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Post time 2-11-2009 11:49 AM | Show all posts
Pakistan terlalu mengikut rentak barat yang menginginkan Taliban yang berselindung di  pakistan dimusnahkan atas dasar memerangi keganasan.... masalah nya pakistan memperjudikan nyawa dan keamanan negaranya sendiri... yang untung dalam konflik ini sudah tentulah kuasa barat yang membekalkan senjata dan india mampu meningkatkan sistem pertahanannya tanpa ada sebarang persaingan drpd musuh tradisinya... Sepatutnya pakistan memerangi hati taliban dengan memberi bantuan bukan bersifat ketenteraan dan pada masa sama menjamin keselamatan kedua buah pihak...taliban terpaksa berjuang sebab tersepit...islam berganduh sesama islam...yang untung kuasa hitam kat belakang yg sentiasa memerhati agar umat islam sentiasa bergaduh... apapun kita semua berdoa agar semua ini berhenti secepat mungkin...
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Post time 2-11-2009 05:18 PM | Show all posts
Bomber Outside Pakistan Bank Kills at Least 30
Nov. 2: Pakistani policemen secure the site after a homicide bomb blast in Rawalpindi.

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan   A homicide bomber killed 30 people outside a bank near Pakistan's capital Monday, while the U.N. said spreading violence in the country had forced it to suspend long-term development work in the northwest regions along the Afghan border.

Islamist insurgents have carried out numerous attacks in Pakistan in recent weeks, killing some 250 people in retaliation for an army offensive in the Pakistan Taliban stronghold of South Waziristan. The bloodshed, some of which has targeted aid workers, has imperiled Western goals of reducing extremism's allure by improving Pakistan's economy.

Monday's explosion in Rawalpindi, a garrison city just a few miles (kilometers) from Islamabad, left bodies on the ground outside the bank and in a nearby hotel parking lot, witness Zahid Dara said. The stricken area also lies close to the army's main headquarters.

"I was nearby and rushed toward the parking area," Dara told Dunya television. "There were many people lying on the ground with bleeding wounds, and a motorcycle was on fire with one man under it."

The attacker rode a motorbike to the scene, and the 30 people dead included military personnel, Rawalpindi police chief Rao Iqbal said. Some 45 others were wounded.

"The bodies were lying all over," said Ali Babar, a rescue official who was doing a refresher course at a nearby college and rushed to the scene to help. "This is a terrible thing. It is happening again and again."

Pakistan's president, prime minister and other top officials condemned the blast but vowed to continue the offensive in South Waziristan, an impoverished and underdeveloped tribal region next to Afghanistan where Al Qaeda is believed to have hideouts.

The U.S. supports the operation because it believes South Waziristan is a safe haven for Islamist extremists involved in attacks on Western troops in Afghanistan.

Washington has also stepped up its efforts to use development aid in a broader battle against spreading militancy. The U.S. government recently approved $7.5 billion in aid over five years to improve Pakistan's economy, education and other nonmilitary sectors.

The U.N. decision to suspend long-term development work in Pakistan's tribal areas and its North West Frontier Province could complicate Washington's goal.

The U.N. made its decision after losing 11 of its personnel in attacks in Pakistan this year, including last month's bombing of the World Food Program's office in Islamabad that killed five people.

U.N. workers were also among the 11 killed in a June suicide bombing of the Pearl Continental Hotel in the main northwest city of Peshawar, and a veteran U.N. official was shot dead while resisting kidnappers at a northwest Pakistan refugee camp in July.

The world body will reduce the level of international staff in the country and confine its work to emergency, humanitarian relief, and security operations, and also "any other essential operations as advised by the secretary-general," the organization said in a statement.

The U.N. has been deeply involved in helping Pakistan deal with refugee crises that have popped up due to army offensives against militants in the northwest.

U.N. spokeswoman Amena Kamaal told The Associated Press that the organization is still determining which programs will be suspended and how many staffers will be withdrawn from the country. She said "long-term development" applied to programs with a five-plus year time frame.

The staff that remains in the country will be assigned additional security, she said.

"We have had 11 of our colleagues killed because of the security situation," Kamaal said. "All of the decisions are being made in light of that."

Foreign Ministry spokesman Abdul Basit said Pakistan understood the U.N.'s reasoning, but that he hoped the organization would resume its development work after the military completed its operation in South Waziristan.

