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Author: HangPC2       Show all posts   Read mode

Post time 17-11-2009 08:06 AM | Show all posts
me not muslim and I am not trying to provoke muslims.
I am only being logical. Why would taliban bomb women and children in a market? The only people to gain from this is the Pakistan govt who are fighting the taliban and blaming them for it. Its the govt who controls the media.
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Post time 18-11-2009 02:01 PM | Show all posts
PM Gilani Says:
Miscreants to be gripped with Iron Hand
Pakistan Times NWFP Bureau

D. I. Khan: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani Tuesday said a handful of foreign elements were trying to disrupt peace in the country and the government would control them with an iron hand.

Addressing a tribal jirga of the Mehsud tribes from Waziristan at the Ratta Kalachi camp set up by the government, Gilani said foreign militants of Arabs, Uzbek, Afghan and Chechyn origin were operating in the country and involved in terrorist activities.

He said the operation Rah-e-Nijat was launched by the Pakistan Army against the anti-state elements who were involved in terrorist activities, killing of the innocent and destruction of private and public property.

Gilani categorically stated that the Mahsud tribes were patriotic Pakistanis and had nothing to do with the handful of terrorists who had taken refuge in their area. He lauded the role of the tribal people in the creation of Pakistan and said the nation can never forget it.

Accompanied by Governor NWFP Owais Ghani, Minister for Information Qamar Zaman Kaira, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan, Minister of State for Finance Ms Hina Rabbani Khar and Ms Farzana Raja, Gilani was on a day-long visit to personally see the facilities being provided to the people.

Prime Minister said Rs 24 billion has been earmarked for reconstruction and rehabilitation work as part of the exit strategy and first installment of Rs six billion has already been paid to the provincial government.

He said Rs 5000 were being paid to each displaced family while the displaced of Waziristan agency will also be provided Rs 25,000 to each family during the rehabilitation phase like Malakand and Swat affectees.

He said it was vital that development work is undertaken in the tribal areas and promised to build dams, educational institutions so that they do not feel any sort of deprivation.

Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani said a military operation was no solution and the government under the exit strategy will take measures to fill the administrative, economic, social political and cultural vacuum.

He said students belonging to the Mahsud tribe will be given admission in all schools on priority, so that they can be play an important role in the progress and development of the country.

Prime Minister Gilani earlier visited various sections of the society. He was briefed about the arrangements made for provision of health care, food and warm bedding, besides imparting them technical skills.

Call for IDPs Support

Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani Tuesday asked the philanthropists and PPP workers to extend their all out support to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of South Waiziristan.

He was addressing the PPP workers after visiting the relief center established for the IDPs of South Waziristan here.The Prime Minister said the development of backward areas was on the top agenda of the government and it would take every step to resolve the issues which people of D I Khan were confronting.

He asked the party workers to play their role and support the law enforcement agencies for restoration of peace in the area.

Workers of PPP on this occasion also apprised the Prime Minister of their problems. The Prime Minister assured them to take up and resolve their problems on priority basis.

The Prime Minister also directed the Minister of State for Finance and Economic Affairs for consideration of the Chashma Right Bank Canal project. Federal Ministers,MNAs and Governor NWFP were also present on the occasion.
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Post time 8-12-2009 11:26 AM | Show all posts
At least 46 dead in Pakistan bomb attacks
Posted: 08 December 2009 0042 hrs
         
         
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Firefighters work to put out a fire, after two explosions ripped through a crowded market in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore.
           
         

LAHORE, Pakistan: Bomb blasts tore through two of Pakistan's main cities on Monday killing at least 46 people and wounding more than 100 as the nation struggles to quell a worsening Taliban insurgency.

Two blasts devastated a busy market and engulfed it in flames killing at least 36 people in Lahore, the capital of Punjab province, while in the northwest provincial capital of Peshawar a suicide bomber killed 10 people.

Attacks blamed on Islamist militants have surged this year as Pakistan presses military offensives against the Taliban across the northwest, under fierce US pressure to do more to destroy the extremists' strongholds.

The popular Moon Market in the centre of eastern Lahore city was transformed into a scene of flames and rubble as night fell on Monday, when two bombs exploded 30 seconds apart outside a police station and a bank, officials said.

"There were two blasts, at least 36 people were killed," doctor Rizwan Naseer, the head of Lahore's rescue service, told reporters. He put the number of wounded at 95.

Lahore police chief Muhammad Pervez Rathore put the death toll slightly lower, while bodies were still being pulled from the rubble.

"Twenty-seven people are confirmed dead but the death toll may rise. A total of 137 people were injured," he said. "The blasts knocked out the electricity. Fire engulfed the whole of the market.

