Archive for August 26th, 2009

Free them All………. Let Taliban Reign in Pakistan. LeT,TTP,TNSM, JuD are the torch bearers of Islam. They can do no wrong. They can only set ablaze this unholy world of Kaffirs and Murtads.

August 26, 2009


Sufi Mohammad’s detention challenged in court

Tuesday, 18 Aug, 2009 | 04:47 PM PST |

  PESHAWAR: Tehreek-i-Nifaz-i-Shariat-i-Muhammadi (TNSM) chief Sufi Mohammad’s detention has been challenged at the Peshawar High Court, DawnNews reported court sources as saying on Tuesday.

Detention of Sufi Mohammad and his three sons was challenged under the 3-MPO, sources said.

Justice Dost Mohammad Khan of the Peshawar High Court subsequently summoned the District Coordination Officers of Peshawar and Swat and ordered them to present records before the Peshawar High Court on August 30. — DawnNews < >


Pak court releases Sufi’s three sons for lack of evidence

Report by Rezaul-H-Laskar

Press Trust Of India , Islamabad, August 26, 2009

Pakistani court on Wednesday ordered the release from detention of three sons of hardline cleric Sufi Mohammad, who was arrested last month for his links to the Taliban in Swat, saying the authorities failed to provide ‘sufficient proof’ of their involvement in acts of terrorism.

The Peshawar High Court accepted a petition from Mohammad’s sons – Rizwanullah, Hayatullah, and Ziaullah – challenging their detention.

It granted bail to them and ordered that they should be released from prison if no other cases were pending against them. The court noted that the government of the North West Frontier Province had not given ‘sufficient proof’ of the three men’s involvement in acts of terrorism.

The three men were arrested along with their father, the head of the banned Tehrik-e-Nifaz-e-Shariah Mohammadi, from their residence in Peshawar on July 22. They were later sent to prison under the provision of the Maintenance of Public Order law, which allows people to be detained without charges being filed against them.

Police in Swat have booked Sufi Mohammad under the Anti-Terrorism Act and other laws for his links with Taliban fighters led by his son-in-law Maulana Fazlullah. He has also been charged with treason.


Pakistan a RCN to the World

August 26, 2009


Interpol issues Red Corner notice against Hafiz Saeed

Times Now 26 August 2009, 12:00am IST

NEW DELHI: Interpol has issued a Red Corner Notice (RCN) on Tuesday against Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, who has been chargesheeted for Masterminding the 26/11 Mumbai attack carnage. ( Watch Video )

The notice will make it difficult for Pakistan to let the dreaded chief of JuD roam freely.

Earlier, government sources said that the CBI, which acts as the nodal agency for all dealings with Interpol, has already written to the world police body, based on the 26/11 chargesheet, to get an RCN issued against Saeed who was let off by the Lahore High Court as Islamabad didn’t press charges against him.

Interpol issues an RCN against any accused after it receives all information and evidence against him from the country in which the crime has been committed.

“The RCN will be issued on the basis of the non-bailable warrant issued against Saeed by a Mumbai court earlier and also all the evidences gathered against him by the Mumbai police. These have been handed over to the CBI to let the agency take up the case with Interpol,” said a source to Times Now.

While Saeed is known for his venomous utterances against India for several years, 26/11 is the first time his name has featured in a chargesheet. According to the evidence provided by India to Pakistan, Saeed motivated terrorists to attack M_Id_90414_Hafeez_SaeedMumbai and was also involved in their training.

The Mumbai police have said that Saeed was among the 35 people who provided training to all the terrorists who executed 26/11 between 2007-08 at Muridke, Manshera, Muzzafarabad, Azizabad and other places in PoK.

Ajmal Kasab, in fact, had admitted in his confession before the Mumbai police that Saeed personally saw the terrorists off in Karachi a few days before the Mumbai attacks. Pakistan has defended its refusal to act against Saeed by saying that India has not given evidence against him. This slim dossier which was delivered to Pakistan on Friday focuses on Saeed’s role in 26/11 and emphasises Saeed being officially declared terrorist by UN Security Council should be strong enough reason for Pakistan to nail him.

