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« on: December 22, 2008, 11:50:52 AM »
Pak666 is spreading an unnecessary false tirade against India and Israel:

http://pakalert.wordpress.com/2008/12/11/pakistan-and-india-war-latest-developments/

QUOTE>> Israel to help India against Pakistan

10 Dec 2008 05:16 PM CST

An Israeli media suggests that Tel Aviv might help India carry out covert operations inside Pakistan in retaliation for the Mumbai attacks. India has asked for Israeli assistance in cross-border attacks against “Pakistanis” inside Pakistan, reported Debka which is believed to have ties with intelligence and military sources.

Israel, seeking revenge for the murder of six Jews in a Mumbai’s Chabad center in November, has expressed willingness to help India in such operations, the website claimed.

According to the report New Delhi has sought Tel Aviv’s help because of Israeli spies’ experience in carrying out such operations without leaving any trace.

Tension is running high between India and Pakistan over a series of terrorist attacks in the Indian economic hub of Mumbai which left hundreds killed and injured.

Although New Delhi has accused Pakistani intelligence agencies of masterminding the attacks, Islamabad has denied any involvement in the carnage.

Earlier on Monday, however, Pakistan arrested Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operation chief, on charges of masterminding the Mumbai terror attacks.

This is while some Indian analysts blamed Israeli intelligence agencies of masterminding the plot, basing their theory on the fact that some of the victims of the attacks were anti-Zionist Jews. <<UNQUOTE

Hmmm... Muslamic hyper intelligence is bubbling out from their shoes.

The only danger is that the people of illegal Pak666 are much more wicked and cruel than the Indians.
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« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2008, 02:08:46 PM »
Warmongers of Pak666 flying in air.

666 years were already over. Now 1400 years are also over.

http://news.in.msn.com/international/article.aspx?cp-documentid=1765527

QUOTE>> Monday, December 22, 2008
Rumours of war create panic in Pakistan

Islamabad: The Pakistan Air Force has increased its vigilance flights creating panic and sparking war rumours, as Defence Minister Ahmad Mukhtar Chaudhry Monday warned that the country had the potential and right to defend itself if forced to war.

"If India tried to thrust war, then the armed forces of Pakistan have all the potential and right to defend (the country)," Chaudhry told reporters, as he said the defence of Pakistan was in strong hands.

Chaudhry said India would never want war because "if it breaks out, then god forbid the situation might develop into a nuclear war."


He said Congress president Sonia Gandhi's statement relating to war with Pakistan was nothing but an election stunt.

Meanwhile, PAF jet flights over Lahore and Rawalpindi created panic sparking rumours that India had launched attack to target Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and offices of other jihadi organisations.

Mobile phone messages that have now become major source of information started circulating that PAF jets were flying to counter Indian attacks. However, television channels quoting officials were quick to dispel the rumours.

GEO TV quoting an official spokesman said PAF has increased vigilance and the flights over Rawalpindi and Lahore were inside Pakistan. The PAF is on high alert since reports of any possible attack by India.

"In the current environment, the PAF has enhanced its vigilance," PAF spokesman Air Commodore Humaun Viqar was quoted as saying. Other channels also quoted different officials that Pakistan forces were on alert but dispelled rumours of any attack.

However, residents in Islamabad and other cities came out of their homes and offices and started calling media organisations.

Reports said all airports of the country were also put on high alert. Flights bound for Dubai from Lahore and another from Quetta were halted while all entry passes at Lahore airport have been cancelled.

Sources said that such measures were taken for landing of the PAF aircraft in case of any emergency while they flew over Lahore and Rawalpindi.  <<UNQUOTE
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Re: Pak666 spreading false tirade against India and Israel
« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2008, 02:14:04 PM »
I never get tired of hearing the name of Pakistan's capital.... Islamabad.   I think that says it all.


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« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2008, 02:22:29 PM »
I never get tired of hearing the name of Pakistan's capital.... Islamabad.   I think that says it all.


You are correct. It,s better name now should be "Slum-bad".
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« Reply #4 on: December 23, 2008, 02:17:18 AM »
Muslamics support to only Muslamics:

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,24834896-25837,00.html

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Pakistan baulks at paying protection for Afghan convoys
   
Jeremy Page | December 23, 2008
Article from:  The Australian

A DISPUTE over who should pay to protect NATO and US military supplies crossing Pakistan is hampering efforts to secure the main lifeline for foreign troops in Afghanistan.

Pakistan's Government, recently bailed out by the IMF, wants shipping companies carrying the supplies to pay for the extra security on the main route from the port of Karachi via the Khyber Pass to Afghanistan.

Militants have staged several attacks on the route in the past month, torching 260 vehicles the week before last, and killing three people on the Khyber Pass on Sunday.

