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PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 5:33 am    Post subject: Eschatology in the 21st century: interfaith and comparitive Reply with quote

THE TICKING TIMEBOMB FUELLING DEBT BASED USURIOUS CAPITALISM MORPHING INTO TERROR CAPITALISM

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:29 pm    Post subject: Eschatology in the 21st century: interfaith and comparitive Reply with quote

GLOBAL VISION 2000 VIRTUAL EXPO GATHERS ALL AGENTS FOR CHANGE

http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=484&pid=2052#pid2 052


Global Vision 2000 is pleased to notify all our members that as part of our new strategy to Move Towards the Universal Paradigm Shift and Building the Century of the 5 Cs we are starting to move to our EZ XPO VIRTUAL EXPO. The need for this forum will no longer be required similar to the transition from moving away in transportation from the usage of horses to the car.

ALL registered forum members are requested to sign up as ATTENDEES at the Global Vision 2000 IBC network. You will be able to do so freely. The url link is the gateway and all that is required is online registration with your name, email and password.

https://ezxpo.net/islamicbusinesschannel/attendee_register


What this means is a massive upgrade into the Virtual Reality and Artificial Reality world. This offers features such as realtime live engagement, a networking lounge and live chat facilities. This is in addition to the digital content on the forum. Thereafter we will soon announce the activation of our IBC AUDITORIUM to broadcast videos.

Welcome to the new world of IBC Virtual Expo and we look forward to meeting you as we are gathering our supporters to join us on the journey on the road to Moving towards the Universal Paradigm Shift. We have the Universal Vision, Message and Direction and all we need is for you to catch up and join us. The time to move onwards and upwards has come or be left behind.


Global Vision 2000 the UK based independent Islamic thinktank and business consultancy has evolved and after 16 years of research, development and advocacy is launching our new website with the birth and inauguration of the Islamic Business Channel – IBC. We are pleased that this was done on ISRA MIRAJ the Night of Ascension which took place on Monday April 24 2017/Rajab 27 1438.

The purpose of the IBC is to accelerate all businesses, social enterprises and agencies to make the transition to and building of a fairer and just world. This is what we mean by our slogan referring to Moving towards the universal paradigm shift. This can only happen by building a global alliance and coalition with a collaborative ecosystem of networks working in a spirit of partnership and transformation for the Common Good. The IBC is a digital platform to build the Century of the 5 Cs- Consciousness, Connections, Communications and Communities of Collaboration.

The IBC is committed to working with all stakeholders who seek not only a sustainable world but one which is fair and just for all. Only after releasing human potential can humans realise becoming vicegerents. The IBC is a digital platform which will work with Islamic tv channels and others to promote our community for all businesses and entities committed to universal values of economic justice and fairness. The IBC is committed to building a debt free and usury free world in which the global commons is shared equitably.

Our vision is inspired by the vision of the Global Islamic community of 1.8 billions rising as :-

“The Middle Nation to uphold good and stop evil”.


The IBC is committed to working for a world in which Islam and Muslims are living, working and trading as equal partners with others in our global village. At a time of the rising spectrum of terrorism and extremism of all types in all nations we need solutions that eradicate root causes which are not being addressed. It is clear that debt, poverty, crime and violence go hand in hand and if our times need any war it has to be to eradicate these.


Imam Ali said: “We withstood the weight of the iron, the stone and the lash, but found the hardest thing to endure was the burden of debt.”

Jefferson said – “The modern theory for the perpetuation of debt, has drenched the earth with blood, and crushed it’s inhabitants under burdens ever accumulating”

The IBC believes that the current global financial and economic world is fundamentally flawed. The pyramidical system is designed to prosper the few, is fundamentally unstable and in which injustice is structurally endemic and subject to cycles of boom and bust followed by war. The bad news is other bubbles will burst and we are in the lull before the next global crash. We are living in an upside down world and there is an urgent need for a balanced moral political economy meeting the needs of people and planet. The Great Unwind of 2007-8 has morphed from a financial crisis into an economic crisis into a political crisis.

The good news proclaimed on the day of Isra Miraj is that the IBC is committed to offering knowledge, solutions and a digital platform for its community to solve problems ravaging humanity based on the universal Islamic values of ADL – compassionate socio-economic justice. It is time to join and support IBC and its community on this long journey.


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PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2017 6:07 am    Post subject: Eschatology in the 21st century: interfaith and comparitive Reply with quote

WELCOMING IN RAMADAN 1438 SPIRITUAL ESSENCE OF ISLAM OPENS UP TO HUMANITY

http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=547&pid=2076#pid2 076

THE DECREE OF RAMADAN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lkaoWLX2nA&t=206s

RAMADAN- THE DEVILS DEPARTURE
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THE POWER
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbJ9I_AzNZo

I'M ALIVE
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OPEN YOUR EYES
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FORGIVE ME
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THANK YOU ALLAH
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2018 9:40 pm    Post subject: Eschatology in the 21st century: Interfaith/Comparitive Reply with quote

WORLD EXCLUSIVE
http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=613&pid=2404#pid2 404

ANOTHER NONMUSLIM GENOCIDE COMMITTED AGAINST MUSLIMS AND CROCODILE TEARS SHED . THE PROSECUTION OF GENOCIDAL NAZI BUDDHIST WAR CRIMINALS AND AUNG SAN SUU KYI IS NOT ENOUGH. WHAT ABOUT SANCTIONS AND REGIME CHANGE AND IS NOT IT TIME TO RAISE A REAL INDEPENDENT GLOBAL TRANSNATIONAL ISLAMIC ARMY OF JUSTICE DEFENDING THE DEFENCELESS AND TAKING ON THE OPPRESSORS AND GIVING THEM SOME OF THEIR OWN MEDICINE. SUFFICE TO STATE THAT THE EXACT NATURE OF THIS NEW ENTITY AND IT'S PARAMETERS WILL BE OUTLINED. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY AS WHAT IS BEING CALLED FOR WILL NOT BE ANOTHER WESTERN NATO PROXY LIKE AL QAEDA OR DAESH NOR A SECTARIAN ENTITY SUCH AS HIZBULLAH . FORTHCOMING GLOBAL VISION 2000 EDITORIALS WILL ADDRESS THIS SOON AS IT'S EMERGENCE IS INEVITABLE JUST AS WE SEE THE SUNSET AND SUNRISE. WE HERALD AND SALUTE THE FORTHCOMING ISLAMIC JUSTICE ARMY WHICH IS LONG OVERDUE






UN DOCUMENTS SHOCKING CRIMES BY MYANMAR ARMY
Top Myanmar generals led brutal campaign against Rohingya involving "gravest crimes under international law"
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/08/r...44502.html

Myanmar's military carried out mass killings and gang rapes of Rohingya with "genocidal intent" and the commander-in-chief and five generals should be prosecuted, UN investigators said on Monday. It was the first time the United Nations explicitly called for Myanmar officials to face genocide charges over their campaign against the Rohingya, and is likely to deepen the Southeast Asian nation's isolation. The UN mission found Myanmar's armed forces had taken actions that "undoubtedly amount to the gravest crimes under international law", forcing more than 700,000 Rohingya to flee starting in late August 2017.


Speaking in Geneva on Monday, Marzuki Darusman, the mission's chairman, said his researchers amassed evidence based on 875 interviews with witnesses and victims, satellite imagery, and verified photos and videos. Marzuki said victim accounts were "amongst the most shocking human rights violations" he had come across and would "leave a mark on all of us for the rest of our lives".

WATCH:

He described Myanmar's military as having shown "flagrant disregard for lives" and displayed "extreme levels of brutality". "The Rohingya are in a continuing situation of severe systemic and institutionalised oppression from birth to death," Marzuki said. The UN does not apply the word "genocide" lightly. Its assessment suggests crimes against the Rohingya could meet the strict legal definition used in places such as Bosnia, Rwanda and Sudan's Darfur region.


