Insight in to the headquarters of Islamic Terrorism- Pakistan

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Muslims terrorists blew up a bridge in the headquarters of Islamic terror, Pakistan on Tuesday, temporarily cutting a major supply line for Western troops in Afghanistan.  The attack was the latest in a series on the Khyber Pass by insurgents seeking to hamper the U.S.-led mission against the Taliban in neighboring Afghanistan.
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 The love for America in Pakistan

 

It follows the abduction Monday of an American U.N. worker in the southwest of Pakistan, an attack that underscored the fragile security in the country as US and Allies battles al Qaeda militants, who has support of Pakistani intelligence ,ISI, and Pakistani army.
 
Islamic militants kidnapped about 30 police and paramilitary officers after surrounding a police station in the Swat Valley, a former tourist area in the northwest that has been increasingly overrun by Islamic terrorists. And that the region is now considered too dangerous for reporters to visit, making it difficult to verify casualty reports.

 Islamic militants in Peshawar torched 10 trucks stranded in Pakistan by the bombing of a key bridge on the main supply route for US forces in Afghanistan. Increasing attacks on transport depots and truck convoys heading to bases across the border have raised doubts about Pakistan’s integrity to protect the vital road as the US prepares to send as many as 30,000 more American forces into Afghanistan this year.

 

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  These comments have proved that every one knows that the root of all terror today is Pakistan

US President Barack Obama statement that Pakistan and Afghanistan are the central front in the America’s war against terrorism and that the deteriorating situation in the region poses a grave threat to global security, “This is the central front in our enduring struggle against terrorism and extremism,” Obama said reiterating that the Pak- Afghan problem can’t be resolved in isolation. UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki Moon statement that Pakistan should conduct a “full investigation” into the Mumbai attacks and cooperate with India in bringing the Islamic terrorists to justice

 

 

WOMEN AND GIRLS IN ISLAMIC PAKISTAN

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 A Pakistani protester shouts slogans during a rally for the support for Hamas and the people of Gaza after Friday prayers in Karachi, Pakistan. Hundreds of people took part in the rally, shouting slogans against the U.S. and Israel. The green headband worn by the protester reads: “There is no God but Allah, Prophet is his messenger.”

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Pakistan has become Al Qaeda’s “strategic focus,” the Marine Corps Commandant says. And Pakistan still isn’t trying all that hard to quash the terror group.

Happy in Pakistan—Al Qaeda

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31 Comments

  1. It is certainly true “that Pakistan and Islam are synonymous”. This is because aside from its islamic identity Pakistan has no history – in sharp contrast to Afghanistan whose history goes back some 6000 years. For most Afghans their Muslim identity struggles to equal that of National- that is to say being Afghan is far more powerful a sentiment than being a Muslim. This has been the case for centuries. Even today the Pakhtunwali code at least rivals the concept of Jihad. And this is why every foreign force intent on controlling Afghanistan has only succeeded in kicking its own teeth. This nationalistic sentiment gets into bloodthirsty mode when there’s a common enemy and there’s no greater or more resented enemy than that against Afghan independence. Pakistani dictators have certainly capitalised on the Afghan Jihad against the Soviets: channeling hunderds of millions of C.I.A anti-russian aid thropugh I.S.I was just one example. In the post 9/11 world Pakistan was quicke to make a case for ‘the lawless tribal belt’ and soon deployed 80.000 troops into the area for the first time since its emergence on the political map some 60 years ago. Afghanistan does recognize the Durand Line and will not regardless of who is power in Kabul. In the last year not a week passes by that a Pakistani stooge is appearing in the US congress or US think-tanks begging America to pressure Karzai for a border-sttlement – the argument is always the same-to curb the emerging threat from the Pan-Talibanism. The creation of yet another proxy- the recently anounced Afghan National Front- this time as a joint conspiracy by Pakistan-Iran and Russia is yet another attempt to enter Afghan politics. But Afghanistan’s neighbours should know that any Afghanisan has learned many lessons over the last 4 decades. It is a gross misinterpretation by Pakistan to believe that the US/NATO will be forced to leave. While sporadic violence remains a problem it is nowhere near the levels of Iraqi resistence. Afghans do not see ISAF as an occupying force, and the Taliban do not have grassroot support in Kabul, Central or northern Afghanistan. The I.S.I has succeeded in instigating violence in the South where literacy remains a very big problem. Also the al-Qaida factor is present. To put it short: if the Taliban wish to do Jihad they should first bring about a democratically elected government in Islamabaad. Afghanistan will rebuild its army and security forces- the Kabul security for example rests entirely on KHAD and its human-intelligence. Do not be in doubt: if the Afghans saw the ISAF as an occupying force they would be far less friendly.

