Conflict, Security and Peace

ISI and CIA together created Taliban

Posted in 1 by BLOGGER code 7 on May 12, 2009


CIA, ISI together created Taliban: Zardari

Press Trust of India . Washington

In a new revelation, the Pakistan president, Asif Ali Zardari, has said that the CIA of the United States and his country’s ISI together created the Taliban.
   ‘I think it was part of your past and our past, and the ISI and CIA created them together,’ Zardari told the NBC news channel in an interview.
   In the interview, which was given to the NBC on May 7, Zardari also accused the US of supporting the military rule of Pervez Musharraf who was alleged to be taking sides of the Taliban.

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A covert history

1948: Pakistan establishes Inter-services intelligence, or ISI, to protect country against foreign and domestic security threats


1975: Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Prime minister of Pakistan, creates a political cells within the ISI through an executive order. The cell monitors Pakistani politics and Politicians


1981- 88: ISI and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency carry out a massive covert operations against soviet Forces in Afganistan


1989: Several ISi officials are dismissed for plotting against the democratically elected government of Benazir Bhutto.


1993 US threatens to declare Pakistan a terrorists state for ISI’s alleged support for cross border- terrorist activities hundreds of ISI personnel sacked in a purged


2001 Pakistan becomes an ally in the U.S. war on terror


2002: Several officers with suspected links to Islamic militants removed from ISI


2007: General Ashfaq  Kayani becomes first ISI head to be appointed chief of Army staff


2008:The civilian Government closes down ISI’s political cell as part of revamp. Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha is appointed  new ISI chief.


We still have the suspicion that Pakistan is run by ISI and its political cell not by the civilian Government. We have enough reason to believe this.

Pakistan : A Frankenstein syndrome

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pakistan-mapHello dear Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Yousaf Raza Gillani, Rehman Malik ,Asif Ali Zardari and people of Pakistan,

Indians always expressed their sympathy towards all of you whenever terrorists had attacked you . The lahore attack also you see in denial mood.

We read in a gothic novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, a monster had been created by a fictional Swiss scientist Frankenstein from parts of corpses that escaped control and destroyed its creator.  Now in reality we see a monster that was created by Pakistan, to rise as a super power in Asia (South Asia) and ran proxy war with India for long sixty year was very much confident that its monster will shine its name one day and materialise the most cherished dream. But sad to tell it starts backfire to its creator perhaps destroy the whole country. Is there ever a notable leader born in Pakistan?

The creator of Taliban amid Afghanistan – Soviet Union relation about decades back the USA had taste of same Frankenstein story, they had 9/11. But still we see USA as a threat in Asia. It is always meddling and poking nose into the affairs of Asian countries. Under the cover of UN. The Muslim OIC( they do not believe in democracy but Sharia law), USA and Europian Countries like UK, French are competing each other to rise as super power and dominate the rest of the world. This aggressive nature we common people do not like and suffer a lot. We see separatist movement, and terrorist activities which results only blood shed and death toll.

Pakistan thought by nourishing extremism it would be recognized as a super power. All countries would surrender to it cow down or intimidated.

Lahore attacks and other attacks proved it s wrong concept of Pakistan. Terrorism is not the way of spreading message about superiority among countries, and barbarism also not the sign of trust and confidence; barbarism helps terrorism. Half of the Pakistan is under the rule of barbarians. And Pakistan think Talibans are their might.

All terrorists organization with religious edict including Taliban, Al-queda and LeT say they are follower of Islam, they say they are Muslims, they are protector of Islam, Koran, Sharia, Hadith and all that is identified with Islam.If they are wrong why the rest world of Muslims do not curb them and take action.

We have seen most Muslims are the supporter of the terrorists organization, They laughed when 9/11 took place, when suicide squads and bomb blasts took place in European and other countries, they felt victory over religion, they felt the prowess, and power. When terrorist attacks trail Islamic countries and international communities condemned they denied, but secretly pampered and gave shelters.

Pakistan, the living hell ( it is proved since its birth, till today ) led its citizen with false promises to bankruptcy and poverty and ran a war against India, and tried international community into a false position to support its desire.

Terrorists (all forces of extremism like Taliban , Al-queada, LeT and etc.) are bringing shame for entire Muslim world it should be checked by a civilized society.

Today,  Pakistan is tasting its own blood by its own created monster, the military- ISI- terrorists- militants ( all in a one fold secretly).

After Mumbai attack the face, the responsibility Pakistan had shown to India and other International communities are totally shameful act. When International communities condemning shamelessly Pakistan was fostering and sheltering terrorists.

A few days ago Mr Zardari said it has no fear from terrorists, the whole world watching and worrying about the security of common citizen of Pakistan and Pakistan president and its leaders say nothing to fear. Probably when common Muslims (citizen) would become a literally slave of important Muslims (person) and more blood shed and genocide in the name of allah will take place I hope Pakistan will say “no, we are all right , no problem”.

I think still there is time only responsible and democratic minded people of Pakistan can set the country again toward peace.

Can Muslim burn the force and source what threaten their lives and pull back them to a barbarian age? If they can they would live or they themselves shall return to hell and burn themselves.

Lahore attack is a jihad of Muslim against Muslims, Pakistan against Pakistan, hell against hell and its burning.

We are on alert and watchful.


I’m a Gandhi, a Hindu and an Indian : Varun Gandhi

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I’m a Gandhi, a Hindu and an Indian : Varun Gandhi





An unrepentant Varun Gandhi asserted Wednesday that he was a “Gandhi, a Hindu and an Indian” in equal measure and said the CD showing him making an inflammatory speech was doctored. 

“I am proud of my faith, and am not apologising for it,” Varun Gandhi told reporters while reading out a written statement, a day after being slapped with a criminal case for his alleged hate-Muslim campaign speeches.

“I am a Gandhi, a Hindu and an Indian in equal measure and my attempt was not to spread ill-feeling against any community and I stand by all religion and all faiths,” said the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) candidate from Pilibhit constituency in Uttar Pradesh whose provocative speeches stunned everybody, including his own party.

