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    MQM Leader and Youth Minister Sindh
    Syed Faisal Sabzwari with Legend Squash player Jahangir Khan
    during ITCN Asia inauguration ceremony at Expo Center Karachi.


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    MQM should be ashamed for opening this kind of an ordinary (trivial) facility so late; other countries did it many years ago. Instead of being sorry (ashamed), you people are bragging about it and proud of it? You cheapsters...

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    MQM should be ashamed for opening this kind of an ordinary (trivial) facility so late; other countries did it many years ago. Instead of being sorry (ashamed), you people are bragging about it and proud of it? You cheapsters...

    MQM is working in ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN.
    Where Sin Of Soils (not son of soils), which actually are all in all of ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN.
    They were trying to make AFGHANISTAN 5th province rather than some thing productive.

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    MQM should be ashamed for opening this kind of an ordinary (trivial) facility so late; other countries did it many years ago. Instead of being sorry (ashamed), you people are bragging about it and proud of it? You cheapsters...
    Yes ashamed for Na-ahal shareef and all others who are still sleeping and doing munafiqat when awake, it is indeed a matter of proud for the MQM followers under whose ministries, these ministries have become viable and more dynamic in approach, you the real cheapster!!!

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    Good Work should be appreciated no matter who does it

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    MQM Leader and Youth Minister Sindh
    Syed Faisal Sabzwari with Legend Squash player Jahangir Khan
    during ITCN Asia inauguration ceremony at Expo Center Karachi.

    The legendary squash player Mr. Jahangir Khan's presence in MQM every landmark activity is a sign of immense satisfaction and proud for the MQM supporters, i hope his inclination towards MQM will soon be turned into a practical affiliation with MQM.

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    Bus Mai nahi tha wahan ............. How Sad ............. i missed ..................

    MQM is a great political party ........... MQM only want PEACE in the city ...................

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    The legendary squash player Mr. Jahangir Khan's presence in MQM every landmark activity is a sign of immense satisfaction and proud for the MQM supporters, i hope his inclination towards MQM will soon be turned into a practical affiliation with MQM.
    I myself is an Admirer of good works of this party but the only problem which I have with them is their unconditional support to this Ultimately Corrupt Govt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xzavier View Post
    Bus Mai nahi tha wahan ............. How Sad ............. i missed ..................

    MQM is a great political party ........... MQM only want PEACE in the city ...................
    aur aap kiyn nahi thay wahan? If I could ask?

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    aur aap kiyn nahi thay wahan? If I could ask?
    Mai office mai tha ............. ja nahin saka ........ kisi sai baat karni thi important meeting thi wo nahin chorh sakta tha wo is sai ziada khaas tha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkles View Post
    I myself is an Admirer of good works of this party but the only problem which I have with them is their unconditional support to this Ultimately Corrupt Govt.
    its not unconditional ............

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanov View Post
    Yes ashamed for Na-ahal shareef and all others who are still sleeping and doing munafiqat when awake, it is indeed a matter of proud for the MQM followers under whose ministries, these ministries have become viable and more dynamic in approach, you the real cheapster!!!


    Prophet said: "…and every man will have only what he intended", he was informing us of the implications of this in Islamic Law. If a person performs a good and correct deed with a good intention, then his action will be good and rewardable, and if he performs the same action with a bad motive, then his action will be bad and deserving of punishment.

    Likewise, if a person performs a permissible action without an intention to do something good or bad, but merely with the intention of doing something permissible, then he will be deserving of neither a reward nor a punishment for doing so.

    Deeds can be good and bad in and of themselves. However, a person will only be deserving of a reward for his good deeds if he performed them for the sake of Allah [meaning: Sincerely] and not for some ulterior motive.

    After stating the principle that a person's actions are only as good as the intentions behind them, the Prophet (peace be upon him) goes on to give a concrete example. It is an example of a deed that on the surface is the same for all those who perform it. However, people can have very different reasons for doing so.

    The emigration from Mecca to Madinah was an emigration from the land of unbelief to the land of Islam. Whoever undertakes such a migration, then or now, out of his love of Islam and his desire to put Islam into practice and please Allah and His Messenger (peace be upon him), is performing a great act of devotion worthy of a great reward.

    However, if his emigration from the land of the unbelievers to the land of Islam was for business or some other worldly gain, then his deed will not be an act of worship. It will merely be a business move.
    There are many reasons why people leave there homelands and settle somewhere else. Some of these are lawful, while others are unlawful. Some may be worthy of reward in and of themselves. This is why Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) said: "…then his emigration was for whatever reason he emigrated."

    If a person travels to another country so he can engage in indecent and sinful acts that are not accessible to him in his country, then his travel is sinful from the moment he embarks on his journey. <<< TAFU in London >>>

    Likewise, if a person goes to another land with the intention of cheating its gullible inhabitants, then he is a sinner from the start. <<<< Jinnah Pure, Muhajir Suba>>>>

    On the other hand, if a person relocates to a place where he feels business will be more profitable, then he is neither performing an act of worship nor committing a sin. He is merely looking after his worldly interests. The same can be said for a man who travels to another land to marry his beloved.


