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Benazir Bhutto: Darte hain bandooqon walay – by Habib Jalib

Benazir Bhutto - minutes before her assassination

Dartay hain bandooqon walay ek nehatti larki say
Phailay hain himmat kay ujalay ek nehatti larki say
Daray hooway hain maray hooway hain larzeeda larzeeda hain
Mulla, tajir, general jiyalay, ek nehatti larki say
“Aazadi ki baat naa kar, logon say na mil”, yeh kehtay hain
Bayhiss, zalim, dil kay kaalay, ek nehatti larki say

(Habib Jalib)

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7 COMMENTS:

Munna said…
The porkers in the middle seem to show more character than the stalwarts pictured above and below them. I kinda feel bad for the piglets being in such dubious company.

15 MARCH 2009 13:35
Abdul said…
@Munna. lol. I too feel pity for these poor piglets. what an ignominious company they are condemned to in this post!

15 MARCH 2009 18:30
Aamir Mughal said…
Dear Moderators,

4 photos are missing:

Let me help you.

General Javed Nasir [Fomer ISI Chief

Nawaz Sharif and Lt. General (Retd) Javed Nasir.

http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2008/12/nawaz-sharif-and-lt-general-retd-javed.html

General Mahmud [Former ISI Chief]

Pakistan’s chief spy Lt. General Mahmoud Ahmad “was in the US when the attacks occurred.” He arrived in the US on the 4th of September, a full week before the attacks. He had meetings at the State Department “after” the attacks on the WTC. But he also had “a regular visit of consultations” with his US counterparts at the CIA and the Pentagon during the week prior to September 11.

Cover-up or Complicity of the Bush Administration? The Role of Pakistan’s Military Intelligence (ISI) in the September 11 Attacks by Michel Chossudovsky Professor of Economics, University of Ottawa
Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG), Montréal Posted at globalresearch.ca 2 November 2001

http://www.globalresearch.ca/articles/CHO111A.html

Nawaz Sharif and Lt. General (Retd) Mahmud Ahmed

http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2008/12/nawaz-sharif-and-lt-general-retd-mahmud.html

Brigadier Imtiaz [Former Deputy ISI Chief]

Undercover Chaos by Dr. Hamid Hussain

http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2009/03/undercover-chaos-by-dr-hamid-hussain.html

Major Aamir [Former Deputy of Brigadier Imtiaz]

Major Aamir’s interview with Dr Shahid Masood

Mere Mutabiq – Major Aamir

15 MARCH 2009 19:41
Abdul said…
@Aamir, Thank you for the links. I could not find pictures of Brigadier Imtiaz and Major Amir. Any clue?

16 MARCH 2009 07:39
Aamir Mughal said…
Dear Abdul Sahab,

The book “Agenciyon Ki Hukoomat” by Azher Sohail published by Jang Publisher has the picture of Imtiaz, I dont if one can pause and still the youtube video to get the image of Major Aamir.

Former Pakistan intelligence chief sentenced

Tuesday, 31 July, 2001, 14:58 GMT 15:58 UK

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/1466874.stm

A former intelligence chief in Pakistan has been sentenced to eight years imprisonment for corruption.
The official, retired Brigadier Imtiaz Billa, who was director-general of the Intelligence Bureau during Nawaz Shariff’s first government, was found guilty of large-scale corruption and misappropriation of funds.

His son, Nadeem Imtiaz, who was earlier declared an absconder, was also found guilty of corruption and sentenced to a three-year jail term in absentia.

Brigadier Imtiaz Billa served in the army-run Inter-services Intelligence and later as head of the civilian Intelligence Bureau.

He was arrested after the military seized power in October 1999.

From the newsroom of the BBC World Service

16 MARCH 2009 12:49
Anonymous said…
WHY DID PPP FORGOT THE ISLAMIC SOCIALISM OF BHUTTO ???????????

22 APRIL 2009 12:07

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