Lieutenant-Colonel and Al-Khatib, former Minister of Religious Affairs: Amer Liaquat Hussein passed away at the age of 49. Eighteen-year-old ex-wife: She was worse than Satan
TheThe world will not miss much From Amer Liaquat Hussainfrom her contactsSexist bodies about independent women, about her convictions against heretical Muslims, about TV shows in which she has given up cars and left children for adoption. Liaquat was a character as they say in these cases controversial, obnoxious and irresistible. Millions of people in Pakistan have followed him for years, loved him, and sometimes hated him. He himself, on his site, called himself a true legend. When he showed Kids on TV in 2013, he certainly didn’t do it to get attention: We’ve already gotten ratings so high, we’ve taken these little ones out of the trash and given them to parents who need them.
sermons about islam
One man, one influentialcommented on BBCWhich has dominated the public consciousness of Pakistan for twenty years, is an icon of entertainment and a symbol of hypocrisy and divisions for an entire country. He died Thursday, not yet 50 years old. Khatib (sermon on the values of Islam for Jio TV He was the most popular religious program in the history of Pakistani television), politician and parliamentarian (he was Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs from 2004 to 2007), then an actor, presenter and designer with his clothing line. Unexpected: Salman Rushdie once declared he deserved to die; Another was held hostage by a group of students angry at his criticism of the kamikaze terrorists.
He made a liquor, turned everything into gold, and pearl meme. Even his private life. He recently married for the third time to 18-year-old Dania Shah. The marriage lasted a few months and ended poorly in May. Shah had accused the showman of violence and recounted his drug addiction: my life with him was hell, worse than Satan. Liaquat’s reaction was theatrical, as usual, with a video in which he described his marriage as a fiasco and described the accusations of violence as false news (without the judiciary asking him to explain it). He also played the guilty as comments and attacks poured into social media, threatening to leave ungrateful Pakistanis after all she had done for them.
death in solitude
He would never leave, because there was no one outside. Oddly enough, a common man like him died alone, refusing to open the door to the employees who wanted to help him. He started feeling ill on Wednesday, but did not want to go to the hospital. The next morning, at his home in Karachi, aides heard him screaming in pain. They pushed the door to the room by force. The rush to the Aga Khan University Hospital did not help.
Jun 11, 2022 (changed Jun 11, 2022 | 22:39)
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