Prosecution of those responsible for November 1984 Anti-Sikh Pogroms
Referred to Mishra Commission
|February 1987: Absolves Congress (I) of responsibility placing guilt on Delhi police.|
ACCORDING TO THE GITA CHAPTER 16 VERSE 19 THE PEOPLE WHO ARE EVIL DO NOT GET A HUMAN BIRTH LEAVE ALONE BEING BORN A SCHEDULED CASTE.PLEASE READ THE PAGE IN THE BLOG.ONE AFTER THE OTHER THEY ARE BORN AS LOWER CATEGORY ANIMALS AND ANIMALS WHICH ARE KILLED FOR EATING MEAT.
STILL THESE CRIMINALS OF PLO HAVE KILLED MANY GOOD PEOPLE MEDICALLY-ESTHER,UTTAM KUMAR ,JAWAHARLALNEHRU AND MY FATHER ALL ON POLITICAL DATES GIVING HEINOUS MESSAGES FOR JIHAD AND CRIMINAL INTIDIMATION
1.JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU WAS KILLED ON THE 27TH OF MAY AS ALSO 1964 AS HIS MARRIAGE YEAR WAS 1916 WHEN PLO FLAG WAS FORMED TO KILL ALL THOSE WHO BELIVE IN THE RED AND GREEN VIRGINAL WHITE PURITY OF HINDU WOMEN AND THEIR SUHAAG BE IT GOOD HINDU MEN OR SUHAGANS.PLO WAS FORMED ON THE DEAD BODY OF NEHRUJI IN 1964,AND ARYA SAMAJH WAS NECK DEEP IN THIS FILTH.THAT IS WHY HIS DATE OF DEATH IS NOT INSCRIBED ON HIS SAMADHI.THE OTHER SIGNIFICANCE IS THE 1627 BIRTH OF CHATRA PATI SHIVAJI WHERE NUMBER 27 IS USED FOR SUBJUGATION AS SHIVAJI MAHARAJ WAS THE FIRST TO FIGHT AGAINST PSYCHOLOGICAL TERRORISM IN WHICH HINDUS WHERE MENTALLY SUBJUGATED BY THE MUSLIMS WHO BROKE THEIR TEMPLES AS IS DISPLAYED AT THE KUTUB MINAR AND THEY MAKE STEPS OF THEIR MOSQUES AS MUSLIM ENDEAVOR HAS ALWAYS BEEN TO MAKE HARAMIS SHARIFF BY SUPPLYING WOMEN AND CONVERTING OLD RICH INFLUENTIAL MEN INTO ISLAM.ON THE OTHER SIDE THERE ARE PERMENANT SLUM DWELLERS OF DEHLI WHOSE ONLY JOB IS TO RAPE AND SUBJUGATE YOUNG WOMEN SO THAT THEY SHOULD GO INTO AN ISLAMIC RELATIONSHIP WITH A SO CALLED PROTECTOR.
THE NEXT ON THE LINE WAS ESTHER WHO ALSO BECAUSE OF BEING BORN IN 1918 AND THAT ALSO ON 8TH WHICH IS CIRCUMCISION DAY FOR MUSLIMS,WAS KILLED BY PLO ARYA SAMAJH IN 1975 TO ESTABLISH THE 1875 ARYA SAMAJH PRINCIPLE OF KILLING A WOMEN TO UNLAWFULLY TAKE OUT HER ORGANS.
Esther Vilenska (Hebrew: אסתר וילנסקה, born born 8 June 1918, died 8 November 1975) was an Israeli communist politician, journalist and author.
Born in Poland, Vilenska was active in Hashomer Hatzair in Vilnius, the city in which she attended high school, before emigrating to Mandate Palestine in 1938. She attended the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, gaining a BA in sociology and an MA in History.
Vilenska joined the Palestine Communist Party in 1940, and in 1943 was appointed editor of the newspaper Kol Ha'am (lit. Voice of the People), becoming chief editor in 1947. In 1944 she was elected to the House of Representatives.
