Protest in Nagour

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S. Insaf
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Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by S. Insaf » Sun Sep 07, 2008 7:44 am

Yesterday there was a protest by Bohras against Amil in Nagpur on a large scale. I request some one from Nagpur or having contacts there to post the details on this board or forward it me on:
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Gulf
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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by Gulf » Sun Sep 07, 2008 8:18 am

Originally posted by S. Insaf:
Yesterday there was a protest by Bohras against Amil in Nagpur on a large scale. I request some one from Nagpur or having contacts there to post the details on this board or forw
Nagour or Nagpur ??

provide some text here

SBM
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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by SBM » Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:38 pm

So there was a protest in NAGOUR too
WOW Moula's mojiza finally revolution is coming slowly ticking.......

S. Insaf
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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by S. Insaf » Sun Sep 07, 2008 3:54 pm

It is NAGPUR in Maharashtra India

Smart
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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by Smart » Sun Sep 07, 2008 4:12 pm

There is a cadcading effect to be seen here. First we hear about the Husainy Masjid, then comes Chennai, then this. The cities are falling like nine pins.

"Ghanu jeevo, ghanu looto"

let us wait for the next bastion to fall.

babu
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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by babu » Sun Sep 14, 2008 9:33 am

Originally posted by S. Insaf:
Yesterday there was a protest by Bohras against Amil in Nagpur on a large scale. I request some one from Nagpur or having contacts there to post the details on this board or forward it me on:
Saifuddin Insaf
Aasara A3/004,
Goverdhan Nagar,
Mulund (W),
Mumbai-400 080
Phone: 2567 2482 / 8919884226
Email: sinsaf@yahoo.com
Send him a clip or any hot news and get reward $1000.00

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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by Smart » Sun Sep 14, 2008 10:59 am

@babu
Bro. S. Insaf is not from Kothar. Everything is not based on money, nor is everybody deluded like the kotharis.

babu
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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by babu » Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:10 am

Read the post carefully what he said ?
Just give him a hint thn he will add some Masaala , and a spicy hot A4 Page dish will be served with repeated words , :D

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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by Safiuddin » Mon Sep 15, 2008 11:46 pm

@Babu,

Read carefully Insaf Bhai's posts and try and understand objectively what it is that is being objected to here. It is no coincidence that city after city, jamaat after jamaat is starting to revolt against many inappropriate and unethical behaviours.

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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by S. Insaf » Tue Sep 16, 2008 5:16 am

Dear Babu,
I heard of some protest at Nagpur. Having no direct contact at Nagpur and getting no confermation I put it on on this Board lets some one in know give details or deny it.
Few days back I had recieved the following email:-
"The Amil of Jamli maszid ( Naryalwadi- Mumbai) was arrested for rape of a young bohri girl. Situation has reached at a stage where no bohras are willing to pray Namaz under his amalat and the Kothar's hands are tied. They cannot fire or transfer this Amil becuase of a pending law suit of a few crores against him. The treasury has enough money to buy out the poor victim, but she insists that the amil needs to be punished and wants to ensure that Kothar is more cautious with their future appointments."
I am still varifying the details, name of Amil, name of victim, date of incident, which police station arrested him etc. and therefore I had not put this news on this board.
Becase I care about the minute detail my posting becomes long. For that you have excuse me.

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Re: Protest in Nagour

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Unread post by Smart » Tue Sep 16, 2008 2:33 pm

@babubhai,
just because some orthodox (regressive) bohras come on this forum for passing their time(and they have themselves admitted to it), does not mean that everybody here is a non serious contributor.

It would have been better appreciated if you had been reading Bro S. Insaf's posts and understood his sincere efforts to verify and cross check facts before posting. IMHO, he has been following the highest standards of journalism.