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A gift to the new ‘secular’ government of India.

Looks like the new ‘secular’ government has received a gift from the US of A. They have issued a travel warning to our country because of terrorist threat’s. Looks like we are becoming like Israel where bombs and rockets are fired upon very often. The differencce between them and us being that we are poorer, our bureaucracy stinks , and we are inept of handling terrorism.

Original Article : Panicky US issues advisory against travelling to India

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“The United States Mission in India wishes to urgently remind all U.S. citizens resident in or traveling to India that there is a high threat from terrorism throughout India. As terror attacks are a serious and growing threat, U.S. citizens are urged to always practice good security, including maintaining a heightened situational awareness and a low profile. Americans in India should be vigilant at all times and monitor local news reports and vary their routes and times in carrying out daily activities. Americans should consider the level of security present when visiting public places, including religious sites, or choosing hotels, restaurants, entertainment and recreation venues. ,” says the US state department website.”

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Also India “fear’s” more attacks from the LeT, so lets stay home like cowards, while they come and kill the citizens of our country. Or infact we can actually pay jizya to pakistan so that we are under the security of the LeT and other terrorist organisations.

Original Article : LeT terror head roams free, India fears more hits

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Seven months since the November 26 Mumbai terror attacks and barely two days after Pakistan freed its mastermind and Lashkar chief Hafiz Saeed, there are intelligence reports of another possible attack on India.

Reports suggest that unlike the inputs ahead of the November 26 attack, the intelligence this time around is a lot more specific and points directly to the Lashkar-e-Toiba.

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Panicky US issues advisory against travelling to India

June 4, 2009 Posted by | Current Affairs | , , , , , | 3 Comments

Brace up for another 26/11

Now that Pakistan has freed 26/11 accused Hafiz Saeed, its just a matter of time before he can plot another attack on the Indian soil. Actually he can use Qasab again, we are not keen on persecuting him anyway,and he has got the experience of waging jihad on India.  Also the judge who acquitted Hafiz has said that “it was not binding under Pakistani laws to implement UN Security Council resolutions”. Infact its not binding on Pakistan to follow anything apart from the shariah law, we all know that.

Original Article: Pak frees 26/11 accused Hafiz Saeed

Pakistani authorities have freed detained Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, the leader of Lashkar-e-Toiba front Jamaat-ud-Dawa from house arrest in his house in eastern Pakistan on Tuesday. The release was ordered by the Lahore High Court.

Saeed had been put under house arrest on Thursday December 11, 1008 following international hue and cry over the JuD’s involvement in the Mumbai terror attacks of 26 November 2008.

In December 2008, the UN Security Council had listed the group as a front for LeT. Saeed’s home in Johar Town area of Lahore was declared a “sub-jail”.

Saeed’s associates freed too

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June 2, 2009 Posted by | Current Affairs | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Brahma Chellaney on Obama’s AfPak policy.

Brahma Chellaney writes about the strategy of the American president to counter the AfPak problem. I agree to his views and is a good read. Below are a few excerpts. The article can be found here.

Brahma Chellaney says that India is indeed ‘the sponge that protects us all’ from terrorism emanating from Pakistan. The new President’s strategy is compounding the Af-Pak problem

After all, the brunt of escalating terrorism from Pakistan will be borne by India, which already has become, in the words of ex-US official Ashley Tellis, ‘the sponge that protects us all’.

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The Af-Pak problem won’t go away without a fundamental break from the American policies that helped create this terrifying muddle. The US military can never win in Afghanistan, or even secure a ticket out of that country as Obama wants, without first dismantling the Pakistani military’s sanctuaries and sustenance infrastructure for the Taleban and other state-reared terror groups such as Lashkar-e-Taiba (the group who carried out the Mumbai atrocities) and Jaish-e-Muhammad. As Bush’s national security adviser Stephen Hadley pointed out just before leaving office in January, ‘You can’t really solve Afghanistan without solving Pakistan.’

Yet to mend a broken policy on Pakistan, Obama is doing more of what helped to create the failure — dispensing rewards upfront. He has set out to make Islamabad the biggest recipient of US aid in the world without having first defined benchmarks for judging progress. It was under his predecessor, however, that Pakistan began raking in a terrorist windfall.

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April 30, 2009 Posted by | Current Affairs | , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

India, from the other side of the fence.

“The Grass Is Always Greener on the Other Side of the Fence” . Not just the grass, from the indian side everything looks green on the other side of the fence. Blame it on the fast paced Islamization of that country. But from their side , it looks like the only color they are seeing is saffron.

Dawn.com has an article on the plight of the muslims in Gujarat and am sure that there is a good chance that the article has been “Teestalized” (Dont bother to look for the meaning of the word. I am just using it to denote all reports that are fabricated during the gujarat riots to bring a bad name to Modi and also to show a bad image of the country in front of the world. Did I mention that the reports have to be fabricated and gruesome)

Below are a few excerpts from the article.

Since 2002, when the worst riots since India’s partition left an estimated 2,000 Muslims dead in the western state of Gujarat, thousands have been pushed off the map and have little faith in the world’s largest democracy.

