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    by Amaresh Misra, an eye-witness
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    “Mumbai is under attack. The people and forces who killed Mahatma Gandhi, who demolished the Barbari mosque, have triumphed. More than 16 groups of terrorists have taken over Taj and Oberai and several hotels. Hundreds of people are dead. For the first time no one is blaming Muslim organizations. The Mumbai ATS chief Hemant Karkare and other officers of ATS have been killed. L.K.Advani, the BJP chief and several other prominent leaders of the so-called Hindu terrorism squad were gunning for his head. And the first casualty in the terrorist attack was Karkare!
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    Our worst fears have come true. It’s clear that Mossad is involved in the whole affair. An entire city has been attacked by Mossad and probably units of mercenaries. It’s not possible for one single organization to plan and execute such sophisticated operation. It’s clear that this operation was backed by communal forces from within the Indian state. Muslims and secular Hindus have proven right. RSS type forces and Israel are all involved in not only destabilizing but finishing India. India immediately should snap all relations with Israel.
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    This is a question of nationalism. If no one else, the Indian Army will not take this lying down. Communal, anti-national forces have attacked the very foundation of the Indian Constitution and the nation. We will fight a civil war, if need be against the Hindutva, communal forces and their Israel backers.
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    It would seem India now has the Indian version of the Bush administration. With so many lies they tell, it's hard for them to keep track of their stories.

    With the earlier blasts (a few months ago) they were blaming the muslims in India and arresting them, but then it became quite clear that it weren't the muslims but the extremist hindu terrorists and so they were left with no choice to arrest those hindu terrorists. Hindu terrorists were not only from the general population but also included monks, brahmin priests, and army officers.

    Now, like the bush administration, they are telling all these lies that are so contradicting that anyone without any analytical thinking skills can see them so easily.

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    See below what I mean.

    This link says that the deccan mujahedeen were asking to release all the mujahedeen. They also say that all the muslims in india should be respected and bla bla bla - http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/3762100.cms?TOI_mostemailed

    This link says deccan mujahedeen claims responsibility - http://www.inquisitr.com/9791/deccan-mujahideen/


    This link says that the terroroists were from pakistan - http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Mumbai_attackers_ may_be_Pakistani_nationals/articleshow/3764564.cms

    This link says they were in touch with karachi - http://www.rediff.com/news/2008/nov/27mum-terrorists-in-touch-with-karachi-via-satphone.htm

    This link says all signs are of al-qaida - http://www.rediff.com/news/2008/nov/27mumbai-all-signs-of-alqaeda-inspired-attack.htm

    This link says they were looking for americans n british - http://www.rediff.com/news/2008/nov/27-attackers-looking-for-british-american.htm


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    Now here first the media says it was lashkar then the deccan mujahedee, then says they were from pakistan and then says they had signs of al Qaida. (Only SIMI is left so far).

    If the terrorists were pakistanis why were they fighting for indian muslims and asking to release india mujahedeen. Pakistan have their own bomb blasts problems in their country.

    If deccan mujahedeen (from india) have taken the responsibility then why does the PM says that the terrorists are from outside the country ( indirectly pointing pakistan).

    If they are from india or pakistan why were they looking for britons and americans, and if they were fighting for release of arrested indian mujahedeen why were they looking for britons and americans.

    Were they looking for english people, were they fighting for indian arrested mujahedeen, were they taking revenge, were they pakistanis, were they from lashkar, al-qaida or deccan mujahedeen.

    The truth only has one version regarldess of how many times you tell it. Falsehood has a different version every time you tell it.

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    THE ANTI DEFAMATION LEAGUEexpressed outrage at the Mumbai ‘terrorist’ attacks that “targeted innocent victims because they were Jews.” Abraham Foxman, ADL Director, issued the following statement:<O:p</O:p
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    “This brutal attack once again shows that terrorists single out Jews. The attack is a reminder that the world must stand up against all terrorism, because in the end no one is safe until terrorism is combated in all its manifestations.”<O:p</O:p
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    Well of course Jews like Foxman use the Mumbai incident as an opportunity to promote the ‘war on terror.’ Once again, Muslims are made the ‘enemies’ of all mankind, rather than the Zionist Jews, who are engaged in ethnic cleansing of Arab Muslims & Christians in Palestine and responsible for world wide chaos since the inception of their rogue state of Israel.
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    Also - the ‘terrorist’ attacks in Mumbai will be used by Zionist Jews as justification for a US invasion of Pakistan, yet another ‘enemy’ of Israel.
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    http://www.progressiveindependent.co...topic_id=88249

    If the attacks were targeted against British and American citizens then why were the the overwhelming majority of the victims Indian? I'm shaking with rage that the MSM is spinning this as a targetted attack and acting like the only victims were the US father/daughter duo and the US/Israeli Rabbi and his wife to justify a coordinated US/UK and possibly Israeli response to justify escalated bombing raids inside Pakistan and an increased presence in Afghanistan.

    It's as smooth as a pig's fart. Obama gets his wish to escalate things in Afghanistan and go after Pakistan, oh so reluctantly of course :eyes: even though he directly threatened Pakistan during the Primaries.

    And the despicablly corrupt Indian government was very quick to blame Al-Qaeda and Pakistan without a shred of evidence.



    The six terrorists who have made an Israeli family hostage at Nariman House building in Colaba can battle with the security agencies for at least three days without having to worry about food, local residents claimed on Thursday.

    �The terrorists came to Colaba on Wednesday evening,� Mukund Shelke, who runs a grocery shop at Colaba Market, said. �Before barging into Nariman House, they had purchased adequate food to last them at least three days,� he said.

    �They had purchased around two crates of chicken and liquor worth Rs25,000 from two shops in Colaba,� another resident Joseph D�Mello said. �They then entered the Nariman House building and took the Israeli family captive.�

    The locals said the terrorists were youths. Nobody suspected them to be being radicals, they said.

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    http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?newsid=1209852



    Right. Just like the "fanatical" 9-11 alleged Muslims who were eating pork, drinking and getting lap dances the night before they crashed the towers.





    Note the Saffron Orange band around the wrists. Hindus wear that for luck. These so-called terrorists aren't even Muslim.

    I've also noticed that the US media is making no mention of the fact that India's
    chief of the ATS was targetted and killed, after conducting a long investigation of India's "terror" groups and charging a Hindu Indian army officer with supplying RDX explosive to terrorists. RDX was the explosive used today.




    Red Alert: Possible Geopolitical Consequences of the Mumbai Attacks (Open Access)
    Stratfor Today � November 27, 2008 | 0434 GMT

    Summary
    If the Nov. 26 attacks in Mumbai were carried out by Islamist militants as it appears, the Indian government will have little choice, politically speaking, but to blame them on Pakistan. That will in turn spark a crisis between the two nuclear rivals that will draw the United States into the fray.

    Analysis
    At this point the situation on the ground in Mumbai remains unclear following the militant attacks of Nov. 26. But in order to understand the geopolitical significance of what is going on, it is necessary to begin looking beyond this event at what will follow. Though the situation is still in motion, the likely consequences of the attack are less murky.

    We will begin by assuming that the attackers are Islamist militant groups operating in India, possibly with some level of outside support from Pakistan. We can also see quite clearly that this was a carefully planned, well-executed attack.

    Given this, the Indian government has two choices. First, it can simply say that the perpetrators are a domestic group. In that case, it will be held accountable for a failure of enormous proportions in security and law enforcement. It will be charged with being unable to protect the public. On the other hand, it can link the attack to an outside power: Pakistan. In that case it can hold a nation-state responsible for the attack, and can use the crisis atmosphere to strengthen the government�s internal position by invoking nationalism. Politically this is a much preferable outcome for the Indian government, and so it is the most likely course of action. This is not to say that there are no outside powers involved � simply that, regardless of the ground truth, the Indian government will claim there were.

