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Enemy Out To Discredit Army And ISI

Pakistan Army and its security agencies to discredit the defenders of Pakistan and create a situation

Pakistan: In The Mist Of Strategic Terrorism

"Pakistan is a nation of 1.5 billion people. Every Muslim no matter where he lives is a Pakistani." Raja Mujtaba

RAF Eurofighter Typhoons 'Beaten By Pakistani F-16s'

Pakistani pilots flying modernised versions of the 1970s-vintage F-16 Falcon fighter have beaten the RAF's brand-new Eurofighter Typhoon

Expand Black Ops From Pakistan To North Africa

Panetta said he wants to hit al-Qaida’s “nodes” from Pakistan to North Africa

Pak Short-Range Nukes Raise Alarm

Pakistan's recent testing of NASR or Hatf-9 short range missile, coupled with its rapidly growing stockpile of low-intensity nuclear weapons

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Sleeping Giant?

Today, Pakistan has over 6 millions citizens who are over the age of 65. Such people witnessed the partition, some survived the treacherous journey from Amritsar to Lahore, whilst others left all their livelihoods and in effect migrated to the new nation. The creation of Pakistan, the struggle and the sacrifices are all taught in schools and every Pakistani can reel of Pakistan's history. Even though 50% of Pakistan's population is under the age of 15! Pakistan's history and its constituent parts form part of the Pakistani psyche.

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Sunday, August 7, 2011

US SEAL Team 6 (OBL Assasination Squad) killed in Afghanistan in mysterious Helicopter Crash

President Barack Obama said Saturday that the deaths of Americans in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan are a reminder of the “extraordinary” price the U.S. military is paying in the decade-long Afghan war.
Insurgents shot down a U.S. military helicopter during fighting in eastern Afghanistan, killing 30 Americans, most of them belonging to the same elite unit as the Navy SEALs who killed Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden, U.S. officials said Saturday. 

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Ankara would have to operate without NATO’s intelligence information on incoming ballistic missiles if it chooses to buy Chinese or Russian systems

Hurriyet Daily News

Ankara would have to operate without NATO’s intelligence information on incoming ballistic missiles if it chooses to buy Chinese or Russian systems for its national air and missile defense program, officials of the Western alliance have warned Turkey.

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Hacker group ‘Anonymous’ prepares DDOS attack on the Israeli Knesset

Operation Intifada: Hacker Group Anonymous Prepares For DDOS Attack On Israel Parliament
The latest target of Operation Anonymous, which following the dissolution of LulzSec is the last substantial non-amorphous hacker collective left out there, could lead to some substantial geopolitical fallout. That is because the target of the just announced upcoming DDOS attack is none other than the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, and while Israel has allegedly been happy to dispense hack attacks in the past, the onslaught on the Iranian nuclear power plant courtesy of the Stuxnet virus coming to mind, we doubt it will as happy to be seen on the receiving end of decentralized computer warfare.

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Monday, July 25, 2011

Pakistan’s ISI from the inside

The best places to meet the world’s most interesting national security and foreign policy personalities are no longer Washington or London or Paris. Rather, highest on the list are Beijing, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Doha.

Many years ago, I met Lt General Asad Durrani in 
Beijing thanks to a conference organised by Australia’s Monash University. We have been acquainted and communicating since. I remember arriving late to the conference and rushing in as the brash, younger-than-I-am-now ups

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Israel’s Mossad was behind the Oslo attacks

Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen who says that Israel’s Mossad was behind the Oslo attacks along with a post by Washington’s Blog that showed Norway’s support for a Palestinian state and its support for the campaign of boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel.
When you question the motives and tactics of the Israeli state you get called ‘anti-Semitic.’ That nasty trick worked years ago, but it doesn’t work today. People have wised up to the huge fraud.
If there is evidence that points towards the reality that Mossad was behind the attacks in Oslo then we should talk about the evidence, and not be afraid to tell the truth.

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Friday, July 22, 2011

Terrorism and Pakistani media

The revolution in information technology, from the transistor through widespread digitisation, deeply networked communications, as well as, the revolutionary changes in the employment of firepower have profoundly influenced analysts and planners and has completely changed the conduct of conflict, warfare and their reporting. The use of cell phones, SMS, Twitter, Facebook and other forms of social media have added another dimension altogether.

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

How the Israel Lobby Took Control of U.S. Foreign Policy

In the early 1960s, Senator William J. Fulbright fought to force the American Zionist Council to register as agents of a foreign government. The Council eluded registration by reorganizing as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. AIPAC has since become what Fulbright most feared: a foreign agent dominating American foreign policy while disguised as a domestic lobby.
Israelis and pro-Israelis object when they hear that charge. How, they ask, can we so few wield such influence over so many? Answer: it’s all in the math. And in the single-issue advocacy brought to bear on U.S. policy-making by dozens of ‘domestic’ organizations that now compose the Israel lobby, with AIPAC its most visible force.

