Sunday, 9 October 2011

India Building New Secret Military Uranium Enrichment Plant

Rare Materials Plant Karnataka India

Iran To Unveil New Cruise Missile Zafar

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi announced on Friday that Tehran would soon unveil a new cruise missile called 'Zafar (Triumph).

"We unveiled the Qader cruise missiles in the Week of Sacred Defense and we plan to showcase Zafar which is a new cruise missile in the near future," Vahidi told reporters in the Western city of Hamedan today. 

"We also have other plans in area of ballistic missiles which will be unveiled once their production phases are complete," he added. 

Iran has made giant progress in arms production, specially in area of missile technology, in the last decade. 

Iran's latest cruise missile production, Qader (Mighty), was displayed to the public during the military parades marking the Week of Sacred Defense in September.

First Chinese AWACS ZDK-03 Karakoram Eagle Delivered TO Pakistan Air Force

PAF have received the first of the four planned Chinese AWE&C aircraft ZDK-03 "Karakoram Eagle".
The plane have reported to have landed at Masroor Airbase Karachi.
a separate squadron is being set up for the four planned Chinese ZDK-03. the procurement will help PAF establish a new regime of situational awareness and control.

Pakistan's Navy appoints Vice admiral Asif as a New Naval Cheif

The Presidency appointed Vice Admiral Asif Sandila as Chief of Naval Staff on merit after Pakistan’s military establishment reportedly opposed Vice Admiral Abbas Raza’s appointment for the naval chief slot.

Vice Admiral Asif Sandila was previously performing duties as Chief of the Staff and is the first in the seniority list of Pakistan Navy’s top hierarchy. Last month, the Defence Ministry had forwarded four names to the Presidency for the selection of Naval chief. They included vice admirals Asif Sandila, Tanveer Faiz, Abbas Raza and Tayyab Ali Dogar. Reportedly, Secretary Defence Syed Athar Ali was supporting Vice Admiral Abbas Raza due to the Secretary’s close association with Raza. Abbas Raza is third in the seniority list and is presently working as the Commander Pak Fleet. It is learnt that the President Asif Ali Zardari had finalised Abbas Raza’s name for his appointment as Chief of Naval Staff but the military establishment opposed this move; reportedly on the pretext that it wanted the naval chief appointment on the basis of merit considering the seniority factor.

Friday, 7 October 2011

Zionist Media Spreading Lies about Muslims: Report

The zionist Media is always reported against Muslims. Infact the World most crime rates is recorded in United states of Zionism. from the above Picture we conclude that ...
  • The beating of Innocent women can never be tolerated by whome so far on the international zionist media, where so ever for whatever reasons.
  • However the media has become the propaganda forefrost to support the aggressive of the invaders in their exaggerated lies.

Thursday, 6 October 2011

Indian Air Force raises new threat to Pakistan and China

New Delhi – After threatening Pakistan’s security by deploying a squadron of its fighting jets along borders with Pakistan on Sunday last, India is all set to develop the Kargil airfield as a full-fledged transport base by 2016, by when the Indian Air Force (IAF) aims to operate both medium and heavy-lift planes from there. It also plans to operate combat aircraft from Kargil sometime in the future. The IAF chief, Air Chief Marshal Norman Anil Kumar Browne, said at the annual press conference here on Monday ahead of the Air Force Day Oct 8 that the IAF will expand the 6,000-foot runway in Kargil to enable operations of all major transport aircraft From Page 1 such as the Soviet-origin IL-76 heavy-lift planes, the newly-ordered C-17 heavy-lift aircraft from the US, and the just-acquired C-130J Super Hercules. Soviet-origin medium-lift AN-32 transport planes are already being operated from the Kargil airfield.

Australian & UK Military Officials called on General Khalid Shameem Wynne

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), General Khalid Shameem Wynne
Lieutenant General David Morrison, Chief of Army Australia (COA), who is on a visit to Pakistan called on Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), General Khalid Shameem Wynne at Joint Staff Headquarters. Both the leaders exchanged views on security situation especially in Afghanistan and South Asian region and explored the avenues of expansion of ongoing defence cooperation between the two countries. Other matters of mutual interest also came under discussion. Later General Sir Peter Wall, Chief of General staff, United Kingdom also called on General Khalid Shameem Wynne, he remained with the Chairman for some time and discussed matters related to common interests, with a special emphasis on the evolving geo-strategic situation of the region.

