Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Dilbu » 14 Feb 2014 13:40

It can also be a message to US, Iran and other parties that to counter Iran's nukes Saudi will deploy TSP fighters loaded with nukes.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Lalmohan » 14 Feb 2014 13:46

bandar sales are hashish pipe dreams, more about four_father love fantasies than anything else

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Joseph » 14 Feb 2014 16:17

Maybe it is some payoff to the Pakis so that the Pakis will send the two divisions that the Saudis requested.

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The PA wouldn't have to move their own equipment back and forth between KSA and Pakistan.

The PA also wouldn't have to cross train on the equipment that the Saudis have bought from the West over the years.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby anupmisra » 14 Feb 2014 17:13

Only in al-bakistan. Team to recover kidnapped govt officials also abducted. :shock: Almost comical, bordering on idiotic. Like I said, only in al-bakistan.

The team that went for the recovery of two senior government officials, who were kidnapped a day earlier by unknown gunmen from Tump town in Balochistan’s Kech district, were also abducted today
Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) had claimed responsibility for the first incident of kidnapping
The gunmen had overpowered at least 18 staff and security personnel
The recovery team...were kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from Gomazai who then took them to a nearby mountain

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby anupmisra » 14 Feb 2014 17:23

This "potential sale" of JF17 and trainer aircrafts (presumably al-mashak, an SKD kit) are perhaps gimmicks by the NS gobermint to send a message to the eyerainians to play both sides. Someone asked "why would the Saudis buy cheap copies when they can buy the originals. They won't. They don't. We have five bases in al-saudistan to protect our interests and, in a way, protect the Saudi king. That's all he needs.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Paul » 14 Feb 2014 17:37

^^^^ VV ominous and dangerous develpment for India if it happens. Pakis get 100 - 150 bomb trucks for free, further their aero mfg complex and get their pilots trained at saudi expense. These planes can be deployed against India in the next Indo-pak flareup. This will also go a long way in helping plan for their Mirage III/V replacement.

To counter this IAF either needs to induct LCA in quantity (pigs will fly before this happens) or speed up the Rafale procurement.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Dilbu » 14 Feb 2014 18:17

Police uncover 'al Qaeda network' in Karachi varsity
Karachi: Pakistani police on Friday claimed they had uncovered an al Qaeda network in the University of Karachi by arresting three persons involved in terrorist activities and distributing jihadi propaganda and literature.

CID official Raja Umar Khatab said all the arrested persons were students of the university. The network was responsible for targeted killings, bomb attacks and other terrorist activities, he said.

"There is an al Qaeda network operating in the university which includes students and some professors. Laboratories were being used to create explosive materials," he told a news conference.

"We have recovered plenty of al Qaeda literature, emails, weapons and explosive materials from their possession," Khatab said. The network operated under the codename "Ahsab"
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby anupmisra » 14 Feb 2014 18:28

Dilbu wrote:Police uncover 'al Qaeda network' in Karachi varsity

Laboratories were being used to create explosive materials


All this late night lab work. You would think aslam was after extra credit and building a resume. Does it count towards "hands-on" experience?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Lalmohan » 14 Feb 2014 18:28

anyone know the exact numbers? i would estimate that 20-30% of saudi air force pilots are ex TSPAF

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby sadhana » 15 Feb 2014 04:27

partha wrote:
sadhana wrote:Islamisation of Jinnah

Ayesha Siddiqa Agha

http://www.scribd.com/doc/206997012/Isl ... ruary-2013



Pakistan had "secular liberal traditions"? When exactly?


What struck me is how jihadi organizations dedicated to killing Indians are spreading far and wide in Pak. These have no just one or two regional centers, they are all over, urban rural, multiple cities, towns, provinces, a whole jihad economy is sinking roots. This means when Pak decides to launch terror attacks, they will have
1. More manpower
2. More public support
3. More supporters in media, political parties, business groups
4. No capability to shut down these groups

I think the jihadi orgns have reached the magnitude and proportions such that India should seriously consider outright sanctions so that those in Pak media, political parties and business groups don't get to talk on both sides of their mouths : ie sustain/tolerate the jihadi orgns AND profit from India trade and travel.

