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*******www.instablogs****/ India rejects Pakistani claim In the past two decades Pakistan has time and again launched two genres of war against India. First, the proxy war: wherein it clandestinely supported violent militant activities on the Indian soil. Second, the propaganda war meant to conceal its own nefarious designs and malign India for nothing. The recent Pakistani tantrum toes the same line. It has come under increasing international pressure to rein in terror groups following the Mumbai terror strikes. Caught in the eye of the storm, it has come up with yet another fantabulous concoction of Indian fighter planes violating the Pakistani airspace near Lahore and PoK. When the world refused to buy its story, the so called space violation was comfortably scaled down to ‘technical incursion’ with no cause of alarm. Will Pakistan ever mend its ways? Hamas celebrates founding anniversary Over 300,000 flag-waving Palestinians attended a mass rally in Gaza on Sunday marking the 21st anniversary of the founding of the Hamas movement. Addressing the crowd, Palestinian de facto Prime Minister, Ismail Haniyeh vowed once again not to recognize the authority of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas after his term expires on 9 January based on Palestinian constitution. He also pledged to compensate Palestinian pilgrims from Gaza who were prevented from going on the Hajj to Mecca due to Hamas' ongoing conflict with Abbas' Fatah movement. Haniyeh's speech had been billed as a 'State of the Gaza Strip' address. Haniyeh also criticized Israel's siege of the Gaza Strip, labeling it a "dirty war" against the civilian population of the Strip. Child Begging in Pkaistan Begging has become a routine experience in all parts of the country including educational institutes, ordinaries and even inside omni-buses. A large number of beggars are children under the age of 10 years who are not sent by their families to school for learning on account of their poverty. These children frequently get taunts and many a times abusive remarks from people who get irritated at their persistent requests for money. Around midday these poor children roam about restaurants in the hope of getting free food. In some parts of the country these poor children are subjected to sexual abuse and it is not hard to see that their experiences of open deprivation from basic life needs are likely to turn them into dysfunctional members of a reckless society. We certainly need more organizations like Children Foundation to save these kids from complete destruction. Mexican kidnappings An independent Mexican watchdog group, Citizen's Council for Public Security and Justice says more than 15,000 have been kidnapped across the nation since 1986. Official figures show 954 kidnappings from January 1 to November 30 2008, but rights groups say there are three to five more cases to each one reported. Since 1971, 856 kidnap victims have been killed, in a trend that is very much so on the increase. The explosive growth in the number of kidnappings can be explained by the participation of security forces, directly or indirectly, by selling protection, as well as negligence or incompetence. *******www.instablogs****/
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Muzaffarabad,June 08: A two-decade-old long insurgency may not end in Jammu and Kashmir unless Pakistan stops arming,training and sending militants to the Himalayan state,security analysts have said.
9 Jun 2010
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Quetta, September 20: Pakistan's federal interior minister Rehman Malik visited Balochistan recently where he suggested that a Swat-like operation should be launched against Baloch nationalists. But then, he quickly backtracked. He identified five Baloch organizations as militant outfits and imposed a ban' on them. The organizations include-Balochistan Republican Army, Baloch Liberation Front, Balochistan Liberation United Front, Baloch Defaee Tanzeem and Lashkar-e-Balochistan. The assets of these groups were frozen as part of the Pakistan government's decision to go after Baloch nationalists. Rehman Malik wants to curb militancy in Balochistan and has said that all police powers will be transferred for three months to the Frontier Corps (FC).
