Archive for February 7th, 2009

Who created the Pakistani Hell Of High Terror ?

February 7, 2009

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Blast kills at least 25 in Pakistan
Xinhua | Islamabad

At least 25 people were killed and around 30 others injured on Thursday in a bomb blast in Pakistan’s eastern Punjab Province, local TV reports said.

The blast occurred during a procession taken out to mark the Hazrat Imam Hussain martyrdom anniversary in Wadani area in Dera Ghazi Khan City of the province. Witnesses said they saw bodies and scores of others injured lying on the road shortly after the blast.

The bomb exploded outside the Wadani Imam Bargha mosque located near a bus station in the city centre. The Markazai Shia Council said it had informed the local police about a possible terrorist attack, and complained that no action was taken to beef up the security in the area.

alertpak saw …Another suicidal bomb attack caused at least 25 casualties in Dera Ghazi Khan City along with many injuries of another victims over 50. It is reported that the fanatic Sunnis attacked the Shiahs on their prayer Session. They are all Muslims fighting each other. No Hindu or Christian ‘Kaffirs’ should be blamed upon for these. The history of the middle east in recent times only tells us the story of in-fighting of different sects of muslims and between different Islamic States. Sorry! Hindus or other non muslims are not responsible for that. The Islam destroys the peace process of this Universe. The ISI has planned to promote the Jehadi activities through the serial blasts everywhere and 26/11 like terror in India. But are they safe in their own land P-A-K-I-S-T-A-N ? It is supposed that more than 60 blasts paralysed their normal life tolling 3000 lives including their PM Benajir Bhutto in the last five years. They saw the plight of Hotel Marriot and other places, but took no lesson from that. Such state sponsored Terrorist activities and brutal pan Islamic activities should be abandoned immediately.
Courtesy: The Pioneer, 06/02/2009

Pak Connexion in 26/11 Mumbai Plot.

February 7, 2009

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Pak may name HuJI, ‘local links’ in Mumbai plot
Islamabad: Pakistani investigators probing the Mumbai attacks are closing in on a Bangladeshi connection to the terrorist strike and are said to have evidence of not only the involvement of a banned militant organisation, Harkat-ul-Jihad-al Islami, Bangladesh (HuJI-B), but also of its role in planning the attack and training the terrorists.
A reference in this regard is likely to be made in the report of the country’s premier investigation agency, FIA, that will be shared soon with India as findings of preliminary investigations.
The report is likely to indicate that the Mumbai attack was the handiwork of an “international network of Muslim fundamentalists” present in South Asia and spread all the way to Middle East; and may build the case for regional anti-terror cooperation.
The investigators were intensely probing, the sources said, if at least one of the Mumbai attackers was of Bangladesh origin. A senior Western diplomat confirmed this and said there was a strong possibility that one of the attackers was a Bangladeshi national.
It has already been established that Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone surviving gunman involved in the Mumbai attacks, was of Pakistani origin but the identity of the other nine terrorists killed in the incident is yet to be determined although India has been claiming that they were Pakistanis.
Although the Bangladesh connection has emerged quite prominently in the investigations, there are clear indications that some of the planning for the attacks was done in Dubai and there is also an element of local Indian support.
New Delhi: In a direct indictment of the Pakistani establishment, Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon has said its spy agency ISI is linked to those who organised the Terror attacks in Mumbai and on the Indian embassy in Kabul.
“The perpetrators planned, trained and launched their attacks from Pakistan, and the organisers were and remain clients and creations of the ISI,” Menon said in a speech in Paris. “We, in India, are next to the epicentre of international terrorism in Pakistan.”
The speech was delivered at a foreign affairs conference at the Institute Francais des Relations Internationales on Wednesday but was released to the media on Thursday by the Ministry of External Affairs.
Menon said those behind the carnages are known to prepare for strikes across the world and cautioned against any “compromise” with such forces.
He also indicated India’s opposition to the sale of arms to Pakistan by the US and others in the name of fight against terrorism, saying such supplies were “totally unrelated” to the objective meant for and rather act as “whisky to an alcoholic, a drug reinforcing an addiction”.
India has “directly suffered the consequences of linkages and relationships among terrorist organisations, their support structures, official sponsors and funding mechanisms, which transcend national borders but operate within them,” he said in a clear reference to Pakistan. “Any compromise with such forces, howsoever, pragmatic or opportune it might appear momentarily, only encourages them.”
He said two months after the Mumbai attacks and one month after India presented a “dossier of evidence” linking the attacks to elements in Pakistan, “we still await a response from the Pakistani authorities, and prevarication continues”.
In New Delhi, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee told visiting UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon that when Pakistan has not been able to investigate Benazir Bhutto’s assassination and the UN has to probe, then how can its investigation be taken seriously. In Islamabad, Ban Ki-moon had announced a UN probe into Bhutto’s killing.
Meanwhile, the MEA spokesperson, referring to reports about a public meeting of banned organizations in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, said: “We have seen reports that representatives of terrorist groups Jaish-e-Muhammad, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, Jamaat-ud-Dawa participated in a public meeting yesterday at Muzaffarabad in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. No effort was made by the authorities to curb the activities of these groups. We strongly condemn the license that banned terrorist organisations continue to enjoy in territory under Pakistan’s control.”
With the US today confirming that Richard Holbrooke, US Special Representative on Pakistan and Afghanistan, would be visiting India next week, New Delhi also sought to link peace in Afghanistan with the elimination of the international terrorist infrastructure in Pakistan.
Source: Internet.