    That, in turn, will plunge India and Pakistan into the worst crisis they have had since 2002. If the Pakistanis are understood to be responsible for the attack, then the Indians must hold them responsible, and that means they will have to take action in retaliation � otherwise, the Indian government�s domestic credibility will plunge. The shape of the crisis, then, will consist of demands that the Pakistanis take immediate steps to suppress Islamist radicals across the board, but particularly in Kashmir. New Delhi will demand that this action be immediate and public. This demand will come parallel to U.S. demands for the same actions, and threats by incoming U.S. President Barack Obama to force greater cooperation from Pakistan.

    If that happens, Pakistan will find itself in a nutcracker. On the one side, the Indians will be threatening action � deliberately vague but menacing � along with the Americans. This will be even more intense if it turns out, as currently seems likely, that Americans and Europeans were being held hostage (or worse) in the two hotels that were attacked. If the attacks are traced to Pakistan, American demands will escalate well in advance of inauguration day.

    There is a precedent for this. In December 2001 there was an attack on the Indian parliament in New Delhi by Islamist militants linked to Pakistan. A near-nuclear confrontation took place between India and Pakistan, in which the United States brokered a stand-down in return for intensified Pakistani pressure on the Islamists. The crisis helped redefine the Pakistani position on Islamist radicals in Pakistan.

    In the current iteration, the demands will be even more intense. The Indians and Americans will have a joint interest in forcing the Pakistani government to act decisively and immediately. The Pakistani government has warned that such pressure could destabilize Pakistan. The Indians will not be in a position to moderate their position, and the Americans will see the situation as an opportunity to extract major concessions. Thus the crisis will directly intersect U.S. and NATO operations in Afghanistan.

    It is not clear the degree to which the Pakistani government can control the situation. But the Indians will have no choice but to be assertive, and the United States will move along the same line. Whether it is the current government in India that reacts, or one that succeeds doesn�t matter. Either way, India is under enormous pressure to respond. Therefore the events point to a serious crisis not simply between Pakistan and India, but within Pakistan as well, with the government caught between foreign powers and domestic realities. Given the circumstances, massive destabilization is possible � never a good thing with a nuclear power.

    This is thinking far ahead of the curve, and is based on an assumption of the truth of something we don�t know for certain yet, which is that the attackers were Muslims and that the Pakistanis will not be able to demonstrate categorically that they weren�t involved. Since we suspect they were Muslims, and since we doubt the Pakistanis can be categorical and convincing enough to thwart Indian demands, we suspect that we will be deep into a crisis within the next few days, very shortly after the situation on the ground clarifies itself.

    http://www.stratfor.com/analysis/20081126_red_aler...



    Someone explain to me please how a few young kids managed to travel over 600 miles in a paddle boat; how they took that many explosives, guns and ammo from a paddle boat to the top tourist hotel, I guess they just shoved the AK-47s down their trousers huh, and how they managed to track down and immediately kill India's Anti-Terrorist Squad chief Hemant Karkare?

    Observers closely monitoring the �Mumbai attack� have noted with great concern the news that India�s ATS (Anti-Terrorist Squad) Chief Hemant Karkare and his two senior police officers engaged in investigation against a senior Indian army official in previous bomb blasts were shot and killed in mysterious circumstances. .

    Karkare (54), was gunned down within first hours of the Mumbai attack when he was apparently moving into Hotel Taj. Hemant Karkare and his men were probing the Malegaon blasts case in which Indian army�s Lt Col Srikant Prasad Purohit was linked to several other blasts also calimed by the so-called �Indian Mujahideen�. It was also disclosed by Indian media that another top Indian extremist also suspected to be behind bomb blasts and Samjota Express fire had been visited by top intelligence officials, businessmen and bureaucrats.

    Pakistani observers speaking to local media expressed fears that the �Mumbai attack� will not only bring an end to investigation on role of extremist Hindu elements behind Malegaon blasts, Samjota Express fire and other attacks in India but will also eliminate the �evidences� collected by Hemant Karkare against the role of a serving military official.

    There were also fears that India under pressure from international community to resolve Kashmir dispute may turn the table against Pakistan and even try use the �Mumbai attack� card to follow a U.S. style �cross border attacks� on suspected sites.

    http://pakobserver.net/200811/28/news/topstories05...




    But before his death on duty, Mr Karkare and his colleagues at the ATS were at the receiving end of almost a slanderous attack not only by BJP and Shiv Sena leaders, but also by several Sangh Parivar organisations for the ongoing ATS probe into the Malegaon blasts.

    In fact, Mr Modi himself had attacked the ATS for the �biased� probe into the Malegaon blasts. So much so that the BJP and Sangh Parivar organisations had personally blamed Karkare for what they claimed �implicating the Hindu religious leaders and outfits� in the probe.

    But the two parties are now singing eulogies to the valour demonstrated by the departed ATS chief. Ironically, the Shiv Sena had even called a Maharashtra bandh on December 1 to protest against the ATS probe and express solidarity with the accused � Sadhvi Pragya Singh and lieutenant colonel Shrikant Purohit � for their involvement in the Malegaon blasts. �It is supreme irony that the same BJP is now paying tributes to Karkare and is talking of helping his family,� union minister of state for home Shriprakash Jaiswal said on Friday.

    But the double-speak demonstrated by the BJP and Shiv Sena could be more dangerous for the combine than a mere political embarrassment. Mr Jaiswal said the agencies probing the terror attack in Mumbai would also look into the fact that Mr Karkare was on �target by some people who had opposed his probe for about 15 days before November 26.�

    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/PoliticsN...




    One more important thing. Tomorrow is Election Day in Delhi. BJP is the anti Muslim party and is now guaranteed a sure win with this "terrorist" attack.


    The appearance of Mr. Modi � who has been barred from entering the United States for violations of religious freedom � signaled how the two-day siege of Mumbai had instantly turned into political ammunition for coming national elections. After a string of attacks across Indian cities earlier this year, Mr. Modi�s party, also known as the B.J.P., pledged to make national security its main campaign issue. This week�s audacious attacks on the country�s commercial capital, and their timing, gave the party an additional boost.

    Five state elections are under way, with the city-state of Delhi going to the polls on Saturday. National balloting is expected to be held next spring.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/29/world/asia/29ind...


    There have been worse "terror" attacks in India's recent history where over 300 people were killed and our MSM said barely a word. Yet this one, this one is 24/7 over Thanksgiving weekend where they're guaranteed a captive audience.

    What a Bollywood extravaganza! All the major partners in the War on Islam, Israelis, Americans, British and Indians, were shown as victims.

    Oh and by the way...




    Pappu Mishra was tending to his customers at his glass-walled cafe at the gothic Victorian Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai when he spotted two sprightly young men dressed in black.

    (snip)

    Then they turned around and shot another commuter at the grubby, dark-tiled drinking water station around the corner.

    Then, the "foreign looking, fair skinned" men, as Mr Mishra remembers them, simply carried on killing.

    (snip)

    Locals say the orgy of killings in Mumbai began here. Three men walked into the cafe, drank beer, settled their bills and walked out. Then they fished out guns from their bags and began firing.

    Gaffar Abdul Amir, an Iraqi tourist from Baghdad, says he saw at least two men who started the firing outside the Leopold Cafe.

    He was returning to his hotel from the seaside with a friend when he saw two men carrying bags and brandishing AK-47s walking in front of them, shooting.