“I am a victim of a political conspiracy… Those are not my words, that is not my voice. I want to ask the nation to stand by me,” Varun Gandhi said.

Comment :

 Day after day, years after year, the Anti-nationals are striking India’s sovereign integrity, there are blasts after blasts and killings still most Indian politicians are not addressing our wounded security, they are always after the seats of power. What Varun said is just an exposure of suppressed grief. India should judge every community with one scale, never oil a particular community to win Vote. Congress and most other political parties have already failed to address Indian security properly. We are disappointed very much.

We see light in Varun Gandhi, the right spirit to address our long lost grievances.

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Johann Hari: Why should I respect these oppressive religions?

Posted in Conflict,security,peace and Islam by BLOGGER code 7 on February 11, 2009





Johann Hari: Why should I respect these oppressive religions?

Whenever a religious belief is criticised, its adherents say they’re victims of ‘prejudice’

Wednesday, 28 January 2009

The right to criticise religion is being slowly doused in acid. Across the world, the small, incremental gains made by secularism – giving us the space to doubt and question and make up our own minds – are being beaten back by belligerent demands that we “respect” religion. A historic marker has just been passed, showing how far we have been shoved. The UN rapporteur who is supposed to be the global guardian of free speech has had his job rewritten – to put him on the side of the religious censors.

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights stated 60 years ago that “a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief is the highest aspiration of the common people”. It was a Magna Carta for mankind – and loathed by every human rights abuser on earth. Today, the Chinese dictatorship calls it “Western”, Robert Mugabe calls it “colonialist”, and Dick Cheney calls it “outdated”. The countries of the world have chronically failed to meet it – but the document has been held up by the United Nations as the ultimate standard against which to check ourselves. Until now.

Starting in 1999, a coalition of Islamist tyrants, led by Saudi Arabia, demanded the rules be rewritten. The demand for everyone to be able to think and speak freely failed to “respect” the “unique sensitivities” of the religious, they decided – so they issued an alternative Islamic Declaration of Human Rights. It insisted that you can only speak within “the limits set by the shariah [law]. It is not permitted to spread falsehood or disseminate that which involves encouraging abomination or forsaking the Islamic community”.

In other words, you can say anything you like, as long as it precisely what the reactionary mullahs tell you to say. The declaration makes it clear there is no equality for women, gays, non-Muslims, or apostates. It has been backed by the Vatican and a bevy of Christian fundamentalists.

Incredibly, they are succeeding. The UN’s Rapporteur on Human Rights has always been tasked with exposing and shaming those who prevent free speech – including the religious. But the Pakistani delegate recently demanded that his job description be changed so he can seek out and condemn “abuses of free expression” including “defamation of religions and prophets”. The council agreed – so the job has been turned on its head. Instead of condemning the people who wanted to murder Salman Rushdie, they will be condemning Salman Rushdie himself.

Anything which can be deemed “religious” is no longer allowed to be a subject of discussion at the UN – and almost everything is deemed religious. Roy Brown of the International Humanist and Ethical Union has tried to raise topics like the stoning of women accused of adultery or child marriage. The Egyptian delegate stood up to announce discussion of shariah “will not happen” and “Islam will not be crucified in this council” – and Brown was ordered to be silent. Of course, the first victims of locking down free speech about Islam with the imprimatur of the UN are ordinary Muslims.

Here is a random smattering of events that have taken place in the past week in countries that demanded this change. In Nigeria, divorced women are routinely thrown out of their homes and left destitute, unable to see their children, so a large group of them wanted to stage a protest – but the Shariah police declared it was “un-Islamic” and the marchers would be beaten and whipped. In Saudi Arabia, the country’s most senior government-approved cleric said it was perfectly acceptable for old men to marry 10-year-old girls, and those who disagree should be silenced. In Egypt, a 27-year-old Muslim blogger Abdel Rahman was seized, jailed and tortured for arguing for a reformed Islam that does not enforce shariah.

To the people who demand respect for Muslim culture, I ask: which Muslim culture? Those women’s, those children’s, this blogger’s – or their oppressors’?

As the secular campaigner Austin Darcy puts it: “The ultimate aim of this effort is not to protect the feelings of Muslims, but to protect illiberal Islamic states from charges of human rights abuse, and to silence the voices of internal dissidents calling for more secular government and freedom.”

Those of us who passionately support the UN should be the most outraged by this.

Underpinning these “reforms” is a notion seeping even into democratic societies – that atheism and doubt are akin to racism. Today, whenever a religious belief is criticised, its adherents immediately claim they are the victims of “prejudice” – and their outrage is increasingly being backed by laws.

All people deserve respect, but not all ideas do. I don’t respect the idea that a man was born of a virgin, walked on water and rose from the dead. I don’t respect the idea that we should follow a “Prophet” who at the age of 53 had sex with a nine-year old girl, and ordered the murder of whole villages of Jews because they wouldn’t follow him.

I don’t respect the idea that the West Bank was handed to Jews by God and the Palestinians should be bombed or bullied into surrendering it. I don’t respect the idea that we may have lived before as goats, and could live again as woodlice. This is not because of “prejudice” or “ignorance”, but because there is no evidence for these claims. They belong to the childhood of our species, and will in time look as preposterous as believing in Zeus or Thor or Baal.

When you demand “respect”, you are demanding we lie to you. I have too much real respect for you as a human being to engage in that charade.

But why are religious sensitivities so much more likely to provoke demands for censorship than, say, political sensitivities? The answer lies in the nature of faith. If my views are challenged I can, in the end, check them against reality. If you deregulate markets, will they collapse? If you increase carbon dioxide emissions, does the climate become destabilised? If my views are wrong, I can correct them; if they are right, I am soothed.

But when the religious are challenged, there is no evidence for them to consult. By definition, if you have faith, you are choosing to believe in the absence of evidence. Nobody has “faith” that fire hurts, or Australia exists; they know it, based on proof. But it is psychologically painful to be confronted with the fact that your core beliefs are based on thin air, or on the empty shells of revelation or contorted parodies of reason. It’s easier to demand the source of the pesky doubt be silenced.

