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31  General / General Discussion / Farsi Qawali on: May 11, 2009, 07:18:45 PM
Salam all,

Recently I have taken a liking to Farsi Qawali music.

In Hindustan - one of the ways which Islam spread - amongst the ordinary folk - was through Sufis - some of whom used music - a form called Qawali.  Here  are some examples, and please add your own favorites.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjDFr0s2Wns" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjDFr0s2Wns</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap82Qx60CKE" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap82Qx60CKE</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnBZlXaZRHU" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnBZlXaZRHU</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rd2XIIUoAgA" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rd2XIIUoAgA</a>


<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtohsOEfK7g" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtohsOEfK7g</a>

Ahhangar
32  General / General Discussion / Re: Qizilbash-Tajiks - and Hazaras on: May 11, 2009, 08:36:45 AM
Thanks for the name. I would be glad if you could point to some of his articles and books - it would be great to have more of his interviews.

Husain Khan Panjshir uniting Qizil Bash and Panjshiris against Abdur Rahman Khan ?  I do not know of this.... are you sure you do not mean against Amanulah Khan ?  If it was against Abdur Rahman Khan - what did the Panjshiris and Qizilbash have in common against Abdur Rahman Khan ? 

They supported Sher Ali Khan.


Ok. Tell us more - what was background - and what happened eventually after Amir Abdur Rahman was made Amir in Charikar ?
33  General / General Discussion / Re: Qizilbash-Tajiks - and Hazaras on: May 08, 2009, 06:24:48 PM
Thanks for the name. I would be glad if you could point to some of his articles and books - it would be great to have more of his interviews.

Husain Khan Panjshir uniting Qizil Bash and Panjshiris against Abdur Rahman Khan ?  I do not know of this.... are you sure you do not mean against Amanulah Khan ?  If it was against Abdur Rahman Khan - what did the Panjshiris and Qizilbash have in common against Abdur Rahman Khan ? 
34  General / General Discussion / Re: The Fate of an Honest Intellectual on: May 08, 2009, 06:17:48 PM
Thanks for that  A.Tajik.

Indeed the Puta Khazana was a political creation. There was many other BS claims made by the Pashtu Tolana crew.

One simple thing they maintain  -
1. Aryana was the original name.
2. It was turned into Khurasan by Arabs.
3. Afghanistan was established by Ahmad Shah Durrani.
4. Pashtu is the original Aryan language of the land...... and many other equally trashy claims that just happened to 'legitimize' their fascistic policies under the guise of modernization.

The one poem which is quoted most often as being from the collection written by 'Amir Kror' - is one which makes claims on territory in the north of the country ! lol as if to say it has always been under Pashtun domination !  The real history - especially of the glorious GHURIDS - is one of TAJIKS !  After the overthrow of fool Amanulah - and Habibulah Kalakanis rule - there was a special programme to destroy Tajik legitimacy in the history of tha tland and to supplant it with trash scholarship.  But it failed ! It failed spectacularly ! It will alwasy fail ! 

Khurasan - despite being named Aghanistan by the British- Russians - is still Khurasan.
35  General / General Discussion / Re: Insightful video about the attempts of Uzbek-Hazara-Ghilzai on: May 08, 2009, 05:56:15 PM

Ofcourse everyone is entitled to share in the power - but there are those whom seek exclusivity - what of them ?

Amir Abdur Rahman did great things by smashing the power of the Khans of the Uzbek Hazara and Ghilzai. Do not believe that trash about 60% of Hazaras being killed -  it bull - designed to justify land grab by Hazaras - which is being facilitated by Islamic Republic of Iran and Karzai in Herat province at this very moment.

People of Charikar made him into Amir - to be their unifying figure in the fight against the British occupiers and their southern allies whom so easily opened up all the southern routes for British occupation of Kabul and Ghazni and Kandahar.


Those on these forums whom complain too much of Amir Abdur Rahman Khan are ignorant of him and also under the influence of the writings of Hazara and Uzbek and even Ghilzai nationalists. 


