Thursday, February 26, 2009

The Final Push for World Government

Throughout the history of mankind, the elite have always fought for world empire. Now, using secrecy and international banking systems, they are making their final push for world government. Only an educated and informed public can stop them in their tracks.

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Speaker at the beginning: Carl Sagan

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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

NISWA - Be careful of who you marry

NISWA - Be careful of who you are marrying.

According to NISWA a non profit organization based out of Los Angeles California, domestic violence is not limited to villages or towns, but in fact, women in big cities are also suffering from this torture. Many girls from Pakistan are approached by Pakistani families living in the US for marriage of their daughters or sons. NISWA wants to inform the families in Pakistan that whenever a man or his family approaches a family in Pakistan for their daughters marriage, the first thing they should do is do a back check on the family and the most important thing to do is not to rush in decision making, because one wrong move can destroy an innocent girls life forever. Imran Siddiqui reports from Los Angeles California.

Saturday, February 07, 2009

Khalid Hasan sets aside his pen

Khalid Hasan sets aside his pen
By Anwar Iqbal

WASHINGTON, Feb. 6 – Many got used to reading Khalid Hasan’s witty, thoughtful and honest opinions in his columns, written first in Lahore, and then sent from London, Vienna and Washington. They will read no more.

The man who wrote for almost half a century, no matter where he was, has now set aside his pen. He has embarked upon a voyage from where nobody writes back.

Born in Srinagar 74 years ago, Khalid Hasan breathed his last at Invoa Fairfax Hospital in Northern Virginia on Friday night at 10: 15 p.m.

But as long as he stayed on the stage, he kept his audience spell-bound. “You must be happy with your accomplishments?” he was asked.

“Accomplishments?” he laughed and recited one of his favourite verses of Ghalib: “It passes aimlessly, even if you have an eternal life; even Khizar, (who is supposed to live till the end of time) will say tomorrow, what I did with my life!”

Mr Hasan’s funeral takes places on Saturday, Feb. 7, at 1.30 p.m., at Aden Muslim Funeral Services, 1242 Easy Street, Woodbridge, Virginia 22191.

He was brave and honourable in life and maintained it on his deathbed as well, preparing himself to appear before his Creator with the same grace that marked his life.

Mr Hasan was born in a distinguished Kashmiri family. His father, Dr Noor Hussain, was an accomplished physician. K. H. Khurshid, Quaid-e-Azam’s private secretary and the first president of Azad Kashmir was his cousin and brother-in-law.

Mr Hasan began his long career in journalism and writing with The Pakistan Times, Lahore as senior reporter and columnist in 1967.

In December, 1971, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto invited Mr Hasan to join him as his first press secretary. He went on to spend five years in the country's Foreign Service, with postings in Paris, Ottawa and London.

He resigned in protest when the Bhutto government was overthrown by Gen. Zia-ul-Haq and worked in London with the Third World Foundation and the Third World Media before leaving to join the newly-established OPEC News Agency in Vienna, Austria, where he stayed for 10 years.

Mr Hasan returned to Pakistan briefly in 1991 where he worked as a freelance journalist for the next two years.

He moved to Washington DC in 1993 and worked out of there as US correspondent for The Nation, Lahore. From 1997 to 2000 he was in Pakistan as head of the Shalimar Television Network.

He returned to Washington in 2000 as special correspondent of the Associated Press of Pakistan, which he left to join Daily Times and The Friday Times, Lahore in 2002. He continued to work as the correspondent and columnist of these two publications in Washington.

Khalid Hasan was a prolific writer and translator. He had published over 40 books, in Pakistan and abroad. He also published eleven collections of reportage, political, literary and social writings.

Pakistan has lost “lost a great journalist,” said Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani when told of Mr Hasan’s death.

Information Minister Sherry Rehman, a close friend, observed: “Mr Hasan “was one of those rare journalists who earned respect for standing tall in a profession.”

Pakistan’s ambassador in Washington, Husain Haqqani, described him as “an accomplished man of letters” and said “he was a gentleman journalist who made an impression on everyone he met.”

“An impression he did make on our hearts,” said one of Mr Hasan’s colleagues in Washington when he heard of his death. “But we all perish. We do.” He then recited another couplet from Ghalib, which was also among Mr Hasan’s favourite verses of that great poet. “Don’t trust this existence, no; this entire universe that you see is nothing but illusion.”

This illusion, is so “full of sound and fury” and yet “signifying nothing.”
Or perhaps it is significant when a person’s departure touches so many hearts, the colleague said.


Khalid Hasan website
Khalid Hasan wikipedia

No one should take journalists too seriously, especially journalists themselves because what they write in the
morning, is used to wrap fish in the same evening.

- Maulana Charagh Hasan Hasrat

(who forgot more about journalism than most of us will ever learn about it)

Words of wisdom on Khalid Hasan homepage
May God rest his soul in heaven.

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

First Lady Speaks at Education Dept.

First Lady Speaks at Education Dept.

Imran Siddiqui's Facebook profile