September 30, 2011

A graceful lady changes the face of Gilgit-Baltistan

The Terrorland Report 

Sadia Danish talking to media.
SADIA Danish is the new face of Gilgit-Baltistan – The Orphaned Land of Pakistan. She is the Tourism, Sports, Culture and Youth Affairs Adviser to the unconstitutionally elected Chief Minister. 

She is also President of the women-wing of the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in the region, which has no constitutional rights and no representation in the Pakistani Parliament since 1947. 

Yes! Gilgit-Baltistan is really the Orphaned Land of Pakistan!

But, now, it seems that the Orphaned region has got a graceful mother out of the blue! That is what the youth of the region thinks today as the Cyber Generation is fed-up with their uneducated and uncivilized traditional leaders who are actually agents of the secret agencies... the real rulers in the region.

September 26, 2011

US-Pakistan tense standoff — what next?

Why officials are loud but President Obama and Zardari are cool, calm and composed? 
(An exclusive objective analysis)
The Terrorland Report

AFTER the allegations of the United States of America that the Islamic Republic of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence has links with a group of the Taliban known as the Haqqani Network, saying that the ISI had helped the Network in attacking on the US Embassy in Afghanistan recently, there is a tense standoff between the two countries.

Looking at the tone of the American officials, the common people in Pakistan fear that that Sole Super Power (SSP) of the world is going to invade Pakistan like Afghanistan and Iraq. The Pakistani military and civilian officials also seem in hysteria from media reports.  

September 23, 2011

The Jan (alive) and Bayjan (dead) of Gilgit-Baltistan

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Baba Jan addressing a peaceful protest in Hunza. (via Google)
BABA Jan is emerging as an active political activist in Hunza valley of the rights-seeking Gilgit-Baltistan, a region without any constitutional rights under the federal government of Pakistan since 1947.

According to locals, Mr. Jan is chief organizer of the Progressive Youth Front (PYF). After the Hunza killings (read for details: Hunza killings unite rights-seeking people of Gilgit-Baltistan), he along with dozens of other people have been arrested by the district management while many young political activists have gone missing. People are terrified to say something openly but they believe that the missing persons of Hunza have been picked up by Pakistan's notorious secret agencies particularly the ISI and MI.

September 21, 2011

World Peace Day — The Cyber Generation is Ray of Hope

By Nasira Parveen

"THEY are a ray of hope in the darkest era of Pakistan!" My brother (Habib Sulemani) said recently while talking about the Cyber Generation and future of civilization in the world.

"The world can't be a peaceful place until there is peace in Pakistan. And in Pakistan, there can't be peace until those criminal minds, who want to make planet earth a terrorland in the universe, are brought to justice," he said.

Today, the World Peace Day is being observed all over the world including the terror-hit Pakistan.

The children today are different than their patents and grandparents. No doubt, they are a ray of hope for the entire world. The new generation is naturally globalized... because it has the facilities of communication which the previous generations didn't dream even. Just a decade ago, internet was a rare thing, but now it is spreading in all directions rapidly.

September 20, 2011

Poetry turns into reality: war crimes case against Pakistani general

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Ex-ISI chief Lt-Gen. Javed Nasir 
faces war crime charges at the ICC
A POEM of Habib Sulemani has turned into reality! Yes. The Desi butchers are now really on way to The Hague. According to The Express Tribune, September 20, 2011, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has demanded the custody of Lt-Gen. Javed Nasir, former Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), for his alleged involvement in the Bosnian war crimes of the 1990s.

Gen. Nasir is a known as an Islamist general who during his tenure as the ISI chief -- from March 1992 to May 1993 -- had allegedly helped Muslims of Bosnia against Serbs despite an embargo by the United Nations (UN).

Also, Gen Nasir reportedly ignited Muslim-separatism in a trusted friend and neighbor's territory -- China’s Xinjiang region which is commonly known as Kashghar and is bordering Gilgit-Baltistan region.

Writing for 'The Terrorland' needs a legendary braveheart

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PEOPLE know it, and those who follow it, they say it: writing for The Terrorland group blogs needs a legendary braveheart! The blog archives are witness to the typical dirty tactics of the Pakistani government and its uncontrolled secret agencies—read the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Military Intelligence (MI).

It's a universal truth that whatever The Terrorland publishes no one can dare to publish for many reasons... Although The Terrorland Team needs no content, but if anyone feels that they're brave enough to fight the criminal secret agencies, then feel free to send your articles at the Group email.

Here are some emails which were sent to Habib Sulemani who has forwarded them to the Team. The first one is from one M. Haroon Abbas:

September 17, 2011

Jinnah was son-of-mad-man & Pakistan is a country of lunatics ?

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Hakim Ali Zardari, the father of President Asif Ali Zardari
PAKISTAN’S First Daddy – Hakim Ali Zardari, the father of President Asif Ali Zardari who died few months ago on May 24, 2011 – in his last interview has claimed that Mr. Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the Founding Father of the country, was an ignorant man who didn’t know the basics of the country he had founded.

When the You Tube interview was posted at The Terrorland group blogs’ Facebook page by an Admin under the caption: Father of the President says the Founding Father of Pakistan was "son of a lunatic", respected American artist and Interim Faculty Chair at the New York Academy of Art, Margaret McCann, said in her comment: “Wish I could read it in English.”

September 11, 2011

Mainstream media becomes a cult 10 years after 9/11

The Terrorland Report

TEN years ago on this day, this terrorizing cloud of smoke and
ash started spreading from the Twin Towers in New York City, 
and today, the grayish white dust has blanketed so much 
of the world especially Pakistan.—(Photo: AP)
TODAY is the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terror attack on the United States of America. On that fatal day, the terrorizing cloud of smoke and ash that started spreading from the Twin Towers in New York City, and today that grayish white dust has blanketed almost all parts of the world in particular Pakistan.

How this tragic event changed the face of the world at macro and micro levels? Let us start with an example at home. 

The 9/11 incident changed the lives of many people forever in Pakistan including journalist and writer Habib R. Sulemani. He wrote a novel, The Terrorland, tracing the roots of global terrorism in the backdrop of the terror attack on the United States. Unfortunately, the manuscript was stolen before publication by the secret agencies—which declared it against the “national interest” of Pakistan... thus the writer become a victim of the ‘typical’ wrath of the almighty military establishment. After three bids on his life, Mr. Sulemani is living in solitary confinement for over 17 months.

September 5, 2011

How Dawn Media Group killed two of its employees ?

Sub-Editor Shujauddin’s murder was hushed up while former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s family is blamed for Reporter Tariq Malik’s gruesome killing. The Haroon and Abbas brothers are so influential that no one dares to take them to court. How independent and individualist journalists are harassed, humiliated and assassinated at Pakistan's deceptive-deathtrap media outlet? Crimes of the 'social watchman' exposed in this exclusive investigative report.

The Terrorland Report 

THE assassination plot of journalist Habib R. Sulemani and his family members in 2010 was the first joint-venture between Dawn Media Group and the Pakistan military establishment. In this case the operatives were mainly the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Military Intelligence (MI) and Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

However, earlier, some innocent employees had been victimized single-highhandedly at the deceptively deathtrap media outlet of Pakistan commonly known as Dawn.

In 2008 and 2009, two unfortunate employees had been assassinated at the Dawn Media Group in systematic ways by using the psychological warfare and direct attack methods. Shujauddin was a talented young sub-editor at Dawn newspaper's Karachi offices while Tariq Malik was an equally talented and curious reporter working for the Group's TV channel, Dawn News, in Lahore.