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Thursday, 18 February 2016

Trump is a serious task, because the president can not be .

February 17, 2016 Donald Trump have also expressed controversial views against Obama in the past Presided over a 'serious work' because US President Barack Obama could become president of that country, Donald Trump. Barack Obama said: "I am convinced that he will not become president of Trump and because I have great confidence that the American public." Donald Trump is a billionaire entrepreneur and he currently leads the race to become the presidential candidate of the Republican Party. He recently won the New Hampshire Caucus delivered while in South Carolina, where he will vote Saturday, get them a clear edge in the electoral polls. Barack Obama responded to a question on the ASEAN economic summit in California express views about Donald Trump. He said that voters will not pick them because they know that the president be a serious work. " Image copyright Reuters Image caption Trump are at the forefront in the race to become the Republican Party's presidential candidate "This is not hosted a talk show and ryyylyty hundred or marketing job Barack Obama said. It is hard not to be done in a day news. " The statement said Donald Trump commented that destroyed the country which it considers appreciated by a president. Donald Trump himself had also been expressed controversial views against Obama in the past and they also ask for evidence, they were born in the United States. Trump campaign has been in the news constantly because of his controversial slogans and statements. During the campaign Trump expulsions of a million illegal immigrants in the country , the cost of construction of the wall on Mexico's southern border and a ban on Muslims entering the country have similar controversial statements. US state of New Hampshire in the competition to choose the Democratic and Republican party presidential candidate has won, respectively Senator Bernie Sanders and billionaire businessman Donald Trump. According to local time at most polling places had ended at seven o'clock in the evening on Tuesday (12 midnight GMT) and final results are expected in the next few hours. Other US state where votes were cast to select the presidential candidate of New Hampshire, Iowa. The two candidates in Iowa had suffered defeat. However, aspiring to become the first Democrat Party candidate Sanders managed to defeat his rival and former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders belong to the neighboring state of New Hampshire and Vermont are predicted Sanders was going to win in this state. Early counting of votes they receive a clear advantage over Clinton. Iowa was also seen intense competition between Bernie and Hillary and Hillary could barely won. Image copyright AFP Image caption Clinton has the support of the Democratic System After a clear sign of victory Bernie Sanders said in a message on Twitter that "we stand with the victory becomes our fate. We won. New Hampshire! Thank you. While acknowledging defeat his opponent Hillary Clinton congratulated Bernie However, he said he would continue to fight to get a vote during the campaign. Democrat candidate for the Republican presidential candidate's choice of selection in relation to Donald Trump for the first time been able to offer public support in the form of votes, but got a tough race. Thanks not only to Trump announced his victory in the New Hampshire voters, but also congratulated the Democrat Bernie Sanders. According to the American media are on gurbr John Cox Ohio kysc second while competing for third place between Bush and Florida Governor pocket Iowa Caucus winner Ted Cruz. Image copyright Getty Image caption presented in this race from the Republican Party billionaire We've increased your chances of winning trump tajrdunld Analysts said that was too much at stake for all candidates nyuhympsayr. Although according to the state's small but initially they will receive further motivation to win here. US support of all States members of his party in the coming months, and then will take part in the presidential election in November that will decide the finalist in the party meeting in July.

