re-established under the newly nominated chairman Prof Dr. S. A. Abbas

Yesterday night:

Inqilab and Azadi rally of prominent figure Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri and Imran Khan,s protest in Islamabad against so called Prime Minister and his cabinet including Chief Minister of Punjab Mr. Shahbaz Sharif in Islamabad. 14 martyred and hundreds injured and including journalists, children and women in firing and tear gas used by the fraudulently elected government. Many journalists from various TV channels have been injured by the Police. A huge protest will be held today in front of the IG Police office in Islamabad through our all journalist unions.

Pakistani protester dies in clashes with police:
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Pakistani police on Sunday clashed with scattered pockets of anti-government protesters trying to advance on the prime minister’s residence after a night of violence that saw hundreds wounded and the first death in more than two weeks of peaceful demonstrations.

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The violence has raised the stakes in a political standoff, in which cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan and cleric Tahir-ul-Qadri have led twin protests demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, alleging massive voting fraud in the election that brought him into office last year in the country’s first democratic transfer of power.

Backed by parliament and many political parties, Sharif has refused to step down. Government negotiators have tried to convince Qadri and Khan to end their protests. Senior hospital official Dr. Wasim Khawaja said Qadri supporter Naveed Razzaq drowned in a ditch after he was in a crowd that was bombarded with tear gas. Hundreds of people were wounded overnight as police battled protesters with tear gas, batons and rubber bullets and open firing on these peaceful protesters near the premier’s official residence and the adjacent parliament building.

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The protesters started regrouping at daybreak Sunday and made repeated attempts to make their way through heavy deployment of police and barricades to reach the premier’s residence. Police strengthened their lines and responded by lobbing tear gas canisters. Scores of protesters, including women, carrying hammers and iron rods broke down a fence outside the parliament building late Saturday, enabling hundreds of people to enter the lawns and parking area, according to an Associated Press photographer at the scene.

Islamabad police chief Khalid Khattak falsely blamed that the said protesters were armed wire cutters, axes.

More than 500 people – including women, children and journalists were admitted to two government hospitals in the Pakistani capital, medics and police said. The injured had wounds from tear gas shells, batons, rubber bullets and firing bullets said, who heads the capital’s main hospital.

The protests began with a march from the eastern city of Lahore on Independence Day, Aug. 14, that eventually reached Islamabad. Khan and Qadri had called for millions of protesters to join, more than 100 of thousands were peacefully joined them in Islamabad.

The protesters’ presence was a historical peaceful demonstration. On Saturday similar marches were held in Lahore and Karachi, and on Sunday huge demonstrations were held in other towns. It is still continued and the demonstrators are united against the so called government of Nawaz Sharif. An FIR is also lounged in Lahore against the Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif and their many Ministers of Muslim League (N) against the Murders of the members of Tahir ul Qadri.

This government of Nawaz Sharif in Pakistan is now badly failed and proved criminals and terrorists last night, their brutality is still continued in Islamabad and other cities of Pakistan. Peoples are looking for an immediate Military action against them.
An immediate action is required as there is a confirmed reports that government is going to take a special action against some TV channels, senior journalists including anchors and as well as against Tahir ul Qadri and Imran Khan. Mr. Javaid Hashmi of PTI is already funded by this so called democratic government. Coming night is extremely dangerous for our countries future.

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Our chairman Prof Dr Syed Akbar Abbas has predicted that there will a good change in Pakistan History on 19th day of August 2014. This coming day is going to provide a good news to the Pakistani nation, as the sign of 19 is very important in holy Qur’an in Surah Muddasir.

The new change is also related to the current government of Pakistan. The agitation against the government is now in final hours and the Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Nawaz Sharif is fully failed to satisfy to the nation. He and CM Punjab Mr. Shahbaz Sharif must be charged in the FIR ordered by the Session Court of Lahore in relation to Model Town murder cases. The law should be followed by the present government equally in the light of justice.

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PAT and PTI rally against the current government……..
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The activists of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistani Awami Tehrik (PAT) en route to Islamabad to protest against alleged rigging in the 2013 general elections and to present their demands of electoral and administrative reform.

The government which was initially reluctant to allow the marchers finally gave its nod on Thursday evening, formally permitting the supporters and activists of both parties to march on the capital but warning over crossing any red lines and telling the marchers to stay away from the capital’s Red Zone area. Their was an incident of firing and injuries in the way and PTI supporters were under attack from Muslim League(N) in Gujranwala today:
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The real face of Daish (ISIS) has disclosed to the world.

The real face of Daish (ISIS) has disclosed to the world.


(IraqiNews.com) The conflict between Iraq’s government and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has begun to spread concerns throughout the region, particularly in India. Last week, the country was concerned over the unknown whereabouts of 40 Indian construction workers. The workers were in a territory that had been captured by the terrorist group ISIS.

Now, new concerns have emerged as India’s largest Shia organization began to recruit volunteers to defend Shia holy shrines in Iraq that may soon fall into the hands of ISIS. It is estimated that nearly 30,000 Indian Shia Muslims have already signed up to fight and applied for visas to fly into Iraq.

Map of greater Israel now in process

Map of greater Israel now in process


Various Indian Shia Muslim organizations are hoping that recruitment can build a force strong enough to defend the holy shrines against ISIS, as there are more than 50 million Shia Muslims in India led by those closely tied to Iran and Iraq.

India’s Shias said they would not stand by while Karbala is attacked again. Their recruits include bankers, students, doctors and engineers and their leaders have written to the Indian government to stress Isis’ support for terrorist attacks in India too.

