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Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 09-30-2010

[url=""]NATO says its aircraft entered Pakistan in self defence[/url]
Quote:KABUL: NATO said its aircraft entered Pakistani airspace early Thursday in self defence and killed “several armed individuals” after air crews believed they had been fired at from the ground.

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 09-30-2010

this is from paki fora

Quote:The Chaman route is open and US war supplies are getting through, so it's uncertain at the moment who's trying to fool whom. Stopping a few trucks for a few hours may make the Pakistani people happy but it's probably not going to make much difference to the US terror machine. They would have reserve material for a few weeks so a day or two of stopping supplies won't even bother them.

It means Pakis are fooling themselves. <img src='<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':lol:' />

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 09-30-2010

Quote:The post, manned by six soldiers, is located 200 meters inside Pakistan, and troops fired their rifles to indicate that the helicopters were crossing into Pakistani territory.

Instead of heeding the warning, the choppers fired two missiles and destroyed the post, killing the three soldiers and injuring three others.
<img src='<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Big Grin' />

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 09-30-2010

PM Gilani caught by Audit Office for paying less tax

Wednesday September 29, 2010 (1354 PST)

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-01-2010

Alleged extrajudicial killings in Pakistan


Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-01-2010

[url=""]Militants (Paki Army) set fire to NATO tankers in Pakistan[/url]
Quote:KARACHI (Reuters) – Suspected militants in Pakistan set fire to three dozen tankers carrying fuel for NATO troops in Afghanistan Friday, officials said, a day after three soldiers were killed in a cross-border NATO air strike.

Angered by repeated incursions by NATO helicopters over the past week, Pakistan has blocked a supply route for coalition troops in Afghanistan.

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Naresh - 10-04-2010


[url=""]Pakistan : Dozens of Europeans in terror training[/url]

ISLAMABAD -- Dozens of Muslim militants with European citizenship are believed to be hiding out in the lawless tribal area of northwestern Pakistan, Pakistani and Western intelligence officials say, training for missions that could include terror attacks in European capitals.

Officials have used phone intercepts and voice tracking software to track militants with ties to Britain and other European countries to areas along the Afghan border. Al-Qaida would likely turn to such extremists for a European plot because they can move freely in and out of Western cities.

Fear that such an attack is in the planning stage has prompted the U.S. State Department to advise Americans traveling in Europe to be vigilant. American and European security experts have been concerned that terrorists based in Pakistan may be plotting attacks in Europe with assault weapons, similar to the deadly 2008 shooting spree in Mumbai, India. U.S. intelligence officials believe Osama bin Laden is behind the plots.

A senior official of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency, or ISI, told The Associated Press that there are believed to be "several dozen" people with European citizenship - many of Pakistani origin - among the Islamic extremists operating in the lawless border area.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not supposed to talk about classified information to the media, said foreigners in the area also include Chechens, Uzbeks, Arabs and Turks, one of whom was a former F-16 pilot in the Turkish air force.

"That shows you that some of the people who are coming are very well educated," he said. "It was very surprising for us but they come thinking this is the pure (Islamic) ideology that they are seeking."

Headquarters or GCHQ, estimates there are as many as 20 British-born militants in the border area, especially in the North Waziristan district that has been the focus of recent missile strikes carried out by unmanned aircraft operated by the CIA.

Mobile phone communications have been tracked from the border area to points in Britain, particularly England's Midlands, where there is a heavy Pakistani immigrant population, according to a British government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the terror plot investigation is ongoing.

Voice-printing software enables British intelligence to identify and track specific individuals believed connected to terror plots, he said.

In addition, a spokeswoman with Germany's Federal Criminal Police Office said last week that there is "concrete evidence" that 70 people have traveled from Germany to Pakistan and Afghanistan for paramilitary training, and that about a third of them have returned to Germany.

The presence in the border areas of Islamic militants with Western connections has been known for years.

Faisal Shahzad, the Pakistani-American who confessed to the May 1 failed car-bombing in New York's Times Square, said the Pakistani Taliban trained him for the mission. Shahzad is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday in a U.S. court.

During an operation last year, Pakistani soldiers discovered a passport in the name of Said Bahaji, which matches the name of a member of the Hamburg, Germany, cell that conceived the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States. Bahaji is believed to have fled Germany shortly before the attacks in New York and Washington.

A Spanish passport found by the Pakistani military during the same operation bore the name of Raquel Burgos Garcia. Spanish media reported that a woman with the same name was married to Amer Azizi, an alleged al-Qaida member from Morocco suspected in both the 9/11 attacks and the Madrid train bombings in 2004.

Concern over the pool of Europeans capable of carrying out attacks abroad rose about a month ago when U.S. intelligence heard of a European plot and began monitoring the people involved, according to two U.S. officials. The CIA recently stepped up airstrikes from unmanned aircraft in northwestern Pakistan, in part to disrupt the plot. In September there were at least 21 attacks - more than double the highest number fired in any other single month.