The shipping companies, suffering from the global credit crunch, are reluctant to hire guards for the convoys, which supply 75 per cent of US supplies in Afghanistan and a smaller proportion of NATO's.

Local firms subcontracted to deliver the supplies blame the Government and each other for failing to secure freight terminals in the northwestern city of Peshawar from repeated attack. They also want Britain and the US to lend them money so they can buy their own trucks instead of hiring individual owner-drivers.

Owner-drivers want more money to drive from Peshawar to Kabul because of the risks. Those who have lost vehicles in recent attacks want compensation.

NATO and US officials say the recent attacks have not affected their military operations.

The dispute, however, highlights the fragility of the Pakistan route, which has shut several times this year, forcing NATO to accelerate efforts to open a "northern corridor" through Russia.

It also illustrates the risks of subcontracting vital military logistics operations to an extent where it is unclear who is responsible for basic security.

The recent attacks have destroyed 200 of the 700-800 long vehicles available to carry heavy military equipment.

The recent attacks were apparently carried out by militants and criminal gangs from neighbouring regions, who have upset the traditional tribal structures controlling the Khyber Pass.

But some Pakistani hauliers have been blamed for failing to conceal military supplies or provide enough guards at freight terminals around Peshawar.

The international shipping companies declined to comment and all the companies involved asked that their names be withheld for security reasons.   <<UNQUOTE
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« Reply #5 on: December 23, 2008, 03:08:23 AM »
Pak666 must be recycling such weapons back to the Islamic Terrorists:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7795869.stm

QUOTE>>Pakistan Red Mosque arms stolen
Students surrender to police outside Lal Masjid 5 July 2007
Students emerge after the Red Mosque raid in July last year.

A large cache of arms seized from Pakistani militants has been stolen from the police.

The weapons were captured when the security forces stormed the Red Mosque in Islamabad last year after a siege lasting several days.

They had been stored in a police station, but it has now emerged that they have gone missing.

The Interior Ministry says that an investigation has begun and that 10 police officers have been arrested.

"We have taken swift action," said an Interior Ministry spokesman.

The drama surrounding the Red Mosque unfolded in July last year.

At the time, the building was a stronghold of Taleban-style, Islamist militants who refused to surrender to the authorities.

Army commandos laid siege to the complex for a week, and eventually launched an assault in which more than 100 people were killed.

Weekend discovery

The troops seized rocket propelled grenades and dozens of machine guns and assault rifles, and showed them off to the media in the aftermath of the raid.

They were then stored in an Islamabad police station, but at the weekend it was discovered that the arms cache had gone missing.

"Over the passage of time the weapons have been stolen," said the ministry spokesman. "It did not happen in a day."

He said that among the officers detained was the officer in charge of the station.

The bloody, Red Mosque raid incensed militants at the time.

The al-Qaeda organisation said that it should be avenged, and afterwards there were a number of suicide attacks across Pakistan that resulted in hundreds of deaths.<<UNQUOTE
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« Reply #6 on: December 23, 2008, 01:04:32 PM »
It is clear that many Indian politicians may not be in a good mood to retaliate solidly against Pak666, but the war may be imminent because when Pak666 senses this, it may attack India on some flimsy pretext or the other. Pak666 somehow wants to withdraw from its internally unpopular war against Taliban and terrorism in Afghanistan and Pakhtunistan. So it may attempt and initiate to go for a popular war against India.
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« Reply #7 on: December 23, 2008, 02:11:42 PM »
Caliphate666 set to strike back...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/World/USA/Pak_ready_to_respond_within_minutes_if_India_strikes_Kayani/articleshow/3878233.cms

QUOTE>>  Pak ready to respond "within minutes" if India strikes, says Army chief
23 Dec 2008, 1124 hrs IST, PTI
 
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's armed forces will mount an equal response "within minutes" if India carries out any surgical strike inside the country,
army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has reportedly assured the nation's leadership. ( Watch )

During a meeting at the presidency here, Kayani informed President Asif Ali Zardari about the operational preparedness of the military in the face of mounting tensions with India in the wake of the Mumbai terror attacks.

The armed forces were "fully prepared to meet any "eventuality" and the "men are ready to (make a) sacrifice for their country", Kayani was quoted as saying by pro-establishment The News daily.

The report also quoted the army chief as saying that Pakistan would respond "within minutes" in the event of surgical strikes by India.

The report further stated that the "crux of the meeting" between Zardari and Kayani "was that any further buckling under mounting Indian pressure would prove counter-productive in the sense that it would further encourage New Delhi to further build up pressure on Islamabad".

The two leaders met hours after the Pakistan Air Force enhanced its vigilance and warplanes conducted sorties over key cities like Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Lahore. Speaking in Karachi, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani too said the nation would stand united in the event of any aggression "on the eastern border".