  2. The problems emanating from Pakistan has a simple root cause, and that cause can be found in the fact that Pakistan is an artificial state created by the partition of India in 1947, a partition of such odious artificiality that ‘East Pakistan’ (now the independent nation of Bangladesh and populated by those of Bengali ethnicity ) was a enclave surrounded by India and 1,000 miles distant from the much larger ‘West Pakistan.’ The partition reinforced the division of the Pashtun people by ignoring their understandable and natural desire to be united within a single state, preferably one in which they are the dominant group. Such a state already exists. It is called Afghanistan. The terms ‘Pashtun’ and ‘Afghan’ were synonymous until they were ripped apart by the Durand Line of 1893.

    The ethnic fault lines that divide Pakistan become clearer with each passing year. Pakistan is a state with four distinct ethnic groups, but utterly dominated by one of the groups, and as such is inherently unstable. The Punjabis are the majority in Pakistan who dominate the government, the military and business affairs, but they are concentrated in the area mostly east of the Indus River to the Indian border; they are physically indistinguishable from their brethren inside India. West of the Indus is the North-West Frontier, home to the ethnically distinct Pashtuns, and part of a homeland that stretches through Afghanistan all the way to Iran. To the south are the Sindhis, and to the southwest are the Baluchis, a national group which was also divided by Imperial Britain.

    Pakistan has continued to exist as a nation because the Punjabis have prudently allowed the Pashtuns to have their own way within their national territory.

  3. Taliban” style groups not only oppose human rights in general and women’s rights and gender equality in particular, they are being allowed to challenge the very writ of the state with impunity. Such groups do not stop at vociferous denouncements and threats; they regularly use acts of violence to intimidate the population so as to forcibly silence any differing point of view. Civil society groups and NGOs working for women’s development and rights have been particular targets.

    The failure on part of the Pakistani Government to respond appropriately to the propagation of anti-women ideas by the local Taliban-style armed vigilantes is reversing any progress in girls’ education and schooling, obstructing the access of girls and women to health facilities; impeding women’s job opportunities and women’s participation in political processes; and creating an environment that encourages discrimination against women and non-Muslims. Talibanisation seriously obstructs the work of civil society groups who support human rights in general and women’s rights in particular.

    The capital city, Islamabad, is currently under siege by local Taliban-style leaders who demand that the government enforce their misogynistic ‘Islamic revolution’ failing which they will take matters into their own hand. They have already done so: kidnapping and holding hostage two policemen, three women and a six month old baby for several days to prevent the authorities from demolishing illegally constructed mosques and religious schools.

    Even more disturbing is the government’s complete failure to effectively respond to the challenges being mounted by militant, armed, politico-religious elements using the pretext of religion to institute what is now being termed the “Talibanisation” of Pakistan, encouraging increasing numbers of self-styled vigilantes to attack citizens with divergent viewpoints.

    In an open expression of outrage, thousands of women rights activists, members of different non-governmental organizations and civil society groups, on 19th April, held rallies across the country to protest against the rapidly growing Talibanisation and increasingly violent and intimidating tactics of the Lal Masjid clerics and Jamia Hafsa girl students and the government’s inaction to curb their illegal activities. Women groups in Pakistan vow to continue their struggle to condemn and protest against the growing phenomena of Talibanisation.