"We fear there are still dead bodies inside."

Cultural hub Lahore is a city of nearly eight million people, and is increasingly in the Taliban's cross-hairs with five previous militant strikes this year killing more than 70 people.

The city of Peshawar in the northwest has borne the brunt of Taliban attacks avenging the operations against them, and was struck again around midday Monday when a suicide bomber in a rickshaw approached a district courthouse.

"He got down and tried to enter the building but could not do so because of our security arrangements," said Bashir Bilor, a senior provincial minister.

The bomber then detonated about six kilogrammes of explosives, killing 10 people including a policeman and wounding 44 others, said Zafar Iqbal, a senior doctor at Peshawar's main Lady Reading hospital.

Local television showed images of blackened sandals lying in pools of water on a charred road, as smoke and flames filled the streets.

"I was sitting outside the court when I heard a deafening blast," lawyer Rashid Hussain told AFP.

"I rushed to the spot and saw dead and injured laying on the ground. It was really horrible, there were body parts and the injured were crying for help."

Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani swiftly condemned both bombings, deploring "the loss of innocent lives", a statement from his office said.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for either attack, but a fierce Islamist insurgency has killed more than 2,600 people in attacks mostly blamed on the Taliban in the last two-and-a-half years.

October and early November saw a fierce surge in attacks, including a huge suicide car bombing on October 28 that ripped through a Peshawar market killing 125 people in the worst attack in Pakistan in two years.

There had been a lull in attacks in recent weeks, then on Friday four suicide bombers stormed a mosque in Islamabad's twin city Rawalpindi, killing 36 people in an onslaught of gunfire, grenades and explosions.

Pakistan's military is engaged in offensives against Islamist fighters across much of the northwest including the tribal areas bordering Afghanistan, a region branded by Washington as the most dangerous place on Earth.

The tribal belt has been plagued by instability for years, exacerbated in 2001 when a US-led invasion ousted the Taliban regime from Afghanistan, sending hundreds of Taliban and Al-Qaeda-linked militants into the lawless region.

Officials said Pakistani troops killed 10 suspected insurgents in operations in northwest Swat valley and the tribal district of Bajaur on Monday, as the military pressed on with its attempts to dismantle Taliban strongholds.

Washington and London are however pressuring Pakistan to do more to capture Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and prevent militants crossing the border and targeting foreign troops stationed in Afghanistan. - AFP/de
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Brazil to Sell SEAD Missiles to Pakistan



03-Dec-2008 15:00 EST

(Anti-radiation missiles) are designed to find, home in on, and destroy enemy air defense radars; they are often carried by specialist aircraft that accompany air strikes to perform the SEAD (Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses) mission. In December 2008, Brazils government approved a $108 million April 2008 contract with Pakistan for 100 of Mectrons MAR-1 anti-radiation missiles. DID sources add that the deal needed the Brazilian governments loan guarantee to become effective.

In contrast with other Mectron Engenharia missiles, such as the MAA-1 SRAAM or the forthcoming A-Darter partnership, Mectron appears to be working hard to avoid publicity for the MAR-1. The firm would not even acknowledge the missiles existence for many years, and details remain sketchy. Pictures like this one show a MAR-1 that appears to be similar in size to counterparts like Raytheons AGM-88 HARM, and has a reported range of 25 km when launched from an altitude of about 33,000 feet/ 10 km. Testing appears to have ended, and it will equip Brazils upgraded AMX and F-5BR aircraft once it is accepted into service.

The recent massacre perpetrated in Mumbai, India has complicated Brazils approval announcement. As attention is drawn to the role Pakistans intelligence agency has played in this and other attacks, Brazils Defense Minister Nelson Jobim has been forced to respond: Brazil negotiates with Pakistan, not with Pakistani terrorists To cancel this deal would be to attribute terrorist activities to the Pakistani government.

Brazils friends in India are already doing that, of course. On the other hand, Brazil needs export customers in order to achieve its national goal of re-building its defense industries. Jobim has been quoted as saying that the deal will allow Mectron to increase its production from 1 missile per month to 5 missiles. A sale to Pakistan, followed by integration into a platform like the Pakistani-Chinese JF-17 lightweight fighter, could also open up a number of new markets for Mectron.


Defesa Brazil [Portuguese] | AFP via The Straits Times | Defense News re: PAF confirms sale | Janes re: MAR-1 | Seguranca & Defesa article, incl. details re: MAR-1 [English].