During a meeting last night with the visiting US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen, Kayani said Pakistan reserved the right to defend itself in case of any aggression from India, Dawn News channel reported.

In his hour-long meeting with Kayani, Zardari said he believed in gearing up efforts for peace, which should not be taken as a sign of weakness.

Zardari also said Pakistan wanted peaceful and cordial relations with all its neighbours, but the "threatening statements" of the Indian leadership were creating an atmosphere of aggression and harming the regional environment, The News reported.

He said all national security agencies, the army, political leadership and the people are united to meet any aggression against Pakistan. The country has the right to defend its borders in case of any aggression, Zardari added.
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« Reply #8 on: December 24, 2008, 02:54:47 AM »
http://www.zeenews.com/nation/2008-12-24/493465news.html

QUOTE>> Ajmal Kasab to confess live on TV: Report

Zeenews Bureau

New Delhi, Dec 24: Apparently looking to call off Pakistan’s bluff in front of the international community, investigators are now looking at the possibility of a worldwide live broadcast of Ajmal Kasab’s confession on his role in the Mumbai attacks and also reveal details about his antecedents.

What has precipitated thinking towards such a bold step, as claimed by leading English daily, is Pakistan’s continuous rejection of all concrete evidences provided by India about the complicity of Pak based groups in the recent terror attacks.

Moreover, India has also revealed names of all the ten terrorists involved in the Mumbai attacks.

A high-level meeting was convened in New Delhi, yesterday, to look at the pros and cons of bringing Kasab live on TV and as per reports senior intelligence officials and home ministry officials are positively inclined towards the bold gambit.

However, the final decision lies with the Centre and reports claim that it will announce the date –when Kasab will be live on TV- shortly.

The development comes even as Kasab’s remand ends today and is due to be produced in court. Incidentally, he still has no lawyer as many of those who came forward to defend later though otherwise owing to the angry reactions from rightwing organisations.

This would be first such move of its kind by any country in which the live confession of a terrorist will be broadcast live across the world. To make the confession comprehensible, Kasab’s confession will also have English subtitles.

The move reflects Indian government’s frustration about the defiant attitude of Pakistan, even as India faced the worst ever terror strike. Moreover, the move also aims to further corner the Yousuf Raja Gilani government and prove before the international community that Pakistan has repeatedly failed to live up to its commitments against terrorism.

Indian authorities have been providing substantial evidence about the nationality of those who attacked Mumbai and their masterminds but Pakistan has been categorically rejecting to acknowledge the fact that all those involved in the incident were actually its citizens, who were especially trained for the purpose by militant organisations operating from its soil.
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« Reply #9 on: December 24, 2008, 03:02:15 AM »
http://www.zeenews.com/Nation/2008-12-23/493354news.html

QUOTE>> Pak claims no record of Ajmal in its national database

Islamabad, Dec 23: Pakistan, which faces accusations of being in constant denial mode after the Mumbai terror attacks, today claimed it had no record of Ajmal Amir Iman, the lone captured terrorist but promised to respond by tomorrow to his letter seeking legal assistance from it.

An examination of the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA), Pakistan's national database, had provided no records on any national named Ajmal Amir Iman alias Ajmal Kasab, Interior Ministry chief Rehman Malik told reporters.

"As far as Ajmal Kasab is concerned, NADRA authorities do not have any records of his," Malik said after a meeting with visiting Interpol chief Ronald K Noble here.

Islamabad has not acknowledged that Kasab is Pakistani and has said it is waiting for proof of his citizenship. In an embarassment to the Pakistani government, former premier Nawaz Sharif said last week Kasab is of Pakistani origin.

"Pakistan's High Commission (in New Delhi) has received a letter said to be written by Kasab and we will get it examined by our experts. We will give a detailed response today or tomorrow," Malik said. Kasab has written that all the gunmen involved in the November 26 attack came from Pakistan.

In the letter, a copy of which was sent to Malik yesterday by the Pakistan High Commission, Ajmal had detailed the circumstances of his arrest and sought legal assistance from the Pakistan government.

Malik claimed that the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT), the banned terrorist group blamed for the Mumbai attacks, did not "exist now" and the government would decide on proscribing its front organisation Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) if investigations proved it was involved in terrorist activities. <<<UNQUOTE

Pak666 is not a nation, so it can not have any proper data and records of it's nationals.
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« Reply #10 on: December 24, 2008, 03:11:38 AM »
http://www.zeenews.com/Nation/2008-12-23/493321news.html

QUOTE>> FBI completes probe in Mumbai attack; indicates Pak role

New Delhi, Dec 23: Less than a month after the unprecedented terror strikes in Mumbai, US' FBI has completed its probe in India and found evidence of a Pakistan security establishment being involved in the carnage and its team was likely to go there to prepare a chargesheet against the guilty.