  4. The problem, if you will back waaaaay up and view it, is blatantly obvious…these people are so enslaved by their religion that they cannot think for themselves- which is why they have made such a mess of things. I don’t want to bash the religion itself, but all that anything is, is one mans interpretation of it. It appears that they all just follow one another regardless of the direction because they are so desparate for some strand of happiness…it’s called freedom people, freedom to think and live how you want to and your religion does not allow you to do that. Morals stand without religion, an individual knows that it is wrong to harm another human being- more murder comes from religion than the lack thereof. I feel so sorry for the lot of them, especially the women.

  5. India should join hands with the United States and do a well-planned public and business diplomacy in Pakistan to reach out to the intelligentsia and middle classes, who have the same global aspirations as other countries with growing economies. The prospects of rapid economic growth and rising prosperity would present Pakistanis with an alternative future that is founded on science and technology and globalization, the future that Benazir Bhutto has come to symbolize.

  6. This is an excellent article written by someone who knows what is going on in Pakistan.

  7. How Pakistan, after being destroyed in its occupied Kashmir area of Indian land, the muslim terrorists crossed over to India and started killing Hindus. Why such a genocide of Hindus is still going on is still a mystery to me. The world should join together to eliminate the terrorist muslims.

  8. Pakistanis are world’s biggest drugs and women and nuclear arm traffickers. Pakistan is a medieval nation where rape, honour killing is a routine thing. It is the world’s premier university of Islamic terrorism and militancy. Even as earthquake-hit lakhs of people in Kashmir in India, Pakistani muslim terrorist are making use of the distracted Indian army at the line of control between India and Pakistan and entered Indian territory. With the help of Indian muslims these Pakistani muslim terrorists have carried out many major terrorist attacks against Indian civilians including serial bomb blasts in Mumbai.

  9. Thank you Mr. Don, Mr. Victor, Mr. Rahman, Ms Fatima, Batra and Mr. Krishna. Thank you all once again for your valuable Comments and thanks for your encouragements.

  10. یہودیوں کے سانحہ سے ہوم (کے) اور دنیا کا احترام کرنے پر مجبور ہوگئے, ان کے ساتھ ساتھ اپنے علم نہیں, ان کے دہشت گردی کے کام نہیں, ان کی بڑی اور چلنے لگا. کام انسانیت کی ایجادات اور سائنس کے 19 ویں اور 20 ویں صدی کے یہودی سائنس دانوں. 15 ملین افراد, منتشر دنیا بھر میں امریکہ کے ذریعے اپنے حقوق اور جیت کام اور علم ہے. ہم نے نہیں دیکھا ایک یہودی دھموکا میں خود کو ایک جرمن ریسٹورنٹ.

  11. Pakistan , biggest terrorist country in the world.Most outrageous lies by Pakistan, we can’t control our territories and can’t control our people . At the same time we will not let the world attack those territories . The ISI( Pakistan intelligence agency) is out of control and run by Al-Quida. The 9-11 in USA was planned by Al-Quida and ISI. If the world destroys ISI , world will be free of terrorism. Soon Al-Quida and ISI will start nuking countries

  12. Pakistani leaders maintained a nice policy to make US leaders dumb for years. They denies their involvement and same time help, host terrorists at back door. Just think this way – if they REALLY wanted to remove terrorism from their country, they could have done it before since they have power, authority, US suppot & everything they needed.

    OBAMA ADMINISTRATION: WAKE UP BEFORE ITS TOO LATE

  13. Pakistan is no longer a decent country to be concidered.They are teaching misinterpreted Islam to young and innocent Pakistani muslims.They are brain washed and injected with venom of anti Indian attitude.They will blame anything and everything what Indians do and think.They are frustrated over the modern outlook and vision of India.They are on a arms buying spree,using their tax payer’s money and satisfy them by making anti-Indian statements.Muslims of Pakistan like idiots rejoice over the statements.they are not aware of what they are really up to.A Fundamental,Terrorist,Narcotic,Militent,Violent minority killing and directionless place on earth.The sad part is that place is next to the greatest democracy on the earth….that is Hindustan.The situation is even worst when we take a indepth look at the plight of Pakistan,The so called coward jehaadi’s control Pakistan.The so Called BOMB is within the arms reach of these fanatic,mad,idiots who can use this on Pakistan itself.But surely Pakistan is in for a self destruction and speeding by the day,by the hour,by the minute,by the second towards distruction.They are frustrated and uncomtrollable.they don’t care about democracy and civilized society,All they want is Polygamy and fake islam.So be aware of these unislamic terrorist supporting muslims and be ready to show their real place.

