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Twirp : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Republic Pakistan 3

Nawaz Sharif aka Badmash is making a come back with the flip flops by Zardari on the status of Kasab and the constant changes in the story. He says Zardari is showing the world that GOvt doesnt control anything. Then why is there? One result will be the political comeback of Badmash agaisnt uncle's wishes.
Coup preparation.
No regime change.

Need to think if he is safe from TSPA ?

The reason is Kiyani and Zardaris are two US pasand bozos placed to handle TSP. Kiyani is the last batch of Kakul before the Islamization of Zia and Zardari is Mr Benazir Bhutto. This duo keeps the Pakjabis out.

So what Badmash is doing is a reverse coup or a regime change and thats not in the duo's interests. So need to think about Badmash's safety.
<b>59% Pakistanis want Sharif as Prez: survey</b> <!--emo&Big Grin--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='biggrin.gif' /><!--endemo--> <!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Eighty-eight per cent of the respondents in the poll conducted by <b>United States-based International Republican Institute </b>said Pakistan is moving in the wrong direction, while 73 per cent said the economic situation had worsened in the past year<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd--> <!--emo&Big Grin--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='biggrin.gif' /><!--endemo-->

<b>Large section of Gakhar Plaza collapses, 31 people missing</b>

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[center] <!--emo&:clapping--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/clap.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='clap.gif' /><!--endemo--> <b><span style='font-size:21pt;line-height:100%'>ICC rules out sanction on BCCI for not touring Pakistan</span></b> <!--emo&:clapping--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/clap.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='clap.gif' /><!--endemo--> [/center]

<b>MOHALI : BCCI only went by the instruction it received from the Indian government and there is no question of sanctioning the cricket board for scrapping the tour of Pakistan, International Cricket Council (ICC) president David Morgan said on Sunday.

Morgan lamented the lack of international cricket in Pakistan but cited ICC regulations which rule out sanction in such cases.</b>

"No doubt Pakistan suffers from lack of international cricket on home soil. But I understand it was Indian Government’s decision that the cricket team should not tour Pakistan. As per ICC rules, this is acceptable non-compliance and ICC would have no sanction against BCCI," Morgan said.

Hailing England’s decision to return to India to continue with the series, Morgan, a former England and Wales Cricket Board chief said credit should go to the ECB and England captain Kevin Pietersen.

"I think it was a vital decision. (ECB security adviser) Reg Dickason is highly respected and he decided it was safe and secure for the team. I am delighted that they returned, lot of credit goes to Pietersen and ECB. It would have been wrong to give terrorism a victory," he said.

Continuing the series, however, <b>could not amuse the likes of Imran Khan who accused India of double standard by shunning Pakistan on security grounds</b> and continuing with the ongoing home series against England despite the recent terror attacks in Mumbai.

<b>Morgan, however, begged to differ and felt situations in both the countries could not be equated.

"Pakistan is a different country. Quite clearly, security experts said India is safe and secure (for England) to return but that is not the case with Pakistan,"</b> the Englishman said.

<b>"Security assessment was carried out by cricket boards from West Indies, England, Australia and New Zealand and all advised it was not appropriate to tour Pakistan for the event. So that was again an acceptable non-compliance," he explained.</b>

Morgan, however, expressed hope that cancellation of India’s Pakistan tour would not have any adverse effect on the 2011 World Cup, which they host, along with Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

"There has to be some concern about the next World Cup which these four countries host. But we are confident that among them, we would have a good World Cup. We have learns a lesson from the last World Cup and I am sure the sub-continent would host a great World Cup," he said.

Dwelling on Indian Premier League, Morgan said the Twenty20 format was not necessarily a nemesis of the longer version of the game. On the contrary, he argued, it opened new commercial vistas for the game.

"The growth of Twenty20 has been interesting and it is good for the game. It led to a great deal of commercial interest to international and domestic cricket. I think cricket is extremely fortunate to have three properties Test, one day and Twenty20," he said, before reaffirming the primacy of ICC events.

On cricket’s possible inclusion in the Olympics, Morgan ruled out such a possibility before 2020.

"We have achieved something really important when IOC (International Olympic Committee) recognised ICC. But at the ICC board, we don’t have a clear belief to seek Twenty20 cricket, the ideal format, in Olympics. I think at the earliest, its feasible in 2020. But we are someway off deciding if we want to be in the Olympics," he said.

Morgan threw his weight behind the referral system and hoped it would curb excessive appeals.

"I certainly support it...(because) you get the benefit of hindsight. I believe it would do a great deal to improve spirit of cricket and delighted that the MCC World Committee also supported it... Many hope it would reduce appealing," he added.

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India has always claimed (and rightly so) that entire POK is part of India.

There has been some talk of Indian Govt. striking at POK terror camps. I say why just stop at striking at these terror camps. Invade Pakistan and take back POK as it is anyway a part of India. POK coming back to India has several advantages.

1. This will give India a direct route to Aghanistan.
2. US would be more than happy to see POK revert back to India as NATO supplies can then safely reach Afghanistan from India (remember how several hundred US vehicles were destroyed recently when passing through Pakistan).
3. It would cut off direct land link/route between taller than tallest mountain and deeper than deepest river friends Pakistan and their mai baap China.
4. To a large extent solve the problem of Kashmir once and for all.

<b>US offers $1.5 billion military aid to Pakistan</b>
Anwar Iqbal
Saturday, 20 Dec, 2008 | 11:22 PM PST |
WASHINGTON: The United States will provide more than $300 million a year in military aid to Pakistan over the next five years, diplomatic sources told Dawn.

The current arrangement of $300 million of annual military aid expires on Sept. 30, 2009 when the US fiscal year 2008-09 ends.

This was part of a $3.2 billion US aid package agreed in 2003 and was evenly divided between military and economic assistance.