But a free society cannot be structured to soothe the hardcore faithful. It is based on a deal. You have an absolute right to voice your beliefs – but the price is that I too have a right to respond as I wish. Neither of us can set aside the rules and demand to be protected from offence.

Yet this idea – at the heart of the Universal Declaration – is being lost. To the right, it thwacks into apologists for religious censorship; to the left, it dissolves in multiculturalism. The hijacking of the UN Special Rapporteur by religious fanatics should jolt us into rescuing the simple, battered idea disintegrating in the middle: the equal, indivisible human right to speak freely.

If you want to get involved in fighting for secularism, join the National Secular Society here.




Pair held for ‘offending Islam’

By Subir Bhaumik
BBC News, Calcutta


Calcutta Muslims in a 2006 protest against Prophet Muhammad cartoons

The editor and publisher of a top English-language Indian daily have been arrested on charges of “hurting the religious feelings” of Muslims.

The Statesman’s editor Ravindra Kumar and publisher Anand Sinha were detained in Calcutta after complaints.

Muslims said they were upset with the Statesman for reproducing an article from the UK’s Independent daily in its 5 February edition.

The article was entitled: “Why should I respect these oppressive religions?”

It concerns the erosion of the right to criticise religions.

In it, the author, Johann Hari, writes: “I don’t respect the idea that we should follow a ‘Prophet’ who at the age of 53 had sex with a nine-year old girl, and ordered the murder of whole villages of Jews because they wouldn’t follow him.”

Mr Kumar and Mr Sinha appeared in court on Wednesday and were granted bail.


Angry Muslims have been demonstrating in front of the offices of the Statesman since its republication of the article.

Police have broken up the demonstrations using baton charges several times this week.

Some Muslims close to the Jamiat-e-Ulema e Hind (The Organisation of Indian Scholars, a leading Islamic group in India) later filed a complaint with police alleging that the publication had “outraged their religious feelings”, which is an offence under Section 295 A of the Indian Penal Code.

Mr Kumar has said he has already issued a public apology for reproducing the article.

“I admit it was an editorial misjudgement but it was never intentional,” Mr Kumar told the BBC in an interview.


India is a party of international covenant of human rights which clearly mention in Article 19 (Universal Declaration of Human Rights )  Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.  the right of freedom of expression.

 And Indian Constitution has in PART III —FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

19 Right to Freedom : Protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech, etc.


 If any individual or group or any government force attack on news paper for its any expression of news / opinion its illegal and wrong. we condemn such attacks.


This is a crucial time the Indians are facing and passing. A series of terror attack by Islamic Fanatics, and by different form of terrorism. Attacking on freedom of expression using by opaque law and force is also a form of terrorism, It is abominable.


Our only duty is to keep vigil and fight the war of terrorism of any form. The Islam is used and carried by Taliban, al quida and LeT and muslims are covert help to spread their satanic force in India. I think Indian Government should keep alert in more stringent manner.  Every attempt should be nipped in the bud.




BREAKING NEWS: Indians held for reprinting Independent article that “offends Islam”

by Jerome Taylor

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Breaking news coming out of India today.

The editor and publisher of The Statesman, a highly respected Kolkata based English daily, have been arrested on charges of “hurting the religious feelings” of Muslims because they printed a piece written last month by Independent columnist Johaan Hari.

Hari, a liberal athiest, penned the comment piece, “Why should I respect opppressive religions?”, at the end of January and it was later syndicated by The Statesman. In the article, Hari (somewhat prophetically) lamented how the right to criticise a religion is being steadily eroded around the world.

Muslim protestors in Kolkata, West Bengal, have been standing outside The Statesman’s offices since it ran the article and police have even used baton charges to disperse them.

In his piece Hari defends the right to criticise all religions, including Islam, Judaism and Christianity. But the Muslim protestors in Kolkata appear to have been particularly upset by a paragraph that talks about the sexual history of the prophet Muhammad.

Hari writes: “All people deserve respect, but not all ideas do. I don’t respect the idea that a man was born of a virgin, walked on water and rose from the dead. I don’t respect the idea that we should follow a “Prophet” who at the age of 53 had sex with a nine-year old girl, and ordered the murder of whole villages of Jews because they wouldn’t follow him.”

Ravindra Kumar and Anand Sinha, The Statesman’s editor and publisher, appeared in court today and were granted bail.

As the world’s largest democracy freedom of speech is guaranteed in India’s constitution but “outraging religious feelings” is technically illegal under section 295 A of the Indian Penal Code.

In a country where inter-communal tensions can often spill over into horrendous violence, 295 A is seen as a way of heading off tension between religious communities and stopping firebrands from inciting violence. But it is often also used by religious hardliners, including both Hindus and Muslims, to stifle open criticism and discourse of religious matters in a country where religion plays an incredibly vital role.

Mr Kumar has already issued a public apology for reprinting Hari’s article and The Statesman’s website have taken it down. There is also no mention on their site at the moment that their editor appeared in court today. I’ve left a message with them to see if he’ll get back to me. 

I’m also trying to contact Johaan and if he gets back to me I’ll update this blog. 

The fact that protests broke out in Kolkata will probably be surprising to many. Traditionally Kolkata has been one of India’s liberal heartlands. Bengalis are staunchly proud of the literary heritage and being the homeland of Tagore, India’s first Nobel prize winner for literature,3553,Why-should-I-respect-these-oppressive-religions,Johann-Hari



“Why should I respect these oppressive religions?” by Johann Hari

Why indeed? Please read this excellent article by Johann Hari at the Independent, detailing the tragic hijacking of the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights by religious bigots. Here’s a taste:

Starting in 1999, a coalition of Islamist tyrants, led by Saudi Arabia, demanded the rules be rewritten. The demand for everyone to be able to think and speak freely failed to “respect” the “unique sensitivities” of the religious, they decided – so they issued an alternative Islamic Declaration of Human Rights. It insisted that you can only speak within “the limits set by the shariah [law]. It is not permitted to spread falsehood or disseminate that which involves encouraging abomination or forsaking the Islamic community”.

