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  • mianwaheed
    Very interesting Mohsin Naqvi saheb.    However, the prophecy of King Faruq, Soon there will be left only five kings in the world, four in the deck of cards
    Message 1 of 9 , May 1, 2013
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      Very interesting Mohsin Naqvi saheb. 
       
      However, the prophecy of King Faruq, "Soon there will be left only five kings in the world, four in the deck of cards and the fifth, the British king." has not come true yet. There are still 26-27 monarchs alive as of today.
       
      hanuz delhi door ust
       
      respectfully,
      mian
      From: syed-mohsin naquvi <mnaquvi@...>
      To: "Writers_Forum@yahoogroups.com" <Writers_Forum@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 11:27 AM
      Subject: Re: [Writers Forum] Dutch Queen Abdicates
       
      Dear Jassi,

      The statement you quoted was written with tongue-in-cheek sarcasm.

      Dear Mian Sahab,

      The difference between the Dutch and for example, the British monarchies, and those in Arab countries, is very apparent.

      While the European kings and queens tried to fulfill their duties for which their parasite status is accepted by their tax-paying subjects and looked after the national interests of their respective countries, the Arab rulers are just rogues who had been placed on the throne for the good of the western powers so that they can loot the wealth of those countries without any hindrance.

      King Faruq was deposed in 1952 from the Egyptian monarchy. As he was leaving his palace he had prophesied: Soon there will be left only five kings in the world, four in the deck of cards and the fifth, the British king. It took the Iranian people 27 years to show the truth in that prophesy to the world. Many more candidates are waiting on the benches.

      Thank you.

      Sincerely,

      Syed-Mohsin Naqvi
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      From: mianwaheed <mianwaheed@...>
      To: "Writers_Forum@yahoogroups.com" <Writers_Forum@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 10:39 AM
      Subject: Re: [Writers Forum] Dutch Queen Abdicates
       
      I agree with Jassi saheb.  When we talk about getting rid of kings in middle east, we must also talk about the kings and queens of Europe.
       
      respectfully,
      mian
      From: Jaswinder Sandhu <jassi@...>
      To: "Writers_Forum@yahoogroups.com" <writers_forum@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 9:57 AM
      Subject: RE: [Writers Forum] Dutch Queen Abdicates
       
      Mian sahib and Naquvi sahib,            The abdication of Dutch queen or no-abdication of British queens for their family members is a thing of concern for you guys. To the extent that Naquvi sahib feel "Poor Edward VII was 60 years old when he acceded to the British throne and died only 9 years later in 1910." How about the other side of these stories? These ROYAL PARASITES have been/are sucking the blood of people since centuries, why can't we think and talk about that? These shameless parasites of our societies are doing no job for their so-called public/common people and are still priveleged to all the comforts of the world. We are paying through our nose to the visits of these sanguivores though our system cannot support our own poor, sick, old, hapless, helpless, and unemployed people. Why, why, why?Jassi (Jaswinder Sandhu)  
      To: Writers_Forum@yahoogroups.com From: mnaquvi@... Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 08:17:30 -0700 Subject: Re: [Writers Forum] Dutch Queen Abdicates 
      Ex-Queen Beatrix looked as charming today after 33 years as when she looked youthful and charming at the time of her mother the late Queen Juliana's abdication in her favour.

      We lived in Holland in those days.

      And you are right Mian Sahab, Queen Elizabeth is ruling true to her family traditions while Charles is getting old. Very much like her great-great-great-grandmother Victoria had ruled to age 82. Poor Edward VII was 60 years old when he acceded  to the British throne and died only 9 years later in 1910.

      Thank you.