Equal share in power is the only solution as far as I am concerned which can only be brought about through people's choice. Exclusivity and disctatorships are the source of problems and divisions.

Maybe I need to read some books about Abdur Rahman Khan befor I make a judgement on him. Thanks for clearing things up about you position.

There are many persian speaking communities south of Hindu Kush for exampe in Kandahar, Ghazni, Gardez and Nangarhar. It doesn't make sense to me that the border would have been Hindu kush mountains. Some people assume because of the name Hindu kush the it is the border with India but its wrong. I don't have the article with me but there was a piece written about the Hindukush mountains and what its name means

Dear Shinno,

Amir Abdur Rahman Khan was one of the wisest and most effective leaders of that polity which is one to maps today  under name of Afghanistan.

Being Amir is very different to King. It is far more representative.


Amir Abdur Rahman Khan was not tribal minded.... he in no way represent Pashtun tribal power, as has been made out be low quality journalists and ignorant foreigners and subsequently by pashtunist revisionist history writers... whom want to legitimize their overt tribal fascism....or Hazara and Uzbek nationalist whom dream of past Turkic supremacy.

Read his book - The Life of Abdur Rahman Khan - it is a great book - which has been neglected by so called subsequent leaders to the cost of that land....his book is full of very wise things.... Persian being the only official language in the country.....all people united despite the tribal background ....Islam being the common appeal to identity.
36  General / General Discussion / Re: Insightful video about the attempts of Uzbek-Hazara-Ghilzai on: May 08, 2009, 05:42:55 PM
The interviews are chopped, edited, distorted, and even abusively subtitled. But essence, one can capture the peace efforts of those leaders there. The poster shouldnt have posted this youtube if he had a shred of respect for massoud. maybe the poster himself enjoyed those written abuses on the clip!!



Afghan!Tajik lol

The poster of the video is the person whom wrote those stupid comments in the subtitles and the stupid title of Khayenin..... he does not realise that the audio of Massoud speaking and the others do much to the benefit of Massoud - and further worsen the situation of Mazari and Mazari supporters ! lol
37  General / General Discussion / Re: Insightful video about the attempts of Uzbek-Hazara-Ghilzai on: May 08, 2009, 05:39:42 PM
Ahhangar neither a Shiite Iranian system is needed or a Sunnite Iranian/Khorasanite system is needed for us both are evil and destructive. The only system that will work is a Secular Cultural one which will unite our people.

Dear Gul Agha,

Indeed I agree with you that theocracy is unwise - and I do not seek it ! lol  But it is part our history.... and has not always been so anti Shia - after all - Qizilbash Shia generally prospered in Hanafite Khurasan - both with Nadir Shah - and Durranis.... Safawid Iran on the other hand was totally intolerant of Sunnis...

And I do not hide my admiration of Abu Hanifa - for his time - he was very progressive and was very important to the development of independent Pesianate culture in the Khilafat.

I merely point to the reality of Khorasan - Persianate Hanafite - when one looks at its history - despite ethnic-racial-linguistic origin of those whom took power - they had to be part of that cultural order - or they did not last for long. That tradition - was established since the Samanids - and was the reason why eventually Persianate Empires spread from Bengal to Bosphorus. I posted an academic paper related to this on this forum.

Also, many of our Tajiks do not understand that - and are puzzled as to the traitorous stance of Iran and its support of their enemies - so it good to point out to them that the current Iran is no Iran of the kind written about in the Shahnamah.

Ahhangar
38  General / General Discussion / Qizilbash-Tajiks - and Hazaras on: May 07, 2009, 05:39:38 PM
Dear Gul Agha,

I do not know if you managed to catch a recent program on Noor TV of USA - in which Mr Madani interviewed a very leaned man and scholar from Chindawol - whom talked about the real face Daud Khan - and his plans to slaughter all Qizilbash using his Hazara allies. Hazara have always united with those forces whom were against the Kabulian - all through history.

Against Habibulah Kalakani, when Qizilbash were instrumental in the fall of Kabul  - in the fight against Massoud in which Massoud had many Qizilbash allies - in the fight against those whom wanted to remove the fascist Daud.

