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Subject: PAKIS:search for your missing family members...
trustedsourceofinfo    3/5/2006 4:37:40 PM
Sunday, March 05, 2006 62 Pakistanis listed on Guantanamo roster By Khalid Hasan WASHINGTON: There are 62 Pakistani names on the 450-strong list of men who were detainees at Guantanamo Bay. Most of them were captured in Afghanistan after the war in 2001. For four years, Washington Post researchers have been compiling the names and countries of origin of detainees from unofficial public sources such as news accounts, legal documents, interviews with attorneys and relatives and information from detainee support sites on the Web. Associated Press also obtained a list under the Freedom on Information. Of the 62 Pakistanis on the list, 21 have been released. The largest number of detainees (109) was from Saudi Arabia, with Pakistan coming in second place in terms of numbers and Afghanistan in the third with 60 detainees. Here is the list of Pakistani detainees: Abbas, Muhammad Ahmad, Ali R Ahmad, Ejaz Ahmed, Sarfaraz Alam, Noor (Abdullah Mahsud R Ali, Sarfraz Ali, Syed Saim Amin, Aminullah Ansar, Muhammad R Anwar, Muhammad Ashraf, Muhammad Ayub, Haseeb Dad, Fazal Hanif, Muhammad Iilyas, Muhammad Iqbal, Faid or Faiq R Iqbal, Zafar Irfan, Muhammad Ishaq, Muhammad R Jamaluddin, Muhammad R Jan, Aziaullah Khan, Alef R Khan, Aziz Khan, Badshah Khan, Ejaz Ahmad R Khan, Hamood ullah Khan, Issa Khan, Muhammad Ejaz Khan, Muhammad Kashif R Khan, Tariq Aziz R Kifayatullah Manzoor, Hafiz Liaqat R Maula, Abdul R Mehmood, Majid R Mehmood, Talli R Muhammad, Ali Muhammad, Shah R Naseer, Muneer bin Nauman, Muhammad Omar, Muhammad Paracha, Saifullah Rafiq, Muhammad Rahim, Abdul Raza, Abid Raza, Muhammad Arshad Razaq, Abdul/Abdur R Rehman, Abdul Rehman, Hafiz Khalil ur Rehman, Sajid-ur R Saeed, Hafiz Ehsan Saeed, Muhammad Safeesi, Abdul Sattar Sagheer, Muhammad R Salahuddin, Ghazi R Sattar, Abdul Shah, Syed Zia Hussain Sultan, Zahid Tariq, Muhammad Tariq, Muhammad Wali, Jehan/Jan R Zaman, Badar uz Zaman, Qaisir R
 
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eggfooyoung    QAID-E-AZAM   3/18/2006 7:49:33 AM
IRFAN MUHAMMAD AND TARIQ MUHHAMAD ARE JINNAH'S HALF COUSINS.HOPE THESE PEOPLE GET THEIR 72 VIRGINS AS PROMISED BY MUHAMMED THE PIG.:-))
 
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eggfooyoung    RE:PAKIS:search for your missing family members...   3/19/2006 3:14:34 AM
do you even know what cognition means.by the way it,if u choose to waste time,theres little i can do bout it.
 
