9/11 Pakistani Muslim Terror Suspect, Now an American Hero

Queens NY Street Named after Hero Salman Hamdani aJNN 02 May 2014 New York : Thirteen years after a US Muslim police cadet lost his life while helping victims at World Trade Center I 9/11, officials in New York’s Queens Borough have decided to rename a street after the Muslim hero, giving him a deserved honor at last. Continue reading

Pakistan lost 49,000 lives since 9/11 attacks in US, in the War against Terror

Pakistan in War Against TerrorJNN 28 Mar 2013 ISLAMABAD: Intelligence agencies of Pakistan told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that Pakistan has lost 49,000 lives since the apocalyptic attacks on World Trade Center and Pentagon in the United States on September 11, 2001. Interestingly, government agencies had put the fatality figure at 40,000 in earlier reports. Continue reading

The Zionist Celebrated their Purim Festival, by Succesfully conducting 9/11 terror attacks On US Soil

Purim Festival and 911 attacksJNN 02 Mar 2013 New York : For more than eleven years, Israel has been wildly celebrating the success of its 9/11 operation against the United States of America. The latest example: Israeli children recently dressed up as the burning Twin Towers, complete with impaled exploding airplanes, to celebrate the bizarre Jewish holiday known as Purim. Continue reading

Suspected Pakistani Born Terrorist was Actually a US Hero

Queens NY Street Named after Hero Salman HamdaniJNN 16 Feb 2013 Newyork : Once suspected to be a terrorist, Karachi-born Pakistani-American Salman Hamdani is finally being recognised as a hero. The 26-year-old New York resident went missing on September 11, 2001, shortly after American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Centre.  Continue reading