'Burning entire villages'
The team cited a "conservative" estimate from aid group Reporters Without Borders that some 10,000 people had been killed in the violence, but outside investigators have had no access to the affected regions, making a precise accounting elusive, if not impossible. The UN report said military generals, including Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing, must face investigation and prosecution for "genocidal intent" in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state, as well as crimes against humanity and other war crimes in the states of Kachin and Shan. The report singled out Myanmar's military, known as the Tatmadaw, but added that other Myanmar security agencies were also involved in abuses. "Military necessity would never justify killing indiscriminately, gang-raping women, assaulting children, and burning entire villages," the report said. "The Tatmadaw's tactics are consistently and grossly disproportionate to actual security threats, especially in Rakhine state but also in northern Myanmar."

In Rakhine state, there was evidence of extermination and deportation, the report added.
"The crimes in Rakhine state, and the manner in which they were perpetrated, are similar in nature, gravity and scope to those that have allowed genocidal intent to be established in other contexts," the UN mission concluded, adding there was "sufficient information" to prosecute the military's chain of command.


Christopher Sidoti, a member of the investigatory committee, urged the UN Security Council and General Assembly to act on the report's findings. "We are convinced the international community holds the key to dismantling the destructive veil of impunity in Myanmar," he said.


'This is extremely significant'

Mohammed Jamjoom, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Cox's Bazar "What we've heard in the report really
lines up with witness testimonies I've heard here. For most of the past year, when official bodies of governance spoke about the atrocities committed in Rakhine state, they called it ethnic cleansing. Now there's a very extensive UN fact-finding mission recommending that top tier military officials in Myanmar be prosecuted and investigated for genocide. When the members of the panel in Geneva laid out their investigation, they said that they conducted 875 interviews, they talked about the destructive veil of impunity in Myanmar and they said that until that is lifted, the cycle of violence in Myanmar will continue. They said there needs to be a mechanism by which these crimes can be prosecuted and the cycle of violence in Myanmar can be ended.

That's going to be very difficult, we don't know exactly where this goes. At some point, it will be presented to the UN Human Rights Council and then potentially to the UN Security Council.
But we must remember that Myanmar is not a signatory to the Rome Statute, so the International Criminal Court does not have jurisdiction."

Criticism of Aung San Suu Kyi
Investigators compiled a list of suspects, which included Min Aung Hlaing and other military commanders. The mission said a full list of suspects will be made available to any credible body pursuing accountability, adding that the case should be referred to the International Criminal Court, or an ad hoc criminal tribunal. Myanmar's civilian leadership also drew criticism for its failure to prevent the abuses. "The State Counsellor, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, has not used her de facto position as Head of Government, nor her moral authority, to stem or prevent the unfolding events in Rakhine State," the report said.


The Government and the Tatmadaw have fostered a climate in which hate speech thrives, human rights violations are legitimized, and incitement to discrimination and violence facilitated.


UN REPORT
The Nobel Peace Prize laureate has been criticised internationally for her failure to speak out against abuses in Rakhine State and has had several human rights awards rescinded for her stance.

The Rohingya: Silent Abuse
In August 2017, Myanmar's armed forces launched a campaign ostensibly against Rohingya armed groups in Rakhine state. Investigators documented mass killings, the destruction of Rohingya dwellings, and "large-scale" gang rape by Myanmar soldiers. The UN's report drew praise from the ground in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, where refugee camps have taken in hundreds of thousands of Rohingya from across the border. "We are happy for this. If these army people are punished the world will take note of it. They are killers. They must be punished," said Mohammed Hasan, 46, who lives in the Kutupalong refugee camp. "They killed thousands, we have seen that. They torched our homes, that's a fact. They raped our women, that's not false."


SUU KYI USES FIRST APPEARANCE SINCE UN DAMNING REPORT TO DISCUSS LITERATURE
https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/08/2...-UN-report

Myanmar’s embattled leader Aung San Suu Kyi has resorted to literature instead of addressing the critical humanitarian issues regarding her country’s persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority in her first public appearance a day after a damning report by the United Nations confirmed that “genocide” had occurred in the country under her watch. In her speech at the University of Yangon on Tuesday, Suu Kyi discussed poetry and literature instead of reviewing the scathing report compiled by a UN mission and published a day earlier, which concluded that Myanmar’s military had carried out a series of “shocking” rights violations against the Rohingya, including mass killings and gang rapes.

According to the damning report, the military had carried out "genocide" of the Rohingya in Rakhine state, the home province of majority of the Muslims, and was responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity in the states of Rakhine, Shan and Kachin. Myanmar generals directed murder, rape, and arson that sent 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fleeing for their lives, but Aung San Suu Kyi reassures us that the generals she knows are "all rather sweet." Not to worry.

http://bit.ly/2BtBdAz
2:52 PM - Aug 21, 2018


In its final report released on Monday, the UN Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar said the country’s army, led by Commander-in-Chief Senior-General Min Aung Hlaing, had carried out the “gravest crimes” against the Rohingya with “genocidal intent.” The UN investigators called for an international probe and prosecution of Myanmar’s army chief and five other top military commanders for their crimes. However, the Myanmar leader, a former Nobel Peace Prize winner, chose instead to stay silent on all issues of politics and made no mention of the shocking report by the world body.

PressTV-Facebook removes Myanmar's military chief
Facebook removes accounts belonging to Myanmar's military chief and a number of other pages related to Myanmar after a UN fact-finding team calls for his prosecution,

Suu Kyi, whose government is now facing mounting calls to be investigated by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war crimes, spent almost all the afternoon chatting with students about the merits of Gone With the Wind, a novel by American writer Margaret Mitchell, and the differences between fiction and non-fiction.


Kitty Holland
@KittyHollandIT

Aung San Suu Kyi should be arrested and brought before International War Crimes Tribunal...women and children burnt to death under her watch

10:08 PM - Aug 27, 2018


Last year, Myanmar’s armed forces, backed by Buddhist extremists, launched a state-sponsored crackdown against the Rohingya in Rakhine under the pretext of a number of attacks on military posts blamed on the minority group.


The crackdown, once described by the UN as the textbook example of "ethnic cleansing," forced some 700,000 Rohingya to flee to neighboring Bangladesh, where they are living in overcrowded refugee camps in dire humanitarian conditions.

PressTV-Rohingya rally to mark Myanmar 'genocide' anniversary
Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh rally to call for "justice" on the anniversary of Myanmar’s deadly crackdown on the minority group.

The new report further lashed out at Myanmar’s de facto leader for failing to give a proper response to the military’s brutalities, which have drawn widespread criticism from the UN and leading international organizations, including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.

Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed in January to complete the voluntary repatriation of Rohingya refugees by 2020, followed up by an agreement with the UN last month. Experts and Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh say a recent deal falls short of guaranteeing the Muslims’ safe return to Myanmar.

I


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2018 9:41 pm    Post subject: Eschatology in the 21st century: Interfaith/Comparitive Reply with quote

WORLD EXCLUSIVE
http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=613&pid=2404#pid2 404

ANOTHER NONMUSLIM GENOCIDE COMMITTED AGAINST MUSLIMS AND CROCODILE TEARS SHED . THE PROSECUTION OF GENOCIDAL NAZI BUDDHIST WAR CRIMINALS AND AUNG SAN SUU KYI IS NOT ENOUGH. WHAT ABOUT SANCTIONS AND REGIME CHANGE AND IS NOT IT TIME TO RAISE A REAL INDEPENDENT GLOBAL TRANSNATIONAL ISLAMIC ARMY OF JUSTICE DEFENDING THE DEFENCELESS AND TAKING ON THE OPPRESSORS AND GIVING THEM SOME OF THEIR OWN MEDICINE. SUFFICE TO STATE THAT THE EXACT NATURE OF THIS NEW ENTITY AND IT'S PARAMETERS WILL BE OUTLINED. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY AS WHAT IS BEING CALLED FOR WILL NOT BE ANOTHER WESTERN NATO PROXY LIKE AL QAEDA OR DAESH NOR A SECTARIAN ENTITY SUCH AS HIZBULLAH . FORTHCOMING GLOBAL VISION 2000 EDITORIALS WILL ADDRESS THIS SOON AS IT'S EMERGENCE IS INEVITABLE JUST AS WE SEE THE SUNSET AND SUNRISE. WE HERALD AND SALUTE THE FORTHCOMING ISLAMIC JUSTICE ARMY WHICH IS LONG OVERDUE






UN DOCUMENTS SHOCKING CRIMES BY MYANMAR ARMY
Top Myanmar generals led brutal campaign against Rohingya involving "gravest crimes under international law"
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/08/r...44502.html

Myanmar's military carried out mass killings and gang rapes of Rohingya with "genocidal intent" and the commander-in-chief and five generals should be prosecuted, UN investigators said on Monday. It was the first time the United Nations explicitly called for Myanmar officials to face genocide charges over their campaign against the Rohingya, and is likely to deepen the Southeast Asian nation's isolation. The UN mission found Myanmar's armed forces had taken actions that "undoubtedly amount to the gravest crimes under international law", forcing more than 700,000 Rohingya to flee starting in late August 2017.


