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Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction Part-5


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Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction Part-4


Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction part-1 Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction Part-2 Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction Part-3 Kandhar Battle images

Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction Part-3


Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction Part-1 Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction Part-2 Afghanistan’s endless war fighting, killing, death and destruction Part-4 Kandhar Battle images

U.S. war crimes in Iraq: Slitting throats in Haditha


“In their own words… Marines came to view 20 dead civilians as not ‘remarkable,’ but as routine.”

“Troops… grew increasingly twitchy, killing more and more civilians in Read More…

Tortured In Afghanistan under NATO Flag, U.N. says


Afghanistan torture report raises major questions about west’s strategy. Detainees in Afghan prisons are hung from the ceilings by their wrists, severely beaten with cables and wooden sticks, have their toenails torn off, are treated with electric shock, and even have their genitals twisted until they lose consciousness, according to a study released Monday by the United Nations.The 74-page report said the interviews uncovered evidence of “the use of interrogation techniques that constitute torture under                     Read More…

Senator: Consider military action against Pakistan, Haqqani !


While the United States, ever more strident, is ratcheting up pressure on Pakistan to snap its “ties with the Haqqani network”, the group’s chief Sirajuddin Haqqani on Friday warned Washington against any military adventure in the North Waziristan tribal agency.The Haqqanis belong to Zadran tribe, which are mostly based in Paktia and Khost provinces of Eastern Afghanistan.Speaking to Reuters by satellite phone from an undisclosed location, Sirajuddin said he’d look forward to a US ground attack in North Waziristan. “The United States will suffer more losses [in North Waziristan] than they did in Afghanistan,” he said. ReadMore…

A Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee said Sunday that the U.S. should consider military action against Pakistan if it continues to support terrorist attacks against American troops in Afghanistan.”The         Read More…

Army can save Karachi from civil war


A collapsing civilian law enforcement apparatus, well organised warring factions and proliferation of arms — all mix up to make the ideal cocktail for a civil war. Karachi has all three ingredients.
IG Sindh has no control over four out of every 10 policemen. PPP, MQM         Read More…

Taliban say no plans to attack Pakistan’s nuclear weapons


In a telephone interview yesterday, Taliban spokesman Mullah Ehsanullah Ehsan rejected repeated concerns that his movement was a threat to Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal, saying they had no intention of attacking the weapons.The concerns are long-standing among US officials, and have only grown in the wake of the ease with which a handful of insurgents infiltrated the Karachi naval base. The US has suggested repeatedly that they were prepared to move against Pakistan’s arsenal to prevent it from being targeted by insurgents. 
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said he was confident that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons were safe; but in the same breath he remarked it was a matter of concern in the wake of the worst assault on Pakistan Navy’s airbase. There is inherent contradiction in NATO chief’s statement, because when he admits Pakistan’s nuclear weapons are safe and well-protected there is no reason or ground for expressing concern about them. What NATO chief has said is in fact reflective of a clearly-defined US policy, which is articulated by US Generals, think tanks, former members of US administration to prove that Pakistan government and the army cannot control the militants and terrorists who could lay their hands on nukes, which will be dangerous for the region and the world at large.

Unfounded concern over Pakistan nukes

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