The earlier these groups are forced to deal with their hypocrisy regarding jihadi groups, the better it is. Later the jihadi octopus will be too big for them to handle, even if they want to.

btw, do you realize that of ALL ENTITIES IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD, the TTP is the ONLY entity on earth which is making Pak elite actually pay a cost(in occasional discomfort and dread wrt Sharia) for its hypocrisy?


I have no idea what the Indian govt has been upto the last 20 years actually. Every year it should bring out a white paper 'terrorist groups in Pakistan'.
1. List the group
2. List its centers, leaders
3. List its annual budget : revenues, revenue sources, spending details.
4. List its jihadi publications
5. List the terrorist attacks attributed to it within Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Burma, Bangladesh, India
6. List its affiliations in Pak military, political leaders, national and provincial governments, media
7. Proximity to PAF, PN, and nuclear command chain

Idjut Indians are going to do this after the nuke attack?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby sanjaykumar » 15 Feb 2014 04:44

Why upset the apple cart? Present policy (whatever it is) pays dividends. Such as 'btw, do you realize that of ALL ENTITIES IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD, the TTP is the ONLY entity on earth which is making Pak elite actually pay a cost(in occasional discomfort and dread wrt Sharia) for its hypocrisy?'.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby vivek_ahuja » 15 Feb 2014 06:08

anupmisra wrote:Only in al-bakistan. Team to recover kidnapped govt officials also abducted. :shock: Almost comical, bordering on idiotic. Like I said, only in al-bakistan.

The team that went for the recovery of two senior government officials, who were kidnapped a day earlier by unknown gunmen from Tump town in Balochistan’s Kech district, were also abducted today
Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) had claimed responsibility for the first incident of kidnapping
The gunmen had overpowered at least 18 staff and security personnel
The recovery team...were kidnapped by unidentified gunmen from Gomazai who then took them to a nearby mountain


:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Anujan » 15 Feb 2014 06:34

A TFTA gun toting guard in Karachi. Looks so .... SDRE?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby sadhana » 15 Feb 2014 07:53

sanjaykumar wrote:Why upset the apple cart? Present policy (whatever it is) pays dividends. Such as 'btw, do you realize that of ALL ENTITIES IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD, the TTP is the ONLY entity on earth which is making Pak elite actually pay a cost(in occasional discomfort and dread wrt Sharia) for its hypocrisy?'.


Again, despite the fact that TTP is the only entity on earth calling the Pak elite to account on its hypocrisy, TTP is only causing occasional scared thoughts among the Pak elite - it isn't materially hurting them. The ongoing TTP melodrama is also providing an environment in which all jihadi orgns are flourishing.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby partha » 15 Feb 2014 07:59

Shahbaz Shariff has recently said that military on "both sides of the border" are against India-Pak trade. If he lacks the guts to blame just the Pak army then he should STFU. First of all there is absolutely nothing to gain for India from trade with Pakistan. India will do well even without it. It is Pakistan which is in dire need of trade to revive its sinking economy. Even in this situation Pakis display Pakiness. Some third rate terror sponsor demands rest of the world treat it as first world superpower.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby partha » 15 Feb 2014 08:07

sadhana wrote:Again, despite the fact that TTP is the only entity on earth calling the Pak elite to account on its hypocrisy, TTP is only causing occasional scared thoughts among the Pak elite - it isn't materially hurting them. The ongoing TTP melodrama is also providing an environment in which all jihadi orgns are flourishing.


Yes, the best thing about TTP is that they are exposing RAPE hypocrisy. Even if TTP takes over Isloo and hangs them elites in public, their last wish will be to snatch Kashmir from India.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby partha » 15 Feb 2014 08:10

No wait.. before TTP reaches Isloo, elites will shift to London and NY and continue to fight for Kashmir.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby anupmisra » 15 Feb 2014 09:44

partha wrote:Shahbaz Shariff has recently said that military on "both sides of the border" are against India-Pak trade.


