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Twirp : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Republic Pakistan 3
I rather have Pakistan Cricket team visit India and terror strikes in Paki camp.
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<b>U.S. Troops Kill Taliban Commander Clad in Woman's Clothing</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Six women and 12 children left the building, but while soldiers were questioning the women they discovered one was actually a man dressed in a burqa, the traditional all-encompassing dress that most Afghan women wear. The man, later identified as the targeted commander Haji Yakub, tried to attack the soldiers and was killed, the military said.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<b>Pakistan is an international migraine, says Albright</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->"My own sense is Pakistan has everything that gives you an international migraine. It has nuclear weapons, it has terrorism, extremists, corruption, very poor and it's in a location that's really, really important to us. And now this issue with India. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd--> <!--emo&Big Grin--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='biggrin.gif' /><!--endemo-->
<b>Rift opens up between Pak Army, government in wake of Mumbai attacks</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Islamabad, Dec.2 : A rift has opened up between the Pakistani Government and the army in the wake of the Mumbai attacks.

"The Mumbai attacks seem to have exacerbated civil-military tensions within Pakistan," the Telegraph quoted a STRATFOR analyst, as saying.

Both the Dawn and the Telegraph have reported that "clear differences in perception" have surfaced between army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, President Asif Ali Zardar Zardari and Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani.

The distrust between the army and the government dates back to before the Mumbai attacks, as the two sides have disagreed over how to conduct the "war on terror' and reform the ISI.

<b>Pakistan has spent half of its existence under military rule and the latest dictator, General Pervez Musharraf, resigned as president in September after spending eight years in power.</b>

Gen Kayani has since announced the military's withdrawal from politics but it remains a strong influence on all major decisions ranging from foreign policy to the economy.

<b>A senior Pakistani army official was quoted by The News newspaper as saying that several Taliban militant leaders were "patriots" for offering to fight against India.</b>

The official was quoted as saying: "We have no big issues with the militants in Fata [the tribal area]. We have only some misunderstandings with Baitullah Mehsud and Fazlullah. These misunderstandings could be removed through dialogue."<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<b>Even SPG didn't have intelligence inputs: Jaitley</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->NEW DELHI: The BJP, which has been making the charge that the Indian intelligence-system has collapsed, on Monday said that even the elite Special Protection Group that protects the prime minister was unaware of the intelligence inputs about Mumbai’s vulnerability.

BJP general secretary Arun Jaitley cited the clearance given for the prime minister’s proposed visit to Mumbai for attending The Economic Times Awards function to argue that even elite forces have no access to intelligence reports.

<b>Drawing attention to the ‘extent of the breakdown’ in the intelligence network, Mr Jaitley said, “imagine a scenario if this attack had happened three days later. The intelligence agencies usually conduct a security drill, sanitise the venue of a prime minister’s visit three days in advance and collect inputs to ensure he is not at a risk. But they all seemed to be in the dark.” Mr Singh was to attend the function at the Trident-Oberoi hotel — one of the sites of the jihadi attack — on November 29</b>.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

Why they have not fired Roy and M K Narayan ?
<b>Govt wakes up from slumber, to give NSG two jets, more men</b>
I think they are scared that these bad guys can go inside Sachivalaya where Babus enjoy slumber parties can die or can go into any school and repeat same.

Even in this urgency, Babu will make money by buying sub standard equipments and favoring own relatives.

<b>Pak accepts terrorists may be from its territory : US</b>

<b>WASHINGTON : The terrorist massacre in Mumbai was plotted in Pakistan and was executed by Pakistanis, Indian and US officials now agree. The big question now : How culpable are the Pakistani government and its military and intelligence agency, and how can the answer be handled either way it turns out?</b>

That’s the tricky issue facing New Delhi and Washington as they put together pieces of the terrorist jigsaw to claimed 170-plus lives, including nearly 40 Muslims and nationals from 10 countries.

<b>US advice to India : wait and see how Pakistani government cooperates in the investigation before any punitive action. US directive to Islamabad: prove your protestations of innocence and non-complicity at the official level, with a full and transparent cooperation in the face of overwhelming evidence that the footprints of the terror attack lead back to Pakistan.</b>

This is the gist of the exchanges between the three countries. On Tuesday, Washington broadly accepted India’s contention, based on evidence now shared with US law enforcement and intelligence agencies that the terror trail led to Pakistan. The preponderance of proof include detailed confessions by the one surviving terrorist, GPS tracks, e-mail and electronic tracks, telephone intercepts, and ordnance and forensic evidence, among other things.