  14. Indeed this is the need and call of the hour!!! The views of Patriotic Australian Prime Minister

    Prime Minister John Howard – Australia

    Muslims who want to live under Islamic Sharia law were told on Wednesday to get out of Australia , as the government targeted radicals in a bid to head off potential terror attacks.

    Separately, Howard angered some Australian Muslims on Wednesday by saying he supported spy agencies monitoring the nation’s mosques.
    Quote:
    ‘IMMIGRANTS, NOT AUSTRALIANS, MUST ADAPT. Take It Or Leave It. I am tired of this nation worrying about whether we are offending some individual or their culture. Since the terrorist attacks on Bali , we have experienced a surge in patriotism by the majority of Australians.’

    ‘This culture has been developed over two centuries of struggles, trials and victories by millions of men and women who have sought freedom’

    ‘We speak mainly ENGLISH, not Spanish, Lebanese, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, or any other language. Therefore, if you wish to become part of our society . Learn the language!’

    ‘Most Australians believe in God. This is not some Christian, right wing, political push, but a fact, because Christian men and women, on Christian principles, founded this nation, and this is clearly documented. It is certainly appropriate to display it on the walls of our schools. If God offends you, then I suggest you consider another part of the world as your new home, because God is part of our culture.’

    ‘We will accept your beliefs, and will not question why. All we ask is that you accept ours, and live in harmony and peaceful enjoyment with us.’

    ‘This is OUR COUNTRY, OUR LAND, and OUR LIFESTYLE, and we will allow you every opportunity to enjoy all this. But once you are done complaining, whining, and griping about Our Flag, Our Pledge, Our Christian beliefs, or Our Way of Life, I highly encourage you take advantage of one other great Australian freedom,’THE RIGHT TO LEAVE’.’

    ‘If you aren’t happy here then LEAVE. We didn’t force you to come here. You asked to be here. So accept the country YOU accepted.’

  15. Of the various ideological streams that currently inspire and provoke political violence and terrorism in South Asia, the most destabilizing and lethal, and the one with the greatest extra-regional impact, is Islamist terrorism. A multiplicity of sub-sets and a complex, sometimes conflicting scheme of inter-linkages, has been documented in connection with the extended range of Islamist terrorist groups operating in the region.

    Various shades of radical political Islam colour, indeed define, the Pakistani identity and nation, even as the country is positioned at the heart of contemporary Islamist terrorism. Extremist Islam is, and has long been, the state’s principal tool of internal political mobilisation and of external projection in an extraordinary and audacious enterprise of strategic overextension. Crucially, the footprint of almost every major act of international Islamist terrorism, for some time before 9/11 and continuously thereafter, invariably passes through Pakistan. After 9/11, the U.S. campaign in Afghanistan, and the stark choice given to the Pakistani leadership, the dynamics of the Islamist terrorist enterprise in South Asia have undergone dramatic adaptive adjustments and modifications. Essentially, however, this dynamic, its underlying ideologies, and its motivational and institutional structures, remain intact.

    There is strong and cumulative evidence that the Pakistani power elite, located in the regressive military-mullah-feudal combine, is yet to abandon terrorism as a tactical and strategic tool to secure what it perceives as the country’s quest for ‘strategic depth’ in the region. This remains the case despite the increasing ‘blowback’ of Islamist terrorist violence within the country, and the progressive erosion of the Army’s status and control in expanding areas of the country. While the Pakistani Army has taken selective action against particular groups of Islamist terrorists – particularly those who have turned against the state, who have attacked President Musharraf and senior Army and Government functionaries, who have engaged in sectarian terrorism within the country, or who are targeted specifically on behalf of, and under pressure from, the US – it is the case that Pakistan continues to support and encourage the activities of a wide range of terrorist and Islamist extremist organisations. This is particularly the case with organisations that are active in Afghanistan – including remnants of the Taliban – and in India.

