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UNITED STATES OF ISLAM ARMY
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WATCH CAREFULLY THE AFGHANISTAN THEATRE WHICH IS KNOWN AS KHURASAN IN THE AHADITH. THIS AREA WILL BE CLEARED OF ALL ENEMIES OF ISLAM AND IS DESTINED TO BE THE FORTRESS OF ISLAM IN END TIMES. THE BRITISH WERE VANQUISHED IN THE 19TH CENTURY AND THE RUSSIANS IN THE 20TH CENTURY  AND NOW  THE AMERICAN EMPIRE SURRENDERS. IF INDIA NOW DARES ENTER THIS GRAVEYARD THE JIHAD THAT WILL BE DECLARED AGAINST IT WILL NOT END UNTIL DELHI FALLS. THE ANTI-ISLAMIC INDIAN HINDUTVA REGIME SHOULD NOT PONDER THE RISKS OF CONQUEST BUT IT'S OWN DEMISE IF IT MAKES THE WRONG DECISION. HAVE THE INDIANS FORGOTTEN PANIPAT? THEY SHOULD MULL OVER THAT DECISIVE DEFEAT.      

 

AFGHAN ARMY CHIEF IS GOING TO VISIT INDIA FOR ASKING FOR INDIAN ARMY's SERVICES



A ONE TO ONE MEETING BETWEEN THE TURKISH PRESIDENT AND ANOTHER GROUP





AN EXCLUSIVE REPORT ABOUT THE US ARMY WHO SPENT 20 YEARS OF FIGHTING





THE STRATEGY OF US ARMY DID NOT WORK DESPITE SPENDING BILLIONS
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AFGHANISTAN IS DESTINED TO BE A FRONTLINE IN THE DEFENCE OF THE UMMAH IN END TIMES. THE DEFEATED AMERICANS ARE USING B 52S AGAINST THE VICTORIOUS TALIBAN SWEEPING THE COUNTRY TO SUPPORT THEIR PROXY GOVERNMENT. THIS WAS TO BE EXPECTED BY THE TWO FORKED TONGUE AMERICANS.

THE COWARDS THAT THEY ARE IS REFLECTED IN THEIR AERIAL BOMBING USING THE AIRSPACE OF AT LEAST TWO MUSLIM COUNTRIES. THE TALIBAN MAY HAVE A MILITARY SURPRISE YET AGAINST THESE TYRANTS WHO NEED TO BE RELEGATED TO THE DUSTBIN OF HISTORY. THE AMERICANS NEED TO BE HUMILIATED NOW BY THE DOWNING OF A B 52 AND SENT PACKING HOME.

PAKISTAN'S MILITARY AND IMRAN KHAN NEED TO CLOSE PAKISTANI AIRSPACE TO ANY FURTHER UNILATERAL AMERICAN VIOLATION. PAKISTAN CAN NOT AFFORD TO FIGHT AMERICAN WARS AND PAKISTANI SOVEREIGNTY NEEDS TO BE DEFENDED AT ALL COSTS.  PAKISTAN CAN NOT SUSTAIN ITSELF BY HAVING BOTH IT'S EASTERN AND WESTERN BORDERS UNDER THREAT.

ASHRAF GHANI HAS TO RESIGN TO SETTLE DOWN THINGS
IMRAN KHAN TO US




US MUST NOT USE PAKISTANI AIRSPACE AFTER AUGUST AGAINST AFGHANISTAN


 





US B52 TO FACE NEW MISSILE AS AFGHAN GROUP IS AT KABUL's GATE 


HOW US CONDUCTED TWO STRIKES USING B-52 BOMBERS THROUGH PAKISTANI AIR SPACE



JOE BIDEN ORDERS TO USE B-52 BOMBERS USING PAKISTANI AIRSPACE FOR STRIKE



IMRAN KHAN VISITS PESHAWAR CORPS HQ ALONG GENERAL BAJWA



ORYA MAQBOOL JAN's ANALYSIS ON THE SITUATION IN AFGHANISTAN

9 August 2021




THE NON TALIBAN TALIBAN :
THE HAQQANI NETWORK ITS ROLE IN POST US AFGHANISTAN



US FORCE AND BADRI FORCE CAME FACE TO FACE  WHILST  US LEAVES NOW

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#63
IS THE LIFE OF OMAR A MIRROR OF THE IMMINENT ARRIVAL OF IMAM MAHDI ON THE WORLD STAGE?  YOU DECIDE

OMAR SERIES


Farouk Omar is a historical Arab series co-produced (2012) by MBC1 and Qatar TV and directed by Hatem Ali, which is based on one of the best companions of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and the 2nd Caliph of the Islamic state, Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (May Allah be pleased with him) .