US acceptance of India’s case — dismissed out-of-hand as knee-jerk, premature etc — was signaled by an unnamed senior American official who was quoted by Reuters as saying ''There are a lot of reasons to think it might be a group, partially or wholly a group, that is located on Pakistan's territory.''

The official, accompanying Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on her trip to the sub-continent, also said Islamabad had accepted the ''possibility that there might be people located on Pakistani territory,'' involved in the attack and had promised to cooperate in the investigation.

On record though, the state department continued to give Pakistan some breathing space, saying ''it’s too early to say where these attackers originated from — where they originated from, who was behind these attacks.'' The White House took the same line on Monday, enabling a relieved Pakistani press to crow that Islamabad had been declared innocent.

But every a cursory reading beyond the generalities indicate anything but a clean chit. ''The investigation will obviously point us in a certain direction. But we need to let the investigation take its course. Finger-pointing is not necessarily the best thing at this particular time,'' State Department spokesman Robert Wood said, while offering a dead giveaway to the origins by immediately adding, ''However, it’s incumbent upon Pakistan to do what it can to make sure that they’re cooperating with this investigation, and help bring these culprits to justice.''

The tricky problem both New Delhi and the international community faces is in determining the culpability of the Pakistani government and its extent — whether through over or covert complicity or through inaction and denial.

Intelligence circles say Pakistan’s government has always tried to maintain a ''plausible deniability'' in all its covert activity, including sponsorship of terrorism and nuclear proliferation. For instance, even in the AQ Khan case, Islamabad initially denied proliferation, then insisted Khan had gone rogue and done it on his own. Khan now says the government was very much in the loop and authorised it.

In the Mumbai terror strike, intelligence circles surmise that it is possible the ISI had ''outsourced'' the operation to a former controller now functioning as a LeT commander or operative, who may or may not have turned rogue. Since preparation for the strike is thought to have stretched a year or more, it was conceived well before the current civilian government took change, and it might have happened without its approval or knowledge.

But no one, including Pakistani experts, doubts that LeT is a creation of the ISI, whose officers are often seconded to the terror group. ''Lashkar-e-Taiba was fostered by ISI as a surrogate to help Mujaheddin by Kashmir...in recent years they have broken out of control from ISI,'' Shuja Nawaz, a thoughtful Pakistani scholar and brother of former Army chief Asif Nawaz Janjua, who has written a candid history of a militarized Pakistan titled ''Crossed Swords,'' said on public television on Monday, openly articulating what is said in hushed whispers in Pakistan.

Nawaz said the LeT is still operating in Pakistan, holding large meetings and collecting funds, and a true test of Islamabad’s commitment will be to act on it now. ''If there is any ambivalence (towards LeT), now is the time...there should be no reason not to act,'' he said.

But going by past record, chances are bleak that Pakistan will stick to any commitment on crackdown or cooperation particularly since the military still seems to call the shots in Islamabad. A study of past crises between the two sides compiled by the Washington-based Stimson Center elaborately chronicles Islamabad’s fudging and double-speak on the terrorism issue based on interviews with U.S officials.

In one chapter, the study relates how former military ruler Pervez Musharraf kept fudging the infiltration and terrorism issue by telling U.S Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage that ''nothing is happening'' across the Line of Control. Armitage, it says, insisted on a more than a present-tense commitment from Musharraf.

''General Musharraf also claimed that training camps for militants did not exist on Pakistani soil. Armitage shared with Musharraf evidence to the contrary,'' the study relates. Musharraf finally commits not to allow Pakistan and the territory under its control not to be used for terrorism. ''Was Musharraf’s pledge substantive or just expedient? ''the study asks, going to suggest that it was mostly the latter.

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<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Why they have not fired Roy and M K Narayan ?<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

Mudyji, why are you so cruel onlee?? How will the UPA operate without the maino yes men?? This tragic attack already precipitated the loss of Chamcha-siromani Shri Shivraj Patil.

