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BrassTacks Response to the Mumbai Dossier

January 19, 2009

BrassTacks Special Edition – Rebuttal of Indian Lies & Mumbai Drama

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3


Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

Part 9

Part 10

Part 11

Here is a scanned copy of the 69-page dossier given to Pakistan by the Indian Government:

Mumbai Dossier | Download | 9 mb .zip format

Alternatively download here in 3 parts: 1 | 2 | 3

BrassTacks Dossier on Indian Terrorism and Debunking the Indian ‘evidence’.
The entire Indian propaganda and lies have been exposed in this pdf document. Read and know for yourself things you never knew before. The entire Mumbai drama, its background, its motives and the players involved, with proof from their own sources, media and speeches. Circulate this far and wide and get it published wherever you can. This must be flooded on the web and passed to all contacts. Let the world see their lies exposed. May Allah (sw) Protect Pakistan.

Please download the PDF file by clicking on the link below:
BrassTacks: Dance of the Devil

AAJ TV: Live with Talat, January 16th 2009

MUST WATCH: Debunking the ‘evidence’ provided so far by India.
Watch Video on Awaz TV
Watch Video on Pakistan Herald
Watch Video on PkPolotics

Other Related Posts:

RADIO: Zaid Hamid on Politics and Governance
VIDEO: Zaid Hamid – Lecture on Indian Intentions
TEXT: Zaid Hamid on the 1971 war and the creation of Bangladesh (URDU)
VIDEO: Zaid Hamid on Khula Such 
VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan January 2nd | Another Link
VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan – December 30th | Another Link | Another Link
VIDEO: Waqt TV: Zaid Hamid – Rise & Shine
VIDEO: Zaid Hamid on Samaa TV
VIDEO: Amaresh Misra on Geo making a few stunning revelations.
RADIO: Amaresh Misra & Ahmad Qureshi on Chicago’s ABN Radio, Nov 30.
VIDEO: Zaid Hamid: Siyasat Aur Pakistan Latest Episode
RADIO: Zaid Hamid on ABN Chicago Radio
VIDEO: Zaid Hamid confronts Bharat Verma – THE FULL UNCUT VIDEO
VIDEO: News1 TV: Black White & Grey
VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan – Latest Episode
VIDEO: Mumbai Drama Exposed | Ahmed Quraishi & Zaid Hamid
VIDEO: BrassTacks – Full Analysis of Mumbai Attacks
VIDEO: False Flag Attack in Mumbai & Hindu Terrorism

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33 comments

  1. […] UPDATE: WATCH ZAID HAMID ON BRASSTACKS DISCUSSING THE ‘EVIDENCE’ PROVIDED IN INDIA’S DOSSI… […]


  2. I will put this on my blog as well. This is real good stuff. Well done Mr Hamid


  3. good work


  4. part 2 is missing here..


  5. I’ve just double checked it Arsalan and its working fine (part 2)

    refresh your browser and check again – let me know if the problem persists.


  6. Hi Web Master, Please correct the link of youtube of Part 11. Because its a repeat of Part 10. The link for actual Part 11 is

    Thanks


  7. pls pls pls pls pls spread this to as many ppl as possible. if there are any ppl left in the world who doubt pakis have been lobotomised, they’ll be convinced 🙂


  8. […] Also checkout: BrassTacks Response to the Mumbai Dossier […]


  9. Excellent analysis Mr. Zaid Hamid. I totally agree with you. KEEP IT UP.

    PAKISTAN ZINDABAD…


  10. Excellent Analysis Sir..!!

    floor brush[:D]
    lol


  11. i think ur projection is least valuable unless and untill the government of pakistan deosn’t follow and put pressure on india.
    see if u r speaking the truth then why to keep quite and if india is with fakse hood then how come india is shouting confidently.
    u better put words in the mouth of ur leaders.
    same is the cse with ur NWFP problemu all blame india and ur blame is true but no leagal/official condemnation.
    SO ASKUR LEADERS WHAT THEY GOT OUT OF PEACE PROCESS WITH INDIA SINCE 5-6 YEARS– LASTLY A COMPLETE U TURN AND PAKISTAN IS BEGGING FO PEACE AND STABILITY. SEE INDIA STILL AS IF IT IS RULING. WHERE IS KASHMIR AND WHERE IS UR SIACHEN AND WATER PROBLEM. SO MY COMMENTS ARE THAT TO RELY ON INDIA IS A BIGGEST MISTAKE . SEE THE CONFIDENCEE IN THE LEADERSHIP OF INDIA AS HOW THEY WERE HARD ON INDIA BY THROWING AWAY THE PEACE PROCESS AND SAME TRAGEDY HAPPENEND WITH PAKISTAN ( MARRIOT BOMBING ) S0 WHAT WAS THEIR ACTION — THEY WERE NOT ABLE TO OFFICIALLY CONDEMN AND BLAME INDIA —SOO SOORY FOR THE LEADERSHIP.— I AM A KASHMIRI;INDIAN OCCUPIED, BUT WITH THESE TYPE OF ACTIONS THE KASHMIRIS HAVE LOST FAITH IN PAKISTAN.