    Despite cosmetic policy changes and some tokenism – including formal bans on a number of terrorist organisations – many prominent Islamist terrorist organisations continue to operate with a high measure of freedom in and from Pakistan.

  16. It is time for the international community to think whether to declare Pakistan a terrorist country

  17. People of all religions or no religion are capable of hatred and violence, but whilst the core teaching of Christ or Buddha or Hinduism or Judaism is peaceful and aimed towards all mankind it is not the case with the quran. The teachings are only meant for muslims. If there are any morals and virtues to be found it is only towards other muslims and not mankind. There is nothing in the quran for non muslims except threats, hatred and violence. It has only one goal : convert everyone to islam.

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    To understand the violence in islam, one has to inderstand it’s founder, here is some information about him from the book “Understanding Mohammad” by Ali Sina.

    Muhammad is one of the world most influential man indeed, historians tell us Muhammad used to withdraw to a cave, spending days wrapped in his thoughts. He heard bells ringing and had ghostly visions. He thought he was demon possessed, until his wife reassured him he had become a prophet. Convinced of his status, he was intolerant of those who rejected him, assassinated those who criticized him, raided, looted, and massacred entire populations. He reduced thousands to slavery, raped, and allowed his men to rape female captives. All of this, he did with a clear conscience and a sense of entitlement. He was magnanimous toward those who admired him, but vengeful toward those who did not. He believed he was the most perfect human creation and the universe’s raison d’être. Muhammad was no ordinary man. Islam is Muhammadanism. Muslims worship and emulate Muhammad. Only by understanding him can one know what makes them tick. Muhammad had a loveless childhood. He then passed to the care of relatives who took pity on him and spoiled him. As the result he developed narcissistic personality disorder, a trait that made him a megalomaniac bereft of conscience. Muhammad believed in his own cause. Even when he lied, he felt entitled and justified to do so. Thanks to another mental illness, namely temporal lobe epilepsy, the prophet of Islam had vivid hallucinations he interpreted as mystical and divine intimations. He also suffered from obsessive compulsive disorder, causing his fixations on numbers, rituals and stringent rules. In the addition, he suffered from acromegaly, a disease caused by excessive production of a growth hormone resulting in large bones and odd facial features. The combination of his psychological disorders and his unusual physiognomy made him a phenomenon that set him apart from ordinary people. His uneducated followers interpreted his differences as signs of his prophethood. Like devotees of all cults, they rose to champion his cause with dedication. By defying death and butchering others they made Islam the world’s second largest religion, now the biggest threat to world peace.

  18. Islam, they say that they are for peace, but in reality they preach violence in their mosques. No other religion preaches violence, even towards their enemies. Places where Muslims are very few there is no trouble .Look at Japan, South America and Finland or Norway. Few Muslims, no violence.

  19. Despite Pakistani government’s fake and showy cooperation with the United States, Pakistan is home to many Islamist extremists, most of them with links to al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups. Islamic militants have conducted several terrorist attacks on Americans and other Westerners in Pakistan since September 11, including the abduction and Beheading of Daniel pearl and Piotr Stanczak. Thanks to shared Islamist sympathies and ethnic ties, some Pakistanis have also helped Taliban and al-Qaeda fighters fleeing from Afghanistan take refuge throughout Pakistan. U.S. officials are now seeing a regeneration of al-Qaeda in urban areas of Pakistan towns like Peshawar Quetta and mainly in the Northwest Frontier province, a lawless tribal region on the Afghan border inhabited by Pashtuns, the Taliban’s dominant ethnic group.