Speaking in Geneva on Monday, Marzuki Darusman, the mission's chairman, said his researchers amassed evidence based on 875 interviews with witnesses and victims, satellite imagery, and verified photos and videos. Marzuki said victim accounts were "amongst the most shocking human rights violations" he had come across and would "leave a mark on all of us for the rest of our lives".

WATCH:

He described Myanmar's military as having shown "flagrant disregard for lives" and displayed "extreme levels of brutality". "The Rohingya are in a continuing situation of severe systemic and institutionalised oppression from birth to death," Marzuki said. The UN does not apply the word "genocide" lightly. Its assessment suggests crimes against the Rohingya could meet the strict legal definition used in places such as Bosnia, Rwanda and Sudan's Darfur region.


'Burning entire villages'
The team cited a "conservative" estimate from aid group Reporters Without Borders that some 10,000 people had been killed in the violence, but outside investigators have had no access to the affected regions, making a precise accounting elusive, if not impossible. The UN report said military generals, including Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing, must face investigation and prosecution for "genocidal intent" in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state, as well as crimes against humanity and other war crimes in the states of Kachin and Shan. The report singled out Myanmar's military, known as the Tatmadaw, but added that other Myanmar security agencies were also involved in abuses. "Military necessity would never justify killing indiscriminately, gang-raping women, assaulting children, and burning entire villages," the report said. "The Tatmadaw's tactics are consistently and grossly disproportionate to actual security threats, especially in Rakhine state but also in northern Myanmar."

In Rakhine state, there was evidence of extermination and deportation, the report added.
"The crimes in Rakhine state, and the manner in which they were perpetrated, are similar in nature, gravity and scope to those that have allowed genocidal intent to be established in other contexts," the UN mission concluded, adding there was "sufficient information" to prosecute the military's chain of command.


Christopher Sidoti, a member of the investigatory committee, urged the UN Security Council and General Assembly to act on the report's findings. "We are convinced the international community holds the key to dismantling the destructive veil of impunity in Myanmar," he said.


'This is extremely significant'

Mohammed Jamjoom, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Cox's Bazar "What we've heard in the report really
lines up with witness testimonies I've heard here. For most of the past year, when official bodies of governance spoke about the atrocities committed in Rakhine state, they called it ethnic cleansing. Now there's a very extensive UN fact-finding mission recommending that top tier military officials in Myanmar be prosecuted and investigated for genocide. When the members of the panel in Geneva laid out their investigation, they said that they conducted 875 interviews, they talked about the destructive veil of impunity in Myanmar and they said that until that is lifted, the cycle of violence in Myanmar will continue. They said there needs to be a mechanism by which these crimes can be prosecuted and the cycle of violence in Myanmar can be ended.

That's going to be very difficult, we don't know exactly where this goes. At some point, it will be presented to the UN Human Rights Council and then potentially to the UN Security Council.
But we must remember that Myanmar is not a signatory to the Rome Statute, so the International Criminal Court does not have jurisdiction."

Criticism of Aung San Suu Kyi
Investigators compiled a list of suspects, which included Min Aung Hlaing and other military commanders. The mission said a full list of suspects will be made available to any credible body pursuing accountability, adding that the case should be referred to the International Criminal Court, or an ad hoc criminal tribunal. Myanmar's civilian leadership also drew criticism for its failure to prevent the abuses. "The State Counsellor, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, has not used her de facto position as Head of Government, nor her moral authority, to stem or prevent the unfolding events in Rakhine State," the report said.


The Government and the Tatmadaw have fostered a climate in which hate speech thrives, human rights violations are legitimized, and incitement to discrimination and violence facilitated.


UN REPORT
The Nobel Peace Prize laureate has been criticised internationally for her failure to speak out against abuses in Rakhine State and has had several human rights awards rescinded for her stance.

The Rohingya: Silent Abuse
In August 2017, Myanmar's armed forces launched a campaign ostensibly against Rohingya armed groups in Rakhine state. Investigators documented mass killings, the destruction of Rohingya dwellings, and "large-scale" gang rape by Myanmar soldiers. The UN's report drew praise from the ground in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, where refugee camps have taken in hundreds of thousands of Rohingya from across the border. "We are happy for this. If these army people are punished the world will take note of it. They are killers. They must be punished," said Mohammed Hasan, 46, who lives in the Kutupalong refugee camp. "They killed thousands, we have seen that. They torched our homes, that's a fact. They raped our women, that's not false."


SUU KYI USES FIRST APPEARANCE SINCE UN DAMNING REPORT TO DISCUSS LITERATURE
https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/08/2...-UN-report

Myanmar’s embattled leader Aung San Suu Kyi has resorted to literature instead of addressing the critical humanitarian issues regarding her country’s persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority in her first public appearance a day after a damning report by the United Nations confirmed that “genocide” had occurred in the country under her watch. In her speech at the University of Yangon on Tuesday, Suu Kyi discussed poetry and literature instead of reviewing the scathing report compiled by a UN mission and published a day earlier, which concluded that Myanmar’s military had carried out a series of “shocking” rights violations against the Rohingya, including mass killings and gang rapes.

According to the damning report, the military had carried out "genocide" of the Rohingya in Rakhine state, the home province of majority of the Muslims, and was responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity in the states of Rakhine, Shan and Kachin. Myanmar generals directed murder, rape, and arson that sent 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fleeing for their lives, but Aung San Suu Kyi reassures us that the generals she knows are "all rather sweet." Not to worry.

http://bit.ly/2BtBdAz
2:52 PM - Aug 21, 2018


In its final report released on Monday, the UN Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar said the country’s army, led by Commander-in-Chief Senior-General Min Aung Hlaing, had carried out the “gravest crimes” against the Rohingya with “genocidal intent.” The UN investigators called for an international probe and prosecution of Myanmar’s army chief and five other top military commanders for their crimes. However, the Myanmar leader, a former Nobel Peace Prize winner, chose instead to stay silent on all issues of politics and made no mention of the shocking report by the world body.

PressTV-Facebook removes Myanmar's military chief
Facebook removes accounts belonging to Myanmar's military chief and a number of other pages related to Myanmar after a UN fact-finding team calls for his prosecution,

Suu Kyi, whose government is now facing mounting calls to be investigated by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war crimes, spent almost all the afternoon chatting with students about the merits of Gone With the Wind, a novel by American writer Margaret Mitchell, and the differences between fiction and non-fiction.


Kitty Holland
@KittyHollandIT

Aung San Suu Kyi should be arrested and brought before International War Crimes Tribunal...women and children burnt to death under her watch

10:08 PM - Aug 27, 2018


Last year, Myanmar’s armed forces, backed by Buddhist extremists, launched a state-sponsored crackdown against the Rohingya in Rakhine under the pretext of a number of attacks on military posts blamed on the minority group.


The crackdown, once described by the UN as the textbook example of "ethnic cleansing," forced some 700,000 Rohingya to flee to neighboring Bangladesh, where they are living in overcrowded refugee camps in dire humanitarian conditions.

PressTV-Rohingya rally to mark Myanmar 'genocide' anniversary
Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh rally to call for "justice" on the anniversary of Myanmar’s deadly crackdown on the minority group.

