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Topic: King Khatmal of Karachi
Posted By: abisafyan
Subject: King Khatmal of Karachi
Date Posted: 22 May 2007 at 8:58am
King Khatmal of Karachi
Altaf Hussein, the ‘King Khatmal’ is a hard core & sadistic terrorist; he is responsible for the poor Pakistanis massacre in Karachi. The British Government must extradite him if the UK believes in War against Terror for real!!!
Mr. Blair must be fair at least in this case!!! MQM also uses to employ and deploy a sizeable contingent of hired assassins as well as POs (viz proclaimed offenders) on tactical levels and let them loose whenever required according to them for the onslaught. I have therefore been sending my proposal repeatedly to the high-up that all the DPOs as well as SHOs of Police be made bound by time intervals and be given specific targets of POs arrests, for such roaming POs are the extremely horrible & fitting for such lucrative jobs by default - like the stray and rabid dogs have been!!!



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Posted By: Sign*Reader
Date Posted: 22 May 2007 at 2:08pm
Originally posted by abisafyan

King Khatmal of Karachi
Altaf Hussein, the ‘King Khatmal’ is a hard core & sadistic terrorist; he is responsible for the poor Pakistanis massacre in Karachi. The British Government must extradite him if the UK believes in War against Terror for real!!!
Mr. Blair must be fair at least in this case!!! MQM also uses to employ and deploy a sizeable contingent of hired assassins as well as POs (viz proclaimed offenders) on tactical levels and let them loose whenever required according to them for the onslaught. I have therefore been sending my proposal repeatedly to the high-up that all the DPOs as well as SHOs of Police be made bound by time intervals and be given specific targets of POs arrests, for such roaming POs are the extremely horrible & fitting for such lucrative jobs by default - like the stray and rabid dogs have been!!!


If Altaf is Khatmal then Busharraf must be one too! Is that right?


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Kismet Domino: Faith/Courage/Liberty/Abundance/Selfishness/Immorality/Apathy/Bondage or extinction.


Posted By: Whisper
Date Posted: 26 May 2007 at 6:04pm

If Altaf is Khatmal then Busharraf must be one too! Is that right?
Brother, kunand hum jinss b' hum jinss parwaaz

When these two Great Pardners began their journy in rulling (or, misrulling) poor Pakistan, Altaaf bhai (wonder if you have ever watched Munna Bhai MBBS? or understand what Bhai stads for in Mumbai?) asked the general if he could end his self adorned exile and return to his beloved Karachi?

The general had his typical street corner Bhai's slanted smile and said "anytime, anythime Bhai, it will be a great pleasure as far I go". "I will provide you all the facilities and full protection against all those hundreds of your victims"

He added, "but in just one small corner I may prove a bit helpless"

Bhai had caught hold of some poor major riding down a Karachi lane, on a motor bike, one fine evening. They needed some minor assistance from the Major s'ab and couldn't possibly made him to agree.

The major didn't give in when the Munna Bhai gang drilled in his left knee cap. While they were drilling through his right knee cap, he collapsed and died.

Today, three of his course mates are Brigadiers and two, Major Generals. Three of these hail from almost 10 kilometres from his ancestral village - and, all are with generations of soldiering traditions running through their landowning families and feverishly clanish.

The General has been told, by these army officers, in no uncertain terms, that the day they lay their hnds on Munna Bhai they would entertain him with exactly the same music of a Black & Dekker electric drill.

Is it hard now to understand why this great Leader of Pakistan doesn't set foot even in Karachi his ilk rules?



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Sasha Khanzadeh


Posted By: Israfil
Date Posted: 26 May 2007 at 6:18pm

Whisper......

If I could, I'd vote for you to be our president......Perhaps your stern intellect for Middle Eastern politics would perhaps shed some "Empyrean" light on this world.



Posted By: Sign*Reader
Date Posted: 28 May 2007 at 9:34am
Paa Sasha:
I was just wondering can't these three musketeers pull Eichmann on this khatmal?

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Kismet Domino: Faith/Courage/Liberty/Abundance/Selfishness/Immorality/Apathy/Bondage or extinction.


Posted By: ak_m_f
Date Posted: 28 May 2007 at 10:02pm
Originally posted by Sign*Reader

Paa Sasha:I was just wondering can't these three musketeers pull Eichmann on this khatmal?


There are much bigger Eichmann wandering around.