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Post time 22-12-2009 12:18 PM | Show all posts
hu3, SEAD - Suppression Enemy Air Defence.. modern warfare mmg kena byk pakai stategik nih...
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Post time 25-12-2009 09:09 PM | Show all posts
72# Debmey  

r u moslem????
lkick2113 Post at 16-11-2009 12:20


he was 100% unbelievers or kafir
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Post time 25-12-2009 09:12 PM | Show all posts
INDON mengaku katanya buatan anak bangsa..... bukan under lesen....
HangPC2 Post at 9-11-2009 16:05


yg under license tu SS1, SS2 dah bukan lagi, basic design dia SS1, M16, AK 47 !
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Post time 25-12-2009 09:15 PM | Show all posts

pakistan missiles tests

Post Last Edit by jantera at 25-12-2009 21:16

Islamabad (ANTARA News) - Pakistan melakukan uji-coba penembakan rudal jarak menengah, demikian laporan kantor berita resmi negeri itu Associated Press of Pakistan (APP).

Grup Rudal Strategis (SMG) di Komando Pasukan Strategis Angkatan Darat Pakistan (ASFC) berhasil melakukan peluncuran pelatihan Rudal Balitik Jarak Dekat (IRBM) Ghuari (Hatf V), kata APP.

Ghauri IRBM memiliki jangkauan 1.300 kilometer. Itu adalah peluncuran rudal kedua dalam satu pekan di Pakistan, yang berhasil melakukan uji-coba penembakan rudal Shaheen-1 SMG akhir pekan sebelumnya.

Ketika berpidato di hadapan tentara di daerah pelatihan, Presiden Pervez Musharraf mengatakan negara tersebut telah mengembangkan kemampuan penangkal rudal yang canggih dan berharap perwira dan personil yang dipercayakan mengemban tugas penangkap agresi akan terus berlatih dan mempertahankan kemampuan progesionalisme mereka.

Musharraf mengatakan ia sangat senang menyaksikan ASFC muncul sebagai kekuatan yang bersatu dan terlatih dalam waktu sangat singkat. Semua keperluan bagi kemampuan strategis sebagai ketentuan penangkal minimum di Pakistan akan dipenuhi oleh negara.

"Kami telah memperhatikan bermacam skenario imaginer yang diajukan oleh mereka yang tak mengingini kesejahteraan Pakistan. Anasir semacam itu tak pernah berdamai dengan Pakistan, yang memiliki nuklir," kata Musharraf.

Ia menyatakan bahwa Pakistan mampu menangkis semua ancaman terhadap kedaulatannya dan kemampuan nuklirnya.

Peluncuran tersebut dilakukan pada akhir pelatihan lapangan tahunan Grup Rudal Ghauri. ASFC saat ini terlibat dalam pelatihan gabungan musim dingin. Dalam kegiatan tiu, setiap SMG yang dioperasikan dilaksanakan dalam pelatihan taktis dan penembakan dengan menggunakan amunisi aktif.

Lahan peluncuran pelatihan ASFC disaksikan oleh Musharraf, Kepala Staf Angkatan Darat Jenderal Ashfaq Pervez Kayani, ilmuwan dan perwira senior militer.(*)
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Post time 25-12-2009 09:20 PM | Show all posts


pakistan nuclear weapon
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pakistan nuclear father

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 Author| Post time 31-12-2009 11:03 AM | Show all posts
Chengdu FC-20 MRCA (Pakistan Air Force)












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Post time 31-12-2009 11:54 AM | Show all posts
76# Debmey

Why would IRA christian terrorists bomb women and children in marketplace? Christian bible advocate bombing innocent civilians like the IRA did??
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Post time 31-12-2009 11:59 AM | Show all posts
88# HangPC2

J-10 ni hampir sekelas dgn F16 block 50 ke..
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Post time 2-1-2010 03:23 AM | Show all posts
Bomber Kills at Least 75 at Volleyball Game in Pakistan


ISLAMABAD   Police say the death toll has hit 75 in a car bombing at a volleyball tournament in northwest Pakistan.

Local police chief Ayub Khan said Friday's blast in Lakki Marwat was retaliation for locals' attempts to expel militants by setting up their own militia. He says 75 people are confirmed dead.

He says more than 60 people are being treated at local hospitals.

The vehicle exploded on a playing field in the northwest of the country that has been rattled by bloodshed since the army launched a military offensive against Taliban fighters in the South Waziristan tribal region. The operation has scattered insurgents but provoked apparent reprisal attacks that have killed more than 500 people since October.

"The locality has been a hub of militants. Locals set up a militia and expelled the militants from this area. This attack seems to be reaction to their expulsion," Khan told reporters.

He said the bomber drove onto the field, which lies in a congested neighborhood, during the volleyball contest. Some nearby houses collapsed, and "we fear that some 10 or so people might have been trapped in the rubble," Khan said.