"We hope that our operation will come to an end soon and they will resume their normal operations," he said.
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Post time 3-11-2009 12:18 PM | Show all posts
The Taliban was a creation of Pakistan, not USA. Taliban came on the scene only after the liberation of Afghanistan. That is why Taliban can survive in Pakistan for so long.
The people support ...
Debmey Post at 1-11-2009 23:19


r u sure????? check back ok
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Post time 3-11-2009 10:54 PM | Show all posts
Yes sir, I am very clear about that. Taliban came from Pakistan and entered Afghanistan only after the liberation from the Soviets. They were formed from Afghan refugees who were trained and backed by ISI of pakis. Thats why they are able to survive so well in paksitan after being kicked out of afhganistan by NATO.  
The pakis are now fighting the monster of their own creation.

The moral of the story? Don't ever back extremists thinking yu can control them for your own agenda. The pakis are now learning it the very hard way.
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Post time 4-11-2009 10:25 AM | Show all posts
Operation Rah-e-Nijat: 21 more terrorists killed in SWA
Pakistan Times Federal Bureau

ISLAMABAD: 21 more terrorists were killed while 2 suspects were apprehended during the on going operation Rah-e-Nijat in South Waziristan Agency (SWA).

According to ISPR here on Tuesday, security forces suffered loss of one soldier Shaheed and two others injured.

On Jandola-Sararogha Axis, security forces have commenced sanitization of Sararogha besides nuterilizing a number of IEDs.

During engagements with terrorists 16 terrorists were killed while one soldier embraced shahadat and another got injured due to mine blast. Two suspects were apprehended.

On Shakai-Kaniguram Axis, security forces after completely securing Kaniguram have started search and clearance operations. Arms and ammunition is being recovered from different compounds.

Forces are also extending on the adjoining ridges to increase their area of influence. Terrorists fired 6 rockets at Kaniguram. However no loss was reported. Sanitization of Ghani Khel and surrounding area has commenced.
During engagements 5 terrorists have been killed.

On Razmak-Makeen Axis, village China has been completely secured and area upto Mian Nur Khel has also been secured. Consolidation is in progress.
Security forces secured area up to south of Manza Sar Top and consolidation of positions is under process.

Terrorists fired with small arms and 2 rockets from northern direction near Razmak out check posts. No loss has been reported. One soldier was injured near Chashmai Bridge while neutralizing an IED.

Operation Rah-e-Rast

In Operation Rah-e-Rast, 21 suspects were apprehended from different areas of Swat and 10 terrorists have voluntarily surrendered.

During search operation at Cham, 2 SMGs with 2 magazines and 1 pistol,5 grenades have been recovered.

During search operation at Piochar and surrounding area following arms and ammunition was recovered, one Small Machine Gun with 7 magazines and 600 rounds, one Rifle 303 with 5 magazines and 210 rounds, one Grenade, 3 Grenade (Russian), one Light Machine Gun, one I Communication Set, 4 Bandolier, 3 Camouflage Jackets, two Rifle 8 mm, one Rifle 12 bore, 2 SSG uniforms, and one Russian ATM/IED.

Around 679 displaced families of Waziristan have moved to District Zhob, Balochistan while 7,326 cash cards have been distributed amongst the displaced families of Waziristan.
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Post time 5-11-2009 08:15 AM | Show all posts
24# Debmey


r u sure my friend???? ok....
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Post time 5-11-2009 11:28 AM | Show all posts
yep, very sure of that.
the Taliban is dominated by pashtuns. They make up about 15% of the population but threatens the nation and wants to eventually control the whole country with their extremist ideology. Thats why the Pakis have no choice but to eventually eliminate them.  Its a baby that grew up and took an agenda of its own and turned rebellious.
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Post time 5-11-2009 01:29 PM | Show all posts
if the taliban are pashtuns (majority tribes of Afghanistan), what is the purpose of pakistan "creating" them????
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Post time 5-11-2009 06:53 PM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by Debmey at 5-11-2009 18:55

the pakis created them thinking they can use taliban to control afghanistan for themselves.
It made perfect sense at that time. The pakis also wanted to use the taliban as proxy warriors for them in india.
But the Taliban grew in ambition and have plans to swallow up Pakistan itself. Thats why Benazir Bhutto was assasinated. They knew she would become the next PM had she run for elections and they hated the idea of a woman for PM.
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Post Last Edit by HangPC2 at 6-11-2009 12:46

