Crosstalk on Afghanistan

January 31, 2010 at 1:09 pm (Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, , )

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US terrorism in Afghanistan

January 31, 2010 at 12:35 pm (Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, , , )

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Dr. Israr Ahmed- The Last Crusade

January 28, 2010 at 10:43 pm (Allama Iqbal, History, Islam, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , , )

part 1

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Taliban strike back

January 18, 2010 at 3:52 pm (Global Issues, Politics) (, , , , )

By ROBERT H. REID and RAHIM FAIEZ

Taliban Attack 

KABUL — Taliban militants wearing explosive vests launched a brazen daylight assault Monday on the center of Kabul, with suicide bombings and gunbattles near the presidential palace and other government buildings that paralyzed the city for hours.

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Nir Rosen- If you don’t want Muslims to attack you then stop killing them!

January 17, 2010 at 12:10 am (Global Issues, Interview, Islam, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , )

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CIA drone strike missed Mehsud, say Pakistani Taliban

January 16, 2010 at 11:57 pm (Pakistan, Politics) (, , , )

By Declan Walsh

Source: Guardian

Leader left Waziristan compound before attack, say insurgents, while intelligence source concedes it is highly unlikely he died

Pakistani Taliban commander Hakimullah Mehsud 

The Pakistani Taliban have denied reports that their leader, Hakimullah Mehsud, was killed in a American drone strike in Waziristan this morning.

Twelve militants were reportedly killed in the attack on a remote compound on the border between North and South Waziristan, prompting rumours that Mehsud was among them.

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Divide and Fool

January 15, 2010 at 4:31 pm (Education, Global Issues, Governance, History, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , , , , )

By Komal Hashmi

T

he Divide and Conquer Strategy enables one power to break another into smaller, more manageable pieces, and then take control of those pieces one by one. It generally takes a very strong power to implement divide and conquer strategy. In order to successfully break up another power or government, the conqueror must have access to strong political, military, and economic machines. In reality, it often refers to a strategy where small power groups are prevented from linking up and becoming more powerful, since it is difficult to break up existing power structures.

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The Truth Behind Taliban

January 12, 2010 at 6:32 pm (Global Issues, Islam, Politics) (, , , )

part 1

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AMERICANS MUST ASK; WHO IS BREEDING TERRORISM?

January 11, 2010 at 2:48 pm (Global Issues, History, Islam, Politics) (, , , , , , )

Source: Pakalert

The above-captioned article was written by John Pilger in the daily The Yumiuri Shimbun, of Japan, dated 30th August, 1998. He says “In recent years Muslims have been the greatest sufferers from state terrorism.” The excerpts of his above-mentioned article are as below.

“By knowingly killing innocent people, for political ends, President Clinton is a terrorist. By supporting his actions, the Prime Minister and the Defense Secretary, of Britain, are accomplices. The dictionary meaning of terrorism allows no other interpretation; the rest is willful obfuscation, or propaganda. What matters now is our informed reaction.

In 1986, there was an ‘evil’ Colonel Gaddafi, whose country President Reagan bombed from bases in Britain, killing mostly women and children, including Gaddafi’s 16- month-old daughter.

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Embracing the Veil

January 5, 2010 at 8:09 pm (Islam, Politics) (, , )

By YVONNE RIDLEY

Bismillaah

LONDON — I used to look at veiled women as quiet, oppressed creatures — until I was captured by the Taliban.

In September 2001, just 15 days after the terrorist attacks on the United States, I sneaked into Afghanistan, clad in a head-to-toe blue burqa, intending to write a newspaper account of life under the repressive regime. Instead, I was discovered, arrested and detained for 10 days. I spat and swore at my captors; they called me a “bad” woman but let me go after I promised to read the Quran and study Islam. (I’m not sure who was happier when I was freed — they or I.)

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US intelligence chief criticises spy failings in Afghanistan

January 5, 2010 at 7:31 pm (Global Issues, Politics) (, , , )

By Jon Boone in Kabul

Source: Guardian

Kabul 

US army intelligence chiefs in Afghanistan find foreign newspaper articles about the country more useful than the information collected by their own soldiers in the field, a highly critical report by the top US intelligence officer said yesterday.

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Brig (R) Amir Sultan Tarar A.K.A. Col Imam

January 4, 2010 at 3:01 pm (Interview, Islam, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , )

part 1

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Khalid Khawaja- Nationalism or assbiyat in Muslims has led us to our current situation

January 4, 2010 at 2:37 pm (Global Issues, Interview, Islam, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , )

the entire interview available at http://www.azaantv.tv/intellecttalk_detail.asp?str_mid=46

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Dr. Israr Ahmed- Malakand is part of Khorasan and truth about Ghazawatul hind hadith

January 4, 2010 at 2:17 pm (Interview, Islam, Khilafa, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , , )

 

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Gen Hamid Gul- Pakistan is majbooristan and has weak eiman

January 4, 2010 at 1:59 pm (Interview, Islam, Pakistan, Politics, Uncategorized) (, , , )

part 1

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Gen Mirza Aslam Baig- Pakistan’s military dictatorship traded blood of martyrs

January 4, 2010 at 1:54 pm (Interview, Islam, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , )

part 1

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Dr. Israr Ahmed- Malakand, Pakistan Taliban and role of Pak army and government

January 1, 2010 at 6:29 pm (Islam, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , , , )

A must must watch! Truth about the deception behind swat and malakand operations.

audio only.

part 1

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It’s all about AF-Pak

December 30, 2009 at 7:18 pm (Global Issues, Pakistan, Politics) (, , )

Source: Khilafah Magazine

The climate of the Himalayas is set to change yet again. The melting of snow in the Himalayan summer is a natural phenomenon but the melting of tensions between two heavy weights of the region – Pakistan and India – is so artificial that its sensation does not require any sophistication.

Once again the stage is being set to restart the so called composite dialog between two arch rivals in South Asia and the meeting of the Premiers of two countries at the sidelines of NAM in Sharm-el-Sheikh was the beginning of the dialog process. However events leading to Sharm-el-Sheikh need scrutinizing so as to avoid illusions and unnecessary hope re the future.

Traditionally the bilateral issues between Pakistan and India have been Kashmir, water disputes, Sirkrek, Siachin, nuclear related issues and military matters related to the ratio of forces. Before 9/11 the strategic equation of the region differed considerably compared to the present day scenario. India and Pakistan had been struggling on the basis of equality for influence in Afghanistan and Central Asia. Despite some deficiencies Pakistan was in a much better position prior to the occupation of Afghanistan by the US. By becoming the client state of America in its so called war on terror Pakistan has not only lost its strategic space but handed over its sphere of influence to American led forces and India who both have interests contrary to Pakistan. On the other hand the Indo-U.S relationship has entered a new phase of strategic partnership and the Indo-U.S nuclear deal was its manifestation.

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CIA False Flag Operations May Include Suicide Bombings in Pakistan Which are Blamed on Taliban and Al-Qaeda

December 28, 2009 at 12:29 am (Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, , )

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US forces mounted secret Pakistan raids in hunt for al-Qaida

December 24, 2009 at 12:24 pm (Pakistan, Politics) (, , )

Source: Guardian

By Declan Walsh

Former Nato officer reveals secret night operations in border region which America kept quiet.

Demonstrators in Quetta set US flag on fire

Demonstrators in Quetta protest against US threats to extend drone strikes into the Balochistan region, which US military chiefs fear is becoming a Taliban ‘hub’. Photograph: Banaras Khan/AFP/Getty Images

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