Friday, November 22, 2013

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Nadeem Malik Live - 21st November 2013
Nadeem Malik Live - 21st November 2013
Mufti Muhammad Naeem Principal Jamia Binoria, Allama Abbas Kumeli MWM, Muhammad Hafeez ...
Comments: 4 | Duration: 00:45:38
Nadeem Malik Live - 20th November 2013
Nadeem Malik Live - 20th November 2013
Dr. Shahid Masood Khan Senior Analyst, Shafqat Mahmood PTI, Barrister Dr. Mohammad Farogh ...
Comments: 22 | Duration: 00:44:15
Nadeem Malik Live - 19th November 2013
Nadeem Malik Live - 19th November 2013
Muhammad Ijaz-ul-Haq President PML-Z, Lt. Gen (R) Moinuddin Haider Former Governor Sindh, ...
Comments: 20 | Duration: 00:45:03
Nadeem Malik Live - 18th November 2013
Nadeem Malik Live - 18th November 2013
Qamar Zaman Kaira PPP, Nawabzada Lashkari Khan Raisani PML-N, Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman ...
Comments: 5 | Duration: 00:42:50


Issuing Fatwas of Kufr is the real issue, say religious scholars
Issuing Fatwas of Kufr is the real issue, say religious scholars
Thursday, November 21, 2013 9:53:20 PM
Staff Report ISLAMABAD: Noted religious scholars have said that issuing decrees of Kufr to the followers of other sects is the root cause behind all the ills and we need to address this issue on priority basis. Jawed Ahmad Ghamidi, Qari Hanif Jalandhari, Mufti Naeem, and Allam Abbas Kumeli were the participants in today’s ‘Nadeem Malik Live’. We need to learn living along with all the differences of opinion, advised prominent religious scholar Jawed Ahmad Ghamidi. While expressing his opinion on today’s question, who is responsible for sectarian riots, Jawed Ghamidi suggested that we ne....
 
 
 
Govt urged to establish state writ to avert chaos
Govt urged to establish state writ to avert chaos
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 9:29:11 PM
Web Desk ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is heading towards chaos if state doesn’t establish its writ across the country, political leaders and law experts agreed on Wednesday. Speaking in SAMAA’s current affairs program, Nadeem Malik Live, here, senior PTI leader Shafqat Mahmood said Prime Minister is hardly seen in Pakistan and also where was the chief minister during Rawalpindi riots. He urged all political parties to realize that Pakistan was close to becoming a failed state. About Musharraf’s trial, he said that the matter was now before the court. All political forces, he said, were clear tha....


Musharraf treason case is pre-decided, say law experts
Musharraf treason case is pre-decided, say law experts
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 9:18:06 PM
Staff Report ISLAMABAD: The trial of former president General (retd.) Pervez Musharraf under Article 6 of the Constitution for imposition of emergency rule on Nov 3, 2007 could thwart future attempts to topple elected governments, prominent legal and political experts agreed on Tuesday. These views were expressed by guest panelists while speaking in SAMAA’s current affairs program, Nadeem Malik Live. Veteran law expert and former federal minister Khalid Anwar said that 12 Oct 1999 coup was validated in 17th Amendment so it was a good step to focus just on Nov 3 emergency. The senior lawy....


Sectarian hatred penetrated into society: Kaira
Sectarian hatred penetrated into society: Kaira
Monday, November 18, 2013 9:17:24 PM
Staff Report ISLAMABAD: Senior PPP leader and former federal information minister Qamar Zaman Kaira has said that Rawalpindi riots reflect that sectarian hatred has penetrated into the society. Speaking in SAMAA’s current affairs program, ‘Nadeem Malik Live’ here on Monday, Kaira said that “Pakistani state unfortunately started jihad as a state policy in the name of religion and now this mindset has dominated the country.” Kaira was of the view that it was a tough task to fight this mindset, which has not been given due attention by all parties, including PPP. He pointed out that top gove....











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