Pakistan Army uses MI 17 Helicopters in Flood Relief Operation

Pakistan Army troops are working day and night for relief and rescue operation in various flood hit areas of Sindh. As many as 2200 Army Jawans,2 MI 17 Helicopters,105 Motorized Boats, heavy vehicles and machinery, are employed in relief and rescue operation. So far 66,000 persons have been rescued and 12,839 Tons of ration has been distributed among the affectees. Pakistan Army doctors have treated more than 90,000 patients in medical camps established at Sanghar, Mir Pur Khas, Omer Kot, Mithi, Khairpur and Badin.

Commander Royal Saudi Land Forces Meets Kayani and Wynne

Prince Lieutenant General (Staff) Khalid Bin Bandar Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, Commander Royal Saudi Land Forces called on Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani at General Headquarters today. (05-10-2011)
Lieutenant General Khalid Bin Bandar Bin Abdul Aziz Al –Saud, Commander Royal Saudi Land Forces (RSLF), called on General Khalid Shameem Wynne, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) at Joint Staff Headquarters and Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani at General Headquarters today and exchanged views related to matters of mutual interests. The evolving geo-strategic situation of the region also came under discussion between the leaders.

The Pride of Pakistani Nation - Salute to Pakistan Army

Our Ghazi’s and our Shaheed’s are our Pride, we salute all those sons of Motherland who has sacrificed for Pakistan. Sepoy Javed and Capt Kaleem Ullah Khan Both are a role model for us. Have a view of the Video Clip.

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Chief of Air Staff visits flood Affected Areas in Sindh

Nawabshah—Acting Chief of Air Staff Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Air Marshal Thair Rafique Butt on Wednesday visited Nawabshah and flood affected areasof Sindh province. During his visit he handed over 17,000 kg of dry ration, and 100 tents to DCO Nawabshah for distribution among the flood affectees.

The Air Marshal also visited the relief and medical camps established by PAF and expressed satisfaction over the arrangements. Talking to media he said more then 350 rain affected people have been accommodated in these camps. He said a hospital equipped with operation theater and other facilities has also been set up to ensure medical care of flood victims at the camps.

Uzbek Defence Minister meets General Kayani

Lieutenant General Berdiev Kabul Raimovich, Defence Minister of Uzbekistan called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani at General Headquarters today.

The visiting dignitary remained with the COAS for some time and discussed matters of professional interest

IAF to Deploy New Radar System Near Pakistan and China Borders

After officially commissioning a state-of-the-art SU-30 fighter squadron at the Jodhpur air base, the Indian Air Force (IAF) has decided to deploy the Arudhra radar soon in most of the forward and strategic air force stations in Rajasthan and Gujarat region near the Pakistan border.

In accordance with a decision during the recently held commanders' conference at the headquarters of South Western Air Command (SWAC) in Gandhinagar, the first medium-power radar Arudhra was inducted at the Naliya air force station of Gujarat Sector in June 2011.

Consequently, to further enhance its air defense capabilities, IAF is inducting the indigenous radar at air bases in Rajasthan and Gujarat near the Pakistan border. The medium-power radar was developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) with support from Israel.

According to defense officials, the radar is being inducted to strengthen air defense capabilities in the Saurashtara-Kutch region as part of IAF's radar upgrade and is an important component of the force's plan to achieve network-centric operations. The IAF has significantly improved its air defense capabilities by acquiring the Integrated Air Command and Control Systems and connecting all of its modern and legacy radars under one single grid.

Iran Russia and China Mulling to joint Missile Defense Shield

TEHRAN - Unofficial sources have announced that Iran, Russia, and China are currently holding talks on a proposal to establish a joint missile defense shield as a counterweight to a NATO defense shield, according to a recent report.

The report, which was published in the Iranian daily newspaper Kayhan on Sunday, said that the sources cited two reasons why serious consultations have been held on the initiative. 

First, all three states have come to the conclusion that U.S. officials’ assertion that their concern over the alleged missile and nuclear capabilities of Iran and North Korea is the reason for the decision to establish a NATO missile defense shield is just a pretext and the true objective of the shield is to threaten Russia and China.