20 Sep 2010
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Transcript by Newsy BY AUSTIN ALONZO You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Sudan is five weeks away from the scheduled start of a referendum to determine the independence of its oil-producing, resource-rich south. The decision could split the country in two and -- if mishandled, spark another period of violence. Southern Sudanese living in the north are headed back home en mass to vote in the referendum, but as the BBC reports, fear for the future is rising. “…people here are worried, and already they are starting to pack up their belongings, pack up everything in their house and prepare to move back down to the south. Some of them just so they can vote in the referendum, some of them are moving for good because they say they’re scared of what could happen in this country if they split in two.” The referendum comes at a time of high political tensions in Sudan. So far, groups in the north and south have failed to reach an agreement on sharing oil revenues and natural resources including millions of acres of fertile land, reserves of gold and Nile River Water. (Video from Al Jazeera) As Al Jazeera reports, southern Sudanese are well aware of the potential for conflict, but those seeking secession say, they aren’t going to back down. “The north has been benefiting from our oil for too long, if they try to steal it from us after we separate, we will fight them. We will even cut the pipelines.” The potential for conflict is very real in the ethnically diverse and resource-rich border region of Abyei (AH-BEE-AY) which lies along the 1956 colonial north-south border. The south claims rights to the region, but the north doesn’t want to concede any more territory to the south. The Christian Science Monitor reports that militants from both sides are pouring into the region - along with southern Sudanese returning home for the referendum. “The effect of these movements, and the increase in population in and around the militarized border area is unpredictable. Africa Confidential reported that Abyei youth returning from Khartoum were beaten at a SAF checkpoint along the way, even citing one incident of rape.” The Voice of America reports, in two weeks -- more than two million voters have registered in the south. It reports, the military build up and roving militants could interfere with voting, but plenty of other problems could keep the election from starting on time. VOA reports with less than 40 days till the election, the government has not found a company to design and print the ballot. January’s referendum could be just the first attempt to divide Sudan. Cairo’s Al Ahram Weekly predicts the volatile Darfur region could be the next to secede. “Darfur remains a hot spot where talk of using arms to topple the regime remains current. Observers also say that Darfur residents may also demand self-determination if a solution for the area is not found.” The referendum vote is scheduled for January 9th, but many close to the situation say violence could break out before then. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
4 Dec 2010
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE You're watching multisoruce world news analysis from Newsy A bomb outside a crowded bus station in Jerusalem kills at least one and injures more than 30. CNN spoke with Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat - who suggests the attack was an isolated incident. “Israel and Jerusalem have been relatively safe lately and hopefully we will find the roots of this cowardly person who created this terrorist attack and bring him to trial and justice.” A Washington Post correspondent spoke with MSNBC and pointed out violence has been escalating around the Gaza Strip for a week now. “While there hasn't been any link directly, keep in mind this attack comes amid a sharp escalation in tensions between Israel and Hamas and the Gaza Strip with rockets falling in Israel, the cities last night and the day before and Israel responding with motor shelling and other kinds of activity. Eight Palestinians were killed yesterday including four civilians and four militants. Things are definitely, attentions are increased sharply in the last 24 hours.” Israeli newspaper columnists think the violence is a sign of a possible lengthy conflict between Israel and Hamas. (A writer for Haaretz says...) “What began as a local escalation is steadily transforming into a broader conflict that the sides will apparently have difficulty stopping, though it's doubtful either side has an interest in reaching that point.” AFP reports Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is warning a - quote - “exchange of blows” might be necessary to stop the escalating violence. But the Jerusalem Post spoke with Jerusalem police chief David Cohen who believes the attack does not necessarily suggest future violence. “Cohen said that he did not believe that the attack represented a move backwards towards the years of terror attacks, but said that the Israel and Jerusalem Police are fully prepared for any situation.” Mr. Netanyahu delayed a planned trip to Russia in response to the attack. According to AP- both Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad have publicly condemned the attacks. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY JONATHAN KETZ ANCHOR AUSTIN KIM You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy A Palestinian official close to the negotiation between Hamas militants and Israel tells Reuters the two sides have agreed to a truce. That’s after Hamas fired rockets into Israel despite a cease-fire plea from a top Hamas official. Fox News reports- that plea was from politicians- not military officials. Leland: “Jamie this ceasefire offering came from the political wing of Hamas, but the military wing of Hamas and some of the more radical splinter groups inside Gaza don't appear as though they want to stop the rocketeering just yet.” The dispute started on Friday when a Hamas tank missile critically injured an Israeli child when it hit a school bus. That set the Israelis off -- 120 Israeli rockets have killed 18 people since Friday. (Video from The Telegraph). A Y Net News writer says Hamas has underestimated just how much payback would be in store. “...Gaza’s terrorists are again finding themselves dumbfounded, confused and outmatched as the house of cards they attempted to build collapses right before their very eyes.” A Hamas website the ceasefire began Sunday and the 10 rockets fired into Israel that day came from militants who disagreed with the truce. While both Haaretz and the Jerusalem Post reported the cease-fire agreement---Israel gave no official confirmation. A Palestine Note blogger said both sides deserve blame for the latest round of fighting. “The political and military leadership of both Hamas and Islamic Jihad are reckless and stupid.” Now, Israel also is facing wider problems. Haaretz****, quoting Wikileaks, says Hezbollah militants in Lebanon are prepared to launch hundreds of missles a day into Israel. “Israel expects the next war against Hezbollah will last two months, during which 24,000 to 36,000 rockets and missiles are expected to be launched at Israel.” To defend against attacks---Israel has set up an Iron Dome system to shoot down enemy rockets. The Israeli Defense Ministry says it shot down rockets Hamas launched toward southern Israel on both Thursday and Friday. (Video from Jerusalem Post) Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
