Namira Salim: Pakistan’s first astronaut

Karachi-born Namira Salim, 45, is a Pakistani writer, poet, explorer and first woman astronaut. She is founder of Monaco-based Space Trust and Pakistan’s honorary Consul in Monaco, a French principality. Its main city, Monte Carlo, is famous for gambling, and Holy Land for the Jew oligarchs.

Namira Salim is the first Pakistani citizen who reached the North Pole in April 2007 and South Pole in January 2008. She is also the first Asian to Skydive Everest as part of the First Everest Skydive in 2008. Watch Namira Salim’s memorable photos (here). Watch her 2008 interview below.

Namira is associated with British Jewish billionaire Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic commercial space-line project. After the Paris attacks, an anti-Muslim false flag operation, Branson posted on Virgin’s website that blaming entire Muslim community for the attacks is like blaming all Americans for the past actions of KKK.

Her latest article, entitled, Space for Peace and Trust on Earth, was published by Jeremy R. Hammond’s Foreign Policy Journal on April 27, 2016.

Last November, I launched Space Trust to harness our hunger for exploration into a cosmic vision for Peace. As we continue to push the frontiers of discovery, we have an opportunity to inspire dialogue, enrich education, and facilitate reconciliation on Earth. Space Trust’s mission accordingly involves research, public events, exhibitions and campaigns to raise awareness over public policy questions concerning space exploration and the impact of private sector space initiatives,” she said.

How ironic that humans have reached the space but failed to solve war, hunger, racism and colonialism on Earth.

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