Well, one thing is certain. Nawaz Sharief has just confirmed that paki army is against trade with India.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Anujan » 15 Feb 2014 11:58

The armies and political parties on both sides of the border should stop appeasing the taliban.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby partha » 15 Feb 2014 13:49

http://tribune.com.pk/story/670699/govt-tells-senators-taliban-holding-talks-means-they-recognise-constitution/

“I would like to make it clear that my party [the Pakistan Peoples Party] is not against the peace talks, but the way these talks are taking place, it is not acceptable.” Without giving out any names, he said the Taliban have now become part of some political parties. “In the dialogue and negotiations, it seems like the Taliban are holding talks with the Taliban.”

:rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby sadhana » 15 Feb 2014 20:39

Omar Sheikh of IA hijacking and Daniel Pearl fame has supposedly attempted suicide in jail:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1087231

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Anujan » 15 Feb 2014 23:22

^^^

A British-Pakistani man convicted of the killing of US reporter Daniel Pearl has attempted to commit suicide in a Pakistani prison, an official said Saturday.


Why do western countries radicalize Pakistanis so much? They are peace loving, liberal, forward thinking people, who emigrate, acquire citizenship by exploiting immigration/asylum laws and suddenly the turn radical!! Western countries should introspect their policies and education system.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby joygoswami » 15 Feb 2014 23:36

Hyper mohtarma, potential Benis material.

Hafiz Mullah Rapes a 6 years old child

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby arun » 15 Feb 2014 23:46

After getting removed from the MSCI Emerging Markets Index in Dec 2008, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan sees its weightage on the lower tiered MSCI Frontier Index cut back :

Pakistan weightage slips in MSCI index

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby sadhana » 16 Feb 2014 01:12

Anujan wrote:^^^

A British-Pakistani man convicted of the killing of US reporter Daniel Pearl has attempted to commit suicide in a Pakistani prison, an official said Saturday.


Why do western countries radicalize Pakistanis so much? They are peace loving, liberal, forward thinking people, who emigrate, acquire citizenship by exploiting immigration/asylum laws and suddenly the turn radical!! Western countries should introspect their policies and education system.



Not in the sense you mean, but in this case western countries apparently did aid his radicalization. Apparently he went to Bosnia in the 1990s along with other mujahiddeen who were (reportedly) encouraged to go there by US and UK intelligence in the Clinton era.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2002/j ... monjeffery

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2005/s ... m.politics

Both Pak and UK govts seem to have left him to rot, while so many others of his mindset strut about freely.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby A_Gupta » 16 Feb 2014 03:58

Iqbal's Muslim Superman : a book review of Rubina Saigol’s The Pakistan Project: A Feminist perspective on Nation and Identity
http://tazeen.net/2014/02/10/iqbals-muslim-superman/

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby arun » 16 Feb 2014 13:59

Demonstration of the IEDology of Pakistan kills 8:

Blast on railway track near Jacobabad kills 8 people including 4 children


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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Baikul » 16 Feb 2014 17:37

Jhujar wrote:Taliban term Pakistan Army as their ‘frontline enemy’
Malsi Abb Lahore Chalsi Owrr pakistan Farr Siii

Islamabad- Despite the ongoing peace process, Taliban consider Pakistan army as their frontline enemy.“[b]Our war is not restricted to Kayani or Pasha. Our frontline enemy is the Pakistan Army and its main characters. So if we get any opportunity to target them, we will take it”.................


Mash'alla the Taliban has come out with its own Green(er) Book..

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby anupmisra » 16 Feb 2014 18:12

Religious leaders oppose use of force against militants

The heads of about 30 religious parties and groups have opposed the use of force against militants in case the ongoing peace talks between the government and the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan end in failure
opposed launching a military operation against the Taliban in case there was no breakthrough
to give peace a chance (think of the children)

:eek:

That's right people. Please don't hurt the tellibunnies' feelings by attacking them while they give it their best shot to negotiate a peaceful and just transition to an even more shariah-based violent society. LaWhore logic has now gone viral.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby anupmisra » 16 Feb 2014 18:59

