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[quote name='HareKrishna' date='06 August 2010 - 02:08 PM' timestamp='1281083404' post='107786']

One of the few that do the actual fight not just policing.Many were killed so the war become unpopular.

The US probably will give the control to pakistan which is the worse thing they can do.It will only increase the terrorism there in the long term.

The turkey has a high growth rate which come especially from the fanatic islamist there.The last government is supported by them and its show by its very pro-islamic actions lately.In the next years more 20 milion turk will be born especially in the coran-belt .Will see if the secular turks will have a chance.

Thats the reason that egypt movie industry copy indian movies an dput them in an egyptian format.But only in afganistan and maybe tadjikistan they make a pro-indian movement.


I expect that to happen in 3 years. The best way to respond is to support the old Northern Alliance faction and have 2 Afghanistan's. The South backed by Pakistan and Taliban and the North control by the other ethnic groups.

Turkey is moving away from secularism, the Islamists are coming back. The majority of the population is not very secular. From my personal experience there, they are also very skin color obsessed. It doesn't surprise me that the Turk's imposed the skin color based caste system in India (Like casta in South America)
Afghanistan Study Group Report released today:

This, a 19 year old ex-cheerleader (now an Air Force Security Forces Sniper)

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was watching a road that led to a NATO military base

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when she observed a man digging by the road,

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she engaged the target (i.e. she shot him). AND it turned out he was a bomb maker for the Taliban , and he was burying an IED that was to be detonated when a Canadian patrol walked by 30 minutes later.

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It would certainly have killed and wounded several soldiers.

The interesting fact of this story is the shot was measured at 725 yards!

She shot him as he was bent over burying the bomb. The shot went through his butt and into the bomb which detonated; he was blownto pieces.

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The Air Force made a motivational poster of her:

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(Folks, that's a shot 25 yards longer than seven football fields!)

And the last thing that came out of his mouth .. Was his ass!

That is Canada.

If that had happened in India, the following would be the aftermath.

1. J&K state declares 'hartal' and violent demonstrations follow.

2. Civil Right Groups demand an inquiry.

3. Teesta Setalwad says the man was just answering nature's call and files a case against Modi accusing him of ordering the fire.

4. Hussain will draw a bare butt to honour the slain victim. "The Hindu" will hail Hussain's freedom and artistry.

5. Barhka Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Prannoy Roy and others will debate for a week whether it was right to fire at the butt.

6. Mayawati would have called him a Dalit and installed a Statue of herself at the spot.

7. The sniper would have been dragged to Court for attempted act of Sodomy by way of a PIL.

8.The Air force sniper faces departmental enquiry and suspension.

9. Manmohan loses a night's sleep and declares a compensation of Rs.10 lacs to the victim's family.

If You Can Not Stand Behind Our Troops, Please Feel Free To Stand In Front of Them!
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[b]Taliban cannot move a finger without Pak support: Karzai

2011-10-07 20:50:00

Last Updated: 2011-10-07 21:22:51

Launching another broadside against Pakistan, Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Friday said the Taliban, that has launched some audacious attacks in his country will not be able to "move a finger without Pakistani support."

As Afghanistan marked 10 years of the overthrow of the Taliban government today, Karzai said his government and US- led NATO have failed to provide Afghans with security.

Karzai said that it was a "serious shortcoming" that the Taliban were able to launch such spectacular attacks but also added that "these problems come from abroad" and pointed the finger at Pakistan's role in the Taliban insurgency.

"On the overall policy of Pakistan toward Afghanistan and towards Taliban, definitely, the Taliban will not be able to move a finger without Pakistani support," Karzai told the BBC.

In recent months Afghanistan has seen a string of brazen assaults on major cities and military targets as well high profile assassinations, such as the killing last month of Afghan peace envoy and former president Burhanuddin Rabbani, allegedly by Taliban-linked Haqqani network, which is based in Pakistan.

Karzai also traced some of Afghanistan's current insecurity to military strategy in the early years of the war and the failure to tackle the Taliban sheltering in Pakistan's volatile tribal areas.

"NATO and the US and our neighbours in Pakistan should have concentrated a long time back, in the beginning of 2002- 03, on the (Taliban) sanctuaries," he said.

In an outburst following the killing of Rabbani, Karzai had accused Pakistan of refusing to support investigation and playing a "double game" on terrorism.

[b]Krishna condoles demise of Indian diplomat T. Cherian


Quote:2011-11-11 14:30:00

External Affairs Minister S M Krishna has condoled the untimely demise of Consul General of India at Mazar-e-Sharief, T. Cherian, who expired yesterday, having succumbed to serious head injuries, due to a fall at his residence.

Cherian was quickly shifted to the ISAF (German) hospital at Mazar-e-Sharief and given necessary medical assistance, but could not be revived due to brain haemorrhage and severe internal bleeding.

Cherian, who was a devoted and competent officer, is survived by his wife and two children. (ANI)

RIP Shri Cherian.

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