Syed Zaid Zaman Hamid- Past and Present (a research work)
In this document we will discuss the following topics in detail, •
Zaid Hamid’s connection with yusuf kazzab? ( who claimed to be 2nd return of Muhammad SAW ( naooz Billah) Evidences of their relation ( original pages of some documents, news reports and books published in 1997-1998 and 2000 (before zaid hamid’s appearance as a ‘scholar and defense analyst’) Reality of The audio tape of yusuf kazzab in which zaid hamid also can be listened. ( recorded on 28 feb 1997) What does Aalmi Majlis-e-Tahafuz-e-Khtam-e-Nabuwat say about Zaid Hamid? Remarks of The Senior Advocate ( Muhammad Ismaeel Quraishi ) who followed the case against yusuf kazzab in Supreme Court. Interesting remarks of Molana Muhammad Ismail Shuja abadi who was accuser in yusuf kazzab case as representative of majlis. Remarks of yusuf kazzab’s ex-followers about zaid hamid.
What does Zaid Hamid say on these allegations? Whether his clarification is enough? His original reply( in written and video form) is given here and don’t forget to read a detailed but shocking analyses of his clarification. • His TV programs are self sponsored? To find the answer an interesting comparison is given here between his Shows and other Popular talk shows • Zaid Hamid, Musharraf and Lal Masjid Operation • A little about Zaid Hamid’s ‘Khilafat & shariya revival’ •
Something about Ghazwa-e-Hind. What did Yusuf Kazzab say about Ghazwa-e-Hind?
A recent Article of Zaid Hamid’s friend of university days Dr. Mohsin Ansari medical officer in America claiming zaid Hamid’s early mental disorder. • About Zaid Hamid’s discovered ‘Wali’ naimatullah Shah who (according to zaid hamid) predicted so many exact future incident •
including zaid hamid’s ‘mission and personality’ almost 900 years before. • A comparison of Zaid Hamid’s and yusuf kazzab’s interestingly same way to attract the people especially youth. •
Why is Zaid Hamid’s so ‘aggressive & crazy’ supporter of PakArmy? Zaid Zaman Hamid: - Past and Present Please read patiently while you have sufficient time to understand
Our young generation is in fever of magical voice of a person Zaid Zaman Hamid who is pretending himself a big patriot and getting the trust of Pakistani youth rapidly. Syed zaid zaman is accused that he was a big follower and the first Khalifa of a man Yousaf Ali ( yusuf kazzab) who claimed as a second return of our prophet Muhammad SAW ( naooz billah ) in 1990’s in Pakistan. Yousuf kazzab got hundreds of people following him because of impressive speech and his so-called ‘spiritual powers’. After a massive protest by every sector of society yusuf kazzab was arrested and after a trial of more than 2 years it was proved in court that he claimed not only as a prophet but also as second return of Muhammad SAW naoozbillah. According to reports of those days ( in 1997) published in different national daily and weekly newspapers, yusuf kazzab deputed zaid zaman hamid as his 1st Khalifa before his arrest and Zaid Zaman Hamid was following his case in court also. (Evidences are attached, read patiently please) Audio tapes, news reports, eye witnesses, personal diary and letters of Kazzab confirmed the allegations on Kazzab and he was sentenced to death by high court but during his appeal in Supreme court he was killed in jail by other prisoner. Ziad Zaman’s letter to the editor of Daily DAWN was published on 13 august 2000 and in which he said the court’s decision as “murder of justice”. Zaid Hamid disappeared soon after kazzab was killed and he appeared after 9-10 years in 2007-08 on TV as zaid Hamid (his father was a retired Army col. Zaman Hamid. His full name is Syed zaid zaman, (hamid is his father’s 2nd name).
All the news reports of kazzab were later compiled as a book " Fitna Yusuf kazzab" which was published in 1997 ( 12 years ago and Zaid hamid was not famous at that time) and his name is mentioned in...
