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Osama’s dead corpse?

May 4, 2011
Paul Joseph Watson [Prison Planet]
A multitude of different inside sources both publicly and privately, including one individual who personally worked with Bin Laden at one time, told us directly that Osama’s dead corpse has been on ice for nearly a decade and that his “death” would only be announced at the most politically expedient time.
That time has now come with a years-old fake picture being presented as the only evidence of his alleged killing yesterday, while Bin Laden’s body has been hastily dumped into the sea to prevent anyone from finding out when he actually died.
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God Father of the Taliban Killed in Pakistan

January 23, 2011

Former top ISI official, Colonel Imam, known as the ‘god father of the Taliban’ was killed after his family failed to pay the demanded ransom, reports say.

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North Waziristan: The Death Trap

January 19, 2011

GULPARI NAZISH MEHSUD | WWW.PROJECTPAKISTAN21.ORG

Stirring the hornet’s nest may lead to more instability and insecurity in Pakistan: Concludes a new study by Spearhead Research

The United States cannot win in Afghanistan without taking Pakistani national interests into consideration and without mainstreaming the Pakhtun citizens of Pakistan and Afghanistan, says a review of the Afghan war released by a Pakistani think-tank.

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“No ‘Af-Pak’ strategy can succeed […] by causing instability, chaos and destruction in Pakistan,” says a new study titled, ‘North Waziristan: The Death Trap’, released by the Lahore-based Spearhead Research, an independent Pakistani think-tank headed by former Pakistani army chief Gen. Jehangir Karamat, who has also served as Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States.  Research analyst Shemrez Nauman Afzal, author of the study, concludes that “Pakistan’s security perceptions and national interest must be factored into the roadmap for regional peace [and] the inclusion and mainstreaming of the Pakhtun population of both Pakistan and Afghanistan.”

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US Marines Flee Gerishk After Taking on Heavy Casualties: Taliban

January 17, 2011

By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi

Those American marines which had landed by helicopters in Gerishk’s Shor area 3 days ago, fled the area at 12:00 am yesterday morning after taking on heavy damage and casualties.

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Karzai’s ‘No’ to Delhi

January 13, 2011

President Hamid Karzai has clearly rebuffed India and will be talking to the Taliban and including them in the new government. Bharat has repeatedly stated that it does not differentiate between the “Good Taliban” and the “Bad Taliban”. Bharat is also concerned about Pakistan’s role in the peace process in Kabul. Mr. Hamid Karzai has informed the Bharatis that Pakistan has a seminal role in talks with the Talibs and the peace talks under “the doctrine of necessity”.

Bitten by the sharp remarks of Mr. Hamid Karzai, the Bharati delegation was left licking its wounds and trying to threaten and cajole Mr. Karzai at the same time. Delhi has resigned itself to an ancillary role in Afghanistan. At Pakistan’s insistence, Bharat has not been party to many of the regional dialogues.

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Obama Orders New Afghan Surge

January 13, 2011

By Bill Van Auken

The Obama administration’s decision to deploy another 1,400 US Marines in Afghanistan is the harbinger of a far bloodier war and a further indication that there will be no honoring of the president’s December 2009 pledge to begin drawing down US forces next July.

Despite the superficial optimism that is the default mode of Gen. David Petraeus and the rest of the Pentagon command, the US military is mired in an intractable conflict with the people of Afghanistan, who refuse to accept foreign occupation and the semi-colonial subjugation of their country to the interests of US imperialism.

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A CIA Purge In Pakistan

January 13, 2011

The first myth is that Al-Qaeda was destroyed by CIA drones. The second myth is that Pakistan’s tribal belt is producing terrorists in US and Europe.The third myth is that FATA is the reason for instability in Afghanistan. As US Vice President lands in Islamabad, Pakistanis know better than ever they need to ditch America’s Afghan mess at the earliest.

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