The new report further lashed out at Myanmar’s de facto leader for failing to give a proper response to the military’s brutalities, which have drawn widespread criticism from the UN and leading international organizations, including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.

Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed in January to complete the voluntary repatriation of Rohingya refugees by 2020, followed up by an agreement with the UN last month. Experts and Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh say a recent deal falls short of guaranteeing the Muslims’ safe return to Myanmar.

I


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 4:55 pm    Post subject: Eschatology in the 21st century: interfaith and comparitive Reply with quote

IMRAN KHAN'S TEHREEK-I-INSAF PAKISTAN(PTI) PAKISTAN MOVEMENT FOR JUSTICE SHOULD BE CONGRATULATED AND SALUTED FOR HIS SWEEPING VICTORY AND WE WISH HIM THE BEST. IT SHOULD BE NOTED THIS IS JUST THE FIRST STEP IN WHAT CAN ONLY BE BILLED AS THE LONG MARCH FOR JUSTICE AND NAYA PAKISTAN NEEDS TO PUT BACK THE “PAK” INTO PAKISTAN. THE COMMITMENT AND ENACTMENT OF THIS ALONE WILL BE

THE CHANGE THAT PAKISTAN AND THE UMMAH SEEKS AND WILL MAKE THE WORLD TAKE NOTICE INSHALLAH. THE SACRIFICES OF INDIAN MUSLIMS OF THE 20TH CENTURY NEED TO BE REALISED FOR THE MASSES NOW. THIS MEANS THAT THE TIME TO REMEMBER AND ESTABLISH AN ISLAMIC WELFARE STATE AND AN UNITED STATES OF ISLAM UPHOLDING THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE KHILAFA HAS ARRIVED. AS THE WINDS OF CHANGE ARE BLOWING IN THE EAST THE TIME TO MOVE THE STRANDED SHIP OF GLOBAL ISLAM HAS ARRIVED AS THE TIDE OF HISTORY IS COMING IN. WE ARE PLEASED THAT OUR FORTHCOMING EDITORIAL WILL OUTLINE THE PRE-REQUISITES AND MANIFESTO FOR THIS TRANSFORMATION
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http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=59&pid=2399#pid23 99




AUGUST 14 1947
PAKISTAN INDEPENDENCE DAY


NATIONAL ANTHEM OF PAKISTAN
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AYE QUAID E AZAM TERA IHSAN HAI
TRIBUTE TO QUAID
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JUNOON SE AUR ISHQ SE MILTI HAI AZADI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naWv-sj14Es

MAIN PAKISTAN HON - I AM PAKISTAN
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HAMARA PAKISTAN
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TU SALAMAT WATAN- DEFENCE AND MARTYRS DAY
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JEEVAY JEEVAY PAKISTAN
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DIL SAY PAKISTAN
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OFFICIAL PTI VICTORY SONG 2018 "INSAF KI JEET "
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CHALLO CHALLO IMRAN K SATH
https://soundcloud.com/pti-social-media/.../pti-songs



TABDEELI ABDEELI AAGAYI HAI YAARO
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAhuHUnRVTU


TABDEELI HUM SAY
https://soundcloud.com/pti-social-media/.../pti-songs


IMRAN ISMAIL's SONG FOR PTI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fT0OWJN4UcM

HUM MULK BACHANAY - ABRAR UL HAQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iklb6aJARow


IMRAN KHAN POWER SHOW
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GI-7yRZz5b0

PTI SONG DAM MAST QALANDAR MAST MAST
www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vd4AbC4Agg


GO NAWAZ GO | GALI GALI MAIN SHOR HEY SARA TABAR CHOR HEY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT8OG-EYwGo


TUM HI SE AYE MUJAHIDO 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mG8h_53CR98

NARA E TAKBEER ALLAH O AKBAR PAKISTAN ARMY SONG
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GBwWyiKgQ0

PAKISTAN DAY PARADE 23 MARCH 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3ZcKOmq4UE


PAKISTAN AIRFORCE SONG | TRIBUTE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-913MB7zNoE

IRON BROTHERS SHOW OF AEROBATICS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mdTnqC0WOM


PAKISTAN : THE TWO NATION THEORY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LipBuJflIQs

STORY OF PAKISTAN
www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6DajWUTbe8


QUAID E AZAM MUHAMMAD ALI JINNAH
www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZid7P37WA8


10 BLUNDERS IN THE HISTORY OF PAKISTAN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIpYp3OLLS0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pQAzF7wu3k
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2ltknAeIsI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9s526DR2_5o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgkKU3ag8B0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCW6XBOAQ6U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdeuwxT5nVk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnHWgSAYI_A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOke32xtKzc&t=54s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRBKxUdRVio
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tpa8afE3t68
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7ndgy1sGgU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swDBUzKOhHQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz1B6Hd-zEA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDAQ-2axFk0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BfaEBGrvbg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMRffrSbJUY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qnz5tMNBf1A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sACEWp20Ug

BRITISH COLONISATION: A LASTING IMPACT ON GENERATIONS?



PAKISTAN' S SOCIOPOLITICAL ECONOMIC POPULAR
REVOLUTION KICKSTARTS IN ISLAMABAD. THE BATON TO LEAD THE LONG MARCH STARTED BY MUHAMMAD ALI JINNAH- QUAID I AZAM HAS BEEN PASSED TO IMRAN KHAN- CAN "KAPTAN" DELIVER? CAN THE NAYA PAKISTAN MODEL BE EXPORTED ELSEWHERE? THIS WILL BE ANALYSED IN FORTHCOMING EDITORIALS.

http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=59&page=6


IMRAN KHAN HAS BEEN ELECTED AS THE NEW PRIME MINISTER OF PAKISTAN
http://www.insaf.pk/public/insafpk/news/...r-pakistan

PTI MANIFESTO - THE ROAD TO NAYA PAKISTAN
https://www.scribd.com/document/38348752...from_embed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8tUpWg6Pyw

IS IMRAN KHAN UP TO THE JOB?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTFxUS09Nb0



WHAT IS PAKISTAN’s CURRENT ECONOMIC CRISIS AND HOW IMRAN KHAN GOVERNMENT IS GOING TO TACKLE THIS ?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-s-xnw7guY


"GREAT HONOUR ": NAVJOT SINGH SIDHU ON ATTENDING IMRAN KHAN's SWEARING IN CEREMONY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyOFkRMXdGo


NEW PAKISTAN PM IMRAN KHAN TELLS BRITAIN TO RETURN LOOTED MONEY








WHEN DREAMS OF THE UNIVERSAL PARADIGM SHIFT ARE
REALISED SLEEPLESSNESS DISAPPEARS AND THE SPIRIT AWAKENS AND SOARS UPWARDS >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=59&page=6


PM KHAN REMINDS NATION OF THE REAL MEANING OF SACRIFICE IN EID MESSAGE
http://www.dawn.com/news/1428583/pm-khan...id-message


IMRAN KHAN'S FIRST SPEECH AS PRIME MINISTER
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHGuWCLB7O0


IMRAN KHAN GUARD OF HONOR
www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_83IMtQG6A]

PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN
http://www.zemtv.com/2018/08/18/prime-mi...-of-honour


PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN ASSUMES CHARGE OF OFFICE
https://www.geo.tv/latest/207843-imran-k...f-pakistan


PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN HISTORIC SPEECH IN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY 17th AUGUST 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihTBiSJ3aZk



VICTORY SPEECH

IMRAN PROMISES WIDE RANGING REFORMS : ALL POLICIES FOR THE PEOPLE
https://www.dawn.com/news/1423029

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday, in his first public address since his party grabbed a lead in the preliminary General Election results, shared his vision for the country and pledged to safeguard the interests of ordinary citizens.

Khan, in a speech made in Bani Gala that was broadcast via video link, claimed victory, saying that he was thankful to have finally been given the chance to implement the manifesto he had envisioned 22 years ago.

"Thanks to God, we won," he said. "We were successful and we were given a mandate," the 65-year-old cricketer-turned-politician said during a live broadcast, adding that there was "no politician victimisation" in the acrimonious contest.