Has anyone her thought - what may have happened - had the powr hungry dog Daud not launched a coup de ta against the Parliamentary System - with a nominal head of state - Zahir Shah?  The real power was given to the prime minster - Musa Shafiq whom did many great things - one being the move to solve the water crisis with Iran and to drop the stupid Pukhtunistan issue with Pakistan - but Daud Khan ruined it all. He took over - under pretence of creating a republic - he made himself absolute ruler - far more powerful than Zahir Shah was as King..... in pursuit of power. That jerk did not even really care about Pakhunistan - it was stunt to attract power to himself.

Anyhow - do you know that guy whom Mr Madani interviewed ?



39  General / General Discussion / Re: Insightful video about the attempts of Uzbek-Hazara-Ghilzai on: May 07, 2009, 05:20:55 PM
Ghilzai, Hazara and Uzbek have all the right to share power. Why should only Durrani pashtuns rule the country? When there is injustice and inequality these things are bound to happen and foreigners take advantage of the situation.
There is one thing which puzzles me. There are many members on this forum who despise Amir Abdur Rahman because of his treatment of hazaras. They say he was cruel ruler and took lands from the hazaras. Some people on website like www.afghanprofile.net even claim he killed 60% of hazara population. The crimes are blamed on pashtuns while we see here that it has nothing to do with pashtuns. Amir and his supporters are responsible for the crimes which in this video is claimed as the people of charikar.

Ofcourse everyone is entitled to share in the power - but there are those whom seek exclusivity - what of them ?

Amir Abdur Rahman did great things by smashing the power of the Khans of the Uzbek Hazara and Ghilzai. Do not believe that trash about 60% of Hazaras being killed -  it bull - designed to justify land grab by Hazaras - which is being facilitated by Islamic Republic of Iran and Karzai in Herat province at this very moment.

People of Charikar made him into Amir - to be their unifying figure in the fight against the British occupiers and their southern allies whom so easily opened up all the southern routes for British occupation of Kabul and Ghazni and Kandahar.


Those on these forums whom complain too much of Amir Abdur Rahman Khan are ignorant of him and also under the influence of the writings of Hazara and Uzbek and even Ghilzai nationalists. 
40  General / General Discussion / Re: Insightful video about the attempts of Uzbek-Hazara-Ghilzai on: May 07, 2009, 05:13:32 PM
Uzbekistan, Russian, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, USA, Iran, Britain all are our enemies

I am surprised that you haven't emphasised on Pakistan and have forgotten completely about these washi Arabs who have spread their disease across Afghanistan, brain-washing children especially  >:(
 
The historic border of Kabul centered Khurasan with Hindustan (known as the Durrand line) was recognized as official by the glorious Amir - only those whom disrespect the Khurasani identity of that land refuse to recognize it as the official border.

I don't agree with your use of the term 'border' because you are suggesting that Hindustan and Khorasan were nation-states when they were not. Their boundaries however were constantly shifting and changing.

Anyway, i haven't watched the video since my net is lagging, so i can't comment further

The Hindu Kush mountains has always served as a border between Iran (Khorasan) and the Sub-continent.

The Hindu Kush Mountains were not the border - the Safed Koh - and Suliman Mountains - the areas - where the major historic passes are located - namely Khyber, Gomal, Khojak and Bolan.

Lindt - are trying to say that borders only came into existence with the creation of modern nation states  ?    Perhaps more permanent borders came to be - but borders have always existed - shifting ye - but - the Khurasan and Hindustan border is one that represents political control - it represents cultural divergence. It is noted in many historic texts, and was accepted by the people on the ground until very recently - I have proof that even Pashtun Koochis - Lohanis - crossing the Gomal pass would say they have entered Khurasan. Obviously things are not clear cut - but once again - that border - so called Durrand - is the most historically legitimate border of all the borders of the polity called Afghanistan.

Those whom talk of Hindu Kush being the border are of the Hazarite mind set - namely thinking forget the Tajiks living in those eastern and southern areas.