    "They did not look Indian, they looked foreign. One of them, I thought, had blonde hair. The other had a punkish hairstyle. They were neatly dressed," says Mr Amir.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/7752625.stm

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    <dt>
    Mumbai False Flag Attack - Update
    By Leonard Feldman
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    <dt> </dt><dl><dt>As many astute observers noted, the Indian Police, media and TV gave out some earlier information regarding what the captured terrorists said. That is terrorists with an 's'. </dt><dt>
    </dt><dt> </dt><dt>Many have speculated over the last two days that the captured terrorists would be assassinated as is the case with all 'terrorists' in false flag operations. Dead men tell no tales. As of this morning, 11-29-08, the Indians say that 'one terrorist' remains alive. </dt><dt> </dt><dt>
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    </dt><dt>The Mumbai 'terrorist attack' bears all the hallmarks of a classic False Flag Operation. Hundreds of news stories exist which include alleged information from captured terrorists...PLURAL.</dt></dl> more at: http://rense.com/general84/upss.htm
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    </dt> <dt> Mumbay Terror Question? who are the beneficieries?

    Who are the beneficieries of Mumbai Terror? Hindu fascist organizations and its parent 'BJP'!

    1. Unlike other terrorists, Terrorists in Mumbay has not demanded anything? They don't demand release of their co-prisoners nor demanded money... why?? what was their target then?

    2. Unlike other islamic Jehadis with beard and turbans, why Mumbai terrorists came with a strange look - they wore jeans and T-shirts; clean-shaved and no turbans nor any sign of muslims terrorists we normally watch on media?

    3. And the Terrorists attackers did nothing specifically for western, even Israelis, it was sure if they were Jehadists!

    4 Beer driking terrorists; Jehadi terrorists are non-alcoholic, however Mumbai Terrorists goes to the cafe and drinks beer before they start firing??

    5. Mumbai terrorists (as shown by media) had close similarities with RSS cadres: Mumbai terrorist wearing a yellow band on his right hand as RSS cadres wears normally

    6. Mumbai terrorists immediately find their targets by killing ATS leaders [Hemant Karakare, CP Ashok Kamthe & Vijay Salskar) in early hours of their terror? How were they so specific that the clearly chose ATS leaders? And the terrorist immediately ran away, why? & who was that terrorist?

    7. Only one terrorist is caught alive(?), all others killed as in every encounter in recent past?

    8. Mumbai terrorists are very clear about their targets, they are well experienced in their hide abouts in Taj and other places?

    9. Prime Minister, Sonia & LK Advani visits Mumbai, but no clues or no claims about ISI or Pakistan.. However No1 terrorist, Gujarat CM Modi hurries-up to Mumbai and declares that Pakistan is behind the attack without any doubt! [because he is the one who hired them] Note: no other CMs goes to Mumbai..
    And he offers rewards to every military men killed of 1 crore unlike PM and LK Advani? Even he offers aid to MahaRastra!

    10. Media was widely reporting that there were IDs of terrorists recovered which shows Malaysian and Mauritious IDs however such references disappeared once Terrorist leader Modi's arrival!

    11 The timing of Mumbay terror is well planned, just before state elections!

    12. We are told that they came from Pakistan by sea? Indian military in boards sea were sleeping?? We told they came by speed boats? Yes, but not from Pakistan but from Gujarat!

    13. It took contineous 60 hours to stop the terrorism! and most of terrorists killed!!

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    </dt> <dt> Karkare's wife declines 'Modi's compensation' offer


    Nov 29, 2008

    Mumbai The family of slain Maharashtra ATS chief Hemant Karkare has declined Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's offer of monetary help, sources said on Saturday. Modi on Friday visited the residences of Karkare and encounter specialist Vijay Salaskar, who were killed while fighting militants on Wednesday night. Modi also announced that his government would give Rs 1 crore to Maharashtra for the families of policemen killed in the attacks. Karkare's widow and other family members have declined Modi's offer, the sources said.

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    Pak TV channel says 26/11 hatched by Hindu Zionists

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/I...ow/3785654.cms

    NEW DELHI: Mumbai's 26/11 was actually a plan hatched by "Hindu Zionists" and "Western Zionists", including the Mossad, said a self-styled Pakistan <TABLE style="MARGIN-TOP: 10px; MARGIN-BOTTOM: 4px; MARGIN-RIGHT: 8px" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 align=left><TBODY><TR><TD id=bellyad></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>security expert on a Pakistan news television show, uploaded on www.hotklix.com.

    " Inki shaklein Hinduonwali hain, jis zabaan mein guftagoo kar rahein hain, woh zabaan koi Pakistani istemaal nahin karta hai (They look like Hindus. No Pakistani speaks the language they chatted in)," said Zaid Hamid while referring to the terrorists on the show Mujhe Ikhtilaf Hai (I differ) on Pakistan's News One channel. The sensationalist channel was launched in November last year.

    Hamid said that it was a "badly planned" operation that had gone horribly wrong. "9/11 jo Americans ne kiya tha usko bahut khoobsurat camouflage kiya tha. Unhone media mein perception management bahut acchha kiya . Indians ne wahi game repeat karne ki koshish ki, lekin akal to hai nahin . In ahmakon ne complete disaster kiya isko handle karne mein . (The Americans executed the 9/11 attack perfectly. They managed the media very well. The Indians tried to repeat the formula but goofed up. The idiots made a complete mess of it).

    He said that the attackers wore saffron Hindu Zionist bands, which no Muslim would tie. Hamid also said that within the first 5 minutes of the attack, the three ATS policemen investigating the network of terror within India's security agencies and radical right were killed.

    That ensured that those investigations reach a dead end. Anchor Qudsia Qadri added that with their killings, the investigations into the Samjhauta Express carnage would be halted. The killings also immediately shifted attention from India's domestic terrorists to Pakistan, said Hamid.

    Marvi Memon, glamorous Pakistan Muslim League member, on the same programme, was appalled at the Pakistan government's expansion of the "India-appeasement package" by initially agreeing to send ISI chief to India. "I just don't get it," she exclaimed in exasperation.

    She wondered how can you send the ISI chief to a " mulk jiske sath jang chal raha hai ...at a different level...," mentioning Kashmir and accusing India of blocking Pakistan's waters. Memon said, "They (Indians) are quite obsessed with anti-Pakistan speak and that unites them," she said. Memon also spoke about India's separatist movements and believed that India was only reaping the bitter harvest of the poisonous seeds it had sowed.

    Blogger daily.pk writes in pakalert.wordpress.com, "India has been relapsing into religious extremism and numerous separatist movement have mushroomed due to official patronage ...I see the Mumbai bombings as the desperate move of separatists who want to blame everything on Muslims."

    It's not only random voices railing against fingers pointing to Pakistan. Blogger and journalist Farrukh Khan Pitafi is miffed. "For years I have been advocating peace between India and Pakistan," he wrote. But he, too, says that India was out of its mind in naming Pakistan as the source of violence without identification of the perpetrators.

    He wrote: "During such a long coverage of the mishap not a single outlet pointed out that Hemant Karkare... was the same man whose dismissal was Narendra Modi's biggest demand. Or that he was the man on the verge of uncovering the home-grown terror franchise of the Hindu extremists. No channel mentioned Colonel Purohit once during the live telecast, no not even CNN, BBC or CBS. It is sad."

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    Sangh Parivar's Double Talk: Beware Perverse Patriotism

    By B G Verghese - 17 November, 2008
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    It causes deep concern that the armed forces may have been penetrated by ideologically driven groups.

    One must beware of perverse patriotism, disturbing signs of which have been recently manifest. The arrest of an Army officer on suspicion of having assisted alleged Hindu right extremist terror bombings in Malegaon and possibly elsewhere appears sinister. At the moment here are only allegations that must be thoroughly investigated before definitive conclusions are reached.