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Posted By: Whisper
Date Posted: 29 May 2007 at 7:03am

Paa Sasha:
I was just wondering can't these three musketeers pull Eichmann on this khatmal?

Naw, Paa jee, all such Kings are kept as great British assets, with tight 24 / 7 security covers. But I know some muchhals waiting for the day when he sets foot (better still, both his feet!) in Pakistan.

One of them is a tough Brigadier that even our disfunctional General speaks with as some tame Persian kitten, not as the 7th Augsust born Leo that he is supposed to be.



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Sasha Khanzadeh


Posted By: Whisper
Date Posted: 29 May 2007 at 7:05am

If I could, I'd vote for you to be our president......Perhaps your stern intellect for Middle Eastern politics would perhaps shed some "Empyrean" light on this world.

Brother, come to Manchester to interview me for the job. We will bribe the other judges with some hot Indian curries or Afghani kebabs.



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Sasha Khanzadeh


Posted By: Sign*Reader
Date Posted: 13 June 2007 at 1:43am
Latest development from British Parliament in  London
http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/?m=1405" title="See more information about George Galloway">George Galloway speaks and demands answers from the Minister on the King of Khatmal's status in UK

AND SLAMS DICTATOR MUSHARRAF

I have an interest in Pakistan. I hold the highest civil award that the country can bestow, the Hilal-i-Quaid-i-Azam, given to me at the end of the 1980s for my work for the restoration of democracy in Pakistan at the end of an earlier bout of military dictatorship supported at the time by the then http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Government - British Government . I also hold the second highest civil award in Pakistan, the Hilal-i-Pakistan, given to me for my work on behalf of the rights of the people of Kashmir. Until the military overthrow of democracy in Pakistan, I worked closely with all the democratic parties in the country.

It is worth establishing a time line. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Musharraf - General Musharraf , as we used to call him when he seized power in a military coup in 1999—before we began to call him http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_Musharraf - President Musharraf , an office to which he appointed himself—came to power having imprisoned and then exiled the democratic political leaders in the country. In 2002 he held a referendum, an extraordinary one even by the standards of eastern potentates, in which he won 97 per cent. of the vote. The referendum was described by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transparency_International - Transparency International as blatantly rigged, and the accompanying parliamentary elections in 2002 were described in the same way by all international and disinterested observers. At that time Musharraf made a promise that he would cease to be chief of http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=100" title="http://www.army.mod.uk/" class="glossary - the army general staff, a promise on which he has reneged.

In September 2006 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amnesty_International - Amnesty International issued a detailed report on human rights abuses in Pakistan, alleging that the Musharraf Government were responsible for violating

"a wide array of human rights".

The alleged violations included torture, unlawful detention, enforced disappearance, extrajudicial execution, unlawful transfer of persons to the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States - United States and other countries, and arbitrary arrests.

That date, September 2006, is important. Two months later, in November 2006—just over six months ago—the British Prime http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister visited President Musharraf, and this is what he said. He paid tribute to General Musharraf for

"symbolising the future for Muslim countries the world over."

I want the House to keep those words in its mind. The Prime http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister praised Musharraf, the military dictator of Pakistan, for

"symbolising the future for Muslim countries the world over."

Let us see what has happened in Pakistan since the Prime http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister uttered those words. The chief justice, Iftikhar Chaudhry, insisted on hearing cases of "missing persons" and objecting to the privatisation of a steel mill. I think we know who may have taken over; perhaps new Labour's biggest donor, Mr. Mittal, who has given millions of pounds to the Labour party. The chief justice would have none of it and was told by President Musharraf that he must resign. He refused to resign and, on 16 March, just three months after Prime http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister Blair held Musharraf as symbolising the future for Muslim countries, the chief justice was supported by demonstrations throughout the country by lawyers, civil society groups and http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=29" title="The Opposition are the political parties in the House of Commons other than..." class="glossary - Opposition parties, which were savagely assailed by General Musharraf's armed forces. That included the first of many attacks on independent television stations.