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As the FBI winds up the probe that commenced on December one, the top US Intelligence official John Michael McConnell, who heads the Director of National Intelligence, air dashed to the national capital and held series of meetings with the FBI team probing the case.

The FBI is understood to have found evidence about the role of a Pakistani security establishment other than the ISI being involved in the November 26 terror strikes in Mumbai that left over 180 people dead including six American nationals, official sources said.

While the name of the Pakistan establishment involved in the attack was not clear immediately, the sources did not rule out the possibility of active and direct involvement of its Army.

The sources said McConnell has passed on the findings of FBI team to the officials in the Government and the US probe agency would now be giving final touches to chargesheet in which it would be naming the accused persons.

The FBI had registered a case in the Mumbai terror strikes as according to the US laws, the agency had to file a chargesheet in case of a death or torture of any American national outside the country.

The top US official also held series of meetings with Union Home Minister P Chidambaram and senior officials including National Security Advisor M K Narayanan and discussed issues relating to evidence gathered so far in the probe in the 26/11 terror strikes, the sources said.

Director of National Intelligence (DNI) is considered to be the most powerful intelligence official of the US government under direct command and control of the US President and reports to him only.

The role of the DNI is to effectively integrate foreign, military and domestic intelligence in defence of the homeland and of the US' interests abroad from its 16 spy agencies. It came into existence after the audacious 9/11 attacks in the US.

The FBI officials, before completing the probe, had questioned Kasab, the lone Lashker-e-Taiba militant involved in November 26 terror strikes, for over nine hours recently to ascertain about his role and handlers in Pakistan.

During the questioning session, the FBI sleuths asked the arrested Lashkar terrorist minor details about his native places, including the lanes and by-lanes of the area. Kasab hails from Ukkad area of Faridkot district in Pakistan.

The FBI had also taken the DNA samples of the nine Lashkar terrorists killed in Mumbai to ascertain whether it matched with anyone in their data bank or has any relations with persons killed during operations of Allied Forces in Afghanistan.
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« Reply #11 on: December 24, 2008, 01:30:02 PM »
Taliban the best friend in need and the friend in deed of Pak666, whether it is war on the terror or war off the terror.

http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?newsid=1216221

QUOTE>> Taliban will deploy suicide bombers if Pak, India war
PTI
Tuesday, December 23, 2008  13:01 IST

ISLAMABAD: Hunted by the US and NATO forces for committing acts of terror in Afghanistan, the Taliban on Tuesday said they would back the Pakistan Army by deploying hundreds of suicide bombers in case of any military action with India.

Claiming that "thousands of our well-armed militants are ready to fight alongside the army if any war is imposed on Pakistan," chief of the outlawed Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, Baitullah Mehsud, told The News daily by phone from an undisclosed location.

Hundreds of would-be bombers had been "given suicide jackets and explosive-laden vehicles for protection of the border in case of any aggression by the Indian forces", he said.

"The time had come, to wage a real jihad that the Taliban had been waiting for," Mehsud, for whom the Pakistani and US forces are on the look out claimed.

"We know very well that the visible and invisible enemies of the country have been planning to weaken this lone Islamic nuclear power. But the mujahideen will foil all such nefarious designs of our enemies," he said.

This is for the first time Mehsud has admitted that Taliban has marshalled thousands of fighters close to the Afghan-Pak border and where Pakistani army has launched a major operation to flush them out.

Mehsud said people might question how the Taliban would fight alongside the Pakistan Army when the militants had been fighting the force for a long time.

"Therefore, I want to make it clear that the army was acting otherwise (in the past). But now it would fight for the protection and survival of the country, which is why we will support them," Mehsud said.

Mehsud, who was accused by former president Pervez Musharraf of masterminding the assassination of PPP chairperson Benazir Bhutto in December last year, significantly said the Taliban would defend the country's frontier with Afghanistan in the event of hostilities with India.

He said he wanted to "assure the nation, government and army that they should not worry about Pakistan's western borders with Afghanistan" as "thousands of his armed fighters had already been deployed to safeguard the strategically important frontier".

Taliban fighters are ready to fight under the army's command, he said, but remarked it would be better for the military to "give them a separate sector or specify special targets" for the militants".

Tensions have escalated in the region after India blamed Pakistan-elements for the Mumbai terror attacks, which killed over 180 people. India has asked Pakistan to take action against elements, including the Lashker-e-Taiba terror group.
   
Though India has said war is not an option, Pakistan's top leaders, including prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, have said the country is prepared to face any aggression on the eastern border. Several Taliban commanders have pledged their support to the Pakistan Army in the event of hostilities with India.<<UNQUOTE
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« Reply #12 on: December 24, 2008, 11:38:15 PM »
I never get tired of hearing the name of Pakistan's capital.... Islamabad.   I think that says it all.