    Nevertheless, enough has been established to cause deep concern that the armed forces may have been penetrated by dangerous, ideologically driven groups.

    The civil and, specially, uniformed services are non-political servants of the people acting under the directions of the government of the day, owning allegiance to the Constitution and not to any extraneous ideology or group.
    The defence minister has taken note of whatever has happened and intends to get to the root of the matter so that incipient mischief is nipped in the bud. Meanwhile, the single incident that has come to light should not be considered a trend but an aberration.

    What is surprising, however, is the response of the spokesmen of the Parivar. They disown any association with sadhvi Pragya and other civil suspects held for the Malegaon bombing. Yet they take the line that Hindus cannot be terrorists and that the armed forces are a part of Indian society which has been horrified by the pusillanimous and apologetic approach of the UPA government to terror attacks and cannot therefore be blamed for patriotic reactions.


    This apologia comes close to showing sympathy for and indirectly condoning what is undoubtedly a grave dereliction of duty and rank indiscipline. It echoes the chorus from across the border in praise of "freedom fighters" as opposed to terrorists, "our" boys versus the dreadful "other". Such pernicious double talk is scarcely in keeping with the Parivar's insistent demand for "strong" action against terror.

    The same attitude of "patriotic anger" was revealed in the disgraceful conduct of young ABVP hoodlums who broke up a Delhi University meeting on Democracy and Fascism last week and spat on one of the invited speakers, SAR Geelani, who was discharged by the Supreme Court in the parliament bombing case. What was witnessed was fascism in action, made worse by two comments by the saffron fraternity. ABVP president, Nupur Sharma said that the offenders were not ABVP members but "outsiders" and then went on to state in a TV discussion that she would have done much the same thing in patriotic anger against the government's poor record in fighting terror.

    The BJP spokesman, Ravi Pratap Rudy's comment was that the protest against Geelani could have been "more hygienic" but was nevertheless an expression of "patriotic emotion" on the part of students with regard to what was perceived as Geelani's mistrial. VHP's Pravin Togadia repeated the same mantra as senior RSS spokesmen and other saffronites that a Hindu by definition cannot be a terrorist. He warned that persisting with such "false charges" against a Sadhvi and army personnel would evoke a "political backlash."

    In another episode last August, BJP-backed protesters in Jammu rioted and vandalised property during the Amarnath Yatra Board land agitation. Here again the commentary extolled demonstrations by "patriotic Indians" holding aloft the tricolour, as against Valley separatists brazenly marching to Muzaffarabad. The national flag must be honoured but cannot be used as a shield against riot police.

    Perverse patriotism feeding on false notions of jingoistic nationalism must be squarely fought as it manifests a malignant fascism. Terrorism is terrorism, irrespective of community, and can find no place in a democratic society that offers many avenues for grievance redressal. Even if poor or partisan governance, political bias in policing and a creaking criminal justice system have closed many doors, wrong means cannot be justified in the name of seeking right ends.

    The Delhi High Court has sternly admonished police officials to stop rushing to hold press conferences to leak premature and fallible "leads" that disclose their line of investigation and instead get on with their job of bringing criminals to justice. Warped notions of public interest and press freedom have made nonsense of good reporting and a growingly irresponsible section of the media is becoming a social menace rather than performing its proper role of mediation.
    Two other straws merit comment. Though Chaat Puja passed off peacefully, one must be wary of the tendency to use festivals for political and electoral mobilisation and to overawe "the other" whosoever that other might be.

    The second relates to a parliamentary committee recommendation that would make a non-official chairman of the Central Wakf Board rather than a Joint Secretary as at present. But why on earth should government enter this constitutionally forbidden territory and, likewise, fund Haj, Kailash-Mansarovar and other pilgrimages at the taxpayers' expense? This is to dilute secularism, court trouble and invite competitive religiosity to garner votes.


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    Mumbai Unites Pakistanis
    By Aamir Latif, IOL Correspondent


    ISLAMABAD — Indian accusations of a Pakistani involvement in last week's Mumbai attacks and threats of troops build-up on the borders are uniting all political and religious parties, even Taliban tribesmen, against a possible threat from arch rival India.


    "We will not leave the government alone at this critical juncture," Qazi Hussein Ahmad, leader of Jammat-e-Islami, Pakistan's largest Islamic party, told IslamOnline.net.

    "India must not have this wishful thinking that the Pakistani nation stands divided. The nation stands fully united and is ready to thwart any outside aggression."

    India on Monday formally accused "elements" in Pakistan of being behind the 60-hour attacks, which left at least 172 dead and 300 wounded, and demanded "strong action" from Islamabad.

    Officials claim their investigations had shown that all the attackers were Pakistani nationals.

    Pakistan has denied any link to the attacks and President Asif Ali Zardari has urged New Delhi not to "over-react."

    "This is not a time where we are supposed to score political mileage," Siddique-ul-Farooq, a spokesman for the opposition Pakistan Muslim League (N) of former premier Nawaz Sharif, told IOL.

    "This is a testing time not only for the government and the armed forces but for the whole nation, and the PML-N will stand alongside them."

    PML-N sources said Sharif personally contacted Zardari and Premier Yousef Raza Gilani to offer his full cooperation.

    "He has not conveyed his verbal support only. But he is busy in backdoor diplomacy and using all his contacts with the world leaders in a bid to stem pressure on Pakistani government," a senior PML-N leader told IOL.

    He added that Sharif, a former two-time premier, has contacted the leaders of China, Saudi Arabia and Iran to seek their help in easing tension between India and Pakistan.

    The nuclear-armed neighbors have fought three wars since their 1947 independence and came on the brink of a fourth over a 2001 attacks on the Indian parliament.


    Taliban Support

    Even the pro-Taliban tribesmen, who have been fighting Pakistani forces in the tribal belt for the past four years, offered unconditional support to the government in case of any Indian aggression.

    "Whatever our differences are with the government, there is no second opinion on the sovereignty and defense of the country," Muslim Khan, a spokesman for the Tehrik-e-Taliban Swat, told IOL by telephone.

    "We offer our unconditional support to the government at this hour of need."

    The spokesman described Taliban leaders Baitullah Mehsud and Maulvi Fazalullah as "patriotic" Pakistanis.

    "They have no differences with Pakistan but with the government and the army," suggested Khan.

    "We offer the government to hand over the western borders to us and deploy the army of eastern borders to defend any Indian invasion.

    "We assure them that we are fully capable of defending the western borders, and India knows that very well."

    Pakistani security officials have threatened that the country would be forced to relocate its 100,000, now fighting militants in the tribal area, to the borders with India if case of any military escalation.

    Intelligence sources confirmed that the main militant groups in South Waziristan have contacted the government after the Mumbai attacks offering a ceasefire if the army halted operations in their areas.

    "We have no big issues with the militants in FATA (federally administered tribal areas)," a top security official told reporters on Saturday.

    "We have only some misunderstandings with Baitullah Mehsud and Fazlullah. These misunderstandings could be removed through dialogue."


    Unity Chance

    Lawmakers are urging the government to halt its military operations in the tribal areas bordering Afghanistan.

    "Our appeal to the government is to halt military operations in tribal belt and pay attention towards eastern borders," Akhunzada Chattan, a parliamentarian from Bajur, told IOL.

    "Ten hundred thousands tribesmen will defend the western borders voluntarily."

    Akhunzada thinks that differences within different segments of society at this stage will only benefit the "enemy".

    "India has no nerve to invade Pakistan unless the Pakistani nation is divided," he contends.

    "Therefore, it is high time to halt military operations in the tribal areas and send a clear-cut message to India and its allies that they have to face a united Pakistan in case of any misadventure."

    Defense and security analysts believe the government and army are seriously considering the militants' ceasefire offer.

