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    ANP targetted again...

    The party is facing the most terrorist attacks of any group in the country..while also facing intense problems in karachi.

    ANP leader among 15 killed

    From Fayyaz Zafar

    MINGORA: Violence continued in the restive valley as an ANP leader among five civilians were killed in different places here on Thursday while ISPR has claimed the killing of 10 militants.

    Shamin Khan, senior vice president of ANP Dir district, was killed by unknown assailants in an ambush at Shorab chowk.

    The ANP leader was returning after attending a hearing in a case in an anti-terrorism court, police said.

    Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Dir chapter claimed the responsibility for Shamin's killing.

    Hafeezullah, spokesman for TTP Dir chapter, while talking to media persons on phone from an undisclosed location, said the killing of ANP leader was a reaction to the killing of three Taliban militants by local lashkar in tehsil Warai.

    According to local source in Dir, Shamin Khan used to take active part in anti-Taliban activities in the area and was in the forefront during the establishment of a lashkar against militants.

    Reportedly following Shamin Khan's death, the militants issued pamphlets warning people not take part in the funeral prayers of the ANP leader.
    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds for the ashes of his fathers and the Temple of his Gods?

    #2
    Re: ANP targetted again...

    I quote from another member excited over this line "We will fight india side by side with ARMY: Taliban ".

    That member should go to the houses of the 5 victims and tell that to their families.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Waahid Doyum View Post
      I quote from another member excited over this line "We will fight india side by side with ARMY: Taliban ".

      That member should go to the houses of the 5 victims and tell that to their families.

      Right on!

      Taliban is a menace that should not be tolerated at any cost. With India we can negotiate, and Indians can be pressured by the world community. Talibans on the other hand are aiming for jannat + 72 hoors. So there is no way to move them from their position.


      Zakk! It is not ANP's fault. Certain areas of Pakistan are simply copying the "good" habits of Afghans. The same habits of uncouth tribalism that lead to the utter destruction of Afghanistan, are now destroying Pakistani areas brick by brick.

      ANP is trying to stop it, but it won't help. They talk about Pashtuns and project ethnicity based politics. That precisely is the source of tribalism in Afghanistan, and hence the same disease is killing Pakistanis in the Frontier and Karachi. MQM too is a tribal and ethnic party and no wonder they have turned Karachi into another Kabul.

      BTW the above analysis is not only applicable to Afghanistan but every other tribal society from Africa to the Middle East.

      Tribalism today has produced the same devastation not only in Afghanistan but other cesspools like Somalia, Liberia, Congo, Sudan, Lebanon, and Sierra Leon.

      It is time for the intellectuals in Pakistan to reject tribalism, ethnicity, or religious chauvinism. In today's world, the only way to survive as a country is to adopt pro-Pakistan nationalism that also makes us a good and tolerant global citizens.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Waahid Doyum View Post
        I quote from another member excited over this line "We will fight india side by side with ARMY: Taliban ".

        That member should go to the houses of the 5 victims and tell that to their families.
        Right on spot brother, these butchers & killers are burning on world and will continue to burn for eternity. InshALLAH we will win this war and kill every single of these brain-wash scum of the universe.
        I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

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          #5
          Re: ANP targetted again...

          They would keep on targeting ANP as they liked previous MMA government much better as that was pro taliban and ANP is totally against taliban and is known to be a "liberal" party (might be thats the reason they won in NWFP cuz ppl wanted to get rid of talibanisation)
          KON DETA HAI OMAR BHAR KA SAHARA FARAZ
          LOG TU JANAZAY MAIN BHI KAANDHAY BADAL'TE REHTE HAIN

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            #6
            Originally posted by EcoShan View Post
            They would keep on targeting ANP as they liked previous MMA government much better as that was pro taliban and ANP is totally against taliban and is known to be a "liberal" party (might be thats the reason they won in NWFP cuz ppl wanted to get rid of talibanisation)
            Brother, no human can support talibanisation but the problem in Pakistan is our two generations are brought up using the same Jihadi, religions extermisim materials. Everyone knows what we were doing in last 20 years, now this is the payback time..
            I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

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              #7
              Re: ANP targetted again...

              ANP is targetted again..


              MNA’s house, girls school blown up in Swat
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              Militants release 70 out of 100 local elders

              Agencies

              SWAT: Militants blew up the residence of a local MNA and a girls school in Swat district.

              Militants detonated the house and 'hujra' (guest room) of local MNA Muzaffar-ul-Mulk, belonging to Awami National Party (ANP) in Garhi Kalay town, while a girls school was torched in Kambar.

              Meanwhile, the militants on Friday released 70 out of 100 local elders abducted on Thursday. According to media reports, some people having affiliations with local leader Pir Samiullah attacked the house of an extremist in Barthana, Tehsil Mata. In retaliation, extremists abducted over 100 people. Later, 70 people were released, According to sources, over 300 people were in the custody of extremists.
              How can a man die better than facing fearful odds for the ashes of his fathers and the Temple of his Gods?