In other words, you can say anything you like, as long as it precisely what the reactionary mullahs tell you to say. The declaration makes it clear there is no equality for women, gays, non-Muslims, or apostates. It has been backed by the Vatican and a bevy of Christian fundamentalists.


All people deserve respect, but not all ideas do. I don’t respect the idea that a man was born of a virgin, walked on water and rose from the dead. I don’t respect the idea that we should follow a “Prophet” who at the age of 53 had sex with a nine-year old girl, and ordered the murder of whole villages of Jews because they wouldn’t follow him.

I don’t respect the idea that the West Bank was handed to Jews by God and the Palestinians should be bombed or bullied into surrendering it. I don’t respect the idea that we may have lived before as goats, and could live again as woodlice. This is not because of “prejudice” or “ignorance”, but because there is no evidence for these claims. They belong to the childhood of our species, and will in time look as preposterous as believing in Zeus or Thor or Baal.

When you demand “respect”, you are demanding we lie to you. I have too much real respect for you as a human being to engage in that charade.

This is a great article and should be read by all people concerned with human rights and freedom of speech, regardless of their attitudes toward religion.

These robed thugs are grotesque caricatures of humanity and must be stopped. I’m staggered that the UN is letting the bastards get away this.



September 28, 2008

Muslim gang firebombs publisher of Allah novel, Martin Rynja

Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorist command yesterday foiled an alleged plot by Islamic extremists to kill the publisher of a forthcoming novel featuring sexual encounters between the Prophet Muhammad and his child bride.

Early yesterday armed undercover officers arrested three men after a petrol bomb was pushed through the door of the north London home of the book’s publisher.

The Metropolitan police said the target of the assassination plot, the Dutch publisher Martin Rynja, had not been injured.

The suspected terror gang was being followed by undercover police and the fire was quickly put out after the fire brigade smashed down the front door.



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The foiled terrorist attack recalled the death threats and uproar 20 years ago following the publication of Salman Rushdie’s Satanic Verses, and the worldwide protests that followed the publication in a Danish newspaper in 2005 of cartoons deemed offensive to Islam, in which more than 100 people died.

Security officials believe Rynja was targeted for assassination because his firm, Gibson Square, is preparing to publish a romantic novel about Aisha, child bride of the Prophet Muhammad. The Jewel of Medina, by the first-time American author Sherry Jones, describes an imaginary sex scene between the prophet and his 14-year-old wife.

It was withdrawn from publication in America last month after its publisher there, Random House, said it feared a violent reaction by “a small radical segment” of Muslims. It said “credible and unrelated sources” had warned that the book could incite violence.

Random House reacted after Islamic scholars objected to its contents, saying it treated the wife of the Prophet as a sex object. One of them, Denise Spellberg, of the University of Texas at Austin, described the novel as “soft-core pornography”, referring to a scene in which Muhammad consummates his marriage to Aisha. She called it “a declaration of war” and a “national security issue”.

At the time, her warnings were dismissed by the author. “Anyone who reads the book will not be offended,” said Jones. “I wrote the book with the utmost respect for Islam.” However, Jones admitted receiving death threats after the book was withdrawn.

It was soon after this that the Met appears to have received a tip-off that the British publisher who had subsequently agreed to print it could be the target of an attack.

A Met spokesman said three men had been arrested in “a preplanned intelligence-led operation” at about 2.25am on Saturday.

Two of the suspects were arrested in the street outside Rynja’s four-storey townhouse in Lonsdale Square, Islington, while the third was stopped by officers in an armed vehicle near Angel Tube station.

They were being questioned yesterday on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism, a spokesman said.

Rynja, 44, could not be contacted yesterday. He is believed to be under police guard.

Yesterday, Natasha Kern, Jones’s agent, said she was shocked to learn of the attack. She said the book had been misinterpreted by its critics and did not contain sex scenes, as had been alleged.

“I honestly believe that if people read the book they will see it is not disrespectful of Muhammad, and moderate Muslims will not be offended. I don’t want anyone to risk their lives but we could never imagine that there would be some madmen who would do something like this. I’m so sad about this act of terrorism. Moderate Muslims will suffer because of a few radicals.”

Kern said it was too early for her to comment on whether the book should be withdrawn. “That’s up to Martin, and I still need to absorb the fact that he was at risk. I’m just so glad he has not been hurt.”

Residents said they saw armed police break down the door of Rynja’s house, helped by firefighters.

Francesca Liebowitz, 16, a neighbour, said: “The police couldn’t get the door open so the fire brigade battered it down.”

Another neighbour, who declined to be named, said: “I was woken at about 3am and I looked out the window and I saw several unmarked cars with what I now think were police officers in them. These officers came out of the cars and there was huge screaming and shouting. Some of the police officers were carrying sub-machineguns.

“I then saw a small fire at the bottom of the door at the house. I heard the police officers shout and scream and try to get neighbours out of the house.”






Diary of a Pakistani Schoolgirl

Posted in Conflict,security,peace and Islam by BLOGGER code 7 on January 27, 2009


How horrific interpretation of Sharia law : Diary of a Pakistani schoolgirl


Private schools in Pakistan’s troubled north-western Swat district have been ordered to close in a Taleban edict banning girls’ education. Militants seeking to impose their austere interpretation of Sharia law have destroyed about 150 schools in the past year. Five more were blown up despite a government pledge to safeguard education, it was reported on Monday. Here a seventh grade schoolgirl from Swat chronicles how the ban has affected her and her classmates.

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Pakistan The Epicenter of Terrorism

Posted in Conflict,security,peace and Islam by BLOGGER code 7 on January 27, 2009


THE statistics are numbing and mind-boggling and should make any Pakistani sit up: in 2008 the country saw 2,148 terrorist attacks, which caused 6,825 casualties — 2,267 of them fatal.

