Posts Tagged ‘Freedom’

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Kashmir – Your Day Will Come InshaAllah.

February 5, 2010

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MUST READ articles that have appeared on PKKH on Kashmir:

State Terror in Occupied Kashmir
Pakistan’s Present and Future War
India: Let Kashmir go
Focus on Kashmir
India’s problems lie within | Guardian, UK
Behind Mumbai Lies Kashmir | Eric Margolis
Mr Zardari, Do these look like Terrorists?
Pakistani Hindus rally to support Islamic Charity
Lashkar Bashing | Dan Qayyum
Ghettoisation of Muslims in India | Imran Ali and Yoginder Sikand
Why India should look within. | Dan Qayyum
Pak Flag: Symbol Of Freedom In India! | Ahmed Quraishi
Israel to train Indian Forces
Kashmir – the Forgotten Occupation
Land and Freedom – Arundhati Roy, The Guardian, UK
Hai Haq Hamara, Azadi
Peaceful Protests In Kashmir Alter Equation for India – Washington Post
A Jihad Grows in Kashmir
We are Pakistanis – Says Geelani
India, minus the K word – Jug Suraiya | Times of India
Kashmiris in India Savour Sense of Freedom – LA Times
Mission Kashmir – Times of India Editorial

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A Leader of Men

December 25, 2009

Malaika Khalid

The poetic dream of Allama Iqbal caught the imagination of the Muslims of Sub Continent under the dynamic leadership of Quaid e Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah who embarked upon the task of giving it a concrete shape of ideals and dreams. He structured and organized the comprehensive campaign for Pakistan, his audacious, adventurous, creativeness crystallized Dr. Muhammad Iqbal’s inspiration of Pakistan. The imagination and thought provoking message of Allama Iqbal was interpreted into realization when Baba-e-Quam Muhammad Ali Jinnah said:

“We are a nation, with our own distinctive culture and civilization, language and literature, art and architecture, names and nomenclature, sense of value and proportion, legal laws and moral code, customs and calendar, history and traditions, aptitudes and ambitions, in short, we have distinctive outlook on and of life”.

Mr. Jinnah determined and toiled, aimed and struggled. He attained the aims and accomplished the goal he had set before him. He was a man of strong will power, determination as well as had a lofty character. He worked day and night and never bent down even to the greatest temptation. His friends and adversaries both appreciated and respected him. It was he who shaped the Pakistan Movement in tough resistance by Hindus as well as British, and therefore got a separate homeland for the Muslims of the Sub Continent.

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Indian Elections In Kashmir: The Impact On Freedom

August 26, 2009

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State assembly elections have been held in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir in the past and are likely to continue to be held in the future. If history is any guide, it can safely be inferred that they will neither be accepted by the people of Jammu and Kashmir as a substitute to the right to self-determination or plebiscite, nor they diminish freedom sentiments in the valley.

Read Full Report by Awais Bin Wasi

Related:
Pak Flag Hoisted, Tricolour Burnt in Srinagar
Forget AfPak, Resolve AfKash To Win In Afghanistan
Occupied Kashmiri paid with life for Pakistan’s love
Srinagar Celebrates Pakistan Win

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Pakistan: Tu Hi Mera Pyar Hai

August 12, 2009

Another production from the PKKH Media Crew

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Creation of Pakistan

August 11, 2009

Must Watch Video – Created by PKKH Media Team

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End of America

May 22, 2009

In The End of America: A Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot, Naomi Wolf takes a historical look at the rise of Fascism, outlining the 10 steps necessary for a Fascistic group (or government) to destroy the democratic character of a nation-state and subvert the social/political liberty previously exercised by its citizens, she further explains how it was done in Nazi-Germany, Fascist Italy and how the blue-prints were followed by Bush Administration after 9/11.

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Lashkar: Indian Agencies Behind Lahore Attacks

March 8, 2009

Kashmiri militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba rejected media reports in India that it was involved in an attack on Sri Lanka’s cricket squad in Lahore.

“These media reports are false, incorrect and baseless,” Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) spokesman Abdullah Ghaznavi said. He was speaking by telephone from Srinagar from an undisclosed location.

“The attack on Sri Lanka’s team was an attack on Pakistan’s sovereignty and Kashmiri militants could never even think of that (such an attack),” Ghaznavi said.

LeT, which has been fighting for freedom from New Delhi’s rule in Indian-occupied Kashmir, blamed Indian security agencies for the Lahore attack.

“The attack is the handiwork of Indian agencies to defame Pakistan and bring instability to the country,” Ghaznavi said.

Lashkar-e-Taiba has often been blamed by India for terrorist acts within India. Most of these acts have subsequently been proved to have been carried out by Indian based Hindu extremist groups with support from serving Indian army officers.

Lashkar-e-Taiba has never been implicated in any terrorist activities on Pakistani soil and has a strict policy in this regard. They have in fact recently come under fire and recieved threats from CIA backed terrorist Baitullah Mehsud.

Mehsud’s ‘Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan’ (TTP) threatened attacking members of Lashkar-e-Taiba by pointing out that they only fight against Indian rule in Kashmir and do not support TTP’s version of ‘Jihad’ against Pakistani citizens.

Meanwhile, Pakistan’s interior ministry chief Rehman Malik said Friday he could not rule out foreign involvement in the Sri Lankan cricket attack.

“I cannot rule out (the involvement of a) foreign hand in the incident,” Malik told reporters in Lahore.

Related:
Lashkar Bashing
Baitullah Mehsud’s TTP Threatens Kashmiri Militants
Baitullah Mehsud’s Time Is Up

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