When I say Britian and Us are and were out enemies - I mean to emphasis their manufactured Islamists - namely Wahabis either from Arab countries or other places.

All are enemies of the Khurasanite Persianate Independent Civil Islam. Present Iran is not IRAN of the SHAHNAMAH - it is taken over by stooges and over many generation turned into abnormal place - it represents that part of Iran which has been defeated and infested by Turan.

The day will come when all of these trash elements in the region will be removed fro power.
41  General / General Discussion / Re: Insightful video about the attempts of Uzbek-Hazara-Ghilzai on: May 06, 2009, 10:00:43 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bksXJXcXnYc
42  General / General Discussion / Insightful video about the attempts of Uzbek-Hazara-Ghilzai on: May 06, 2009, 12:03:39 PM
Watch this video - ignore the Hazara-Ghilzai given title and slanderous texts written on the screen - just listen - it is very insightful.

The Islamic Republic of Iran is not the friend of Tajiks. We should not be tricked into thinking that because they call themselves Iran - that they represent genuine Iran.  They are the enemies of genuine Iran.

Uzbekistan, Russian, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, USA, Iran, Britain all are our enemies... they have used Ghilzai, Uzbeks and Hazaras against us.


You guys must remember that Amir Abdur Rahman Khan was made Amir by Tajiks in Charikar - elected there by more than 200'000 Ghazis and their leaders in order to smash up the enemies of their land.

The historic border of Kabul centered Khurasan with Hindustan (known as the Durrand line) was recognized as official by the glorious Amir - only those whom disrespect the Khurasani identity of that land refuse to recognize it as the official border.

The Hazaras Khans were creating havok for Tajiks in the center of the country, as were the Uzbek in the northern parts of the country and as were the Ghilzai in the southern portions of the country. Amir Abdur Rahman Khan smashed the power of all these element with his forces, and ever since they have been ready to side with anyone from the outside to improve their situation.

Ghilzai using hundred masks constantly attempted to take power. These masks included Khalqi, Hezbi Islami, Taliban, Afghan Mellat....and perhaps many more.

VIDEO : <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bksXJXcXnYc" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bksXJXcXnYc</a>


43  General / Geopolitical Studies and News / Al Qaeda's Shadow Army commander outlines Afghan strategy - Khorasan on: May 04, 2009, 07:31:52 PM
Al Qaeda's Shadow Army commander outlines Afghan strategy

http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2009/04/al_qaedas_shadow_arm.php

By Bill RoggioApril 13, 2009 1:27 AM

The new commander of al Qaeda's paramilitary forces that operate in Pakistan and Afghanistan laid out al Qaeda and the Taliban's strategy to defeat the Coalition and Afghan government.

Abdullah Sa'id, the commander of the Lashkar al Zil, or the Shadow Army, released a statement concerning the status of the fight in Afghanistan. The statement, which has been obtained by The Long War Journal, was issued by Al Fajr Media Center, an official outlet for al Qaeda propaganda, and published on the Islamic Al Fallujah Forum.

The Shadow Army is al Qaeda's elite paramilitary army [see LWJ report, Al Qaeda's paramilitary 'Shadow Army']. The unit has its roots in the 055 Brigade, which fought conventional battles against the Northern Alliance and US forces in Afghanistan.

The Taliban, al Qaeda, the Haqqani Network, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami, and a host of Pakistani jihadi terror groups have joined forces to battle both the Pakistani military in the Northwest Frontier Province and the NATO and Afghan forces in Afghanistan. The Shadow Army contains fighters from each of these terror groups, and trains in camps in the Northwest Frontier Province and the tribal areas.

Sa'id is a Libyan national, a senior US military intelligence official told The Long War Journal. He is thought to have formal military training; however this has not been confirmed. Many senior al Qaeda military commanders have served in their country's military.

Sa'id succeeded Khalid Habib as the leader of the Shadow Army. In October 2008, Habib was killed in a US Predator airstrike in a region in South Waziristan controlled by Pakistani Taliban commander Baitullah Mehsud.

