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( BORDER OF VILLAGE ) | kankar

terrorist bhindrevale - Newest pictures
07.11.2011 01:58 EST
ISI-backed gunmen revive a dead dream
[Pakistan's Plan For Khalistan]

ISI-backed gunmen revive a dead dream

(above pics is indian most wanted terrorist jarnail singh bhindrevale).

¤ India's most wanted Khalistan terrorist lives in plush militarystyle quarters, adjoining Lahore's Allama Iqbal International Airport. Wadhawa Singh Babbar remains busy plotting carnage against his home country with his Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) hosts. The 65-year-old grey-bearded head of perhaps the deadliest Khalistani terror group, Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), along with his ISI minders, remains engaged in trying to revive the long-defeated Khalistan movement in Punjab. On the walls surrounding his operations centre are detailed section maps not only of Punjab but also of adjoining north Indian states that are the BKI's extended battlefield. Like chess pawns,multi-coloured pins are moved around on these maps, marking potential targets.
With ISI-sponsored militant groups in comparative disarray in Kashmir, Pakistan's long-stated ambition of "inflicting death by a thousand cuts" on its larger neighbour is being pursued through well-fundedand equipped Khalistani groups. Their deadly intent was evident in the seizure on October 12 of an RDX cargo in Ambala, Haryana. Recent events in Punjab have rejuvenated militant Sikh groups. In 2007, there were sectarian clashes between Sikhs and followers of the breakaway Sacha Sauda sect. More recently, there was widespread public indignation over the rejectionof the mercy petititon of Devinderpal Singh Bhullar. Bhullar faces a death sentence for killing nine persons in an attempt on former Youth Congress chief Maninderjeet Singh Bitta in 1993.
The radical fringe is seeking three things. It wants retribution for Operation Bluestar-the Indian Army's attack on Amritsar's Golden Temple in June 1984 to flush out terrorists hiding inside the holy shrine. It wants to avenge the mass killing of over 3,000 Sikhs following Indira Gandhi's assassinationfour months later. It believes that the only definition of"justice" is secession from India. "Sikhs cannot be compelled to live under alien rule," says a former militant, who is confident of "dying in Khalistan."

visit terrorist sporter boy's pep id.
(im write to pep modration team about this but yet not remove terrorist sportr page)
Pakistan: A Superpower by 2050.... In a recent article, “Turning Challenges into Opportunities” we argued that Pakistanis are a brave, resilient, and highly intelligent people who, under a strong, determined, and patriotic leadership, can surmount any crisis. Furthermore, there are many reasons that Pakistan could become a global superpower within few decades. Of course, in the sublime sense, the only superpower is the Almighty Allah. However, in more mundane terms, a superpower can be defined as having the ability to influence events and project power on a worldwide scale. Unfortunately, the...
08.11.2011 10:11 EST, waqas khan
Ya terorist is bad,I heat violence
07.11.2011 03:24 EST, ❇ charmx

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