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Monday, June 27, 2011

Israel Navy rehearses raid ahead of new Gaza-bound flotilla

The Israel Navy on Wednesday held an exercise incorporating several special forces units as part of ongoing preparations to prevent an international aid flotilla from reaching the Gaza Strip in the coming weeks.
The organizers of "Freedom Flotilla 2," to include 15 ships and some 1,500 pro-Palestinian activists, plan to set sail from European ports later this month and are expected to approach Gaza coast in the first week of July.
Members of the Israeli navy's elite Shayetet 13 commando unit, in conjunction with other special forces teams, on Wednesday held mock raids simulating scenarios that can possibly unfold in case a military operation were to be ordered, including violent encounters with armed activists.

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Taliban shoot down US drone

NATO says Taliban militants have shot down an unmanned aircraft belonging to US-led forces in the troubled northeastern Afghanistan.

The US-led military alliance said in a statement that the unmanned plane was shot down by Taliban militants over Kapisa Province, a Press TV correspondent reported on Monday. 

Taliban says it has the wreckage of the NATO drone. 

The militants have proven resilient faced with NATO's 150,000 strong-contingent. 

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What has the war in Afghanistan really achieved?

after one of the bloodiest months since the conflict began, and a week in which President Obama announced a speeding up of troop withdrawals

At least 60 people died in a suicide bombing just 25 miles from Kabul yesterday. In a few days' time, a report on Afghanistan from the International Crisis Group will say that violence and the billions of dollars in international aid have brought wealthy officials and insurgents together. As a result, "the economy is increasingly dominated by a criminal oligarchy of politically connected businessmen".
The negatives column in the Afghan war's balance sheet does not get any shorter. So far, the conflict has lasted nine years, eight months and 17 days, cost the lives of 2,547 coalition troops, and between 14,000 and 34,000 civilians, created millions of refugees, and opened up a black hole in Western economies that has sucked in more $500bn dollars. Afghanistan costs the US around $10bn (£6.3bn) a month; and Britain will pay £4.5bn this year.

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Pakistan expels British trainers of anti-Taliban soldiers

Pakistan has expelled a team of British military trainers sent to help with the fight against the Taliban and al-Qaida, as the fallout from the US raid that killed Osama bin Laden continues to rock relations between Islamabad and its western allies.
The Ministry of Defence confirmed that at least 18 military advisers, deployed as part of a £15m programme to train the paramilitary Frontier Corps, have been withdrawn from Pakistan. Most are already back in the UK.
Their removal is seen as an indirect casualty of worsening relations between Pakistan and the US over the 2 May Navy Seal raid in Abbottabad, which was conducted without Pakistani consent.

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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Ex Indian military officers arrested for running fake army recruitment racket

New Delhi, Jun 22: A fake recruitment racket run by ex-servicemen got busted here by the police.

The ex-servicemen who used to be Majors in the Army Medical Corps fooled young men who aspired to join the Indian Army.

The two conmen, one posed as a doctor for medical check-ups assured the candidates of a suitable placement in the Indian Army.

The candidates were asked to fill up personal details on answer sheets that were later filled by specialists and submitted to the Head Office. They were informed that they would recieve their joining letter through post.

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Israel's Leaders Hole Up In Nuclear Bunker

Israeli leaders holed up in a new underground nuclear bunker on Wednesday as part of annual nationwide maneuvers to prepare for a possible missile war with Iran, Syria and their Lebanese and Palestinian guerrilla allies. 

Officials said it was the first time that the security cabinet, headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, had tested the bunker, dug deep in the western Jerusalem foothills over the past decade and dubbed the "Nation's Tunnel" by local media.

Israel has held increasingly sweeping civil defense drills since the 2006 Lebanon war, during which Hezbollah guerrillas (allegedly) fired thousands of short-range rockets at its northern towns. 

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85 per cent of all drugs produced in Afghanistan are shipped out by US aircraft

85 per cent of all drugs produced in Afghanistan is being shipped aboard US aircraft. Foreign diplomats have stated that the United States military buy drugs from local Afghan drug lords who deal with field commanders overseeing eradication of drug production. The administration of President Hamid Karzai, including his two brothers, Kajum Karzai and Akhmed Vali Karzai, are involved in the CIA controlled narcotics trade – one of the main reasons why the U.S. installed Karzai as De facto president of Afghanistan.
“The Americans are working hard to keep narco business flourishing in both countries,” says Mikhail Khazin, president of the consultancy firm Niakon. “They consistently destroy the local infrastructure, pushing the local population to look for illegal means of subsistence. And the CIA [Central Intelligence Agency] provides protection to drug trafficking.”

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