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Posted: 01 February 2010 at 6:58pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by rongna

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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 will help pakistan if only there is some interest or good outcomes for india if it helps pakistan. otherwise, india will not help pakistan.


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Posted: 01 February 2010 at 8:01pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Bartz

Originally posted by rongna

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 will help pakistan if only there is some interest or good outcomes for india if it helps pakistan. otherwise, india will not help pakistan.


Is there something wrong with that? Confused
At the present moment there are some security concerns but eventually the two countries will work together. Bi-lateral trades benefits both countries.Smile

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Posted: 01 February 2010 at 8:33pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by rongna

Originally posted by shaktheback

Originally posted by Summer3


<font color="#0033ff">Yes I hope so too so that the common people in Pakistan can have some peace too.</font>
<font color="#0033ff">War, politics and religion are too complicated for most of the common people. It always confuses and divides them.</font>
<br><br><font face="Georgia, Times New Roman, Times, serif">Yea, and they should get freedom from the dictators ! Do you thnk India will help them out ?</font><br>
<br><br>india will help pakistan if only there is some interest or good outcomes for india if it helps pakistan. otherwise, india will not help pakistan. <br>
LOL, what interest? We have no interest in letting terrorists enter India through LOC.

Edited by debayon - 01 February 2010 at 8:34pm

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Terrorists do not hesitate to kill their own people too. They need to be got rid off. Guns and ammunitions should be banned for a start

Female suicide bomber kills dozens in Iraq

Mohammed Haider, 2, is held by his mother at a hospital after he was wounded in a suicide attack in Baghdad, Iraq Women and children were among the pilgrims injured
At least 41 people have been killed and 106 injured by a female suicide bomber in north-east Baghdad, an interior ministry spokesman has said.

The woman detonated an explosives vest among a group of pilgrims making the journey to Karbala, 80km from Baghdad. A witness described seeing a fireball.

The Shia pilgrims were marking Arbaeen, the end of 40 days of mourning for the death of Prophet Muhammad's grandson.

Troops and police are on alert during the pilgrimage.

The bomber had hidden the explosives under her abaya - a long, black over-garment, Maj Gen Qassim al-Moussawi told the Associated Press news agency.

Iraqis making a pilgrimage to Karbala to mark the annual festival of Arbaeen. The attack happened as pilgrims walked through Baghdad

Witness Raheem Kadhom said pilgrims were "crying for help" as they lay injured on the ground in the Shaab neighbourhood, AP reported.

Others helped by taking them to hospitals in cars rather than waiting for ambulances, Mr Kadhom said.

Security has also been increased around the revered Imam Hussein shrine in Karbala during the annual festival, which culminates on Friday.

Pre-election tension

In recent years the pilgrimage has been the target of similar attacks, blamed on Sunni extremists.

Twelve months ago, 32 pilgrims were killed by a female suicide bomber near Baghdad.

Monday's attack comes amid heightened tension between Sunni and Shia groups ahead of parliamentary elections scheduled for March.

About 500 candidates have been barred from standing for office because of their alleged links to Saddam Hussein's outlawed Baath Party.

Although the list does include candidates from both sides, Sunni political groups feel disproportionately targeted by the exclusions.



Edited by Summer3 - 01 February 2010 at 9:42pm

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Pakistan politician escapes life attempt

Sheikh Rashid Ahmad
Mr Ahmed is contesting an election in Rawalpindi
A senior Pakistani politician has survived an attempt on his life when unidentified gunmen shot at him in the city of Rawalpindi in Punjab province.

Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, leader of the Awami Muslim League (AML) party, escaped with a sprained ankle, officials said.

Mr Ahmed was coming out of an election meeting when four gunmen on motorcycles shot at him.

Three of his security guards were killed in the attack, police said.

No arrests have been made in the connection with the incident.

The attack has disrupted Mr Ahmed's campaign for a key by-election which many believe will test the popularity of the Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) party run by former prime minister Nawaz Sharif - which rules Punjab province.

Mr Sharif's faction won the largest number of seats in the province in the 2008 elections.

But it had asked for the postponement of the by-election in view of the "fragile" law and order situation in Punjab.

However, Pakistan's Supreme Court ruled in favour of an argument put forward by Mr Ahmed to hold the election.

Mr Ahmed is the head of the Awami Muslim League (AML) party and is contesting the Rawalpindi constituency.

The AML is one of several parties, such as the PML-N, formed from different factions of the now defunct PML party.

The BBC's M Ilyas Khan in Islamabad says this is the fifth attack of its kind in the Rawalpindi-Islamabad area, involving gunmen on motorcycles.

Three army officers were killed in separate gun attacks lat year. Pakistan's minister of religious affairs survived an assassination attempt

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