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    khuram got a reaction from SHAUZEB in Bait Baazi   
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    khuram got a reaction from SHAUZEB in Bait Baazi   
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    khuram got a reaction from Syed Demanding in Bait Baazi   
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    In se mat mil ke inhe roog hain khwaaboon waale

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    khuram reacted to Doctor_Naqvi in GHQ Attack   
    Chief Justice of Pakistan has nothing to do with this thread.Stick to the topic.
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    khuram reacted to Doctor_Naqvi in GHQ Attack   
    have a look at Ur bold letters again.Wat i can get from the above is that there was no resistance at all and it was an easy access for the terrorists.
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    khuram reacted to Doctor_Naqvi in GHQ Attack   
    Yup,You're wrong.They were stopped by the security forces but they opened heavy fire and after killing security personnels, they scattered into different directions.They managed to get an easy access after killing security personnels, guarding check posts.At the same time,security lapse is a factor that can't be neglected at all but to say that it was an easy access and there was no resistance at all, isn't right
    four assailants dressed in camouflage uniform, who were riding a Suzuki van attacked the checkpost No. 1 near Cricket Stadium. Later, they headed towards Checkpost No. 2, where they were again encountered by security forces. (Maj.Gen Athar Abbas)

    Terrorists in army uniform attempted to get entry at 11:30 AM on Saturday from check-post no 1, said the television channel report. When stopped by security officials, they reached at check post no. 2 and opened fire on security men by taking positions after leaving the vehicle.

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    khuram reacted to Doctor_Naqvi in GHQ Attack   
    Pakistani army frees hostages after militant attack
    Six soldiers die in gun battle as terrorists strike for third time in a week

    Military helicopters fly over the entrance to Pakistan's army headquarters in Rawalpindi. Photograph: Faisal Mahmood/Reuters
    Militants wearing military uniform attacked the Pakistani army's headquarters yesterday, killing six soldiers and taking hostages after a 40-minute gun battle. Agencies reported that 22 were freed late last night.
    The gunmen drove in a white van with military licence plates to a main gate of the tightly guarded compound in the garrison city of Rawalpindi shortly before noon. They where challenged by soldiers before opening fire with assault rifles and throwing a grenade.
    "There was fierce firing then there was a blast," said Khan Bahadur, a shuttle van driver who was standing outside the gate of the compound. "Soldiers were running here and there. The firing continued for about a half-hour. There was smoke everywhere. Then there was a break, and then firing again."
    Four of the gunmen were killed along with the six soldiers, including a brigadier and a lieutenant-colonel who were passing through the gate. The army said operations inside the building were continuing.
    A military spokesman, Major General Athar Abbas, said: "Eight to 10 terrorists were involved in this attack. Four have been killed while six of our security personnel were martyred." He told state television that special forces had surrounded the building and added: "Appropriate action will be taken."
    Abbas said the building had no connection to any of the country's intelligence agencies and no senior military or intelligence officials were among those being held. "We are trying to finish [the siege] at the earliest,clear the area of terrorists and restore complete control." P
    The brazen attack on one of the most secure areas of the country in the middle of the day, and the taking of hostages, shows a new level of audacity from the militants. It is the third major militant strike in in a week and was carried out as the army prepares a major offensive against the militants in their northwestern stronghold of South Waziristan on the Afghan border.
    Pakistani media said that the Taliban had claimed responsibility for the attack, and the interior minister, Rehman Malik, said the assaults had strengthened the government's resolve to launch the offensive. "We have been left no other option except to go ahead to face them," he told Dawn Television.
    Militants regularly attack army bases. They bombed a checkpoint outside an army compound in the gun battle that followed a car bombing that killed 49people in the northwestern city of Peshawar on Friday. Another base was attacked after the bombing of a United Nations aid agency in Islamabad last Monday in which five died. The man who attacked the UN was also wearing a security forces' uniform and was granted entry to the compound after asking to use the bathroom.
    "What happened in Peshawar, Islamabad and today, all roads lead to South Waziristan,"said Malik. "The TTP [Taliban Movement of Pakistan] is behind all of these attacks, and the government has no option but to launch an offensive."
    Earlier this year militants pushed to within 60 miles of Islamabad, raising fears for nuclear-armed Pakistan's stability. An exasperated US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, said the government appeared to be "abdicating" to the militants. America needs Pakistani help against militants crossing into Afghanistan to fight US-led forces there.
    In late April, security forces launched an offensive in the Swat Valley, 80 miles north-west of Islamabad, largely clearing the Taliban from the region.
    The militants suffered another major blow on 5 August when their overall leader, Baitullah Mehsud, was killed in a missile attack by a US drone aircraft in South Waziristan.The US and India have also called for action against Afghan Taliban factions on the border and anti-Indian militant groups based in Pakistan's Punjab province.
    The North West Frontier Province information minister, Iftikhar Hussain, called for the elimination of militant bases in Punjab, telling reporters that, even if an offensive was successful in South Waziristan, militants would get support from Punjab.
    The government ordered the army to go on the offensive in South Waziristan in June and security forces have been launching air and artillery strikes while moving troops into surrounding areas,blockading the region and trying to split off factions. The army has declined to say when it will send in ground forces.
    source( www.guardian.co.uk)
    Salaams to all those Pakistani soldiers who embraced martyrdom in GHQ's sad incident. Another security lapse.Wat are these security agencies upto?Terrorists have come to our neck.Threatening the most sensitive areas of Pakistan.Why we aren't dealing with them strictly,they have no ethics and are brutally killing our country men so Why are we supposed to behave gently?

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    khuram got a reaction from khakay batool in How much time do you spend on Shiachat.com?   
    just started
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    khuram got a reaction from khakay batool in How would you feel if your wife made more money   
    whats wrong with it ? i ll ask her to open a joint account :blush:
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