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« Reply #13 on: December 25, 2008, 01:51:49 AM »
I never get tired of hearing the name of Pakistan's capital.... Islamabad.   I think that says it all.



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What a nice coincidence.

I was calling Islamabad as Slumbad, but then I saw the site:

http://www.islamisbad.com/

I immediately understood that best name of Islamabad is Islamisbad and then I reverted back to this site, I found your self explanatory posting. Excellent...

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« Reply #14 on: December 25, 2008, 07:27:06 AM »
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India/Pak_whips_itself_into_war_frenzy/articleshow/3888207.cms

QUOTE>>
Pak whips itself into war frenzy
25 Dec 2008, 0000 hrs IST, Indrani Bagchi, TNN
 
NEW DELHI: "We are all Taliban now" is what Pakistanis might soon be saying. With Baitullah Mehsud of Tehrik-e-Taliban (TTP) openly ranging himself and his suicide fighters on the side of Pakistan army, the distinction between the army and the jihadi militia has significantly blurred. The danger of "Talibanisation" becoming "mainstream" in Pakistan is now a proximate reality. ( Watch )

On Tuesday, Mehsud, whose TTP is one of the biggest Taliban terror groups in the FATA areas, offered his bombers to the Pakistan army to fight India. In the immediate aftermath of the Mumbai attacks, Mehsud and Maulana Fazlullah (Tehreek-e-Nafaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammad) in Swat had both offered their respective terror groups to "help" the Pakistan army. The aggressive noises against India were designed to signal that they meant business and to extend their appeal beyond the large sections who have already embraced them.

In the process, however, the lid may have been taken off the tacit alliance that Pakistan army was always suspected to have with Taliban even when the two were fighting in Federally Administered Tribal Agencies and North West Frontier Province.

Bill Roggio, a US counter-terrorism expert, wrote this week, "Baitullah's commitment to back the government confirms the policy of the Pakistani military and government of creating strategic depth by supporting the Taliban in Afghanistan and a host of Islamist terror groups inside Pakistan and Kashmir. The Pakistanis believe that the terror groups will provide manpower and support in the event of war with India, and that Afghanistan and the mountainous North West Frontier Province would serve as an impenetrable fortress in the rear in case of an Indian invasion."

In public, the Pakistan army, which has fattened itself on assistance from the US to fight Taliban, naturally protests against the suggestion of a clandestine nexus. But a senior Pakistan army official told journalists soon after Mumbai attacks that the military and Taliban were fighting in FATA due to "misunderstandings". "We have only some misunderstandings with Baitullah and Fazlullah. These misunderstandings could be removed through dialogue," he had said. It was later revealed that the army officer was a corps commander.

It seems that the alleged threat from India will serve as the excuse or justification to resolve the "misunderstandings". While this will not surprise India or the US who have viewed Taliban as Pakistan's proxy, an open alliance has reinforced the fear that creeping Talibanisation of Pakistan's establishment has gathered pace.

Fanatical jihadi troopers are moving determinedly out of FATA and into the settled areas of western Pakistan. A US Congress report in November said "so-called settled areas" of Pakistan beyond the tribal regions have come under attack from pro-Taliban militants. Indeed, the "Talibanisation of western Pakistan appears to be ongoing and may now threaten the territorial integrity of the Pakistani state".

While India is a lot more cognizant of this reality, Mehsud's anti-India rhetoric should serve as a wake up call for western governments who still prefer to look at the thin sliver of army leadership who appear to be moderate. They are neither innocent about Pakistan's sponsorship of Taliban or that the collaboration has continued even after Islamabad signed up for the "war on terror". They have, however, winked at evidence of continued camaraderie because of Pakistan's promises of a new beginning and because of their dependence on the Pakistani army for success in Afghanistan.

A few weeks ago, the British press revealed that the UK had hushed up its success in a significant anti-Taliban operation in Afghanistan's Helmand province in 2007 after discovering that the jihadi commander killed was a serving senior level officer in the Pakistan army. His military ID was found on him.

Another US officer, Chris Nash, went on record recently to say Pakistani forces flew repeated helicopter missions into Afghanistan to resupply a Taliban base camp. "On numerous occasions, Afghan border police checkpoints and observation posts were attacked by Pakistani military forces."

Recently, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said he had given GPS coordinates of Mullah Omar to US and Pakistan but nobody took him out. Pakistan's reluctance to act against Taliban should not surprise. It considers the swelling jihadi army as a strategic asset crucial for its ambitions in Afghanistan.

It is the long lance of Pakistan's foreign policy in the region, to keep India unsettled and bring Afghanistan under control. Besides, the facade of fighting the Taliban is the best way the army-ISI establishment can get funds, technology and equipment from the US and Europe. That's a powerful incentive as well. Pakistan's foreign policy
games have become profitable -- it's the best way of keeping the army flush.

