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Pakistan : Terrorist Wahabi Islamic Rep Pakistan 7
#1
[quote name='Mudy' date='17 May 2011 - 07:09 AM' timestamp='1305595886' post='111607']

Nareshji,

It means ISI/Paki Army is involved. This is message to mai bap, keep check on unkle otherwise we will chase you.

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Mudy Ji :



A Friend in the US Corridors of Power has accepted my following statement :



[center][size="5"][color="#006400"]Pakistan Government = Pakistan Army = I S I = Lashkar-i-Taiba = Taliban = Al Qaeda[/color][color="#FF0000"]



= International Terrorism.[/color][/size]
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Enough said!



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#2
[url="http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/18/world/asia/18pakistan.html?_r=1&hp"]Pakistan and NATO Forces Exchange Fire[/url] <img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Big Grin' />
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#3
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[url="http://www.tolonews.com/en/afghanistan/2720-isi-has-urged-taliban-leader-to-leave-pakistan-official"][center][size="5"][color="#006400"]ISI has Urged Taliban Leader to Leave Pakistan : Official[/color][/size][/center] [/url]



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An Afghan security official on Tuesday told TOLOnews that Pakistan's spy organisation has asked Mullah Mohammad Omar to leave Pakistan for a period.



The Afghan security official who spoke on the condition of anonymity told TOLOnews that ISI has conveyed its message to the Taliban leader in Quetta through former Pakistani spy chief Gen. Hamid Gul.



Mullah Omar has been asked to leave Quetta for some time and move to Afghanistan or Iran.



"The Taliban leader, in the message, has been promised that ISI will facilitate his move to Helmand in Afghanistan or somehere in Iran,"
the official said.



The source said Pakistan's spy organisation wants to move Mullah Omar out and then report his location to the US forces.



Then if the Taliban leader is killed on Afghan soil, Pakistan will use it as a propaganda tool to show that terrorist leaders are also hiding in Afghanistan, the source said.



Meanwhile, Commander of Isaf Joint Command Lt Gen. David Rodriguez said on Monday that there were still around 100 al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan.



"We still think that there are just less than a 100 al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan, but again what they do is a cadre type organisation that helps out to bring both resources as well as technical skills to the rest of the Taliban fighting here," Gen. Rodriguez said at a press conference in Kabul.



US ambassador in Kabul, Karl Eikenberry, had previously said senior insurgent leaders were outside Afghanistan.



"The senior leadership of the organisations ... al-Qaeda, Taliban, Haqqani, they do not live in your country," he said. "They have sanctuary outside of Afghanistan and now that we assume that their significant leaders that are found that are in Pakistan," Mr Eikenberry had said in Kabul on May 5.



He had said the United States was determined to kill or detain anyone that threatened the US national security anywhere in the world.



Afghan political expert, Noor-ul-Haq Olumi, believes that al-Qaeda structure has not been damaged and it is still functiong even after its leader has been killed.



"ISI is the organisation that trains, funds and harbours such terrorist organisation, and I think the region will suffer until no action is taken against the real terrorist training centre in the region," Mr Olumi said.



Nato has said Osama Bin Laden's death will not affect the Afghan mission and that they would stay in Afghanistan until necessary.



It comes as the United States has reportedly decided to speed up direct talks with the Taliban.



A US representative has attended at least three meetings in Qatar and Germany and the most recent has taken place around nine months ago, the Washington Post reports.



State Department spokesman Michael A. Hammer has said on Monday that the US has been having a "broad range of contacts across Afghanistan and the region, at many levels.



The talks with the Taliban have proceeded on several tracks, including through non-governmental intermediaries and Arab and European governments, US officials have said.



The Taliban have always rebuffed Afghan government calls for peace talks and pre-conditioned withdrawal of all foreign forces from the country before any talks can be held.



There have even been reports in the past that the Taliban group was willing to engage in direct talks with the US rather than with the Afghan government.



Mudy Ji : The Terrorists, like Worms, are coming out of the Woodwork!