She joined the politbureau of Maki when it was formed upon Israeli independence in 1948, and in 1949 became a member of executive committee of the Histadrut, a role she served in until 1973. Also in 1949 she was elected onto Tel Aviv's city council.
She was elected to the Knesset in 1951, stepping down from Tel Aviv city council, serving until 1959, and then again from 1961 until 1965. Her tenure in the Knesset was marked by outspoken opposition to the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories, vigorous defense of civil liberties and a desire to improve economic and social conditions for women.
In 1973 she left Maki and founded a new party, Aki (Hebrew: אק"י, an acronym for Opozitzia Komunistit Yisraelit (Hebrew: אופוזיציה קומוניסטית ישראלית), lit. Israeli Communist Opposition), serving as editor of its monthly paper.
In addition to her political work, Vilenska was also a widely published writer. She was a regular contributor to leftist publications around the world, including the Saturday Morning Freiheit, a Yiddish language weekly published in New York. Vilenska's articles focused on identifying trends within the Israeli left and finding solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but often delved into cultural and international issues, such as the jailing of the African-American communist activist Angela Davis. Vilenska published numerous pamphlets and several books in Hebrew, Russian, Yiddish and English. Vilenska's labor history, Confrontation and Unity within the Labor Movement (1889-1923), was published posthumously in 1976.
Vilenska met and married fellow Maki leader, Meir Vilner in the 1940s. Vilenska later married Zvi Breidstein, editor of the Maki newspaper Kol Ha'am (Voice of the People). Vilenska and Breidstein lived in the Kiryat Shalom section of Tel Aviv and had two children. They were married until Vilenska's death in 1975.
Please see the symbolism of 7th Avtaar of Ram and 7th month July.Please also see 24th sybolism of Kalki Avtaar which was messed up by the British by producing killer Dayanand arya samaj as 1924 forged DOB DAY KA ANAND-GOOD ERECT MORNING WITH SEXUAL INJECTIONS FOR A KILLER.UTTAM KUMAR DIED AT THE AGE OF 54 TO COMEMORATE THE REGISTRATION OF MARRIAGES ACT OF 1954 AND THE SYMBOLISM OF KASHMIRIS WHO WERE DRIVEN AWAY BY THEIR OWN MUSLIM SERVANTS WITH THE HELP OF DISGAMBER JAINS MUSLIMS,BANIYAS AND KHALISTANIS AND ARYA SAMAJHIS BACKED BY THE BRITISH.
Uttam Kumar (Bangla: উত্তম কুমার ) (3 September 1926 - 24 July 1980) born as Arun Kumar Chatterjee; was a legendary Bengali actor. He is fondly called the Mahanayak or the "Great Hero" of Bengali cinema. He was born Arun Kumar Chatterjee on 3 September 1926 in Kolkata.
Death of a legend
A strict workaholic, he was rumored to have said that his preferred demise would be on the floor of a studio, doing what he loved best, acting. Indeed, that is exactly how he died. While filming the Bengali film Ogo Bodhu Shundori in 1980, he died of a massive heart attack at the age of54.
Uttam Kumar's funeral -- mourned by hundreds of thousands of Bengalis spilling into the streets as a slow-moving procession with his garlanded body moved along the major arteries of Calcutta -- was an elaborate, yet ultimately a simple affair. With his passing, Bengal marked the end of an era as Tollygunge (the area in Calcutta where most of the film studios are located) slowly but inexorably transformed itself into Tollywood (marked by a slavish imitation of Bollywood).
As for actors -- to date, and arguably, there has appeared in Tollywood no adequate replacement with comparable star power, box office magnetism, as well as acting acumen. Some of his films like "NishiPadmo" were copied into Bollywood blockbusters like Amar Prem starring Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore. Awards and Achievements:
In 1966, he turned in a much-lauded performance in the Satyajit Ray directed film Nayak. When the Indian Government instituted the National Awards for Best Actor and Actress in 1967, Uttam Kumar was the first ever recipient of the Best Actor Award for his performances in Chiriakhana directed by Satyajit Ray, and Antony Firingi (1967).
