KABUL: Pakistan will consider freeing former Afghan Taliban second-in-command, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, if current releases of lower level members help to advance peace efforts, officials from both countries told Reuters on Thursday.
“After releasing 13 Taliban, Pakistan promised to free Mullah Baradar if these releases prove effective in peace negotiations,” said a senior Afghan official close to talks between Islamabad and Kabul.
Afghanistan has been pushing Pakistan to release Afghan Taliban captives who could provide leverage in any peace talks.
Pakistan has released mid-level Taliban prisoners over the last two days.
But Pakistan is under growing pressure to free senior Taliban figures like Baradar, as most Nato combat troops pull out by the end of 2014.
Afghan officials believe he may command enough respect to persuade the Taliban to engage in talks with the Kabul government.
Asked if Baradar would also be freed, a senior Pakistani foreign ministry official said that could happen if the release of the mid-level Taliban figures “produced results”.
GAZA CITY: Militants defied a major Israeli bombing campaign across Gaza on Thursday, firing off volleys of rockets which killed three Israelis and sparked panic in Tel Aviv.
As Palestinian deaths from relentless air strikes on Gaza mounted, Defence Minister Ehud Barak gave the go-ahead for 30,000 reservists to be called up and the military said it was “in the process of expanding the campaign.”
Egypt, meanwhile, announced that Prime Minister Hisham Qandil would visit Gaza on Friday to express his country’s solidarity with the Hamas-ruled strip, as Washington urged Cairo to use its influence to try to halt the violence.
But Gaza’s ruling Hamas movement remained defiant, ruling out any talk of a truce even as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned he was ready to “significantly expand” the campaign against the territory.
“In the past 24 hours, Israel has made it clear that it will not tolerate rocket and missile attacks on its civilians. I hope that Hamas and the other terror organisations in Gaza got the message,” he said, as Gaza medics reported 15 Palestinians killed in two days of air raids.
“If not, Israel is prepared to take whatever action is necessary to defend our people.”
Soon after he spoke, a rocket hit the sea just south of Tel Aviv, an AFP correspondent at the scene said, the farthest that a rocket from Gaza had ever landed inside Israel.
The attack sparked panic in Tel Aviv, with television images showing people lying on the ground outside the defence ministry, their hands over their heads as sirens wailed.
In a televised news conference shortly after the sirens sounded, the military’s official spokesman said that no rocket had “hit the ground.”Israeli news networks said it was the first time rockets had been fired at the city since the 1991 Gulf War, when it was hit by Iraqi Scud missiles.
The armed wing of the radical Islamic Jihad quickly claimed it had fired an Iranian-made Fajr 5 rocket at the sprawling coastal city in central Israel.
The army’s official spokesman warned that the military was expanding its campaign.
“The defence minister approved a few minutes ago, based on the army’s request, the recruitment of another 30,000 soldiers. We will determine how many of them will be called in,” Brigadier General Yoav Mordechai told Channel 2 television.
“All options are on the table.” Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri insisted the Islamist movement was not interested by talk of a truce.
“We consider talk of a truce at this time an attempt to provide more cover for the continuation of the escalation,” he told a news conference.
Israel’s biggest military campaign against Gaza in nearly four years began on Wednesday with the targeted killing of top Hamas commander Ahmed Jaabari, triggering a major flare-up in and around the tiny enclave which is home to 1.6 million Palestinians.
The violence, which erupted as Israel heads towards a January general election, sparked expressions of deep concern internationally and prompted an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council.
Since the start of Operation Pillar of Defence, the military said it had carried out more than 150 air strikes as armed groups fired more than 200 rockets at southern Israel.
So far, 15 people have been killed in Gaza, among them seven militants and three children, a woman and two elderly men, and 150 people have been injured in scores of Israeli strikes, medics and health ministry officials said.
And in the southern Israeli town of Kiryat Malachi, police said two men and a woman were killed when a rocket hit their home, and that another 19 people had been injured in various areas, among them three soldiers.
The Israeli operation prompted an outpouring of anger across the Arab and Muslim world, with Tehran accusing the Jewish state of “organised terrorism” and Qatar’s premier saying the strikes “must not pass unpunished.”
Egypt’s Islamist administration, which has close ties with Hamas, immediately recalled its ambassador in protest, but in a surprise development, announced that Qandil would would visit Gaza with a number of ministers on Friday.
US deputy State Department spokesman Mark Toner said Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had spoken with her Egyptian counterpart.
“We ask Egypt to use its influence in the region to help de-escalate the situation,” he said.
ISLAMABAD: Central leader of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Senator Mian Raza Rabbani on Thursday said that efforts were made to create conflict between different institutions, but due to effective conciliatory policies of the government these did not work.
Rabbani also said the Balochistan issue has become very serious and requires crucial decisions.
The PPP senator was taking part on a motion in the Senate regarding law and order situation in the country with particular reference to target killings and sectarian violence in Balochistan, Karachi and Gilgit-Baltistan.
He said the issue of missing persons in Balochistan is becoming a main hurdle in the way of solving the issue.
Rabbani presented an eight points before the house to address the Karachi issue. He said these include creating consensus with the participation of all stakeholders against groups or individuals involved in terrorism.
He suggested establishing committees of stakeholders regarding law and order at the provincial assembly level, increasing coordination between inter and intra-provincial intelligence agencies, denying release of perpetrators of terrorism from police stations. He also proposed stopping of postings of SHOs on recommendations, provision of cell phone tracking facility to law enforcing agencies in Sindh, making the role of CPLC active and installation and repair of CCTV cameras at sensitive locations.
Interior Minister Rehman Malik, taking part in the discussion, said there have been persistent attacks from the media and the opposition that the government is not taking enough steps, which was a wrong perception.
He requested for an in-camera briefing to inform the senators of the arrests and progress made so far in order to curb the terrorism.
Malik said Karachi is a multi-ethnic city and it is not the first time that the city is being faced with a wave of violence.
Lahore: A man shot at a website and then turned the gun on his avatar that he was using on the site’s discussion forum.
