Archive for the ‘WAR ON TERROR’ Category

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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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Why Delhi Refuses to Take Action Against the Indian Army for Blowing up Samjhota Express

February 9, 2011

There is a clear parity between the terror against Bharatis in Mumbai and the terror against Pakistanis on the Samjhota Express. In fact the attack ont he Samjhota Express was more egregious, as it was the official communications link between Bharat and Pakistan. What makes the train bombing worse is the face that a sitting colonel of the Bharati Army was fully involved in the attack, and he used Indian Armyissued plastique explosives to kill and murder. Colonel Prohit of the Indian Army when he went to court was dressed in full Saffron regalia egged on by a crowd of the Hindumahasabah.
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Connectivity between Moscow, Lahore and Karachi Blasts

January 26, 2011

By Zaheerul Hassan for Kashmir Watch

On January 25, 2011 two blasts detonated just after the Magrib prayers in Lahore and Karachi. In Lahore at least 17 people embraced shahadat (killed), over 70 injured and some individuals are in critical condition   in a powerful explosion at Bhati Gate near Kerbala Gamay Shah in a mourning procession. Out of killed six were police individuals.  According to the witnesses and Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Lahore, the blast took placed when 14 or 15 years old Child carrying a bag was stopped at the police entry point for checking purpose.
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Pakistan Set For Extradition Request For Two Indian Terrorists

January 23, 2011



Pakistan Set For Extradition Request For Two Indian Terrorists

The two, one Hindu clergyman and the other a serving officer of the Indian military intelligence, killed more than 60 Pakistani goodwill visitors who were on a peace mission to India in 2007.

THE DAILY MAIL | Saturday | 22 January 2011
WWW.PAKNATIONALISTS.COM

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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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Economy Cannot Afford more Military Offensives

January 17, 2011

ISLAMABAD: The finance ministry has said that Pakistan’s troubled economy cannot indigenously afford more military offensives if the government continues to compromise economic reforms for political concessions Finance ministry officials fear the defence budget could swell beyond control.

“The defence budget can rise abruptly if another military venture is launched. That will be unbearable for the economy,” an official was quoted as telling Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani during a mid-year economic review meeting.

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