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Monday, 20 October 2008

Profile of a terrorist of Taliban cum Sipah-e-Sahabh cum Kashmiri jihadi...



PPP, PPP Sherpao, ANP Armed Forces, Police, (previously Musharraf, Shaukat Aziz, Benazir), Mosques, Imambargahs, Miladun Nabi, Muharram, Eid Namaz, Hotels, Hujrahs....

who is next? what is next?

Nisar main teri galiyon kay ay watan kay jahan....(Faiz)

Who is doing this? Sometimes we pretend as if we don't know? Or perhaps we love to make it too complex to be resolved?

Here is a must read from BBC Urdu dot com for those who find foreign conspiracy in every act:

http://www.bbc. co.uk/urdu/ pakistan/ story/2008/ 02/080206_ pakistan_ militants_ np.shtml

By the way, I am a keen reader of such profiles of terrorists/ suicide bombers. And guess what? All of them have striking resemblance in their beliefs, motivations, and operationalizations .

Indeed, foreign forces are also active against Pakistan (as we are acting in 'certain countries'), however, with internal friends like 'these', do we
need any foreign enemies.

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