Zaid Hamid Admits Knowing Yousuf Ali (Kazzab), But denies his Prophethood

An interesting three part video has appeared on YouTube, in which Zaid Hamid clears up all that had been being rumored about his links with the supposed Prophet, Yousuf Ali.

I also happened to stumble upon this document below, which contradicts all claims made by Zaid Hamid in the above videos.

I’ll let you be the judge.


We were planning to break Pakistan when Benazir died: Zulfikar Mirza

A quite disappointing and regrettable statement was issued by Sindh’s provincial minister and PPP stalwart Zulfikar Mirza, who also happens to be the husband of the Speaker National Assembly Pakistan Fehmiza Mirza, on the eve of the second death anniversary of Benazir Bhutto.

Provincial Home Minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza has said that when Benazir Bhutto was assassinated a plan was made to break Pakistan. Addressing a seminar in Rato Dero on Saturday, he said, “We all had gathered at Benazir Bhutto’s Naudero House and were about to take to the streets when Asif Ali Zardari raised the slogan of ‘Pakistan Khappay’ and blocked our way”. Zulfiqar Mirza said Benazir was the hope of the masses, who expected that she would come and all their eleven years’ grievances would be put to rest, but the tyrants murdered the hope of the masses.

ZA Bhutto never talked about breaking Pakistan even after all the injustice done to him, nor did we ever hear anything similar from Benazir. I am surprised to see such a statement from the PPP, which is considered as a party of federation, not any province.

I think Zulfikar Mirza is somehow trying to defend Asif Ali Zardari, who has been under immense pressure to resign after the historic NRO verdict, by issuing such erratic statements, I believe people like Mr. Mirza don’t deserve to be a provincial minister, or even a member of PPP. After (proudly) admitting to be part of such plans, he should be tried for high treason.

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