    "The Indian allegations against Pakistan have suddenly forced the military establishment to finally accept that they are not fighting an American war inside the Pakistani territory," Hamid Mir, a defense and security analyst, told IOL."Thanks to India. It has got us untied."


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    India demands Pakistan hand over terror suspects

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081202/...india_shooting


    The latest attacks in India are reminiscent of the 9/11 World Trade Center conspiracy: thought out, planned and carried out by the enemies of Islaam to be blamed on Muslims.

    The claim that there was a surviving attacker is clear indication that India and/or Zionist American and Israeli operatives are behind the plot. Having a living "planted" witness is the most convincing way to pin the attack on Muslims and in particular on Pakistan.

    Why would any Muslim resistance group carry out such futile attacks? What gain is there for Muslims or Islaam?

    Pakistan must not pay heed to India's accusations and especially to India's demand to hand over Muslims named as suspect by India or Western governments or the Zionist Western media.


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    Al-Qaeda is a front organization of CIA and MOSSAD : Mumbai based group of intellectuals and human rights activists


    www.indiadaily.com/editorial/17121.asp

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    Jun. 13, 2007


    The Mumbai based group alleged that Al-Qaeda is a front organization of CIA and MOSSAD. "There is enough evidence that the Al-Qaeda is a front organization of the CIA and MOSSAD. The Bush junta has used the bogey of terror and of Al Qaeda to justify his unending and ever expanding Global War on Terror, which is only a means of capturing the resources of the world and of establishing the sole hegemony of Israel in West Asia," said the group of activists and intellectuals. The group is holding a press conference in Mumbai on Wednesday to "expose the links between Al-Qaeda and the CIA-MOSSAD".

    Holding American-Israeli operation accomplices of the 9/11 attack on the WTC, the spokesman of the group said that this has been widely written about in USA and Europe itself and more than 50% of the American people and far more Europeans, now believe and are convinced about this fact. He said that sections of the Indian ruling political and military elite are importing the same Bush-Olmert formula into India. "The increasing terror attacks only serve the cause of the Indian elite and divide the masses along communal lines. It is only the ordinary Indians who are the victims of terror either in temples, mosques, buses or trains," he said adding that practically no political leader suffers a similar fate, where the terrorists are apprehended and killed in "encounters".


    "Every terror attack is meant to push and drag the Indian masses further into the waiting arms of Uncle Sam and the Israeli Goliath. Every terror attack spreads further hatred for Muslims and Islam and weakens the Indian Muslim community," he said.




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    Of The 200 Killed In Mumbai, A High Number Were Muslims

    ANAND PATWARDHAN argues that real security has to be accompanied by real justice

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    Terror: The Aftermath

    In Mumbai, after the numbing sorrow came the blame game and the solutions. Loud voices amplified by saturation TV: Why don’t we amend our Constitution to create new anti-terror laws? Why don’t we arm our police with AK 47s? Why don’t we do what Israel did after Munich or the USA did after 9/11 and hot pursue the enemy? Solutions that would lead us further into the abyss. For terror is a self-fulfilling prophecy. It thrives on reaction, polarisation, militarisation and the thirst for revenge.

    The External Terror

    Those who invoke America need only to analyse if its actions after 9/11 increased or decreased global terror. It invaded oil-rich Iraq fully knowing that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11, killing over 200,000 Iraqis citizens but allowing a cornered Bin Laden to escape from Afghanistan. It recruited global support for Islamic militancy, which began to be seen as a just resistance against American mass murder. Which begs the question of who created Bin Laden in the first place, armed the madarsas of Pakistan and rejuvenated the concept of Islamic jehad? Israel played its own role in stoking the fires of jehad. The very creation of Israel in 1948 robbed Palestinians of their land, an act that Mahatma Gandhi to his credit deplored at the time as an unjust way to redress the wrongs done to Jews during the Holocaust. What followed has been a slow and continuing attack on the Palestinian nation. At first Palestinian resistance was led by secular forces represented by Yasser Arafat but as these were successfully undermined, Islamic forces took over the mantle. The first, largely non-violent Intifada was crushed, a second more violent one replaced it and when all else failed, human bombs appeared.


    Thirty years ago when I first went abroad there were two countries my Indian passport forbade me to visit. One was racist South Africa. The other was Israel. We were non-aligned and stood for disarmament and world peace. Today Israel and America are our biggest military allies. Is it surprising that we are on the jehadi hit list? Israel, America and other prosperous countries can to an extent protect themselves against the determined jehadi, but can India put an impenetrable shield over itself? Remember that when attackers are on a suicide mission, the strongest shields have crumbled. New York was laid low not with nuclear weapons but with a pair of box cutters. India is for many reasons a quintessentially soft target. Our huge population, vast landmass and coastline are impossible to protect. The rich may build new barricades. The Taj and the Oberoi can be made safer. So can our airports and planes. Can our railway stations and trains, bus stops, busses, markets and lanes do the same?

    The Terror Within

    The threat of terror in India does not come exclusively from the outside. Apart from being hugely populated by the poor India is also a country divided, not just between rich and poor, but by religion, caste and language. This internal divide is as potent a breeding ground for terror as jehadi camps abroad. Nor is jehad the copyright of one religion alone. It can be argued that international causes apart, India has jehadis that are fully home grown. Perhaps the earliest famous one was Nathuram Godse who acting at the behest of his mentor Vinayak Savarkar (still referred to as “Veer” or “brave” although he refused to own up to his role in the conspiracy), murdered Mahatma Gandhi for the crime of championing Muslims.


    Jump forward to 6th December, 1992, the day Hindu fanatics demolished the Babri Mosque setting into motion a chain of events that still wreaks havoc today. From the Bombay riots of 1992 to the bomb blasts of 1993, the Gujarat pogroms of 2002 and hundreds of smaller deadly events, the last 16 years have been the bloodiest since Partition. Action has been followed by reaction in an endless cycle of escalating retribution. At the core on the Hindu side of terror are organizations that openly admire Adolph Hitler, nursing the hate of historic wrongs inflicted by Muslims. Ironically these votaries of Hitler remain friends and admirers of Israel.

    On the Muslim side of terror are scores of disaffected youth, many of whom have seen their families tortured and killed in more recent pogroms. Christians too have fallen victim to recent Hindutva terror but as yet not formed the mechanisms for revenge. Dalits despite centuries of caste oppression, have not yet retaliated in violence although a small fraction is being drawn into an armed struggle waged by Naxalites.
    It is clear that no amount of spending on defense, no amount of patrolling the high seas, no amount of increasing the military and police and equipping them with the latest weaponry can end the cycle of violence or place India under a bubble of safety. Just as nuclear India did not lead to more safety, but only to a nuclear Pakistan, no amount of homeland security can save us. And inviting Israel’s Mossad and America’s CIA/FBI to the security table is like giving the anti-virus contract to those who spread the virus in the first place. It can only make us more of a target for the next determined jehadi attack.

    Policing, Justice and the Media

    As for draconian anti-terror laws, they too only breed terror as for the most part they are implemented by a state machinery that has imbibed majoritarian values. So in Modi’s Gujarat after the ethnic cleansing of Muslims in 2002, despite scores of confessions to rape and murder captured on hidden camera, virtually no Hindu extremists were punished while thousands of Muslims rotted in jail under draconian laws. The same happened in Bombay despite the Shiv Sena being found guilty by the Justice Shrikrishna Commission. Under pressure a few cases were finally brought to trial but all escaped with the lightest of knuckle raps. In stark contrast many Muslims accused in the 1993 bomb blasts were given death sentences.