Now, only when a terrorist blows up one of the farmhouses yuvraj uses for entertainment will their heads roll.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->pakiladycharmer (4 hours ago) 
mithil..we are fightin a cause what is ur BJP fightin for the cows not to get slaughteed..when they have mad cows disease..
we had no fund but we were bailed bu saudi .our brothers .<b>.imagine the saudi turn the oil taps of in india guess thats the end off u monkey worshippers....lol
we have the switch to u country..</b>
also we muslim go to jihad by choice.. ur splinter groups are made of scared and forced kids from the untoucables..
so get ur facts sorted<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

<b>IMF makes Pakistan credit conditions public</b>

ISLAMABAD : IMF has finally released the strings attached to its Pakistan credit, which binds the government of Pakistan not borrowing any more during the current fiscal year from the State Bank of Pakistan, while the subsidy on electricity would be withdrawn by June 2009.

International Monetary Fund (IMF) has made public the binding clauses incorporated in the finalized agreement for $7.6 billion loan extended to Pakistan. IMF 23 months long loan program conditions spread over a document containing 24 pages said that Pakistan would have to raise its national growth rate to 7 percent and bring down the inflation rate to 5 percent by 2012, while the target of keeping the foreign current account deficit restricted to $10.6 billion i.e. 6.5 percent of the GDP by the end of the current fiscal year has been given. The target for Pakistan’s economic growth for the next fiscal year has been set at 5 percent, while that of inflation at 13 percent.

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<b>India suspends cross-LoC trade</b>

NEW DELHI : India has reportedly suspended the much hyped cross-Line of Control (LoC) trade in Indian-held Kashmir (IHK) in the wake of the Mumbai terrorist strikes. A local news agency reported that the Indian Army on Tuesday refused to open the gates at Chakan da Bagh on Poonch-Rawakalot road in IHK. Trucks laden with goods were turned back from the LoC. The district administration said they had been given no prior information that trucks would not be allowed to cross the LoC. “The army officers told us that they have been asked not to allow any trade until further orders,” an IHK government official said. Indian army sources said the denial of permission for trade on Tuesday was not linked to the terror attacks in Mumbai. They said the gates remained shut because the local unit of the army had not received any instructions. iftikhar gilani

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<span style='color:red'>Brazil approves sale of 100 missiles to Pakistan</span>
3 Dec 2008, 1259 hrs IST, AFP

BRASILIA: Brazilian authorities gave approval for the sale of 100 missiles to Pakistan which can be used in air-to-surface attacks on radar tracking
installations, Defence Minister Nelson Jobim said.

The MAR-1 medium-range missiles made by the Brazilian firm Mectron are tactical anti-radiation weapons whose existence was kept under wraps for many years, according to Jane's Information Group.

Jobim called them "very effective ways to monitor" areas flown by war planes, and said the deal with Pakistan, originally signed in April this year, was worth 85 million euros ($108m).

He dismissed suggestions that the transaction might be questioned in light of last week's Islamist extremist massacre perpetrated in Mumbai, India, which some Indian officials suspected was launched from within Pakistan.

<b>"Brazil negotiates with Pakistan, not with Pakistani terrorists," he said.

"To cancel this deal would be to attribute terrorist activities to the Pakistani government." </b>



Beggar has money to buy missiles!!
^ Bodhi's post above

1. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/artic...jectid=10546287
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Taliban vows to join Pakistan in war with India</b>

10:02AM Wednesday Dec 03, 2008
[side story:  US warned India before attack says Govt  <!--emo&Big Grin--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='biggrin.gif' /><!--endemo--> (<i>but of course</i> they did)]

ISLAMABAD - Taleban fighters battling Pakistani soldiers near the Afghan border volunteered Tuesday to fight alongside the army if war breaks out with traditional foe India over the Mumbai attacks.

Analysts say the offer is meant to fan the flames of anti-Hindu sentiment and draw support away from Islamabad's fight against al-Qaida and Taleban militants in the tribal regions close to Afghanistan.

The government, which is appealing for calm, has not responded to it.

"That is what they would love, to see the attention of the Pakistan army shift from the tribal areas to the eastern border with India," said defence analyst Hasan Askari Rizvi.

The Taleban's offer came in a video recording by its deputy chief, Maulvi Faqir Mohammad, that was made available to reporters Tuesday.