China's SAC J-18 Stealth fighter Jet: Photos

China's SAC J-18 Stealth Fighter Jet
China's SAC J-18 Stealth Fighter Jet
China's SAC J-18 Stealth Fighter Jet
China's SAC J-18 Stealth Fighter Jet

11 Important Colleges and High Rating Indian Server Sites HACKED By Muslim Liberation Army

11 Important Colleges and High Rating Sites Of Indian Server HACKED BY 
Zarb-E-Momin & Syed Zaadaa...
TO Raise The Awareness About Illegal Occupation Of India in Kashmir.
Sites: (Bookshop of world - Bookstore having 100000+ Indian Books...) (Ess Infosecure -CCTV Solution | Surveillance Security | Web development) (Federation of Information Technology Association of Gujarat) (Holidays Expert) (ASSOCIATE FLEXIWELD PVT. LTD) (Bansal Institute of Research & Technology)

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Adaab and Ishq-e-Rasul (SAWW) Defined by Ashiq e Rasul (Zaid Hamid)

The essence and excellnce of Imaan is adab and Ishq e Rasul Sallalahu alaihe Wassalam. Do you want to see a soul stirring and emotional display of Adab e Rasul and Ishq e Rasul (sm) ? MashAllah, this love of Sayyadi will shake your soul to tears. Chechen President and Chechen nation pay their respect to a cup of Rasul Allah (sm) which arrives back in Chechenya. For the last 250 years, Russians have not been able to enslave these brave people. Now you know why? Their intence love and adab for for Sayyadi Rasul Allah (sm) keeps them alive and free! When Ummat e Rasul lost this adab, they lost the glory in dunya also! MashAllah, Chechens have made us proud!

A Message By Syed Zaid Zaman Hamid on Critical situation of Pakistan

Do not be disheartened by the riots, chaos and anarchy you see on the street of our beloved Pak Sarzameen. InshAllah khair will emerge from this chaos. The regime must go and Allah is blinding it to commit suicide. The Chief Justice has not delivered and the army is too stretched and already fighting the enemy on battle fronts. The regime is the biggest national threat and has destroyed the state, nation and the ideology. Indian Cold Start doctrine is now in high gear ready to pounce when the anarchy increases. TTP, NATO, MQM and BLA also remain alive and threatening. These are dangerous times but great nations are born in such trials and tests. Do NOT fear nor panic. Have faith. Khair inshAllah!

‎41 Indian websites Hacked by Dropper-Gen ZHC to lodge the Protest by ZCompany Hacking Crew

Everyday 100s of innocent people are abused, raped and even killed in kashmir by the indian army, a third of the deaths are children, - we dont want war, take back your men, your tanks and your guns and go back to where you came from, all we ask is for freedom, you can kill us but you cant kill us all, we shall not give up, giving up is not an option.Freedom for Kashmir!!

World Top Ten Countries With Highest Reported Crime Rates

Pakistan is not even in Top Ten Countries 

Monday, 3 October 2011

How do We Thankful to Allah Almighty for Success of Takmeel e Pakistan Mission

When we started this journey, we were alone. Alhamdolillah, today millions of soldiers of Rasul Allah (sm) march with us with dignity and courage towards misison Takmeel e Pakistan, Ghazwa e Hind, Khilafat e Rashida and United States of Islam, InshAllah! This is only possible due to the karam and fazal of Allah (swt) and Faizan e Nabwi of our Sayyadi Rasul Allah (sm). May Allah save us from arrogance and fitnahs of Dunya and accept our humble efforts for His sake and for the sake of Rasul Allah (sm) and Ummat e Rasul (sm). By Allah, we will continue to march forwards either to become Ghazis or to become shaheed in this sacred cause, InshAllah!

Mullen must snapped to make the kind of allegations he did: Report

By Zafar Hilaly

Something must have snapped for Mullen to make the kind of allegations he did, and from which State Department and White House spokespersons are now distancing themselves. Perhaps it was Kayani’s infuriating inscrutability, or a lot of second-hand smoke that envelops Kayani’s guests and induces befuddlement. Alternatively, it could be the pressure of Mullen’s job or just the hangover acquired from his country’s problems in Afghanistan. Whatever it was blasting away at Pakistan is no cure. Mullen must know a false move would add tens of millions more to the already growing pool of jihadis bent on hurting his country.