  12. http://www.indiandefencereview.com/2008/09/stable-pakistan-not-in-indias-interest.html

    Stable Pakistan not in India’s interest
    By Bharat Verma
    Issue: Vol. 23.3Indians pose the biggest threat to the union of India. The reason is simple. An average Indian does not constitute a nation but is merely an individual. His personal well-being overrides all other considerations including the national interests.

    Therefore, many have begun to propagate parting of Kashmir in their write-ups, since it does not belong individually to them. However, imagine the hue and cry if their personal property and family is held hostage by the terrorists. They will sing a different tune!

    The blame lies with New Delhi. For the past sixty years, instead of consolidating the Union, leaders encouraged divisiveness on the basis of religion and caste for sheer vote bank politics. Instead of unifying its citizenry with good governance and increasing their stakes through prosperity, so that they may serve the cause of the nation with honor, it has treated its citizens with unprecedented shabbiness. The result is groups of citizens have risen against the state, mostly for lack of economic progress and denial of justice. Such disgruntled groups are being taken advantage of by the external forces inimical to India.

    There can never be unity in diversity. Unity requires a fair amount of uniformity in laws throughout the Union.

    That New Delhi is its own enemy became obvious, when it permitted the creation of a pure Islamic State on its borders. This nation-state contradicts every democratic and multi-cultural values dear to India.

    Therefore, if New Delhi has not slept a wink since the creation of Pakistan, it has no one except itself to blame!

    Islamabad, besides the wars it imposed on New Delhi, extended its so-called Islamic purity to the Kashmir Valley by instigating the locals to carry out ethnic cleansing of the minority communities.

    Hence, first we created a state with inbuilt characteristic of fundamentalism, and extreme philosophy contrary to our professed beliefs; then the monster in it started ethnic cleansing in the Valley; and engineered demographic changes through Bangladesh in West Bengal, Assam and the Northeast. Saudi Arabia and other Islamic oil-rich countries pitched in with the petro-dollars in support. All in the cause of the illusion called Ummah and establishing the Caliphate!

    The Indian leadership for its personal vote-bank gains helped these inimical forces by bringing the IMDT in Assam. Later, it was slammed as illegal by the Supreme Court. Too late – the damage was done, as the Union’s overburdened security forces, grapple with 15 million illegal Bangladesh infiltrators creating mayhem in the society.

    Islamabad, Dhaka, and now Kathmandu, spurred on by Beijing, have united with the singular agenda to unhook the Valley and the Northeast from the Union. In addition, they are instigating the Maoists who control almost forty percent of the Union’s territory, to set up a parallel government, and ultimately, like the Maoists in Nepal, win the elections in pockets of their influence, and impose a regressive authoritarian governments in tune with their own regime. Simple. Brilliant. And yet, New Delhi, instead of consolidating and unifying the Union, continues to divide its citizenry in religious or caste denominations.

    In the past sixty years, New Delhi’s muddle-headed policies encouraged separatism.

    Instead of ensuring diffusion of secular pan-Indian culture, and integration of the society by encouraging Indians from all over to buy and develop land and industry in the Valley and the Northeast, it imposed restrictions on such settlements. Meanwhile, Pakistan and Bangladesh exported their fundamentalist populations to change the demographic hues in their interest. The ugly separatist face of the agitation in the Valley today is the consequence of the dereliction of the fundamental duty by the Union.

    The trend needs to be reversed forcibly by integrating the Valley firmly into the Indian mainstream by creating a secular mix of population through industrialisation.

    Many conveniently propose the myth that a stable Pakistan is in India’s interest. This is a false proposition.

    The truth is that Pakistan is bad news for the Indian Union since 1947-stable or otherwise.