"If India launches a war on Pakistan, we will divide the fight into two parts. The air defence will be the responsibility of the military, and the Tehrik-e-Taleban Pakistan will fight the war on ground," he said. "If it makes a mistake to attack Pakistan, Tehrik-e-Taleban will defend Pakistan and Islam."

Tehrik-e-Taleban is headed by Baitullah Mehsud, a militant blamed by Pakistan for the assassination of the country's moderate ex-premier, Benazir Bhutto. Bhutto's widower is President Asif Ali Zardari.

The group is accused of other suicide attacks in Pakistan and is strong in the tribal regions, where Osama bin Laden and other al-Qaida leaders are believed to be hiding out.

"The Taleban want to generate goodwill for themselves in Pakistan by emphasizing they are friends of the government," said Rizvi. "A lot of Islamist elements and parties have been saying that the real threat to Pakistan comes from India rather than Taleban, so why should the military fight them?"

The nuclear-armed nations have fought three wars since the subcontinent was divided in 1947, two over the Himalayan region of Kashmir, which is claimed by both.

The Mumbai attackers are said by New Delhi to have been trained by the banned Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba, a banned Pakistani militant group with roots in the disputed Kashmir region.

There have long been suspicions that Pakistan's military and intelligence services helped create, arm and train Lashkar-e-Taiba as a proxy force against India's much larger military.

The countries began a slow-moving peace process in 2004, but mutual distrust of India runs high in Pakistan, which for years demonized its giant eastern neighbor.

"The Mumbai incident is an Indian conspiracy against Pakistan," said Qari Shafiqur Rahman Alvi, spokesman for banned extremist group Sipahe Sahaba. "They are making grounds to attack Pakistan by falsely implicating Pakistan and its Islamic groups."

Despite tensions on both sides, few observers see the likelihood of full-blown conflict breaking out. But they note that even a further slowing to the peace process would benefit Pakistan's hardliners.

"It's not a matter of all out war, the real threat is will they stop talking to each other, that gives the space to the spoilers that will lead to more tension, more crises in the future," said Samina Ahmed, a South Asia expert at the International Crisis Group think tank.

Pakistan's 8-month-old government has said it is willing to co-operate with New Delhi in investigating the Mumbai attacks, but must balance that against demands from Muslim politicians and nationalists that it not be too soft.

In a sign of the resonance the anti-India message still has, the country's often fractious political leaders issued a statement Tuesday condemning the attack but criticizing the "unsubstantiated allegations made in haste against Pakistan."

They also stressed they supported the army's right to defend the country's security interests.

"As far as issues like this, we all are one," said opposition leader Nawaz Sharif. "The whole nation is one."

- AP<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
2. http://rajeev2004.blogspot.com/2008/12/pak...nd-attacks.html
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Pak Media Allege BJP Behind Attacks</b>

[youtube video of TSP news]

The "mainstream" Paki media are claiming that BJP has masterminded the attacks.
This is what passes for "mainstream" in Pakistan.
Posted by san at 12/02/2008 03:26:00 PM 10 comments
Labels: media, mumbai, pakistan, terrorism
<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->America's own pets, the rabies-infected zombies (TSP and Taliban), set to attack. And AmeriKKKa comes off looking innocent: "US warned India before attack says Govt", "FBI helping to interrogate apprehended islamic terrorists of Mumbai attacks". "Obama condemns islamic terrorism". Allbright - always anti-India before - now suddenly realises that Pakistan is Terror Central and causes a global "migraine".
Who'd ever suspect the very courteous AmeriKKKa - issuing all the 'right and proper' statements in such a timely fashion.

AmeriKKKa just green-lighted a war with TSP when they:
1. have their media finally blaming TSP for a terrorist attack on Indian soil
2. have their puppet govt in India - KKKongress - finally blaming TSP for a terrorist attack on Indian soil ('even' Sonia is ready to tow the line - not that that's a surprise)
3. have the western-owned christomedia in India finally blaming TSP for a terrorist attack on Indian soil
All three are to mentally prepare/shove India into a war with TSP.
The real islamic terrorist attack on India happened when TSP bombed Parliament (with the help of their Indian islamaniacs). That's when we should have gone to war with TSP. But then the Godhra train burning thing was carefully staged to stop the impending war with TSP. And more distant leveraging went on back then to prevent events from unfolding: the western-puppeteered christomedia/christobrigade including Suzanna AroonDhoti Roy and Prafool Bidwai came to the fore started insinuating that the attack on parliament was an inside job (an early oblique reference to "Hindu Terror").
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Roy also compared the suicide strike on Parliament to the Godhra train incineration, not as two terrorist attacks - as most Indians may understand it - but as twin inside jobs, deliberately done to provoke a reaction. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Master of <b>deniability</b> is US. Their trainees - including Terrorist State of Pakistan (which regularly denies its attacks in India), Taleban, christomedia in India, Indian christogovt - are only learning from their master.
Western international media also carry "Hindu terrier" stories now. Just as they previously blamed the Hindus in the islamic Godhra train terrorist attack for torching themselves. The same stories carried both my crypto and christoterrorists (Suzanna Roy) and christomedia in India as in western christomedia.