Police said the man, 26-year-old, Arif Hamid, is a resident of DHA Lahore who was incensed by the website, accusing it of running content that was against his faith. The man was arrested while his avatar’s body was sent for post-mortem.
The website, ‘Let Us Body-Build Pakistan,’ was unhurt, but the laptop that the man was using was badly mutilated.
However, PML-N leader and Chief Minister of Punjab, Mian Shahbaz Sharif, promised to gift a free laptop to the man. The gesture is a part of his party’s on-going scheme to hand out laptops to angry young men with a penchant to create world records for singing the Pakistani national anthem while doing a thousand cartwheels in less than a minute. This is something that Sharif believes will be beneficial to the country’s struggling economy.
After Arif Hamid was arrested and taken to a police station, he was allowed to speak to a group of reporters. Talking to them while holding a broken computer mouse in his hand, Hamid said: ‘Oh these fools Jew peoples insult holy men and child of true faith on Friday after Friday sometimes Saturday morning playing with emotion of true faithfuls liberal fascist US servants Kill Bill PTI Tsunami change bringing coming Zindabad …!’
After hearing this, Shahbaz Sharif cancelled his order of giving the man the free laptop and ordered the Punjab police to start criminal proceedings against him. He added that if the need arises, the man should be hanged from a lamppost.
‘Imran Khan’s PTI is the country’s biggest terrorist organisation and most corrupt party,’ Sharif told media personnel while watching hundreds of young Pakistanis create a world record by making the world’s biggest hairpiece that will be placed on the head of Mr. Sharif’s 70-ft statue at his Raiwind home.
Meanwhile, the owner of the website, Mr. Nick Anonymous, a Pakistani Buddhist living in Rangoon, Burma, blamed anti-Buddhist journalists and outfits for using Arif Hameed as a proxy to proximate promiscuous patriotic pomposity against Pakistani Buddhists.
Talking to this reporter from Rangoon, Mr. Nick Anonymous (his real name) said: ‘Our site might have been shot at, but our spirit to expose anti-Buddhist terrorism of the proximate promiscuous pompous patriot proxies will continue.’
On the other hand, while responding to Shahbaz Sharif’s statement, PTI chief, Imran Khan, commented that Arif Hamid’s avatar might be gone, but there is a tsunami of avatars and nicks still out there ready to change the fate and face of Pakistan.
‘They are all over,’ Mr. Khan’s statement said. ‘They are called trolls and all kinds of obnoxious and abusive things by corrupt politicians and liberal scum, but they’ve shown great restrain by not stooping down to the level of their accusers.’
Charged and inspired by Khan’s statement, his supporters responded by making #DeathToSlimyLiberalPigs trend heavily on Twitter.
Till the filing of this report, Arif Hamid had been refused bail but his avatar was buried on the internet by PTI supporters on CelebrityGraves.Com between the virtual graves of American rock star, Jim Morrison, and the grave of an innocent Islamist militant killed in an American drone attack.
Expressing his satisfaction, Arif Hamid thanked his supporters and tweeted (from behind bars): ‘Oh you thank you Muslim ummah Jim Bhai hates Jew drones avatar rest in piece with Muslim mujahid tsunami coming DeathToSlimyLiberalPigs …’
Pakistan to launch its own video-content site to counter YouTube
Islamabad: On Tuesday November 13, Interior Minister, Rehman Malik, announced the launch of Pakistan’s own video-content website.
At a launch ceremony held at a local hotel in Islamabad, and also attended by the chief of Jamat-i-Islami (JI) Munwar Hassan, head of the Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUI), Maullana Fazalur Rehman, and the youth wings of Imran Khan’s PTI and PML-N, Rehman told the gathering that the site was launched to counter the anti-Muslim hate content on YouTube and against those who were uploading such content.
Rehman said the Pakistani site is going to be called YouB***tards and will be squarely used to counter those who were bent upon insulting Muslims on YouTube.
Much of the funding for the project has come from Pakistani workers living in oil-rich Arab countries, but Rehman informed reporters that funding for the project was also raised by all those brave Pakistanis who demolished cinemas, shops and banks and looted ATM machines during the recent protests against an anti-Islam film on YouTube.
‘Much of the looted ATM money and chairs from Bambino and Nishat cinemas were donated to the project,’ Rehman happily added.
‘We politicians may differ on various trivial issues like terrorism, economy and crime, but here we are all on the same page,’ he said.
He further added that he had even invited some Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) leaders to the launch ceremony but they wanted to give YouB***tards an explosive start by coming to the launch in a truck rigged with explosives and with men wrapped in dynamite. He said some firecrackers and flag burnings would have sufficed.
Rehman also screened the first video to be uploaded on YouB***tards. It shows JI and JUI supporters making a bonfire of books written by such atheists as Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, Bertrand Russell, Richard Dawkins, Stephen Hawking, Christopher Hitchens and SpongeBob SquarePants.
When asked why other leaders from his party, the PPP, weren’t present at the ceremony, Rehman said most of them were at the premier of the new James Bond film, Sky Fall. ‘But they are all here in spirit,’ he explained.
He then read President Zardari’s message written specially for the occasion: ‘Dear democratic, liberal and moderate Pakistanis, YouB***tards khapey, khapey, khapey!’
YouB***tards will go online from 1 January, 2013 and will be operated from a specially built bunker in Islamabad by two of Pakistan’s most brilliant intellectuals, Zaid Rambo Hamid and Oreo Maqbool Biscuit.
TV anchor loses mind trying to figure out Karachi violence
Karachi: Famous TV anchor and analyst, Yaqoob Bajwa, is said to have had a nervous breakdown live on TV while trying to explain the recent conflict and worsening law and order situation in Karachi.
On his show, ‘Fire Off’, Yaqoob was discussing the situation of Karachi with some members of the PPP, MQM and ANP. But when he also called in (via telephone) leaders of Sunni Tehreek (ST), Sipah Sahaba (SSP), JI, Peoples Aman Commity (PAC) and the maker’s of Karachi’s famous ‘Slims Chilli Chips’, he began to pull out his hair and shout obscenities at the guests.