(Source : )



Suicide attacks alone killed nearly 1,000 people — 967 to be precise — and wounded or maimed for life over 2,000. Of the 63 suicide attacks countrywide, the highest — 32 — occurred in the NWFP, killing and wounding over 1,000 Pakistanis; 10 in Punjab (201, dead, 580 injured), and 16 in Fata (263 dead, 497 injured).

Compiled by the Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies, these statistics do not include those who fell in ‘operational attacks’. According to the think-tanks’ report for 2008, more than 5,500 people were killed or injured in operational attacks (a minimum of 3,182 dead and 2,267 wounded).

What is scary is the steady rise over the years in the number of terrorist attacks and the consequent increase in casualties. In 2006, terrorist attacks left 907 dead and 1,543 injured; in 2007 there was a quantum jump in the figure for the dead — 3,448.

If to those killed in acts of terrorism we add those who died in operational attacks, sectarian and factional clashes and US drone attacks, the total number of civilians and security personnel killed in 2008 comes to a morbid 8,000, with the number of the injured approaching 10,000. The grand total for 2008, thus, comes to 18,000 Pakistani people getting killed or injured in acts of political violence.

Pakistan: Insidious Nature Inside

Posted in Conflict,security,peace and Islam by BLOGGER code 7 on January 27, 2009


The conflict within Pakistan: Is there unity? Or sensation of religion and fanaticism

First we have to look to what Pakistan is. Pakistan is not a nation per se as the nation-states in Europe, nor a relatively successful bastard (USA, Argentina) or legitimate (Canada, Brazil) son of such nations.

Pakistan is a country born from a desire of some Muslim Indians to have their own Muslim land in order not to be ruled by the Hindu majority

(which means in order for the Muslim elite to rule).
We also have to (sorry, I am a European, a Portuguese to be more accurate and as so I am sorry to offend your naïve ideals or your profound beliefs as Americans) look at the ethnic makeup of the country and realize that in that country, the loyalties are firstly within one’s tribe, and secondly within one’s ethnic group. The only “common ground” for that country is Islam but Islam can only unite people against a non-Islamic thing/person/nation/state, and not within an Islamic entity,

because once the consensus of Islam is reached, other conflicts will arise, and those conflicts can not always be solved simply by addressing to Islam.
As I was saying, the ethnic composition of Pakistan is the following:








We have Indo-Aryans (Indian stock) in the West and in the East we have Aryan-Iranians. The latter are very tribalistic, and are the ones

who are helping the Taliban in Afghanistan, mainly because they are the same ethnic group (the would-be nation). The power of the state is all in the hands of the Indo-Aryans.
So we reach an important consensus. Nothing is mingling the Pakistani people together except for Islam. That is why the country focuses so much on it. And these enormous ethnic groups I mentioned are like races, which can be divided into countless ethnic groups, which are divided into countless tribes, just to give an idea of how fragmented Pakistan is and of how Islam is so important there to blend the community.
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………. Pakistan is (as is every Muslim country, especially the poorer and miserable ones like Pakistan) engaging in a fight between two versions of Islam. The same evil Islam. The Islam which was weakened by colonialism (Musharraf) and the Islam of the Taliban against the Superpower Soviet Union, of the (what the hell, I am going to say it) Turks against Europe (especially Serbia) in Bosnia and Kosovo, of Al-Qaeda against the Hyperpower, the United States of America of 9/11, the Islam of Hizbullah not losing a war against the almighty state of Israel

Summarizing, the Islam which made Paris a Third World place in 2005, and simultaneously made the United Arab Emirates a thriving land after centuries of desert. A new and much too powerful Islam which has come to the World to conquer it. An Islam which it seems cannot be stopped. This is a new generation of Islam.


the second type of Islam will not mind exporting the bomb, not only to Saudi Arabia but to every Muslim state, be it Indonesia or the gangster state of Kosovo or Greater Albania in the heart of Europe. It is an Islam that would help with all the resources (including terrorism en masse) the Chechens.
(which some call, I guess, fundamentalist) in a country
where young women are already gang-raped for showing their legs in public.


It’s a reminder that looking down the road, a conflict with India seems too plausible at any moment, and in that case, we have to somehow assure the victory of India and not permit a mobilization of the Muslim countries like we saw in the nineties against Serbia. Which would be difficult because such conflict could easily escalate to a conflict against Israel in the West.




source , by Baron Bodissey




Karachi, a port city of 14 million on the Pakistani coast, where the Pab mountain range and the Sindh Desert gather into a brick-and dust-hued urban sprawl before tumbling into the Arabian Sea, is the battlefield in which an assassin like M.R. thrives. In Karachi you have ethnic feuds: gangs of Indian migrants versus the Pathans, Baluchis and Sindhis; you have extremists from rival Sunni and Shi’ite sects battling each other (lately, radical Sunnis are gunning down Shi’ite doctors and lawyers at random); and, of course, there are the radical Islamic groups that shelter al-Qaeda fugitives and are, according to Karachi police officers, helping them plan their next terrorist strikes. In April, a Yemeni national Waleed Mohammed bin Attash and several Pakistanis were caught during various raids in Karachi with more than 600 kilos of explosives.

Breaking that siege is almost impossible in the face of endemic and systemic corruption.

In other words, it’s a dangerous mess. And with terrorism breeding in enclaves across the city, Karachi has the potential to spread its menace not only throughout Pakistan but far beyond its frontiers. Several of the top al-Qaeda agents captured by Pakistani officials and the FBI had holed up in Karachi, and many?maybe even Osama bin Laden himself?may still be lurking there, officials say.