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    MQM is working in ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN.
    Where Sin Of Soils (not son of soils), which actually are all in all of ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN.
    They were trying to make AFGHANISTAN 5th province rather than some thing productive.
    The dangers of insincerity:

    When a hypocrite does any act of devotion, he is merely showing off. He does not believe in Allah. He only prays and does other good deeds for the sake of the people. Allah describes them as follows: "And if they stand for prayer, they do so lazily to be seen of men and they do not remember Allah except a little." [Sûrah al-Nisâ': 142]

    A believer, however, is not secure from falling into this form of insincerity, though of course not to the same extent as a hypocrite. Insincerity can sneak up on a believer, so he must be vigilant to make sure that his intentions are pure.

    The greatest threat to our worship is the threat of insincerity. We can do the noblest of deeds and make the greatest of sacrifices, but if our intentions are not right, those deeds become stripped of virtue. This can leave a person without good deeds on the Day of Judgment.

    That said, Don't take the hadees in religious context only. What it means is: Your good deeds are worth nothing (wasted) if you do them for selfish gains or insincere intentions.

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    Prophet said: "…and every man will have only what he intended", he was informing us of the implications of this in Islamic Law. If a person performs a good and correct deed with a good intention, then his action will be good and rewardable, and if he performs the same action with a bad motive, then his action will be bad and deserving of punishment.

    Likewise, if a person performs a permissible action without an intention to do something good or bad, but merely with the intention of doing something permissible, then he will be deserving of neither a reward nor a punishment for doing so.

    Deeds can be good and bad in and of themselves. However, a person will only be deserving of a reward for his good deeds if he performed them for the sake of Allah [meaning: Sincerely] and not for some ulterior motive.

    After stating the principle that a person's actions are only as good as the intentions behind them, the Prophet (peace be upon him) goes on to give a concrete example. It is an example of a deed that on the surface is the same for all those who perform it. However, people can have very different reasons for doing so.

    The emigration from Mecca to Madinah was an emigration from the land of unbelief to the land of Islam. Whoever undertakes such a migration, then or now, out of his love of Islam and his desire to put Islam into practice and please Allah and His Messenger (peace be upon him), is performing a great act of devotion worthy of a great reward.

    However, if his emigration from the land of the unbelievers to the land of Islam was for business or some other worldly gain, then his deed will not be an act of worship. It will merely be a business move.
    There are many reasons why people leave there homelands and settle somewhere else. Some of these are lawful, while others are unlawful. Some may be worthy of reward in and of themselves. This is why Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) said: "…then his emigration was for whatever reason he emigrated."

    If a person travels to another country so he can engage in indecent and sinful acts that are not accessible to him in his country, then his travel is sinful from the moment he embarks on his journey. <<< TAFU in London >>>

    Likewise, if a person goes to another land with the intention of cheating its gullible inhabitants, then he is a sinner from the start. <<<< Jinnah Pure, Muhajir Suba>>>>

    On the other hand, if a person relocates to a place where he feels business will be more profitable, then he is neither performing an act of worship nor committing a sin. He is merely looking after his worldly interests. The same can be said for a man who travels to another land to marry his beloved.

    If this is your interpretation of Islam then i would suggest you to revisit your Imaan and so forth your aqeeda, in this whole unrelated story you have missed a root connotation is, that is Allah is the only one who knows the intentions and He Who will judge human not human themselves the rewards and punishment here was of eternal nature. Now after giving the most respected narrations and then apply them unto your own perceptive thinking inorder to malign character of fellow muslim is of grave consiquences in which you have indulge yourself.
    You have written " The emigration from Mecca to Madinah was an emigration from the land of unbelief to the land of Islam".
    Your ignorance of your own history and Imaan is as this level then one can easily understand your abilities of analysis or rationalise your idealogical theories and the principles on which your are wasting your life.
    Likewise, if a person goes to another land with the intention of cheating its gullible inhabitants, then he is a sinner from the start. <<<< Jinnah Pure, Muhajir Suba>
    Now to remind you here the land of inhabitants your are refering to was the part of same country, and those were the inhabitant of same country and equal fellow citizen, they were sleeping when Sikhs were ruling them and their Mosque(Jama Masjid) was turned to stable by the rulers but they were so deeply indulged in slaverey they raising slogans of "Sutt seri Akal",

    Now i quote here that "from my ummat there rise a group of people who would be the literate and guide my ummat and cleansed them from impurities".
    Your nefarious thinking and envy is clearly visible in your writting, but please don't bring or connotate your evil impure and immature idealogies with highly sacred versus as this will consider as Toheen-e-Deen and cannot be tolerated.

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