Most people thought he was doing this just to boost the ratings of his show, until his eyes went wild, his hair stood up, his moustache dropped and he began to talk to himself.
The following are some of the things the anchor was heard saying : ‘So, MQM is up against ANP but both are against the Taliban, as well as against the ST that is against the Taliban who are supporting SSP that is against MQM, ANP and ST but okay with JI and PAC that is associated with the PPP that is in a coalition with MQM and ANP that is against Taliban, SSP and ST that are against Shias who are against SSP and ST and sometimes Haqiqi and ANP and all of these have armed wings that are fighting each another and also among themselves and against the police and the Rangers and the ISI up against MQM that is up against ANP but both are against the Taliban as well as against the ST that is against the Taliban who are supporting SSP that is against MQM, ANP and ST but okay with JI and PAC that is associated with the PPP that is in a coalition with MQM and ANP that is against the Taliban, SSP and ST that are against Shias who are against SSP and ST … and then there is the case of Slims Chilli Chips, what the hell are Slims Chilli Chips doing here, can anybody tell me, anyone, anybody, please tell me, please, please, PLEASE …?’
The show that was being telecasted live was suddenly taken off the air when Yaqoob, 44, began to tear off his clothes and started to jiggle his chest and stomach.
Yaqoob Bajwa minutes before he was taken off the air.
Before becoming a popular TV anchor, Yaqoob was a wrestler in the Punjab city of Sahiwal. Six years ago he was given the job of a TV anchor by a news channel after he completed a 4-hour-training course in shouting for the heck of it by TV anchor, Jasmine Namazoor, and a 2-hour-training by another famous TV anchor, Kamran Cylinder Khan, in blurting out an average of 7,200 words per minute!
Most of Yaqoob’s shows were about diabolic conspiracies behind earthquakes, hurricanes and mosquito infestations, and about jotting down dates and days when he predicted the government would fall.
But recently he was asked by his TV channel to do a show on Karachi, in spite of the fact that the last time Yaqoob visited Karachi was 40 years ago as a young boy who came to Karachi with his parents to attend his maternal uncle’s valima.
The journalistic community has protested against the treatment fretted out to Yaqoob by his employers and termed it as a conspiracy by those who were against journalists willing to openly report about the events in Karachi.
Journalist-preacher-philosopher-whiner, Sangsar Abbasi, criticised Yaqoob’s employers, saying that they had used a non-Sharia complaint way to dismiss an employee: ‘This action will certainly arouse the wrath of God,’ Sangsar said in all seriousness. After watching the tragic footage of Yaqoob jiggling his chest, Sangsar warned that soon Karachi will be hit by a Sandy-like hurricane called Hurricane Booby.
After getting some treatment at a local hospital, Yaqoob is reported to have gone back to his hometown and was not available on his phone – even though he did leave a tweet on his Twitter account: ‘Thanks for ur concern, dear fans and fraands. But mark my words: Root cause of all violence in Karachi lies in the questionable quantities of the salt in Slims Chilli Chips.’
Sweeper becomes millionaire by getting paid by thousands of smokers to let them smoke in the bathroom of a non-smoking airport
Karachi: Rajab Manan, a sweeper at Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport, is reported to have become a millionaire by getting paid by thousands of smokers in the bathrooms of the non-smoking airport.
Rajab at the reception held in his honour.
This was proudly announced by Interior Minister, Rehman Malik, at a reception hosted to honour Rajab’s entrepreneurial skills.
Though this government has been lax and largely incompetent in addressing issues like terrorism, unemployment, illiteracy, crime, overpopulation, sectarianism and social and political instability, it has been extra vigilant and persistent in imposing a blanket ban on smoking in all of the country’s airports.
Rehman proudly reminded the media that Pakistani airports are the only airports in the world that do not have any designated smoking areas at all.
When a reporter pointed out that this was actually promoting corruption in which smokers were paying bribes to sweepers and sweepers accepting them, Malik accused the reporter of being an agent of foreign tobacco companies.
‘Why are you looking at the negative side?’ He asked the reporter. ‘Look what economic opportunities this ban has created for poor people like Rajab.’
Malik then invited Rajab to come up on stage and relate his rags-to-riches story in his own words.
‘Fusst of all, I want to thank this great poor-friendly government and its Ministers for creating opportunities for poor men like me to become rich men like them,’ Rajab said (in Urdu).
Guests at the reception.
He continued: ‘Had this smoking ban not been imposed so rigorously by this great government, people like me would have remained desperate and poor and cleaning other peoples stuff in airport bathrooms.’
He said that he was against smoking and he didn’t smoke, but he does enjoy to show-off the cigars he just bought after watching another rich man Sheikh Rashid (aka Sheeda Tully) on TV: ‘Although Tully Saab is not part of this great and glorious anti-smoking government, I like the way he smokes his cigar. Makes him look very rich. Sort of like me.’
Rajab said that he has advised the government to use his example to make cigarette manufacturers of Pakistan to slightly alter the health warnings on their packs. He informed the media that the government has in fact agreed to heed his advice.
According to Pakistan’s health ministry, from now on the following label will begin to appear on Pakistani cigarette packs: ‘WARNING: Smoking is injurious to health and can create numerous health-related complications; but if you are a sweeper at a Pakistani airport, letting others smoke can actually make you very rich, very quickly – Ministry of Health … and Rajab.’
But not everyone at the reception was happy about Rajab’s good fortune. A young man in his 20s angrily stood up and interrupted Rajab’s speech by shouting: ‘‘Oh Rajab fool Jew insult proud Pakistani men and child of true faith on Friday after Friday in airport latrine sometimes smoking day after day morning, evening night playing with emotion of true Pakistani pride bride liberal fascist US servants Kill Bill PTI Tsunami change bringing coming Zindabad DeathToSlimySmokingPigs …!’
It seems that the serious inconvenience caused by the protector of the people and ace terror fighter, interior minister Mr. Rehman Malik, who has made it a habit to suspend cell phone services at the drop of a hat, may come to an end soon by way of a new mobile courier company called “Bhangra” that was launched today in Karachi.