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                #8
                Originally posted by burqaposhx View Post
                Right on!

                Taliban is a menace that should not be tolerated at any cost. With India we can negotiate, and Indians can be pressured by the world community. Talibans on the other hand are aiming for jannat + 72 hoors. So there is no way to move them from their position.


                Zakk! It is not ANP's fault. Certain areas of Pakistan are simply copying the "good" habits of Afghans. The same habits of uncouth tribalism that lead to the utter destruction of Afghanistan, are now destroying Pakistani areas brick by brick.

                ANP is trying to stop it, but it won't help. They talk about Pashtuns and project ethnicity based politics. That precisely is the source of tribalism in Afghanistan, and hence the same disease is killing Pakistanis in the Frontier and Karachi. MQM too is a tribal and ethnic party and no wonder they have turned Karachi into another Kabul.

                BTW the above analysis is not only applicable to Afghanistan but every other tribal society from Africa to the Middle East.

                Tribalism today has produced the same devastation not only in Afghanistan but other cesspools like Somalia, Liberia, Congo, Sudan, Lebanon, and Sierra Leon.

                It is time for the intellectuals in Pakistan to reject tribalism, ethnicity, or religious chauvinism. In today's world, the only way to survive as a country is to adopt pro-Pakistan nationalism that also makes us a good and tolerant global citizens.
                Tribalism is not a problem man, which had existed since millinia without any contradiction with religion or any connection with Pan-Islam or Islamic terrorism.

                All the terrorist/extremist tendencies you see have emerged during the last 60 years.

                The seed was sown when Iqbal raised the slogan "aik hoon Muslim haram kai pasbani kai liyai ...neel kai sahil sai lai kar tha ba khakai kashaghar" or "dashth to dashth darya bhi na chorai ham nain--Bahr-ai-Zulamath main dawra diya gorai ham nain" and Choudri Ramat Ali stepped forward and coined the term "Pakistan" which literally means "land of the faithful".

                Association with religious chauvinism is sort of natural and firmly engrassed in the ideological foundations and institutional foundations of Pakistan.

                When General Mahmoud Ahamd, a Pakistani nationalist, allegedly wires 200000 dollars to 9/11 terrorists or Air Chief Marshal Mashaf Ali Mir works as a point man between Al-Qaueda and Pakistan Amy or General Hamid Gul working as a Godfather to Al-Qaueda and Taleban or Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, Mualana Masood Azhar, Lakhvi, etc. promote subversion, that is not out of tribalism.

                The fact is, to most Pakistanis, Pakistan with its strong army, nuclear weapons, and Islamic identity, symbolizes the power of Islam... that is where the problem lies.

                It is unfortunate that more and more of internaional opinion holders are getting convinced that Pakistan cannot be transformed.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by LastOfTheDinosaurs View Post
                  Tribalism is not a problem man, which had existed since millinia without any contradiction with religion or any connection with Pan-Islam or Islamic terrorism.

                  All the terrorist/extremist tendencies you see have emerged during the last 60 years.

                  The seed was sown when Iqbal raised the slogan "aik hoon Muslim haram kai pasbani kai liyai ...neel kai sahil sai lai kar tha ba khakai kashaghar" or "dashth to dashth darya bhi na chorai ham nain--Bahr-ai-Zulamath main dawra diya gorai ham nain" and Choudri Ramat Ali stepped forward and coined the term "Pakistan" which literally means "land of the faithful".

                  Association with religious chauvinism is sort of natural and firmly engrassed in the ideological foundations and institutional foundations of Pakistan.

                  When General Mahmoud Ahamd, a Pakistani nationalist, allegedly wires 200000 dollars to 9/11 terrorists or Air Chief Marshal Mashaf Ali Mir works as a point man between Al-Qaueda and Pakistan Amy or General Hamid Gul working as a Godfather to Al-Qaueda and Taleban or Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, Mualana Masood Azhar, Lakhvi, etc. promote subversion, that is not out of tribalism.

                  The fact is, to most Pakistanis, Pakistan with its strong army, nuclear weapons, and Islamic identity, symbolizes the power of Islam... that is where the problem lies.

                  It is unfortunate that more and more of internaional opinion holders are getting convinced that Pakistan cannot be transformed.
                  How is tribalism not against Islam? Islam was founded on the belief that the tribes of Arabia would forego their tribal mentality for a Pan Islamic idealogy.

                  Islam spread because the various tribes of Arabia came under one banner..
                  You know, My friends, with what a brave carouse I made a second Marriage in my house;
                  Favored old barren Reason from my bed, and took the daughter of the vine to spouse.
                  Omar Khayyam

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