MY FATHER WAS ALSO A WORKAHOLIC AND KILLED ON THE 16TH OF NOVEMBER IN 1994 DUE TO ARTICLE 49 OF THE CONSTITUTION AS ALSO THE 16TH SAMSKARA OF DEATH AS HE NOT ONLY WAS SUPPORTING ARMY /POLICE KASHMIR/ISRAEL ISSUES BUT ALSO WANTED AYODHYA TO BE BUILT BY 2016 FOR HINDUS .THAT IS WHY CRUEL KHALISTANIS AND KALRA COCKER SPANIEL ARYA SAMAJHI KALRA GOT HIS LAST RITES DONE BY ARYA SAMAJH.
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PLEASE SEE RIGHT IN KALKA DEVI WE HAVE ASHARFFI SYMBOLISM WITH ASHARFFI DEVI DHARAMSHALA.
ALSO READ ABOUT PALESTINE LIBERATION ORGANIZATION AND DOME OF THE ROCK WHERE THE DOME WAS BUILT BY THE BRITISH
In 630, long before the Dome of the Rock was erected, `Umar ibn al-Khattāb helped by Kaab al-Ahbar and other Muslims recovered the Rock and dug it out of the dust and cleansed the area which had been abandoned for hundreds of years since the Roman destruction. Ibn Asakir mentions that Umar never built any Muslim house of worship on that spot but rather chose to erect a mosque in the southern area of the Haram es Sharif with the Rock behind to the north. He did this to make clear that the qibla of prayer was south, towards the Kaabah in Mecca and that Muslims never dispute the correct direction of prayer, resulting in them possibly praying towards the Rock, as the Jews were doing. The Rock area remained uncovered until the time of Caliph Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan who started construction in 685, completing it in 691. The Muslim scholar al-Wasiti reports this incidence:
“ When Abd al-Malik intended to construct the Dome of the Rock, he came from Damascus to Jerusalem. He wrote, "Abd al-Malik intends to build a dome (qubba) over the Rock to house the Muslims from cold and heat, and to construct the masjid. But before he starts he wants to know his subjects' opinion." With their approval, the deputies wrote back, "May Allah permit the completion of this enterprise, and may He count the building of the dome and the masjid a good deed for Abd al-Malik and his predecessors." He then gathered craftsmen from all his dominions and asked them to provide him with the description and form of the planned dome before he engaged in its construction. So, it was marked for him in the sahn of the masjid. He then ordered the building of the treasury (bayt al-mal) to the east of the Rock, which is on the edge of the Rock, and filled it with money. He then appointed Raja' ibn Hayweh and Yazid ibn Salam to supervise the construction and ordered them to spend generously on its construction. He then returned to Damascus. When the two men satisfactorily completed the house, they wrote to Abd al-Malik to inform him that they had completed the construction of the dome and al-Masjid al-Aqsa. They said to him "There is nothing in the building that leaves room for criticism." They wrote him that a hundred thousand dinars was left from the budget he allocated. He offered the money to them as a reward, but they declined, indicating that they had already been generously compensated. Abd al-Malik orders the gold coins to be melted and cast on the Dome's exterior, which at the time had a strong glitter that no eye could look straight at it. ”
—Abu-Bakr al-Wasiti, Fada'il Bayt al-Maqdis, pp. 80-81, vol 136.
The two engineers Yazid ibn Salam, a Jerusalemite, and Raja' ibn Hayweh, from Baysan, were ordered to spend generously on the construction. In his Book of the Geography, al-Maqdisi reported that seven times the revenue of Egypt was used to build the Dome. During a discussion with his uncle on why the Caliph spent lavishly on building the mosques in Jerusalem and Damascus, al-Maqdisi writes:
Cross section of the edifice
Cross section of the edifice
“ O my little son, thou has no understanding. Verily he was right, and he was prompted to a worthy work. For he beheld Syria to be a country that had long been occupied by the Christians, and he noted there are beautiful churches still belonging to them, so enchantingly fair, and so renowned for their splendour, as are the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the churches of Lydda and Edessa. So he sought to build for the Muslims a mosque that should be unique and a wonder to the world. And in like manner is it not evident that Caliph Abd al-Malik, seeing the greatness of the martyrium of the Holy Sepulchre and its magnificence was moved lest it should dazzle the minds of Muslims and hence erected above the Rock the dome which is now seen there. ”
—Shams al-Din al-Maqdisi, Ahsan al-Taqasim fi Mar'rifat al-Aqalim, 2nd ed. (Leiden, 1967) pp. 159-171.
