militant group, which claimed responsibility for the attack that pushed the neighboring countries close to an all-out war over contested Kashmir last week. Among those arrested was Mufti Abdul Rauf, the brother of the group's leader, Masood Azhar.

According to the ministry, Rauf was among a list of suspects in a file on last month's bombing that India gave to Pakistan over the weekend through diplomatic channels, urging Islamabad to take action against suspects linked to the killing of its soldiers in the region, which is split between Pakistan and India and is claimed by both in its entirety.

Also detained was Hammad Azhar, the brother-in-law of Masood Azhar.

At a news conference Pakistan Interior Secretary Azam Suleman Khan said Pakistan will take further action against suspects linked to the attack in Indian Kashmir if New Delhi provides additional evidence to Islamabad.

"So far India has not given evidence," he said. "We received only some names" in connection with the suicide attack. He said the 44 suspects detained across the country belonged to a number of groups, not just Jaish-e-Mohammad.

Tuesday's arrests were announced hours after Pakistan's navy claimed that it spotted and warned an Indian submarine approaching its territorial waters in the Arabian Sea not to attempt an incursion.

The navy said in a statement that the Indian submarine wasn't targeted, "keeping in view Pakistan's policy of peace" under which Islamabad wants to de-escalate tensions with New Delhi.

A navy official said the warning was "communicated" to the submarine during Monday's encounter. The submarine then moved away.

The official didn't elaborate and spoke on condition of anonymity to talk to reporters.

In India, a spokesman for the navy, Capt. D.K. Sharma, said on Twitter that the navy "remains deployed as necessary to protect National Maritime Interests." Over the past several days we have witnessed Pakistan indulging in false propaganda and spread of misinformation," he said.

Still, an uneasy calm prevailed Tuesday along the Line of Control, which divides Kashmir between Pakistan and India, and which saw an intense exchange of fire between the two nuclear-armed rivals last week, killing several people and at least two Pakistani soldiers.

Tension between Pakistan and India increased last week when New Delhi launched a retaliatory strike in the northwestern town of Balakot, saying its air force hit a terrorist training camp and killed "a very large number" of militants. Pakistan said the strike only damaged three trees in a forest.

However, Islamabad responded by shooting down two Indian warplanes and capturing a pilot, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, who was returned to India at the Wagah border near the eastern city of Lahore as a peace gesture.

Since then, the two sides have exercised restraint amid calls from the international community for avoiding war.
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#460 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2019 08:48
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What you are failing to notice is that that the downfall of India will be at the hands of the Army of Mahdi (AS) and Isa (AS) and not (state of) Pakistan.

Brother Muadh, can you please cite evidences from the hadith regarding this i.e. Muslim Army fighting in ghazwa-e-Hind will be under the command of Imam Mahdi (A.S) and/or Hazrat Isa (A.S)?

jazak Allah.
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#461 [Permalink] Posted on 6th March 2019 18:44
Saudi, UAE blocked Pakistan issuing statement rebuking India over Kashmir

Middle East Monitor

6 March 2019

Kashmiri villagers walk past the debris of a house which was damaged by Indian forces in Kashmir on 5 March 2019 [Faisal Khan/Anadolu Agency]

The invitation of India to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Abu Dhabi took many by surprise. While it has long been demanding observer status in the OIC, few expected the Hindu majority state to be invited as guest of honour, especially this year with escalation of its long running feud with Pakistan over Kashmir.

It now seems that New Delhi has profited more than it could have bargained for from joining the group thanks to Saudi Arabia and the UAE. According to Indian sources the Gulf states blocked Pakistan’s bid to issue a joint final statement criticising India over its Kashmir policy.

According to the Economic Times, the OIC had adopted separate resolutions on the Kashmir issue — terming it as the “core” dispute between India and Pakistan, however the final Abu Dhabi Declaration failed to mention any reference to the hotly contested issue. Sources cited in the report said that it was the UAE and Saudi Arabia who played a pivotal role in ensuring India was not criticised or embarrassed by a joint statement.

