Pride of Pakistan

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  1. Blackwater

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    Man gets life in NYC subway plot


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    New York (CNN) -- A Bosnian immigrant who authorities said came within days of carrying out a plot to bomb New York City's subway system was sentenced to life in prison on Friday.
    Adis Medunjanin, 34, had been charged with conspiring to use weapons of mass destruction and conspiring to provide material support to al Qaeda. After authorities foiled the plot, he then attempted to crash his car and kill himself and others.
    Medunjanin chanted versus in Arabic from the Quran in front of Judge John Gleeson as a part of his statement to the court. He went on in English also criticized the U.S. for wars, hunger and torture.
    Medunjanin's immediate family and extended wept as he spoke to the court.
    Medunjanin maintained his innocence and denied being involved in the any subway bombing plot.
    "Adis Medunjanin was today held accountable for his role in one of the most serious terrorist plots against the homeland since 9/11," said Assistant Attorney General Lisa Monaco.
    Inside the plot to devastate New York


    During the trial, prosecutors said Medunjanin traveled to Pakistan's tribal region with two high school friends, :taunt::taunt::taunt::taunt:


    Pakistani-born Najibullah Zazi and Zarein Ahmedzay, an immigrant from Afghanistan.
    His friends pleaded guilty to planning the attack with Medunjanin and testified against him.
    Robert Gottleib, Medunjanin's attorney, told reporters after the trial that they plan on appealing the verdict.
    Prosecutors said Medunjanin sought to join the Taliban, but ended up being recruited by al Qaeda to perform a suicide mission back in the United States.
    Upon their return, the three men hatched a plan to rig backpacks with explosives and blow them up.

    Man gets life in NYC subway plot - CNN.com
     
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    Feds: Florida man wanted to attack NYC landmark but lacked funds, bombs

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    CNN) -- A Florida man arrested on terror charges allegedly wanted to attack a landmark in New York City but didn't have the money or bomb-making components to carry out his plot, according to arguments made by federal prosecutors during a detention hearing Tuesday.


    According to a federal law enforcement official familiar with the case, the government alleges Raees Alam Qazi, 20, wanted to avenge deaths in Afghanistan and those killed by U.S. drone attacks.


    Prosecutors said Qazi, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in Pakistan, considered such potential targets as Wall Street, Times Square and theaters.:lol::lol::taunt::taunt::taunt::taunt:



    After the man's arrest in late November, investigators searched his home in Oakland Park, Florida, and found Christmas tree lights, wires, batteries, hydrogen peroxide, a disassembled remote-control car and other materials, according to the law enforcement official.
    At a detention hearing Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, prosecutors said that after Qazi was arrested he told law enforcement officers he had tried to contact al Qaeda. The prosecutors said he was motivated by the lectures of the late radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, who was killed by a drone strike in Yemen, and by Inspire magazine. The online magazine is produced by the terror group al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and it has carried articles on how to make bombs.
    The federal law enforcement source said there is no evidence Qazi ever actually contacted members of al Qaeda or related terror groups.
    Prosecutors said Qazi traveled to New York on November 24 and spent nights sleeping at a mosque, a restaurant and on public transportation -- apparently reflecting his financial situation -- while he allegedly considered what site to attack.
    On November 29, Qazi returned to Florida, where he and his brother and accused co-conspirator Sheheryar Alam Qazi, 30, were arrested. Qazi allegedly said he returned to Florida to continue to prepare and gather resources for an attack, according to prosecutors.
    The two brothers were indicted on charges of plotting to use an explosive device and conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists.
    Both have pleaded not guilty but face a maximum of life in prison if convicted.
    According to the law enforcement official, Raees Qazi was the more active of the two in the plot and of greatest concern to investigators. At the detention hearing, prosecutors revealed that in their search of Raees Qazi's home they discovered an apparent goodbye letter to his brother.
    "May God bless you or thank you for everything," prosecutors quoted the letter as saying. "I cannot pay you back for the help you have given me, but Allah can, God willing. (Don't panic, just keep it cool especially when someone asks)."
    A federal judge ordered Raees Qazi detained pending trial. His brother remains in jail as well. No trial date has been set.
    Raees Qazi's attorney declined comment.
    Read more: Terror charges for two conspiring bomb plot