Bhangra Mobile – dance to a different tune! –Picture courtesy Wikicommons
The launch was held at the Quetta Darbar Dervish Hotel in Gizri Bazar of Defence Phase 4. The parent company of Bhangra is a fully Pakistan based conglomerate the Dhaba Group of Companies.
Announcing the launch, Mr. M.A. Doodh Patti Wala, CEO, CFO and Chairman of the board, emphasised that the new product will be the first fully indigenous mobile courier system. “The system will be using technology that we have had in the sub-continent for hundreds of years: Pigeons!”
Taking a shot at a competitor that uses a foreign music form as their trademark, he declared, “Our system truly apna hey, jassey Bhangra apna hey!” Mr. Doodh Patti Wala thanked the terrorists and Mr. Rehman Malik for providing the inspiration for Bhangra. “You see, the current mobile systems are closed down on all important occasions causing immense problems to the public. This is the where Bhangra comes in. Messages will be relayed via trained pigeons (kabooters). Customer will be able to send a message by walking into any dhaba displaying the following sign. A team of courier pigeons will be available at all participating dhabas.”
-Photo by Vaqar Ahmed
The CEO also explained that very attractive special packages will be offered. For example the “Romance Package” will allow 10 messages to the same recipient for the price of five messages. The package will include a pre-written romantic message that the customer can pick out from a catalogue. For a small additional charge, the pigeon will drop flower petals on the recipient.
Mr. Doodh Patti Wala said that his projections indicate that given the deteriorating security situation in the country the current mobile systems will soon be shut at least 25 per cent of the time. Encouraging investors to buy the stocks in the new company, Mr. D.P. Walla said, “Our company is in a win-win situation: more violence, more sales!” Answering a question on the environmental problem due to pigeon dropping, Mr. Wala stated that special re-usable nappies are being designed in collaboration with the world-renowned nappy makers, Pooper and Gamble to contain the droppings.
The General Manager marketing Mr. S. A. Kabooter announced that Bhangra will be the official sponsor of the National Kabbadi Championship and the sponsored drink will be lassi. Replying to a query on the recruitment and training of the pigeons, Mr. Kabooter replied that the couriers have already been hired from the sufi saint mazars where thousands of pigeon come everyday to eat the grain showered by the devotees. For training, the pigeons are being taught to read Google maps. The beak of the pigeon is placed first on the message pickup point on the Google map and then at the delivery point. This will allow the pigeon to look at the route to get to the destination.
Kabooter recruitment center, Misri Shah Shrine, Karachi –Photo by Vaqar Ahmed
A defense establishment expert also spoke on the occasion, and highlighted the usefulness of the technology for national security. “Essentially, this is stealth technology. The pigeon carrying a secret message will be impossible to track since there are thousands of pigeons flying around in the air space. And if, by chance, a courier is shot down it is no great loss since pigeons breed, well, like pigeons!”
Kabooters leaving on a training mission. –Photo by Vaqar Ahmed
The launch came to an end with a spirited Bhangra performance by a team of pigeons over a cup of hot doodh patti and sweet jalebi. The only low point to an otherwise successful launch was that the pigeon droppings of the performing artists could not be contained by the locally manufactured nappies and caused some unpleasantness. Mr. D.P. Walla himself had a large white blob on his head that he cheerfully wiped off with his jacket sleeve, remarking, “All for a good cause!”
Stocks for Bhangra (KSE stock code “Bhang”) closed at Rs. 100 after being launched at Rs. 10.
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ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said Thursday that the Supreme Court reserved the judicial authority to take notice of any issue, DawnNews reported.
Addressing a full court session, Chief Justice Iftikhar said no institution in the country had the right to interfere in another institution’s domain. He said the judiciary was a role model for other state institutions.
The chief justice added that no institution, on its own, could establish good governance in the country.
He showed satisfaction over the pace with which cases were being concluded by the courts. He said people’s faith in the judiciary has been restored and people were consulting to the courts more than ever before.
He said the judges’ hard work was leading to better results for the country.
Chief Justice Iftikhar said he had sent recommendations to the federation to sort out the issue of shortage of judges in the country.
“I have not received any response although six months have passed since making the request,” he added.
The chief justice said he was receiving petitions from all over the country regarding human rights violations.
The hunting season has arrived in the tourist-deprived country. When migratory birds start arriving, the princes of the Arab world come to their favourite hunting spot, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, to fulfill their passion for hunting. We always imagine a young, charming personality when we think of a prince. But it is best if we don’t speak of these princes. They are as old as 70 years, biding their time until the king dies. Just like our generals remain generals unless they become presidents or chief executives.
Our country has countless hunting spots: deserts, forests, wildernesses, as well as large cities. But when seasons change, the winds become chilly and show signs of approaching winter, the migratory birds turn southwards. Then herds of innocent birds begin landing here while the sheikhs also begin to arrive with their entire caravans. Then the roads are full of the sheikhs’ caravans instead of those of the military.
This time we were surrounded by unseasonal rains and floods while we hear about the famine in Thar. The seasons are changing. No one knows when spring or autumn arrive anymore. But there is one season that stays the same all year round in our country: the hunting season. Some people spend the entire year hunting and arranging for others to hunt. Many are dependent on it for their contacts and even their futures. From the uniformed ones to the non-uniformed ones, all are guests at the hunting camps of the ever hospitable hosts. Be it Ayub, Yahya, Zia or Musharraf, all of them have been their guests and adorning one’s guest with an ajrak and a topi has always been a tradition.
Once the migratory birds arrive, the Arab princes leave their deserts to come and set camp on our deserts. By the way, our country prohibits hunting like it prohibits so many other things, but you know well the definition of prohibition used here. So, the Arab princes come here as the guests of the Foreign Ministry, while other hunting enthusiasts have to go to the wildlife department. Areas have been allotted across the country according to the princes’ respective temperaments and likings. God forbid if the Saudi prince’s area is given to the prince from Gulf, not only will the free oil go but there will be the princes’ resentment to endure. They already know how to keep leaders (whether in or out of the government) happy.
