Suicide car bomb terrorist kills 15 rival terrorists in Pakistan.

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  1. sayareakd

    sayareakd Moderator Moderator

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    I wont mind such kind of things from Pakistani terrorists.
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    Suicide car bombing kills 15 people in Pakistan
    AP | Oct 3, 2013, 10.33 AM IST

    PARACHINAR: A suicide bomber rammed a car packed with explosives into the compound of a rival militant commander in northwest Pakistan on Thursday, killing 15 people, a government official said.

    The commander, Nabi Hanfi, was not present at the time of the attack, said Wajid Khan, a local government administrator. Hanfi has been battling the Pakistani Taliban in the Orakzai tribal area where the bombing occurred.

    Gunmen first fired shots at Hanfi's compound in Balandkhel village, and then the suicide bomber detonated his vehicle, said Khan. The blast killed 15 people and wounded six others, he said.

    No one has claimed responsibility, but suspicion will likely fall on the Pakistani Taliban.

    A local tribal leader, Malik Nek Marjaan, said the Pakistani government has been supporting Hanfi's group in its battle against the Pakistani Taliban.

    On Wednesday, suspected separatists killed two Pakistani soldiers, in a wave of attacks targeting troops doing relief work in a remote region of the country's southwest where a major earthquake killed at least 376 people last week, military officials said.

    Also in southwestern Balochistan province on Wednesday but far from the earthquake zone, a bomb went off at the Pakistan-Afghan border, killing six people and wounding 11 others, said Pakistani security officials.

    The attacks on soldiers providing earthquake assistance highlight the difficulty and danger involved in doing such work in an area where separatists have been battling the army for years.

    In the first attack, a bomb blast hit a military vehicle, killing the two soldiers, the officials said. The explosion near Mashkay, a village in the province's southwest, also wounded three soldiers. Their unit had been dispatched to the disaster zone after the magnitude 7.7 earthquake rocked the province on September 24.

    Later in the day, gunmen carried out four separate attacks against troops delivering relief supplies in the same area and a checkpoint established as part of the effort, said Pakistani military officials. No one was hurt in those attacks, they said, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.

    There was no claim of responsibility for the attacks but suspicion fell on Baloch separatists who have been battling the Pakistani military for years and have claimed responsibility for similar attacks in recent days.

    The military has been ferrying aid into the region by helicopter and evacuating the injured, but their increased presence in a particularly contested area at the earthquake's epicentre has led to renewed clashes.

    Awaran district where the quake was centred has been a stronghold of the separatists. Even among Balochistan residents who aren't part of the armed conflict, there is strong resentment against the central government, which many residents contend exploits the southwestern province's oil, natural gas and mineral deposits.

    On Saturday, gunmen killed four Pakistani troops carrying rations for earthquake victims.

    Last week, militants fired on two helicopters, including one carrying top government officials surveying the damage. No one was wounded in the incidents.

    Wednesday's bombing at the Pakistan-Afghan border took place at a land crossing located in the Pakistani town of Chaman, some 480 kilometres (300 miles) south of the earthquake zone, security officials said.

    The six people who were killed were civilians. The wounded included six Pakistani border guards and five civilians, said the officials, also speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media.

    No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. In addition to separatists, Balochistan is also home to Islamic militants who periodically carry out attacks against both civilians and Pakistani security forces.

    Suicide car bombing kills 15 people in Pakistan - The Times of India
     
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  3. Ash

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    No need for U.S intervention on the war of terror, leave these idiots to their own devises and they will eliminate themselves
     
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    Tshering22 Sikkimese Saber Senior Member

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    All you got to do is tell them to be more Islamic.

    Their religion itself is filled with so much violence and anger (I have come across some really shocking verses that shocked me) that they will be a doom for themselves.

    Let's hope though that the non-Muslims whatever remaining there, just get out either to here or to Europe or somewhere where they are safe.
     
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    its like .... they digging their own graveyard ... haha .... good work Pak terrorists .....
     
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    terrorists attack pak govt........terrorists attack pak army.............terrorists attack pak civilians...........terrorists attack terrorists......wonderful pak life
     
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    Tshering22 Sikkimese Saber Senior Member

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    You should just say allahuakhbar at the end of it all. :D hahaha!
     
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