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#4
Quote:The Terrorists, like Worms, are coming out of the Woodwork!


We are talking 180 millions.
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#5
Nareshji,

My take on Pakistan



Pakistan Army is in desperate condition, they have lost H&D, they will try something nasty against India within 3-6 months.
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#6
[quote name='Mudy' date='18 May 2011 - 10:12 AM' timestamp='1305693254' post='111617']

Nareshji,

My take on Pakistan



Pakistan Army is in desperate condition, they have lost H&D, they will try something nasty against India within 3-6 months.

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Mudy Ji :



Regretfully, I could not agree more with you. It might happen sooner or later but will happen - not if, but, when.



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#7
Now this is eye opening

[url="http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_051711/content/01125108.guest.html"]One of the Rush caller[/url]
Quote:RUSH: Edwards Air Force Base in California. This is Reed. Nice to have you with us, sir. Hello.



CALLER: Hi, Rush. I heard on several occasions you mentioned Tora Bora and we turned it to 6,000 degrees, and I was actually there for that.



RUSH: You were there? I had been told -- I might get in trouble for this but I've been told -- that there were photos of Bin Laden on horseback at Tora Bora ten minutes prior to you turning the place 6,000 degrees.



CALLER: I think they mixed up a couple of days. We were there a couple of days prior to that when they -- we were working with a (unintelligible) that, as a matter of fact, had mentioned he'd seen what they thought was Osama leading troops, and we were assigned to bomb 'em. We had a weapons malfunction that kept us from putting the weapons on the target. So I think that's the day that he escaped. It was a couple days later when they brought in the C-130 and dropped that fuel air explosive that I think that's what you were referring to --



RUSH: Yeah, that's right.



CALLER: -- and we followed up. There was three of us -- I'm a B-52 pilot -- and we followed up with three of us droppin' Mark 82s, full loads of Mark 82s, so...



RUSH: Wow. You fly the BUFF.



CALLER: Yeah. I recently retired. I'm up at Edwards now as a test pilot but that was back in, I think, early December --



RUSH: Yeah.



CALLER: -- and the reason I called was we used to have to fly up, from where we were stationed, in order to get there. As you know, Afghanistan is landlocked, and we'd have to fly through Pakistan to get to Afghanistan.



RUSH: At what altitude are you flying the BUFF?



CALLER: Excuse me? Oh, well, we would operate in the lower forties and sometimes around up 45 or 55,000.



RUSH: Do they have anything that can hit you at that altitude?



CALLER: Certainly not the Afghanis. There was all sorts of talk about them climbing up those big mounts and taking potshots at us with shoulder launched. We didn't believe that. The big reason I called is early on as we started to prosecute the war -- we were one of the first units to respond after 9/11, and [color="#FF0000"]shortly after that when we started the war -- we'd drive up what they called the "driveway" through Pakistan, and it was an agreed route that the host country would have us fly up through, and it took us over a couple of the cities in south Pakistan. Well, those bastards would bang away at us with AAA's. We'd fly over the cities and they'd[/color] --



RUSH: Wait, wait, wait. I've got a question and my time is dwindling. Are you saying the Pakistanis have been firing on us for a while now?



CALLER: Oh, yeah, yeah. [color="#FF0000"]From the very beginning now. They told us it was "rogue elements in the military," but they shot us with heavy AAA over some of their southern towns and felt they had to change the driveway to avoid the city.[/color]



RUSH: Interesting, interesting. All right, look, Reed: I'm honored to have you in the audience. I'm honored that you called. Proves the ineffectiveness of the haughty John Kerry even more.



