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  • Radical groups in Pakistan file a petition in the apex court to revoke Holy Bible in Pakistan.

    06/27/2011 3:27:39 AM PDT · by Cronos · 14 replies
    Pakistan Christian Post ^ | 6 Jun 2011 | JAwad Mazhar
    Radical groups in Pakistan file a petition in the apex court to revoke Holy Bible in Pakistan. By: Jawad Mazhar Islamabad: June 3, 2011. (PCP) A group of fanatic Muslim clerics in Pakistan filed a petition to clamp ban on the Holy Bible as it contains passages and miracles of Lord Jesus Christ which he performed during the three (03) of preaching period upon the face of earth. But these passages and miracles were seen as humiliation of the Islamic Prophet by radical Muslim elements. PCP learnt through very reliable sources. Sources alleged in case court failed to do...
  • Where is the outrage? After earlier failure, jihadists succeed in using eight-year-old girl to

    06/26/2011 9:47:48 AM PDT · by Nachum · 24 replies
    Jihad Watch ^ | 6/26/11 | Marisol
    The world breathed a sigh of relief that Pakistani jihadists had failed in their attempt to use nine-year-old Sohana Jawed to carry a bomb in an attack that would have killed her. Now, Afghan jihadists tried, and this time, it worked. Perhaps this was a copycat attack; in any event, Sohana's case is no longer an anomaly, but part of the jihadist playbook in the region. Where is the outrage? As with yesterday's hospital bombing -- which reportedly hit a maternity ward the hardest -- all of Afghanistan, and indeed all of the Muslim world ought to be furious. If...
  • Pakistan is not our Friend

    06/25/2011 9:32:55 AM PDT · by darkwing104 · 15 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | June 25th, 2011 | Jim Emerson
    In his surrender speech to the nation President Obama said, ďWe will work with the Pakistani government to root out the cancer of violent extremism, and we will insist that it keep its commitments.Ē That was a lie to the American people and he knew it. He has been briefed that the Taliban and al Qaeda are being sheltered in Pakistan with the approval of the local government and security forces. The assessments in the intelligence briefings he receives daily should have made it quite clear that Pakistan regularly aids our enemies. Pakistan providing aid to militantsAs reported by Fox...
  • Seized Phone Offers Clues to Bin Ladenís Pakistani Links

    06/23/2011 8:40:45 PM PDT · by lbryce · 12 replies
    New York Times ^ | June 23, 2011 | Carlotta Gall, Pir Zubair Shah and Eric Schmitt.
    The cellphone of Osama bin Ladenís trusted courier, which was recovered in the raid that killed both men in Pakistan last month, contained contacts to a militant group that is a longtime asset of Pakistanís intelligence agency, senior American officials who have been briefed on the findings say. The discovery indicates that Bin Laden used the group, Harakat-ul-Mujahedeen, as part of his support network inside the country, the officials and others said. But it also raised tantalizing questions about whether the group and others like it helped shelter and support Bin Laden on behalf of Pakistanís spy agency, given that...
  • Danger Ahead: A Radicalized Pakistani Army

    06/23/2011 4:58:55 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 8 replies
    IBD Editorials ^ | June 23, 2011 | FAREED ZAKARIA
    Whatever their strength, American troops will not determine success in Afghanistan. Nor will the newly formed Afghan National Army. As U.S. forces are gradually withdrawn over the next three years, it is Pakistan's 600,000-strong army that will become the dominant military force in the region and will try to shape its future. But that military is undergoing a deep internal crisis of identity, its most serious since Pakistan's founding in 1947. How it resolves this crisis will determine its future, the future of the Afghan War ó and much else. This week's news that a Pakistani brigadier general has been...
  • Another Jihadist Leader Living Freely in Pakistan

    06/21/2011 1:45:02 PM PDT · by therightliveswithus · 1 replies
    Pundit Press ^ | 6/21/2011 | Thomas Ferdousi
    While Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbotabad may or may not have been known to Pakistan's senior leadership, it is apparent that at least some in the country realized it. Now we have the leader of another very deadly jihadist group living openly in Pakistan. Fazle-ur-Rahman Khalil is the leader of the Harakat-ul-Mujahedeen, which was allied to al Qaeda. Khalil was a trusted confidant of bin Laden and signed the fatwa against the United States in the 1990s. Harakat-ul-Mujahedeen was and is an international group, with its jihadists ending up in Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, and Somalia. Khalil is living openly...
  • Police: Pakistani girl forced to wear suicide vest (9 year old)