John Negroponte, US deputy secretary of state said in October, "The US and our allies face near-term challenges from Pakistan's reluctance and inability to roll back terrorist sanctuaries in the tribal region."

That is the reason why the military leadership does not find anything amiss about Mehsud -- accused in the murder of Pakistani President Asif Zardari's wife Benazir Bhutto -- saying that his militia would fight alongside the army against India. <<UNQUOTE
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« Reply #15 on: December 25, 2008, 07:45:54 AM »
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/World/Pakistan/Mumbai_attack_US_backs_proof_of_Pak_hand/articleshow/3882282.cms

QUOTE>>
Mumbai attack: US backs Indian proof of Pak hand
23 Dec 2008, 0123 hrs IST, TNN

NEW DELHI: The US has endorsed the evidence gathered by Indian agencies about the complicity of Pakistan's state actors in the terrorist attack
on Mumbai, in what can result in stepped up international pressure on the Zardari regime to take action against the mentors of Lashkar-e-Taiba. ( Watch )

Top US intelligence official John Michael McConnell is learnt to have expressed complete satisfaction with the strength of India's
case against Pakistan, based on FBI's examination of call records of satellite and cellular phones used by Mumbai attackers and their Pakistan-based handlers.

McConnell confirmed that one of the numbers logged on the satellite phone the terrorists used while navigating their way to Mumbai belonged to known Lashkar terrorist Abu Al Qama. Indian intelligence officials are familiar with the satellite phone that Qama uses. The US, using its leverage with Sharjah where Thuraya is headquartered, corroborated this fact, and also the fact that Qama was passing instructions to the attackers from Pakistani soil.

India's case about the Pakistan hand has also been borne out by the data the Americans retrieved, using their superior technology, from the damaged mobile phones used by terrorists while they were carrying out the massacres in Taj and Trident hotels
. The phones had got severely damaged in the fire that broke out during the gunfight.

"We are committed to get to the bottom of this case," US officials are learnt to have told their Indian counterparts during their interaction spread over 48 hours.

The Americans are planning to confront the Pakistanis, still in denial mode, with the evidence that their own investigation has thrown up. Sources said the UK
has also passed on electronic intercepts, described by a senior source as "one clinching piece of evidence", to India.

McConnell, along with FBI officials who have been camping in India in connection with the probe into 26/11, has held meetings with home minister P Chidambaram, national security advisor M K Narayanan and senior Indian intelligence officials.

Indian experience with the US intelligence agencies has so far not been satisfactory, with the latter winking at evidence against Pakistan because of its dependence on Islamabad for success in Afghanistan. Indian agencies, however, feel that the response could be different this time because of the fact that Mumbai casualties included US nationals.

The FBI is mandated to take the probe to the logical culmination, which will include charging the names of Lashkar leaders and their collaborators in ISI that come up in the probe.
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« Reply #16 on: December 25, 2008, 08:22:53 AM »
QUOTE>> Kayani, the real power wielder in Pakistan
25 Dec 2008, 0000 hrs IST, Indrani Bagchi, TNN

NEW DELHI: Mumbai attacks lifted the veil on what was, until then, a stealthy transformation within Pakistan -- the outing of new army chief Ashfaq Parvez Kayani as the real power in the country, as opposed to the fragile democratic government led by Asif Ali Zardari and Yousuf Raza Gilani.

The first sign came when Pakistani foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi was literally airlifted out of Delhi in the middle of the night, by what Indian officials say was a Pakistan army airplane.

Diplomatic sources said it was Kayani who personally torpedoed the proposal by Gilani to send the DG-ISI to India. He reportedly told a friendly diplomat, "The Indians will be asking for me the next time." It was also Kayani who went on record to state that Pakistan would respond "within minutes" to India. All indications are that the Pakistan army is spoiling for a fight.

When Kayani was made army chief by former president Pervez Musharraf in late 2007, all that was known about him was his reclusive nature, his apolitical bent and that he was a professional soldier and a keen golfer with an 18 handicap.

But like Musharraf who did Kargil because he apparently wanted to avenge the Siachen blunder of 1987, Kayani is a veteran of the 2001-02 standoff with India, when he was director-general military operations (DGMO). That mobilization was crucial for Taliban and al-Qaida to escape into Pakistan after the US blunder in Tora Bora.

In September 2003, he was appointed Corps Commander of the powerful X Corps at Rawalpindi. Remember, it was this corps that launched Musharraf in power in 1999. In October 2004, he was named DG-ISI, where he was a quiet chief, but very important developments happened during the time. Then, as ISI chief in the last couple of years, he was in charge during the resurgence of the Taliban and the growth of the Pakistani Taliban and the peace deals in the NWFP.