Now, perhaps US thinks their TSP and Taleban is ready to engage India in war.

Where is missionary and former US army-man Kenneth Haywood when AmeriKKKa needs him? Last time he gave SIMI his computer so that they could sign their islamic terrorist handiwork with "Indian mujahideen". Did Kenneth fax around the "Deccan Mujahideen" this time or did the US find someone else to do it?

Taleban is AmeriKKKa's best friend. They do everything AmeriKKKa says. Just ask the Russians. Just ask the Serbs. Just ask many a European nation (e.g. France).

India get your troops out of Afghanistan.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->India get your troops out of Afghanistan.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

India is run by a bunch of morons. Giving these primitive Af Gands food and building them schools, and their embassy gets blown up. There are no Indian troops in Af Gand istan, just police after that engineer got killed.
<!--QuoteBegin-Pandyan+Dec 3 2008, 04:41 PM-->QUOTE(Pandyan @ Dec 3 2008, 04:41 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->There are no Indian troops in Af Gand istan, just police after that engineer got killed.[right][snapback]91338[/snapback][/right]<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->So they've come back home after being sent there in May 2007 (see below)? Good then.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Indian Army will impart military training to Afghan troops</b>
Delhi, Fri, 27 Apr 2007 Sadiq Ali

April 27: After their involvement in massive reconstruction projects in the country, Indian Army is ready to send its troops to Afghanistan to assist them in various training exercises carried by the armed forces. With that troopers seem to be going global.

Official sources from army headquarters here in New Delhi confirmed that the Indian Army might send few of its best men, with expertise in artillery, infantry and related disciples besides English language experts to Afghanistan next month.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Oh yes, I forgot about that one. Brilliant move, training jihadis. But other than that, it was just the Border police sent to protect Indian nationals working there as contractors and government officials. Only a hundred or so.
<!--QuoteBegin-Pandyan+Dec 3 2008, 04:50 PM-->QUOTE(Pandyan @ Dec 3 2008, 04:50 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->Oh yes, I forgot about that one. Brilliant move, training jihadis. But other than that, it was just the Border police sent to protect Indian nationals working there as contractors and government officials. Only a hundred or so.[right][snapback]91341[/snapback][/right]<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Are those hundred the border police? If so, how many does the Indian army in Afghanistan number?

<!--QuoteBegin-Husky+Dec 3 2008, 04:14 PM-->QUOTE(Husky @ Dec 3 2008, 04:14 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->1. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/artic...jectid=10546287
<!--QuoteBegin--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Taliban vows to join Pakistan in war with India</b>
10:02AM Wednesday Dec 03, 2008
<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->[right][snapback]91336[/snapback][/right]<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd-->India is not prepared to go to war, regardless of how ready army personnel may think they are. The entire nation is under threat: as various news articles IF posted had shown, islamaniacs have terrorist cells operating even as far down south as Karnataka and TN. The christo puppet govt of the US in India have done zip against islamic terrorism, but rather given the same a free hand and done more than merely encouraging islamic terrorism. They have knowingly allowed HUGE numbers of islamaniacs (from BD and TSP) infiltrate into our country on purpose. AmeriKKKa thinks Pakistan is ready for war. TSP thinks it is ready. Both know India is not: islamic cells in India will start exploding, bleeding internal India even as our army can bleed on the border.

