Arab Princes and Sheikhs coming to Pakistan to hunt; Malalai Joya’s new book “A Woman Among Warlords” read it; Kirkuk still a big Iraqi problem, elections in January 2010

Who says the Arabs are not doing enough to fight terrorism? Here’s Arab Princes and Sheikhs that are coming to Pakistan to help. Pakistan government agrees with 10 Princes, gives them licenses to kill. The War is over? It is safe in Pakistan?

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Rich Arab Princes get licenses to bring 450 Falcons to Pakistan to kill the endangered Houbara Bustard bird

KARACHI: The government has issued 10 licences to Arab princes and sheikhs, allowing them to bring 470 falcons into the country to hunt endangered bird species, Daily Times learnt on Saturday. The sources said the provincial wildlife department usually charges large amounts for issuing such licences but the Arab dignitaries had not been charged anything. The document said the government had allowed Sheikh Ali Bin Abdullah Thani Al-Thani, member of the Supreme Council of the Royal Family of the State of Qatar, to bring 50 falcons; Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jabr Al-Thani, prime minister and foreign minister of the State of Qatar, 50; Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, the heir apparent of the State of Qatar, 30; Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayad Al-Nahyan, 10 and 15 for Prince Fahad Ben Sultan Ben Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, governor of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia.

Malalai Joya’s story will be on our Blog every day for the next month. Please buy her book and visit her site.. Read her San Jose Mercury Opinion: “U.S. is doing no good in Afghanistan” here.
On Saturday, Nov. 7, Malalai Joya was at a gathering at San Jose State University in California to promote her book “A Woman Among Warlords” and to gather support for her people in Afghanistan. Malalai is a very brave woman to take on her own government and also the U.S. government, the occupiers of her country.

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Malalai Joya signing her new book, A Woman Among Warlords, a JB photo

Our story on Malalai Joya can be seen here. Buy a copy of her book, “A Woman Among Warlords” here, or at your favorite bookstore. A great Holiday gift idea. The subtitle is “The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice”. Visit Malalai’s website here for more information on how you can help.

The January 2010 elections in Iraq will not solve the problem of the City of Kirkuk. This is the major oil field that the Kurds believe belongs to them and they want the oil revenues. Iraq says it belongs to Iraq. Iraqi Kurdistan is the problem. The Kurds want it to be an independent Kurdistan, and cover a larger area than just what is inside Iraq. [See our many Kurdistan stories under the topic on the right of this page.]

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Today, please tell your member of Congress and U.S. Senators to End the War in Afghanistan, sign this petition. Tell them you will march in 100 cities if President Obama sends ANY troops to Central Asia. If you live outside the United States, write to your leaders, End the War(s) Now.

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One Response to “Arab Princes and Sheikhs coming to Pakistan to hunt; Malalai Joya’s new book “A Woman Among Warlords” read it; Kirkuk still a big Iraqi problem, elections in January 2010”

  1. Tricia Says:

    Good three set! Thanks.

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