Addressing outcry by opposition political parties that the elections had been rigged or manipulated, Khan promised to provide them the assistance required to investigate such allegations. In the same breath he dismissed such allegations, terming yesterday's polls "the fairest in Pakistan's history".

Watch the complete address here.

"If you think there has been rigging, we will assist you in the investigation if you have any doubts. We will stand by you. I feel that this election has been the fairest in Pakistan's history. If any party has any doubts, we will open up the results of those constituencies for investigation."

He commended the people of Balochistan who voted on election day, despite a suicide attack that left 31 people dead, and the armed forces who provided security for the polls.
Imran's promises

"I want to clarify why I entered politics. Politics could not have given me anything. I wanted Pakistan to become the country that my leader Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had dreamed of."

"I want to share the kind of Pakistan I envision ? the type of state that was established in Madina, where widows and the poor were taken care of," he explained. "Today our state is in shambles. [But] all our policies aim to help the less fortunate prosper," he said.

"Farmers are not paid for their hard work, 25 million children are out of school, our women continue to die in childbirth because we can't give them basic healthcare, we can't give the people clean drinking water. A country is not recognised by the lifestyle of the rich, but by the lifestyle of the poor. No country that has an island of rich people and a sea of poor people can prosper," he said.

Although he claimed to have "suffered the worst kind of personal attacks" that any political leader has had to sustain over the last three years, he said "this is all behind me now".

Imran's promises at a glance

All policies for ordinary citizens

Safeguard tax revenue

Decrease govt expenses

Strengthen institutions

Across-the-board accountability for all

Increase youth employment

Help farmers, business community

Spend money on development

Repurpose PM House

Address ties with China, Afghanistan, Iran, US, India

"I pledge to safeguard the nation's taxes. We will decrease all of our expenses," he promised.


"Our institutions will be stronger, everyone will be held accountable. First I will be subjected to accountability, then my ministers and so on. Today we are behind [other countries] because there is a separate system for those in power and a separate one for ordinary citizens," he said.

"We are facing governance and economic challenges. Our economy has never been so abysmal. It’s because institutions have not been doing their jobs," he explained.

"People are not investing in Pakistan. Another problem is unemployment, our youth does not have jobs. We will introduce a system that has never been implemented before ? a kind of governance system that has not been seen before in this country," he promised.

A country that has the highest number of people giving charity, but the lowest amount of tax revenue, he claimed.

"Our government will decide what we will do with PM House. I would be ashamed to live in such a large house. That house will be converted into an educational institution or something of the sort," he said.

"The point is, we have to improve our condition, we have to formulate policies with the business community to increase wealth," he said.

"We will improve tax culture. People will pay taxes because they will see that their taxes are being spent on them. We will help farmers, the business community and help the youth to find jobs and develop their skills. Our money will be spent on human development," he added.

Foreign policy challenges
"Another challenge is foreign policy. No other country needs peace like we do. We will strengthen our relations with China, they have given us a chance by investing in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, and we also want to learn how to improve people's lives, drag them out of poverty. Will also learn how to deal with corruption," he said.

"Next is Afghanistan. They have suffered most in the ‘war on terror’, and before that in the Afghan jihad. Peace in Afghanistan means peace in Pakistan," he said, adding that he envisions open borders with Afghanistan reminiscent to those within the European Union.

He said he wished relations with the US to be mutually beneficial, not one sided. Additionally, he said he and his party wanted stronger ties with Iran.

"Saudi Arabia has stood by us in our toughest times. We would like to be a reconciliatory state and help them resolve their inner tensions," he said.

He added that he was very disappointed with how Indian media had, in the days leading up to the election, portrayed him as a "Bollywood villain".

"I am a person who arguably knows the most people in India because of my days in cricket. We can resolve the poverty crisis in South East Asia. The biggest problem is Kashmir, every international organisation has said that there are human rights violations taking place in Kashmir," he said.

"We want to improve our relations with India, if their leadership also wants it. This blame game that whatever goes wrong in Pakistan is because of India and vice versa brings us back to square one," he said.

"This is not how we will grow, and it is detrimental to the sub-continent," he said.

"If they take one step towards us, we will take two, but we at least need a start."

"I pledge to our people that I will introduce a system that is for the masses, all policies will be for the people and not for the elite," he vowed.

"I will live humbly," he promised. "So far we have seen that everyone who comes to power changes. That will not happen with me."


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GLOBAL VISION 2000 SALUTES AND CELEBRATES THE SPIRIT OF THIS OCCASION BUT WHERE IS THE FORCE TO DEFEND GLOBAL ISLAM AND MUSLIMS ?


PAKISTAN WILL NEVER AGAIN FIGHT SOMEONE ELSE'S WAR
PM KHAN VOWS DURING DEFENCE DAY SPEECH
https://www.dawn.com/news/1431324/pakistan-will-never-again-fight-some one-elses-war-pm-khan-vows-during-defence-day-speech

A ceremony to commemorate Pakistan's 53rd Defence Day and pay tribute to the martyrs of the 1965 war was held at the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi. Prime Minister Imran Khan accompanied by First Lady Bushra Imran was in attendance along with Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa and other civil and military leaders. Also in attendance were school children, family members of the martyrs and people from different walks of life, including parliamentarians, media representatives, celebrities and sportsmen.

A smartly outfitted group of soldiers put on an enthralling march performance to the tune of traditional songs played by the marching band of the armed forces. Following the performance, Gen Bajwa took the stage to deliver his address on the occasion, after which the chief guest, PM Imran Khan was invited to speak. Strong rule of law needed to prosper as a nation, says PM Khan



Addressing the ceremony as the chief guest, PM Khan mentioned that Pakistan Army was the "only institution (in the country) that works on the basis of merit". "We will bring this meritocracy to all fields in the country in order to help us prosper as a nation," the premier vowed. The prime minister also mentioned that all fields in the country including agriculture will prosper once we develop a strong rule of law in the country.


PM Khan took advantage of the occasion to clarify that there was no such thing as civil-military tension, "there is one common goal, that is to solve the problems of this nation". “This nation will rise when the poor man knows that his son is getting quality education on the state's expense and that education will open opportunities for his son to achieve success in life. That is when the common man will want to become part of this system and own it,” the prime minister said.



“For the past three weeks, I have been seeing presentations on all the problems that this country is facing, and I can tell you this that we will become a nation and rise again. We can overcome these problems once we strengthen the rule of law in this country," PM Khan said. Going back to the history of Islam, PM Khan said that we need to look at the way Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) brought together different tribes to form a nation. “We need to look back and see what Prophet (PBUH) did in order to bring those people together to form a nation so strong that they ruled the world for centuries."


'Sacrifices of valiant soldiers will not go unacknowledged'



"All of you gathered here today gives credence to the fact that we are all united in our efforts to defend Pakistan," said Gen Bajwa while addressing the ceremony. "September 6, 1965, is an important day in the history of our nation. It is the day when the armed forces, with the full support of the nation, defeated an evil adversary. Every Pakistani was the nation's soldier. We were all united to defend our country and played our respective roles. Our soldiers jumped into the fiery pits of warfare but did not let our nation be harmed," he said, adding that the bravery shown by our nation during the 65 war serves as an important lesson and an inspiration to our youth even today. "We have learned a lot from the wars of 65 and 71. We were able to further strengthen our defence forces in the wake of these wars. Despite difficult economic times, we were able to become an atomic power.

"Then began the period of non-traditional warfare. Over the past two decades, a wave of terrorism swept the world. The characteristics of war were forever changed. Unfortunately, Pakistan also found itself in the crosshairs of this new war. "Our armed forces and the entire nation have learned much during their service to Pakistan. Fear and terrorism were thrust upon us. Our homes, schools, places of worship, recreational sites and national institutions were attacked. "Efforts were made to weaken and divide us from within. But I salute all the citizens of Pakistan and the ones safeguarding our nation who fought remarkably in these difficult times and stood against such elements. "We have all successfully fought against this extremist narrative. In this war, more than 76,000 Pakistanis were martyred or injured. To remember these sacrifices we not only celebrate Defence Day but since 2014 also celebrate Martyr's Day.