POF PK Rifle






# POF PK-7 - 7.6239 mm calibre assault rifle, short barrelled version of the HK G3
# POF PK-8 - 5.56 mm calibre assault rifle based on HK G3
# POF PK-9 - 9 mm calibre pistol
# POF PKL-30 - 7.6225 mm calibre pistol
# POF PK-10
# PSR-90 - 7.62 mm calibre sniper rifle, a variant of the HK MSG-90, produced under license
# Rheinmetall MG 3 - 7.62 mm calibre general purpose machine gun, produced under license
# Type 54 - 12.7 mm machine gun










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Post time 9-11-2009 12:10 AM | Show all posts
Homicide Bomb Kills Anti-Taliban Mayor, 11 Others in Pakistan

PESHAWAR, Pakistan   A homicide bomber blew himself up Sunday in a crowded market in northwestern Pakistan, killing an anti-Taliban mayor who had formed a militia to fight the militants and 11 other people, officials said.

A purported Taliban commander claimed responsibility for the bombing.

The Taliban have carried out a series of attacks in recent weeks aimed at pressuring the government to abandon an offensive launched in mid-October in South Waziristan, the main Taliban and Al Qaeda sanctuary in the country.

The bombing, in the town of Adazai, about 10 miles south of the main northwestern city of Peshawar, killed the town's mayor, Abdul Malik, and 11 other people, including a young girl, said Sahibzada Anis, the top official in Peshawar.

The homicide bomber hit as shoppers thronged a market where goats were being sold to celebrate the upcoming Muslim festival of Eid.

Twenty-five wounded people several in critical condition were rushed to a hospital, police officer Abdul Sattar Khan said.

Malik, who had once been a Taliban supporter, later switched sides and formed a local militia to help fight the militants.

"Malik had survived several attacks on his life in the recent past, since he turned against the militants," Anis said. "But today the militants have finally killed him."

"Our local fighters carried out this attack," the purported Taliban commander, who gave only one name, Omar, said by telephone from an undisclosed location. "He had set up a militia. He was supporting killings of our men. He was interfering in our matters." Omar, whose identity could not be confirmed, threatened to kill anyone who tried to create an anti-Taliban militia.

Khan Zamir was buying goats when the explosion ripped through the street.

"That place turned into hell where the dead and injured were lying everywhere, and blood and flesh were spread around," he said, adding that two of his relatives were badly wounded.

"Now we have our blood in this war," he said, vowing revenge against the attackers.

Militants have struck repeatedly in Pakistan in recent weeks, killing more than 300 civilians and soldiers in attacks aimed at weakening the government's resolve to continue the South Waziristan operation.

Pakistani troops have fought gunbattles in and around key Taliban towns in the region for several days. The latest fighting Sunday in the Taliban heartland killed 20 militants and wounded eight soldiers, an army statement said.

The military says hundreds of militants have been killed in the fighting a claim the Taliban dismisses. The area is sealed, and the figures are impossible to verify.

About 350,000 people have fled the fighting.
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Heavy Industries Taxila (HIT)






The Heavy Industries Taxila was envisaged in the seventies and its first production unit i.e. Heavy Rebuild Factory (T-Series) went into production in 1980. This was followed in the early nineties by a number of other factories and today HIT has grown into a military industrial complex which consists of six major production units, support facilities and administrative establishments.


Products and Services : -

# AL-ZARRAR
# TANK T-59MII
# ARV W-563
# SP GUN M109A2/M110A2
# AL-KHALID
# APC M113 A1 / A2
# 125 mm Tank Gun Barrel
# APC M113 A2 MK - 1
# TANK T - 69IIMP
# TANK T - 85IIAP
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 Author| Post time 9-11-2009 03:47 PM | Show all posts
HIT Al-Khalid Tank


The Al-Khalid is a modern main battle tank developed and manufactured by Pakistan for the Pakistan Army. Operated by a crew of three and armed with a 125 mm smooth-bore tank gun that is reloaded automatically, Al-Khalid uses a modern fire-control system integrated with night-fighting equipment to accurately fire many types of anti-tank rounds as well as guided anti-tank missiles. Al-Khalid is named after the legendary Muslim general Khalid bin al-Walid.

An evolution of Chinese and Soviet tanks, the Al-Khalid is considerably smaller and lighter than most Western main battle tanks. The design is based on the Chinese Type 90-II, which combined technologies from several Soviet/western tanks and is ultimately a descendant of the widely-produced Soviet T-54. The Al-Khalid is unusual in that it is was designed to be adaptable for manufacture, so that it can be easily integrated with a variety of foreign engines and transmissions. The current production variant of Al-Khalid utilises a diesel engine supplied by the KMDB design bureau of Ukraine.

The first production models entered service with the Pakistan Army in 2001 and there are plans to induct approximately 600 in total.






