WHY DO MUSLIM COUNTRIES GET INTO SUCH A DEVASTATED LAWLESS STATE AND THEN BEG AND BEG? JUST SEE THE BEGGING BOWL OF THE WHOLE WORLD CALLED BANGLA(BOGUS)DESH.
...DID MOHAMMED HAVE ANY CURE FOR THEIR ETERNAL POVERTY?
IN 1947 THE INDIAN MUSLIMS WENT MOHAMMED'S WAY BOASTING TO THE REST OF US KAFIRS, "YOU HINDUS WILL SINK IN POVERTY WHILE WE, INSHA' ALLAH, WITH MOHAMMED'S GUIDING HAND, WILL BE A PROSPEROUS NATION BY 1957."
1957 CAME AND WENT BUT PAKISTAN SANK INTO JEHAALAT CHAOS AND POVERTY.
NOW THAT STATE OF MOHAMMED, BLESSED BY ALLAH, IS ABEGGING. SO ARE THE PLO, IRAQ AND TURKEY.
PLEASE READ ON. FOR ALL THOSE HARD WORKING KAFIRS, YOUR TAXES ARE GOING TO FEED MORE AND MORE ALIS, MOHAMMEDS AND FATIMAS WHILE YOU ARE ALSO BEING SLAPPED IN THE FACE AND ABUSED AS KAFIRS AND INFIDELS, AND KILLED OFF IN SOUTH KASHMIR ON DAILY BASIS.
THE SOLUTION? START COMMENDING YOUR ENLIGHTENED RELIGONS TO THE PRIMITIVE ISLAMIC FOLK WHO ARE INCREASING NUMBERS AT MATHEMATICAL RATE BUT SINKING IN IMPOVERISHMENT AND POVERTY AT GEOMETRICAL RATE.
IF ONE DRAWS A PROJECTION THEN THE PROSPECT IS ALARMING. HUNGRY MUSLIM MILLIONS WILL LASH OUT IN ALL DIRECTIONS, SETTING FIRE TO THE INFIDEL CIVILISATION THAT IS NOW FEEDING THEM, NOT ONLY IN AFGHANISTAN, IRAQ, PALESTINE AND PAKISTAN.
Here they go again, doing what they know best to do... BEG!
.........Islamabad seeks $1bn aid package from US
......................By Our Reporter
ISLAMABAD, May 7: Pakistan is seeking a $1 billion aid package from the United States, including $400 million budgetary support, for health, education and poverty alleviation in 2004.
Informed sources told Dawn on Wednesday that the government also expected to get $200 million under the USAID programme besides $150 million as cash grant.
In addition, there will be separate financial support likely to be offered by the Bush administration as part of the military assistance programme for limited use of military bases in Pakistan. This assistance will cover funding to the interior ministry to help control narcotics and terrorist activities.
Sources said the government was maintaining that since the World Trade Organization's new regime would be enforced in 2005 aimed at seeking elimination of subsidies and tariffs, the government wanted a one-time better market access from the United States in 2004. Initially, Pakistan is being assured to have $250 million worth of new market access.
Pakistan was offered roughly about $100 million market access in 2001 which was termed inadequate by former commerce minister Razak Dawood. On Tuesday, Finance Minister Shaukat Aziz met US Ambassador to Pakistan Nancy Powell and discussed with her improving bilateral relations between the two countries.
Talking to Dawn, Mr Aziz said Pakistan hoped to receive sizable financial assistance from the United States next year. He said the Bush administration was expected to write off the remaining $2 billion debt.
He said the government required resources for development and poverty alleviation, especially during 2003-04. "And we have taken up this issue with the US authorities, including Ms Powell, and their response is encouraging," he said.
"We have asked for more market access and US private investment in Pakistan," he said.