Thursday, January 25, 2007

US finally publicly acknowledges that Al-Qaeda is in Pak

In 2003, the US went to war in Iraq to take on Islamic terrorists. It should actually have gone to war in Pakistan, which is where the world's top Radical Islamic leadership organizing terrorist campaigns against India and the rest of the Civilized World, has been sheltered for the last several decades.

The US has been calling Pakistan a "frontline ally" in the War On Terror, while all throughout the Government Army and intelligence agencies (ISI) of Pakistan have been actively colluding with the Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and other Radical Islamic terrorist organizations. Individual US Army officers and CIA agents on the field have often complained against Pakistani complicity in Islamic terrorism, as has the other crucial US ally in the region: Afghanistan. And still the US kept patting Pakistan on the back officially, however stronger got the signals of Pakistani duplicity hypocrisy and dishonesty.

Finally, after all these years, the US seems to have woken up and seen the truth.

Let's hope something good will come out of it. Like the destruction of the Pakistani terrorism apparatus, for instance.

The Pakistani terrorism apparatus that has killed over 100,000 innocent Indian Hindu and Muslim men women and children in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, the North-East, Delhi, Mumbai, Ayodhya, and hundreds of other Indian cities in a vicious and bloody terrorist campaign that Pakistan has been running for the last several decades.

While the rest of the Civilized World, the Christian West, has silently watched, shamelessly refraining from protesting because practically none of the victims were Christian.

CNN reports:

Analysts: Al Qaeda has safe haven in Pakistan frontier
POSTED: 10:26 p.m. EST, January 24, 2007
Story Highlights
• Pakistan-Afghanistan border seen as al Qaeda host, intelligence official says
• View stems from recent Pakistani government pact with tribal leaders
• U.S. has long suspected area was haven for Taliban, as well

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Pakistan's tribal areas along the border with Afghanistan have become an accepted haven for al Qaeda leaders such as Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, a senior U.S. intelligence official told CNN on Wednesday.

That's not a formal assessment, the official said, but a growing view by U.S. intelligence analysts in the months since the Pakistani government reached an agreement with tribal authorities to not threaten the region's autonomy as long as the tribes agreed not to harbor foreigners.

The official told CNN that "the training camps are full" in the region, suggesting al Qaeda activity.

"This is a real safe haven to operate from. I am not talking about Taliban, I am talking about al Qaeda central," he said, referring to core members of al Qaeda. (Watch President Bush outline successes against terrorism Video)

The official said that before the agreement, Pakistani authorities were able to impede the ability of al Qaeda to regroup in the region. Now, the official said, it is easier for al Qaeda to operate.

U.S. military officials for some months have said the region became a Taliban haven because the agreement had no real enforcement penalties. There had been a strong suspicions that many of the attacks in Afghanistan have been organized by Taliban elements staging from inside Afghanistan.

NATO-led coalition forces in Afghanistan mistakenly fired on a Pakistani post Monday near Shawal, North Waziristan, in the border region, a Pakistan Army spokesman told CNN.

One Pakistani soldier was killed and two were wounded in the errant attack. NATO said responsibility for the mistake was "unclear."

On Monday,al-Zawahiri released his latest videotape taunting the United States over the Iraq war and anti-terror efforts.

Al-Zawahiri rejected President Bush's earlier contention that U.S. forces have deprived al Qaeda of haven in Afghanistan, calling the claim a "naked, barefaced lie."



At 11:28 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a great news. Thanks to the progressive and hard-working professionals of India; and thanks to the NRIs which kept the country rich of funds, when India was practising socialism.

Pakistani Rupee used to be stronger than Indian Rupee back in 1990. But now, Indian Rupee is about 30% higher than the Pakistani Rupee.

I hope the trend continues till INR is at least 10 times the Pakistani Rupee. Then it will cost Pakistan much more to support terrorists in India.

At 5:49 pm, Blogger Harsh Vardhan said...

Thanks for the comment. Unfortunately, Pakistani terrorism may not suffer too much due to this.

Pakistan does not buy significant quantities of INR to fund its terrorist activities in India (because it is expensive to do so, and also would make it possible for India to irrefutably prove Pakistani government involvement in terrorism by tracking the flow of marked banknotes); Pakistan simply forges Indian currency notes.

A vast amount of forged Indian currency notes is in existence, mostly circulated into India through Pakistan Bangladesh and Nepal. This money is mainly used to fund Pakistani activities in India.



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