    The bulk of our media, policing and judicial systems swallows the canard that Muslims are by nature violent. Removing democratic safeguards guaranteed by the Constitution can only make this worse. Every act of wrongful imprisonment and torture that then follows is likely to turn innocents into material for future terrorists to draw upon. Already the double standards are visible. While the Students Islamic Movement of India is banned, Hindutva outfits like the RSS, the VHP, the Bajrang Dal, and the Shiv Sena remain legal entities. The leader of the MNS, Raj Thackeray recently openly spread such hatred that several north Indians were killed by lynch mobs. Amongst these were the Dube brothers, doctors from Kalyan who treated the poor for a grand fee of Rs.10 per patient. Raj Thackeray like his uncle Bal before him, remains free after issuing public threats that Bombay would burn if anyone had the guts to arrest him. Modi remains free despite the pogroms of Gujarat. Congress party murderers of Sikhs in 1984 remain free. Justice in India is clearly not there for all. Increasing the powers of the police cannot solve this problem. Only honest and unbiased implementation of laws that exist, can.

    It is a tragedy of the highest proportions that one such honest policeman, Anti-Terrorist Squad chief Hemant Karkare, who had begun to unravel the thread of Hindutva terror was himself gunned down, perhaps by Muslim terror. It is reported that Col. Purohit and fellow Hindutva conspirators now in judicial custody, celebrated the news of Karkare’s death. Until Karkare took charge, the Malegaon bomb blasts in which Muslims were killed and the Samjhauta Express blasts in which Pakistani visitors to India were killed were being blamed on Muslims. Karkare exposed a hitherto unknown Hindutva outfit as masterminding a series of killer blasts across the country. For his pains Karkare came under vicious attack not just from militant Hindutva but from the mainstream BJP. He was under tremendous pressure to prove his patriotism. Was it this that led this senior officer to don helmet and ill-fitting bullet proof vest and rush into battle with a pistol? Or was it just his natural instinct, the same courage that had led him against all odds, to expose Hindutva terror?

    Whatever it was, it only underlines the fact that jehadis of all kinds are actually allies of each other. So Bin Laden served George Bush and vice-versa. So Islamic and Hindutva jehadis have served each other for years. Do they care who dies? Of the 200 people killed in the last few days by Islamic jehadis, a high number were Muslims. Many were waiting to board trains to celebrate Eid in their hometowns in UP and Bihar, when their co-religionists gunned them down. Shockingly the media has not commented on this, nor focused on the tragedy at the railway station, choosing to concentrate on tragedies that befell the well-to-do. And it is the media that is leading the charge to turn us into a war-mongering police state where we may lead lives with an illusion of safety, but with the certainty of joylessness.

    I am not arguing that we do not need efficient security at public places and at vulnerable sites. But real security will only come when it is accompanied by real justice, when the principles of democracy are implemented in every part of the country, when the legitimate grievances of people are not crushed, when the arms race is replaced by a race for decency and humanity, when our children grow up in an atmosphere where religious faith is put to the test of reason. Until such time we will remain at the mercy of “patriots” and zealots.

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    Mumbai Terror: So Who Really Trained Ajmal Kasab?!

    The Indian Gameplan Falling Apart.

    Dan Qayyum | PakistanKaKhudaHafiz

    In a stunning revelation, a Pakistani lawyer CM Farooq has lifted the lid on the reality behind Ajmal Kasab’s involvement in the Mumbai Attacks.

    Ajmal Qasab (or Kasab / Kasav / Amir Ajmal / etc), the only terrorist ‘caught alive’ - the man at the heart of India’s apparent ‘investigation’ and around whom their allegations of Pakistani (Read Lashkar / ISI) involvement are based, was among a group of Pakistanis kidnapped in 2006 from Khatmandu, by the Nepalese security forces under instruction from Indian intelligence agencies.

    Ajmal Qasab/Ajmal Kasab was among a group of Pakistanis kidnapped in 2006 from Khatmandu, by the Nepalese security forces under instruction from Indian intelligence agencies.


    A case had been registered and is still pending in the Nepalese Supreme Court in which Nepalese forces and Indian High Commission were made respondents.


    The News reports:
    The advocate said he wrote letters to Pakistan and Indian governments in this regard. He said that he had also addressed a press conference in Nepal highlighting the issue in which he revealed that the Nepalese forces arrested Ajmal Kasab and many others and held them at an unknown place and that these people would be used for their ulterior designs at some later stage. He said that he had no contact with Ajmal Kasab ever since he disappeared.


    The lawyer said he was still pleading the case of Kasab and was to visit Nepal towards the end of this month. The Nepalese Supreme Court had repeatedly issued notices to the respondents to furnish their reply but they did not submit any reply.


    Advocate Farooque said he had filed the petition in the Nepalese Supreme Court in February 2008. He said he was running an NGO, ‘Voice of Human and Prisoners Rights’ and the parents of Ajmal Kasab contacted him for help in this regard after appealing to the Pakistan Government for help.


    The people arrested in Nepal had gone there on legal visa for business but Indian agencies were in the habit of capturing Pakistanis from Nepal and afterwards implicated them in the Mumbai-like incidents to malign Pakistan.




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    Fake Evidence: Faridkot Residents Protest!

    Dan Qayyum | PakistanKaKhudaHafiz

    Geo and Dawn may choose to ignore this but the residents of Faridkot village have taken the streets to protest against the FAKE EVIDENCE presented as fact by GEO TV.

    There is no trace of any ‘Kasab’ family in Faridkot.


    The house that supposedly belongs to Ajmals father Ameer Kasab is occupied by an Abdul Ghafoor, who has been living there for the past 20 years. The local authorities too vouch for that.


    ‘There is no such person in our village’, says Nazim, Union Council Faridkot, Ghulam Mustafa Wattoo.


    Photos of the protest by Faridkot Residents: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4


    Why is this not being reported by the media? Have they something to hide? If the residents of Faridkot are correct, then why is fake evidence being presented by Geo and Dawn? Is this being done under the direct orders of A.Z?


    Please forward the above to everyone you know, we will force the media to report these facts.

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    Mumbai Terrorist Name Fabricated?

    Saeed Shah in Faridkot, Pakistan


    The Guardian, Tuesday December 2 2008

    A sleepy village in Pakistan has found itself at the centre of the Mumbai terror plot, leaving locals bewildered.


    Faridkot, a settlement in the south of the Punjab province, has been overrun by Pakistani intelligence agents and police for the past three days after it was reported by Indian officials that the lone gunman captured alive in Mumbai came from a place called Faridkot.


    Agents from Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) were still questioning locals yesterday.


    “All the agencies have been here and the (police) special branch,” said village elder Mehboob Khan Daha. “We have become very worried. What’s this all about?”


    A dusty backwater, the inhabitants are peasant farmers who own small parcels of land and are poorly educated. Water buffalo and goats roam the dirt tracks of the village.


    Men sit around gossiping on traditional woven rope beds, placed out in the open, wearing the usual baggy shalwar kameez pyjama suits, some with turbans. Roughly built small brick homes and little mud huts are dotted around the village, which has a population of about 3,000. It is 34 miles east from the nearest large city, Multan.


    “There are no jihadis here,” said Ijaz Ahmed, 41. “I can think of maybe 10 or 20 people here who have even been as far as Multan.”


    The Faridkot link is a key plank of India’s accusations against Pakistan. The captured gunman, variously named as Ajmal Amir Kamal, Azam Amir Kasav or Azam Ameer Qasab, is said to come from Faridkot, which is described as being near Multan. He is said to speak fluent English and a clear photograph of him shows a young man in western clothes. Shown a picture of the alleged militant, Daha said: “That’s a smart-looking boy. We don’t have that sort around here.”
    In Faridkot, no one appeared to be able to speak much English; most could only converse in a dialect of the provincial language. None of the villagers recognised the face in the photograph.


