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Posted: 12 October 2009 at 12:15am | IP Logged
Pakistan seems to be going all out against the terrorists and Talebans this time round. 
Terrorists have also recently reacted by  bombing various cities in the country. 
I think this is the best for the country in the long run. But in the meantime there is much danger and uncertainty. They have to completely destroy all the terrorists in order to enjoy long term peace.
 
 
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Oct 12, 2009
Pakistan bombs militants
The aircraft struck the militants late on Sunday, hours after commandos stormed an office building and rescued 39 people taken hostage after an attack on the army headquarters. -- PHOTO: REUTERS

ISLAMABAD - PAKISTANI aircraft attacked Taleban militants in their South Waziristan stronghold near the Afghan border as the government said a ground offensive against the Al-Qaeda-linked fighters was imminent.

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MEMBERS of the Pakistani Taleban and Al-Qaeda were suspected to have been behind Saturday's attack on army headquarters in Rawalpindi, near Islamabad, which ended a week when suicide bombers struck in the capital Islamabad and Peshawar, killing more than 50 people.

Security officials said there appeared to be links between the attackers, who were disguised in army uniforms, and militant groups based in Punjab province.
The aircraft struck the militants late on Sunday, hours after commandos stormed an office building and rescued 39 people taken hostage after an attack on the army headquarters.

'The jets hit and destroyed two of their hideouts in Makeen and Ladha and we have a total of about 16 militants killed,' a Pakistani intelligence official in the region said.

Pakistani Taleban militants linked to al Qaeda have launched numerous attacks on government and foreign targets over the past couple of years killing hundreds of people.

The military has been conducting air and artillery strikes in south Waziristan for months, while moving troops, blockading the region and trying to split off militant factions.

But a ground offensive, in what could be the army's toughest test since militants turned on the state, has yet to begin. Interior Minister Rehman Malik told Reuters in an interview in Singapore the offensive was 'imminent', adding: 'There is no mercy for them because our determination and resolve is to flush them out. -- REUTERS

 
 
 
 
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Pakistan army set to strike

ISLAMABAD - PAKISTAN'S army said on Monday it was waiting for government orders to launch a strike against Taleban strongholds in the north-west tribal belt after a brazen hostage siege left 19 people dead.

Suspected Taleban-linked gunmen staged an audacious day-time raid on the military nerve centre near Islamabad on Saturday, shooting their way into a building and barricading themselves inside with 42 hostages.

In total, eight militants, eight soldiers and three hostages were killed in the crisis that unfolded at the heart of the military establishment in the garrison city of Rawalpindi, which ended with a commando raid Sunday.

The army claimed success in an offensive against the Taleban earlier this year in the one-time tourist paradise of north-west Swat valley, but a wave of attacks in the past week show the Islamist threat is far from quashed.

Now the pressure is on the follow up the Swat push with a full-fledged operation on the Taleban bastions of North and South Waziristan, in a tribal region outside direct government authority and a known Al-Qaeda bolthole.

Military and government officials have been saying for months that they will attack the Tehreek-e-Taleban Pakistan (TTP) movement in their stronghold, but despite sporadic air strikes, no timeframe has been set. 'The army is fully prepared to launch an operation against Tehreek-e-Taleban,' said a military spokesman. -- AFP



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Posted: 12 October 2009 at 12:35am | IP Logged
Originally posted by shaktheback

Hope they get over terrorism. Want to see India- Pak together again !
 
Yes I hope so too so that the common people in Pakistan can have some peace too.
War, politics and religion are too complicated for most of the common people. It always confuses and divides them.

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Posted: 12 October 2009 at 12:52am | IP Logged
Originally posted by shaktheback

Originally posted by Summer3

 
Yes I hope so too so that the common people in Pakistan can have some peace too.
War, politics and religion are too complicated for most of the common people. It always confuses and divides them.


Yea, and they should get freedom from the dictators ! Do you thnk India will help them out ?
India is obliged to help as Pakistan is their neighbour and they are brothers too.
In the long run peace is good for everybody.
Once the leaders can get along most of the problems can be solved but generally a lot of politicians are not so straight, so the common people suffer.

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Nothing great for India, because there are two types of terrorists in Pakistan: Some against India and others against Pakistan. Pakistan is fighting only those who are against Pakistan, meanwhile it continues to fully support those who are against India.


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Posted: 13 October 2009 at 9:47pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by karandel_2008

Nothing great for India, because there are two types of terrorists in Pakistan: Some against India and others against Pakistan. Pakistan is fighting only those who are against Pakistan, meanwhile it continues to fully support those who are against India.
There are good and bad people everywhere. The common people are all good. The politicians are mostly bad in any countries.

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Posted: 15 October 2009 at 5:43am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Summer3

Originally posted by karandel_2008

Nothing great for India, because there are two types of terrorists in Pakistan: Some against India and others against Pakistan. Pakistan is fighting only those who are against Pakistan, meanwhile it continues to fully support those who are against India.
There are good and bad people everywhere. The common people are all good. The politicians are mostly bad in any countries.
True!
Back to the topic:
Pakistani politicains are killing their own people just to get aid its their fault and this terror is created by themselves...noone can do anything untill some local is not involvedDead

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