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Posted: 19 May 2011 at 9:04am | IP Logged
Terrorists are nothing but simply sick ! Was watching a few videos of their training camps on the news channels. The sort of rigorous drill they go though in those barren , dusty ,hot lands so as to be able to bring destruction and suffering all around is mind boggling ! Their motto seems to be - "suffer and make others suffer too."

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Posted: 19 May 2011 at 11:01am | IP Logged
They are either brainwashed or their humanity and goodness covered by layers of hatred. I have come across men possessed by such a demon and they refuse to be rational. They sacrifice everything in order to hurt or kill another.
Perhaps hypnosis might work on them.

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Posted: 19 May 2011 at 11:04am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Summer3

They are either brainwashed or their humanity and goodness covered by layers of hatred. I have come across men possessed by such a demon and they refuse to be rational. They sacrifice everything in order to hurt or kill another.
Perhaps hypnosis might work on them.

whatever works should be tried!
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Posted: 19 May 2011 at 11:22am | IP Logged
Yes I agree. It is the politicians and the religious leaders who are at fault. They mislead the common folks.
I doubt it is due to religious differences as terrorists go after everyone.
Many think that all terrorists should be killed but problem is locating them. Also killing all may not solve the problem but perhaps just the leaders, rest could be imprisoned and reprogrammed.
Now Osama's sons want revenge so the fight will continue.
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Always I have a doubt that, are all the terrorist organisations funded by USA?Shocked I don't know when the truth will be unfold?
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Posted: 23 May 2011 at 12:23am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Rasny

Always I have a doubt that, are all the terrorist organisations funded by USA?Shocked I don't know when the truth will be unfold?
Some terrorists are funded by USA for political reasons.LOL
Some say it is the weapon sellers too as they need enough wars to keep things going.
 
In the movie the Ironman, the weapons were sold to the terrorists by corrupt US officials. must watch.LOL
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Cannot believe this.
There must be a lot of money changing hands
 
 
 
Insiders helped militants plot naval base attack: Experts
Karachi, May 23 (PTI)

Terming the Taliban attack on the Mehran naval air base as a ''big security lapse'', Pakistani defense and political analysts today said that ''insiders'' were facilitating the militants in their deadly agenda and asked the government and military to wake up to this.

The daring attack by the armed militants, who used rockets, grenades and heavy ammunition, has raised serious doubt over the military's ability to protect its key installations.

"It is a worrying thing this attack and is nothing but a serious security lapse on part of the navy," Air Vice Marshal (retd) Shahzad Chaudhary, a defence analyst said.
He pointed out that the PNS Mehran was one of Pakistan's most important naval airbases with the latest equipment and aircrafts and for militants to attack it so easily and brazenly showed big loops in the security.

"Just last month two bomb attacks were carried out on Naval buses in the city in which innocent people were killed and the naval installations should have been on high alert," after that, he said.

Another defence analyst, Ikram Saigal noted that after the killing of al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden on May 2 in Abbottabad by US forces, the Taliban had vowed to carry out revenge attacks.

"Despite that for this incident to take place is a clear failure of security and intelligence and the government needs to really look deep down to prevent such attacks again," he said.

As security forces continued to battle 15-20 Taliban militants who struck to take control of the base housing naval maritime reconissance aircraft and naval missiles, Nasim Zehra, a political and current affairs expert, said the attack only highlighted the need for the government and military to accept they were insiders who were facilitating the terrorists in their actions.

"It is not possible for these terrorists to have so much creditable information about the presence of the aircrafts on the base without inside help.

"The fact that these militants have managed to hold off the security forces for the last 13 hours shows they came well drilled and prepared for the operation," Zehra said.
She said that it was time for the nation and armed forces to recognize they were fighting against a well organised enemy which is clearly getting inside help.

"They are rogue elements apparently helping these militants."Kamran Khan, a well known political analyst said the attack had shaken the confidence of the Pakistan people.
"It is time we stopped blaming others for our problems and seriously looked within our own to root out these terrorists.

"It is not possible that such an attack can be carried out with so much precision without help from insiders.

"We have to accept that Pakistan is now the hotbed of many Jihadi outfits and our intelligence and security agencies need to recognise this fact first," he said.
Some television channels also reported that the militants had taken hostages in their attack but Rehman Malik declined to confirm or deny this.

Malik said the clean-up operation was taking time because the security forces had to ensure the Naval installations were not further harmed and to capture as many attackers alive as possible.

The attack evoked memories of an assault on Pakistan's army headquarters in the city of Rawalpindi in 2009, and is a further embarrassment for the military, widely seen as the only properly functioning institution in Pakistan, in the wake of bin Laden's killing.

The military has come under intense pressure from the United States and its own people for failing to know that bin Laden had been living in a garrison town, north of the capital and near a top military academy, for years, and also for allowing five US helicopters to penetrate Pakistan's airspace and kill him.

As expected, the Prime Minister, Yousuf Raza Gilani condemned the attack and said he had spoken to the heads of the armed forces and told them to take decisive action against the terrorists who were enemies of the country.

"Such a cowardly act of terror could not deter the commitment of the government and people of Pakistan to fight terrorism," Gilani said in statement.

Admiral Noman Bashir, the head of Pakistan Navy said, it was too early to say whether it was a security lapse but the first priority now was to protect the installations and end the operation successfully.

The Taliban have stepped up attacks since bin Laden's death, killing almost 80 people in a suicide bombing on a paramilitary academy and an assault on a US consular vehicle in Peshawar.

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Posted: 26 May 2011 at 7:05pm | IP Logged
My heart goes out to the Pakistani people.
May peace return there


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Pakistan: Suicide car-bomber strikes in Hangu
26 May 11 20:46 GMT

At least 32 people have been killed after a suicide bomber in a car struck government buildings in Pakistan's volatile north-west.
The bomb went off near several buildings and shops in Hangu, close to Pakistan's tribal areas, causing widespread damage.
The district's police offices are also in the area and officers are among the casualties, police say.
The Pakistani Taliban have said they carried out the attack.
Militant attacks have risen sharply since the killing of al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden by US special forces in Pakistani on 2 May.
Police official Latif Khan, said the blast had left a deep crater.
"The buildings housing the police station... were partially damaged but at least 15 shops, including a tea house and a restaurant are completely razed," he said.
The buildings also contain Hangu district courts, police said.
Pakistani official Mir Chaman Khan said 56 people were wounded. Most of the victims were civilians, and many had been in the restaurant, he added.
Witnesses said the blast was so powerful that they feared people were trapped in the rubble. The bomb contained about 900lb (400kg) of explosives, officials said.
Hangu, in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, has a history of attacks by militants who frequently target the security forces.
The area also has a history of violence between its Shia and Sunni communities.
The attack came as Adm Mike Mullen, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, arrived in Pakistan for talks with senior military and civilian leaders.
Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani strongly condemned the blast, describing the attackers as "the enemies of humanity".
Pakistani Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan told AFP news agency: "We accept responsibility for this attack. This was a small attack to avenge Osama's martyrdom.
"Soon you will see bigger attacks. Revenge for Osama can't be satisfied just with small attacks."
On Wednesday, four people were killed and 22 wounded in a suicide lorry-bomb attack on a police station in nearby Peshawar.
On Monday, Pakistani troops ended a siege by militants who attacked a naval air force base in Karachi, killing at least 16 people, including 10 soldiers.

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