"We have sacrificed a lot but our job is not done. The war is still ongoing. We have yet to reach the pinnacle of peace. We have to make Pakistan reach a level where no one can look at us with an evil intent," Gen Bajwa said in his stirring speech.



The army chief went on to say that for the country's stability and progress, democracy is of utmost importance. "Democracy cannot blossom without observing the democratic traditions in true spirit and without the strengthening of institutions," he maintained. "We have set on this path ten years ago," he said adding that: "Today we are more united and more resolute. This is a message that Pakistanis are not ones to fear any crisis and will soar to new heights soon." Prominent politicians including Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Defence Minister Pervez Khattak, Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif, and PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto were also present along with senior military leadership. The chiefs of Navy and Air Force also attended the ceremony along with several diplomats and ambassadors. In addition, sports personalities including cricketers Shahid Afridi and Zaheer Abbas along with Olympian Shahbaz Senior and squash champion Jahangir Khan were seen among those attending. Among those to host the event were Humayun Saeed, Maya Ali and Hareem Farooq. The ceremony began with a recitation of the Holy Quran, followed by the national anthem.

A short film showing the families of martyred soldiers remembering their sons left members of the audience in tears. Singer Sahir Ali Bagga opened the ceremony with a patriotic song, as a video paying tribute to the armed forces played in the background. A moving video showcasing Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's vocal prowess was also played. Other entertainers also took the stage as the evening progressed, and a series of short films and videos were shown to the audience. Earlier today, Defence Day was commemorated with traditional fervour and solemnity across the country, beginning with special prayers for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan. Change of guard ceremonies were held at the mausoleums of Allama Iqbal in Lahore and Quaid-i-Azam in Karachi, and a ceremony at the Pakistan Navy headquarters in Islamabad.




SEPTEMBER 6
A DAY TO REMEMBER THE SACRIFICES OF PAKISTAN'S MARTYRS
https://www.dawn.com/news/1431323/septem...ns-martyrs

Top leadership sends out messages of unity; armed forces commemorate the day with a show of power. Pakistan, on September 6, commemorated the sacrifices made by its armed forces during the 1965 war. Various events were held all over the country to mark the occasion. Personnel from all military and paramilitary forces took part in these events.

Prime Minister Imran Khan in his message said Pakistan believes in peaceful coexistence and wants to promote mutual cooperation with other countries, including its neighbours, on the basis of equality. He said the people of Pakistan have the ability to brave all challenges while following Quaid-i-Azam's principles of Unity, Faith, and Discipline. President Mamnoon Hussain and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa also sent out messages of unity the occasion.
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GLOBAL VISION 2000 SALUTES AND CELEBRATES THE SPIRIT OF THIS OCCASION BUT WHERE IS THE FORCE TO DEFEND GLOBAL ISLAM AND MUSLIMS ?


PAKISTAN WILL NEVER AGAIN FIGHT SOMEONE ELSE'S WAR
PM KHAN VOWS DURING DEFENCE DAY SPEECH

https://www.dawn.com/news/1431324/pakistan-will-never-again-fight-some one-elses-war-pm-khan-vows-during-defence-day-speech

A ceremony to commemorate Pakistan's 53rd Defence Day and pay tribute to the martyrs of the 1965 war was held at the General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi. Prime Minister Imran Khan accompanied by First Lady Bushra Imran was in attendance along with Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa and other civil and military leaders. Also in attendance were school children, family members of the martyrs and people from different walks of life, including parliamentarians, media representatives, celebrities and sportsmen.

A smartly outfitted group of soldiers put on an enthralling march performance to the tune of traditional songs played by the marching band of the armed forces. Following the performance, Gen Bajwa took the stage to deliver his address on the occasion, after which the chief guest, PM Imran Khan was invited to speak. Strong rule of law needed to prosper as a nation, says PM Khan



Addressing the ceremony as the chief guest, PM Khan mentioned that Pakistan Army was the "only institution (in the country) that works on the basis of merit". "We will bring this meritocracy to all fields in the country in order to help us prosper as a nation," the premier vowed. The prime minister also mentioned that all fields in the country including agriculture will prosper once we develop a strong rule of law in the country.


PM Khan took advantage of the occasion to clarify that there was no such thing as civil-military tension, "there is one common goal, that is to solve the problems of this nation". “This nation will rise when the poor man knows that his son is getting quality education on the state's expense and that education will open opportunities for his son to achieve success in life. That is when the common man will want to become part of this system and own it,” the prime minister said.



“For the past three weeks, I have been seeing presentations on all the problems that this country is facing, and I can tell you this that we will become a nation and rise again. We can overcome these problems once we strengthen the rule of law in this country," PM Khan said. Going back to the history of Islam, PM Khan said that we need to look at the way Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) brought together different tribes to form a nation. “We need to look back and see what Prophet (PBUH) did in order to bring those people together to form a nation so strong that they ruled the world for centuries."


'Sacrifices of valiant soldiers will not go unacknowledged'



"All of you gathered here today gives credence to the fact that we are all united in our efforts to defend Pakistan," said Gen Bajwa while addressing the ceremony. "September 6, 1965, is an important day in the history of our nation. It is the day when the armed forces, with the full support of the nation, defeated an evil adversary. Every Pakistani was the nation's soldier. We were all united to defend our country and played our respective roles. Our soldiers jumped into the fiery pits of warfare but did not let our nation be harmed," he said, adding that the bravery shown by our nation during the 65 war serves as an important lesson and an inspiration to our youth even today. "We have learned a lot from the wars of 65 and 71. We were able to further strengthen our defence forces in the wake of these wars. Despite difficult economic times, we were able to become an atomic power.

"Then began the period of non-traditional warfare. Over the past two decades, a wave of terrorism swept the world. The characteristics of war were forever changed. Unfortunately, Pakistan also found itself in the crosshairs of this new war. "Our armed forces and the entire nation have learned much during their service to Pakistan. Fear and terrorism were thrust upon us. Our homes, schools, places of worship, recreational sites and national institutions were attacked. "Efforts were made to weaken and divide us from within. But I salute all the citizens of Pakistan and the ones safeguarding our nation who fought remarkably in these difficult times and stood against such elements. "We have all successfully fought against this extremist narrative. In this war, more than 76,000 Pakistanis were martyred or injured. To remember these sacrifices we not only celebrate Defence Day but since 2014 also celebrate Martyr's Day.

"We have sacrificed a lot but our job is not done. The war is still ongoing. We have yet to reach the pinnacle of peace. We have to make Pakistan reach a level where no one can look at us with an evil intent," Gen Bajwa said in his stirring speech.



The army chief went on to say that for the country's stability and progress, democracy is of utmost importance. "Democracy cannot blossom without observing the democratic traditions in true spirit and without the strengthening of institutions," he maintained. "We have set on this path ten years ago," he said adding that: "Today we are more united and more resolute. This is a message that Pakistanis are not ones to fear any crisis and will soar to new heights soon." Prominent politicians including Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Defence Minister Pervez Khattak, Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif, and PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto were also present along with senior military leadership. The chiefs of Navy and Air Force also attended the ceremony along with several diplomats and ambassadors. In addition, sports personalities including cricketers Shahid Afridi and Zaheer Abbas along with Olympian Shahbaz Senior and squash champion Jahangir Khan were seen among those attending. Among those to host the event were Humayun Saeed, Maya Ali and Hareem Farooq. The ceremony began with a recitation of the Holy Quran, followed by the national anthem.

A short film showing the families of martyred soldiers remembering their sons left members of the audience in tears. Singer Sahir Ali Bagga opened the ceremony with a patriotic song, as a video paying tribute to the armed forces played in the background. A moving video showcasing Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's vocal prowess was also played. Other entertainers also took the stage as the evening progressed, and a series of short films and videos were shown to the audience. Earlier today, Defence Day was commemorated with traditional fervour and solemnity across the country, beginning with special prayers for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan. Change of guard ceremonies were held at the mausoleums of Allama Iqbal in Lahore and Quaid-i-Azam in Karachi, and a ceremony at the Pakistan Navy headquarters in Islamabad.




