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February 17th, 2019, posted in fUNNY
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Quaid-e-Azam’s Last Passport

December 25th, 2014, posted in PAKiSTAN, POEPLes
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Quaid-e-Azam’s last passport, issued by the Passport Office, Government of Sind, at Karachi, British India, on 28 November 1946, is reproduced below:

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Quaid-e-Azam's Last Passport

December 25th, 2014, posted in PAKiSTAN, POEPLes
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Quaid-e-Azam’s last passport, issued by the Passport Office, Government of Sind, at Karachi, British India, on 28 November 1946, is reproduced below:

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28 May – Youm-e-Takbeer

May 28th, 2014, posted in DAtEs iN a YeAR, Ink On PAPER, PAKiSTAN
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Pakistani nation & whole Muslim Ummah celebrated 28 May as a “Youm-e-Takbeer”. This day brings a message of immortal power of defense for the Muslim state especially for the revival of whole Muslim Ummah.

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On May 28 1998 the Pakistani scientists fired up the trigger of nukes and make Pakistan as first Islamic and world’s 7th Country having the nuclear technology. It is the miracle of Almighty Allah who gave us such invincible power to sustain our selves without any war threat and The Muslim community proud on efforts of our scientists to make such primary weapon for the Muslim defense.

Historic Flash Back:
During the ruling period of general Ayub Khan the decision of establishing a nuclear reactor has been made with the help of Professor Abdus Salam. In 1972 the President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Munir Ahmad Khan as PAEC chairman inaugurated the first nuclear reactor of Pakistan. For this BNFL & CEA contracted with PAEC to provide plutonium and nuclear reprocessing plants in Pakistan but after the influence of India in 1974 BNFL has cancelled its all projects. Later on in 1977 the CEA also cancelled all the projects due to heavy pressure exerted by the US Secretary and other western authorities. In 1976 PAEC made another agreement with France to build an atomic facility at Chashma again due to the US influence the France cancelled its all projects in 1978. Then PAEC had contracted with British BNFL for a reprocessing facility which was cancelled in 1974 as a result in 1980 Pakistan got fully operational Nuclear Plant.28May,May,Youm-e-Takbeer,The Day of Power & Supremacy of Muslim Ummah,The Day of Power & Supremacy, Muslim Ummah,The Day of Power,Supremacy of Muslim Ummah,The Day,Power & Supremacy, Muslim ,Ummah,Power,Supremacy,Pakistan,India,1998,Nawaz Shareef,AQ Khan,Muslim world,nuke,nuclear power,nuclear,Pakistani nation,Pakistani,nation,Islamic world,world’s 7th Country

Zia-ul-Haq Announced We have Nukes:
When Zia-ul-Haq visited India for the cricket diplomacy in 1980 there he told the Indians that we had nukes. It was the first time the whole world heard this comment from Muslim nation president and surprised.

Nukes Cold Test:
Pakistan has done cold test of Atomic nuke on 13march 1983. After the successful results of the cold Test Pakistan become nuclear power on March 1983. But the scientists explained that the results of real test become the Pakistan as Nuclear Power country.

Nuclear Test Decision:
On 11th may 1998 india tested his three nukes and on 13th may tested another two nukes to show the strategic strength in the region. As a result the Prime minister Mian Nawaz Sharif took decision to test the Pakistani nukes for the balancing of Power in the region.

Nukes Test Transportation:
All the material of primary weapon has been transported to chaghi by C-130 plane under the protection of f-16 fighter planes. The -130 over take from chaklala airport and landed on Quetta from where all the weaponary material has been transported to the Chaghi.

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Pakistan has successfully tested its Primary Atomic weapon on 28, May 1998 in Chaghi Hills located in Blouchistan. Pakistani Scientists selected the Koh-e-Kamran for the Test. According to Pakistani Standard time the Scientist has pushed the Fire Trigger on 3:17 pm. Within few minutes of Explosion the whole rock of Koh-e-Kamran turn into yellowish ice dust.

Foreign Influence:
The foreign counties have a great influence on Pakistan to stop the experiment but the Pakistani govt. and scientists did it. The intelligence and securities announced red alert on 26 & 27 May and warned about the missile attack from the enemies. The entire scientist didn’t sleep whole night due to the passion of experiment to make a country proud. Now a days our enemies are working 24 x 7 to disable Pakistan’s nuclear capability and our current government is ready to fulfill demands of their foreign masters but they are facing stiff resistance at every level especially from the Patriotic Nation.

Message by Youm-e-Takbeer:
Muslims can explore the horizons of technology if they become united as the western nations are united now a day. If the European Union makes the Euro for the development of Economy then why not the Muslim Union can be Form? Once it’s formed the sharing of technology and the resources leads the Muslims Ummah better than the glorious past of the Muslims!!

May Almighty Allah save us from the offense of Non-Believers and grant us the Strength to prepare for our defense. Amen.
Youm-e-Takbeer Mubarak.

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Dervish and Fakir: The Outsiders View of Sufism

February 1st, 2014, posted in Ink On PAPER, Sufism
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The two terms that best sum up early European attitudes to Sufism are fakir (Arabic faqir) and dervish(the Turkish pronunciation of Persian darvish). Both words mean more or less the same:  faqir is the Arabic word for “poor man,” and dervish (probably derived from a term meaning “standing by the door”) is the Persian equivalent.

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The term fakir has a more complicated history, because Persian-writing officials of the Mughal empire in India used the term to describe non-Muslm ascetics, such as yogis, along with Sufi ascetics and wayfarers. The British inherited this terminology when they conquered most of India, and in nineteenth-century English, fakir (or fakeer) was used almost exclusively for Hindu ascetics, whether of the organized monastic fraternities or those whom the Birtish described as “wandering rogues.” The accidental resemblance of the term to the English word faker seems to have encouraged the impression that these ascetics were all frauds and mountebanks.
In contrast to these outsider’s impressions, in their original contexts, both dervish andfakir
were terms that signified spiritual poverty, being poor in relation to God, and hence being dependent upon him. As in other religious traditions, poverty for the Sufis was a sign of turning away from the world and focusing on the divine reality. “Poverty is my pride,” the Prophet Muhammad is reported to have said. Yet the reports of travelers concerning the fakirs and dervishes of the East created a totally different portrait of bizarre behavior that was already a cultural icon over a century ago. Popular American songs of the nineteenth century refer to the dancing dervish as an image of wild and frantic activity. Magazine cartoons today still preserve the image of the fakir lying on a bed of nails. Traveler’s reports were based on fragmentary information, so that the fakir or dervish might sometimes appear to be a solitary figure but at other times was part of a strange brotherhood with peculiar rituals. To be sure, the negative portrait of the dervish had its analogues in some Muslim countries, such as Persia, where the rise of Shi’ism put organized Sufism into disrepute.

This text is an extract from the book by CARL W. PHD ERNST,

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