Jun 9, 2001

Soon Valley Khushab, Pakistan

The 'Soon Valley' (Wadi Soon Sakesar) is the famous valley of Pakistan located in the central Punjab province. The Valley is situated in the northwest of Khushab. Naushera is the main town of the Valley. The Valley starts from Kathwai village and ends to Sakesar that is the highest peak of Salt Range. The length of Soon Valley is 35 miles (56 km) and average width is 9 miles (14 km). The area of Soon Valley is 300-square-mile (780 km2).

Although not as cold as the valleys up north, Soon Valley consists of beautiful lakes, waterfalls, jungles, natural pools and ponds. Soon valley is also blessed with an ancient civilization, natural resources, and fertile farms. There are some special features of this valley that distinguish it from other areas, without knowing about them it is very hard to understand its importance. Mardwal, Khabeki, Dhadhar, Manawan, Suraki Sabhral, Khoora, Naushera, Kufri, Anga, Ugali, Uchali and more about 30+ are important towns in the soon valley. Kanhatti Garden, Sodhi Garden, Da'ep and Sakesar are resorts to visit.  Awan tribe is settled in Soon Valley. Located at a height of (1,530 m) above sea level, Sakesar is the only mountain in this part of the Punjab which receives snow fall in winters.


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    BY Allama Muhammad Yousuf Gabriel

    The Quran says " OTAMA" . The Otama is a fire which leaps up onto the hearts". (Quran-104). Here then is a characteristic of the atomic phenomenon which may be regarded as one most distinctively characteristic and the one, that distinguishes the atomic phenomenon from every other. But the point of the Quran is proved by merely calling the atomic phenomenon by its characteristic name that of “The Nuclear Phenomenon". The nuclear phenomenon is called as nuclear because its actions appear in the nucleus (heart) of the Atom. That, in no other phenomenon, chemical, electrical, or gravitational, the actions take place in the nucleus of the atom is well known. The nucleus therein all non-atomic phenomena remains untouched to the end. But how the point of the leaping up onto the hearts is proved is the question. The Quran has used the word, "Hearts" while the scientist has used the word, "Nucleus". But the scientist himself uses the word "Heart" for the nucleus. The heart with nucleus thus is a synonym. The Quran has not spoken amiss. That the scientist frequently and most aptly used the word heart to signify the nucleus may be found in the standard text books on atomic physics. Two out of scores of examples will suffice (1) “each fast particle comes from the break-up of the very heart of the single atom (The Nucleus) of the radioactive material". (Vide Physics: Physical science study committee, IInd Edition, D.C.Heath and Company Lexington, Massachusetts, July 1965, page 130)(2)" How many nuclear heart-beats are in the life-time of a radioactive nucleus which lasts only billionth of a second". (Ibid page 21. Short Problems). Edward Teller spoke in the year 1939, of taking energy from the heart of the atom. The entire field of action of the atomic that is the nuclear phenomenon is within the nuclei of the atoms. The fission as well as the fusion process both take place within the nuclei of the atoms of the fissile and fusile material. The best spectacle, however, of the leaping up onto the hearts that is the nuclei and the best proof of the word of the Quran may be seen in the case of the thermonuclear action, wherein the heart produced in the inner fission device is being directed onto the hearts that is the nuclei of the outer fusile material. remarkable in itself is the term “Thermonuclear" in its purport. It clearly means afire which leaps up onto the nuclei that is the hearts. The atomic radiations not only show the nuclear characteristics by having their actions within the nuclei, whether in inanimate matter or whether in the living body, but further by showing a particular attraction for the heart whatever in the body is related to the heart. They present the point of the Quran touching he heart in a manner so quaintly suggestive as deserved the notice of scientist. Radiations affect he coordination of the function at a level where it is beyond the control of the brain. Bone-marrow and all the blood-forming organs are more sensitive to the effects of radiations than the brain, the nerves and the muscles. Multi-cellular organisms are more sensitive to radiation than the unicellular. This fact may be attributed to the better development of the circulatory and respiratory system of the multicellular organisms. The blood relation of the circulatory and respiratory systems with the heart is known. The action of radiations is retarded in the absence of oxygen and again the blood relation of oxygen with heart is known. Heat flash of the atomic bomb kills its victim through shock to the heart.

    Allama Muhammad Yousuf Gabriel
    Gabriel Communications , Quaid-e-Azam Street Nawabad Wah Cantt
    Distt Rawalpindi Pakistan


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