12 Apr 2011
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy. MSNBC'S CHUCK TODD: “Renewed doubts about whatever it is our relationship is with Pakistan with news that Osama bin Laden was living comfortably, hiding in plain sight, 60 miles from the capital.” A decade of international pursuit led U.S. forces -- not to a remote cave on a border with Afghanistan -- but to a three-story mansion mere yards away from Pakistan’s equivalent to West Point. U.S. officials say -- at the very least -- it’s surprising. At worst -- suspicious. FRMR. SEC. STATE CONDOLEEZA RICE ON NBC "TODAY": “I have to say I was surprised to learn where he was found. ... Obviously there are tough questions here.” JOHN BRENNAN, DEPUTY NAT’L SECURITY ADVISOR: “I think it's inconceivable that bin Laden did not have a support system in the country that allowed him to remain there for an extended period of time.” (VIDEO FROM KTVU) Pakistan’s ambassador to the U.S. promises an investigation into how Osama bin Laden lived in relative luxury right under their noses for years. The U.S. Department of Defense released this illustration of the compound where bin Laden lived -- surrounded by a wall that reached 18 feet high. By most accounts it was much more lavish than the other structures in the neighborhood -- and thus should have raised some questions. Pakistani intelligence admits failures on its part -- but says the compound where bin Laden was found was “not on our radar” since 2003. The Atlantic Wire’s Uri Friedman writes, “The revelations put Pakistan in a bind. If Pakistani officials say they weren't aware of bin Laden's whereabouts, they look incompetent. … [T]he optimistic reading suggests that they were effectively keeping bin Laden under some sort of house arrest...” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has publicly said Pakistani cooperation was key in bin Laden’s capture. But CBS’ Lara Logan is doubtful -- saying Pakistan has blood on its hands. “Clearly they're not doing everything they can. And more importantly, they're not going to do everything that counts. And they're going to say this. They've been caught with their pants down here. They're in hot water. They know it. As diplomatic as the U.S. has been publicly, you can bet it's been a different story behind the scenes.” Those accusations are being categorically denied by Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari. He penned an op-ed in The Washington Post where he argued -- Pakistan is as much a victim of terrorism as the U.S.. “Such baseless speculation may make exciting cable news, but it doesn’t reflect fact. Pakistan had as much reason to despise al-Qaeda as any nation. The war on terrorism is as much Pakistan’s war as as it is America’s.” President Zardari called bin Laden’s death a “personal” justice -- reminding readers in 2007 -- terrorists murdered his wife Benazir Bhutto -- the country’s first female prime minister. But an editorial in the Pakistani English language newspaper Dawn tells a slightly different story -- suggesting Pakistani politicians have been more anti-U.S. than anti-terrorism. “But then, what to expect from a country some of whose politicians and media raise more hue and cry about US drone attacks (that have killed around 2,000 people, most of them militants), rather than about suicide attacks by Taliban/al-Qaeda that, ever since 2004, have slaughtered over 34,000 civilians, policemen and army personnel.” In the end -- the BBC’s Owen Bennett Jones concedes -- the world may never know what role -- if any -- the Pakistani government played. But he also notes -- it isn’t so black and white. “The establishment here is made up of army leadership, intelligence agency leadership and some senior civil servants … and those people do have connections with jihadis. The difficulty the West has is in appreciating there are more than 20 different types of jihadi organisations, and al-Qaeda is just one of them. ... [T]hat subtlety is often lost on Western policy-makers.” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
7 May 2011
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3 Jul 2011
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This is my own Cartier watch collection. For inquiries regarding quotation, additional pictures and further details, please see ABOUT ME, or visit freereplica**** or freereplica****. Or send us an email freereplicagmail****. Thank you!
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World news The generation of Al Qaeda and Tornados strike in the mid-south. All this coming up in World News. Hey Everyone I’m Amy Paffrath for Get the daily**** Your online video source for world news. The US military has identified a video showing masked boys holding guns as an Al Qaeda in Iraq training film. Some of the boys in the video are as young as 11 and are being trained as the next generation of Al Qaeda. The video shows the boys chanting while surrounded by weapons including grenades, AK 47s and pistols. Another shows a young boy strapped with a suicide vest. And yet Another video depicts armed boys in black hoods shouting as they force a man off his bicycle. All the while a male voice off screen instructs them. Military sources say they don’t know how many children al qaeda in iraq uses in its operations and believe the boys in the video are willing participants. The Us military says the video was obtained during a raid in December and indicates the increased al qadea targeting of children. A tornado that stretched through 4 states has left 54 dead. The Southern storms came with almost no warning and are the deadliest in nearly 20 years. Kentucky, Arkansas, Alabama and Tennessee were the four states hit. President Bush said Wednesday he had called the governors of the affected states to offer help and to tell them that "the American people hold those who suffered up in prayer." That’s your world news, I’m Amy Paffrath for getthedaily****
1 Mar 2010
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CBN news report on Al-Qaeda of Palestine.
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Jackie and Dunlap try their best to wrap their minds around satire. The Red State Update CD "How Freedom Sounds" drops July 22! Pre-Order at *******www.redstateupdate**** and get a free poster!
16 Jul 2008
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