    06/20/2011 5:47:29 PM PDT · by markomalley · 10 replies
    TIMERGARAH, Pakistan ó Police said Monday that militants kidnapped a 9-year-old girl on her way to school and forced her to wear a suicide bomb vest. The girl and police said she managed to escape her captors as they directed her to attack a paramilitary checkpoint in northwest Pakistan.Sohana Jawed, who is in third grade, said she was abducted near her home in the northwestern city of Peshawar on Saturday and taken to Lower Dir district, a four hours' drive away, where she was found Monday.Police in Lower Dir presented Jawed at a news conference, where she told her story...
  • Another Incident of Police torture Prisoner killed in central jail Peshawar

    06/19/2011 3:33:02 AM PDT · by musarratullah · 1 replies
    www.allvoices.com ^ | 19 June2011 | MusarratUllahJan
    Peshawar, June 19, 2011, Relative of 24 year old Zafar khan blamed to police that they killed a prisoner with tortured in Central Prison Peshawar. They blocked the road near central jail Peshawar and protest against police. Zafar Khan Mother and Brother with the other people blocked the road near central jail. They shout against the Peshawar police and said that police killed with out any reason Zafar Khan. The brother of Zafar Khan admitted that his brother was drug user but we saw the tortured on his dead body. He also blamed the police that they urged me to...
  • AP sources: Pakistanis tip off militants again

    06/18/2011 3:27:39 PM PDT · by SmithL · 26 replies
    AP via SFGate ^ | 6/18/11 | KIMBERLY DOZIER, AP Intelligence Writer
    U.S. officials say Pakistan has apparently tipped off militants at two more bomb-building factories in its tribal areas, giving the terror suspects time to flee, after U.S. intelligence shared the locations with the Pakistani government. Those officials believe Pakistan's insistence on seeking local tribal elders' permission before raiding the areas may have most directly contributed to the militants' flight, though they also suspect low-level security officials may have tipped the militants off. U.S. officials have pushed for Pakistan to keep the location of such targets secret prior to the operations, but the Pakistanis say their troops cannot enter the lawless...
  • Pakistan 'blocking supplies to US base'

    06/18/2011 5:13:23 AM PDT · by Daffynition · 13 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | June 16, 2011 | Rob Crilly,
    Pakistan is blocking food and water from reaching a remote base used by the US for its secret drones programme, severely hampering counter terrorism strategy, according to a senior American official.
  • U.S., Pakistan Need To Reset Relationship

    06/16/2011 6:36:47 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 3 replies · 1+ views
    IBD Editorials ^ | June 16, 2011 | DAVID IGNATIUS
    It's always painful to watch a love affair go sour, as the unrealistic expectations and secret betrayals come crashing down in a chorus of recrimination. That's what's happening now between the U.S. and Pakistan, and it has a soap-operatic quality, in Washington and Islamabad alike. "How could they treat us so badly?" is the tone of political debate in both capitals. If this were a feuding couple, you'd counsel a cooling-off period, as they recover their wounded pride and balance. And that's probably the right advice for the U.S. and Pakistan, too. These countries have been bitterly disappointed in the...
  • Pakistan Arrests C.I.A. Informants in Bin Laden Raid

    06/16/2011 4:34:20 AM PDT · by bjorn14 · 2 replies
    New York Times ^ | 14 June 2011 | ERIC SCHMITT and MARK MAZZETTI
    Pakistanís top military spy agency has arrested some of the Pakistani informants who fed information to the Central Intelligence Agency in the months leading up to the raid that led to the death of Osama bin Laden, according to American officials. A casualty of the recent tension between the countries is an ambitious Pentagon program to train Pakistani paramilitary troops to fight Al Qaeda and the Taliban in the northwestern tribal areas. Readers' Comments "With 'friends' like this who needs enemies?" Fred, Up State NY Pakistanís detention of five C.I.A. informants, including a Pakistani Army major who officials said copied...
  • Pakistan 'arrests CIA informants in Bin Laden raid'

    06/15/2011 6:42:15 AM PDT · by darkside321 · 9 replies · 1+ views
    Pakistan has arrested five alleged informants for the CIA who helped in the US raid that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden in northern Pakistan in May, US media report. Among those held by the intelligence agency, the ISI, was the owner of a safe house rented to the CIA to watch Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, the New York Times reported. The raid strained US-Pakistan ties. US President Barack Obama said "someone" was protecting Bin Laden. Pakistan has denied knowing Bin Laden's whereabouts and denied the New York Times report, in particular its claim that an army major was...
  • Pakistan arrests CIA's bin Laden informants: report

    06/15/2011 5:51:46 AM PDT · by nuconvert · 17 replies · 1+ views
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Pakistan's top military spy agency has arrested five CIA informants who fed information to U.S. intelligence before the raid last month which killed Osama bin Laden, The New York Times reported on Wednesday. One of the detainees was reported to be a Pakistani Army major whom officials said copied license plates of cars visiting the al Qaeda leader's compound 30 miles northwest of Islamabad. The fate of the CIA informants arrested in Pakistan was unclear, the newspaper reported, citing American officials. Outgoing CIA Director Leon Panetta raised the issue of the informants' detention during a trip to...
  • Pakistan Arrests C.I.A. Informants in Bin Laden Raid