A 30-episode series showcasing the various events during the life of Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (May Allah be pleased with him) from his pre-Islamic days till his assassination. The series depends solely on established historical facts hence didn't face criticism in terms of its content as past movies on similar subjects did.



The series commences with the 23 year of Hijra at Makkah, where the Muslim pilgrims have come together for the Hajj. In midst of them, we can see Umar Ibn Al Khattab (May Allah be pleased with him) supplicating to the Lord while doing the Tawaaf around the Ka'abah. On the return journey to Medinah from Makkah, they pass by a group of people tending to their camels in the desert. Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) reminisces his past days, when he used to tend to his father Al-Khattab's camels in the desert, and how his father used to work him to exhaustion and beat him up if he slackened.

However, now after his embracing Islam how life has changed for him with no one to stand between him and his Lord. The series then takes you on a historical ride as memories come gushing back to Umar (May Allah be pleased with him) about the various events that happened during his lifetime.







Series Titles:
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#64
TURKEY’s LATEST TECHNOLOGY TAKES THE STAGE AT THE INTERNATIONAL DEFENCE INDUSTRY FAIR

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TURKEY SHOWS OFF ITS MILITARY MUSCLE AT THE ISTANBUL ARMS EXPO




WORLD STARTS ACKNOWLEDGING SUCCESS OF TURKISH DRONES, SAYS PRESIDENT
When Turkey completes ongoing projects in next 3-5 years, it will be most advanced country in field of drones, says Erdogan


https://www.aa.com.tr/en/turkey/world-st...nt/2351895

With its unmanned combat aerial vehicle Akinci, Turkey has become one of the world’s three most advanced countries in combat drone technology, Erdogan said, adding the world speaks about "the success of the armed drones used in the fight against terrorism, as well as in many conflict areas from Syria to Karabakh."


The world has started acknowledging the success of Turkey’s unmanned aerial combat vehicles, the country’s president said on Tuesday. He was speaking at a ceremony at the National Defense University.


Noting that Turkey has become a country that can produce many defense industry products ranging from tanks to cannons, missiles to radar, bombs to rifles, he said: "In the next three to five years, I hope that when we complete our projects … by protecting the country’s climate of stability and trust, we will be at the top of the list in this field."

On July 8, the Bayraktar Akinci made Turkish aviation history by climbing to 38,039 feet (11,594 meters) – a new record – in a flight that lasted for 25 hours and 46 minutes.The Akinci, which to date has made 874 sorties in test and training flights, hit its targets with full accuracy in a July 5 firing test with warhead ammunition developed by Turkish rocket producer Roketsan.
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#65
TURKEY PUSHES FORWARD IN INNOVATION AND SELF SUFFICIENCY IN DRONE TECHNOLOGY. THIS IS A GREAT EXAMPLE OF WHAT THE UMMAH NEEDS TO DO TO SAFEGUARD IT'S TERRITORIAL SOVEREIGNTY. THERE ARE MANY LESSONS TO BE LEARNT FROM THIS SUCCESS STORY  


AKINCI DOCUMENTARY



HOW BAYRAKTAR TB2 HAS BECOME ONE OF THE MOST FEARED DRONES IN THE WORLD




TURKEY'S RISE TO MAJOR GLOBAL DRONE POWER



DECODED: TURKEY`s DRONE POWER



TURKEY's DRONES : A GAME CHANGER






HOW TURKEY'S INDEPENDENT DEFENSE INDUSTRY GROWTH
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THE MOMENT WHEN Dr ABDUL QADEER KHAN AND MUSHARRAF SAVED PAKISTAN


Dr ABDUL QADEER KHAN WARNED ZIA UL HAQ ABOUT INDIA AND PAKISTAN




HOW DR ABDUL QADEER WAS ON THE LIST OF ISRAEL WHILE WORKING FOR PAKISTAN 








ABDUL QADEER KHAN: NUCLEAR HERO IN PAKISTAN,
VILLAIN TO THE WEST
Revered in Pakistan, Khan was seen by West as dangerous renegade for smuggling nuclear technology to other countries.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/10/1...o-the-west


He was seen as a national hero for bringing the country up to par with neighbours India in the atomic field and making its defences “impregnable”.  Abdul Qadeer Khan, revered as the father of Pakistan’s nuclear programme, died on Sunday. He was lauded in Pakistan for transforming it into the world’s first Islamic nuclear weapons power. But he was seen by the West as a dangerous renegade responsible for smuggling technology to rogue states.

