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    Friday, January 18, 2008

    Intel and Ops update

    Syrian Mufti: May Allah Curse Anyone Who Kills An Israeli Child

    In a speech to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, Syrian Mufti Sheikh Ahmad Badr Al-Din Hassoun came out with a surprising call: "May Allah curse anyone who kills a Palestinian, Israeli, or Iraqi child or man, because he is killing a person whom Allah honored without connection to his religious belief."

    The mufti added that if the Ka'ba, the Church of the Nativity, or the Al-Aqsa Mosque were to be destroyed, someone would rise up to rebuild them, but when a person was killed no one could bring them back to life.

    Source:, January 16, 2008


    Arab Human Rights Convention Now In Force

    The director of the human rights department in the Arab league, Muhammad Rashed, has announced that the Arab Human Rights Convention is now in force.

    The convention is the first of its kind in the Arab world.

    He said that Egypt and Yemen will join the convention, which has already been ratified by seven Arab countries - the UAE, Jordan, Algeria, Bahrain, Libya, Syria, and the Palestinian Authority.

    Source: Al-Ahram, Egypt, January 15, 2008

    Human Rights Activists Arrested In Syria

    The Committees for the Defense of Democracy Freedoms and Human Rights in Syria reported that two major Syrian human rights activists were arrested on January 12.

    The two are Mazen Darwish, head of the Center for Freedom of the Media and Expression and member of the Committees secretariat, and Hassan Kamal, administrative director of the Center.

    Source:, January 15, 2008


    Senior Saudi Cleric: Suicide Bombers Doomed To Eternal Torment In Hell

    Sheikh Dr. Salah bin Fawzan Al-Fawzan, member of the Senior Ulamaa Council and of the Saudi Fatwa Committee, said that anyone who carries out a suicide attack and calls it jihad in the path of Allah while hoping to die as a martyr is judged as someone who kills himself, and his punishment is eternal torment in hell, because jihad is innocent of such operations.

    Source: Al-Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, January 12, 2008


    Paki Convenience clicks Currency Converter : Drivinig Directions : Money Gram : Paskistan International Airlines : Pakistani Missions Abroad : Western Union : World Clock : World Map


    New Trojan can drain your bank accounts, on the banks web site.


    UN slaps sanctions on 3 Qaeda-linked Kuwaitis
    any connection to the Kuwaiti Death threat against Bush?


    Al-Qaida has little future in the USA franchise


    Most terrorist trails lead back to Pakistan, Britain's MI5 (internal intelligence service) concluded a year ago. An average of some 400,000 Pakistani Brits a year fly back to the old country for vacation or to visit their relatives. From the airports in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, where they land, side trips to the madrasas -- Koranic schools -- where they were originally radicalized, or to a terrorist training camp in the tribal areas that straddle the Pakistani-Afghan border, go undetected. There is no way to keep track of thousands of passengers arriving from the United Kingdom every day. Nor can MI5 cope with up to 1,000 a day returning to their U.K. homes from trips to Pakistan. Germans having same problem with Turkey.


    Extremists led by Baitullah Mehsud in South Waziristan captured hundreds of Pakistani soldiers and demanded the release from custody of their colleagues in exchange for the soldiers. Governor Aurakzai initiated negotiations with Mehsud and a deal was struck, under which thirty-two 'terrorists' would be released and the Pakistani soldiers would be set free.

    However, when six of the negotiated thirty-two were not released, and one of the released was re-captured from DI Khan, Mehsud accused the government of going back on its word and broke contact. Two senior tribal area advisors to General Aurakzai protested when the deal was violated; both were replaced.

    But one thing should be kept in mind that the United States cannot achieve success without involvement of tribesmen in the operaation. Now the question arises as to who will represent the tribesmen in making a deal? The US should select a leader from the tribal areas for making the war on terror successful. The government officials governing the tribal areas at the moment have failed in achieving the results.


    ( We have an email into author abput the first sentenance? No reply as of yet. )



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