Skip to comments.Pakistan Taliban vow to attack Indian targets over Mumbai gunman
Posted on 11/22/2012 3:11:30 PM PST by Jyotishi
Islamabad (Reuters) - Pakistan's Taliban movement threatened on Thursday to attack Indian targets to avenge the country's execution of Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, the lone survivor of the militant squad responsible for a rampage through Mumbai that killed 166 people in 2008.
Kasab was hanged on Wednesday amid great secrecy, underscoring the political sensitivity of the November 26, 2008, massacre, which still casts a pall over relations between nuclear-armed rivals Pakistan and India.
"We have decided to target Indians to avenge the killing of Ajmal Kasab," said Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan by telephone from an undisclosed location.
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Perhaps there will be a parade on our street too
when KSM is hung.
Someday the civilized world will make an effort to eliminate the worthless vermin infesting various regions of the world.
We have the ability but the desire is lacking.
The Taliban is lucky they hanged this fellow.
Now they have another excuse to kill more people. What a lovely outfit that Taliban is.
They should be killed like the cockroach’s they are. Murderous savages.
The problem with this is escalation. Pakistan and India both have nukes. I don’t know if they have the “red hot line” Reagan had with the USSR.
Iran, having won the toss, has elected to receive!
> The problem with this is escalation. Pakistan and India both have nukes. I dont know if they have the red hot line Reagan had with the USSR.
The India-Pakistan “red hot line” relays through Washington.
But you know our steward Zero II will just send them a few million tax dollars, apologize profusely, bow to the waist and call it a day.
He’s a lot like Denethor II, son of Ecthelion II, steward of Gondor—a waste of oxygen, know what I mean?
Since they didn’t answer the Benghazi call, I don’t think they’d answer one from the Indian subcontinent.
They'd route it to an offshore call center in Ceylon.