Archive for January, 2010

After the collapse of the Taliban government in Kabul, India came into action. Many Pakistanis were abducted from Afghanistan and secretly transferred to India. Some of them were used to recruit terrorists and informants inside Pakistan. Others are killed by Indian security in occupied Kashmir and then bodies are presented to foreign diplomats in New Delhi as evidence of ‘terrorism’ from Pakistan. On Jan. 1, 2010, India failed to exchange with Pakistan a list of Pakistani prisoners in Indian jails. Unfortunately, weak Pakistani politicians and a confused Pakistani media have failed to pay attention to the fact that every single Pakistani citizen returning from Indian jails comes back with acute mental disorders due to torture. In this case, investigated by the Daily Mail, Indian government held three alleged Pakistani ‘terrorists’ but when time came to release them to Pakistan, the three mysteriously disappeared in India.

From Ajay Mehta
The Daily Mail of Pakistan.
Monday, 4 January 2010.

NEW DELHI—In a rather mysterious move, Indian intelligence agency, Research & Analysis Wing (RAW) on Friday kidnapped three Pakistani nationals from New Delhi after they had completed their sentence in prison and the Indian authorities had taken them to a hospital, prior to deport them back to Pakistan, reveal the findings of the investigations made into the matter by The Daily Mail.

According to The Daily Mail’s findings the Delhi Police, on the evening of the 1st of January, 2010 announced that three ‘high profile terrorists, belonging to Pakistan managed to escape from the official custody while the authorities had taken them to an official hospital to meet the procedure, required to deport them to their home country as they had completed the term of the sentence, awarded to them by the court, some ten years back.
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Dr. Mahru Khalid

As I sit in my room writing this, I can hear Indian music playing on the television outside. I know that it is a Pakistani channel, and I can hear snatches of people singing praises of how wonderful Indian music and artists are. It has been going on for the last 2 hours and may as well go on for another 2. This is what I have come to expect from my country’s media.

I refuse to go outside and watch that. Because, you see, I’m more intrigued by a news channel telling us how truckloads of Indian ammunition are being discovered by the Pak army in South Waziristan, by someone revealing how the Takfiri TTP are being financed by Indo-American (and other foreign) forces, and how names like Blackwater, Xe, DynaCorp., are raising their ugly heads and infiltrating into the Pakistani society. Rather than watching Indian movies, I’m more entertained when I go on the internet and read stories of how Mumbai investigator Mr. Hemant Karkare was silenced forever because he could have spilled the beans that Mumbai was an inside job, how the militants who carried out that attack had stayed at a guest house called Nariman House for several days before the attack, and where they were provided food, ammunition, and arms in full knowledge of the Mumbai police, how the 40,000 strong Mumbai police was deliberately kept away from the scene of the shooting, as the terrorists went about their merry way killing people. All this from the pen of a respected Indian writer, Mr. Amaresh Mishra, for me, beats the most smoothly done Indian movie anyday

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· “Selected” Pakistani participants invited to discuss autonomy for ‘Balochistan and Kashmir.’

· Unfortunately, the Pakistani media is clueless and is portraying this Jan. 10, 2010 seminar in New Delhi as a success for peaceniks in Pakistan and India.

· No less than a former Pakistani federal minister has come out to endorse this seminar where an Indian-occupied territory has been equalized with Indian-fed terrorism inside a Pakistani province.

· Interestingly, the only Pakistani so far to accept the invitation is a Pakistani journalist from Quetta who is supports Indian-backed terrorism in the province. And this Pakistani participant happens to be a graduate of an Indian training school.

· List of Pakistani participants includes most of those names who are regular visitors of the Indian embassy in Islamabad

From Christina Palmer

The Daily Mail of Pakistan

Wednesday, 6 January 2010.


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Anti-Americanism in Pakistan

Posted: January 11, 2010 in Uncategorized

Ahmed Quraishi and PPPs State Minister for Foreign Affairs slug it out in this thought-provoking debate on what Washington is doing wrong in Pakistan. US is deliberately confusing issues. Pakistanis dont hate America. They resent US meddling. US media ignores this subtle difference in order to demonize Pakistan, which appears to be the general direction of the US policy. (URDU)

After Pakistan Ordinance Factory (POF) succesfully unveiled its ‘POF-EYE CornerShot’ at IDEAS-2008 last year, India has launched its own hunt for a similar weapon. Currently Pakistan and Israel are the only two countries who manufacture the CornerShot gun.

Times of India

NEW DELHI: Having learnt lessons from the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai, the Army has launched a global hunt for suitable weapon systems `for shooting around the corner’ for its troops involved in counter-terrorism operations.

These `cornershot’ rifles and pistols, with detachable high-resolution video cameras and monitors mounted on them, will help Army special forces like the Para-SF units to effectively tackle terrorists in urban warfare scenarios.

“Such close-quarter combat weapons will help our commandos to observe and engage targets from behind a corner — for instance, while storming a building or a room — without exposing themselves to direct fire from terrorists,” said an officer.

“American, Israeli, Pakistani and a few other forces already use such weapons… The front parts of their barrels, mounted with video cameras, can swivel 60 to 70 degree on either side to scan and direct fire around corners,” he added.

Floating the Request for Information (RFI), the Army’s weapons and equipment directorate wants armament companies to submit their proposals by January 30. This comes soon after elite counter-terror force National Security Guards launched the process to acquire cornershot weapons as well as wall surveillance radars to monitor what is the situation inside a room without actually entering it.

“Such new-generation equipment is very effective in neutralising terrorists in situations like 26/11, where commandos had to clear the five-star hotels in room-to-room flushing out operations,” said the officer.

The Army’s RFI specifies the cornershot weapons must be able to `engage targets effectively beyond 200 metres’ and have day/night vision capability.

While the exact number of the weapons to be acquired is yet to be finalised, officers said transfer of technology to manufacture them indigenously was being sought since “a large quantity” was required.

“The weapon systems should also have image downloading and transmission capability so that the enemy can be located and information shared with other troops to enable the commandos to take the best positions to engage the targets,” said an officer.

Surah Al-Kahf Quartret

Posted: January 4, 2010 in Uncategorized

Our Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him warned us of the end of times. He told us Minor and Major signs of End of Times in which 2 were Dajjal and Yajuj Majuj (Anti-Christ, Gog and Magog). He warned us that the end times will be times of Dajjal who will deceive us on every possible ground. He said to recite 1st 10 verses of Surah Al-Kahf so that the believers do not fall in the trap of Dajjal.

Many of us recite Surah Al-Kahf but now is the time that we should know why he told us to recite this Surah in Particular. A very brilliant Scholar named Imran Nazar Hosein have produced original work on these issues and every Believing Muslim should read these books. He has wrote 3 books and is working on his final Book. Download the books on below given links.

Volume 1: Sūrah al-Kahf: Text Translation and Modern Commentary

Volume 2: Sūrah al-Kahf and the Modern Age

Volume 3: An Islamic View of Gog and Magog in the Modern Age

Volume 4: Dajjāl the False Messiah or Antichrist