    It is factually correct that Islamabad has enjoyed brief periods of stability in the span of sixty years of its existence. However, during these phases of stability, it continued to export terrorism, fake currency, narcotics, and indulged in attempts to change demographics on our borders, cultivated sleeper cells and armed groups inside our territory to create an uprising at an appropriate time. Also, it aligned with Beijing and other powers, in a mutually beneficial scheme, to tie-down and ultimately cause a territorial split of the Union.

    With Pakistan on the brink of collapse due to massive internal as well as international contradictions, it is matter of time before it ceases to exist.

    Multiple benefits will accrue to the Union of India on such demise.

    If ever the national interests are defined with clarity and prioritised, the foremost threat to the Union (and for centuries before) materialised on the western periphery, continuously. To defend this key threat to the Union, New Delhi should extend its influence through export of both, soft and hard power towards Central Asia from where invasions have been mounted over centuries. Cessation of Pakistan as a state facilitates furtherance of this pivotal national objective.

    The self-destructive path that Islamabad chose will either splinter the state into many parts or it will wither away-a case of natural progression to its logical conclusion. In either case Baluchistan will achieve independence. For New Delhi this opens a window of opportunity to ensure that the Gwadar port does not fall into the hands of the Chinese. In this, there is synergy between the political objectives of the Americans and the Indians. Our existing goodwill in Baluchistan requires intelligent leveraging.

    Sindh and most of the non-Punjabi areas of Pakistan will be our new friends.

    Pakistan’s breakup will be a major setback to the Jihad Factory, as the core of this is located in Pakistan, and functions with the help of its army and the ISI. This in turn will ease pressures on India and the international community.

    With China’s one arm, i.e. Pakistan disabled, its expansionist plans will receive a severe jolt. Beijing continues to pose primary threat to New Delhi. Even as we continue to engage with it as constructively as possible, we must strive to remove the proxy. At the same time, it is prudent to extend moral support to the people of Tibet to sink Chinese expansionism in the morass of insurgency.

    For a change, let us do to them what they do to us!

    The chances of Central Asia getting infected with the Jihadi fervour will recede. Afghanistan will gain fair amount of stability. India’s access to Central Asian energy routes will open up. With disintegration of ISI’s inimical activities of infiltration and pushing of fake currency into India, from Nepal and Bangladesh will cease. Within the Union social harmony will improve enormously. Export of Islamic fundamentalism, with its 360-degree sweep from Islamabad, will vanish. Even a country like Thailand will heave a sigh of relief!

    Above all, the gathering storm of threat from a united group of authoritarian regimes along our 14,000 km borders, orchestrated and synchronised by Pakistan will dissolve.

    At the height of the recent disturbances in the Valley, when a general asked me for a suggestion to resolve the issue, I said: “Remove Pakistan. The threat will disappear permanently.” Today the collapse of Pakistan as a state is almost certain. All the King’s men cannot save it from itself.

    Looking ahead, New Delhi should formulate an appropriate strategy for ‘post-Pakistan scenario’ to secure India’s interests in Central Asia.

    It is intriguing, therefore, to hear New Delhi mouthing the falsehood that stable Pakistan is in India’s interest. Perpetuation of such illogic for vote-bank politics is harming consolidation and integration of the Union. Short-sighted politicians as usual are overlooking the national interest for the short-term personal gains of few votes!

    Bharat Verma, Editor Indian Defence Review


    • When Pakistan was formed, it had one textile mill and one jute mill which did not work. Today manufacturing is a major sector.
      Your information is inaccurate. Wiki is not an authentic source. GNP PER CAPITA is is the ONLY measure for comparitive benchmarking. Who the heck is “photius”? Growth rate for 2008 is an anomoly due to various issues. If you need to look at growth rate look at 60 years. The Bharati “internal” poverty line.”Indian” poverty line is bogus. It is one fourth of the Pakistani Poverty line. The Bharati “poverty line’ is even below the Sub Saharan poverty line. We have to compare in Dollars only.
      The areas comprising Bharat have always had a higher literacy rate than the areas that comprise Pakistan today. The economic depression of the Muslims, neglect discrimination were the main reasons for the creation of Pakistan.
      In 1947 Pakistan had only one dilapidated university. Now it has 150. When the devanagri script was imposed in South Asia all Muslims became illiterate overnght. This was catastrophic. If you look at the literacy numbers in the 1940 or the 30s, the Western part of South Asia was illiterate. The literacy statistic is accurate number and we accept it.
      In the 40s he literacy rate was less than 10%. In the 60s it rose to 20%. In the 80s it was 50%. Now it is in the upper 60s. The literacy growth rate is high and since 1947 Pakistanis are getting literate at a higher rate than before. This 10 year plan calls for universal literacy within 10 years.
      The bottom line is that Bharat has most of the poor in the world and 75% of Bharatis live below the poverty line.
      Pakistan has better infrastructure, better roads, better airports, better cities and less poor.


