The Muslim hero of 9/11 attack

Mohammad Salman Hamdani was the Muslim hero of 9/11 Attack Mohammad Salman Hamdani (Urdu: محمد سلمان ہمدانی‬‎) (December 28, 1977 – September 11, 2001) was a Pakistani American scientist. New York City Police Department cadet and Emergency Medical Technician who was killed in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorism attacks on the World Trade Center, where he had gone to try to help. In the weeks following 9/11, reports surfaced that the missing Hamdani was being investigated for possible involvement with the perpetrators, but this suspicion proved to be false…

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How failure was Indian army on the battles

Description of INDO-PAKISTANI war of 1947-1948 :  Description : Sometime in August 1947, the first signs of trouble broke out in Poonch, about which diverging views have been received. Poonch was originally an internal jagir (autonomous principality), governed by an alternative family line of Maharaja Hari Singh. The taxation is said to have been heavy. The Muslims of Poonch had long campaigned for the principality to be absorbed into the Punjab province of British India. In 1938, a notable disturbance occurred for religious reasons, but a settlement was reached. During the Second World War, over…

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Facts that you may not know about Ancient Roman Empire

1.People Who Are In Debt Can Be Controlled After Rome was sacked by the Gauls, the republic had to funnel a fortune into defense. Taxes went up, the poor went bankrupt, and the people of Rome were soon overwhelmed with so much debt that they couldn’t see any way out of it.It’s something that ought to sound familiar to a lot of us. For example, the average American leaves college with more than $37,000 in debt from student loans alone, and that’s not even the worse case. In Australia, Switzerland,…

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Reason behind Hitler’s master plan of holocaust

Reason Behind Holocaust  Antisemitism in Vienna : Many historians point to Hitler’s years in Vienna as having shaped him. Between 1908 and 1913 the young Hitler unsuccessfully tried to set himself up as an artist there. The city had a large Jewish community just before the First World War (1914-1918) – nearly 9% of the two million residents were Jewish – but the social climate was openly antisemitic. With an outspoken anti-Jewish mayor (Karl Lueger) and many anti-Jewish newspapers and magazines there was no restriction on antisemitism, and Hitler was…

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How heavenly was secular communist Afghanistan

Heavenly Afghanistan under Communist Party, before Soviet-Afghan War :  Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, invasion of Afghanistan in late December 1979 by troops from the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union intervened in support of the Afghan communist government in its conflict with anticommunist Muslim guerrillas during the Afghan War (1978–92) and remained in Afghanistan until mid-February 1989. During the time Afghanistan has No inflict of terrorism , highly women education , great education system  and likely a good life style for everyone in Afghanistan and it would be claimed as nicest country in entire south Asia …

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