For India, he came when the Indian establishment was very nostalgic about Musharraf. But as Kayani maintained a low profile and went about his business, India was also lulled into believing that the democratic experiment in Pakistan may have a chance. Therefore, even though the Kabul bombing of the Indian embassy was traced directly to the Afghan cell of the ISI, the Indian government read the riot act to poor Gilani, who, after being slapped down for daring to suggest that the ISI come under civilian control, had to beat a humiliating retreat. Then, in September, India did the full monty with Zardari in New York. All the while Kayani had other plans.

Then Mumbai happened, the threads of which, it is now becoming clear, go back to the army. <<UNQUOTE
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« Reply #17 on: December 25, 2008, 02:09:21 PM »
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081225/ap_on_re_as/as_pakistan_12;_ylt=Avz4_FyukkD7kgeSfn_e5EsBS5Z4

QUOTE>>  Pakistan warns India it will respond to any attack
By KHALID TANVEER, Associated Press Writer Khalid Tanveer, Associated Press Writer – Thu Dec 25, 10:11 am ET

MULTAN, Pakistan – Pakistan warned India on Thursday not to launch a strike against it and vowed to respond to any attack — a sign that the relationship between the two nuclear powers remains strained in the wake of the Mumbai attacks.

Though the South Asian rivals have engaged in tit-for-tat accusations in recent weeks, both sides have repeatedly said they hope to avoid conflict. But India has not ruled out the use of force in response to the attacks, which it blames on a Pakistan-based militant group.

"We want peace, but should not be complacent about India," Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi told reporters in his hometown of Multan in central Pakistan. "We should hope for the best but prepare for the worst."

Pakistan and India have fought three wars since they were created in the bloody partition of the Indian subcontinent at independence from Britain in 1947.

Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani echoed Qureshi's sentiments Thursday and urged the international community to pressure India to defuse the current tension.

He also repeated Pakistan's demand that India provide evidence to support its claim that the 10 gunmen who killed at least 164 people in Mumbai last month were Pakistani and had links to the militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba.

"Whenever we receive evidence, we will examine it and investigate it, and we will share it with our people," Gilani told reporters at the tomb of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in southern Pakistan, ahead of the first anniversary of her assassination on Dec. 27.

India has given Pakistan a letter from the lone surviving gunman involved in the attacks, Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, reportedly saying he and the nine others were Pakistani. He also asked to meet with Pakistani envoys, but newspapers in Pakistan reported Thursday that the government has rejected the request because it has no record of Kasab as a Pakistani citizen.

"How can we give him consular access without having knowledge about his nationality?" Dawn newspaper quoted the head of Pakistan's Interior Ministry, Rehman Malik, as saying.

India has said it has provided Pakistan with sufficient evidence and wants the government to crack down on Lashkar and other militants operating out of Pakistan.

Pakistan has arrested several senior members of the banned group and moved against a charity that India and others say is a front for Lashkar. But many in India are skeptical Pakistan will follow through on its crack down against Lashkar, which was created in the 1980s with the help of Pakistan's intelligence service.

Gilani said he understands Indian officials are under tremendous pressure to take action but sought to assure them that Pakistan was committed to cracking down on terrorists.

"We do not want our land to be used for terrorism," said Gilani.

At the same time, Qureshi said Pakistan's military is "alert and vigilant" in case it needs to respond to Indian action. Pakistani fighter aircraft have flown over several of the country's major cities in recent days, but Qureshi said the military has not mobilized its ground forces.

"India should refrain from any surgical strike," said Qureshi. "It should not commit this mistake, but if it does, Pakistan will be compelled to respond."

Also Thursday, police said they recovered 880 pounds (400 kilograms) of explosives and more than 500 detonators from a house in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad.

Police arrested 10 people inside the house during Wednesday's raid but were still looking for the owner of the explosives, said Asghar Raza Gardaizi, Islamabad's police chief.

Pakistani officials have expressed concern about the spread of violence in the country outside the tribal areas bordering Afghanistan, where al-Qaida and Taliban militants have sought sanctuary.

Militants attacked the Marriott hotel in Islamabad in September with a truck bomb, killing more than 50 people. <<UNQUOTE

Pak666 has already attacked India at Mumbai one month back. Rather it is now for India to respond to this attack.
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« Reply #18 on: December 26, 2008, 12:48:02 AM »
Thanks for all the updates.

Pak Hindus hide in Punjab, forcible conversions, abductions, torture in Pakistan

IGARH: Fearing persecution in Pakistan, more than 150 families of Pakistani Hindus have been hiding in Punjab and Haryana for the past two years without valid documents to support their stay in India.

Police in the two states have not initiated any legal action against them, though their stay has been termed ?grossly illegal?. The police said about 5,000 to 6,000 Pakistani Hindus are living in the two states. ?The refugees are refusing to go back to their country,? said a senior police officer.