Another serious problem is christianism. Palestinian christoterrorists regularly join the anti-Israeli acts of jihad of the Palestinian islamic terrorists (church encourages them in this as well). A convert out of islam into christianism discussed the carefully nurtured palestinian-christian hatred of Israel.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/56867 already posted in post 75 of the christian subversion 2 thread
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Shoebat, himself an evangelical Christian says it is unfortunate that Christian Arabs in Israel choose a theology of Jew hatred as well, even while experiencing persecution and intimidation by the Muslim majority. “The Christian Arabs in Israel get their education from their leaders and the Catholic church,” laments Shoebat. “They pretty much adhere to the Replacement Theology – that God replaced Israel with the Catholic church. They have also come up with a new Liberation Theology, co-opted by the Palestinian movement.”<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->In India's case, christians may perhaps only covertly help their islamaniac (temporary) best friends.

But everything so far is a *christian* set up, even if the islamaniacs have been doing the footsoldiery (and will continue to do so in the event of a war) for them.
And it is once again the *christian* media has invented the "Hindoo terror" fiction to contrast with factual islamic terrorism. This leaves christian media reporting looking unbiased - the christian hand is invisible. Similarly the AmeriKKKan missionary Kenneth Haywood coordinating and facilitating islami terrorism in India. How many others like him are there?

Christianism pretends to play the objective journalist covering and condemning both "the obscurantist islamic terrorists and the evil Hindoo nationalist terrorists - compare with how peaceful us christo cretins are", while underneath it is the driving engine that supports and arms islamic terrorism and has to invent the Hindoo terrorism in order to paint every other ideology as undesirable.

It is the <i>christian</i> government, <i>christian</i> media, christian(-bribed) elements in the ATS that have been propagating fictions of Hindoo terror. For example, here's an example of *christians* in the media pretending to "impartially" report on how Purohit's laptop - impounded for a long time and found not to hold a single clue all this time - now suddenly (and <b><i>only after</i></b> it's been made public of how Sadhvi, Upadhyay, Purohit and the other Hindus were tortured) contains evidence that they were supposedly trained to yell persecution under ATS interrogation. <= christians making that fiction. Just as likely crypto Sardesai in his christian media alleges that Hindus must have been behind the Mumbai attacks after noticing Hindu symbols on the islamaniacs disguised as Hindus. Just as christo Suzanna Margaret 'Arundhati' Roy alleged - against overwhelming evidence - that Indians themselves attacked their own Parliament. Just as it was the christian missionary org Operation World UK that in 1993 already started showing Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh as separate from India.

While islamism has been mounting physical terrorist attacks on India and Hindus, christianism has been perpetrating subtle and covert psychological terrorist attacks on India and Hindus, and also sponsors islamic terrorism. Both terrorist ideologies are equally bad.

Christians hope to reap a harvest in India with the terrorist situation they have created and fostered, just as they did in the NE in the 80s because of the strained situation there which they took heavy advantage of and inflamed.

Never trust christianism. Christians want themselves to come across as the objective, innocent (victimised) heroes in the history of the future. While islamists are shown to be blatant villains the world over, christianism has been covering the tracks of its terrorist activities since a long time. (Hence the non-transparency in who owns India's anti-Hindu English language media, the existence of crypto christians and their use of external Hindu symbols and names to dupe people, and the frequent cases of crypto christos exposing only their communist tags, etcetera).

<b>Pakistan’s Economic Miracle after receiving an IMF Loan of US Dollars 3.1 Billion</b>

<b>Forex reserves improve</b>

<b>KARACHI : Pakistan’s foreign currency reserves jumped $2.485 billion or 38 per cent to $9.081 billion in the week ended on November 29, 2008 after the country received the first $3.1 billion tranche of the IMF loan.</b> Reserves in the previous week that ended on November 22 stood at $6.596 billion. Liquid foreign reserves with State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) improved to $5.942 billion from the previous week’s $3.438 billion. However, those held by other banks were down to $3.139 billion from $3.157 billion
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<b>Pak artistes return after threats from Shiv Sena</b>

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->KARACHI - Renowned Pakistani comedians Shakeel Siddiqui and Kashif Khan returned home Thursday from India as relations between the two countries deteriorated in the wake of deadly attacks in Mumbai.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

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<b>Delhi tightens visa policy for Pakistanis</b>

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->ISLAMABAD (APP) - India has increased processing time for issuing visas to Pakistani nationals to a minimum of 30 days, except for medical emergency cases, says an Indian High Commission Press release on Thursday.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

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