    They said the intelligence agents wanted to know if there was any presence of the radical Deobandi or Al-Hadith religious movements in the village, to which they were told “no”. The agents mentioned five names, villagers said, including Ajmal, Amir, Kamal and Azam, all common names in Pakistan. There were five Ajmals in the village, all present except one who is living in provincial capital Lahore, and none fitted the description of the militant. The Azam in the village is a 75-year-old retired railway worker.


    One of the Ajmals, a man who thought he was about 30, has worked in a nearby tea factory for the past 12 years, he said. The police and intelligence agencies have been asking his whereabouts.


    “All I ever do is go to work, which is about 3km away. I have never been beyond Kanewal (the closest town),” said Muhammad Ajmal. “I’m uneducated.”


    Faridkot lies in a part of Punjab known for extremist activity but the village itself did not show any signs of being a hotbed of militancy. Written on a board at the entrance to the village mosque, it is declared that members of the Tablighi Jamaat “are not permitted”.


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    That reminds me of former CIA Boos, George Tenet's (born as David Cohen, a Jew) remarks before his retirement - "There were no Arab names on the boarding lists - they were given to us by a foreign intelligence (Mossad) source.

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    The International Backers of the Mumbai Attacks

    Les Blough, Editor. Axis of Logic



    November 26, 2008



    November 26, 2008, Axis of Logic - Reuters states that at least 80 people have been killed and that, "An organisation calling itself the Deccan Mujahideen claimed it was behind attacks". CNN television is already stating as fact that the Mumbai attacks were funded and supported by foreign sources, implicating Pakistan where President-elect Obama promised to take the so-called "war on terrorism" when he assumes office in January. The attacks which are on-going at this moment set the stage for redeployment of U.S. troops from Iraq to Pakistan as Obama promised. George W. Bush has been quick to condemn the attacks and CNN is giving round-the-clock coverage, reminiscent of corporate media coverage of the 9/11 attacks in the United States.

    Linking Pakistan, Al-Queda, Muslims and Terrorism

    CNN, Reuters and other corporate media immediately called these attacks with bombs, automatic weapons and hand grenades "terrorist attacks" emanating from Pakistan with roots in "Al Queda" and "Islamist Terrorists". CNN TV also states that these attacks target "western business people and well-heeled western tourists", staying at Mumbai's luxury hotels. The Deccan Herald states that the Deccan Mujahideen claimed responsibility via a convenient e-mail message received by the Deccan Herald (DC). DC states,
    "The term itself (Deccan Mujahideen) is not very specific, and according to CNN may just be a generic term for radicals in the region. 'Deccan' is an area of India and 'Mujahideen' is the plural form of a term referring to a Muslim participating in a jihad."
    Associated Press described the attackers,
    "Teams of heavily armed gunmen stormed luxury hotels, a popular restaurant and a crowded train station in coordinated attacks across India's financial capital Wednesday night, killing at least 78 people and taking Westerners hostage, police said. A group of suspected Muslim militants claimed responsibility."
    Reuters describes them, "The previously unknown or little known group sent an email to news organisations claiming responsibility." This is a familiar attribution to "terrorist attacks" which, because the organisation is "unknown", noone can prove otherwise. CNN TV states emphatically, "This is definitely an international attack using domestic terrorists". We have no doubt that the latter statement is true but the question is, "Who are those international backers of these attacks?"

    International backing and support

    Modern criminal investigation still rests on the Aristotile's 3 equally important causal factors: Means, Method and Motivation.

    Factor analysis - Means, Method and Motivation: Powerful western media organisations reinforce their opinions with repetition, linking assaults like these with former "Islamist attacks" and another "terrorist attack". Their logic and factor analysis use (1) the weapons used, (2) the similarity of past attacks by "Al Queda" and (3) motivation. But of course they never consider the possibility, based on this same factor analysis, that the architects may be the CIA and/or Mossad.

    Means: That the most powerful military machine in the world has the means to arm groups like the one who is carrying out the Mumbai attacks requires no apology or defense.

    Method: History is replete with examples of U.S./Israeli use of a surrogate to attack their enemies. William John Fox pointed this out in his exemplary analysis, Deliver Us From Chaos: Ten Political Commandments. In 1953 they used domestic terrorism to overthrow Mohammad Mosaddeq, former Prime Minister of Iran. They used the Afghan Mujahideen to attack Russia in the same year of their resistance. The CIA and the U.S. ambassador secretly engineered the "Rose Revolution" in Georgia in 2003 and "the U.S. encouraged the Israeli-trained Georgian army to invade the disputed enclave of South Ossetia five years later".

    Motivation: The only difference between the factors used by the capitalist media and ours is motivation. Regarding motivation, CNN states "they (Deccan Mujahideen) want to create as much damage and attention to themselves as possible". CIA/Mossad are masters at destruction, but the last thing they want is bringing attention to themselves. Motivation for the U.S. to take it's war to Pakistan fits perfectly with these attacks. As a matter of fact, Barack Obama and Joe Biden already declared their intention to take the war to Pakistan and stated with certainty that Obama's "mettle would be tested" by a major international "incident" in the near future. If the perpetrators want to draw attention to themselves, their method (i.e. killing civilians), simply does not make sense unless one buys the Bush regime's religion-based simplism that they are simply "evil". Militant's fighting for causes such as independence or national sovereignty want least of all, international negative attention or popular hatred. The only thing missing from the corporate media explanation is George W. Bush's idiotic claim that "the terrorists are jealous of our freedoms". Using this the corporate media's methodology, it is entirely reasonable and just as easy to implicate the CIA and Mossad.

    Terrorism

    We must also remember where the very term, "terrorism" was born in 1947 and who carried it out? - Israel. The term has been internationalised and popularised since then by the corporate media, rarely if ever pointing to its origins. Today, "terrorism" has become a household term, associated solely with Muslims throughout the world and it was developed into a basis for a war without end. The military assault on Mumbai is another a mini-9/11 in the sense that it provides a platform for juicing and expanding the "anti-terror" war under a new Obama administration which will no doubt be backed by other western governments.

    Criminal Investigation

    CNN tells us that the FBI has offered to help investigate the crime. The question is whether their interest is real investigation or damage control. If the FBI uses this time worn formula it could very easily end up evidence pointing to their own government. Were the FBI to "discover" CIA or Mossad involvement can any sane person expect they would reveal their findings to the public? Using "means, method and motivation" analysis, our "criminal investigation" leads to the CIA and Mossad as perpetrators of this event.

    - Les Blough, Editor
    Axis of Logic


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    Hindus rally for Muslim charity

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    <!-- E IIMA --><!-- S SF --> Hundreds of members of Pakistan's Hindu community have turned out to protest on behalf of a Muslim charity accused by India over the deadly Mumbai attacks.

    The protesters in the city of Hyderabad in Sindh province complained that Jamaat-ud-Dawa was not a terrorist organisation and should not be banned.

    They said it was a "saviour" in providing food and water.

    India says Jamaat-ud-Dawa is a front for Lashkar-e-Taiba which it blames for the attacks that killed more than 170.

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    Water wells

    Many in Pakistan's minority Hindu community are poor farm workers.

    One protester, Biga Ram, told Reuters news agency: "How can an organisation be terrorist if it's been providing food and water to us despite knowing that we're not Muslims?"

    She added: "They're friends of humanity. We condemn the ban. It's unjust."

    Some of the banners read: "Do not ban our saviour!"

    Bhai Chand, a Hindu community leader, told Associated Press the charity had set up water wells in the desert.