These migratory birds not only migrate to Pakistan but also to Afghanistan and Iran. But after 1970, when Iran wore the turban and Afghanistan was turned into a battlefield, our country became the only secure, cheap and profitable alternative for Arab princes. It is the country whose leaders can only be easily pleased by presents. Even if what the princes say in Arabic isn’t particularly “holy”, the faith of us poor believers is always enlivened when we hear the language.
-Illustration by Khuda Bux Abro
The wilderness, deserts and forests are all being decorated anew. If you wish to see a carnival in the jungle, this is your chance! You will see these hunting enthusiasts, the sheikhs with their huge armies, hunting experts and security guards. I had the opportunity to visit such a camp in Thar once where I was lucky enough to meet a sharpshooting expert. Nowadays, most sharpshooters are normally found in Karachi but the one I met was part of Sheikh Sahab’s entourage and hailed from Kerala – jobs can take us to places that are so different from each other. Now, most sheikhs have erected palaces in their favourite hunting spots. They have hired locals for their expertise in other kinds of arrangements too. Whatever is asked for is provided.
Incidentally, the coming of the hunting season before the election season is a good omen for those who aim to enjoy the luxuries of power without getting any votes. They have gained success in the past on the pretext of hunting. But this time, it seems like the elections will be held on time which is why the permits for hunting are being handed out. Those who hunt without permits are watching the judiciary and the uniforms and waiting, just in case there is some ray of hope somewhere.
-Illustration by Khuda Bux Abro
The birds are the rays of hope; unfortunately they are also the targets. Similarly, the entire world is in a state of migration without seasons being an excuse. The borders are drawn and redrawn not only on land but also in people’s hearts and minds. These migratory birds cannot be stopped by man-made borders. Neither do they think about the Arab princes who lie in wait for them along with their expert sharpshooters to shoot them down when they land. Yet, they still always come and get gunned down.
These “lovers” of the houbara bustard have already extinguished the species from their countries. The rest of the world has prohibited hunting them down, we too have signed a treaty; a treaty we are not bound to, like the many others. The Arabs are our friends who have always helped us in times of trouble, the least we can do for them is break the law. Such is the nature of our friendship. Whoever is in power or out of it remains incomplete without the Arabs’ “hand of compassion” over him.
Look at our Mian Sahab. He returned as a sheikh after 8-10 years. The only thing he doesn’t do is hunt but still possesses the same grandiloquence as an Arab prince. On one hand, there are floods occurring in Sindh due to unseasonal rains, whereas Mian Sahab is responsible for the other flood. Just think, PML-N’s advertisements are being published with “Jeay Sindh, Sada Jeay!”. I could hardly believe my eyes. Sindh has lived and will continue to live. But what has Mian Sahab gotten himself involved in? Here, everyone has left their principles and ideologies in the mud and are pledging allegiance to PML-F’s Pir Sahab, saying that a new star is going to rise in Sindh. Seems more like a new pir is to be brought in competition against the urban one.
Hunting spots across Pakistan have either become too small or too few to cater to the hunters’ needs. So now they have moved into Pakistan’s cities to satiate this need. They seem intent on turning our cities into new hunting grounds. The city whose streets used to be washed with water every evening before Pakistan was created is now being bathed in blood instead. This hunting season will last three months and I hope to God it really does end in three months. The migratory birds will leave and so will the Arab princes. But we refuse to let go of the hope that after the hunting season, the elections season will also come. One can only wait and wonder if this time, the hunter will become the hunted.
The moral order is out of order in the United States where cheating on a spouse can cost you your job; whereas causing the death of thousands of innocents poses no harm to your career.
The past week saw two senior executives forced to resign in the United States after admitting to their respective infidelities. The head of the CIA, General David Petraeus, abruptly resigned after his affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell, was exposed by the FBI. In the not-so-covert battle for control over federal resources between the FBI and the CIA, this was one of the biggest coups staged by one federal agency against the other.
Around the same time in Bethesda, Maryland, in the Washington Metropolitan Area, another affair led to a forced resignation of Christopher E. Kubasik, who was the then President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Lockheed Martin Corporation. Mr. Kubasik, who was in line to become the CEO in the near future, was booted from the company after “an ethics investigation confirmed that he had a close personal relationship with a subordinate employee.” Having an affair with a subordinate is “inconsistent with our values and standards”, said Robert J. Stevens, chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin, which is one of the world’s largest defense contractor and is responsible for manufacturing several deadly war machines.
Lockheed Martin is literally embedded with the US government’s defense and other key departments. According to William D. Hartung, the company “received $36 billion in government contracts in 2008 alone, more than any company in history.” Realising that the company’s latest reported annual revenue is $47.3 billion, while it received $41.5 billion from the US government during 2011 (see the table below), it appears that Lockheed Martin exists primarily on the US government’s contracts. One still wonders how is Lockheed Martin able to secure such huge contracts from the government year after year.
Ten largest contractors with the US Federal Government
Funds received from the US government in 2011
Lockheed Martin Corporation
The Boeing Company
General Dynamics Corporation
Northrop Grumman Corporation
United Technologies Corporation
L-3 Communications Holdings Inc.
Bae Systems Plc
Source: www.fedspending.org (link)
William Hartund in fact sheds some light on the quid pro quo between Lockheed Martin and the US government by revealing that Lockheed Martin spent “$12 million on congressional lobbying and campaign contributions in 2009 alone. Not surprisingly, it’s the top contributor to the incoming House Armed Services Committee chairman, Republican Howard P. “Buck” McKeon of California, giving more than $50,000 in the most recent election cycle. It also tops the list of donors to Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-HI), the powerful chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee.” Under the guise of lobbying, the weapons manufacturer has spent several thousand dollars in getting those legislators elected who may be sympathetic to its core mission and values. Such investments in affecting the electoral outcomes perhaps does not violate Lockheed Martin’s values and standards.
The nexus between the US civil and military establishment is indeed strong. The relationship is even more pronounced when the Republicans control the White House. Notice below how Lockheed Martin’s stock sustained an upward climb between 2001 and 2009 during the Bush presidency. The company’s fortunes reversed when it became apparent in late 2008 that Democrats would control the White House. The profitability of American firms manufacturing the ornaments of war rely on the military adventurism of the US government. In the absence of war, companies like Lockheed Martin would have to engage in less ‘glamorous’ tasks, such as counting people for the Census!