On 26 April, the chief justice made a 26-hour journey by car from Islamabad to Lahore and was welcomed by vast crowds along the way. On 12 May, the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_of_Sindh - Government of Sindh , a coalition Government of Musharraf's king's party and the Muttahida Quami Movement, led from London by a British citizen, Altaf Hussain, to whom I shall return, laid siege to the city. The main thoroughfares were blocked, lawyers and their supporters were attacked outside the Karachi Bar with batons and the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MQM - MQM militants fired bullets indiscriminately into the peaceful demonstrators. Eleven members of the Pakistan Peoples party were killed, 10 members of the Justice Movement of Imran Khan, with whom I met today and who is meeting the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leader_of_the_Opposition - Leader of the Opposition tomorrow—I am not sure whether the http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister will find time in his busy schedule to meet Imran Khan—were wounded, as were scores of others. Last week, just seven months after the Prime http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister said that Musharraf symbolised the future for Muslim countries around the world, all independent television stations were closed down and a draconian ordinance on the press was introduced.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Rights_Watch - Human Rights Watch , an organisation oft quoted approvingly by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Her_Majesty%27s_Government - Her Majesty's Government , says that

"As president, Musharraf has arbitrarily amended the Pakistani constitution to strengthen the power of the presidency, marginalize elected representatives, and formalize the role of http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=100" title="http://www.army.mod.uk/" class="glossary - the army in government"

and claimed military impunity for abuses. It goes on:

"These abuses include extrajudicial killings, torture, arbitrary arrests".

In http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Guardian - The Guardian today, there is a story about how those independent television stations have been taken off the air and journalists fired upon. One television station, Aaj TV, was attacked for six hours in Karachi during the unrest accompanying the chief justice of Pakistan's visit to the city. The report states that a large demonstration was tear-gassed, bullets were fired, batons and rubber bullets were used, television stations were taken off the air and 52 bullets were fired into the television studio of Aaj TV.

The http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/US - US State Department—I quote it because the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Government - United States Government often act in synchronicity with our own—says that the MQM, which is the power in Karachi,

"has been widely accused of human rights abuses since its foundation two decades ago"

and it goes on:

"In the mid-1990s, the MQM-A was heavily involved"—

not alleged to be heavily involved—

"in the widespread political violence that wracked Pakistan's southern Sindh province".

Three Members of Congress, led by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Biden - Joseph Biden , another man close to new Labour, wrote the following letter just a few days ago to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condoleezza_Rice - Condoleezza Rice :

"Dear Secretary Rice...we have witnessed the spiral of civil unrest and harshly-suppressed protest in Pakistan...We ask that you publicly call for an immediate end to the violence, and urge the government of Pakistan to commit to holding free and fair elections by the year's end."

Nothing less will be acceptable from the http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister this evening.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Biden - Joe Biden and his fellow Senators say that President Musharraf's dismissal of the chief justice has sparked protests from tens of thousands,

"spearheaded by bar associations, and supported by moderate political parties and civil society organizations".

They say:

"The violence in Karachi appears to show disturbing signs of collusion between MQM and government forces"

leading to the deaths and wounding of http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=29" title="The Opposition are the political parties in the House of Commons other than..." class="glossary - Opposition party militants and other protestors—and they go on, and on. They say in the final paragraph:

"The national interests of the United States and of Pakistan are both served by a speedy restoration of full democracy to Pakistan, and by an end to state-sponsored intimidation—often violent—of Pakistani citizens protesting government actions in a legal and peaceful manner. We urge you to make a public appeal to this end, and to raise these matters forcefully in your interactions with Pakistani government officials."

Again, nothing less will be acceptable from the http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister when he addresses the House this evening.

Following my discussions today with Imran Khan, I want to emphasise that my primary concern, and that of most Pakistanis living in Britain, is this: why is Altaf Hussain being allowed to conduct from a sofa in Edgware a terrorist campaign and a campaign of extortion of businesses and citizens in Sindh, and why was he given British citizenship? I would like the Minister to answer the following question tonight, and if he does not have the answer to hand I would like him to write to me to inform me of it: was Altaf Hussain ever refused British citizenship, and if he was, what changed between that refusal and the granting of citizenship to him? It is extraordinary that in the middle of a so-called war on terror there is such a bloody reign of terror in a major Pakistani city—and there are millions of Pakistanis who are citizens of our country. A terrorist cell is operating from Edgware in the form of the MQM. Every day, Altaf Hussain, a British citizen, addresses his puppets in Karachi, giving them instructions on how they should govern, including how they should handle peaceful demonstrations.

The http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister smiles smugly. He might think that this is a small matter, but if this man, instead of being a stooge of General—sorry, President—Musharraf and of a Government allied to his own, were a hook-handed, glass-eyed ranting mullah, he would at best already be in Belmarsh and at worst he would be on a plane being deported to the country from where he absconded from murder charges.

