Archive for the ‘Pakistan’ Category
So what’s new? More ‘Wrong Kind of Muslim’ bloodletting from the Religion of Uncontrollable Rage…
Gunmen [Those 'Gunmen' again - Ed] attacked a bus carrying Shiite Muslims in Pakistan’s insurgency-torn southwest on Tuesday, killing 13 people in the second major sectarian attack to hit the area in two weeks, police said.
Pakistan has faced mounting criticism from its minority Pakistani Shiite community and human rights groups for failing to prevent thousands of sectarian murders, which further destabilise the fragile US ally in the war on Al-Qaeda.
Tuesday’s drive-by shooting happened on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of oil and gas-rich Baluchistan, which borders Iran and Afghanistan. Read the rest of this entry »
But who’ll protect us from Hillary Clinton?:
Twenty-nine countries from around the world, plus the European Union, on Thursday launched a new multilateral organisation dedicated to fighting terrorism.
The new group will become “a counterterrorism network that is as nimble and adaptive as our adversaries,” US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said at the inaugural meeting of the Global Counterterrorism Forum, or GCTF.
“Let us pledge to learn as much as we can from one another,” she said at the meeting in a New York hotel on the margins of this week’s United Nations General Assembly.
The United States and Turkey will be the initial co-chairs of the group’s coordinating committee.
Major nations from Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Europe are members of the group, which includes leading Muslim nations like Egypt and Pakistan as well as emerging economic powers like China. Read the rest of this entry »
Presumably while their wives are at home, ‘striving to integrate’. More fruits of immigration lunacy from Islamised Europe:
There are currently several Dutch Muslims abroad actively participating in Islamic Jihad, the acting head of the General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) told a Dutch TV station.
According to Jan-Kees Goet, over the past two years several dozen Dutch Muslims have attempted to travel to countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia. Some of these have succeeded and are still active.
The internet appears to be a catalyst. Dutch Muslim males interested in the Jihad begin an Internet search – then, via hidden sites and forums they are introduced to so-called ‘facilitators’, who provide practical advice and assistance, for example on travel to Afghanistan.
The AIVD says that facilitators are active worldwide. “They are also active in the Netherlands”, says Goet.
Although, as over 10 years have now passed since the events of 9/11, society is paying less attention, the threat of Islamic terrorism is still ever-present.
And not just the Dutch Muslims. This week in Manchester, England, Munir Farooqi, a Pakistani immigrant, was jailed for a life term for Jihad recruitment for the Taliban – i.e. signing up British Muslims to travel to Afghanistan and kill British and coalition forces.
We strongly suspect that every Western country with a significant Muslim population is recruiting from within for Jihad terrorism. But, as in so many other facets of modern society, laissez-faire Multiculturalism, ‘diversity’- obsessed public policy and the mass media are busy shielding the problem from the only people who can effect real change and – armed with the facts – would have the will to do so: the electorates.
Full story at NOS (Dutch).
We Could have Told You That Ages Ago, Dept:
Pakistan is incapable of prosecuting terror suspects, according to a US State Department report which reveals that three in four defendants are acquitted.
The report paints a damning portrait of the key United States ally in the war on terror and criticises Islamabad’s failure to outlaw militant Islamic terror groups which escape bans by changing their names.
Islamabad had not closed loopholes which allow criminal gangs to launder funds for terrorist groups and had yet to sufficiently improve its police investigation methods to collect better evidence from crime scenes.
Film footage of the scene of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s 2007 assassination in Rawalpindi being hosed down inspired claims of an official cover-up.
The report comes amid deteriorating relations between the two countries and continuing anger in India at the slow progress in Pakistan’s prosecution of a number of alleged terrorist leaders charged with plotting the 2008 Mumbai massacre. Six Americans were among the 166 victims.
The criticisms are contained in the State Department’s 2010 Country Reports on Terrorism, published last week.
It found that while Pakistan maintained it was committed to prosecuting those accused of terrorism, a study of its Anti-Terrorism Court’s rulings last year disclosed “that Pakistan remained plagued by an acquittal rate of approximately 75 per cent”, and a legal system “almost incapable of prosecuting suspected terrorists”.
You lie down with dogs – you get up with fleas – international Islamo-terror hub Pakistan continues its slide into failed statehood. Every part of its state apparatus is tainted with corruption and terror links.
But the US Administration may have known this much earlier had they been regular readers of this blog.
Full story at the Telegraph
The unmistakeable whiff of Islamic hypocrisy, from Pious™ Pakistan:
Nadeem knows first hand the misery of life on the streets. Sexually assaulted as a child, he became a pimp of young boys — the only way he knew how to survive as a member of Pakistan’s underclass.
He says he was 12 years old when he was attacked. Since then, he has been dragged into a vicious cycle of horrifying abuse allegedly aided and abetted by police and which few are willing to confront in the Muslim country.
“It was just the third night I slept on a street when a policeman picked me up and did bad things to me. I cried a lot but no one came to help me,” Nadeem, now 17, told AFP. Read the rest of this entry »