      • Modern India unambiguously regards itself as the dominant power in the region. It has waged war with China, three wars with Pakistan, occupied the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir, annexed the Portuguese enclave of Goa, seized the princely Muslim state of Junagadh, annexed the Himalayan state of Sikkim, exerts political control over Nepal and Bhutan, intervened militarily in Pakistan’s civil war which established Bangladesh, intervenes in the Tamil-Sinhalese violence in Sri Lanka, continues to conflict with Pakistan over the boundary of the Siachen glacier and is adamant in its refusal to implement a series of United Nations resolutions starting in 1948 calling for a plebiscite in Kashmi


      • you have mentioned the little things Pakistan had. Why havn’t you mentioned the size-able portion of fertile land it got…i:e PUNJAB…..more than 65% of original Punjab was given to Pakistan. Atleast you all had enough food to fill your tummies!
        And talking about the present day Pak development, don’t you dare say that the money you’ve got from US has no role to play in it although it was given for other purposes which we all know. Pakistan has misappropriated the funds given to it. talking about the infrastructure, I’ve been to Pakistan and it is no ways better, I’ve traveled from Peshawar to Lahore via car and I didn’t find anything that amazed me.
        Pakistan has availed a bailout of $100 billion and you are saying that Pakistan is better! Go get a life.

        Leaving apart rest of the things, there’s one thing India will always be ahead in : GENDER EQUALITY. Don’t say that it is in Pak also. If it was, why do only women wear burka and why do women have such a low status in society?


  13. Stable Pakistan not in India’s interest
    By Bharat Verma
    Issue: Vol. 23.3Indians pose the biggest threat to the union of India. The reason is simple. An average Indian does not constitute a nation but is merely an individual. His personal well-being overrides all other considerations including the national interests.

    Therefore, many have begun to propagate parting of Kashmir in their write-ups, since it does not belong individually to them. However, imagine the hue and cry if their personal property and family is held hostage by the terrorists. They will sing a different tune!

    The blame lies with New Delhi. For the past sixty years, instead of consolidating the Union, leaders encouraged divisiveness on the basis of religion and caste for sheer vote bank politics. Instead of unifying its citizenry with good governance and increasing their stakes through prosperity, so that they may serve the cause of the nation with honor, it has treated its citizens with unprecedented shabbiness. The result is groups of citizens have risen against the state, mostly for lack of economic progress and denial of justice. Such disgruntled groups are being taken advantage of by the external forces inimical to India.

    There can never be unity in diversity. Unity requires a fair amount of uniformity in laws throughout the Union.

    That New Delhi is its own enemy became obvious, when it permitted the creation of a pure Islamic State on its borders. This nation-state contradicts every democratic and multi-cultural values dear to India.

    Therefore, if New Delhi has not slept a wink since the creation of Pakistan, it has no one except itself to blame!

    Islamabad, besides the wars it imposed on New Delhi, extended its so-called Islamic purity to the Kashmir Valley by instigating the locals to carry out ethnic cleansing of the minority communities.

    Hence, first we created a state with inbuilt characteristic of fundamentalism, and extreme philosophy contrary to our professed beliefs; then the monster in it started ethnic cleansing in the Valley; and engineered demographic changes through Bangladesh in West Bengal, Assam and the Northeast. Saudi Arabia and other Islamic oil-rich countries pitched in with the petro-dollars in support. All in the cause of the illusion called Ummah and establishing the Caliphate!

    The Indian leadership for its personal vote-bank gains helped these inimical forces by bringing the IMDT in Assam. Later, it was slammed as illegal by the Supreme Court. Too late – the damage was done, as the Union’s overburdened security forces, grapple with 15 million illegal Bangladesh infiltrators creating mayhem in the society.