2000 Muslims were killed?? Really? So the hindus who were killed during the riot converted their religion to Islam after death? Well it has to be so because the total number of death itself is around 2000 if not less, so where will you account the Hindu deaths?

‘How would you feel if you have to live below a mountain of litter and drink polluted water everyday?’ said Riana Bano, a Muslim widow and mother of four girls.

We are a poor country, and that is the fate of many other people, yes including hindus, at many places around the country. We are trying to improve the situation but it does take time. And yes we do agree that the corrupt politicians are not helping one bit, but we are trying. And No its not a situation of the muslims alone.

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April 29, 2009 Posted by | General Thoughts. | , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Pak militants ban political parties in Fata

Until now we had the political parties banning the militants, and it was getting boring. so now a twist in the tale, Militants are banning political parties.

ISLAMABAD: The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Shariat-e-Muhammadi (TNSM) have now banned political parties in the Bajaur region of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).

Both the separatist organizations have also issued a jirga banning meeting of more than three persons at a same place. According to the Daily Times, the decision was taken after four persons were killed in a clash between the activists of these two groups. The latest ban adds to the long list of activities that the Taliban has prohibited in the region.

The outlawed outfit had also barred women from venturing out of their house alone. Sale and purchase of music cds and film videos have also been banned. Growing beard and wearing turban has been made mandatory for men in the region.

Meanwhile, Taliban militants from Pakistan’s Swat valley are refusing to leave the Buner district which they forcibly occupied and have established a big base in the town, located just 100 km from the federal capital. The continued presence of the Taliban has forced the leaders of the Awami National Party, which rules the North West Frontier Province, to leave the region and the intervention of the tribal peace jirga to make them vacate the area has failed, The News daily reported on Tuesday.

The Taliban from Swat moved into Buner about two weeks ago. They have occupied a three-storey bungalow owned by a businessman in Sultanwas village and are using it as their headquarters, the paper said.

April 22, 2009 Posted by | Current Affairs | , , , , | Leave a comment

Gunmen shoot Sri Lanka cricketers

Its time that the pakistanis start calling terrorists as terrorists. They cannot become Freedom fighters when they reach Kashmir and become terrorists when they start firing in Pakistan. What was the Srilankan team really thinking when they agreed to tour pakistan? that terrorists were their friends and would not harm them? Well I guess they had a very bad wakeup call.

Wondering if Akram still stands by his reprive of India not playing cricket after 26/11.

And also read this remark by a pakistani minister. (Source BBC)

“But a Pakistani minister, Sardar Nabil Ahmed Gabol, reportedly told private Geo TV that evidence suggested the attackers came across the border from India.

He said the assault came in reaction to the Mumbai attacks, and was a “declaration of open war on Pakistan by India”.”

I agree it must be the hand of the RSS and Israel , working together to bring them down.

March 3, 2009 Posted by | Current Affairs | , , , | Leave a comment

Hand over Kasab to us: Pak Minister tells India

Sure Mr.Qureshi, we will hand him over, but please make sure that he is given VIP treatment, after all he should be a hero for pakistan. And while you are at it do send some more talibanised youths from pakistan to India to kill many more people. After they have done their job of killing the kafirs we will send them back to pakistan. Does that sound like a good plan to you?

Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has once again reiterated Islambad’s position that the lone terrorist captured alive during the Mumbai terror attacks, Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab, should be handed over to them.

In an interview to BBC Urdu, Qureshi said, “If Kasab is Pakistani citizen, India should not have problems in handing him over.”

Qureshi said that if Kasab has admitted to his role in the Mumbai terror attacks then he should be tried in Pakistan.

February 18, 2009 Posted by | Current Affairs | , , , | Leave a comment

Pakistan to impose Islamic law in SWAT

Oh yeah we are very close to having the taliban staring into our eyes, and am very sure that some politicians will have a reception committee to recieve them at the border.

The Pakistan government agreed on Monday to impose Islamic law and suspend a military offensive across the northwest Pakistan. These concessions are believed to be aimed at pacifying a spreading Taliban insurgency in the area. The announcement came after talks with local Islamists, including one closely linked to the Taliban. The move will likely concern the United States, which has warned Pakistan that such peace agreements allow Al-Qaida and Taliban militants operating near the Afghan border time to rearm and regroup. Meanwhile, in rare press conference, General Pervez Musharraf hit out at “those who said there is a tacit understanding between the Pakistan army and the Taliban”. He also said that weakening the ISI and the army will weaken the war against the Taliban. Newspapers in Pakistan have commented the move to enforce Islamic Law in the areas under Taliban influence. In an article, The News has said, “The horrendous situation in a region where people have suffered tremendous brutality, where girls have been driven out of schools and where people have been beheaded in public for defying the militants is one that no elected government can stand by and calmly endure.” The Pakistan Observer has said, “It is regrettable that some people adopted violent means for realization of the highly noble objective of enforcing Islamic justice system. Anyhow, the new arrangement can lead to durable peace in the troubled region.”

February 17, 2009 Posted by | Current Affairs | , , | Leave a comment