SEPTEMBER 6
A DAY TO REMEMBER THE SACRIFICES OF PAKISTAN'S MARTYRS

https://www.dawn.com/news/1431323/septem...ns-martyrs

Top leadership sends out messages of unity; armed forces commemorate the day with a show of power. Pakistan, on September 6, commemorated the sacrifices made by its armed forces during the 1965 war. Various events were held all over the country to mark the occasion. Personnel from all military and paramilitary forces took part in these events.

Prime Minister Imran Khan in his message said Pakistan believes in peaceful coexistence and wants to promote mutual cooperation with other countries, including its neighbours, on the basis of equality. He said the people of Pakistan have the ability to brave all challenges while following Quaid-i-Azam's principles of Unity, Faith, and Discipline. President Mamnoon Hussain and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa also sent out messages of unity the occasion.
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WORLD EXCLUSIVE ON 17TH ANNIVERSARY OF 9/11
http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=642

It has become clear that one of the factors of decline in Muslim power in the modern era especially compared to Europeans was falling back in terms of war preparedness. Everything from military science, technology, weopons, military-industrial complex, training , military doctrine and sixth generation warfare . This explains the rise of Europe and American empires as well as the use of Empire to support their currencies imperialism that is why we use the term the imperial dollar. The Ummah needs to break the nonMuslim monopoly and leadership in this domain if it is going to attain true and complete independence and subservience to these world powers. The resurrection and establishment of the KHILAFAH and KHALIFATE will replace the doctrine of MIGHT IS RIGHT AND WHITE IS RIGHT with an UNIVERSAL DOCTRINE AND RULE OF UNIVERSAL JUSTICE . Global Vision 2000 will chart the rise and transformation required and actually evolving in the Muslim world towards a UNITED STATES OF ISLAM ARMY. Even in the last world war WW2 which was a European civil war Muslim armies were extensively used to fight the battles of and for nonMuslims. Muslim blood was illegally expended futilely and is not fully acknowledged even today . This can not and must not be repeated in any future world conflict and the Ummah must reorientate and restructure itself to move in this direction. Global Vision 2000 will provide the vision for this to become a reality. >>>>>>>>>>>>>





PAKISTAN WILL NEVER AGAIN FIGHT SOMEONE ELSE'S WAR
PM KHAN VOWS DURING DEFENCE DAY SPEECH

https://www.dawn.com/news/1431324/pakistan-will-never-again-fight-some one-elses-war-pm-khan-vows-during-defence-day-speech

IMRAN KHAN SPEECH AT GHQ WHILE ATTENDING CEREMONY
OF DEFENCE DAY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs0LM7wXdI8


GENERAL QAMAR BAJWA SPEECH AT GHQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfgjkV6QjFs



GHQ CEREMONY : GENERAL RAHEEL HANDS OVER CONTROL
OF PAKISTAN ARMY TO GENERAL QAMAR BAJWA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_x1zAuPrbM


FIRST TIME FROM PAKISTAN MILITARY ACADEMY KAKUL
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3UfhC4eXQ0



TUM HI SE AYE MUJAHIDO 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mG8h_53CR98


NARA E TAKBEER ALLAH O AKBAR PAKISTAN ARMY SONG
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GBwWyiKgQ0


PAKISTAN DAY PARADE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3ZcKOmq4UE


PAKISTAN AIRFORCE SONG | TRIBUTE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-913MB7zNoE


IRON BROTHERS SHOW OF AEROBATICS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mdTnqC0WOM


PAKISTAN DEFENCE SYSTEM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3losfjQ5pn0



FIFTH GENERATION WAR
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3YDFf9an6w


HOW DID PAKISTAN BECOME A NUCLEAR POWER?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T647T-P05Qg


PAKISTAN AERONAUTICAL COMPLEX
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0HUovAQhJM


JF 17 THUNDER FROM A NEW PERSPECTIVE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDIXwFKKmHk


PAKISTAN IS DEVELOPING 5th GENERATION FIGHTER AIRCRAFT AND MAKE UAV UNDER PROJECT AZM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwEipNLahdo
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 12:27 am    Post subject: Eschatology in the 21st century: interfaith and comparitive Reply with quote

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http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=1&pid=2420#pid242 0


ISLAMIC NEW YEAR MESAGE

SEPTEMBER 11 2018 AD : MUHARRAM 1 1440 AH


Today's Gregorian date of September 11 2018 is the start of the Islamic New Year which has reached Muharram 1 1440. We salute the caravan of Islam which has reached this glorious milestone as the immediate future holds the greatest days of Islam ever. We say hold fast and strong to the rope of Islam. This day also marks the 17th anniversary of the satanic false flag terror devised and executed by the enemies of Islam and Muslims. When they launched their murderous new crusade. Bush is caught actually using that term on a tv interview which has been edited now. Everyone should be clear that this GWOT is a Global War of Terror on Islam and Muslims which will boomerang. Every cause will have effect. The significance of this date needs to be clarified for our times.

Firstly, so what happened 1440 years ago when England and the British Isles was being evangelised with Pauline Christianity? The AH refers to Annum Hijra ie the year when the Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) migrated from Makkah to Yathrib(Madinah) in 622 AD. He was invited by the tribes of Madinah to establish Islam as the ruling ideology and government. Both Muslims and nonMuslims need to reflect on the significance of this crossroads in early Islamic history. By 632 this is what happened. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUzQLoyAZKc.


In the 7th century the pagan Arabian tribes were disunited and feuding and the geopolitical context was dominated by 2 rival superpowers: Byzantium and Sassanid. The world was engulfed by paganism, idolatry and imperialism and Muslims refer to this era as of ignorance and darkness- Jahiliyyah. Fast track 1440 years on and it appears nothing has really changed in our 21st century. Our world with over 8000 million human sapiens is engulfed in a new age of ignorance and darkness of the NWO which is marked by fear, anger and extremes and a regime which demands subservience, servitude and hegemony or else. The only difference between then and now is the nature, scale, scope and impact of the NWO. The NWO and the age of Dajjal(Deceit) we are living in is on the verge of a convulsing crisis which will engulf our world and these forces are prepared to take the world down with them rather than change. The deaf, dumb and blind will regret eternally not paying heed to these words.

So where are we just now? Humanity is at an abyss and is facing self destruction as we have a bankrupt ideology and a bankrupt system in which the too big are not only too big to fail but too big to jail. These vultures have escaped Scot free since the great unwind of 2007-8 and are waiting for the next bubble to burst which can happen anytime. We should note that everything is being done to shore up the "imperial dollar" from QE , currency warfare, bailouts, tariffs and austerity. This has only polarised the wealth and gap between the rich and poor and via social media and the internet the mainstream media narrative has been broken and a new consciousness has arisen especially amongst the new generations.

The only hope for the world is the dawn of a moral political economy enshrining political economic justice for all which is the basis of the monotheistic universal Abrahamic paradigm. We can now state that a breakthrough has been made by Islamic justice parties in Turkey and now Pakistan which are Muslim majority States with the coming to power and government. In Turkey we have the AKP led by Tayyip Erdogan and in Pakistan the PTI led by Imran Khan. This should bring joy to the hearts of believers and a smile on their faces whilst no doubt anxiety and fear will arise only in the hearts and faces of the enemies of Islam. We now have the great news to announce in 1440/2018 that both Turkey and Pakistan who are blood brothers and are heirs to the legacy of the Ottoman and Mughal Empires. They are being slowly and surely re-aligned in the direction they should have started in 1923 and 1947. These legacy heirs in Europe and Asia are moving their post independence post war national states in the direction of Islam. Turkey's failed US backed military coup d'etat rebounded by bringing the Turkish nation to back the elected AKP government and a purge was activated. In 2018 the elections have entrenched the AKP Government with a new Presidential system.