BREAK TRANSCRIPT



RUSH: Okay. Let's review. My last caller, the BUFF driver (that's what they call the B-52) says Pakistan has been shooting at our planes flying over their country for years. Nevertheless, we have given them $20 billion in aid over the last ten years, and people like the haughty John Kerry say we should give them more. Now, this is the kind of stuff the average citizen sees and it just makes no sense. This is what leads people to think that whatever they hear -- whatever they hear reported about something -- is just all lies. Pakistan an "ally," shooting at us. We give them money. They turn around and use some of that money to shoot at us. We're told, "Well, Rush, you know, they gotta play a double game there. I mean, they got nukes. They gotta fend off the Taliban in their country; they gotta fend off Al-Qaeda." Yeah, while they're obviously protecting Bin Laden.
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#8
http://www.dawn.com/2011/05/20/explosion...-road.html

US Embassy says attack in Peshawar targeted US consulate vehicles, no Americans killed - AP
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#9
[quote name='Mudy' date='17 May 2011 - 08:17 PM' timestamp='1305643149' post='111611']

[url="http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/18/world/asia/18pakistan.html?_r=1&hp"]Pakistan and NATO Forces Exchange Fire[/url] <img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Big Grin' />

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I hope they close the supply line.Lets see what nato will do then.Just for curiosity.
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#10
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[url="http://www.dawn.com/2011/05/22/loud-explosion-heard-near-paf-museum.html"]Loud explosion heard near PAF Museum[/url]



KARACHI: A large explosion has been heard near the PAF Museum on Dalmia Road in Karachi. The force of the blast has shattered surrounding buildings.



Heavy gunfire was also reported after the explosion. An eyewitness said that the blast took place near the gate of Faisal Base



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#11
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[url="http://www.geo.tv/5-22-2011/81664.htm"]PNS Mehran under attack in Karachi : Interior Minister[/url]



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KARACHI : Terrorists have launched an armed attack on PNS Mehran, a heavily guarded facility of Pakistan Navy, located along Sharea Faisal, Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik said on Sunday.



TV images showed smoke billowing from PNS Mehran where [color="#FF0000"]terrorists have blown up a four-engine plane of Pakistan Navy by firing a rocket[/color].



Five injured in the incident have so far been shifted to a local hospital.



Earlier, four blasts were reported from the area near PAF base Faisal.



Ambulances and fire tenders were seen rushing toward the base following the powerful blasts that were heard across a wide radius.



Gunshots could be heard being fired from sophisticated weapons near the site of the blasts.



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#12
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According to the SAMAA Live Link Four Foreigners among the dead.



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#13
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Two Terrorists Arrested.



2 Pakistani Armed Foces Men Injured.



Some Pakistani Security Staff are now returning. Situation seems to be under control - No more Firing.



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#14
Now are they terrorist or long beard Pak Navy non commissioned recruit.



This is trophy.



It is now confirmed by the Naval Officials to the Geo, that a P3C ORION has been blown.
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#15
From Paki fora -



Our Chinese friends (engineers) seem to be target of the attack. <img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Big Grin' />



American made aircrafts bought by Pakistan Navy P3C Orion, two jets badly damaged.

According to GEO, the same P3C ORION was assembled at this very base, by the US.

Two aircraft badly damaged.

Another update. Terrorists have hit weapon depots. The reason for unstoppable raging fire.

PAF Aircrafts flying over Islamabad / Rawalpindi

American aircraft and ammunition depot attacked.
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#16
http://www.dunyanews.tv/newsite/live_str...ive_tv.php

Live telecast



Map PAF Fazal

http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=24.876839...&t=h&hl=en



Mehran

http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=24.871289...&t=h&hl=en
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#17
Paki fora -

Breaking News on GEO: American Engineers were present at the base which were sent to provide further training to Pakistanis for maintenance etc.



This Orion was one of the 2 Orions, which were recently been sent by the US. 8 remaining Orions shall follow to arrive in the future!
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#18
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Operation comes to an end.



A Lieutenant and “Naik” (Corporal) have been bestowed with Seventy Two Virgins and Thirty Six Boys!



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#19
Kiyani was saying they had identified target in India, did he gave wrong address to his buddies?
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#20
[quote name='Naresh' date='23 May 2011 - 02:42 AM' timestamp='1306098260' post='111654']

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Operation comes to an end.



A Lieutenant and “Naik” (Corporal) have been bestowed with Seventy Two Virgins and Thirty Six Boys!



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Not yet, one compound is still controlled by Terrorist.
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