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    Peres against attacking Pak terror camps

    NEW DELHI, Jan 09, 2002 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- Israeli
    Foreign Minister Shimon Peres urged India to show restraint and not attack
    suspected terrorist camps located in Pakistan.

    "I would not dare to advise the Indian government to do it", Peres said, when
    asked if he would recommend a military strike against Pakistan-based terrorist
    groups if diplomatic efforts failed.

    Speaking to reporters at business summit t in Bangalore, Peres said: "I don't
    think it is needed. Nor is it wise," the Press Trust of India reported.

    Peres, who is in India to strengthen bilateral ties between Tel Aviv and New
    Delhi, offered Israel's full support to India in its fight against terrorism and
    lauded India's efforts to avoid a war.

    "I notice India too is making a supreme effort to solve the problem without a
    war," he said.

    On Tuesday, he had asked India to continue with the peace dialogue while
    fighting against terrorism.


    Peres' visit comes at a time when both India and Pakistan are engaged in amassing thousands of soldiers and weapons along their shared border.

    Troops from both sides have been exchanging mortar fire almost daily and any
    skirmish can flare up into a full-fledged war.

    India blames Pakistan-based Islamic rebels groups for carrying out an attack on
    Indian parliament on Dec. 13 that left 14 people dead, including five attackers.

    Although Pakistan has curtailed the actions of two suspected terrorist
    organizations named by India, New Delhi says Islamabad needs to do more to contain anti-India terrorists.

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    Even the Israelis realise the futility of attacking Pakistan, or has he been sent by US to stop India behaving like a spoilt child desperate for attention.


    [This message has been edited by chosen1 (edited January 09, 2002).]

    #2
    everything depend on what happens on the
    ground . if there is a dramatic high profile
    attack by militants things will go out of control. even pakistan and indian leaders
    dont want war these groups will force
    a confrontation between these countries.

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      #3
      Or if India stages another fake hijacking or an attack on their own parliament by their own agents, in order to facilitate their dirty aim of attacking Pakistan.

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        #4
        Peres can sod off.
        He ain't in the region.
        He ain't an important leader.
        He is a nice guy.
        He is one who wants peace.
        But he can stick his nose in someone else's business.
        The news is not really that important.
        But it does show that India is pushing its luck if they want to attack us.

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        Ours is not to reason why;
        Ours is but to do and die


        [This message has been edited by CM (edited January 09, 2002).]
        You can't fix stupid. So might as well troll them!

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          #5
          i dont know india is itching for war unless
          they dont want to wait until pakistan makes
          more nukes

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            #6
            rvikz is not india that moved its troops first to the border?

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            Ours is not to reason why;
            Ours is but to do and die
            You can't fix stupid. So might as well troll them!

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              #7
              Originally posted by CM:
              rvikz is not india that moved its troops first to the border?

              that only happened after parliment attack.
              what would have happened if entire leadership is wiped out?

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                #8
                Originally posted by rvikz:
                that only happened after parliment attack.
                what would have happened if entire leadership is wiped out?

                Entire leaderships are not wiped out in staged attacks. The entire leadership escapes in such instances and that is exactly what happened. It was an attack faked by the Indians themselves.

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                  #9
                  Peres visit to India angers Iran

                  http://www.jpost.com/Editions/2002/0...ews.41356.html

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by chosen1:
                    Entire leaderships are not wiped out in staged attacks. The entire leadership escapes in such instances and that is exactly what happened. It was an attack faked by the Indians themselves.
                    The minutia of events of December 13 leads to the ardent speculation that it was an audacious coup d'etat staged by a lunatic fringe of Islamic extremism with possible help from former or serving elements in the ISI. Its aim might have been to reverse the U-turn of Pakistan's current pro-US policy and remove President Musharraf by providing causus belli for an Indo-Pak war with perhaps a nuclear dimension. They may yet succeed.
                    http://www.dawn.com/2002/01/09/op.htm#2

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