Direct Jab To Pakistan

February 7, 2009

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Direct Jab to PAKISTAN in Paris by S.S. Menon, Foreign Secretary, Govt. of INDIA.
NEWS BUREAU, THE TELEGRAPH

New Delhi/Islamabad, Feb. 5,2009: India today blamed spy agency ISI for the Mumbai terror attacks, in its most direct accusation yet against Pakistan.
Speaking about the threat of terror in the neighbourhood, foreign secretary Shiv Shankar Menon said in Paris: “For India, the most graphic recent instances were the bombing of our embassy in Kabul on July 7, 2008, and the Mumbai attacks of November 26, 2008. In each case, the perpetrators planned, trained and launched their attacks from Pakistan, and the organisers were and remain clients and creations of the ISI.”
So far, India has blamed elements in Pakistan for the terror attack on Mumbai and hinted at ISI support for the terrorists but this is the first time it has named the Pakistan spy agency. However, it has blamed the ISI for the Kabul attacks in the past, too.
In Delhi, foreign ministry spokesperson Vishnu Prakash said banned terrorist groups continued to thrive in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
“We have seen reports that representatives of the terrorist groups Jaish-e-Mohammad, Harkat-ul Mujahideen and Jamaat-ud-Dawa participated in a public meeting yesterday at Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. No effort was made by the authorities to curb the activities of these groups. We strongly condemn the licence that banned terrorist organisations continue to enjoy in territory under Pakistan’s control,” he said.
Vishnu Prakash added that concerns that prompted the travel advisory on December 26, 2008, asking Indians to stay away from Pakistan, still exist. “Indian nationals are advised that it would be unsafe for them to travel or be in Pakistan,” he said.
The foreign ministry has sought details from the high commission in Islamabad about two Indian journalists being attacked there.
Menon, who was speaking on Indian foreign policy, said Islamabad continued to avoid replying to the Indian dossier containing evidence regarding the Mumbai attacks.
“Two months after the Mumbai attacks, and one month after we presented a dossier of evidence linking the attacks to elements in Pakistan, we still await a response from the Pakistani authorities, and prevarication continues,” Menon said.
India lives “next to the epicentre of international terrorism in Pakistan”, he added.
In Islamabad, local media reports said Pakistani investigators probing the Mumbai attacks were closing in on a Bangladeshi connection to the terrorist strike.
“The investigators are said to have evidence of not only the involvement of a banned militant organisation, the Harkat-ul-Jihad-al Islami, Bangladesh, but also of its role in planning the attack and training the terrorists,” the English daily Dawn reported.
Pakistani officials termed the reports “premature”.
“It is premature to draw such conclusions at this stage while a report is being given final touches after review by the law department,” a senior official said. “It is like jumping the gun.”
The official said the report was still under “serious” review in the interior ministry and Pakistani officials had tried to prepare a “clause-by-clause” response to the evidence New Delhi had provided.
He said the summary of the report would soon be submitted to Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani.
Interior ministry spokesperson Shahidullah Baig refused to comment, saying only ministry chief Rehman Malik was authorised to speak.
The Dawn said there were also clear indications that some of the planning was done in Dubai.
“There is also an element of local Indian support,” the daily added.
Courtesy: The Telegraph, 06/02/2009. http://www.telegraphindia.com

Al-Qaeda’s Second Home in Pakistan

February 7, 2009

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“Al-Qaeda becoming a growing challenge for US” ———-
Are US ready to finish Al-Qaeda’s Second Home in Pakistan?

Washington: In the backdrop of reports that Al Qaeda has established a strong base in Yemen to target America, the US has termed the terrorist organisation as a “growing challenge” for it.
Without going into specifics of reports related to Yemen, the State Department spokesperson, Robert Wood told reporters in response to a question that the US is working with partners across the globe to eliminate the threat of Al Qaeda.
It’s not easy. This is a growing challenge for the United States,” Wood said and referred to the recent statement of President Barack Obama in which he had said that “this is something that the US has to meet, there is no alternative but to meet this challenge”.
“We need to work closely with our partners and others around the world to try to do what we can to eliminate the threat,” Wood said.
He said there are concerns about Al-Qaeda activity in a number of places around the world, not just Yemen.
“Let me just say that al-Qaeda remains a concern for us in a number of places around the world. It’s still active. It still remains a threat to the US and its allies. And we’ll continue to pursue al-Qaeda,” he said, adding that Al-Qaeda is operating in a number of places around the world.
The Afgan Territory is the main land of Talibani and the Al-Qaeda Terrorism. But the soil of Pakistan has always been used by Al-Qaeda outfits for their Pan-Islamic and Jehadi activities. They are not only challenging the US, ISRAEL or INDIA through 9/11 or 26/11 terrors the have challenged the whole humanity in the name of Islamic Jehad and Pan Islamic Brutal ideas. Without finishing these second home of al-Qaeda in Pakistan, it is impossible to solve the problem of such fanatic Terrorist Jehadi groups.
It is the just time to be united against these barbaric activities of Al-Qaeda, Jamat-ud-adwa, Jaiesh-e-Mohammed, Harkat-ul-Mujahidin or Indian Mujahidin.
US, ISRAEL & INDIA SHOULD BE UNITED TO FIGHT AGAINST THE CHALLENGE OF ISLAMIC TERRORISM.
Input Courtesy: The Indian Express,06/02/2009. http://www.indianexpress.com