New Map after disintegration of Pakistan

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Saturday, April 04, 2009

SYED JAMALUDDIN´S MESSAGE ON DEATH ANNIVERSARY OF ZULFIQAR ALI BHUTTO

In his message on the 30th anniversary of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (former prime minister of Pakistan and father of Benazir Bhutto), Syed Jamaluddin (author of DIVIDE PAKISTAN TO ELIMINATE TERRORISM and FORMATION OF REPUBLIC OF JINNAHPUR) has said that Punjabi establishment was responsible for disintegrating Pakistan in 1971, killing Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, creating Taliban, promoting cross broder terrorism and adopting discriminatory policies. He said that Pakistan should be divided immediately in order to get rid of Punjabi establishment´s conspiracy of ridiculing Sindhis, Balochis, Pakhtoons and Urdu speaking nation currently living under the umbrella of socalled federation. Syed Jamaluddin said that Pakistan´s existence in present form is a great danger to the whole world as mentioned by him in his book DIVIDE PAKISTAN TO ELIMINATE TERRORISM on Page No. 40.

4 comments:

Sikander Hayat said...

On 4th April 1979, a dictator Zia Ul Haq oversaw a judicial murder of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. We must not let this kind of thing happen again and the only way to stop us from repeating history is by not forgetting history.

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By Sikander Hayat

John Maszka said...

Hello,

I'm an academic in America conducting feminist research on how American foreign policy affects popular support for terrorism. My theory is that America’s hegemonic activity fuels popular support for terrorism, but I need data to support that hypothesis. I plan to conduct a large international survey in order to collect that data. Before I conduct the survey, however, I need to devise a survey instrument that is non-biased (non-western, non-white). I strongly believe that the biggest reason that America is losing the war on terror is that we aren’t listening to the people that matter the most—everyone else. The same principal applies to my survey: it won’t do any good if I’m not asking the right questions.

So I’m asking for your help.

I’ve put together a pre-survey questionnaire to help fashion a survey that hopefully will ask the right questions― one that takes race, religion, and gender issues into consideration rather than just making the same old geopolitical assumptions that political scientists in my field tend to make. I’m particularly interested in incorporating the views of women, non-whites, and people living outside of America and Western Europe. The final survey will go out once the pre-survey data has been collected and analyzed.

The survey can be accessed at

http://www.johnmaszka.com/SURVEY.html

Would you please post the link on your site and ask your readers to do the same? I'd really appreciate it if you shared the link with others. But most importantly, please take a moment and fill out the pre-survey yourself.

Thank you!
Take care,

John Maszka

Lere said...

Syed Jamaluddin is a great writer. His vision of disintegrating Pakistan is very much workable. Syed Jamaluddin had floated the idea of Pakistan´s disintegtration in 2001 for the first time. At that time. nobody believed Syed Jamaluddin and rather condemned his proposal. However, his approach has been accepted the recent times and even famous international news magazines have copied phrases from Syed Jamaluddin´s book "DIVIDE PAKISTAN TO ELIMINATE TERRORISM". I am hopeful that Syed Jamaluddin´s proposed theory of disintegration of Pakistan will be seriously considered by USA.

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