Know why the pakis voted against India in the ICC elections? India threatened bakistan for opposing Big Three: Zaka-hari

the idea of Big Three was originated by India who threatened him for opposing it
initially five countries opposed the idea for which India termed bakistan responsible for that opposition
bakistan was his priority
cricket is the voice of the entire nation and it makes the nation united
Zaka-hari said that his decision of not to be a part of Big Three was appreciated all over the country but when he came back to Pakistan everybody was criticising his action


There! It was for the children of the nation that shaka-hari opposed India.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Lilo » 16 Feb 2014 19:05

We are missing out on IPL experience: Hafeez :((
Press Trust of India | 16-Feb

Karachi: Pakistan's T20 captain, Mohammad Hafeez feels the PCB should sort out the issue of Pakistani players not being allowed to play in the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL).

"It is strange that for years now Pakistani players have not been allowed to play in the IPL. Because it is a world class league and there is so much to learn from it," Hafeez said in an interview to Express newspaper.

"I played in the first season of the IPL and I got a chance to share the dressing room with greats like Sourav Ganguly and Ricky Pointing and it was a great learning experience. I believe that what our players are missing out the most is this aspect of playing in the IPL," he said.

The allrounder, who represented Kolkata Knight Riders in the first season, said he had stopped following the IPL auction because Pakistani players were not part of it.

"It is no use taking interest in a thing you are not part of. But this IPL problem is something that our cricket board should look into and resolve. Because it is a world class event and every player wants to take part in such an event where the big crowds only add to the fun and excitement," Hafeez added.

The Pakistan captain said he personally would like to play in the IPL if the doors are open. "My belief has always been to keep politics and sports apart."


Talking about the forthcoming World T20 Cup in Bangladesh where Pakistan will clash with India, Hafeez said it was going to be a tough event for his team.

"I know that we have not performed well against India in ICC events but I believe for good or bad the past should be past. This is a new event and obviously we will go into the match against India with lots of passion and will to win."

Hafeez said that though Pakistan were placed in the group of death with India, Australia and West Indies he was confident that the team would not disappoint their countrymen.

"We have beaten all these teams in the past and I think we have a top-class T20 squad that is capable of defeating anyone. So definitely I am not under any pressure because of the strong group or India and I think we can go all the way this time."

http://m.ibnlive.com/news/cricketnext/w ... 85-78.html

IPL pe chance dede baba :((

Seriously why do these large hearted Pakis want to mingle with small hearted Indians that too in dressing rooms hain ji? :eek:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby A_Gupta » 16 Feb 2014 19:06

Outline of an American undergraduate course on Pakistan: (PDF file)
"The
 Meaning 
of
 Pakistan:
 History,
 Culture,
 Art"
http://lgdata.s3-website-us-east-1.amaz ... llabus.pdf

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby sadhana » 16 Feb 2014 19:07

IMO, Omar Sheikh would prefer to escape to N Waziristan and 'die' in a drone strike. How to make it happen? Maybe transfer him to another jail?

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sadhana wrote:

I have no idea what the Indian govt has been upto the last 20 years actually. Every year it should bring out a white paper 'terrorist groups in Pakistan'.
1. List the group
2. List its centers, leaders
3. List its annual budget : revenues, revenue sources, spending details.
4. List its jihadi publications
5. List the terrorist attacks attributed to it within Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Burma, Bangladesh, India
6. List its affiliations in Pak military, political leaders, national and provincial governments, media
7. Proximity to PAF, PN, and nuclear command chain

Idjut Indians are going to do this after the nuke attack?


Very sagacious recommendation.

When will the GoI do it?!!

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby rajithn » 16 Feb 2014 19:31

VijayKM wrote:
Very sagacious recommendation.

When will the GoI do it?!!


Not going to happen as long as the current dispensation is in Dilli Sultanate. The pakis have enough information on our politicos. Out the information on the terror groups, which our security services are sure to have, and you will have a deluge of information in public on Indian politico-DI deals, black money stashing, Indian politicos existing business interests fed by Pakistan and other lecherous escapades of our babushka and politicians.

It's all part of the quid pro quo.

Same reason our security services have been prevented from targeting the likes of Gul and other paki jernails, who we know are the real backers of every insidious plot from the LoP.