    Islamabad, Dhaka, and now Kathmandu, spurred on by Beijing, have united with the singular agenda to unhook the Valley and the Northeast from the Union. In addition, they are instigating the Maoists who control almost forty percent of the Union’s territory, to set up a parallel government, and ultimately, like the Maoists in Nepal, win the elections in pockets of their influence, and impose a regressive authoritarian governments in tune with their own regime. Simple. Brilliant. And yet, New Delhi, instead of consolidating and unifying the Union, continues to divide its citizenry in religious or caste denominations.

    In the past sixty years, New Delhi’s muddle-headed policies encouraged separatism.

    Instead of ensuring diffusion of secular pan-Indian culture, and integration of the society by encouraging Indians from all over to buy and develop land and industry in the Valley and the Northeast, it imposed restrictions on such settlements. Meanwhile, Pakistan and Bangladesh exported their fundamentalist populations to change the demographic hues in their interest. The ugly separatist face of the agitation in the Valley today is the consequence of the dereliction of the fundamental duty by the Union.

    The trend needs to be reversed forcibly by integrating the Valley firmly into the Indian mainstream by creating a secular mix of population through industrialisation.

    Many conveniently propose the myth that a stable Pakistan is in India’s interest. This is a false proposition.

    The truth is that Pakistan is bad news for the Indian Union since 1947-stable or otherwise.

    It is factually correct that Islamabad has enjoyed brief periods of stability in the span of sixty years of its existence. However, during these phases of stability, it continued to export terrorism, fake currency, narcotics, and indulged in attempts to change demographics on our borders, cultivated sleeper cells and armed groups inside our territory to create an uprising at an appropriate time. Also, it aligned with Beijing and other powers, in a mutually beneficial scheme, to tie-down and ultimately cause a territorial split of the Union.

    With Pakistan on the brink of collapse due to massive internal as well as international contradictions, it is matter of time before it ceases to exist.

    Multiple benefits will accrue to the Union of India on such demise.

    If ever the national interests are defined with clarity and prioritised, the foremost threat to the Union (and for centuries before) materialised on the western periphery, continuously. To defend this key threat to the Union, New Delhi should extend its influence through export of both, soft and hard power towards Central Asia from where invasions have been mounted over centuries. Cessation of Pakistan as a state facilitates furtherance of this pivotal national objective.

    The self-destructive path that Islamabad chose will either splinter the state into many parts or it will wither away-a case of natural progression to its logical conclusion. In either case Baluchistan will achieve independence. For New Delhi this opens a window of opportunity to ensure that the Gwadar port does not fall into the hands of the Chinese. In this, there is synergy between the political objectives of the Americans and the Indians. Our existing goodwill in Baluchistan requires intelligent leveraging.

    Sindh and most of the non-Punjabi areas of Pakistan will be our new friends.

    Pakistan’s breakup will be a major setback to the Jihad Factory, as the core of this is located in Pakistan, and functions with the help of its army and the ISI. This in turn will ease pressures on India and the international community.

    With China’s one arm, i.e. Pakistan disabled, its expansionist plans will receive a severe jolt. Beijing continues to pose primary threat to New Delhi. Even as we continue to engage with it as constructively as possible, we must strive to remove the proxy. At the same time, it is prudent to extend moral support to the people of Tibet to sink Chinese expansionism in the morass of insurgency.

    For a change, let us do to them what they do to us!

    The chances of Central Asia getting infected with the Jihadi fervour will recede. Afghanistan will gain fair amount of stability. India’s access to Central Asian energy routes will open up. With disintegration of ISI’s inimical activities of infiltration and pushing of fake currency into India, from Nepal and Bangladesh will cease. Within the Union social harmony will improve enormously. Export of Islamic fundamentalism, with its 360-degree sweep from Islamabad, will vanish. Even a country like Thailand will heave a sigh of relief!

    Above all, the gathering storm of threat from a united group of authoritarian regimes along our 14,000 km borders, orchestrated and synchronised by Pakistan will dissolve.

    At the height of the recent disturbances in the Valley, when a general asked me for a suggestion to resolve the issue, I said: “Remove Pakistan. The threat will disappear permanently.” Today the collapse of Pakistan as a state is almost certain. All the King’s men cannot save it from itself.

    Looking ahead, New Delhi should formulate an appropriate strategy for ‘post-Pakistan scenario’ to secure India’s interests in Central Asia.