The UAE in particular is reported as having ensured that India attended the meeting despite Islamabad’s objections. The OIC and UAE then resisted demands to include Kashmir in the final draft, despite relentless efforts by Pakistan’s delegation.

Diplomatic sources have also reported that that Indian delegation attempted to eliminate the Kashmir dispute from the OIC conference. Indian diplomats in Abu Dhabi are said to have worked tirelessly to shape the opinion of the OIC in India’s favour.

India has described the invitation to the OIC as “a milestone in [our] comprehensive strategic partnership with the UAE”.

India will be eying full inclusion into the 57-member group. It’s received warm gestures from the UAE since the Forty-Sixth Session of the council of Member states concluded over the weekend. “We can embrace India in the OIC,” the UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, said at a press conference. “I know we are not there yet for obvious reasons,” he added while stating that the OIC sent a very “clear and positive” message to India.

“The OIC appreciates relationship with India and looks forward to strengthen the ties with India,” he added.
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#462 [Permalink] Posted on 7th March 2019 05:37
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#463 [Permalink] Posted on 7th March 2019 09:34
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As a gesture of thankfulness to OIC,a senior Indian extremist politician and ex BJP minister tweeted his unholy and disgusting tweet about Kaaba and OIC.

That is what happens when we leave the path of truth for material gains,and that is what we deserve when we try to appease mushrikeen :(
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#464 [Permalink] Posted on 7th March 2019 11:43
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This hadith was narrated by the great Sahaabi Thawbaan (may Allah be pleased with him), who narrated that the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said:

“Three will fight one another for your treasure, each one of them the son of a caliph, but none of them will gain it. Then the black banners will come from the east, and they will kill you in an unprecedented manner.” Then he mentioned something that I do not remember, then he said: “When you see him, then pledge your allegiance to him even if you have to crawl over the snow, for that is the caliph of Allah, the Mahdi.

Narrated by Ibn Maajah in as-Sunan (no. 4084); al-Bazzaar in al-Musnad (2/120); ar-Rooyaani (no. 619); al-Haakim in al-Mustadrak (4/510) – and via him by al-Bayhaqi in Dalaa’il an-Nubuwwah (6/515).

narrated by Hazrat Kaab (r.a) states as follow:
A King of Jerusalem (Bait-ul-Muqaddas) would make troops move forward towards India. The warriors would destroy the land of Hind; would possess its treasures, then King would use those treasures for the décor of Jerusalem. That troops would bring the Indian kings in front of King (of Jerusalem). His warriors by King’s order would conquer all the area between East & West. And would stay in India till the issue of Dajjal”.

This above quoted hadith is also not included in ‘Sehah Sitta’ though Naeem bin Hammad(r.a), the teacher of Imam Bukhari(r.a) did narrate this hadith in his book ‘Kitab- ul-Fitan’.

The fifth hadith, relating to Ghazwa e Hind, and narrated by Hazrat Safwan (r.a) states as below:

“Some people of my Ummah will fight India, Allah would grant them success, even they would find the Indian kings being trapped in fetters. Allah would forgive those warriors. When they would move towards Syria, then would find Isa Ibn-e-Maryam(A.S.) over there”.

"When the black flags come from Khorasan go to them,even if you have to crawl on snow, for among them is the Khalifa of Allah, the Mahdi"

— Abd al-‘Alim in al-Mahdi al-Muntazar [
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#465 [Permalink] Posted on 7th March 2019 12:36
Can anybody assist me in,”Why Israil helped India in their failed attempt to attack Pakistan”?Who is the ‘third partner’ in this unholy alliance,the name of whom Pakistan is keeping secret,but at the same time hinting at it,it’s foreign minister tells a reporter:”I can whisper the name in your ear,if you want”?
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