Source: Google Finance
The other villain in the story, General David Petraeus, though is not your typical soldier. He earned a Masters and a Doctorate in International Relations from Princeton University. He was also hailed by the Washington insiders and the Newsweek Magazine as the man who ‘saved’ Iraq. While the Newsweek magazine is too weak to appear in print (as of January 2013), several Washington insiders are still rooting for the General who led the 101st Airborne Division in 2003 and later in 2007 was put in charge of the surge in Iraq.
The surge did not work in Iraq. After decades of wars and sectarian strife, Iraqis got tired of killing and they reorganised along the sectarian lines in cities. With Sunnis, Shias, and Kurds retreated to the safety of their respective ghettos, the killing spree ended in Iraq. However, this did not happen before nearly 120,000 civilians died in the American imposed war on Iraq, which was waged on false pretences. The General also led Nato forces in Afghanistan during 2010-11, where civilian deaths since 2006 have exceeded 12,800.
How is it that the Americans are not outraged by such massive atrocities caused by their civil and military leaders? Why is that women groups in Washington, DC, and elsewhere are flabbergasted after learning about affairs of their leadership, but are not moved by the misery of others caused by the same individuals? With thousands of civilians dead in Iraq and Afghanistan, Americans should ask why these wars were waged in the first place and what have they achieved in the end.
I hope that these extramarital escapades distract the civil and military leadership in the United States from waging wars on others. Monica Lewinsky served the same purpose when Washington, DC, was gridlocked in 1995 because of the tussle between President Clinton and the Republican controlled Congress. The US could have waged another war to get the House in order, which it didn’t courtesy Ms. Lewinsky.
However, when President Clinton was pushed into a tight corner on August 17, 1998, during his testimony before the Grand Jury about his affair with Ms. Lewinsky, the US establishment indeed resorted to firing missiles, which landed on August 20, 1998, on Al-Shifa pharmaceutical factory in Khartoum, Sudan. The missiles completely destroyed the factory and as a result subsequently caused the deaths of thousands in Sudan because with Al-Shifa gone, they had no alternative source for basic medicines.
While I reserve the ‘moral’ judgement on extramarital affairs, I am all for such rendezvous as long as they keep the American executives distracted and pre-empted from waging wars on others.
Murtaza Haider, Ph.D. is the Associate Dean of research and graduate programs at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University in Toronto. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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[girl mobile number india],0.4,28,28,14
[phone number girls],0.37,28,28,36
[girls mobile number.com],0.26,28,28,10
[girl mobile phones],0.6,22,22,265
[canada girls mobile numbers],0.36,22,22,12
[udaipur girls mobile number],0.26,46,46,17
[mobile number search],0.6,5400,5400,25
[ooty girls mobile number],0.22,58,58,14
[pakistani girls numbers mobile],0.23,36,36,47
[pakistani girls mobile numbers 2011],0.29,210,210,45
[punjab college girls mobile numbers],0.29,36,36,10
[lums girls mobile numbers],0.18,16,16,10
[www.pakistani girls mobile numbers.com],0.36,0,0,11
[wah cantt girls mobile numbers],0.19,73,73,10
[pakistani girls mobile numbers friendship],0.33,0,0,38
[okara girls mobile number],0.22,36,36,10
[cell no of pakistani girls],0.22,73,73,36
[indian girls mobile phone numbers],0.37,28,28,36
[www.girls mobile number.com],0.24,58,58,16
[mobile number girls],0.34,210,210,16
[girls with mobile numbers],0.24,0,0,41
[mobile number locator],0.36,60500,60500,10
[patna girl mobile number],0.22,46,46,10
[girl cell phone number],0.37,22,22,12
[madurai college girls mobile number],0.23,58,58,10
[girl mobile number in pakistan],0.25,110,110,26
[dhanbad girls mobile number],0.27,36,36,10
[girls number in pakistan],0.16,590,590,33
[ajmer girls mobile number],0.41,16,16,10
[girls mobile number in coimbatore],0.19,46,46,26
[girls mobil number],0.25,28,28,13
[usa girls mobile number],0.51,36,36,41
[larkana girls mobile number],0.17,36,36,10
[friendship girls mobile no],0.55,0,0,10
[vijayawada girls mobile numbers],0.33,73,73,10
[girls mobile no],0.23,480,480,19
[girl cell number],0.29,91,91,40
[cell no of girls for friendship],0.28,91,91,10
[baroda girls mobile number],0.29,46,46,10
[karachi college girls mobile number],0.13,28,28,10
[kerala girls mobile numbers for friendship],0.4,170,170,10
[indian girls cell number],0.41,12,12,19
[sadiqabad girls mobile number],0.15,36,36,15
[haripur girls mobile numbers],0.22,58,58,10
[mobile friendship girls],0.3,73,73,15
[pakistani girls cell no],0.16,28,28,20
[trace mobile number],0.18,60500,60500,10
[phone no of girls for friendship],0.55,73,73,10
[girls mobile number friendship],0.37,0,0,118
[indian girls mobile numbers for friendship],0.37,140,140,10
[girls mobile number in lucknow],0.28,46,46,10
[fsd girls mobile number],0.14,73,73,10
[phone numbers of girls in pakistan],0.21,36,36,23