In the statement, Sa'id is identified as the leader of the Qaidat al-Jihad fi Khorasan, or the base of the jihad in the Khorasan.

The Khorasan is a region that encompasses large areas of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Iran. The Swat valley, where the Taliban have forced the government to impose sharia, is part of this region. Khorasan is considered by jihadis to be the place where they will inflict the first defeat against their enemies in the Muslim version of Armageddon. The final battle is to take place in the Levant - Israel, Syria, and Lebanon.

Mentions of the Khorasan have begun to increase in al Qaeda's propaganda. After al Qaeda's defeat in Iraq, the group began shifting its rhetoric from promoting Iraq as the central front in their jihad and have placed the focus on the Khorasan.


Sa'id lays out the al Qaeda/Taliban plan for victory in Afghanistan

In the lengthy statement, Sa'id lauded the Taliban and their improved tactics in fighting Western forces in Afghanistan. He claimed the Afghan government has lost the support of the people due to corruption and the inability to stop Coalition strikes that result in civilian deaths.

Said also claimed the US military has been weakened significantly due to the extended fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq, and cites statistics about military suicides and the incidences of post traumatic stress disorder. He claimed US and Coalition forces have lost ground to the Taliban and are concentrated in major cities and along major roads.

Sa’id makes few distinctions between Taliban and al Qaeda operations in Afghanistan. He repeatedly calls Taliban leader Mullah Omar the Emir al Mumineen, or the Commander of the Faithful. This title has religious significance among jihadis; the Commander of the Faithful is designated the leader of their Islamist caliphate. Osama bin Laden is thought to have sworn allegiance to Omar.

The close relationship between the Taliban, al Qaeda, and other jihadi groups is made plain by Sa'id in his description of the strength of the Taliban. "t possesses significant regional cards, chiefly the Taliban Pakistan and the Al-Qaeda Organization, and probably more important cards in Central Asia, Chinese Eastern Turkistan, and other regions in Iran," he said.

Al Qaeda and the Taliban's strategy to defeat the West in Afghanistan is made clear. Sa'id, as the Shadow Army leader, would have first hand knowledge of the plan for victory. Sa'id's major points are:

    • Forces are to attack major provincial centers while simultaneously advancing on the capital of Kabul. Sa'id specifically mentions the Maidan-Wardak region just south of Kabul as being a pivotal area for staging attacks on the capital.

    • Interdict NATO's supply lines in Pakistan and force the Western countries to rely on Central Asian nations for logistical supply lines. Sa'id believes the Russians will threaten NATO's resupply effort and force Central Asian states from cooperating.

    • Leverage al Qaeda's knowledge gained in Iraq to train the Taliban for more sophisticated attacks. Al Qaeda has already "employed its military expertise in Iraq in to serve Taliban's project in Afghanistan and Pakistan, such roadside bombs which target the military convoys, and the suicide attacks which have never existed in Afghanistan before 11 September attack," according to Sa'id. He also said that al Qaeda has training camps in Northeastern Afghanistan, in Helmand province, and in Pakistan’s tribal areas.

    • Bleed the US and NATO allies through "organized guerilla warfare" as the Western countries face a financial crisis. "Taliban relied on patience, while the Americans can not tolerate long wars and the good tidings are promised to the patient people," he said. "[T]this type of war causes languor to the fortitude of any regular army and leads to its exhaustion and depletion over time even when the Americans join forces with the NATO."

    Sa'id quotes Osama bin Laden on how the financial crisis plus the extended wars have weakened America's resolve: "This is America today, staggering under the strikes and consequences of the mujahideen. There is a human loss, a political beat, and a financial breakdown. Even it begs small, as well as big countries. Its enemies are no longer afraid of it, and its friends are no longer respects it."

    • Continue to plan attacks against the West. Sa'id notes that almost all of al Qaeda's major attacks against the West were plotted in Afghanistan. "The overwhelming majority of the organization's main operations in Europe and the United States were planned in Afghanistan (the attack on the World Trade Centre's twin towers in New York, the destruction of the destroyer USS Cole in Aden, the bombing of the American Embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salam, the attack on American tourists in Bali, Indonesia, and the bombing of a Jewish synagogue in Jerba, Tunisia)." he said. "Al Qaeda organization did not succeed at all in mounting any major operation in the West from Iraq."