At some point, I am hoping NaMo or his key deputies take this up. Not necessarily immediately after taking up the administration in 2014...but at some point in the first 2-3 years.
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby abhijitm » 16 Feb 2014 19:31

TTP decides on ceasefire
The Taliban have decided in principle on a ceasefire that is likely to be announced in the next 24 hours but have demanded the release of detained non-combatants and withdrawal of the Pakistani Army from North Waziristan region, media reports said on Sunday.

Let us be very clear here. When TTP talks about ceasefire they mean no killing in Pakjab but they CAN continue whatever they are doing in Karachi, right? And PPP and MQM are okay with this arrangement!

At the same time pakistani pappu Bilawal is cross with TTP
Bilawal lashes out at 'stone-age' Taliban
“The Taliban want to impose the law of terror in the country, but I want to tell them, if you have to live in Pakistan you will have to follow its constitution,” he said.

“We don't accept the law of terrorists,” he added. “Some people are trying to bring back the stone-age era in the country in the name of Islam.”

“The terrorists should think of the time when the whole nation will stand against them,” he said in Makli, around 100 kilometres north of Karachi.

“We are Muslims and the terrorist groups should not try to teach us Islam.”

Sounds desperate, not to mention blasphemous. He practically called Sharia as a law of terrorist and stone age.

But intriguing. It seems after the talk Sindh will remain student of TTP while pakjab will be off the hook, for the time being. TTP has invested a lot in Karachi and they will never let go the advantage.
--

Since assuming office both Shariffs are playing good-cop-bad-cop with TTP hoping to get most out of them.
Pakistani Premier Forms Group to Start Talks With Taliban
A politician from the governing party, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said that although Mr. Sharif was insistent on pursuing a dialogue, the country’s powerful military remained determined to retaliate for any future terrorist attack.

“The military establishment has decided to use force,” the politician said. “Talks and use of force will go side by side.”


Whereas it seems that TTP is well ahead of the game. They have used Sharia in the best way possible. No way they will get Sharia in pakjab for now. But using this tool they are planning to get maximum in KP and FATA.
read this very interesting press conference by Fazlullah with the selected group of journalists
We’re the Illuminati of Pakistan: TTP
We kept attacking people even when ‘peace talks’ were underway. When we outlined our demands we made sure they were ridiculous and absolutely absurd. We even upped the ante and told the government not to impose any difficult conditions after giving them a list of impossible stipulations. We were sure people would stand up and say “That is it, no more of this nonsense”,” says Fazlullah. He was speaking in reference to the infamous list of priorities that the peace talks committee has been handed over by the Taliban. Amongst other things the list asked for Sharia law in courts (Pakistan already has a Federal Sharia Court in place); Islamic education system (Islamiyat is taught at all levels in school); freedom for Taliban (when they’re not being elusive they simply break out of jails), etc. Their demands gave the impression that the country wasn’t the Islamic Republic of Pakistan but the Kababic Republic of Pakistan.


I am quoting the entire article now
Earlier today the Taliban from Pakistan made an exasperated announcement to a select few media persons. The group has revealed itself to be Pakistan’s ‘Illuminati’ group that was meant to form a new World Order (restricted only to Pakistan, of course). Contrary to popular belief, their ultimate aim is not to promote Sharia in the country – all they were trying to do was start a revolution so that the common man could learn to fight for his rights.

“Like the Illuminati, our goal has always been to promote gender equality, liberalism and secularism in Pakistan. We are fans of free-thinking. All our actions were meant to spark an uprising where the common man stood up for himself. But we have repeatedly failed,” lamented Maulana Fazlullah. History has shown that great oppression leads to great revolt and great revolt eventually leads to some form of change. As per their most recent claims, it is a positive change that the TTP has been seeking ever since their creation. Something along the lines of the French Revolution was meant to take place in Pakistan, apparently. Many have often prophesised of unrest and rebellion in Pakistan citing the poverty, lack of basic standards of living, lack of access to health facilities etc. Even the rich aren’t trying to get richer in Pakistan; most people are just trying to immigrate.