  20. US Vice President Joseph R Biden has reiterated President Barack Obama’s campaign stand that he would not hesitate to attack actionable targets “of high-level Al Qaeda personnel” inside Pakistan. When asked if the US would notify Islamabad before any such cross- border movements, he said: “I always try to be completely candid with you, but I can’t respond to that question. I’m not going to respond to that question.” LOL we know the answer Mr.Biden

  21. Most Pakistanis are under the misinformed impression that the Kashmiris under Indian rule want to join Pakistan. Ladies and Gentlemen, I hate to break this to you but the Kashmiris are way smarter than that. They have no desire to join Pakistan given the state of our nation; rather in the best case they seek independence as has been clearly stated by their leaders. They are even willing to settle for quasi-independence if push came to shove. But to join Pakistan is definitely not an option given what a royal mess we’ve made of our own four provinces. Indian occupation has been harsh as all occupations are, but before we go out to liberate Kashmir, Palestine, and every other Muslim land in the world let us first look within and sort the matters out in our house before we embark on these ambitious journeys. And let us stop the madness and stop declaring holidays – there are far better ways to express solidarity with a people than eating halwa puri and watching mindless television.

  22. Kashmir Day is today, and people all over Pakistan are trying to figure out what to do with their Thursday. Nobody quite knows what they’re supposed to do on Kashmir Day other than sleep late, eat halwa puri, and maybe watch a few Indian movies. For the more involved, Kashmir Day provides a day for people like Qazi Hussain Ahmed to lead marches supporting the Kashmiris – Qazi Sahib is probably not too fond of halwa puri or Bollywood; and at his age sleeping in is probably not an option either. Most people that I have talked to find it absurd that Qazi Sahib and his friends never find the time to protest when militants decapitate fellow Muslims in Swat (and elsewhere in Pakistan) and blow up girls’ schools in the Northern Areas.

    Most Pakistani citizens have more than enough problems on their plate to really care about Kashmir. I mean this in the most non-offensive way possible. But let’s be honest and look around us for a moment – our country is a mess. Politically, we have had to watch insecure pygmies with fragile egos duke it out without really caring about the people who voted for them. And for good measure our political leadership’s ability to sympathize with the “masses” is manifested by them acquiring luxury vehicles, VIP perks for themselves and their families, and the pursuit of VIP aircraft which can ferry them across our pure land. The greed and avarice that’s on display would put even the most brazen Citibankers to shame – I’ll exclude Shaukat the First from that list though.

    Next up is our crumbling infrastructure about which the less said is better. Despite having mysteriously acquired nuclear weapons, Pakistani companies (both state and private) are unable to build a road which can withstand a rain or two. And then there is the power “situation”. There’s an acute shortage of power in a country which has no business having a power shortage given our geography in terms of natural water reservoirs. While far poorer countries than ours have resolved to reduce their dependence on oil as a primary source of energy for power, our bureaucrats and politicians remain clueless. For the past 9 years I have been hearing about CNG buses for Karachi as Delhi has done to reduce carbon emissions, yet nobody quite knows where these buses went to . We’ve been hearing about mass transport facilities for the citizens of our urban centers which have failed to materialize for all the wrong reasons – money. Yet there’s enough money to buy luxury vehicles for everyone and their grandmothers.

    Law and order in Pakistan would be a good idea but the less said about it the better. Our crime fighting capability is still stuck in the 18th century and I was amused to read a statement by a police official in Karachi that the fingerprint unit was going to be “reactivated”. Yes, good idea officer especially since the technology is a couple of centuries old now. While senior officials wouldn’t be caught dead (no pun intended) in anything but the latest four-wheel drive, the average cop is untrained, outgunned, unfit, dangerously unmotivated and also understaffed with some of the lowest police/population ratios in the world. The few good officers that are left in the police force and other law enforcement agencies are transferred around on the whims of politicians and bureaucrats sitting on their high perches. So it’s not exactly a surprise as to why there has been a complete breakdown of law and order.

  23. Pakistan is a haven for terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Omar, Lashkar-e-Toiba, Sipah-e-Sahaba. Pakistan is sheltering and training the Taliban in operations “which include soliciting funding for the Taliban, bankrolling Taliban operations, providing diplomatic support as the Taliban’s virtual emissaries abroad, arranging training for Taliban fighters, recruiting skilled and unskilled manpower to serve in Taliban armies, planning and directing offensives, providing and facilitating shipments of ammunition and fuel, and on several occasions apparently directly providing combat support, said the Human Rights Watch.

