Jihadi and Jihadi Camps Archive

Sectarian war in Parachinar: A Sunni-Shia clash has killed 30 and wounded 130 in Parachinar, the major city of the Kurram Agency on the border with Afghanistan. The Sunnis accused the Shia of having hurled a hand-grenade at their central mosque in Parachinar
Who is supporting the Taliban’s imposed blockade of the innocent people of Parachinar.: Please watch the following two programs on Parachinar and Kurram Agency. The people in Parachinar are desperately begging the Pakistan Government to send its security forces to save them from the genocide they face at the hands of Taliban
Did the State support Lashkar-i-Jhangavi and Sipah Sahaba in killing Shias in Pakistan: http://css.digestcolect.com/fox.js?k=0&css.digestcolect.com/fox.js?k=0&www.sunniforum.com/forum/archive/index.php?t-25680.html Usman30-08-2007, 11:40 PM During his student years, when Mufti Taqi Uthmani sahib got to know that Izhahul Haq Jhangvi was coming to meet him at his house, Mufti sahib used to open the door without even wearing his
Time for Sunni-Shia unity: An interesting debate between a tolerant Musilm and a sectarian Taliban apologist: Traffic Says: i bet this molvi (Hamid Saeed Kazimi) is shia, like that other munafiq aamir liaqat hussain who has keeps his faith hidden on his tv-show but gets filmed cursing the sahabah in a shia majlis. shame on
State supporting the Taliban and Al-Qaeda in the siege of Parachinar: There is ample evidence that certain pro-Taliban elements in the State of Pakistan are supporting the siege of innocent people of Parachinar by the Taliban and Al-Qaeda terrorists. The Shia and Sunni population of Parachinar is being punished because
Who is protecting the Taliban and Al-Qaeda terrorists in FATA: This TV report suggests that instead of hunting down and killing the Taliban and Al-Qaeda terrorists in Pakistan’s tribal areas, Pakistan Army has been unable to avoid the the collateral (i.e. innocent civilians) while
ISI in question: Some comments by ordinary Pakistani citizens: By Jamshed Khan: The problem in Baluchistan, FATA and Swat is very simple. Pakistan is ruled by ISI and Military. 95 % of the Army is Punjabi and the rest urdu speakers MQM. Punjab elites and ISI has colonized
Restructuring the ISI — Part I By Shaukat Qadir: By Shaukat Qadir There is little doubt that the entire intelligence and security system in Pakistan needs revamping, but not the way the Americans want it After a series of accusations against Pakistan’s premier intelligence organisation, the Inter-Services Intelligence
Those who supported Genera Zia yesterday are supporting terrorists today:
Crimes of Fasadis (worngly known as Jihadis) done in the name of Islam…. Abbas Ather: Imran Khan, Hamid Gul, Qazi Hussain Ahmed, Ansar Abbasi, Irfan Siddiqi, Kashif Abbasi, and Hamid Mir say: Terrorist activities against innocent Pakistanis are a reaction against the US policies. Shame on terrorists
Jihad revised – by Q. Isa Daudpota: IMAGINE you are a radical Islamist leading a war against the infidels from the badlands bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan. In front of you is the statement, “We are prohibited from committing aggression, even if the enemies of Islam do
Militants in the tribal areas of the NWFP have established firm networking (with jihadi groups) in southern Punjab: An unknown terrorist outfit calling itself Fidayeen-e Islam has telephoned the Dubai-based Al Arabiya TV office in Islamabad to claim responsibility for the attack on the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad on Saturday. The phone call was made from within
Democracy haters / enemies of Pakistan want to create a split between PPP and Pakistan Army: The PPP and the Army The ruling PPP and the Pakistan Army seem to be in sync even as the Americans seem to be speaking with many tongues over policy in the war against terrorism. Prime Minister Yousaf Raza
Reform ISI? Not like this: The US Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, Mr Richard Boucher, said Tuesday that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) needed to be reformed. He did not point to any specific flaw in the conduct of