[pakistani girl mobile number for friendship],0.26,16,16,34
[girls of pakistani girls mobile number],0.2,12,12,23
[girls real mobile numbers],0.17,28,28,57
[mobile number tracking],0.29,6600,6600,10
[girl number mobile],0.18,170,170,22
[srilankan girls mobile numbers],0.13,36,36,10
[bangladeshi school girl mobile number],0.14,16,16,45
[find mobile number],0.55,8100,8100,11
[college girls cell phone numbers],0.33,91,91,12
[girls pakistan mobile number],0.16,36,36,19
[jabalpur girls mobile number],0.31,91,91,10
[pakistani girl mobile numbers],0.29,22,22,34
[ludhiana girls mobile numbers for friendship],0.48,0,0,10
[pakistani girls pictures and mobile numbers],0.19,16,16,50
[mobile number pakistani girls],0.32,22,22,29
[pakistan girls number for friendship],0.37,140,140,46
[pune girls mobile number],0.33,170,170,13
[mobile dosti number],0.24,36,36,10
[college girls mobile numbers in mumbai],0.12,28,28,20
[jaipur girls mobile number],0.3,140,140,10
[pakistani girls mobile phone number],0.4,0,0,13
[jazz girls mobile number],0.26,58,58,69
[www.girl mobile number.com],0.31,22,22,19
[bangla girl mobile number],0.31,22,22,42
[number of pakistani girls],0.19,46,46,15
[mobile number details],0.45,2900,2900,10
[malir girls mobile number],0.13,28,28,10
[girls mobile numbers in india],0.39,16,16,14
[need girls mobile number in chennai],0.2,16,16,10
[bilaspur girls mobile number],0.23,28,28,10
[mobile girls numbers],0.18,28,28,37
[www girl mobile number pakistani],0.4,16,16,15
[pakistani girl s mobile number],0.31,0,0,10
[college girls mobile numbers in kolkata],0.2,58,58,10
[numbers of pakistani girls],0.2,58,58,10
[anantapur girls mobile numbers],0.31,36,36,10
[school girls mobile no],0.35,5,5,20
[pakistan girls phone numbers],0.36,28,28,43
[mobile numbers for girls],0.44,22,22,41
[i want girl mobile number],0.39,28,28,14
[malappuram girls mobile number],0.27,58,58,39
[pakistani girls number in pakistan],0.23,46,46,38
[coimbatore girls mobile number],0.17,210,210,10
[chandigarh girls mobile numbers],0.33,110,110,23
[indian mobile numbers girls],0.13,5,5,166
[tirunelveli girls mobile number],0.23,36,36,10
[numbers of girls for friendship],0.35,46,46,17
[mobile phone numbers of girls],0.38,22,22,21
[phone numbers of pakistani girls],0.24,73,73,10
[girl pakistan mobile number],0.2,22,22,76
[pakistan mobile number search],0.42,28,28,19
[mobile numbers directory],0.47,320,320,14
[pakistani girls number mobile],0.35,28,28,39
[pakistani girl phone numbers],0.36,16,16,12
[mobile number tracer],0.27,8100,8100,10
[bangalore college girls mobile number],0.22,22,22,10
[girl mobil number],0.21,28,28,24
[dubai girls mobile number],0.29,110,110,37
[desi girl mobile number],0.27,22,22,10
[collage girl mobile no],0.2,0,0,51
[pakistan girls phone number],0.28,22,22,10
[friendship mobile numbers],0.48,0,0,10
[how to trace mobile number],0.37,5400,5400,10
[pakistani girl number mobile numbers],0.25,73,73,18
[pakistani girls mobail number],0.25,0,0,29
[search mobile number],0.56,3600,3600,10
[mobile number friendship],0.37,12,12,10
[girls mobile numbers lahore],0.22,22,22,10
[girl cell phone numbers],0.57,46,46,37
[mobile number portability],0.03,6600,6600,27
[mobile phone numbers],0.65,4400,4400,44
[mobile number of pakistani girl],0.29,0,0,20
[moradabad girls mobile number],0.28,22,22,10
[girls phone number],0.33,590,590,28
[sri lankan tamil girls mobile numbers],0.23,5,5,16
[pakistani friendship girls mobile numbers],0.38,12,12,19
[mobile friendship in pakistan],0.1,58,58,17
[college girl mobile numbers],0.34,140,140,38
[girls phone numbers],0.48,590,590,42
[girls with mobile number for friendship],0.28,16,16,14
[indian girl mobile numbers],0.29,22,22,20
[mobile number pakistan],0.25,28,28,83
[girls mobile numbers pakistani girls],0.18,0,0,33
[girls mobile numbers for friendship in chennai],0.27,16,16,10
[girl phone number],0.27,1300,1300,20
[girls contact numbers for friendship],0.46,73,73,19
[andhra girls mobile no],0.24,0,0,24
[indian friendship girls mobile number],0.48,0,0,22
[pakistani girls phone numbers],0.37,720,720,44
[college girls contact numbers],0.19,16,16,10
[karachi girls mobile number],0.11,210,210,28
[kolkata girls mobile number for friendship],0.34,36,36,15
[pakistani girl mobile phone number],0.44,0,0,35
[real pakistani girls mobile number],0.22,58,58,25
[indian female mobile number],0.37,0,0,12
[indian girls mobile no],0.3,91,91,20
[phone number for girls],0.41,36,36,40
[girls with mobile no],0.14,12,12,10
[lahore girls mobile numbers warid],0.19,16,16,10
[pakistani girls mobile numbers for friendship girl 2012],0.29,16,16,41
[girl mobile numbers in pakistan],0.35,0,0,11
[mobil number girls],0.25,0,0,19
[pakistani boy mobile numbers],0.18,22,22,20
[pakistani girls mobil numbers],0.21,16,16,10
[trichy girls mobile number],0.21,140,140,10
[want girls mobile numbers],0.42,22,22,25
[girl cell numbers],0.49,0,0,15
[pakistani girls number],0.12,1600,1600,21
[girl friend mobile number],0.43,210,210,10
[mobile phone number directory],0.5,720,720,27
[girls mobail numbers],0.24,0,0,10
[all pakistani girls mobile numbers],0.36,58,58,17
[number of girls for friendship],0.32,46,46,14
[girls number for friendship],0.32,480,480,14
[phone number tracker],0.47,14800,14800,44
