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    Hafiz Gul Bahadur threatens Govt of Pakistan

    The most powerful militant leader in North Waziristan region threatened to tear up a peace accord and turn his fighters against the government.


    Hafiz Gul Bahadur threatens Pakistan govt

    MIRAMSHAH: The most powerful militant leader in Pakistan’s North Waziristan border region has threatened to tear up a peace accord and turn his fighters against the Islamabad government.


    Hafiz Gul Bahadur has an unofficial non-aggression pact with the military.

    Pakistan can’t afford new militant enemies. The army’s hands are full with the Tehrik-e-Taliban (TTP), or Taliban Movement of Pakistan, blamed for many of the suicide bombings across the South Asian country.

    Bahadur is known to have links with notorious militant groups in tribal North Waziristan, including the Haqqani network.

    Bahadur criticised Pakistani leaders for allowing the United States to conduct drone missile strikes in North Waziristan and said the council of militant groups he heads would no longer hold talks with the government.

    “We have been showing patience because of problems being faced by common people but now the government has also resorted to repression on our common people at the behest of foreigners,” Bahadur, who heads a Pakistani Taliban faction, said in a statement distributed in North Waziristan.

    He accused the government of firing mortar bombs and cannons on civilians and demolishing a hospital and other buildings in North Waziristan. Army officials were not immediately available for comment.

    Local military officials said “terrorists” had used public buildings to launch rocket attacks at military checkpoints.

    “We are disbanding the jirga (council) set up for talks with the government. If the government resorts to any repressive act in the future then it will also be very difficult for us to show patience,” said Bahadur.

    Bahadur, believed to have thousands of fighters, reached a peace agreement with the Pakistani government in 2007. But it has been strained lately.

    Two clerics who are leaders of the committee that overseas the pact, Maulana Gul Ramazan and Hafiz Noorullah Shah, suggested the army had violated the deal.
    “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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    ahaan, now more (drone) attacks on NW will take place

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      Imran has always been itching to get into negotiations with extremists. Government should use him now in this case. It will be a learning experience for him. Imran may end his passive support to extremists after this.
      kahoon kis se mein ye ja kar, meri qaum e bad-guloo ne
      mujhe qatl kar diya he, ba-gunah e khush nawaai
      - Josh

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        if i were america i'd launch a barrage of attacks on NWA now to ensure that the deal is dead once for all.
        “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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          “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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            Originally posted by khoji View Post
            Imran has always been itching to get into negotiations with extremists. Government should use him now in this case. It will be a learning experience for him. Imran may end his passive support to extremists after this.
            If govt is violating its own contract then what 'negotiations' can take place?

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              i was reading this article .. where this guy Human rights lawyer Mr. Stanfford said drones attacks must stop! I guess he is the first gora who is saying this!! ... he said, it creates more enemies of US and also more civilian deaths! its good to hear someone standing against this and trying to raise international awareness about the suffering caused by these drones!

              as for this threat! ... if the govt will play double games ofcourse this is bound to happen!

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                This guy is going to get raped if he decides to go to war with the Pak Army. The Army may be reluctant, but if push comes to shuv, he will eventually meet the same fate as Fazulullah hiding in Afghanistan.
                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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                  Originally posted by Captain1 View Post
                  If govt is violating its own contract then what 'negotiations' can take place?
                  firstly ensure you are on side of your country or siding with a traitor who is threatening army of your country ?

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                    Originally posted by rangoli View Post
                    i was reading this article .. where this guy Human rights lawyer Mr. Stanfford said drones attacks must stop! I guess he is the first gora who is saying this!! ... he said, it creates more enemies of US and also more civilian deaths! its good to hear someone standing against this and trying to raise international awareness about the suffering caused by these drones!

                    as for this threat! ... if the govt will play double games ofcourse this is bound to happen!
                    There was this American presidential candidate Ron Paul and he is against drone attacks too, there are people there against drone attacks but CIA and American president will do what they think is necessary to protect their people.

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                    Republican presidential candidate Congressman Ron Paul provided more color on his opposition to the U.S. military's drone strike on the American-born Yemeni cleric Anwar Al-Awlaki, saying the incident could make an impeachment of President Obama "possible," according to a Politico report on Monday.
                    Paul's criticism of the assassination of Al-Awlaki has been consistent from the moment the Libertarian-minded Texas congressman first reflected on the news of the attack.
                    "If the American people accept this blindly and casually that we now have an accepted practice of the president assassinating who he thinks are bad guys I think it's sad," Paul told NBC News. "What would the people have said about Timothy McVeigh? We didn't assassinate him. We were pretty certain that he had done it. And they put him through the courts and they executed him."



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                    Last edited by Ali_Syed; Nov 13, 2011, 02:56 AM.
                    “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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                      Security forces on Sunday clamped curfew in various parts of North Waziristan border region for an indefinite period, DawnNews reported.


                      Curfew clamped on North Waziristan

                      DAWN.COM | DawnNews (3 hours ago) Today



                      Security forces clamped curfew on various parts of North Waziristan agency on Sunday.—File Photo



                      MIRAMSHAH: Security forces on Sunday clamped curfew on various parts of North Waziristan border region for an indefinite period, DawnNews reported.

                      Acording to sources, the main road connecting Miramshah to Bannu district has been blocked for all kinds of traffic.

                      Meanwhile, militants bombed a convoy of security forces with a remote-controlled device, although no casualties were reported in the attack.

                      Earlier, top militant ‘commander’ in North Waziristan Hafiz Gul Bahadur had announced he was abandoning peace talks with the government in protest of a recent bombing in Miramshah.

                      Moreover, the militant leader had threatened to carry out retaliatory activities if security forces continued with their ‘punitive’ actions.
                      “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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                        Originally posted by indik View Post
                        firstly ensure you are on side of your country or siding with a traitor who is threatening army of your country ?
                        errr, who are you to ask? I only stated a fact, I didn't side with anyone.

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                          Another drone attack today in Nwa, I think they will carry a few more there to ensure the deal between bahadur and government of Pakistan is over. Let's see!
                          “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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                            ever since this Obama took the office! drone attacks are more frequent! more civilian deaths!

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                              try to get USA constitution and read it!! there is no big difference in changing the faces its all about their interests they have to protect by all meanings.
                              What's the difference between sky and skirt ?

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