A Pakistani official said some information about the plot came from a suspect who had been interrogated at the military prison at Bagram Air Field north of Kabul, the main U.S. and NATO base in Afghanistan. A U.S. official identified him as Ahmed Siddiqui, a German citizen of Afghan origin who was captured in Afghanistan in July.

The plot apparently called for several gunmen to fan out across Germany, Britain and France in hopes of launching attacks similar not only to the Mumbai assault but also to so-called "swarm attacks" that extremists have mounted in Kabul and other Afghan cities. The tactic calls for small teams with automatic rifles, grenade launchers and suicide vests to strike simultaneously at several targets in a city and cause as much havoc as possible before they can be killed or captured.

Reports of the alleged plot again cast the spotlight on the Pakistani district of North Waziristan, where Washington believes al-Qaida and its allies plan attacks against U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan as well as targets abroad.

Although the Pakistani military has mounted ground operations elsewhere in the border region, it has been reluctant to do so in North Waziristan, saying its forces are stretched too thin. Some within Pakistan's military and intelligence establishment privately say an escalation in drone attacks in North Waziristan and recent cross-border incursions by NATO helicopter gunships are aimed at forcing the army into an operation.

However, the incursions have frayed relations between Pakistan and the U.S. and NATO. Pakistan has blocked its main border crossing to NATO supply trucks for the past four days in response to alleged incursions last week by NATO helicopters, including firing that shot dead three Pakistani paramilitary soldiers who had fired warning shots at the choppers.

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Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-06-2010

[url=""]Yes, we trained militant groups against India, admits Musharraf[/url]

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-06-2010

[url=""]Police: NATO supplies hit again in Pakistan[/url]
Quote:QUETTA, Pakistan – Gunmen in southwest Pakistan torched eight NATO oil tankers and shot dead a driver Wednesday, police said, in the latest strike against supply convoys heading for Afghanistan since Pakistan shut a key border crossing to international forces last week.

The attack occurred in a parking area of a roadside hotel on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province. At least eight trucks were on fire, and around a dozen others were parked nearby, senior police official Hamid Shakil said. Firefighters were trying to douse the flames.

Altogether, 27 + trucks

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-07-2010

[url=""]US apologizes for attack on Pakistani soldiers[/url]
Quote:ISLAMABAD: The US apologized Wednesday for a recent helicopter attack that killed two Pakistani soldiers at an outpost near the Afghan border, saying American pilots mistook the soldiers for insurgents they were pursuing.

The apology, which came after the conclusion of a joint investigation, could pave the way for Pakistan to reopen a key border crossing that Nato uses to ship goods into landlocked Afghanistan. Pakistan closed the crossing in apparent reaction to the Sept. 30 incident

We are sorry. hahahahahh

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-07-2010

Pakistan deploys anti-aircraft missiles on Afghan border

Quote:ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has strengthened its air defense with a view to preventing NATO forces from intruding into its territory from Afghanistan.

The strong US ally has installed anti-aircraft missiles in its tribal regions bordering Afghanistan, well-placed sources told Arab News here on Monday.

What are the chances we will see stringer missiles? Pakis will be happy to return gift in kind. Paki Army had to restore its H&D.

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-07-2010

[url=""]Terrifying moment 127th Nato fuel truck is blown up in a WEEK as Pakistan leaves our fuel convoys as sitting ducks for the Taliban (Paki Army)[/url]
Quote:At least six drivers are killed after seven days of attacks

Tankers targeted as they wait to get through pass closed by Pakistan

Coalition troops forced to use more costly routes to support war effort in Afghanistan

U.S. apologises for helicopter attack which killed two Pakistan soldiers

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Now Pakis will get new set of planes, helicopters, 1 Billion AID etc...

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-07-2010

[url=""]Our Pal Pakistan[/url]
Quote:In 2004, President Bush gave Pakistan the globally coveted designation of "major non-NATO ally." Pakistan didn't have to do much to get it — merely permit supply routes through its territory for U.S. troops engaging in the actual warfare inside Afghanistan. But even in that, this ally has failed miserably.

For Pakistan, the designation opened the door to $3 billion in fresh military aid — from drones to late-model F-16s. President Obama has since pledged to double the amount allotted for 2011 to $1.2 billion.

Pakistan has also benefited from massive humanitarian aid — some $2.06 billion over three years, more than half of it doled out in 2009 to cover everything from schooling and sanitation to cash welfare payments and medical care.

On Tuesday, the State Department announced a new program to bolster Pakistan's rug merchants. In addition,[size="5"] at least 10,000 Pakistanis have been permitted to emigrate to the U.S. per year[/size]. And let's not forget the $560 million in emergency aid for Pakistan's natural disasters — from its 2005 earthquake to its 2010 floods.