In view of Mullen’s outrage at the ISI’s ‘double dealing’, it’s worth recalling that dilemmas of conscience have never bothered American policymakers. They are not choosy when it comes to finding reasons for waging war. Almost any will do. A vial containing a concoction of bogus chemicals sufficed for Iraq and a false flag incident in the Gulf of Tonkin for North Vietnam. The ranting of an unhinged dictator prompted a rain of Nato bombs on Libya.

And now, it seems, the recorded conversation of a Taliban attacker with his Afghan Taliban leader (Haqqani) visiting Pakistan’s tribal bad lands at the time, was reason enough to lumber Pakistan with the blame for the Kabul Intercontinental Hotel attack. Just as SIMs containing ‘known ISI numbers’ recovered after the attack the US Embassy in Kabul led to charges of ISI complicity and, what is more, that ‘the Haqqani network is a veritable arm of the ISI’.

Why ISI sleuths should reveal their telephone numbers to Haqqani suicide attackers, or why it escaped the ISI that SIMs containing these numbers could end up in American hands, beggars the imagination. Indeed, what on earth did Pakistan have to gain by helping to kill Americans in Afghanistan while it is expending lives protecting them in Pakistan? None of these questions bothered Mullen. Instead, on the basis of evidence which would have been thrown out by any court, including from Zimbabwe, as insufficient, he loudly proclaimed Pakistan’s guilt. It’s not surprising that some are agog. One joker passed on Mullen’s allegations to Ripley’s ‘Believe it or not’ series.

Mullen should have used the opportunity of his farewell appearance before the Senate to do, what another soldier (Eisenhower) did, which was to caution his audience of dangerous trends in American policies. He could have said that following the virtual elimination of the Al-Qaeda threat in the Af-Pak region (thanks in the main to Pakistan’s cooperation) unrelenting intervention in other people’s wars should be discarded along with the search for proxies to do America’s dirty work.

But it is less the likes of Mullen than Obama who is to blame. Forgetting Clemenceau’s advice – like we have – that war was too important a matter to be left to generals, Obama too entrusted the conduct of the war to his generals. Not surprisingly, the generals dragged Obama deeper into the Afghan bog and now want to expand the war in order to shut it down. But that too will be of no avail like the ‘surge’ which, while promising victory only presented the Taliban with more targets. Last month’s casualty toll of dead Americans was 71; the largest in any month since the war began 10 years ago.

In his testimony before the Senate, Mullen was selective in his references to history. True, insurgencies that have external support are difficult to defeat but a far more important lesson history reveals is that never has a foreign army of occupation triumphed over a determined national insurgency. Even in the Spanish war against France, Spaniards opted for nationalism rather than the more just society Napoleon promised. So why expect Afghans to be any different? And why forget that history also applies to America?

Mullen complained about Pakistan’s duplicity. I don’t blame him. Our failing has been our inability to candidly confess our limitations, not only to others but also ourselves. In a polity dominated by plot and commission seekers, bhatta collectors, agency and license chasers, flip-flopping politicians, corrupt bureaucrats and sundry political pigmies, there is no one with the gall to tell the Americans what we will not put up with. Or that the overwhelming number of Pakistanis are rooting for the Afghan Taliban and with madressahs and mosques preaching the virtues of jihad, it is now virtually a religious duty to oppose America. Hence, for the Pakistan Army to join hands with the Americans in a kinetic war against the Afghan Taliban would leave them with a revolt on their hands. Turning the occasional blind eye to bands of armed men having a go at a well-equipped professional army on the other side of the border is, therefore, by far the lesser evil for Pakistan.

Of course, that is not to say that the army can collude with the Afghan Taliban to launch attacks against American forces; that’s impermissible and reprehensible, which is why it was important for America to reveal evidence which persuaded Mullen to react in the manner that he did. It now transpires that Mullen did not produce the evidence because he never had it.

America needs a villain to blame for its doomed enterprise in Afghanistan. And Pakistan, with porous, poorly-guarded western frontiers, and a history of befriending the Taliban, is an almost made-in-Hollywood villain. The global proclivity to believe anything contemptible about Pakistan further burnishes our claim as the proverbial fall guy.

