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Caged rats. Working for Indians and Israelis, these traitors, agents and criminals have now been nailed, alhamdolillah .

Hell for them in dunya and what they will face in Akhira would be worse. Anyone waging a war against “Madina e Sani” will be crushed and decimated, INSHALLAH. Pakistan Zindabaad !!!

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PKKH

May 18, 2009

KAHUTA: Family members of martyred Captain Najam Riaz have made a shocking disclosure about the alleged involvement of an important administrative official of Malakand in the killing of four SSG commandos at the hands of Taliban last week.

The heroic tale of brave commandos reveals how the valiant soldiers had broken the necks of eight Taliban, once they realised that they were about to be beheaded. The mother of Shaheed Captain Najam told The News while sitting in her village house, amid tears in her eyes, that she would have even sacrificed ten sons for the sake of Pakistan and she was proud of her 24-year old son, who before going to Swat had told her not to weep over her body as he knew he was going on a journey of martyrdom.

“Our Shaheed captain told that the important official of Malakand had come to meet the Taliban when they were in their possession. The official considered to be darling of the Taliban had told his friends to keep the four SSG commandos with them but return their weapons”, one of the family members of the martyred Captain told The News.

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Monday, May 18, 2009
Ahmed Quraishi

Not a single official from the Pakistani political leadership visiting Washington last week dared say a word about it. But back home, these officials are now beginning to shyly speak up about the best kept secret of the criminal insurgency inside Pakistan: how it is staying alive through support from someone in the US-occupied Afghanistan.

Not a word in Washington despite the fact that Islamabad is currently at the receiving end of the worst kind of disinformation campaign against this country mounted solely by the American media, a campaign based on leaks by unnamed American officials feeding deliberate worldwide confusion about Pakistan. Recently there has been a concentration of advocates of separatism on the US think tank circuit, which is disturbing considering the quiet and direct contacts various US departments have established with Pakistani ethnic-based parties and the kind of access we have given to American spooks inside our most troubled areas: Balochistan and Pakhtunkhwa.

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Foreign-backed rebellion getting crushed.

By ZAID HAMID

Friday, 15 May 2009.

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—Pakistan Army Special Forces made a daring drop of hundreds of commandoes in the heart of terrorist infested forests of Peochar valley of Swat. Now the TTP stronghold is surrounded and ground forces are moving in to link up with the commandoes blocking escape of terrorists. For the last 4 days, the valley is seeing heaviest fighting and SSG is taking great personal risks to block the escape of terrorists and to crush the terrorist den. We are proud of our SSG units fighting on ground. MASHALLAH. May Allah be with them and bless them with a quick victory. Militants are desperate now and are trying to break the siege but are facing heavy casualties, alhamdolillah. This is going down in history as the single largest landing of Special Forces by the Pakistan Army to crush a foreign-backed rebellion. There are more stunning stories about the operation but we shall write about them later as now exposing them would compromise the security of our troops. Wait for more.

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Like any other young man of his age, Omar symbolizes hope and promise for the future. Under normal circumstances, he would have been spruce, clean shaven and nattily dressed in an army lieutenant’s uniform. Presently he wears a drab shalwar kameez and a scraggily beard, which gives his handsome pale face an unnatural air of gravitas. Four months ago Omar was hit by a rocket while battling terrorists in Bajaur. He was given up for dead but for a faithful soldier of his platoon, who carried him to safety through a hail of bullets and rockets. Omar owes his life to prompt heliborne evacuation, first to Peshawar and then to Rawalpindi. Presently he is under intense medical treatment. He requires a lengthy period of rehabilitation and post trauma care.

Omar is making slow but steady recovery. Presently he is confined to bed and requires constant attention. Even small movements leave him drained and listless. Omar’s devoted parents, retired Group Captain and Mrs Tirmizi spend most of their free time attending to their son. Tirmizi Sahib works for a government department and Mrs Tirmizi is a teacher. Both are justifiably proud of their son and are already looking beyond the ordeal. When I visited Omar in the officer’s ward of CMH Rawalpindi, the father was giving him a rub down to relieve him of bed sores, while the mother was fussing over him.

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