      Sincerely,

      Syed-Mohsin Naquvi
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      From: mianwaheed <mianwaheed@...>
      To:
      Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 9:58 AM
      Subject: [Writers Forum] Dutch Queen Abdicates
       
      Can somebody, please, forward this to Queen Elizabeth?  Prince Charles will appreciate it very much.
       
      mian
       
       

      The moment a queen signed away her throne in favour of her son: Thousands of Dutch turn out to see monarch Beatrix abdicate

      • Crown Prince Willem-Alexander was inaugurated as the Netherlands' first king since 1890 today
      • His mother Beatrix, is abdicating after a 33-year reign - she is now Princess Beatrix
      • Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall attended the investiture
      • Her decision to step down from the largely ceremonial role had been widely expected
      PUBLISHED:08:07 GMT, 30 April 2013| UPDATED:09:10 GMT, 30 April 2013
      Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands looked emotional this morning as she signed over her throne in favour of her eldest son Willem-Alexander.
      The 46-year-old, the first Dutch king in more than 100 years, gripped his mother's hand after they both signed the abdication document at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam.
      The much-loved Beatrix ended her 33-year-reign as thousands of orange-clad people cheered outside and millions more watched on national television.
      With her abdication, she becomes Princess Beatrix and her son ascends the throne as King Willem-Alexander.
      The father of three's popular Argentine-born wife becomes Queen Maxima and their eldest daughter, Catharina-Amalia, becomes Princess Orange and first in line to the throne.
      King Willem-Alexander has pledged to be a 21st century king, close to his nearly 17 million subjects, and not a 'protocol fetishist'.
      Scroll down for video
      End
of an
 era: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands signs the act of abdication next to her son Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his wife Crown Princess Maxima during a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam
      End of an era: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands signs the act of abdication next to her son Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his wife Crown Princess Maxima during a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam
      New generation: Queen Beatrix passes the act of abdication to her son Crown Prince Willem-Alexander who smiled widely as he signed the act
      New generation: Queen Beatrix passes the act of abdication to her son Crown Prince Willem-Alexander who smiled widely as he signed the act
      Relaxed: Dutch Queen Beatrix, smiled as she sat down and prepared to sign the Act of Abdication
      Relinquishing role: The much-loved Beatrix ended her 33-year-reign as thousands of orange-clad people cheered outside and millions more watched on national television
      New leader:
      New leader: King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and his mother Princess Beatrix greet the crowd of Dam Square from the balcony of the Royal Palace Amsterdam, following the official abdication
      New beginnings:
      New beginnings: Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima appear on the balcony of the Royal Palace with their children, from left: Catharina-Amalia, Ariane, and Alexia
      Last night�Prince Charles and Camilla joined members of the Dutch Royal Family for a dinner in honour of Queen Beatrix at the world-famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which has just reopened after a lavish €375m renovation.
      Celebration: Prince Charles and wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive   for a banquet

hosted by the Dutch Royal family at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, last night
      Celebration: Prince Charles and wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive for a banquet hosted by the Dutch Royal family at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, last night
      Celebration: Prince Charles and wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive for a banquet hosted by the Dutch Royal family at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, last night
      Celebration: The pair sported a monochrome looks as they arrived at the elaborate dinner

      Dutch Crown Princess
Maxima
 waved as she left the Royal Palace before the ceremony
      Dutch Crown Princess Maxima waved as she left the Royal Palace before the ceremony. She wore a variety of stunning jewels for the occasion, which will see her husband take the throne and make her queen consort
      Change over: Dutch Queen Beatrix, centre, and Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, left, and his wife Princess Maxima arrive for the banquet
      Change over: Dutch Queen Beatrix, centre, and Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, left, and his wife Princess Maxima arrive for the banquet
      Last dinner: Queen Beatrix Of The Netherlands hosts a Gala Dinner ahead of her abdication
      Last dinner: Queen Beatrix Of The Netherlands hosts a Gala Dinner ahead of her abdication last night

      Fit   for a King and Queen: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, centre, hosts a dinner on April 29, 2013 at the National Museum
      Fit for a King and Queen: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands was surrounded by Royal figures, including Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who can be seen in sparkling white

    • syed-mohsin naquvi
      ________________________________ From: mianwaheed To: Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 9:58 AM Subject: [Writers Forum] Dutch Queen
      Message 2 of 9 , May 2, 2013
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        From: mianwaheed <mianwaheed@...>
        To:
        Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 9:58 AM
        Subject: [Writers Forum] Dutch Queen Abdicates