[www.girls mobile numbers],0.41,16,16,10
[girl mobile number in lahore],0.16,22,22,12
[girls contact number],0.27,480,480,24
[mobile number for girl],0.27,0,0,19
[beautiful girls mobile],0.07,0,0,10
[any girl mobile number],0.21,36,36,12
[sms girls mobile number],0.37,36,36,41
[phone reverse lookup],0.83,9900,9900,54
[reverse phone lookup],0.8,1220000,1220000,44
[mobile numbers of girls for friendship],0.57,110,110,12
[pakistani girls on mobile numbers],0.29,0,0,68
[girls mobile number in bangalore],0.34,140,140,19
[girls for sale],0.2,1900,1900,53
[kerala girls contact number],0.24,390,390,39
[college girls phone numbers],0.48,260,260,10
[cell number of girls for friendship],0.4,46,46,17
[how can i get girls mobile numbers],0.32,12,12,17
[pakistan girls cell numbers],0.17,28,28,28
[girl mobile numbers pakistan],0.4,0,0,15
[contact number of girls],0.25,1000,1000,17
[girls for friendship],0.43,2400,2400,14
[mumbai college girls mobile number],0.15,0,0,10
[delhi college girls mobile numbers],0.06,16,16,10
[pakistan girls mobile number],0.25,140,140,30
[pakistani girls numbers],0.25,720,720,45
[www girl mobile number],0.36,36,36,16
[girls numbers mobile],0.24,0,0,10
[i want girls mobile number],0.34,0,0,11
[girls phone number for friendship],0.34,720,720,10
[girls cell phone numbers],0.51,880,880,32
[college girls mobile numbers in kerala],0.18,91,91,48
[mobile no locator],0.29,22200,22200,10
[phone number of girls],0.24,1000,1000,11
[get mobile numbers of girls],0.3,16,16,36
[online girls mobile numbers],0.36,58,58,34
[find girls mobile number in india],0.39,16,16,10
[reverse phone directory],0.83,14800,14800,40
[mysore girls mobile number],0.18,91,91,10
[attock girls mobile numbers],0.26,58,58,10
[reverse phone search],0.72,8100,8100,49
[sri lankan girls phone numbers],0.17,720,720,28
[sony ericsson mobiles],0.27,22200,22200,18
[indian ladies mobile numbers],0.32,0,0,22
[mobile numbers of indian girls for friendship],0.34,0,0,78
[find a friend],0.9,8100,8100,72
[mobile phone directory],0.53,3600,3600,35
[telephone number lookup],0.57,12100,12100,37
[samsung mobile price],0.59,74000,74000,15
[any girl mobile no],0.25,0,0,27
[samsung mobile phones],0.6,49500,49500,51
[mumbai girls mobile numbers],0.31,73,73,10
[pakistani mobile numbers],0.22,140,140,24
[girl friendship mobile no],0.43,0,0,10
[sweet pakistan girl],0.1,0,0,10
[girl s mobile number],0.3,12,12,15
[mobile friendship numbers],0.4,46,46,10
[touch screen mobiles],0.45,8100,8100,26
[friendship girl mobile no],0.44,28,28,10
[college girls mobile numbers in jaipur],0.27,73,73,14
[real girls mobile],0.07,0,0,10
[hyderabad college girls mobile numbers],0.4,170,170,12
[mobile prices in pakistan],0.01,49500,49500,55
[reverse phone detective],0.5,4400,4400,93
[girl numbers pakistan],0.39,28,28,49
[pakistani girls wallpapers],0.18,2900,2900,49
[pakistan girl mobile numbers],0.27,0,0,40
[female mobile numbers],0.32,58,58,10
[girls cell number for friendship],0.43,46,46,20
[delhi hot girl mobile number],0.2,12,12,10
[pakistani girls mobiles],0.1,0,0,10
[girls cell phone numbers in pakistan],0.27,28,28,10
[girls phone numbers to text],0.4,140,140,44
[girls numbers to text],0.26,210,210,46
[girls numbers for free],0.66,16,16,69
[chandigarh girls mobile number],0.28,260,260,13
[beautiful girls in pakistan],0.07,1900,1900,102
[all mobile phones],0.71,2400,2400,60
[pakistani girl numbers photos],0.21,16,16,64
[free girls number in pakistan],0.18,16,16,35
[pakistani girls mobile friendship],0.17,0,0,48
[mobiles numbers of pakistani girls],0.34,28,28,28
[pakistani girls phone],0.27,12,12,18
[pakistani girls in dubai],0.18,210,210,38
[pakistani girls for friendship mobile numbers],0.32,16,16,44
[kolkata girls mobile no],0.12,590,590,27
[pakistani mobile girls numbers],0.18,22,22,45
[indian girls in dubai],0.16,320,320,32
[girls mobile numbers uk],0.76,91,91,57
[pakistani girl number],0.17,390,390,31
[mobile phone lookup],0.86,1000,1000,124
[pakistani girls friendship with numbers],0.3,36,36,31
[talk to girls online],0.53,2400,2400,67
[indian college girls mobile no],0.18,0,0,40
[sweet girl mobile number],0.11,36,36,15
[www girl number friendship in],0.24,28,28,10
[cell numbers of girls in pakistan],0.26,36,36,13
[mobile number database],0.79,390,390,29
[college girls mobile numbers in lucknow],0.14,210,210,17
[female cell number],0.32,16,16,22
[girls for marriage],0.49,1300,1300,55
[girls mobile number list],0.38,46,46,13
[photos of indian girls],0.18,390,390,22
[girls phone numbers for friendship],0.44,320,320,15
[mobile number for friendship],0.32,58,58,10
[mianwali girls mobile numbers],0.21,46,46,10
[pakistani girls mobile dosti],0.14,16,16,81
[girls mobile numbers in chennai],0.29,16,16,32
[all pakistan girls number],0.23,22,22,74
[friendship with girls on mobile],0.28,0,0,10
[boy mobile numbers friendship],0.16,28,28,131
[girls friend ship],0.22,0,0,10
[jhang girls mobile number],0.1,46,46,10
[local mobile number girls],0.39,0,0,10
[friendship girls numbers],0.37,0,0,10
[girls number friendship],0.32,260,260,29
[pakistani girls numbers for friendship],0.21,210,210,47
[girl number pakistani],0.27,12,12,40
[collage girl mobile number],0.27,12,12,29
[girl numbers to call],0.38,12,12,69
[www friendship girls number],0.34,22,22,18