SLIDESHOW: Bomber Strikes Volleyball Game.

Another police official, Habib Khan, said some 300 people were on the field when the blast went off.

Also Friday, a suspected U.S. missile struck a car carrying alleged militants in North Waziristan tribal region, killing three men, two intelligence officials said. It was the second such strike in less than a day.

The strikes are part of the U.S. campaign to eliminate high-value militant targets that use Pakistan as a safe haven to plan attacks in neighboring Afghanistan and on the West.

Friday's strike happened near Mir Ali, a major town in the region, two intelligence officials said on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak on the record. Shortly afterward, Taliban fighters arrived at the scene of the attack in the village of Ghundi and moved the bodies to an undisclosed location, the officials said.

Thursday's missile strike was also near Mir Ali, hitting a house and killing three people.

U.S. officials rarely discuss the strikes, and Pakistan publicly condemns them, though it is widely believed to aid them secretly.

Karachi, the country's largest city, came to a virtual standstill Friday after religious and political leaders called for a general strike to protest a bombing that killed 44 people and subsequent riots.

The city's major markets, stores and business centers were closed, along with financial institutions that had already planned to shut because of New Year's Day. Public transportation was halted and gas stations were shut down.

Monday's bombing occurred in the midst of a procession of minority Shiite Muslims during the Islamic holy month of Muharram. Afterward, angry protesters went on a rampage, setting fires to about 2,000 stores that took three days to completely put out.

Interior Minister Rehman Malik, on a visit to Karachi, said investigators were still determining if the attack was a suicide bombing.

He also questioned the claim of a purported Taliban spokesman, Asmatullah Shaheen, that the militant group was behind the attack. Local news reports on Friday quoted a more prominent Taliban spokesman, Azam Tariq, as denying that the Pakistani Taliban's central leadership had approved the attack, though he did not rule out the possibility that Shaheen's group had carried it out without approval.

Elsewhere in the northwest, a roadside bomb exploded near a car in the Bajur tribal region, killing an anti-Taliban tribal elder and five of his family members, said Nasib Shah, a local government official.

Bajur was the focus of a 2008-09 army offensive but still suffers some militant violence. Tribal leaders who support the government against the Taliban are frequent targets of attacks.
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Post time 2-1-2010 12:37 PM | Show all posts
76# Debmey

Why would IRA christian terrorists bomb women and children in marketplace? Christian bible advocate bombing innocent civilians like the IRA did??
areguard Post at 31-12-2009 11:54


he was stuck and not be able to answer this kind of question...
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Post time 2-1-2010 03:53 PM | Show all posts
First of all, IRA is not a Christian organisation.
Secondly, no Christian organisation endorse them.
Thirdly, IRA is not in business anymore, unlike muslim terrorists all over the world.

peace
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Post time 4-1-2010 03:54 PM | Show all posts
its kinda funny when people shows hatred to one but at the same time promote peace...

i just dont get it...retard perhaps?
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Post time 5-1-2010 09:34 AM | Show all posts
me no hatred towards anyone except for terrorists.
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Post time 5-1-2010 12:50 PM | Show all posts
but sometimes terrorists been levitated to freedom fighters...remember Irgun & Haganah?or some scholars said, terrorist of democracy; the single party states?


**sorry mod, out of context**nak potong kedit potong la...redha je**
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Post time 5-1-2010 10:06 PM | Show all posts
Irgun and Haganah never once targeted innocent civilians.
Unlike the Taliban who insist on bombing innocent civilians.
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Post time 6-1-2010 10:50 AM | Show all posts
omg Deb, now u really makes me laugh!

ok i will stop here...further discussion with u insult my intelligent...

btw, asked PAP whether they can give u scholarship to further study at Hebrew University of Jerusalem...
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Post time 6-1-2010 11:24 AM | Show all posts
Yu do make me laugh exo. I hope UMNO sponsor you for any history class.
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Post Last Edit by HangPC2 at 22-2-2010 15:13

Integrated Dynamics Pakistan UAV



http://www.idaerospace.com/


Integrated Dynamics (abbreviated ID) is a private company in Pakistan  that designs, manufactures and exports various types of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). ID also provides consultancy and turn-key project commissioning for UAV systems.

Integrated Dynamics supplies UAV platforms, flight control systems, C4I  systems, data-links, payloads, ground support equipment and other accessories such as auxiliary power units, starters, battery management systems and launch/recovery systems. The company develop UAV models for both civilian and military uses on a 90,000 m2 site, claiming to be " one of the largest UAV-dedicated R&D and manufacturing enterprises. " ID has exported products to the USA, Australia, Spain, South Korea and Libya.



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