Under a new arrangement, now being discussed between Pakistani and US officials, the US administration has agreed to increase its military assistance to Pakistan.

Diplomatic sources told Dawn that while a precise figure has not yet been agreed; the US administration has informed Pakistan that it will be more than $300 million a year.

The new military aid package will be valid for the next five years.

Although it is initiated by the outgoing Bush administration, a change of government on Jan. 20 will not affect the package, the sources said.</b>

The proposed aid package, titled US defence and security assistance to Pakistan, aims at strengthening the country’s counter-terrorism capability.

Besides enhancing the army’s counter-terrorism skills, the package will also finance programmes meant for strengthening the law enforcement agencies, such as the Frontier Corps, Frontier constabulary and the police.

This military and security aid will require annual certification from the US administration that Pakistan is cooperating in the war against terror.

For non-military assistance, however, Pakistan will have to wait for the passage of the Biden-Lugar bill which was presented in the outgoing Congress and will be one of the top priorities of the next Congress as well.

<b>The Biden-Lugar bill calls for a $15 billion US economic assistance to Pakistan for the next 10 years. There will be no strings attached to economic assistance but the proposed bill will condition all US military aid to Pakistan to its performance in the war against terror.</b>

On Thursday, Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell told a briefing that the US Defence Department was working on a proposal to provide additional security assistance to Pakistan in support of its counter terrorism efforts along the Afghan border.

He said the proposal for new assistance to Pakistan has come from Central Command and is at early stages. The proposed funding is in addition to existing programs including the coalition support fund and foreign military financing.

‘Right now we’ve got, you know, in addition to the coalition support fund and the foreign military financing, there is a proposal coming out of CENTCOM to provide some additional kinds of financial assistance that would—assist the Pakistani military in their counterterrorism operations,’ he said.

‘But this is just a proposal at this point, hasn’t gotten to this—to the secretary, hasn’t been briefed to Congress. I think it’s in the conceptual stages,’ he added.
<b>Pakistan scrambles fighter jets over major cities</b>

India's inaction had united whole Pakistan, kudos to failed Indian leadership. <!--emo&:angry:--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/mad.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='mad.gif' /><!--endemo-->
<b>We will retort within minutes if India strikes: Pakistan</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->The report also quoted the army chief as saying that Pakistan would respond "within minutes" in the<b> event of surgical strikes by India.</b>

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 [Images] to further build up pressure on Islamabad [Images]".
Paki are not getting, this preparedness is for 26 Jan 2009, India don't want any bum bum before 26 Jan, after that Moron Singh will give all to Pakis.

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<b>Gwadar Port becomes functional after 4th ‘opening’</b>

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->KARACHI, Dec 22 : <b>Believe it or not the Gwadar Port has been inaugurated four times in a short period of three years. It witnessed two ceremonies during Pervez Musharraf’s era and one in Caretaker setup and the fourth by the PPP-led coalition government</b>.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

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<b>Stop talks with Pak, explore all options: BJP tells govt</b>
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->"The BJP calls for immediately stopping all the bilateral engagements with Pakistan including illusionary peace and trade talks.<span style='color:red'> The illusion entertained by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh that Pakistan is also a victim of terror and there must be a joint mechanism of investigation has already caused enough damage to us," </span>the resolution adopted by the office-bearers said<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd--> <!--emo&Big Grin--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='biggrin.gif' /><!--endemo-->

Moron Singh should quit and call election.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Pak Army regular among 3 JeM men held in Jammu</b>
Mohit Kandhari | Jammu
Fidayeen plot exposed
Divine intervention and hawk-eyed intelligence sleuths claimed to have prevented a major terror strike in Jammu and Kashmir on the poll eve. They arrested three Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists, including<b> one Pakistani Army regular</b>, trained in different militant training camps across Pakistani territory, to trigger blasts using explosives-laden motor vehicle.

The terror plot, allegedly hatched by<b> Mufti Abdul Rauf, younger brother of Maulana Masood Azhar,</b> chief of the banned terrorist outfit JeM, was uncovered by the Jammu and Kashmir police during sustained interrogation of all three JeM militants. The terrorists were nabbed by the State police from one of the hotel rooms in busy bus stand area of walled city on Sunday evening on a tip-off by the Intelligence agencies. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Will back Pak Army against India: Taliban</b>
PTI | 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.

<b>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,</b> told The News daily by phone from an undisclosed location.

<b>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", </b>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 lookout 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<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
India should also give vest to Moron Singh, his master Queen and whole cabinet along with roy, testa, Chatterjee, Banerjee jhola crowd and send them to border and fight along with Jihadi or whatever, who cares.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->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.

And if there is no war, what are all these well armed militants with their brand spanking new vests gonna do then?

I think I can confidently say that the Indian response to Mumbai terror will be a non response. Atmost, strike at some empty LeT camp. If I were the pakjabis, I would be worried that all this HW can and will be pointed at them in the near future.
<!--QuoteBegin-Mudy+Dec 24 2008, 10:47 PM-->QUOTE(Mudy @ Dec 24 2008, 10:47 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Pak Army regular among 3 JeM men held in Jammu</b><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

Why didn't they simply eliminate these JeMs? Capturing these scums alive doesn't help at all.
By capturing them, they are maybe hoping for some to squeal and gather intelligence.

From what I read, he entered via bangladesh. Undoubtedly, he had help while travelling up the J&K. Interrogating him could reveal all of this.
If so, do not announce their capture. After questioning them, let them escape and kill them in an ambush. It is tough to convict these guys in our court of law.
Killing 'innocent' muslims in an encounter is that last thing we want to be seeing as doing. Remember the media war waged against the Gujarat police for the sohrabuddin sheikh encounter?

It didnt matter that if he was guilty or not.

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