    06/14/2011 8:04:55 PM PDT · by Hoodat · 29 replies
    NY Times ^ | 14 JUNE 2011 | ERIC SCHMITT and MARK MAZZETTI
    WASHINGTON ó Pakistanís top military spy agency has arrested some of the Pakistani informants who fed information to the Central Intelligence Agency in the months leading up to the raid that led to the death of Osama bin Laden, according to American officials. Pakistanís detention of five C.I.A. informants, including a Pakistani Army major who officials said copied the license plates of cars visiting Bin Ladenís compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in the weeks before the raid, is the latest evidence of the fractured relationship between the United States and Pakistan. It comes at a time when the Obama administration is...
  • Pakistani Forces Arrest CIA Informants Who Led U.S. to Usama Bin Laden

    06/15/2011 1:45:20 AM PDT · by lbryce · 30 replies
    Fox News ^ | June 14, 2011 | Staff
    Pakistan's intelligence service has arrested the owner of a safe house rented to the CIA to observe Usama bin Laden's compound before the U.S. raid that killed the Al Qaeda leader, as well as a "handful" of other Pakistanis, a U.S. official said late Tuesday. In Pakistan, a Western official confirmed a New York Times report that five of the Pakistani informants who fed information to the CIA before the May 2 bin Laden raid were arrested by Pakistan's top military spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence agency, known as ISI. The officials spoke to The Associated Press on the condition...
  • New challenge for U.S.-Pakistan ties

    06/11/2011 10:26:54 AM PDT · by CharlyFord · 3 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | June 10, 2011 | Griff Witte and Karen DeYoung
    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan ó Twice in recent weeks, the United States provided Pakistan with the specific locations of insurgent bomb-making factories, only to see the militants learn their cover had been blown and vacate the sites before military action could be taken, according to U.S. and Pakistani officials. Overhead surveillance video and other information was given to Pakistani officials in mid-May, officials said, as part of a trust-building effort by the Obama administration after the killing of Osama bin Laden in a U.S. raid early last month. But Pakistani military units that arrived at the sites in the tribal areas of...
  • Submarine Sails (China-Pakistan all-weather friendship scales new heights)

    06/11/2011 12:31:44 PM PDT · by sukhoi-30mki · 6 replies
    Force Magazine, India ^ | June 2011 | Prasun K. Sengupta
    Submarine Sails China-Pakistan all-weather friendship scales new heights Pakistanís efforts to have a sea-based minimum credible nuclear deterrent vis-a-vis India took a significant step forward last month when the state-owned, Wuhan-based China State Shipbuilding Industrial Corp (CSIC) ferried the first Qing-class conventional attack submarine (SSK) to Shanghai to begin a year-long series of sea trials, which is likely to include the test-firing of three CJ-10K submarine-launched, 1,500km-range land attack cruise missiles (LACM) capable of being armed with unitary tactical nuclear warheads. Called the Qing-class SSK, it is a variant of the Type 041A Improved Yuan-class SSK, which is also due...
  • Pakistan army chief says US aid should be diverted (Snubs US with her own money)

    06/09/2011 12:45:49 PM PDT · by ravager · 10 replies
    Salon.com ^ | Thursday, Jun 9, 2011 11:40 ET
    Pakistan's army chief says billions of dollars in U.S. aid meant for the military's fight against Islamist militants should be diverted to bolster the economy and help ordinary Pakistanis. The announcement could be seen as a snub to the U.S. and an attempt to bolster the military's popularity following the American raid that killed Osama bin Laden. Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani reiterated that the army has ceased its training relationship with the U.S. and has restricted the scope of intelligence sharing. He also said American drone attacks are unacceptable and declined U.S. calls for an operation in the militant-infested North...
  • Uncertainty and old weapon, Pakistan borders security cops run off jobs.

    06/07/2011 11:23:25 PM PDT · by musarratullah · 1 replies
    www.allvoices.com ^ | 8 june 2011 | Musarat Ullah Jan
    Peshawar, 8 June 8, 2011, 40 security cops of leavies have leaved the job because of uncertain situation on pak afghan border near dir valley. The reactions come after one week in shaltalo check post, where last week afghan terrorist attack. More then 25 security personal and 15 civilians killed in attack. Shaltalo check has post placed in Dir Bala and near to afghan borders, last week more then 70 afghan militant attacks on check post, after the attack on check post situation most terrible there, local community close the schools and markets because of security situation . Provincial government...