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enlighten    RE:PAKIS:search for your missing family members...   3/19/2006 7:04:48 PM
When you compare India and Pakistan, Both coutries are created at the same time.Ethnically and racially both people are almost same.The only difference is Religion. So the religion place important role in development of a country.Now the world recognizes India and China will be economic super power in due course of time.It is left to the people to identify this issue and correct themselves. Here is a proof of state of affair in Pakistan. This article published in Dawn dated I have recently returned home after a four-week visit in Pakistan. As always, I have had a marvellous experience. The secret of my bliss may have been that I have never had to deal with any government agency. Second, not being a demanding person, I am easy to please. If I may have the reader’s indulgence, I should like to recount some of what I saw and did. My primary objective was to see family and old friends. Needless to say, the family showered upon me unbounded affection. Of the old friends, quite a few have passed away. Among those still living, even if not exactly “kicking,” I spent a wonderful day with Professor K.K. Aziz, a prolific writer and one of the country’s foremost historians. We talked of interpretations of Muslim history in the subcontinent, and then we exchanged reminiscences of our time together in Government College, Lahore, from where we had graduated way back in 1946. We talked of places and events, teachers with whom we had studied, friends we had cherished, platforms we had supported or opposed, and the “distractions” and misadventures of those younger days. My second objective was to meet professors and students at some of our universities. I saw a friend at LUMS, and lectured at the Government College University, and the Lahore School of Economics; Islamia University and a women’s college in Bahawalpur; University of Sindh (Jamshoro campus); Institute of Business Administration (IBA) in Karachi; Iqra University and the Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development in Islamabad. I also addressed a session of an international conference on Islamic civilization organized by the department of history at the University of the Punjab. The topics preferred by the host institutions, and the ones that evoked lively interest on the part of students, included issues of regional identity and provincial autonomy; nationhood and nationalism; westernization and modernization and their interplay with democracy; “clash of civilizations”; building and preserving of political institutions. I am happy to report that students at these institutions are alert, inquisitive, ready to question and argue if and when something other than the “run of the mill,” something exciting or provocative is said to them. Our young people are potentially just as capable of world class scholarship, innovation and inventiveness, as any other group anywhere else. One hopes those responsible for awakening their minds, and training them in the arts of scientific inquiry, do their job. In terms of this potential women students are in no wise less promising. My exchanges with students at the women’s college near Bahawalpur were surprisingly vigorous. I discovered also that the number of women at public universities — even at places like Multan, Bahawalpur, and Jamshoro — now exceeds that of men. This trend signifies that in time they may surpass men in public employment and the professions. I had numerous “drawing room” conversations with friends. Grievances concerning poverty on the one hand, ostentatious spending on the other, unemployment, widespread corruption, breakdown of law and order, extremism and terrorism, political instability, military’s intrusions into governance, rigged elections, absence of democracy, etc., were voiced as one might have expected. At the end of each such conversation someone asked the million-dollar question: what is then to be done? Those given to despair said nothing could be done, and that things would simply keep going from bad to worse until we fell into utter anarchy. Then there were those who hoped that God might some day send us a “deliverer” who would set things right. (“marday az ghaib ayad wa karay bekunad.”) As the realization dawned that God did not send “deliverers” except rarely, participants became sceptical on this score. I tried to argue that when things get as botched up as they have become in Pakistan, reform is necessarily a slow process. It is not likely to be initiated by the forces that are themselves the corruptors and wreckers of the systems that were once reasonably good and viable. Nothing will be gained, for instance, from asking the PML-Q managers to please let the next elections be fair and honest. The pressure for change has to come from other forces, the “organs of civil society,” including not only the opinion makers and professional associations but also the barons of commerce and industry and their organizations. Governance
 
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eggfooyoung    RE:PAKIS:search for your missing family members...   3/22/2006 10:57:59 PM
...HAHAHAA...EURASIANS HUH!!!not really..let me enlighten you.majority of the pakistanis are the product of repeated rape of paki women by central asian turkic hordes.a few arabs would have also raped them and converted them to islam.in short pakistanis are the bastards by ethnicity.they are neither aryan,eurasian or anything else.try telling europeans or anglo-saxons that you are half-white-they will fart on your mohammedean face.the official CIA website clearly states the population of india is 74% INDO-ARYAN.now go figure wats next.
 
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Jawan    RE:PAKIS: Racially superior?????????   3/28/2006 2:11:50 AM
"ethnically and racially both people are almost same." whoa wait stop. first of all we are not the same. while indians are half african and half indian, we pakistanis are half white and half indian. thats why we are taller, stronger, and have more fair skin than most indians we are Eurasians. thats why when you look at a typical indian he is usually darker, shorter, and physically weak as compared to a pakistani who is fair skin, taller and physically stronger""""" U IDIOT< WHere the heck u got this from. UR stupidity seems to be more than an average PAKI poster in here!!!! MOst pakis are nothing but runaway indians and HALF BREEDs. U chaps dont even have ur own religion. No history ZILCH. Nothing is URS. GET BACK TO THE PLANET OR SHOVE OFFF!!!!
 
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eggfooyoung    RE:PAKIS: Racially superior?????????   3/28/2006 7:59:23 AM
right on target jawan.this son of a pig seems to have a borderline iq.hes one of those dumbasses who fall for the "72 virgin and honey in heaven' .
 
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