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    India ’Staged’ Mumbai Drama, Hotel Guests Testify

    by Ammar


    A recent report published by the BBC points more fingers towards Indian security agencies for actually staging the entire Mumbai drama. The stories craft by the Indian electronic and print media were absolutely absurd from the very beginning. Now we have it that the guests who had trapped themselves inside hotel rooms for safety were actually instructed by policemen to leave the building while the fighting raged on.


    Several other things have been left unanswered, including the gross failure of Indian security and intelligence agencies that such a big terrorist attack happened right under their nose, in a country aspiring to become a regional superpower. All these questions that raise in one’s mind have been discussed before here and at several other forums.


    So much so that the Indian minister for minorities had to resign for raising the issue of Mr. Karkare’s suspicious killing at an unknown location on the same day - the senior Indian policeman who had exposed the masterminds of the Samjhota express bombings and held a Hindu serving Indian army Colonel for the same.


    Yet India is still pushing forward with its absurd, concocted story of the deadly Mumbai terror attacks holding Pakistan responsible, while all evidence points towards it as being a staged drama by Indian Hindu extremists who have penetrated Indian state machinery in large numbers.


    Following is the BBC news report, in which guests at the Taj hotel have testified against the Indian police..

    By Adam Mynott
    BBC News, Mumbai


    Guests trapped in a Mumbai hotel seized by gunmen last month have told the BBC they were given instructions by police that may have led to more people dying.


    Police told a group hiding in the Taj Mahal Palace hotel that it was safe to leave the building, a survivor said. But members of the group were shot and killed by militant gunmen as they were making their way out.


    The senior policeman in charge of the operation in the hotel has denied the allegations against his officers.



    ‘Suspicious’

    A prominent Mumbai gynaecologist, Dr Prashant Mangeshikar, was trapped in the Taj Mahal hotel along with hundreds of other guests as gunmen stormed into the building, firing indiscriminately.


    Terrified, he and others barricaded themselves into a room and waited.
    Eventually, in the early hours of the morning, police officers made it through to where they were hiding and told people it was safe to leave the hotel because the gunmen were cornered on another floor.
    Some went ahead but Dr Mangeshikar held back.


    “I was a little suspicious that the police were actually sending these guys down a different route where the terrorists were supposed to be,” he said.
    I refused to move away and the people who ran ahead of me, about 20 or 30 of them, all of them died.”


    A dress designer from the city says her aunt was shot dead and her cousin seriously wounded because they followed police instructions to try to leave.


    The designer, Shilpa, described the police conduct as disgraceful. They had no right, she said, to risk people’s lives.


    The senior policeman in charge of the operation in the hotel has denied these allegations against his officers.


    But they add to growing criticism of the police and how they responded to the attack in which more than 170 people were killed.


    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/7794211.stm
    The move seems to be one to fuel more hatred against Pakistan by increasing the number of deaths as a result of this barbaric act.


    Shame on you India! You kill your own people to wage war against Pakistan! And God knows that you cannot sustain a full war for no more than 15 (FIFTEEN) days - given the recession that has hit your economy too.



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    By Andrew Buncombe in Delhi - 12 January 2011

    India is being forced to confront disturbing evidence that increasingly suggests a secret Hindu terror network may have been responsible for a wave of deadly attacks previously blamed on radical Muslims.

    Information contained in a confession given in court by a Hindu holy man, suggests that he and several others linked to a right-wing Hindu organisation, planned and carried out attacks on a train travelling to Pakistan, a Sufi shrine and a mosque as well as two assaults on Malegaon, a town in southern India with a large Muslim population.

    He claimed the attacks were launched in response to the actions of Muslim militants. "I told everybody that we should answer bombs with bombs," 59-year-old Swami Aseemanand, whose real name is Naba Kumar Sarkar, told a magistrate during a closed hearing in Delhi. "I suggested that 80 per cent of the people of Malegaon were Muslims and we should explode the first bomb in Malegaon itself. I also said that during partition, the Nizam of Hyderabad had wanted to go with Pakistan so Hyderabad was also a fair target. Then I said that since Hindus also throng [a Sufi shrine in] Ajmer we should also explode a bomb in Ajmer which would deter the Hindus from going there. I also suggested the Aligarh Muslim University as a target."

    Police in India have suspected for some time that Hindus may have been responsible for the attacks carried out between 2006 and 2008, and in November of that year several arrests were made, including that of a serving military officer. But the confession of Swami Aseemanand, obtained by an Indian news magazine, is perhaps the most damning evidence yet that Hindu extremists were responsible. It also suggests those involved were senior members of a religious group that is the parent organisation of India's main opposition party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

    "The evidence is not conclusive but people have to take notice of this," said Bahukutumbi Raman, a former national security adviser and now a leading regional security analyst. "This could aggravate tensions between India's [Hindu and Muslim] communities. It will create problems."

    The revelations in Tehelka magazine, bear added significance following the comments of Rahul Gandhi, widely expected to be a future prime minister, in which he said he believed the growth of Hindu extremists presented a greater threat to India than Muslim militants. According to a cable obtained by WikiLeaks, last year Mr Gandhi told the US ambassador to Delhi, Timothy Roemer: "Although there was evidence of some support for Laskar-e-Taiba among certain elements in India's indigenous Muslim community, the bigger threat may be the growth of radicalised Hindu groups, which create religious tensions and political confrontations with the Muslim community."

    At the time, Mr Gandhi's comments were strongly condemned by the BJP. But the main opposition party has been pushed on to the back foot by the testimony of Swami Aseemanand, which suggests many of those involved in the bombing plots were members of religious organisations such as the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

    The RSS is considered the BJP's ideological parent. This week, the RSS's leader, Mohan Bhagwat, claimed extremists had been forced out. "Elements nurturing extremist views have been asked to leave the organisation," he said. "A majority of the people whom the government has accused... had left voluntarily and a few were told that this extremism will not work here."

    Among the incidents initially blamed on Muslim militants was a bomb attack in February 2007 on the Samjhauta Express, travelling between Delhi and Lahore. Of the 68 deaths, most were Pakistani citizens returning home. The attack took place a day before Pakistan's Foreign Minister was due to arrive in India for peace talks.

    Swami Aseemanand was arrested in Haridwar last November, having apparently been in hiding for more than two years. In his 42-page confession to the magistrate, he reportedly claimed he had been spurred into action by a series of Muslim attacks on Hindus, in particular the assault on the Akshardham temple in Gujarat 2002 that left at least 29 people dead. "This caused great concern and anger in me," he said.

    The attacks under scrutiny

    Samjhauta Express

    In February 2007, two firebombs exploded on the train commonly known as the 'Friendship Express' which travels across the Indo-Pakistani border. Most of the 68 victims and 50 injured were of Pakistani origin. Three further unexploded suitcase bombs were later found on the train.

    Mecca Masjid

    An attack on the Mecca Masjid mosque, which is in Hyderabad's old city, left 14 people dead in May 2007 – with five apparently killed by police firing on a furious mob after the incident. Swami Aseemanand apparently said that the site was chosen because the local administrator wanted to be part of Pakistan during partition.

    Ajmer

    A famous Muslim shrine in the city of Ajmer in Rajasthan, about 350km south-west of Delhi, was targeted by bomb attacks in October later that year. Two people were killed and 17 injured near the scared shrine, which houses the tomb of a 13th-century Sufi saint. Swami Aseemanand said the blast was intended to deter Hindus from going there.

    Malegaon

    In September 2008, three bomb blasts killed 37 people in the Muslim-majority city of Malegaon, situated about 160 miles north-east of Maharashtra's state capital, Mumbai. Muslims had been attending prayers when the bombs exploded in a sacred burial ground, also injuring more than 125 people.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...s-2182178.html
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    There was also the Mumbai attacks, which was supposedly carried out by Indian "Al-Qaeda", but photos of one of the shooters revealed an orange Hindu bracelet:

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