How did Karachi become a megalopolis of mayhem? In 1947, when Britain spilt the Raj into India and Pakistan, modern Karachi, more than any other city, was a by-product of this upheaval. Before partition, its inhabitants included Hindus, Parsis, Muslim traders, Goans, and Sheedis, descendants of African slaves shipped over in chains during the 18th century

At partition, most of Karachi’s 440,000 population of Hindus had left and were replaced by 1.2 million Mohajirs, or Indian migrants. They had followed the dream of Pakistan’s founding father, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, to create a nation for Muslims. But the Mohajirs were in for a rude shock. Many of the local Punjabis, Sindhis and Pathans regarded them as unwanted trespassers. They still do, except nowadays the Mohajirs have earned wary respect by carrying out vicious ethnic warfare in Karachi throughout the early 1990s. The Pathans and the Sindhis retaliated but the Mohajirs matched them murder for murder, operating torture cells. Today Karachi is in the grips of the Mohajir godfather, Altaf Hussain, a fugitive in Britain charged with more than 100 counts of murder, sabotage and arson, who continues to rule the city from afar.

contemporary Karachi is also a product of the Soviet Union’s 1979 invasion of Afghanistan and the jihad declared by much of the Muslim world in response. To fund their campaign against the Russian occupiers, Afghan warlords used Pakistan as a transshipment point for heroin and Karachi as a major point of export. Paid for in part by those narco-dollars were the vast shipments of small arms and Stinger missiles passing the other way through Karachi before being loaded onto trucks bound for Peshawar and eventually camels headed for Afghanistan’s interior. Those drugs and the guns left a toxic residue that would become, for Karachi, a permanent blight.

Pakistan is the only modern nation forged primarily out of faith. The problem plaguing Pakistan remains that its founders never agreed whether it should be a relaxed country whose citizens happen to be Muslims or an austere Islamic state adhering to Shari’a law

The poor, who tend to be more fundamentalist, live mostly in dust-blown shanties on the outskirts of town. There, they clan together, Pathans with Pathans, Baluchis with Baluchis, seeking to replicate their tribal life from their homelands. In some ghettos the clergymen have banned television, women wear burqas and the only education on offer for youngsters is the mesmeric recitation of the Koran at local madrasahs. Crimes are punished by elders inside the community according to Koranic law, and the police never hear about the transgressions or the rough justice.

When the cops were confronted with real, bad guys? terrorists who last year committed a rash of bombings and the kidnapping of American journalist Daniel Pearl? this squeeze-them-until-they-squeal approach got them nowhere. Agents from the FBI brought in for the Pearl case and the U.S. consulate bombing were also less than impressed by such techniques, according to a Western diplomat. A police officer admits that at first his men were also afraid of the extremists, who had informers inside the police force. They were also well equipped, he says, with guns smuggled across the lawless frontier with Afghanistan and money from Arab donors. “We have over 800 madrasahs in Karachi, and many of them are nurseries for terrorism,” the officer claims.

The Americans found a useful ally in Jameel Yusuf, head of the Citizen-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC). An energetic, well-heeled businessman, Yusuf formed the committee in the early 1990s when Karachi was stricken by several kidnappings and murders a day. “It was turning into a city of death,” he says. By setting up a data bank and electronic surveillance of criminals, Yusuf and a few honest cops managed to bust many of the major kidnapping gangs. These criminals were often linked to cells of sectarian killers and terrorists. “They all steal cars and buy and sell illegal weapons,” Yusuf says.

With the FBI’s help in monitoring cell-phone calls and e-mails, Yusuf was able to throw an electronic net over the Karachi neighborhoods where terrorists and some of Pearl’s kidnappers lurked. “Al-Qaeda isn’t like a social club,” he says. “They don’t have a posted membership list.” What he did find was a link between al-Qaeda and two virulent Sunni sectarian groups?Lashkar Jhangvi and Jaish-e-Mohammad?which had trained in Afghan camps alongside Osama bin Laden’s holy warriors. The two groups, in turn, were mixed up in the Karachi underworld.


By Tim McGirk / Karachi Monday, Jun. 09, 2003,9171,501030616-457408,00.html

Peepingtom of Pakistan

Posted in Conflict,security,peace and Islam by BLOGGER code 7 on January 27, 2009

rehman2 Many Pakistani websites are engaged in smearing and slandering campaign against prominent personalities. They are always a peepingtom in the field of journalism. 



A Prime minister of Islamic country, Pakistan, openly gropes fellow minister, see the picture…


March 23rd, 2008 | Moin Ansari | The charismatic, competent, dynamic, beautiful, smart and intelligent, Sherry Rehman is one of the rising stars of the Pakistan Peoples Party but also of Pakistan. She is a rising star and the star in the Crescent and Star. We endorsed her for the post of Prime Minister this time. She is now the Information Minister. That job could not have gone to a better person.

The expression on Ms. rehman’s face at the tail end of th clip really shows her disgust. She has not resigned and continues to work with the Prime Minsiter, so she has taken this in stride. Obviously she will not be caught dead in close quarters with the Multani.

. We have not heard from the great Makhdoom. The silence is deafneing!

What is most disconcerting is the other elbow (Mr. Gilani’s right hand) which is also up to no good.


It has been learnt through reliable sources that Prime Minister Gilani has visited this site and/or seen this footage.

FREEDOM OF ARM, AND SLIGHT OF HAND? Mr. Gilani has said that he was not aware and never realized that he “accidentally” he touched Ms. Rehman, till he saw this footage.

The PM was questioned by CNN a reporter on 27th April about this incident. Talking about this footage, he suddenly started laughing.

However watch both his hands…the one on the right is also up to no good. Also watch Zardari’s right shoulder

Ms. Sherry Rehman should not have to endure this sorty of male chauvanistic prigishness





More:You Tube


Sherry Rehman Dangerous curves and the Prime Minister has to get through.


 A few commentsbelow

yousaf raza gillani, on April 29th, 2008 at 4:24 am Said:

all these are fake videos just to make me badnaam…

Raheel Arshad, on May 1st, 2008 at 2:55 pm Said:

I condemn such act done by a person who belongs to a noble family “Makhdoom” , but claim to serve nation!!!

but if he was really dignified gentleman, then how he became PM of the country, as there is no place for any decent person among the these dead- eaters.