Mr A.C. Cresswell in his book Origin of the plan of the Dome of the Rock writes that those who built the mosque made use of the measurements of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The diameter of the dome of the mosque is 20m 20cm and its height 20m 48cm, while the diameter of the dome of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is 20m 90cm and its’ height 21m 5cm.
In his study The Historication background of the erection of the Dome of the Rock, Prof. Shlomo Dov Goitein of the Hebrew University mentions:
“ In a well-known passage of his Book of Geography, al-Maqdisi tells us how his uncle excused Abd al-Malik and Al-Walid I for spending so much good Muslims money on buildings: They intended to remove the fitna, the 'annoyance,' constituted by the existence of the many fine buildings of worship of other religions. The very form of a rotunda, given to the Qubbat as-Sakhra, although it was foreign to Islam, was destined to rival the many Christians domes. The inscriptions decorating the interior clearly display a spirit of polemic against Christianity, while stressing at the same time the Koranic doctrine that Jesus Christ was a true prophet. The formula la sharika lahu 'God has no companion' is repeated five times, the verses from sura Maryam 16:34-37, which strongly deny Jesus' sonship to God, are quoted together with the remarkable prayer:
Allahumma salli (with ya; read salli without ya) ala rasulika wa'abdika 'Isa bin Maryam - "In the name of the One God (Allah) Pray for your Prophet and Servant Jesus son of Mary".
All this shows that rivalry with Christendom, together with the spirit of Islamic mission to the Christians, was at the work at the creation of the famous Dome.
—Shlomo Dov Goitein, The Historication background of the erection of the Dome of the Rock, Journal of American Oriental Society, Vol. 70, No. 2, 1950.
Essentially unchanged for more than thirteen centuries, the octagonally-shaped Dome of the Rock remains one of the world's most enduring architectural treasures. The gold-plated dome stretches 20 metres across the Noble Rock, rising to an apex more than 35 metres above it. The facade is made of porcelain The Koranic sura, or chapter, is inscribed across the top in the tile work commissioned in the 16th century by Suleiman the Magnificent. The sura al-Isra (The Night Journey), is inscribed above Ya-Seen.
During his travels in Jerusalem, Mark Twain wrote that parts of the Dome of the Rock used stones excavated from the Temple Mount and which were a part of the Jewish Temple that was destroyed by the Romans in 70CE:
“ Every where about the Mosque of Omar are portions of pillars, curiously wrought altars, and fragments of elegantly carved marble - precious remains of Solomon's Temple. These have been dug from all depths in the soil and rubbish of Mount Moriah, and the Moslems have always shown a disposition to preserve them with the utmost care. ”
—Twain, Mark, The Innocents Abroad, Chapter LIV
Speaking at the inauguration of ISKCON's cultural center in New Delhi on 5th April on occasion of Ramnavmi in 1998, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, then India's prime minister, said:
“ If the Bhagavad Gita, the holy text of the Hindu traditions, is printed in millions of copies and scores of languages and distributed in all nooks and corners of the world, the credit for this great sacred service goes chiefly to ISKCON. For this accomplishment alone, Indians should be eternally grateful to the devoted spiritual army of Swa
The arrival of Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in the United States in 1965 and the particular popularity his movement gained in a very short span of twelve years must be regarded as one of the greatest spiritual events of the century.
”— Atal Bihari Vajpayee - April 1998 
mi Prabhupada, the founder of the Hare Krishna movement, and to his followers. . .