The nuclear scientist died at 85 in the capital, Islamabad, after recently being hospitalised with COVID-19.  But he found himself in the crosshairs of controversy when he was accused of illegally proliferating nuclear technology to Iran, Libya and North Korea.


Khan was placed under effective house arrest in Islamabad in 2004 after he admitted running
a proliferation network to the three countries. In 2006 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, but recovered after surgery. A court ended his house arrest in February 2009, but his movements were strictly guarded, and he was accompanied by authorities every time
he  left his home in an upmarket sector of leafy Islamabad.Security personnel stand guard near the residence of late Pakistani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan after his death



Crucial contribution

Born in Bhopal, India, on April 1, 1936, Khan was just a young boy when his family migrated to Pakistan during the bloody 1947 partition of the sub-continent at the end of British colonial rule. He completed a science degree at Karachi University in 1960, then went on to study metallurgical engineering in Berlin before completing advanced studies in the Netherlands and Belgium.


The crucial contribution to Pakistan’s nuclear programme was the procurement of a blueprint for uranium centrifuges, which transform uranium into weapons-grade fuel for nuclear fissile material. He was charged with stealing it from the Netherlands while working for Anglo-Dutch-German nuclear engineering consortium Urenco, and bringing it back to Pakistan in 1976.


On his return to Pakistan, then-PM Zulfikar Ali Bhutto put Khan in charge of the government’s nascent uranium enrichment project. By 1978, his team had enriched uranium and by 1984 they were ready to detonate a nuclear device, Khan later said in a newspaper interview.The 1998 nuclear test saw Pakistan slapped with international sanctions and sent its economy into freefall. Khan’s aura began to dim in March 2001 when then-President Pervez Musharraf, reportedly under United States pressure, removed him from the chairmanship of Kahuta Research Laboratories and made him a special adviser.


But Pakistan’s nuclear establishment never expected to see its most revered hero subjected to questioning. The move came after Islamabad received a letter from the International Atomic Energy Agency, a United Nations watchdog, containing allegations that Pakistani scientists were the source of sold-off nuclear knowledge.


Khan said in a speech to the Pakistan Institute of National Affairs in 1990 that he had dealings on world markets while developing Pakistan’s nuclear programme.“It was not possible for us to make each and every piece of equipment within the country,” he said. ‘I saved the country’ Khan was pardoned by Musharraf after his confession but later retracted his remarks.



“I saved the country for the first time when I made Pakistan a nuclear nation and saved it again when I confessed and took the whole blame on myself,” Khan told AFP news agency in an interview in 2008 while under effective house arrest.


The scientist believed in nuclear defence as the best deterrent.After Pakistan carried out atomic tests in 1998 in response to tests by India, Khan said Pakistan “never wanted to make nuclear weapons, it was forced to do so”.


Nearly a decade ago, Khan tried his luck in the political arena, forming a party – the Tehreek-e-Tahafuz Pakistan (Save Pakistan Movement) – in July 2012 in hopes of winning votes

on the basis of the respect he still commands in Pakistan.But he dissolved it a year later after none of its 111 candidates won a seat in national elections.


Khan also stirred a new controversy that same year when,in an interview with Urdu newspaper Daily Jang, he said he transferred nuclear technology to two countries on the direction of slain prime minister Benazir Bhutto. He did not name the countries,nor did he say when Bhutto, the twice-elected PM who was assassinated in 2007, had supposedly issued the orders.


“I was not independent but was bound to abide by the orders of the prime minister,” he was quoted as saying.Bhutto’s Pakistan Peoples Party denied the claim as “baseless and unfounded”.  



None of the controversies appear to have dented Khan’s popularity, even years on. He regularly wrote op-ed pieces, often preaching the value of a scientific education, for the popular Jang group of newspapers. Many schools, universities, institutes and charity hospitals across Pakistan are named after him, his portrait decorating their signs, stationery and websites.