Its the responsibility of Sharee R, that if she came in between the crowd of crooks, then she should be take preventive measures from such instances as when such so-called decency act like as shown in above movie, in huge public crowd on road…………… then she can assume what will could happen during(domestic & Foreign) trevel togather being ministers???

Leadership is always charactorised by dignity, Who secrifies their lives for others………… but our politicians enjoy their status making money … Misuse authurities,.. during whole of tenure, and crying always when they caught by thier oponants after step-downed from seats, that, they are punished by imposing false rits just becuz to serve peoples (by doing all enjoyments of ruling), while poor peoples remain awaiting of the results of the efforts of such liers/ manupulators. In my view with great appology from these so called Leaders (matter of fact, their is no need to appology from any one of corrupt mafia, as its needed for honorbale peoples. buts its our own manner of talk) that, dont they have vision to see that, this is the age of Globalisation now, and peoples are much mature then previous by expeience and by being a global villager, so their traditional mal -pratices can cause them great harm even they may gr8 losers, if they will fail to deliver to public.

I hereby requested to all politicians individuales and parties, Please recognise the facts of today world before the time react upon you to collapes.

Khaao tu Zaroor keh ” Chut ti nahi yeh kafir monh sey lagi hoyee” Choor chorui sey chala bhi jaye tu heira pheiry sey nahi jata: that why please make real efforts for the developments of peoples and the country ultimatly besides enjoying the kick-backs.

In fact, this is the big unfortunate of Pakistani peoples that we have lot of politicians = Great liers, but cannot find a single leader who put our nation towards success.

Mr. Gillani, as i have heard that, you are educated (M.A) Journalism from Punjab University, I really cant expect this kind of woest act from the person like you. as far as I have seen a single line reply,to deny the incident , its really again worst . You did reply under same pathetic philosophy to deny the truth in front, similar to other stupid politicians…………..!!!

moinansari, on May 27th, 2008 at 11:41 am Said:

DANGEROUS CURVES:It has been learnt through reliable sources that Prime Minister Gilani has visited this site and/or seen this footage.

FREEDOM OF ARM, AND SLIGHT OF HAND?Mr. Gilani has said that he was not aware and never realized that he “accidentally” he touched Ms. Rehman, till he saw this footage.

The PM was questioned by CNN a reporter on 27th April about this incident. Talking about this footage, he suddenly started laughing.

Rupee News when reporting this, did not make any judgement on this issue. Everything is within the realm of possibility. However watch both his hands…the one on the right is also up to no good. Also watch Zardari’s right shoulder

Inability to read and write is surely a reflection of the education level and the writing skills of the writer. The profanity used sheds light on the family background of the commentator.

Ishti, on May 27th, 2008 at 12:32 pm Said:

Its unfortunate to our country that a prime minister which is considered most dignified among other politicians is a person of such a character. Gilani is also named as the former husband of Nahid Akhtar ( the former Singer)

Rubina Shah, on June 18th, 2008 at 12:07 am Said:

Why Sherry Rahman appear Sexy?
Sherry Rahman why remains sexy. She should appear in graceful dress, and should not wear a sexy dress. It is she who has compelled the poor PM to rub his hands over her breasts.

ms.Shah, on September 3rd, 2008 at 2:06 pm Said:

In any politics of third world country or first world…….when a woman leaves a house and stands in the front row ,she should know what to expect……..
Sherry seems completely disgusted and left embaraced ,SHE SHOULD HAVE SHUN HIS HAND ,and should have questioned excuse me???????
Than MR.STUPID PRIME MINISTER would have understood the mistake there and than and would have appologised.
My sympathy to Sherry where woman does not expect that MAN can never see the brain or intellect but always treat woman as an object…….does not matter who ever it is……..
BUT for any future reference :Sherry DO STAND THERE AND question the bastard in the public………Pakistani public is very nice in joutian marnai main……………
If woman would ignore it ,it sends out a wrong message.
Do not think that Pakistani woman is naive or if Sherry is bright and charming personality she is inviting all of you to have a good look at her……
No !!!!!!She si out to do a job as were rest of men and woman MR.Gillani shame on you……………coming from a party where the woman was a leader shows you have learnt nothing.

Pakistani woman should strongly protest on this …..HE IS NOT ACCEPTABLE TO BE THE PRIME MINISTER what message is he sending to the families,that do not send your daughters ,wives out to study ,to work BECAUSE BEHIND EVERY MAN YOUSAF RAZA GILLANI IS SITTING WITH NO CONTROL OR MANNERISM……….

I have been to several protests and rallies in LONDON,not only that I travel everyday on overcrowded tube but no one touches anyone………….

what we have seen above is disgusting ,shameful and if Sherry is quite at least I expect Mr.Zardari to question him on this(as if he has some decency)
ADVICE FOR SHERRY:if u want to be a politician first learn to look into the eyes of man and ask him to STOP LOOKING AT YOUR BREASTS.

BEING WOMAN we should not be ashamed of our gender and this discrimination and harassement is unexceptable.


ms.Shah, on September 3rd, 2008 at 2:24 pm Said:

very sadly when I was in Pakistan this mentality of man and attitude has stopped from participating in many things.I have no regrets but I do cheer and deeply respect woman like Fatimah Jinah,Benazir,Asma Jahangir,Madeeha Gohar and many more who do dare to lead and work in a very hostile envoirnment.



 They are also maligning characters of indian leaders. Such as

·  Sex life of Mohandas Gandhi, his failures and sexual perversion

·  Sex life of Indira Gandhi

·  Nehru was Gay! Affair with Edwina also


Indian Muslim and Pakistani Muslim : The last sixty years since independence.

Posted in Conflict,security,peace and Islam by BLOGGER code 7 on January 27, 2009


Smear campaign



I have come across a number of Pakistani websites, blogs, medias  that are out to malign India. These are intentional damage Pakistanis are doing against India. 


The creeps are so clever that you will not be able to detect about their intentions. So, my request is if you put importance on any news you have to read it from other medias and sources of information, there are American, European and other Asian news and information sources. I have intended to post here, the evil design of Pakistani creeps.