Om Prakash, a Pakistani Hindu, said: ?We lived in the Mianwali area of Pakistan. While many of our relatives crossed over to India in 1947, we failed to do so.?

We were tortured in Pakistan. Daughters of poor Hindu families were abducted. There was no point in complaining to the police as they refused to help,they said.

Om Parkash, who used to run a small shop near Peshawar, said in the past few years many Hindus had been killed by criminals for ransom or for not converting to Islam.

Many of the refugees are keen on taking Indian citizenship. Official sources said the problem had been brought to the notice of the Union home ministry. ?If we give them Indian citizenship, our relation with Pakistan may be affected. That is why their cases have been pending for so long,? the sources said.

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« Reply #19 on: December 26, 2008, 09:28:32 AM »
Thanks for all the updates.

Pak Hindus hide in Punjab, forcible conversions, abductions, torture in Pakistan

IGARH: Fearing persecution in Pakistan, more than 150 families of Pakistani Hindus have been hiding in Punjab and Haryana for the past two years without valid documents to support their stay in India.

Police in the two states have not initiated any legal action against them, though their stay has been termed ?grossly illegal?. The police said about 5,000 to 6,000 Pakistani Hindus are living in the two states. ?The refugees are refusing to go back to their country,? said a senior police officer.

Om Prakash, a Pakistani Hindu, said: ?We lived in the Mianwali area of Pakistan. While many of our relatives crossed over to India in 1947, we failed to do so.?

We were tortured in Pakistan. Daughters of poor Hindu families were abducted. There was no point in complaining to the police as they refused to help,they said.

Om Parkash, who used to run a small shop near Peshawar, said in the past few years many Hindus had been killed by criminals for ransom or for not converting to Islam.

Many of the refugees are keen on taking Indian citizenship. Official sources said the problem had been brought to the notice of the Union home ministry. ?If we give them Indian citizenship, our relation with Pakistan may be affected. That is why their cases have been pending for so long,? the sources said.

http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?newsid=1216550

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« Reply #20 on: December 28, 2008, 03:13:47 AM »
http://in.news.yahoo.com/43/20081228/890/twl-pakistan-has-been-double-dealing-us_1.html

QUOTE>> Pakistan has been double-dealing US for years: Former CIA analyst

Sun, Dec 28 12:10 PM

Washington, Dec 28 (IANS) For years Pakistan was 'double dealing' the US on the war on terror , says a former CIA analyst, adding it will not be easy to break the Pakistani intelligence agencies' deep ties with Islamist groups.

Retired from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in 2006 after 29 years, Bruce Riedel speaks angrily about Pakistan under President Pervez Musharraf for extracting billions of dollars from Washington even while it allowed Al Qaeda to regroup in its tribal lands.

'We had a partner that was double-dealing us,' the International Herald Tribune quoted Riedel as saying at his Washington home. 'Anyone can be snookered and double dealt. But after six years you have to start to figure it out.'

Riedel's views carry weight because he is a terrorism expert on President-elect Barack Obama's transition team. He is one of those who think that the terror network in Pakistan's tribal areas poses the biggest security threat to the US.

A Middle East expert who is now authoring a book on Israel's nuclear doctrine, Riedel feels the time has come for Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency to snap its links with Islamist militants on the border with Afghanistan.

These are ties, he says, the Bush administration never found a way to break.

And they will not be broken, he said, until Pakistan's generals and spies acknowledge what President Asif Ali Zardari learned only after the assassination of his wife and former prime minister Benzir Bhutto -- that the struggle against Al Qaeda and its ilk is as much Islamabad's war as much it is America's.

Obama, according to Riedel, should approach Pakistan with a 'subtle and deft touch' and strengthen the civilian government of Zardari to act as a counterweight to the military and intelligence apparatus.

Riedel advocates that the US must stop selling 'big-ticket weapons' to Pakistan that have traditionally been used against India and instead provide helicopters and night vision goggles for the Pakistani military to battle the militants in tribal lands.

He says that America's too-cosy relationship with Musharraf undid the US, generating more hatred against Washington in Pakistan than against India or Al Qaeda.

'Anytime in Pakistan where more people blame you than India for the country's problems, you are in deep, deep trouble,' he said.  <<UNQUOTE
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« Reply #21 on: December 28, 2008, 09:42:06 AM »
http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20081227/ts_afp/indiaattackspakistan_081227130012

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Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said at his official residence in remarks broadcast on state television that "I assure you once again that we will not act. We will only react,"
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The Pak666 has since many years acted so much of cross border terrorism, attack on Parliament and numerous blasts and enormous killings in India that it need not to "act" anything more.

It is only left out now for India to "react". So Pak666 can now leisurely relax till the ghost of Euro-Communism gets down from the heads of Politicians and they return back to normal senses.

In fact Pak666 can relax till the "A" and "A" , Catifadloon and the three oceans episode. 
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