Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Pakistan Arrests Senior Al-Qaeda member from Karachi

Karachi : Senior Al-Qaeda operative Muhammad Ali Qasim Yaqub, alias Abu Sohaib Al Makki is arrested in the southern port city of Karachi, says Pakistan military.

“According to preliminary investigations, Al Makki is a Yemeni national and has been working directly under Al-Qaeda leaders along Pak-Afghan borders,” the military’s media wing said.

Five Suicide Bombers including women killed by Security forces in Quetta

Security forces cordoned off the area after killing of alleged suicide bombers

QUETTA: Pakistani security forces killed five militants equipped with suicide vests, three of them women, in a fire fight, what they said officials said were looking for a target to attack.

The incident took place near a security post of Kharotabad Quetta, the capital of Balochistan province.

Globalists’ Pakistan War Plan : Destabilization and invasion long planned

Bangkok, Thailand May 11, 2011 – In a 2007 article from the London Guardian titled, “Bush handed blueprint to seize Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal,” it is stated that fears of destabilization inside Pakistan might prompt the United States to occupy Islamabad and the provinces of Punjab, Sindh, and Baluchistan in an attempt to secure Pakistan’s nuclear warheads. Behind this report is Fredrick Kagan, brother of the equally sloven Robert Kagan of the Foreign Policy Initiative, yet another contrived, corporate fueled warmongering think-tank.

Globalists’ Secret Weapon Exposed: Tech Kill Chips

As the world is distracted by the royal nuptials and Obama’s ever changing soap opera surrounding CIA asset Osama bin Laden’s death, the technocrats are rolling out the next phase of their global control grid. The foundations of this plan were laid out in the Telecommunications Act of 1996 and have been updated each subsequent year. 

NATO helicopters 'hit Pakistan border post'

Pak-Afghan Border: NATO helicopter incursion into Pakistan's North Waziristan has wounded two security personnel, the incident in the Datta Khel district comes amid tensions between Islamabad and the West following the US raid in Abbottabad in which Osama bin Laden was killed and protests in Pakistan over US drone strikes on its territory.

Tragic Irony: Nato strikes Libyan Civilian Anti-corruption headquarters building

 Anti-corruption headquarters building on Ablaze
Tripoli : In order to implement UN mandate to enforce "No Fly Zone" and shelter civilians Nato strikes the headquarters of Libya's anti-corruption agency, a building which is purely Civilian and has nothing to do with implementing the so called 'No Fly Zone'. Tragic Irony is that Nato has hit at least three times on Libyan rebels itself, three or four times on Gaddafi's residence in order to kill him, Libyan TV stations are hit hard and 10 Imams (Preachers) were also killed. 

Nawaz urges nation to stop treating India as ‘biggest enemy’

KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League(N) Chief Nawaz Sharif has said the nation must stop treating India as the country’s biggest enemy, calling for a reappraisal of ties with New Delhi “if we want to go forward and progress.”

He said if the government cut down all expenditures by 50 per cent, a handsome amount could be set aside for debt servicing.