MOHSIN HAMID AS AN APPROPRIATE TITLE OF NOVEL
Mohsin Hamid is the author of three novels: Moth Smoke (published in 2000), a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award; The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2007), a million-copy international bestseller that was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, made into a feature film, and named one of the books that defined the decade by the Guardian; and, most recently, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (2013).
His fiction has appeared in the New Yorker, Granta, and the Paris Review and been translated into over 30 languages. The recipient of numerous awards, he has been called "one of his generation's most inventive and gifted writers" by the New York Times, "one of the most talented and formally audacious writers of his generation" by the Daily Telegraph, and "one of the most important writers working today" by the Daily Beast.
He also regularly writes essays on themes ranging from literature to politics and is a contributor to publications around the world, including the New York Times, the Guardian, the New York Review of Books, Dawn, and La Repubblica.
A self-described mongrel, he was born in 1971 in Lahore, Pakistan, and has lived about half his life there. The rest he has spent drifting between places such as London, New York, California, the Philippines, and Italy.
Moth Smoke is a steamy (in both senses) and often darkly amusing book about sex, drugs, and class warfare in...
...Abdulhamid II, The Final Autocrat
The Ottoman Empire had many autocratic rulers from origin of its empire; some were prosperous while others were failures. Abdulhamid II was last autocratic ruler for the empire, and did not prosper. He was declared as a tyrant for suspending the Ottoman constitution. Abdulhamid II motivations for such actions were his needs for absolute power while there was opposition to the Ottoman Rule. When Abdulhamid II came into power he used sly tactics to stay in power and have absolute control; however people lost belief in him as fit ruler and that led to his downfall and the rise of the Young Turks and the new rulers of the Empire.
Abdulhamid II took the throne when there was intense crisis, which included loss of territory of the Empire, rebellion, and repression by the situations in Bosnia and Bulgaria. (Oschenwald & Fisher 311) There were two political groups proposing different solutions to the problems in the Empire. The first view was liberal and pro-western that favored a constitutional approach to solve the problem. The other was the conservative approach, which favored the strong rule by monarch. (Oschenwald & Fisher 311) The liberal party had many answers to the problem but Abdulhamid II violence was too much for the next sultan to handle, which left Abdulhamid II as the sultan. Abdulhamid II was towards the conservative side but he had to show support to the liberal party, so he appointed a liberal grand vizir. However, the grand...
...Datuk Maznah Hamid was born in Air Hitam, Kedah Darul Aman. Dubbed as the 'Iron Lady', she was the first woman to manage a security service company, whereby before her, this field was dominated by men only.
Chairman Danau Lumayan
Chairman Securiforce Hi-Tech Cargo
Board Member Golden Hope Plantations Berhad
Board Member Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Berhad (PUNB)
Board Member Universiti Utara Malaysia
Board Member Maznah Motivational Centre
Advisory Board Member of Excellerated Business School Inc., USA
Board of Trustees Yayasan Sultanah Bahiyah, Kedah
Committee Member of Entrepreneur Development, KPU
Committee Member of the Ummah Development Action Plan, JPM
President Women Entrepreneur's Northern Region (USAHAWATI)
Exco Member of Wanita UMNO, Malaysia
Chairman of Human Resources Development Bureau.
In appreciation of her contributions and services, she received several awards, among them were the 'Best Entrepreneur for 1989', the 'Tan Sri Fatimah Honourary Award for Excellence' and the 'State Leadership Graduate Award'. She was also bestowed the award Dato' Setia Di Raja Kedah (D.S.D.K) by HRH the Sultan of Kedah, P.J.N., K.M.N., and A.M.K.
Wirda Adnan. Wanita Waja: Maznah Hamid : Biografi Malaysia, 1990.
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Butler Lumber Case Discussion | Fathuddin Hamid Academia.edu
Butler Lumber Case Discussion
1) Is Butler Lumber Case just a bank lending / finance case?