         
        Can somebody, please, forward this to Queen Elizabeth?  Prince Charles will appreciate it very much.
         
        mian
         
         

        The moment a queen signed away her throne in favour of her son: Thousands of Dutch turn out to see monarch Beatrix abdicate

        • Crown Prince Willem-Alexander was inaugurated as the Netherlands' first king since 1890 today
        • His mother Beatrix, is abdicating after a 33-year reign - she is now Princess Beatrix
        • Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall attended the investiture
        • Her decision to step down from the largely ceremonial role had been widely expected
        PUBLISHED:08:07 GMT, 30 April 2013| UPDATED:09:10 GMT, 30 April 2013
        Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands looked emotional this morning as she signed over her throne in favour of her eldest son Willem-Alexander.
        The 46-year-old, the first Dutch king in more than 100 years, gripped his mother's hand after they both signed the abdication document at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam.
        The much-loved Beatrix ended her 33-year-reign as thousands of orange-clad people cheered outside and millions more watched on national television.
        With her abdication, she becomes Princess Beatrix and her son ascends the throne as King Willem-Alexander.
        The father of three's popular Argentine-born wife becomes Queen Maxima and their eldest daughter, Catharina-Amalia, becomes Princess Orange and first in line to the throne.
        King Willem-Alexander has pledged to be a 21st century king, close to his nearly 17 million subjects, and not a 'protocol fetishist'.
        Scroll down for video
        End of an era: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands signs the act of
abdication next to her son Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his wife Crown Princess Maxima during a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam
        End of an era: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands signs the act of abdication next to her son Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and his wife Crown Princess Maxima during a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam
        New generation: Queen Beatrix passes the act of abdication to her son Crown Prince Willem-Alexander who smiled widely as he signed the act
        New generation: Queen Beatrix passes the act of abdication to her son Crown Prince Willem-Alexander who smiled widely as he signed the act
        Relaxed: Dutch Queen Beatrix, smiled as she sat down and prepared to sign the Act of Abdication
        Relinquishing role: The much-loved Beatrix ended her 33-year-reign as thousands of orange-clad people cheered outside and millions more watched on national television
        New leader:
        New leader: King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and his mother Princess Beatrix greet the crowd of Dam Square from the balcony of the Royal Palace Amsterdam, following the official abdication
        New beginnings:
        New beginnings: Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima appear on the balcony of the Royal Palace with their children, from left: Catharina-Amalia, Ariane, and Alexia
        Last night�Prince Charles and Camilla joined members of the Dutch Royal Family for a dinner in honour of Queen Beatrix at the world-famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which has just reopened after a lavish €375m renovation.

        Celebration: Prince Charles and wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive
for a banquet hosted by the Dutch Royal family at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, last night
        Celebration: Prince Charles and wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive for a banquet hosted by the Dutch Royal family at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, last night
        Celebration: Prince Charles and wife Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive for a banquet hosted by the Dutch Royal family at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, last night
        Celebration: The pair sported a monochrome looks as they arrived at the elaborate dinner

        Dutch Crown Princess Maxima waved as she left the Royal Palace before the ceremony
        Dutch Crown Princess Maxima waved as she left the Royal Palace before the ceremony. She wore a variety of stunning jewels for the occasion, which will see her husband take the throne and make her queen consort

        Change over: Dutch Queen Beatrix, centre, and Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, left, and his wife Princess Maxima arrive for the banquet
        Change over: Dutch Queen Beatrix, centre, and Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, left, and his wife Princess Maxima arrive for the banquet
        Last dinner: Queen Beatrix Of The Netherlands hosts a Gala Dinner ahead of her abdication
        Last dinner: Queen Beatrix Of The Netherlands hosts a Gala Dinner ahead of her abdication last night

        Fit
for a King and Queen: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, centre, hosts a dinner on April 29, 2013 at the National Museum
        Fit for a King and Queen: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands was surrounded by Royal figures, including Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who can be seen in sparkling white



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