NUCLEAR SCIENTIST DR ABDUL QADEER LAID TO REST IN ISLAMABAD 
https://www.dawn.com/news/1651191/nuclea...-islamabad

Nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan passed away in Islamabad on Sunday morning at the age of 85. He was given a state funeral at Faisal Mosque before being laid to rest at the H-8 graveyard.


According to Radio Pakistan, he was admitted to a local hospital where his health deteriorated early morning. PTV said that he died after being transferred to a hospital with lung problems. A large number of people, including cabinet members, parliamentarians and military officers, attended the funeral prayers.

Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed earlier said that under the directions issued by Prime Minister Imran Khan, Dr Khan was given a state funeral. Speaking to the media in Islamabad, he said that the premier had directed cabinet ministers to attend the funeral. The interior minister said that the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee and the services chiefs would also  be in attendance.


Rashid said two graves were prepared; one at Faisal Mosque and another at the H-8 graveyard. He later said his family decided that as per his will he would be buried at the H-8 graveyard. "The whole nation is grieving," the minister said, adding that the flag would be flown at half-mast. He said that he had also directed law enforcement agencies and the Islamabad commissioner to make security arrangements.



'National icon for Pakistanis'

Prime Minister Imran Khan said Dr Khan was loved by the nation because of his critical contribution in making Pakistan a nuclear weapon state. "This has provided us security 
against an aggressive much larger nuclear neighbour. For the people of Pakistan he was a national icon," he said, adding that he would be buried in Faisal Mosque "as per his wishes". President Dr Arif Alvi said that he had personally known Dr Khan since 1982. "He helped us develop nation-saving nuclear deterrence, and a grateful nation will never forget his services  in this regard," he said.



Last month, Dr Khan had complained that neither PM Imran nor any of his cabinet members inquired after his health while he was under treatment at a hospital. According to the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan, Dr Khan had been admitted to Khan Research Laboratories Hospital on August 26 after he tested positive for Covid-19. Later, he was shifted to a military hospital in Rawalpindi but was discharged after recovering from the virus.



'A huge loss for Pakistan'

According to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Nadeem Raza and all services chiefs expressed sorrow over Dr Khan's passing. The ISPR statement also quoted Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa as saying that he had rendered invaluable services to strengthen Pakistan's defence capabilities. Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif said that the nation had lost "a true benefactor who served the motherland with heart and soul." "The passing of Dr Khan is a huge loss for the country. His role in making Pakistan an atomic power remains central," he said.



Defence Minister Pervez Khattak said he was "deeply grieved" over his passing and called it  a "great loss".  "Pakistan will forever honour his services to the nation! The nation is heavily indebted to him for his contributions in enhancing our defence capabilities," he said.



Planning and Development Minister Asad Umar said that Dr Khan had played an important role in making the country "invincible". He also offered prayers for the deceased. Born in 1936 in Bhopal, India, Dr Khan had immigrated along with his family to Pakistan in 1947 after partition of the subcontinent. He did a science degree at Karachi University in 1960, then went on to study metallurgical engineering in Berlin before completing advanced studies in the Netherlands and Belgium. After learning of India's nuclear test in 1974, he had joined the nation's clandestine efforts to develop nuclear power. He had founded the Khan Research Laboratories in 1976 and was its chief scientist and director for many years, according to 
Radio Pakistan. He was awarded the Nishan-i-Imtiaz for his services to the country.


In 2004, Dr Khan was at the centre of a massive global nuclear proliferation scandal. In a series of dramatic developments, he was accused by then army chief and president Pervez Musharraf of running a rogue proliferation network for nuclear material. Shortly after Musharraf’s announcement, a recorded confession by Khan was aired in which he took sole responsibility for all the nuclear proliferation that had been revealed. He was subsequently placed under house arrest. A court ended his house arrest[/url] in February 2009, but his movements were strictly guarded, and he was accompanied by authorities every time he left his home in Islamabad. Later, he had filed a plea in the Lahore High Court seeking enforcement of his fundamental rights, including free movement. The LHC had rejected the plea in 2019 on the grounds that it lacked jurisdiction in view of special security measures adopted by the state.

He had then moved the Supreme Court against the LHC's decision, which had asked the attorney general to meet the nuclear scientist and allay his concerns.
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