    It is intriguing, therefore, to hear New Delhi mouthing the falsehood that stable Pakistan is in India’s interest. Perpetuation of such illogic for vote-bank politics is harming consolidation and integration of the Union. Short-sighted politicians as usual are overlooking the national interest for the short-term personal gains of few votes!

    Bharat Verma, Editor Indian Defence Review


  14. […] Also checkout: BrassTacks Response to the Mumbai Dossier […]


  15. To B. Verma, dream on you coward, hindu. It is easy to give suggestion when you are hiding between the two legs, of your….” B”. Come out and Face Us with your Ugly Face, only then,IF you were able to, you can bark as much and as long you wish. you coward, P_sy suckers, could not even do, any thing to Us, When we divorced you, sixty years ago, and left everything for you MF-rs, so that you can get Fat. Now with the blessing of ALlah(swt), the only king that we need on our side, not only we can effectively match but also can Kick the Holly Rama shitt, out of you all along with your Allie, the Jew. Before,you even think about, harming us, you better watch your cow Dung smelling, rotten mouth, otherwise, your doggy tongue will be in your bottom hole.
    Remember,hey you, demented Hindu, it is not you, who gave us our Pakistan, rather we left yours monkey, shooder Asses because as Muslims we did not wanted to live with you Untouchables( All Hindus For US). We ruled over you Bastards for 1000 years and God willing, will do the Same,For another 100 thousand years, Just wait and count your Balls (IF you have them, of course). But I promise, we will keep you around, rather then getting rid of you , after all we would need Some slaves to Clean our toilets.


    • Wow, what mastery of language… Of course, Islam is a peaceful religion and you are the best example of it, dear jg…


    • So much hate… why?


  16. gud job by sir Zaid hamid…God bless ya


  17. […] VIDEO: BrassTacks Response to the Mumbai Dossier RADIO: Zaid Hamid on Politics and Governance VIDEO: Zaid Hamid – Lecture on Indian Intentions TEXT: Zaid Hamid on the 1971 war and the creation of Bangladesh (URDU) VIDEO: Zaid Hamid on Khula Such VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan January 2nd | Another Link VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan – December 30th | Another Link | Another Link VIDEO: Waqt TV: Zaid Hamid – Rise & Shine VIDEO: Zaid Hamid on Samaa TV VIDEO: Amaresh Misra on Geo making a few stunning revelations. RADIO: Amaresh Misra & Ahmad Qureshi on Chicago’s ABN Radio, Nov 30. VIDEO: Zaid Hamid: Siyasat Aur Pakistan Latest Episode RADIO: Zaid Hamid on ABN Chicago Radio VIDEO: Zaid Hamid confronts Bharat Verma – THE FULL UNCUT VIDEO VIDEO: News1 TV: Black White & Grey VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan – Latest Episode VIDEO: Mumbai Drama Exposed | Ahmed Quraishi & Zaid Hamid VIDEO: BrassTacks – Full Analysis of Mumbai Attacks VIDEO: False Flag Attack in Mumbai & Hindu Terrorism […]


  18. […] VIDEO: BrassTacks Response to the Mumbai Dossier RADIO: Zaid Hamid on Politics and Governance VIDEO: Zaid Hamid – Lecture on Indian Intentions TEXT: Zaid Hamid on the 1971 war and the creation of Bangladesh (URDU) VIDEO: Zaid Hamid on Khula Such VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan January 2nd | Another Link VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan – December 30th | Another Link | Another Link VIDEO: Waqt TV: Zaid Hamid – Rise & Shine VIDEO: Zaid Hamid on Samaa TV VIDEO: Amaresh Misra on Geo making a few stunning revelations. RADIO: Amaresh Misra & Ahmad Qureshi on Chicago’s ABN Radio, Nov 30. VIDEO: Zaid Hamid: Siyasat Aur Pakistan Latest Episode RADIO: Zaid Hamid on ABN Chicago Radio VIDEO: Zaid Hamid confronts Bharat Verma – THE FULL UNCUT VIDEO VIDEO: News1 TV: Black White & Grey VIDEO: Siyasat Aur Pakistan – Latest Episode VIDEO: Mumbai Drama Exposed | Ahmed Quraishi & Zaid Hamid VIDEO: BrassTacks – Full Analysis of Mumbai Attacks VIDEO: False Flag Attack in Mumbai & Hindu Terrorism […]


  19. […] Also Read: BrassTacks’ Response to the Mumbai Dossier […]