    Feds: Florida man wanted to attack NYC landmark but lacked funds, bombs - CNN.com
     
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    Why america gives citizenship to people of pakistani origin???:shocked::shocked:


    Can Pakistani members explains:p:p

    Why 99% terrorist around the world Either,

    Found in pakistan
    Born in pakistan
    Travel to pakistan
    Trained in pakistan


    ????

    :sad::sad:
     
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    Polio fact file: Still endemic in three countries

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    PARIS: One of the curses of the 20th century, polio has declined by 99 per cent in less than a quarter of a century, but still has a bolt-hole in three countries, including Pakistan.


    Thanks to one of the world’s most ambitious vaccination campaigns, poliomyelitis infections dropped from 350,000 in 1988 to 650 last year, according to the WHO.
    In 1988, the tragic disease was endemic in more than 125 countries.


    Today, it is found only in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria, :rofl::rofl::rofl:where conflict, poverty or resistance by extremists hamper efforts to make polio the second human disease after smallpox to be eradicated.

    These havens mean polio remains a global threat, experts say. The virus can use even one person as a springboard for reconquest among an unvaccinated population.


    “Failure to eradicate polio from these last remaining strongholds could result in as many as 200,000 new cases every year, within 10 years, all over the world,” a WHO factsheet said.


    Poliomyelitis is transmitted by a virus that enters the body through the mouth, usually in faecally-contaminated water or food.
    Last year, Pakistan reported the highest number of polio cases in a decade, with 198 in total, compared to 144 in 2010, The Lancet reported in February



    Polio fact file: Still endemic in three countries – The Express Tribune

    i have full faith that Afghanistan and Nigeria will come out before pakistan:lol::lol:
     
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    Flood victims still waiting for help

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    AUNSA SHARIF: It is difficult to walk around the small piece of land that used to be Laal Khan’s home.

    Most of his belongings are still buried under piles of mud and earth. The outer rim of a handi sticks out on the right. And a wooden leg piece of a charpai on the left. Khan’s family still lives in a tent that Al Khidmat Foundation — Jamaat-i-Islami’s charity wing — handed out in Basti Guhman in district Dera Ghazi Khan.

    “They weren’t even going to drop by. But we got a personal contact to put in a special request,” says Khan. “No government official came, other than the ones who jotted down our names.”

    “The ones” that Khan is referring to is National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK), the institution entrusted with surveying the flooded areas and recording the numbers of people who have a right to compensation for homes and crops they lost when flash floods hit Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan this summer.

    The provincial governments plan to hand out compensation once the final list arrives. In the meantime, many hit by the floods have yet to receive basic relief goods — in the form of food packs, tents, blankets and so on.

    “We still need an additional 50,000-70,000 tents before I can safely say that the needs of those affected has been met. Around 150,000-170,000 families needed shelter,” says Mir Changez Khan Jamali, Member of the National Assembly (MNA), on behalf of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) for NA-266, Nasirabad, Balochistan.

    “We are hoping to hand out Watan Cards by January. That should give the victims Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000,” says Jamali.

    The numbers from Sindh paint a similar picture – 420,000 houses were damaged while NDMA has no numbers available for how many people were displaced from these houses.

    All that is known is that 141,843 families are living in relief camps while for the rest, the government has provided only 14,000 tents. Many more may have gotten tents from the NGOs but few numbers are available. This provides a partial but tragic picture of the compensation provided.In other words, either the government has relied on NGOs to provide 75 per cent of the shelter needed for the homes that were partially or fully damaged, or there are still a significant number of Sindh’s displaced flood victims who did not receive assistance to provide a shelter to their families.

    Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has promised Rs. 4 billion for Sindh and Balochistan’s Provincial Disaster Management Authorities (PDMA), but the PDMA complains that the funds are insufficient. Over 141,000 people are still living in relief camps in Sindh.

    Personal visits to two other bastis in districts Rajanpur and Dera Ghazi Khan — Miranpur and Burghri — revealed that people in both claimed that no government officer had visited them.

    One (district Miranpur) has received medicines and nothing more. According to the District Coordination Officer (DCO) in Dera Ghazi Khan, Iftikhar Ali Sahoo, they will be provided Rs. 40,000 as compensation in the future.

    According to Sahoo, the compensation delay is “not unusual”. When asked what those affected are doing in the meantime, Sahoo argued that they manage to take care of themselves. “They live in kaccha homes. They just need to collect the mud from here and there, and rebuild. For doors and the windows, they just use the leftovers from their old house,” says Sahoo.


    Flood victims still waiting for help | Newspaper | DAWN.COM



    where are million of $$$ send from around the world???? spend on Gazi army???:p:p


    in UK pak NGO still asking for money in the name of flood,palestine and poor kids in pakistan. :wave::wave::tsk
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    you should open one such about your country as well
     
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    can u answer my post #3


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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Prove this 99% statement.

    i will answer than
     
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    prove????, bhai internet khol, khud par le.

    2 article above

    Taharul rana,

    osama,

    headly,

    bali bomber,

    uzbekis,chechniyan,dagistanis

    7/7/UK bombers

    all found or trained or born in pakistan

    list is long

    come out of denial world answer me,asi kya baat ha pakistan me ki sare terrorist come to pakistan
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    Achaa yaar.

    enjoy your ignorance in this thread
     
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    its you who is ignoring the facts, anyhow yeah to bata de asa kya ha pakistan me sare terrorist kheche chale ate ha???:lol::lol:

    and u were right pakistan has seen rapid tourist inflow, may be these jihadi travel lot to pakistan:wave::wave:
     
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    farhan_9909 Tihar Jail Banned

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    your younger than my youngest son

    too small to understand the world politics

    chupp bettt
     
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    @farhan_9909, @Blackwater
    Both of you avoid quoting / replying each other in this thread.
    Everytime it becomes a recipe for disaster.
     
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    Answer the Q ,dont behave like kid. be a man:lol::lol:

    other members are mature enough to understand your answer.pls tel
     
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    treeeaker


    lack

    banet

    :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Toxic cough syrup kills 16 in Pakistan: officials



    At least 16 people have died after drinking a toxic cough syrup in the Pakistani city of Lahore, forcing authorities to close three pharmacies and a medicine factory, officials said on Monday.

    The deaths occurred in the low-income Shahdra Town neighbourhood between Friday and
    Sunday with the victims mostly drug addicts who took the syrup to get high, said local police station chief Atif Zulfiqar.
    The scandal comes after around 100 heart patients died in January in Lahore, Pakistan's second largest city, after taking faulty medicine made locally.

    "At least 16 people, mostly drug addicts, have died after taking the toxic syrup," Zulfiqar said, updating an earlier death toll of 13.

    "Some of the victims were found dead in a graveyard where addicts used to take different kinds of drugs," he said. Seven others died in hospital.

    Three pharmacies have been shut down and their owners arrested, he added.

    The health adviser for Punjab province, Khawaja Salman Rafiq, said the syrup would be confiscated from all pharmacies.

    He said inspectors had shut down a drugs factory and sent samples to a laboratory for detailed analysis.

    "Punjab chief minister Shahbaz Sharif has ordered an inquiry and a report will be submitted to him within 72 hours," Rafiq said.

    Doctor Tahir Khalil at Lahore's Mayo Hospital said 20 victims aged 15 to 45 had been admitted after drinking the syrup and most had a history of addiction.




    Toxic cough syrup kills 16 in Pakistan: officials - Hindustan Times
     

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