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Alee.

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About Alee.

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    The Special One
  • Birthday 11/29/1994

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Fan Since 2001
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  • Interests Politics, Football, Cricket.

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  1. Wulfert van Ginkel

    From Transfer Central Milan CEO: “Van Ginkel? We are confident. We have made our proposal to Chelsea and are now waiting on an answer. We hope we can get him.”
  2. Didier Drogba

    If he's out for 4-6 months that means we NEED to buy another striker. Might not be a bad thing if we end up buying a younger more durable striker. Drogba can still work with the team and keep the mood up and then be our impact player at the end of the season.
  3. Politics & Stuff

    Fucking ISIS. So sick of militant groups ruining the religion for everyone. Bomb them to hell like we're doing in Pakistan.
  4. Edinson Cavani

    Fernando Torres - Chelsea to Wolfsburg Chelsea have publically been saying that Torres is staying put, but talks with Wolfsburg took place this week. He has an offer from the German club and it's now up to him to decide. A decision will be made soon. (Chances of it happening: 8/10). http://talksport.com/football/transfer-insider-chelsea-star-exit-and-arsenal-confident-over-midfielder-deal-140806106063?utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=twitterfeed
  5. Frank Lampard

    His last kick in the Champions League and Premier League is going to in a Manchester City shirt. That's disgusting to even think about.
  6. Frank Lampard

    Someone get me anti-depressants. I will puke at the sight of him in a Man City shirt! Surely, he wouldn't agree to it. Still hoping it's just rumors.
  7. Politics & Stuff

    Anyone online right now. Live stream of Gaza being bombed right now: http://www.livestation.com/en/aljazeera-mubasher There are clearly civilians in that area. Proof:
  8. Cesc Fàbregas

    Some people and traditions shave their head off before the start of something major in their life. Like a new club?
  9. Fernando Torres

    Atletico fans chanted his name during the unveiling of Mandzukic Talk about being ungrateful! But I really think this is the only chance we have of getting anything for Torres, sell him off to Atleti as soon as possible!
  10. Edinson Cavani

    Cavani is far more proven than Costa at the moment and at the time might have been a good buy at a good price. However, makes no sense anymore.
  11. Politics & Stuff

    The US pressure is one of the major reason an operation was carried out in the first place. The war was escalated because of Pakistan allying with the USA and its these very groups the US has tried to eliminate through drone strikes. So I doubt the US has many reservations about the situation. Ofcourse, no one knows what goes on behind the doors in the corridors of power! Hidden agendas are everywhere, but I'd rather not dwell on conspiracy theories yet. Exactly. We've been trying ideological reform with a decade of 'moderate enlightenment'. But the lack of government control and illiteracy in remote areas of the country makes that a very difficult task and all we've done is widened the urban-rural social and ideological divide.
  12. Politics & Stuff

    The Afghan Taliban and Pakistani Taliban are different factions, the northern regions of Pakistan have little writ of the state, and the bigger picture is an emirate carved out from that region and areas of Afghanistan. Pakistan, being a nuclear-power and one of the biggest military force in the world, has had a complex relationship with them. The Military used these people in proxy wars over the years, and they've sort of turned rogue and have an agenda of their own (or foreign backed if you agree with a segment). They've been responsible for thousands of deaths all over the country. In the recent dialogue we tried they wanted us to impose their version of Shariah in the country, the contention has now led to a full scale war. The problem is, the Taliban too have weapons and funding from various sources. Pakistan has it's share of enemies.
  13. Politics & Stuff

    Keeping the middle east on the side for a second, has anyone been following the war going in Pakistan right now? The military has launched an offensive against the Taliban, the biggest in scale since 9/11, I wrote a random blogpost about it earlier if anyone wants to read it: http://my.telegraph.co.uk/alirafi/alirafi/10/pakistan-on-the-brink/ I don't think there has been much international coverage of this, although I can understand given the middle east crisis.
  14. Politics & Stuff

    As a Pakistani I've protested and condemned every single one of those things. Do I have your blessing to continue supporting my opinion? Two wrong's do not make a right. Just because someone else somewhere else did something just as, or more, terrible does not negate or downplay the massacre Israel is carrying out. Atleast, even the defenders of the Israeli apartheid system are equating Israel's actions to those of the rest of the people mentioned in that quote. Oh and thousands in Pakistan, not hundreds.
  15. Politics & Stuff

    Exactly. Dehumanizing the enemy is the first and foremost step in any war, that's how you win the PR side of it and get people to back you unconditionally and Israel has been doing it very very well for years.