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WHAT WILL THE ANGLOS DO TO PAKISTAN? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-8-9 19:42:28 |Display all floors

it's going to be one big happy family

Germany managed to avoid it - for now

But all of the UK's elements are geared towards something else. My God, Melbourne is a massive melting pot right now. The powerz are brewing up something you can't refuse
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Post time 2010-8-9 19:46:35 |Display all floors
Originally posted by petera at 2010-8-9 19:37


This is NWO spin.There are still more Mus lims in India than in Pakistan.i have often quoted William
Dalrymple who has pointed out that the 1857 uprising was the biggest anti imperialist strug ...



That makes no sense at all...why splitting the country when the British were already leaving and giving power to the Indians? It's true that there are more Indians in India today than in Pakistan...but fact still is that Muslims wanted an own souvereign state at that time. It would have been better for them if they'd stayed with India^^  Lets see how long till Pakistan will see new turmoil......another putsch maybe?
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Post time 2010-8-10 03:25:33 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Alex2010 at 2010-8-9 19:46



That makes no sense at all...why splitting the country when the British were already leaving and giving power to the Indians? It's true that there are more Indians in India today than in Paki ...


Why would he want to make sense? It would undermine half his arguments.

Petera, if Hindu and Muslim wanted to share a country, why wouldn't they have done so as soon as the Brits were out of the picture?

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Post time 2010-8-10 03:31:38 |Display all floors

The question is did they really want to change Pakistan inside out.

So where does that leave Britain? David Cameron's visit in India last month revealed the vast gulf between how we now view India and Pakistan. We are happy with India's growing power and independence, not least in the hope it will counterbalance the far more frightening Chinese as the global eclipse of Europe accelerates. Yet for Pakistan, a decades-old policy continues. We ignore the increasingly powerful cultural and political influence of an increasingly conservative Middle East in the country. We hope our favoured English-speaking moderates, such as the Bhutto clan, can somehow fashion a new ally and partner out of this troublesome nation.

Yet what Benazir Bhutto had recognised a few days before her death was not just that Pakistan had changed but that the time for changing Pakistan had passed too. And this is the unpleasant new reality that Britain and America need to get used to. Pakistan's identity issues are steadily being resolved. But not how we would like them to be.


http://www.guardian.co.uk/commen ... ke-pakistan-changes

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Post time 2010-9-12 01:12:11 |Display all floors

US urged to stop bombing Pakistan

Sat Sep 11, 2010

An Iranian lawmaker has slammed US drone strikes and state-sponsored terrorism in flood-stricken Pakistan, calling for more humanitarian efforts.


"The US attacks on Pakistan are the most inhuman phenomenon occurring in Pakistan," Spokesman for the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Kazem Jalali said Saturday.

"Those who claim to be advocates of human rights and saviors of humanity are not only denying aid to the Pakistanis, but despite the [current] condition, bombing the nation," Fars News Agency quoted Jalali.

He urged Iranians to continue assisting humanitarian aid to their southeastern neighbor

"Meanwhile, some terrorists are carrying out their acts of terror with the support of some powers, and this is one of the most heinous and brutal examples of modern savagery," the Iranian lawmaker stressed.

A report by the New America Foundation revealed that since the start of the flooding, which has washed through one-fifth of Pakistan, in August nine US drone attack have been reported.

The drone attacks have increased by six-old since the controversial operations first began in 2004. The strikes, mostly run by the US Central Intelligence Agency, have been criticized for their imprecise targeting which has led to the deaths of many civilians.

The floods have killed more than 1,760 people and affected at least another 17 million.

Earlier on Saturday, the Iranian Red Crescent Society announced plans to set up at least 15 relief and medical camps in Pakistan.

Iranian officials say they have so far dispatched more the 400 tons of medical, food and relief supplies to the country.

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Post time 2010-9-14 22:38:32 |Display all floors

US drone attack kills 4 in Pakistan

Tue Sep 14, 2010

"A US drone fired two missiles on a vehicle carrying militants outside Miranshah," a senior security official told AFP.

The official added that at least four people were killed in the Tuesday attack.

The attack took place in Qutabkhel village, a southern suburb of Miranshah, the main town of North Waziristan tribal district.

The incident comes as an earlier drone attack claimed the lives of at least 11 people in North Waziristan on Tuesday.

The US has recently stepped up its airstrikes in Pakistan's northwestern tribal belt. Islamabad has condemned the attacks as violations of its sovereignty.

More than 700 people have been killed in such drone attacks since 2009. Over 90 percent of the victims were civilians.
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Post time 2010-9-14 22:39:36 |Display all floors

11 killed in US drone strike in Pakistan

Tue Sep 14, 2010


At least eleven people have been killed in a fresh US drone attack in Pakistan's North Waziristan region, officials say.


Officials and local sources told Press TV that a US drone plane fired three missiles on a house in the Shawal area near Miranshah on Tuesday, killing 11 people and injuring several others.

US drone planes are still flying over the area, a local resident said.

The death toll is expected to rise further as most of the people are trapped under the rubbles of the house.

The attacked house was completely destroyed in the attack.

The attack was the tenth such strike in 11 days in Pakistan, security officials say.

The US has recently stepped up its airstrikes in Pakistan's northwestern tribal belt. Islamabad has condemned the strikes as violations of its sovereignty.

More than 700 people were killed in attacks targeting tribal areas in 2009. Over 90 percent of them were civilians.
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