“We kept attacking people even when ‘peace talks’ were underway. When we outlined our demands we made sure they were ridiculous and absolutely absurd. We even upped the ante and told the government not to impose any difficult conditions after giving them a list of impossible stipulations. We were sure people would stand up and say “That is it, no more of this nonsense”,” says Fazlullah. He was speaking in reference to the infamous list of priorities that the peace talks committee has been handed over by the Taliban. Amongst other things the list asked for Sharia law in courts (Pakistan already has a Federal Sharia Court in place); Islamic education system (Islamiyat is taught at all levels in school); freedom for Taliban (when they’re not being elusive they simply break out of jails), etc. Their demands gave the impression that the country wasn’t the Islamic Republic of Pakistan but the Kababic Republic of Pakistan.

Talking about the lack of willpower of the common man the TTP leader continued, “You have no idea how shocked and disappointed we are. People still lack motivation! How many more of you do we have to kill before you start caring about the bigger picture? We took away your Chaudhry Aslam so that you mice could become men – and then we blew up Aitezaz so you could find your own courage, but nope, this country and its people can watch everyone burn around them and do nothing.” Chaudhry Aslam was targeted by the Taliban more than half a dozen times before he finally lost his life. Aitezaz Hassan died tackling a suicide bomber; his sacrifice helped many others live. Both men are seen as icons of courage in the country.

The TTP also outlined how they tried to create a sense of brotherhood and harmony between faiths in the country. Pakistan has a long history of minority abuse. From forcefully converting and abducting Hindu girls for marriage to creating false blasphemy cases against Christians, if there’s an atrocity that could be committed, someone in the country takes it upon themselves to get the job done. “We attacked the Peshawar church; it was a calculated move for us. Pakistanis were supposed to feel empathy; this community was being attacked like everyone else. They were supposed to rise to the occasion. Instead, the ones dying and dead were called “safai wallay” on national TV. Their human value was reduced to their utility as janitors! Christian protestors were attacked by average Joes. This entire country is mental!” he cried.

When questioned about TTP’s real stance on women, Fazlullah became at once animated. “Don’t even get me started on the women. We released reports that 500 female suicide bombers were ready for action; then we said the pious version of Veena Malik was a role model for Pakistani women; nothing we do or say infuriates them. They don’t want to fight for their rights, heck they aren’t even trying all that hard to get a seat on the peace talks committee,” he said. TTP had originally hoped that increased pressure and atrocities against women would result in an Iran-like revolution where women took to the streets to protest and find their voice. But Pakistani women, like Pakistani men, seem not to have that big of a problem with the TTP.

The threat against Chitralis and Ismaili Muslims issued by the TTP was also outlined as a strategic move. “Hello? Your Quaid was Ismaili? Your culture is your identity? Does nothing faze you people?” asked Fazlullah with clear frustration. “We were very happy when the Sindh Festival was announced. We were ecstatic that some political leader finally seemed to give a damn about the tattered remains of the Pakistani culture. Then waltzed in that buffoon with that Superman logo, what does Superman have to do with Sindh? And his elder sister one-upped him by rapping out an invitation to the Sindh Fest. What Sindhi rappers have ever existed in this culture? When we heard about the fashion show using ajrak and traditional Sindhi prints we were happy… then we saw the ajrak mini dresses – seriously? That is YOUR culture? Seriously?” Fazlullah exclaimed.

Fazlullah ended the session with the following statement: “This is not the Arab Spring, we get it, but would it kill the people of this country to do anything beyond writing a few statuses, tweets and liking posts that talk about hating us? We’ve seen more people at a nihari stand protesting lack of nali in their meal!”