On this page you will find

·  SEX LIFE OF INDIRA GANDHI OF INDIA: The Indian Matahiri:- Indira’s tryst with seduction

·  Sex Antics of Mohandas Gandhi: His Failures, Pedophilia, Adultery, Incest, Sexual Perversion & Fetishes


·  Khumb Mela India: 60 million filthy naked drunk Indian sadus

·  India as a Space power!

these link will lead you again to .and there are a lot websites and blogs smearing and slandering Indian People. This is call islamism? Maybe.

Informing intentional false and lies are harmful like poison.

 Indian  Muslim and Pakistani Muslim : The last sixty years since independence.Its time for Indians to understand that Pakistan is using ‘Islam, The religion’ to set Indian muslim population against Indian establishment.


 Look at Pakistan for last sixty years.

 1) What Pakistan has given Muslims as security? It’s fragile and unstable country. Its economy is worse than India. It’s an epicenter of bloodshed. Its leaders are cause of international embarrassment. ( the whole world raise index finger for its offence against other countries and it’s internal humanitarian affairs) It never allows democratic ways of expression and treaties, it has been corrupted by its own policies of Military power. It runs by foreign donation. If it gets in touch with any land the land will sink in hell.


Do you like your country as example of Pakistan?


2) In India, Muslims enjoy a status of President, the highest seat of the country.

This is never allowed in Pakistan, how creep it is! You can rule over everyone as human beings, but never you can dominate or rule saying you belong a respective race, colour, nation, religion. It means you are acting as master to others who are not in your folds and slaves or in a seat of insult. In modern time irrespective of race, colour, nation and religion etc. we say we are equal. This is humanity. Those find classification in mankind and have systems to divide by race , colour, religion etc are animals, the whole world look at them with pity and leave some arms to qualify them into human kind. Look except Islam, most countries where other religions have majority, did not claim as Christian or hindu country and would be ruled by religious scripture that were written thousand years ago. What is civilization mean?  ) 




In India,Muslims are leaders in every state. Muslims are open to express any views. Muslims  are as scholars. And enjoying a better status than Pakistan in economy , education, and other sorts of living conditions. Muslims should be grateful to Indian establishment. Indian film industry is very famous than Pakistan, it is next to Hollywood the glamourous world. This Indian film industry has given the most opportunities to Muslims.  Indian Muslims should brave the aggression and ill Intentions toward India and protest and foil all its evil design openly.

Do you think Pakistan could ever be able to give muslims what Indian Government Has given to them? Do Muslim woman who are fond of liberal life style can be ever happy in Pakistani rule that for last sixty years Pakistan displayed? Indian madrasas are better than Pakistan, it caters more knowledge and wisdom in comparison of todays context.


3) Being unable to control the government Pakistan leaders are always making hype and hysteria of war against India. It helps the Pakistani leaders steal the public properties and siphon to other country, it helps Pakistani leaders to turn attention of Pakistani civilians from the arch light that fell on problems inside Pakistan and the failures to the commitment of the Pakistani government.This trickery is very old but it works  on Pakistani soil. It has more internal problems within its territory to grope and ponder. Pakistani news media also speak a lot false and lies being under pressure and wrath of  Government.  Pakistani civilians should access International news for its country if its citizens are willing to see the truth.  Indian Muslims are ( men and women) aware of their status and position as a human being under Islam and over the geographical locations. They are aware also that how selfish way the Muslim leaders under British India bluntly and blatantly, without any foresight or vision, divided an integral India into two nation and countries?  Those Muslim Leaders were elated about partition and conceived a Muslim country ruled by Muslim are the root of today’s miserable state of Muslims in Pakistan. All Muslims in Pakistan are degraded into worst situation of human nature. They are facing bloodsheds, crimes, genocides, degradation of womanhood, insecurity of common man etc. that a civilized country do not face. At least India is better than them. Pakistan, consists of a few states and mostly Muslims population yet we see the government ( flipflop — military and civilian) fails and failing for last sixty years. there is no perfect conditions  of human amenities. It’s a place of terrorism, human right violation, religious fanaticism, and false and lies. People of Pakistan should understand these and find path to the crossroad where it can explore democracy and civilization.


If British India were not divided into two nations I don’t see People in Pakistan, what nightmare it is watching for last sixty years, in education, economy, social condition, religious turmoil, and other sorts of evil attributes that are inflicted in and generated within its ground would not happen. At least south Asia would see a peaceful region that is emerging most gracefully.


The rational citizen should think twice, what is the root of hatred, violence and war in between south Asian countries?

We have different views as individuals, as groups by different aspects. But I believe in coexistence side by side plausible. Because, human being as we are, our priorities are on our own growth and peaceful harmonious living. We need each other for our own survival from different aspects. Never our motto is hurting someone.  We don’t have any profit out of it, rather we see a range of loss in many ways. We have to put importance first on our living—our family—how we bring up our children for better future, for better society, how we share our experience against nature and win, What is explorative and plausible human relations irrespective of traditional and conventional classification. how we struggle for our earnings, how we see and plan our goals etc. if any dispute arises, ( dispute arises and bound to arise in diverse and same society, Dispute is even in our body also, but do we cut limbs/parts our bodies in general, no. we wait and heal and help to recover faster) we have expressions and we understand our mistakes and disputes. Finally, there is a justice system where our grievances are addressed and redressed.


Everything we see by reason, by profit. In real life, life is first, religion is last. Those preach religion they are fraudster, religion is their source of exploitation and through which they earn their luxurious living. They are hypocrites what they preach that they donot follow. They take gullible, vulnerable people for their victims. So don’t mixup religion with your aim and ideals of human life. If you want to see things in true light than read history and information from different source.  One or two source may be biased but I think most countries are not biased with one hype and hypocrisy.


Your quest should be for truth, without proper knowledge you are slave you are not free. you should be aware of the circumstances around you are in. No one would ask you for your answer, but if you know the truth than you are loyal to you and all, otherwise you are slave and used by others.

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