  24. The horrendous torture deaths in Kashmir brought about by a resort to barbaric and Islamic methods will cause a shiver down the spine of the worst Hitlerites. Burning cigarettes were applied to the naked bodies of Kashmiri Hindus. Boiling wax was poured on highly sensitive parts of their bodies. Nails were driven into their foreheads. Their eye-balls were gouged out and tongues chopped off. Male genitals were cut off. Private parts and breasts of women were hewn open. Women were ripped into two equal parts on a wood-slicing machine. Gang rapes were resorted to. Bellies were ripped open for entrails to spill out. Hairs from the heads were plucked out. They were hanged and bullets pumped into their bodies. Kidneys were extracted from the victims and offered to their parents to chew them at pain of death. Brains were hammered. All barbaric.
    Torture deaths have been brought about by the following cruel and savage practices:
    1. Hanging
    2. Burning alive
    3. Strangulation by steel wires
    4. Draining of blood in hospitals
    5. Drowning alive
    6. Beating to death
    7. Dragging to death
    8. Breaking of body parts
    9. Dismemberment of body
    10. Slicing
    11. Fleecing
    12. Gouging of eye balls
    13. Branding with red-hot iron bars
    14. Impaling
    15. Slaughter
    16. Beheading.

    Please world take notice of us Kashmiri Hindus, Pleaseee………

  25. Taliban-control all parts of the NWFP. In Peshawar, one of the most open and accessible areas of the province, one can feel the tension on the streets. There are hardly any women out in public. The city, which has suffered numerous suicide attacks

  26. The headquarters of al-Qaeda, the headquarters of the Taliban, the headquarters of Lashkar-e-Toiba, the headquarters of Jaish-e-Mohammad is in the world centre of terrorism – Pakistan. not just that In today world, all the roads of world terrorism lead to Pakistan.

  27. Legacies aren’t enough in Pakistan. They never were, but now we have ample proof why. Personalities and dynasties are meaningless in a country where, every day, gastrointestinal disease kills children because they have no access to potable water. Legacies are insulting in the face of mass suicides, carried out by members of Pakistan’s poorer classes because they simply can no longer afford to live.

    Mohammad Azam Khan worked for a private cable channel. He killed himself in early December, having not received a salary for five months. His colleagues held protest rallies around the country, but no one – especially not the media – wants us to remember his name or why he felt he had no choice but to take his own life.

    Pakistanis have bigger problems to contend with, bigger causes to grieve for than Benazir Bhutto. And yet, a year on from her death, we are still at the mercy of our ghosts.

  28. The treatment for women has already worsened with the new Taliban rule in Pakistan. How is the world okay with this situation, people are beheaded everyday, women are not allowed to have any sort of education, what we are witnessing is going back a whole generation.

  29. Like the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in America, the Mumbai terrorist assault last week began with a hijacking. Islamic militants seized a private fishing boat at sea rather than commercial jetliners, according to U.S. counterterrorism officials. But the attackers displayed the same deadly ability to coordinate a complex operation against multiple targets as did their predecessors on Sept. 11.

    The terrorists were from a Pakistani group called Lashkar-i-Taiba, which has loose links with al-Qaeda, U.S officials believe. The attackers began by boarding the boat in the Arabian Sea and killing the captain. They then piloted the boat toward the Mumbai harbor. As they neared the coast on Wednesday, Nov. 26, they launched several rubber lifeboats for the final amphibious assault.

  30. Let me tell you something.
    Muslims are not bad.Their ideology is bad.Muslims should stop thinking that ISLAM is the best religion.Thats so stupid
    And the concept of kafir or infidel is ridiculous.I mean common people.I cant believe ISLAM wants kafirs to be killed 🙂

  31. the next nation to be formed in the space of 2 years will be AZAD BALOCHISTAN tum paki agr rokk sakte ho to rok lena


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