Impressed!! Fazlullah is for pakistan president.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Peregrine » 16 Feb 2014 19:36

Jhujar wrote:Taliban term Pakistan Army as their ‘frontline enemy’
Malsi Abb Lahore Chalsi Owrr pakistan Farr Siii

Islamabad- Despite the ongoing peace process, Taliban consider Pakistan army as their frontline enemy.“Our war is not restricted to Kayani or Pasha. Our frontline enemy is the Pakistan Army and its main characters. So if we get any opportunity to target them, we will take it” TTP’s freedom fighter ,spokesman Shahidullah Shahid told a local magazine.“We have carried out big attacks everywhere, from the tribal areas to Karachi. Our most effective activities have been in Punjab and Sindh. Whether it is GHQ, Kamra, PNS Mehran or foreigners in the northern areas, we have influence all over the country. If the talks fail and an operation is launched, we will have no regrets,” TTP’s spokesperson said in an interview. Shahid said TTP Chief & Upcoiming Amir ul Momeen ,Mullah Fazlullah would lead Pakistan as the first caliph after Shariah law is imposed in the country. He added they want the enforcement of Shariah in Pakistan; considering it the sole reason behind its creation.“We are fighting for Shariah, keeping in mind the people who can establish the government and run the system as a caliph. Amir ul Momeen ,Mullah Fazlullah is leading us and he possesses all the qualities to lead us as a nation,” he said.About the ongoing dialogue with the Pakistani government, he said both sides have agreed not to impose preconditions. He explained Tehreek-e-Taliban is at war with the government for two reasons, which are ties with the United States and the continuation of an un-Islamic democratic system. “We want the peace talks to succeed. Previous rounds failed because of the government’s non-serious attitude and foreign pressure. If these talks fail, the government will obviously try to launch a military operation. We have been tested before and we have passed such phases with success. Another military operation can’t harm the Tehreek-e-Taliban. Our network has expanded economically, militarily and politically” TTP spokesman said when asked about the expected military action.Shahid Ullah Shahid denied any statement regarding targeting Maryam Nawaz, the daughter of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Marking The Booty Before Ghazwa Khyber Banjab).


Jhujar Ji :

The Talibanization and Shariahization of the Land of the Pure and Home of the Terrorists will be fully acheived sooner than later. it is now for the Government of India in General and MMS in Particular to realize the outcome of the latest talks between the Government and the Taliban in Pakistan and take immediate action to SEAL OUR BORDERS before the Pakistani Sleepers in the Form of Ahmedies, Hazaras, Ismailies, Kalash, Shias, even Sunnis etc. etc. ENTER INDIA by the Tens of Millions.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby Brad Goodman » 16 Feb 2014 20:21

Pakistan stops issuing NOCs for screening of Indian films

Pakistani authorities have stopped issuing "No-Objection Certificates" for the screening of Indian films, holding up the release of new movies like 'Gunday' and 'Hasee Toh Phasee'.


"The irony is that pirated copies of 'Gunday' are being aired on cable across Karachi but it can't be shown legally in cinemas," said the manager of Capri cinema.


Serves right for all Paki lovers in Bollywood.

Siddiqui, who works with the oldest distribution company Mandviwallas, said the screening of Indian films had fuelled the revival of the cinema industry in Pakistan.


I am all for the ban for us it means less paki glorifying characters to bear in movies. That Siyapaa movie raises my blood preassure by least 20 points. Kick all pakis out of India and let them take their superior talents to Peshawar. For pakis it means one less outing (with cinema halls closed) they already don't have parks or hill stations left. It is classic laboratory to see how once humans are mutating into anarchy.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Jan 04, 2014

Postby member_23252 » 16 Feb 2014 20:34

Purani Jeans | Butcher’s Block

Hollywood actors Ava Gardner and Stewart Granger arrive in Lahore for filming scenes for Bhowani Junction. Based on a novel written by a British colonial officer with a familial history of colonial management stretching four generations, the story for the film was set in the year 1946, in fictional Bhowani Junction, most likely Jhansi, in a colonial India on the cusp of independence.

The film’s production studio, MGM, originally wanted to film in India. However, uncomfortable with the film’s theme, and judging the materials insulting, the Indian government refused to allow filming. Indian insistence at seeing the script pre-shooting, and its tax collectors’ demand for greater share of the film’s profit also contributed to the tension. The Pakistani government, however, was more amenable to American overtures and offered MGM ready assistance, a waiver of all taxes, and even the provision of army soldiers to assist in filming.


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