Yet Pakistan can't manage to live up to its end of the alliance, a fact that even the enemy recognizes. According to reports, Wednesday's attacks on our fuel trucks left 57 on fire. On Monday near Islamabad, 25 were set ablaze. Last Friday, at least 20 more were burned near Shikapur.

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - HareKrishna - 10-07-2010

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[url=""]Terrifying moment 127th Nato fuel truck is blown up in a WEEK as Pakistan leaves our fuel convoys as sitting ducks for the Taliban (Paki Army)[/url]

Now Pakis will get new set of planes, helicopters, 1 Billion AID etc...


pakis claim that they loss 20 billion$ every year because american involvement in afganistan,they say that 1 billion$ help per year count for too less.

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-07-2010

[url=""]Suicide bombers strike Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine[/url]
Quote:KARACHI: At least ten people were killed when two suicide bombers exploded at a major shrine “Abdullah Shah Ghazi” in the port city of Karachi late Thursday, a senior government official told AFP.

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Naresh - 10-14-2010


[url=""]Pakistan among eight nations facing worse water shortage : ADB[/url]

MANILA : Pakistan is among eight countries that are facing severe impact of water shortage, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Tuesday.

“China, India, Pakistan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Nepal, Uzbekistan and Cambodia are currently feeling the heaviest impacts of the water shortage in terms of food and energy production, as well as ecological damage,” the ADB said.

Arjun Thapan, Infrastructure Adviser of ADB, said that Asia faced a worsening water crisis that threatened to curtail food production, while taking an increasingly heavy toll on the region’s economies.

Governments, industries and people around the region urgently need to stop wasting so much of the precious resource if they are to limit the shortage, he said.

“The water footprint in our towns and cities, in our irrigation systems, our energy production systems and in industry, in general, is extravagant,” Thapan said at a water crisis conference hosted by the Manila-based lender.

“It needs to shrink and Asia needs to become acutely conscious of the scarcity value of its accessible fresh water, and the imperative of efficiency in managing it.”

In a report, the ADB faulted weak enforcement of laws for the degradation of Asian water quality, with between 80 and 89 percent of all untreated wastewater leaching into fresh water in east and south Asia, respectively.

“In short, Asia is witnessing a despoliation of its freshwater resources with disastrous consequences for ecological balance and environmental sustainability,” the bank said.

It also highlighted that while irrigated agriculture uses up 80 percent of the region’s fresh water, there have been only very minimal moves to boost irrigation efficiency over the last two decades.

At least $9 billion worth of treated water was lost each year in Asia’s cities, the ADB said.

Climate change, rapid industrialisation, water pollution, dietary shifts and the drive to grow bio-fuels are also expected to deepen the water crisis, said Thapan.

On the current trends, this would lead to a 40 percent gap between water demand and supply in Asia by 2030.

“The impact is going to be greatest on food production and investment in the energy sector,” Thapan told a news conference.

“All of these, doubtless, are going to impact on overall economic growth.” Among the region’s largest countries, the ADB estimated that India would face a water deficit of 50 percent by 2030, while China would have a shortage of 25 percent.

Plugging the water leakage and stopping the waste will cost billions of dollars, according to the ADB, which called on the private sector to play a bigger role in fixing the problem.

“Increased investments from the private sector, especially in managing and delivering water services, and in using technology and innovation to reduce our water footprint, will be critical,” Thapan said

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Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-14-2010

What happened with flood? It was not dry flood?

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Naresh - 10-17-2010


[url=""]Karachi violence kills 15; hurts dozens[/url]

KARACHI : In a fresh spate of violence that erupted in the metropolis city one day ahead of by-polls has left at least 15 people killed and dozens others injured while unknown armed men forced shops in different areas to close, Geo News reported Saturday.

Meanwhile, five vehicles including an OB van of a private television channel have been reportedly torched in different areas during the violence-ravaged incidents.

The violence spread in several parts of the city after unidentified attackers opened fire and injured a man named Zafar in PS-94 constituency of Orangi Town where by-election is due to be held today.

In another firing incident at Katti Pahari area where armed men opened indiscriminate firing on a passenger bus, killing a youth identified as Tausif and injuring two others.

A man identified as Akbar was shot dead and two others sustained injuries when unknown armed motorcyclists opened fire at Abul Hasan Ispahani Road.

In yet another firing incident in Garden area 3 men were killed.

In similar such incidents at Kamran Chowrangi, Ayub Goth, Banaras one man each was shot dead while two men were injured in Ranchor Line.

According to hospital sources, more than 2 dozens men were injured in firing incidents.

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Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Guest - 10-17-2010


and counting....

Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 6 - Naresh - 10-19-2010


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