In Pakistan a nation with a turbulent and volatile history the unforeseen and unexpected happened. The Panama paper leaks in July 2016 released evidence on the corruption of the Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif leading to his disqualification, resignation and eventual imprisonment. This was the final straw breaking the back of corruption and in the recent elections the Pakistan Movement for Justice PTI broke the political duopoly after 22 years since the founding of his political party. Imran Khan's Tehreek i Insaf PTI should be congratulated and saluted for his sweeping victory and we wish him the best. It should be noted this is just the first step in what can only be billed as the long march for justice and NAYA PAKISTAN(New Pakistan) needs to put back the "PAK" back into Pakistan as envisaged by Jinnah. Only by this commitment and change will the Ummah and world take notice insha'allah.

The sacrifices of Indian Muslims of the 20th century need to be realised for the masses now. As the winds of change are blowing in the east the time to move the stranded ship of Global Islam has arrived as the tide of history is coming in. The peoples dreams of the Universal Paradigm shift known as TABDEELI in the Indian subcontinent have been awakened and when realised sleeplessness disappears and the spirit awakens and soars upwards. Global Vision 2000 is pleased to announce some salient pre-requisites and the manifesto for this transformation.

Although my concerns for an ISLAMIC MANIFESTO for the 2IST CENTURY have been dormant since my youth . I am proposing some suggestions herewith. This means that the time to establish an United States of Islam army upholding the sovereignty, integrity and security of the Khilafa and Khilafate has arrived. As it is clear that one of the factors of decline in Muslim power in the modern era especially compared to Europeans was falling back in terms of war preparedness. Everything from military science and technology, weopons, military-industrial complex, training, military doctrine and sixth generation warfare . This explains the rise of Europe and American empires as well as the use of Empire to support their currencies imperialism that is why we use the term the imperial dollar.

The Ummah needs to break the nonMuslim monopoly and leadership in this domain if it is going to attain true and complete independence and subservience to these world powers. The resurrection and establishment of the Khilafah and Khalifate will replace the doctrine of Might is Right and White is Right with an universal doctrine and rule of universal justice. Even in the last world war WW2 which was a European civil war Muslim armies were extensively used to fight the battles of and for nonMuslims. Muslim blood was illegally expended futilely and is not fully acknowledged even today . This can not and must not be repeated in any future world conflict and the Ummah must reorientate and restructure itself to move in this direction.

This GWOT attack since 2001 has not only only led to the fragmentation or occupation of Somalia, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria but also the sparking of a Sunni-Shia civil war. So the United States of Islamic army will need to intervene to end these conflicts and tensions.

This urgent need has been seen again with the recent genocide committed by Burmese Buddhists. All we saw was the shedding of crocodile tears. Enough is enough innocents butchered whilst the world walks by. Global Vision 2000 wont. . The prosecution of genocidal Nazi Buddhist war criminals and Aung San Suu Kyi is not enough; What about sanctions and regime change. The times demand nothing more or less than raising a real independent global transnational Islamic army of justice defending the defenceless and taking on the oppressors and giving them some of their own medicine. Suffice it to state that the exact nature of this new entity and it's parameters will be dictated by a NON KHWARIJITE interpretation of the doctrine of JIHAD. What is being called for will not be another Western NATO proxy like AL Qaeda or Daesh nor any sectarian entity such as Hizbullah. This is inevitable just as we see the sunset and sunrise. We herald and salute it's dawn.

The implications of this is clear and that means the return of the Kingdom of Hejaz in the Arabian peninsula to it's former sovereignty as an independent political entity controlled by Global Islam as Makkah and Madinah need to be free to be effective. Since the establishment of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the auspices of the Anglo American Zionist axis Global Islam has been neutered and it has to be freed and liberated from these constraints. Likewise it is clear that Global Islam can no longer tolerate the constraints and dictated interpretation of Najdi Saudi literal interpretation of Wahabbi Islam which was never mainstream Sunni Islam until patronised and sponsored by the British empire. As the heart beat of the Ummah with the annual Hajj and Umrah it has to be liberated from being a mere ritual increasingly becoming a privilege and playground for the well off and rich. It needs to be transformed into the base and centre for a global ecosystem of mutual solidarity and the defence and integrity of the Ummah.


The GWOT has also unleashed a climate of global Islamophobia as the wars both covertly and transparent need to demonise the other the enemy within or out there to create and justify the trillions of dollars or euros spent in this campaign. This needs to be deconstructed by activating DAWAH to neutralise hate campaigns from wherever and whenever. But that is not sufficient and that is why Global Vision 2000 has been focussing on the Universal Islamic values of justice especially universal economic justice where Islam is viewed as a solution for all of humanity. Indeed because Islam is the only remaining civilisational force offering an alternative to the demise of the NWO it is being demonised. Islam needs to be presented NOT as a ritual or doctrine but as a spiritual and moral civilisation offering a holistic sustainable alternative to the crisis ridden and defunct neoliberal financial usurious destructive global capitalistic system and secular fundamentalism which is leading to nihilism.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:40 pm    Post subject: Eschatology in the 21st century: interfaith and comparitive Reply with quote

PAKISTAN'S VISION 2025
http://globalvision2000.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=624&pid=2424#pid2 424


SPOT ON DIAGNOSIS BY IMRAN KHAN WHO WANTS THE PEOPLE, ARMY AND GOVERNMENT TO CHANGE AND ACT IN UNISON AND UNITY TO OVERCOMING THE LEGACY OF THE BRITISH RAJ , ELITE COLONIAL MINDSET AND PAX AMERICANA TO ACHIEVE THE PAKISTANI POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC REVIVAL. THE FINANCIAL, BANKING USURIOUS DEBT AND MILITARY TRAP SET BY THE ENEMIES OF THE NATION NEEDS TO BE BROKEN WITH AN EMERGENCY NATIONAL PLAN OF ACTION .

WARNING ON THE COUNTER REVOLUTION MOVES BY ENEMIES OF ISLAM AND MUSLIMS AGAINST NEW PAKISTAN TABDEELI GOVERNMENT. 0VER 384 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ARRESTED BY THE AUTHORITIES SEEKING TO ASSASSINATE PM IMRAN KHAN AND CIA MEDIA BLACK PROPAGANDA WAR LAUNCHED AND FALSE FLAG TERROR PLANNED TO BLAME PAKISTAN AND INSTIGATE WAR. ARE WE ABOUT TO SEE THE GWOT LAUNCHED SINCE 9/11 ABOUT TO BOOMERANG?


IMRAN KHAN IS READY TO GIVE HIS BEST SPEECH AT THE UN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95ebFRIh26o

US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS GIVING NEW INSTRUCTIONS TO PAKISTANI PM IMRAN KHAN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKupiINBuqQ

A STRONG MESSAGE FOR PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN FROM DONALD TRUMP
www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_t6W5o1xXE


PAKISTANI NATION WAS FOOLED BY MEDIA AGAINST IMRAN KHAN's GOVERNMENT
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMjWMTe-1eU



ISI PUT DOWN ABOUT 384 SUSPECTS IN THE COUNTRY
IMRAN KHAN's SECURITY RISKS INCREASES
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9_awaHfFY0



PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN
SECURITY WITHOUT PROTOCOL TO OFFICE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrAtEtA0YxU


PM IMRAN KHAN ADDRESSES GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN ISLAMABAD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCp6rVk8O_k


PM IMRAN KHAN VISITS GHQ AND ASSURED TO PROVIDE EVERY KIND OF SUPPORT
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oREyQAajQ7s


NEW POLICY OF PM IMRAN KHAN BY PAKISTAN ARMY GENERAL QAMAR BAJWA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyI6DDVvP5s

ASAD UMAR TELLING ABOUT 100 DAYS AGENDA OF PTI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBZlat0yozQ


PM IMRAN KHAN INAUGARATES MIANWALI-RAWALPINDI TRAIN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pw7uMQ6ACK0

SHEIKH RASHEED ADDRESSES RAWALPINDI MIANWALI TRAIN INAUGURATION CEREMONY 14th Sep 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3d8jXkqUxms



PM HOUSE INSIDE VIEW AND BUDGET
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UicpL_eLm1U


PAKISTAN DEBT CLOCK
https://www.nationaldebtclocks.org/debtclock/pakistan
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