Can Pak-US relations recover from the new low to which they have plunged? Although some believe they can and can even become stronger, much like a broken arm once healed, others feel they will wither as they have been doing since 1990, if only because their respective strategic visions are poles apart. Frankly, that’s just as well. We think the worst of each other, at least, at the popular level. We have also discovered the knack of bringing out the worst in each other by taking our respective worsts as reflecting our true selves.

Wilful historical ignorance, a paucity of common sense and a disastrous degree of intellectual hubris have plagued our elites when formulating policy. The degeneration from an ally to a friend, to an adversary to, who knows, an enemy, may yet happen. Perhaps, as one US senator has suggested, both should settle for a transactional relationship. That way we only need to come together when necessary and then part to pursue our different goals.

As for Mullen et al, once the Americans depart, Afghans and Pakistanis will discover the price of America’s obsession with national security and her prolonged and needless presence in Afghanistan, and how disastrous it has proved. It has virtually ensured a bloody civil war once they leave the ring and yet another exodus of refugees. Only, this time, an enfeebled Pakistan, riddled with domestic strife and a faltering economy, will be unable to cope. Surely then it is we, not Mullen, who should be livid.

The writer is a former ambassador. Email:

Source: The News

China's New Version J-11 Fighter Jet Moderation Program

J-11B is the new version of the J-11, J-11B is a 4.5-generation multirole version which uses more Chinese components, including radar, engine, and missiles. The chief program engineer for J-11B is Mr. Guo Dianman. China is interested in reducing its reliance on foreign technology for both cost reasons and a desire to improve its domestic research and design. It is reported that one regiment of J-11B are currently in service.

In May, 2007, the existence of J-11B was finally acknowledged by the Chinese government for the first time when the state-run Chinese TV stations first aired the report on J-11B in PLAAF service. According to the Chinese report, which is agreed by some western sources such as Jane's Information Group, the J-11B is superior to Su-27SK in the following areas.


1) The wide adoption of composite material (mainly carbon fiber) for the surfaces, reducing the weight of the aircraft for more than 700 kg, while the life of the composite part is increased over 10,000 hours in comparison to the original part built from steel.

2) Redesigned air inlets of engine intakes to reduce the radar cross section, this coupled with the adoption of composite material, and application of radar absorbent material has reduced the radar cross section (RCS) of 15 square meters of Su-27SK to just >3 square meters of J-11B. 

3) Full air-to-surface / sea capability is added and J-11B is able to launch various precision guided air-to-surface and air-to-sea munitions.

Sunday, 2 October 2011

APC and present situation after threat from United states of Zionism

The current political system of Demoncracy which is totally opposite to the system of Khilafat e Rashida is the root of evil in this sacred land. We dont have time to waste on useless exercises like APC. This government must be replaced with patriotic God fearing care takers who would clean up the mess of corruption and terrorism. The Army and Judiciary must join hands and share the responsibility of safeguarding the best interests of Pakistan. The time to act is NOW!

Zaid Hamid - A man who has a Courage to Speak

Sir Zaid Hamid answers a question by a young man who wants to know about the possibility of peace in the region. Western, elitist countries are responsible for all the atrocities and wars in the world.

1,400 Rape Victims List Revealed in IHK

SRINAGAR (Agencies) – Indian-occupied Kashmir chief minister apologised Friday after his government revealed the names of some 1,400 women raped in the violence-hit state during the last five years.

I tender an unconditional apology to the victims and their families. There is a deep sense of shame over the revealing of names (of the victims), Omar Abdullah told the state legislature. On Thursday a written reply by the states home department to a lawmakers query contained a list of nearly 1,400 women raped since 2006, giving out their names, parentage and residential addresses. However, only one person had been convicted during the last five years, the government reply said.

Another Defeated Western General Carps About The Graveyard of Empires

Those whom the god wish to destroy they first make them mad–Alcestis (438 BC)

It didn’t begin with the Haqqanis, or the attack on Kabul. It didn’t even begin with Operation Geronimo–it actually began when President Obama made the blunder of not visiting Pakistan and then going to Delhi. Trying to hide the failure of his administration to sign the Nuclear 123 deal he tried to appease the Indians by saying that he supported Delhi’s bid for the UNSC. He couldn’t had said anything worse.

Saturday, 1 October 2011

Warning to Israhell : We are coming !!

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