Ankara blast, Turkey vows retaliation

18 feb 2016, The blast happened near the parliament and the military headquarters. Deputy Prime Minister Hussein buzdk called the attack "a terrorist act" Turkey's government has vowed to take tough action against those who cross the border Turkish bombing in the capital Ankara. The blast killed at least 28 people and wounded 61 others. The country Tayyip Erdogan said: "Turkey at any time, may not refrain from any use of the right of defense at any point." A few hours after the bombing in Ankara President Erdogan said in a statement issued by "our commitment to respond to the attacks of this kind in the country and across the border is strengthened." A military convoy when a car bomb exploded this time packed with explosives, according to the governor's house in Ankara was passing near him. The blast happened near the parliament and the military headquarters. Deputy Prime Minister Hussein buzdk called the attack "a terrorist act". Witnesses said the explosion sounds were heard throughout the city, and saw massive smoke cloud. Several hours after the explosion, Mr Erdogan said that because of this type in the country and cross-border attacks in a statement of our commitment is strong. " Image copyright Reuters Image caption : President Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey may not be avoided at any time, any place or the right to defend themselves on any occasion According to Reuters, President Erdogan has canceled his visit to Azerbaijan. Earlier, Reuters reported that the Turkish military has confirmed that the explosion occurred near a military convoy while waiting at a traffic signal. After the blast, the Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu had already canceled his visit to Brussels. Investigation explosion prime minister said in a statement released by the House began. The United States has condemned the car bomb attack in Ankara that he stands with Turkey as a NATO ally. Said the statement from the White House that the terrorist organization is the Turkish partner in the fight against Islamic wealth. The BBC says BBC correspondent in Istanbul Celine gryt recent series of attacks in Turkey increased and are worried that there might be another major attack in the country Published on Feb 14, 2016 His Holiness Younus AlGohar does an in-depth analysis of the Shiite belief system and why Wahhabis declare them to be infidels. Main points: ⁃What constitutes as Biddat and what flaws are there in the Shiite belief system? ⁃Neither Shiites, Ahmadis nor Wahhabis are infidels. Wahhabis are not infidels, however they are blasphemers of Prophet Mohammad and have been rejected by God (Mardoud). ⁃One who rejects God is an infidel while one God has rejected is Mardoud. There's hope for infidels but there's no hope for one rejected by God. An infidel can seek forgiveness from God and may become a Momin (true believer) but a Mardoud (one rejected by God) can never become a Momin. ⁃The tenet of Shiites about Imam Mehdi is incorrect, but they are not infidels. The notion that they are infidels was spread by Wahhabis. The good thing about the Shiites is their respect for the Ahle Bayt (household of Prophet Mohammad). It's incorrectly believed that Ahmadis don't believe Mohammad to be the last prophet. Their tenet's flawed about Imam Mehdi, but they're not infidels either. ⁃After the arrival of Imam Mehdi, those who continue to practise their flawed tenets will be deprived of the spiritual grace of Imam Mehdi. They will be ill-fated, but they won’t be infidels. One who rejects the divine signs, whether he is Sunni, Wahhabi or Ahmadi, will have rejected God. You can watch the live recordings of these videos every day at 22:00 GMT on Can't access this video? Watch it on Daily Motion: Listen to this speech on the go with SoundCloud:

Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Sitting on the Fence A Poem

Sitting on the Fence When I lived on the farm We had a cool wooden fence Which over the years became Weathered and splintered. I found out the hard way That one gets themselves Gently off a splintered fence. Perhaps that is why in things Such as my faith And my politics I don’t even try to sit On a splintered fence… Thena

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Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Karachi airport siege: At least 27 dead as Pakistan security forces end confrontation with Taliban militants

Pakistani security forces have cleared the Karachi airport of militants nearly 12 hours after the start of a siege that left at least 27 people dead, a paramilitary official said. Pakistani security forces have cleared the Karachi airport of militants nearly 12 hours after the start of a siege that left at least 27 people dead, a paramilitary official said. "The attack is over and we have cleared the area of all militants," paramilitary Rangers spokesman Sibtain Rizvi told reporters. Security forces were forced to relaunch the military operation several hours after they had first announced the siege was over. The initial assault at the Jinnah International Airport began late Sunday (local time) and raged until dawn, when the military said 10 attackers had been killed. Equipped with suicide vests, grenades and rocket launchers, they had battled security forces in one of the most brazen attacks in years in Pakistan's biggest city. Among the remaining victims were security personnel and airport workers. The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack in revenge for their late leader Hakimullah Mehsud, who was killed in a US drone strike in November. "We carried out the attack on Karachi airport to avenge the death of Hakimullah Mehsud," Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman Shahidullah Shahid said, dismissing the Pakistani government's recent offer of peace talks as a "tool of war". Pakistan's paramilitary force had earlier said a group of foreign fighters, including ethnic Uzbeks, was involved in the airport attack. The militants had entered the airport through a maintenance area and immediately began firing on security guards. A number of terrorists are believed to have reached the runway area and army commandos sealed the section off. Pakistani security personnel arrive at Jinnah International Airport in Karachi.
Flights in and out of the airport were stopped during the lengthy gun battle. Television footage showed plumes of smoke rising from the runway and fires where planes were parked. The attack happened on the same day that at least 23 people, including several Shiite pilgrims, were killed in a gun and suicide attack near the Pakistan-Iran border. Similar raids in the past have been claimed by Taliban militants who rose up against the Pakistani state in 2007 in an insurgency that has claimed thousands of lives. Taliban gunmen attacked a Karachi naval base in 2011, destroying two US-made Orion aircraft and killing 10 personnel in a 17-hour siege. Taliban and other militants in uniform carried out a similar raid at Pakistan's military headquarters in the garrison city of Rawalpindi in 2009, leaving 23 dead. Prime minister Nawaz Sharif's government began negotiations with the TTP in February, with a ceasefire beginning March 1, but breaking down a month later. The TTP emerged in response to a raid on a radical mosque in Islamabad, but Islamist violence in the country began to surge in 2004 following the army's deployment in the volatile tribal areas.