Butler Lumber Case is not just a bank lending / finance case. Though this case requires
the financial analysis of the company, we should also consider other factors such as the
establishing the long-term relationship between the bank and Butler Lumber Company.
to capitalize on Butler
services to Butler
Additionally, the bank should consider other qualitative factors such as in this case,
Butler Lumber has just been incorporated and it is located in a growing suburb of a large
city. This represents a growth potential in which the Northrup National Bank could
cross sell products. Other qualitative factors may affect the main revenue drivers for the
Butler Lumber Company. For example, general economic slowdown may slowdown the
rate of increase in sales but it may be protected to some extent from the fluctuations in
new housing construction because of the relatively high proportion of its repair
business. As such, Butler Lumber Case is not just a bank lending / finance case.
2) How does Butler Lumber Company make money?
The company operations were limited to the retail distribution of lumber products in
the local area. These include Plywood, moldings, and...
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Illusion and Reality
In life, things don’t always turn out like people want them to. Some people are
lucky enough to have everything they need and want, whiles others wish their situations whether
it be financial situations, health situations, family problems, relationships, sorrows …were
different. It is therefore only natural for some people to sometimes fantasize about the things
they most desire. In literary works like “The Things They Carried,” “The Glass Menagerie,” and
“Facing It,” the authors Tim O’Brien, Tennessee Williams, and Yusef Komunyakaa respectively,
publicized their characters quest to change their situations. In “The Things They Carried,” the
narrator expressed his wishful intentions to change his relationship with his friend Martha. In
“The Glass Menagerie,” the character Laura of the Wingfield family conveyed hopelessness and
insecurity as a result from her illhealth circumstance, hindering her ability to socially function in
life like any normal person, and forcing her to create a world of illusion as oppose to living in
reality. In “Facing It,” the narrator longed to have a reconnection with his friends lost in war. The
characters effort to pursue their desires by living in a world of fantasy conveyed by their
thoughts and reflections, led them to constant struggles to differentiate and keep a balance ...
...The world will one day cease to exist like all things do. There is no doubt that the world will one day end but the question is when? When will the world we know end? From history we have learned that no one has or will ever predict the accurate date as to when the world will end. The one thing that should be obvious to anyone living in this time period is that the end of the world has begun to emerge. The world is starting to change and that is clear for everyone to see. There has been an increase in wars, sickness and our once striving environment has begun to deteriorate. Religions and cultures have forewarned us of the devastation to come. The Mayans, one of the most advanced ancient civilizations, talked extensively of the world one day ending and science today has begun to support these theories. The conditions of today’s world are strongly showing evidence that the worlds end has begun and … it has begun.
Many religions today predict or make mention of the worlds end in some way. Since every religion has some type of theories about the worlds end, it is not effective to analyze each and every one but rather as a whole. According to Christianity we are currently living in the end of times. Christianity believes that Jesus Christ will return to the world to slay the antichrist. This event is referred to in the book of revelation as Armageddon. “At Armageddon, the antichrist, the kings of the earth and their combined armies will be gathered against Christ and the...
In its competition with Netflix, where did Blockbuster go wrong? How was the use of customer data a key differentiator? How might Blockbuster have better positioned itself against Netflix?
3 things that Blockbuster goes wrong are:
1. Slow & Inadequate Response
“No Late Fees” program was misleading
“Total Access” program was not well integrated – customers had to maintain separate accounts for the Web-based system and the store.
2. Structural Issues
Stores were franchise-based and Web site was maintained by corporate
Capex requirements for starting a separate Web-based logistics system to deliver DVDs by mail
3. Lack of Information Systems
Lack of knowledge about its customers’ preferences and behaviors
Lack of an appropriate CRM system
What are the core competencies of Netflix’s current business model (primary DVD-by-mail with an online component)? Assess the value of Netflix’s business as described in the case
Core competencies of Netflix’s current business model
• Subscription model – no late fees!
• Customers could rent and watch movies on their own schedules
2. Selection and Logistics
• No physical stores
• Allowed deep selection in a wide variety of genres
• Mail delivery obviated the need to drive to bricks-and-mortar stores
• Queuing system on Web site allowed customers to have a constant flow of movies
4. Customer Insight
• Cinematch collaborative filtering...