Thursday, December 21, 2006

Paki thief caught in USA financing terrorism in Punjab


It is quite well-known that Pakistan was behind the horrifying spate of anti-Hindu and anti-India terrorist attacks carried out in the name of Sikhism that killed hundreds of thousands of innocent Hindus and Sikhs loyal to India in Punjab in the 1980's. This Pakistan-sponsored terrorism was crushed by the brave sons and daughters of India, mostly Sikh, of the Punjab Police, under the able leadership of the brave Sikh son of India K. P. S. Gill.

It is also known that there are still some terrorist Radical Muslims and misguided Radical Sikhs in USA and Canada, still actively trying to restart the terrorist attacks in Punjab. The Babbar Khalsa International is the most prominent of these Khalistani organizations. These are Pakistan-trained terrorist cowards who escaped from Punjab and emigrated to the USA and Canada in the 1980's after the people of Punjab rejected their terrorist attacks on Hindus in the name of Sikhism.

These cowards then went to North America and claimed to be victims of Indian persecution. They got political asylum in North America under these false pretences.

These dirty terrorists and cowardly murderers now hide among the mainstream honest and law-abiding Indian Sikhs and Muslims in North America.

These are the same cowards who blew up the Kanishka airplane killing hundreds of innocent Indians and Canadians.

Now, one of these filthy low-lifes has been finally caught by the Americans. This useless Radical Islamic moron was stealing money from honest decent law-abiding Americans through credit card fraud, and sending it to Khalistani terrorists in Pakistan, trying to get terrorism started again in Punjab.

At least, he could have tried earning his terrorism-sponsoring money through honest hard work. No, these Paki terrorists are not only cowards, but also lazy.

Just a dirty little Paki thief.

Times of India reports:

Pakistani in NY convicted of aiding Sikh group
[21 Dec, 2006 0958hrs ISTAP]

NEW YORK: A federal jury convicted a Pakistani man of financially supporting a militant separatist group in India, federal prosecutors announced.

Khalid Awan was convicted after a two-week trial in Brooklyn of helping the Khalistan Commando Force, a Sikh secessionist group that operated in India's Punjab state.

The group, founded in 1986, is considered a terrorist organization in India and is said to be responsible for the deaths of thousands of people through bombings, sabotage and assassinations.

He faces up to 45 years in prison, prosecutors said on Wednesday.

Awan came to the attention of federal authorities in 2003, when he was serving prison time on credit card fraud charges, the US attorney's office said.

A fellow inmate at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn reported that Awan had talked about his relationship with Paramjit Singh Panjwar, the leader of the KCF and one of India's most wanted fugitives, prosecutors said.

Evidence that prosecutors presented included recordings of Awan's prison phone calls to Panjwar in Pakistan, statements by Awan saying he sent the group hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The Indian government cooperated in the investigation, prosecutors said.

"The war on terror is a global battle," said Roslynn Mauskopf, US attorney for the Eastern District of New York.

"We will not permit individuals in our jurisdiction to finance terrorist groups responsible for murder and violence in any part of the world."

A telephone message seeking comment from an attorney for Awan was not immediately returned on Wednesday.

Awan's sentencing is set for March 7.


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2 Comments:

At 2:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

dont speak in the air

 
At 2:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.nysun.com/article/37251

http://newsweek.washingtonpost.com/postglobal/2007/01/an_open_letter_to_the_un_chief/comments.html

 

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