    • Take advantage of Afghanistan's porous borders to flood the country with foreign recruits, who will eventually "return to their countries and probably Europe and the West after undergoing military training and ideological mobilization."

    • Take advantage of civilian casualties caused by Coalition forces in Afghanistan to turn the population against the government and Western forces.

    • Take advantage of NATO and Afghan forces' focus on the main civilian centers and the lines of communication. The Taliban and al Qaeda will use the countryside to train, recruit, and launch attacks against enemy forces.

    • Capitalize on US airstrikes in Pakistan for recruitment as well as for creating rifts between the two governments.

    • Eschew negotiations with the Afghan government and the West. Sa'id is adamant that the recent reports of negotiations with the Taliban are attempts to split the Taliban and al Qaeda, and that no members of the senior leadership were involved.

    Sa'id is clear that Mullah Omar was unwilling to turn over bin Laden after the US demanded it in late 2001, and that there is no reason to break from al Qaeda now when the Taliban have the upper hand. "US and western sources talk about their readiness to accept the Taliban in the Afghan future political structure should it leave the Al Qaeda," he said. "However, these sources close the eyes to the fact that Mullah Mohammad Omar has lost his throne [ruling] upon his refusal to hand over one person who is Osama bin Laden. Thus, will Mullah Mohammad Omar agree to a condition which he refused when he used to rule and when the United States was at the top of its might, and accept it now while he is on the threshold of a victory over his enemies?"

    • Expand the jihad into neighboring countries. Sa'id discusses using the leverage gained in Afghanistan to affect the outcome in neighboring countries.

In the statement, Sa'id demonstrates al Qaeda's savvy in monitoring the foreign press and using the wealth of available information in its propaganda. Sa'id quotes from a host of Western media outlets.

Sa'id also takes advantage of the slew of statements made by senior US, NATO, and UN officials that the war in Afghanistan is unwinnable. "Who thinks one day that US Defense Secretary Robert Gates, would welcome negotiations with Taliban, and welcome its participations in the government?," he said. "And who would think one day the Canadians, British, German, even the United Nations would admit the impossibility of winning the war by arms, and its invitation to them all to opt for the political solution? And who would think one day that Taliban would refuse talks?"
44  General / General Discussion / Re: Documentary on Massoud on: April 30, 2009, 05:18:48 PM
Janes Intelligence reporter on the documentary confirms three things:

1. USSR lost most of its troops fighting in the Panjshir.

2. Massoud signing a temporary truce with the USSR in the Panjshir was purely tactical and only applied in the Panjshir - not the surrounding territory where the fighting continued - and that the truce allowed for Massoud to organize the whole of the North and make the job of the USSR far more difficult - causing it to decide to withdraw.

3. Khalqis allowed Hekmatyar into Kabul before Massoud got in - and Massoud responded to that action - in his liberation of Kabul from the Khalqi Hekmatyar alliance.

All are important points about which many slanders were created by the enemies of Khurasan.

Ahhangar
45  General / General Discussion / Documentary on Massoud on: April 24, 2009, 05:53:31 AM

http://www.factualtv.com/documentary/Massoud-Destinys-Afghan


The famous Afghan leader, Ahmed Shah Massoud was born in Jangalak in the Panjshir in 1953. He was assassinated by two Tunisian assassins on September 9th 2001, ostensibly as part of the 9/11 process to draw the US into the Afghan war. This film looks at Massoud?s life through the eyes of his colleagues and friends and examines what made him the great leader that he was. Massoud?s personal meditation on Islam, history, civilization, literature, politics and military science, enabled him to draw from the writings of the 12th century philosopher, Al-Ghazali. This taught him to wage war without hatred, bitterness or revenge. He was Destiny?s gift to Afghanistan in its time of crisis. The film is 52 minutes long and has been shot on location in Afghanistan.
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