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Post time 9-11-2009 03:59 PM | Show all posts
31# HangPC2

Uk aloh, HK G3 dgn MP5 warmed over.....jadi la. Ni kalau Indon buat ni bangga giler
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 Author| Post time 9-11-2009 04:05 PM | Show all posts
INDON mengaku katanya buatan anak bangsa..... bukan under lesen....
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 Author| Post time 9-11-2009 04:19 PM | Show all posts
Kahuta Research Laboratories (KRL)



http://www.krl.com.pk/


Kahuta Research Laboratories (KRL) is a semi-civilian controlled weapon development and nuclear science research laboratoy. KRL is located at Kahuta, Punjab, Pakistan. Kahuta is the site of Pakistan's main nuclear weapons laboratory as well as an emerging centre for long-range missile development. The primary Pakistani fissile-material production facility is located at Kahuta, employing gas centrifuge enrichment technology to produce Highly Enriched Uranium [HEU].


Kahuta was initiated by then-Prime Minister of Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto under the stewardship of Lt. Gen. Zahid Ali Akbar. Chinese assistance in the development of gas centrifuges at Kahuta was indicated by the presence of Chinese technicians at the facility in the early 1980s but it is not confirmed. The uranium enrichment facility began operating in 1984, but suffered serious start up problems. Kahuta began producing HEU in 1986, and Pakistan's fabrication of weapons may have begun soon thereafter, with the HEU hexafluoride being made into uranium metal which was machined into weapon pits. By the late 1980s Pakistan began advertising its nuclear potential by publishing technical articles on centrifuge design, including a 1987 article co-authored by A. Q. Khan on balancing sophisticated ultracentrifuge rotors.


Product & Services

* Surface-to-Air-Anti-Aircraft Guided Missiles - Anza Mk 1, and Anza Mk-II.
* 'Baktar-Shikan' Anti-Tank Guided Missile Weapon System.
* Anti-personnel Mine Sweeping Line Charges.
* Anti-Tank Mine Clearing Line Charge-Plofadder-195 AT.
* Laser Range Finder.
* Laser Threat Sensor
* Laser Actuated Target
* Laser Aiming Device
* Add-On Reactive Armour Kit
* Anti-Tank Ammunition-Armour Piercing Fin-Stabilized Discordin Sabot (APFSDS)
* Remote Control Mine Exploder (RCME)
* Digital Goniometer
* Power Conditioners for Weapon Systems for TOW ATGM Weapon System, "Baktar Shikan" Weapon System, "ANZA" Training Missile System
* Switched Mode Power Supplies for LAADS Radar, Skyguard Radar, Air Defense Automation *System.
* Tow Missile Modules


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Post time 9-11-2009 04:20 PM | Show all posts
JF-17 Thunder, atau nama PRC FC-1 Xiaolong (Fierce Dragon).

Pengguna adalah Pakistani Air Force & PLAAF.

Azerbaijan dah order 26 JF-17, Sudan dalam 12 JF-17, Zimbabwe tgh nego utk 12 JF-17.

Bangladesh, Mesir, Iran & Nigeria berminat membeli pesawat. Perasan tak semua negara yg berminat ngan JF-17 mmg pengguna peralatan pertahanan drp China PRC?





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KRL Baktar Shikan ATGM



Baktar-Shikan is a variant of HJ-8 that has been manufactured under license by Pakistan since the late 1990s and had a successful first test in July 1997.The missile and launch system can be quickly disassembled into four sub-units, each weighing less than 25 kg, making the system man-portable. Baktar-Shikan is also mounted on Pakistani armoured personnel carriers (APCs) and a modified air-launched variant is used to arm the AH-1 Cobra helicopter gunships and other helicopters of the Pakistan Army Aviation wing. According to Pakistani sources, the Baktar-Shikan ATGM can destroy all currently known tank targets with a 90% hit and penetration probability at a distance of 3 km.An optional laser aiming device is being developed/produced to increase accuracy at longer ranges.Baktar-Shikan is operated by Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.








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Post time 9-11-2009 05:07 PM | Show all posts
K-8 Karakorum, atau nama PRC Hongdu JL-8, adalah pesawat latihan / tempur ringan yang dihasilkan utk PAF & PLAAF.

Pengguna K-8 adalah Mesir (90), Bolivia (6), Ghana (4), Myanmar (12), Namibia (12), Sri Lanka (6), Sudan (12), Tanzania (6), Venezuela (18), Zambia (8), Zimbabwe (12).



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