This man is the godfather of Sindh—he is the godfather of Karachi—and he is living high on the hog from the extortion of the citizens of Karachi. I really do not know why the http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister finds this funny. It is a serious matter. The question that must be answered is this: how long will the British Government tolerate this situation that is occurring under their noses? Citizenship was given to Hussain under this Government in 1999, and it is my belief that he was refused citizenship under the previous Administration. I want to know why he was given citizenship, and why he is being allowed to operate with impunity.

Far from symbolising the future for the Muslim countries around the world, General Musharraf crystallises the problem which western Governments have in those countries. We tell people that we are invading countries in order to defend democracy and liberty, but we support dictators who crush democracy and liberty as long as they do so in concordance with western policy on other matters.

The slogan, "My enemy's enemy is my friend" is a deeply flawed one, but the Government do not seem to have learned that. They did not read the novel "Frankenstein" to the end. Dr. Frankenstein created a monster, but he lost control of it because we cannot control monsters. Across the border in Afghanistan, we helped to create the monster of jihadism and Islamist fundamentalism that became bin Laden and became the Taliban, on the principle that my enemy's enemy is my friend. However, Madam http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deputy_Speaker - Deputy Speaker , as we are finding in Iraq and to some extent in Palestine, our enemy's enemy is not always our friend. Sometimes, our enemy's enemy is worse than our enemy, and by allying ourselves with the former, making him our friend, we become complicit in the crimes that he commits.

Nobody in the Muslim world can believe that this Government are really interested in democracy and liberty in the Muslim world, so long as they are kissing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonel_Gaddafi - Colonel Gaddafi in the tent at Sirte—the same Colonel Gaddafi who brought down the Lockerbie airliner, we were told, with the deaths of hundreds of people; the same Colonel Gaddafi whom we said funded the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IRA - IRA 's bombing campaign in Britain through the '70s and '80s; the same Colonel Gaddafi whom we said shot down an English policewoman in a London square. Nobody can believe that Colonel Gaddafi deserves the kisses of the British Prime http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister . Nobody believes that Colonel Gaddafi has changed—just that he has changed sides.

Nobody believes that General Musharraf really is the President of Pakistan, and to treat him as if he is is an insult to the hundreds of millions of Pakistanis living under the iron heel of his dictatorship, not to mention the Pakistanis living as citizens in Britain, many of whom have traditionally voted for the Minister's party. So I hope that the http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister will bear that in mind when he answers this debate. General Musharraf is a tyrant who is about to fall. I urge this http://www.theyworkforyou.com/glossary/?gl=35" title="Ministers make up the Government and almost all are members of the House of..." class="glossary - Minister not to do as the now http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Owen - Lord Owen did in backing the tyrant http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shah_of_Persia - Shah of Persia until the last moments before he fell. It was because of western support for tyrants such as the Shah until the last moments that the radicalisation of such as the Islamic revolution in Iran took place.

My last words are these. Pakistan is a nuclear power. After Musharraf falls, no one knows who will replace him. Whose finger will be on the nuclear trigger in Pakistan once Musharraf falls? The Government would be doing Britain the favour that Biden and others are doing America by intervening now to distance themselves from this tyrant and to help the democratic forces come back to power in Pakistan.




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Kismet Domino: Faith/Courage/Liberty/Abundance/Selfishness/Immorality/Apathy/Bondage or extinction.


Posted By: ak_m_f
Date Posted: 16 June 2007 at 7:32pm

My last words are these. Pakistan is a nuclear power. After Musharraf falls, no one knows who will replace him. Whose finger will be on the nuclear trigger in Pakistan once Musharraf falls? The Government would be doing Britain the favour that Biden and others are doing America by intervening now to distance themselves from this tyrant and to help the democratic forces come back to power in Pakistan.


They can help by freezing the foreign assets of benazir; the millions of dollars of Pakistani people were stolen by this corrupted prime minister.

They should hand over Altaf hussein to Pakistani law authority as he is wanted in Pakistan for muder & terrorism.



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Posted By: Whisper
Date Posted: 19 June 2007 at 8:50am

They can help by freezing the foreign assets of benazir; the millions of dollars of Pakistani people were stolen by this corrupted prime minister.
Why would they do that? when such corrupt Poluticians are their best assets.

As far Altaf Bhai, not to worry the Three Kunjar Kahaar Muchhkeeper Brigadiers will do full justice with him the day he steps foot even his Koranchi stronghold.



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Sasha Khanzadeh



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