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Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Indian terrorism’
The humiliation faced by India’s ambassador at a US airport is linked to recent events when Indian citizens linked to the Indian government were found engaged in suspicious activities related to terrorism and nuclear espionage, including on US soil.
Indian spy agencies are embarrassed and CBI registers a police case against Pakistan Cyber Army. But Indian officials decline to regret last week’s unprovoked attack on forty websites owned by the Government of Pakistan. Indian intelligence agencies have launched a reassessment of Pakistani IT capabilities after the Pakistani retaliation.
A total of 270 Indian sites hacked in retaliation for an earlier Indian attack on 40 Pakistani Government websites. The action calls on Indians to stop the cyber war they have started or risk more damage. Pakistan Cyber Army’s warning: ‘Stop complaining about Pakistani websites security, secure your own ass first.’ And another warning by HEX786: ‘Stop this war you started or we will make your internet hell.’
Who should be held responsible: retired General Pervez Musharraf, President Asif Ali Zardari or COAS Gen. Ashfaque Parvez Kayani? They can’t shun their responsibility for the rise in CIA drone attacks in Pakistan in the past three years and someone will have to become answerable in front of the Pakistani nation.
These days Sikhs worldwide mark the 26th anniversary of the day when Indian politicians organized genocide against Sikhs across India. Indians pulled down Sikhs from buses and hauled them from homes, offices and streets. Some of them were beaten to death, others were burned alive. Few escaped. Amnesty International has marked the occasion this year in its India 2010 report. But the mainstream American-British media continues to enforce a blackout on Indian crimes because Washington and London need India as a proxy in Asia.
Forget the Obama-Singh hug, here is the truth about the biggest two-way blackmail in world diplomacy in recent history: Kashmir for Boeing.
United States equally responsible, not just Pakistan, former president Musharraf tells a think-tank audience in New York.
A prominent Indian journalist and rights advocate accuses Indian media of calling Roy a ‘traitor’ and sending outdoor broadcasting vans to Roy’s residence ahead of the Hindu mob, thereby becoming an accessory to a criminal attack.
The suicide bombers and throat-slitters are not Arab Mujahedeen or Afghan Taliban. This expertise has been introduced by the Indians and the Israelis in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
See this slideshow prepared by Foreign Policy magazine. It doesn’t roundly condemn Indian atrocities, not yet at least. But considering the past, it is three-steps forward for the Am-Brit media, and hopefully the beginning of a trend that might help introduce the American people to unchecked Indian atrocities.
The Guardian newspaper of Britian publishes this insightful report about Indian state terrorism in occupied Kashmir. It is probably the first report of its kind on what India is exactly doing in the occupied region. It is also a sign of how the Am-Brit media, which long shielded Indian from negative media exposure, is beginning to see through India’s Iron Curtain over Kashmir.
Arundhati Roy enjoys more credibility than India’s government or military. Her analysis on India’s occupation of Kashmir has exposed what the Indian military, politicians and media have been hiding for decades: the collective Indian crimes against Kashmiris.
India’s most famous novelist meets with the husband and brother of two Kashmiri women raped and killed by Indian Army soldiers. All major Indian newspapers warn Roy of imminent arrest on sedition charges.
Pakistani Pashtuns cannot be stopped from sympathizing with Afghan Pashtuns. Pakistan must tell United States to solve the Afghan Pashtun problem inside Afghanistan. Islamabad should also dispute US claims about the quality of Al Qaeda presence and strength on the Pak-Afghan border. Pakistan’s tribal belt is not responsible for American rout in Afghanistan.
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