  20. […] Zaid Hamid With Pakistan First VIDEO: BrassTacks Response to the Mumbai Dossier RADIO: Zaid Hamid on Politics and Governance VIDEO: Zaid Hamid – Lecture on Indian Intentions TEXT: […]


  21. […] Zaid Hamid With Pakistan First VIDEO: BrassTacks Response to the Mumbai Dossier RADIO: Zaid Hamid on Politics and Governance VIDEO: Zaid Hamid – Lecture on Indian Intentions TEXT: […]


  22. […] Edition | Zaid Hamid’s banned program’s leaked video AUDIO: Zaid Hamid With Pakistan First VIDEO: BrassTacks Response to the Mumbai Dossier RADIO: Zaid Hamid on Politics and Governance VIDEO: Zaid Hamid – Lecture on Indian Intentions TEXT: […]


  23. good information,
    but R. Malik is also indian agents who is doing good job for indian.


  24. the english have left but they left in a fine mess. still 2 countries fighting, were one. guess the english were and are the smartest. rest we can get ugly and shamefull and illiterate in our language, truly sad.

    indian


  25. this is in reply to the post by t.y. dude u pakistanis seriously need to learn ur history lessons. its obvious u havent.. so let me give u a little bit of history.
    we did not wage war with china. it was they who waged war with us. we did not attack pak,on all three occassions ull attacked us. we did not occupy the territory of the state of jammu and kashmir, it was aceeded to us by the ruler just like every Indian state.
    Annexed the portuguese enclave of goa:-)lol.. bro i havent heard anything so ridiculous in my entire life:-) who in the world gave the portuguese permission to invade and capture Indian territory anyway?? colonial bas@3rds.. Intervened in pakisatans civil war?? u guys treated the bangladeshis worst than medeival slaves. every home in bangladesh which had a girl had become a brothel for the pakistani army. ull lost that war within 2 weeks too none the less.
    tamil sinhalese conflict was a matter of pride for us.. because those tamilians were ethnically Indians and they screamed for help. the conflict would not have started first of all if the sinhalese had treated the tamils like humans rather than animals. bro they were second class citizens without basic human rights.
    as for the mumbai attacks, please just get over it.. we have better work to do than what was shown above. its u guys who are fighting to get back state after state in the north west from illeterate so called holy warriors of Islam not us.
    for ur information, i am a muslim. and a proud Indian. not a muslim in a country where i am called a muhazir(hoping u know what it means). when i was born, the captain of the Indian cricket team was Mohd Azharuddin and capt of the hockey team was Shakeel Ahmed. today i live in a country whose prime minister is a sikh, leader of ruling party a christian and of foreign origin and our president a muslim. who by the way is also the missile man of India, our top nuclear scientist and as president, commander in chief of the armed forces of The Union Of India, A.P.J Abdul Kalam Azad.
    and in response to jg, u fucking demented beef eating bastard, atleast have the guts to write ur own name. or like the paki army even ur too afraid to get beaten:-) asshole, i am a muslim, and i live in India just like 15crore others. how the fuck did akbar, jehangir, aurangzeb, become pakistanis when they were born in delhi?? use ur peanut sized brain and think about it. rule over India?? fucking cunt.. the way things are goiong i would be surprised if u can hold on to swat, peshawar or balochistan. forget tourism, no country is ready to even come and play a game of cricket with u dickheads.
    u fucking bastards need such a kick on ur ass to work, democracy could not even last 2decades. u needed a kick ass millitary dictator to rule u guys, whos ass incidently got kicked by India.
    we dont kill and do hallal to foreign journos who come and work here. hence Indias f.d.i is amongst the highest in the world.
    just to finish off,pakistani artists such as meera, atif aslam and adnan sami come to India to work.not he other way round. mukesh ambani can buy every company listed on the karachi stock exchange and still be left with over $60million. but heres the kicker. he isnt even Indias richest.
    Aziz Premji is. Who is a muslim. All the best to ur Pakistan.


  26. hindu fascists winning the war?? tell this fucking defence analyst to go home. the secular congress party has come to power as the single largest party. with 202 seats in an assembly of just over 500.
    our prime minister Sardar ManMohan Singh is the only prime minister to do a second consecutive term in office after Pandit Nehru. This is how secular we are. 10years of continous congress rule. hope another dictator doesnt come to power in Pakistan.


  27. keep it up zaid hamid….



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