In keeping with India’s bid to keep the pressure going on Pakistan, foreign minister S M Krishna on Saturday said that India will keep providing more evidence on 26/11 to Pakistan. “As and when, we collect more evidence we will keep sending it across to Pakistan and that is what the foreign secretary did yesterday,” Krishna said. Sources said that a Blue Corner Notice, which is meant to collect additional information about a person’s identity and activities in relation to a crime, was already in place against Saeed. The RCN, once issued, can prevent Saeed from moving out of Pakistan.

An RCN, however, is not an international arrest warrant and Interpol cannot force Pakistan to arrest Saeed. India had earlier managed to get an RCN issued against Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Maulana Masood Azhar but it could not force Pakistan take any tangible action against him. There are some countries though which look upon an RCN as a valid warrant for provisional arrest, especially if the accused caught is wanted by a country with which it has an extradition treaty.

According to Interpol, RCN is issued in two types of cases; the first type is based on an arrest warrant and is issued for a person wanted for prosecution and the second is based on a court decision for a person wanted to serve a sentence. Saeed was placed under house arrest by Pakistan in December after the UN Security Council Taliban and al-Qaida sanctions committee banned JuD in December 2008 and declared Saeed a terrorist.

The Lahore High Court, however, let Saeed off in June citing the fact that no evidence had been provided by the government to justify his detention. The Punjab government later backtracked from its statement that it would challenge his release in the Supreme Court. The Punjab law minister, Rana Sanaullah Khan, had then made the startling confession that the federal government had not shared the “confidential evidence” it had with the state government.

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Rigorous in Ramzan :: No way out in Pakistan

August 26, 2009

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Pak rules out ceasefire with militants for Ramzan

PTI 24 August 2009, 07:14pm IST

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has ruled out a ceasefire against Taliban during the holy month of Ramzan, interior minister Rehman Malik has said, asserting that the militants had not kept similar commitments made in the past.

Malik declared that the security forces would continue their operations against the Taliban even during the holy month of Ramzan, considered a time of peace.

“There will not be a ceasefire during Ramzan. We are not interested in a ceasefire. They haven’t kept their commitment in the past. We will continue targeted actions against the Taliban,” said Malik.

His comments assumes significance as Pakistan Army is poised to strike against Taliban and al Qaeda strongholds in Sacristan and is continuing operations against militants in Swat, Dir and Buner.

The minister ruled out a brief halt in the fighting even as a powerful North Waziristan-based Taliban faction led by Hafiz Gul Bahadur declared a 40-day unilateral ceasefire for Ramzan and asked its fighters to stop attacks on security forces and government facilities.

The interior minister said the government has not accepted this ceasefire as the Taliban violated accords with the authorities in the past.

Malik also said that the father-in-law of Baithullah Mehsud and some of his relatives had been killed by the militants after being accused of providing information that led to the rebel commander’s death in a US drone attack on August 5.


Ramzan Schedule                                          Fiqa-i-Hanafi

  Date          Sehar        Iftar …………..Date          Sehar        Iftar 

 22.8.2009 5.47 am 8.02 pm ……….23.8.2009 5.47 am 8.01 pm

24.8.2009 5.48 am 8.01 pm…………25.8.2009 5.49 am 8.00 pm

26.8.2009 5.49 am 7.59 pm…………27.8.2009 5.50 am 7.58 pm

28.8.2009 5.50 am 7.57 pm………..29.8.2009 5.51 am 7.56 pm

30.8.2009 5.52 am 7.55 pm………..31.8.2009 5.52 am 7.54 pm

01.9.2009 5.52 am 7.53 pm…………02.9.2009 5.53 am 7.51 pm

03.9.2009 5.53 am 7.50 pm………..04.9.2009 5.54 am 7.49 pm

05.9.2009 5.54 am 7.48 pm…………06.9.2009 5.55 am 7.47 pm

07.9.2009 5.55 am 7.46 pm………….08.9.2009 5.56 am 7.45 pm

09.9.2009 5.56 am 7.44 pm………….10.9.2009 5.57 am 7.43 pm

11.9.2009 5.57 am 7.42 pm………….12.9.2009 5.58 am 7.41 pm

13.9.2009 5.58 am 7.40 pm…………14.9.2009 5.59 am 7.39 pm

15.9.2009 5.59 am 7.38 pm………….16.9.2009 6.00 am 7.37 pm

17.9.2009 6.00 am 7.36 pm…………18.9.2009 6.01 am 7.35 pm

19.9.2009 6.01 am 7.34 pm………..20.9.2009 6.02 am 7.33 pm 

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