“We have nearly 30,000 volunteers who have filled in the forms and given their passports and are ready to go any moment. Another hundred thousand have got in touch with us and have pledged their support. We are looking at a million volunteers to form a human chain around the holy shrines of Karbala and Najaf, in case the Isis attacks. We will do everything to stop the advance of the enemies”, said Syed Bilal, spokesman of Anjuman-e-Haideri which protects Delhi’s own ‘Karbala’ shrine.
“The volunteers are educated young men from different backgrounds. We do not plan to train them in arms. We will go there to fight them bare handed”, he added.
The dream of Israel is now in process to increase the area of Israel according to their map of greater Israel…….After Gaza’s control they will move towards Lebanon, Syria and Iraq for the said greater Israel and USA is fully involved in this dirty game of Israel, which is moving towards 3rd world war in near future. But again and again all the previous tactics and dirty policies of USA are not succeeded and will not be succeeded in future.
Anyhow, there will be a great loss of innocent civilians in all over the world.
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The UN’s top human rights official has condemned Israel’s military actions in the Gaza Strip, saying that war crimes may have been committed. Navi Pillay told an emergency debate at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva that Israel’s military offensive had not done enough to protect civilians.
Few seen of the war crime:
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Israel launched its offensive on 8 July with the declared objective of stopping rocket fire from Gaza.
“There seems to be a strong possibility that international law has been violated, in a manner that could amount to war crimes,” Ms Pillay said.
However Israel, which claims the UN Human Rights Council is biased, is unlikely to co-operate with any authorised UN investigation, the BBC’s Imogen Foulke’s in Geneva reports.
Palestinians fled an Israeli ground offensive in Khan Younis on Wednesday some European and US airlines suspended flights to Israel’s Ben Gurion airport after a rocket landed nearby Israel’s Justice Minister, Tzipi Livni, said her country was acting according to international law.
“It is regrettable civilians are killed, but when we call on them to vacate and Hamas calls on them to stay, then that is what happens,” she told Israel radio. Ms Livni also described the UN Human Rights Council as an “anti-Israel” body.
‘Heart-wrenching split’
At least 1000 Palestinians and 40 Israeli soldiers have been killed in the past days of fighting, officials say. A foreign worker in southern Israel was also killed by a rocket fired from Gaza on Wednesday, police said.
The UN Says about 74% of those killed in Gaza are civilians, with medical clinics among the facilities hit by air strikes.
Kyung-wha Kang, the assistant secretary-general at the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, said civilians in Gaza had no safe to place to go “as 44% of the land has been declared a ‘no-go zone’ by the Israeli army”.
“Families are taking the heart-wrenching decision to split to different locations – mother and son to one; father and daughter to another – hoping to maximise the chance one part of the family survives.”
Ms Pillay said an attack on a Gaza beach that killed several children may have violated humanitarian law
Three civilians in Israel and 29 Israeli soldiers have been killed over the last few days.

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There was heavy fighting in the town of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Wednesday. At least five people died in an air strike in the town overnight. An Israeli soldier was also killed. Witnesses say around 8,000 Palestinians, some waving white flags, are fleeing in a state of panic following a ground incursion by Israeli troops, the BBC’s Paul Adams in Gaza reports.
A Palestinian woman whom the BBC filmed being pulled from the rubble of a Gaza blast on Sunday also died from her injuries, her doctor said. Ten of her relatives were killed in the blast.
Meanwhile US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Israel on Wednesday to try to help negotiate a truce.
UN Human Rights boss Navi Pillay says Israel’s military actions in Gaza “could amount to war crimes”
Mr Kerry flew by military plane to Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv. Several US and European airlines continue to suspend civilian flights into Israel after a rocket from Gaza landed near the airport.
German airline Lufthansa announced on Wednesday it would extend the ban for another 24 hours.
Referring to a 16 July Israeli air strike that killed children playing on a beach in Gaza, Ms Pillay said “the disregard for international humanitarian law and for the right to life was shockingly evident”.
She also condemned rocket attacks from Gaza into Israel, accusing Hamas and other armed Palestinian groups of failing to observe “the principles of distinction and precaution”.
Are Israeli air strike warnings effective? The BBC examines footage from both sides
Despite her condemnation of Hamas attacks on Israel, Ms Pillay clearly views Israel’s actions in Gaza as disproportionate, our correspondent says.
Earlier, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that we shall continue to kill the civilians, children, schools and hospitals etc.
There is no need of any further evidence, it is disclosed clearly that Israelites are looking forward their dream of greater Israel but their dream will not be fulfilled because every new born of Gaza and Palestinian will be kind of a Hitler for Israel.

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Such attacks, in which army forces seized PCs and stole other equipment, are a grave violation of international conventions banning the entrance of military into universities worldwide, it said, adding that these attacks are an attempt to harm the potential of the Palestinian people and especially its youth.
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The federation called upon all international academic and human rights organizations throughout the world to prevent similar incidents in the future, and to pressure Israel to honor international laws and to stop such “barbarous acts.”

Meanwhile, Ahmad Tamimi, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Polytechnic University of Palestine, condemned the Israeli raid on the university, in which army seized PCs and other academic equipment during the early hours of Sunday morning.
Tamimi said the attack constitutes a flagrant violation of international treaties which guarantee the right to education, the protection of educational facilities, and which state that they are to be kept uninvolved in any military actions.

However, the Israeli F-16 warplanes, Apache combat helicopters and drones are still flying in Gaza’s sky at low attitude, occasionally F16′s break the sound barrier causing ” sonic booms”.

“This is a crime and an outrageous violation of all international and moral treaties and conventions,” he said, adding: “This testifies to the barbarity of the occupation and its policy aiming at fighting education, which is a pillar for the development of communities.”

Earlier last weekend, Israeli forces stormed the campuses of the University of Birzeit in Ramallah, the Arab American University in Jenin, and the Polytechnic University in Hebron. They confiscated student-owned material and PCs after breaking the main gates.

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