Monday, 19 September 2011

Top PAF Officials Brief Pak Probe Panel On Osama RaidGen. Petraeus: "I will wage my third war in Pakistan" (after assuming charge of the miltarised CIA)

A Pakistani panel probing the secret US military raid that “killed” Osama bin Laden ( died in 2001 During Tora Bora Campaign )  was today briefed by senior air force officials, ahead of its key visit to the al-Qaeda chief’s compound in Abbottabad next week.

The commission, which is headed by a former Supreme Court judge, visited the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) headquarters, where the chief of the Headquarters  Air Defence Command briefed its members on events leading up to the American Terrorist operation in Abbottabad on May 2.

The panel was informed about the locations of low and high-altitude radars and their operational readiness during war and peace time, an official statement said. The chief of the Headquarters  Air Defence Command indicated situations where the radar system cannot detect an intruding aircraftor helicopter due to terrain limitations.

He said for the past many years and before May 2, PAF had maintained a peace time posture on its western border with Afghanistan.

Europen troops were beheading the Libyans!


Inset: Former U.S. Congressman Walter Fauntroy. Larger photo: AP Photo, Gaia Anderson - Rebel fighters take control of a military vehicle, centre, positioned to defend what used to be Gadhafi's 32nd infantry regiment's base at Mardun, some 10 kilometers from the outskirts of Ban Walid, Libya, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011. (Courtesy Photo)

Walter Fauntroy, Feared Dead in Libya, Returns Home—Guess Who He Saw Doing the Killing


Former U.S. Congressman Walter Fauntroy, who recently returned from a self-sanctioned peace mission to Libya, said he went into hiding for about a month in Libya after witnessing horrifying events in Libya’s bloody civil war — a war that Fauntroy claims is backed by European forces.


Fauntroy’s sudden disappearance prompted rumors and news reports that he had been killed.

Akbar Bugti Committed Suicide, Not killed By Pak Army: Report

Akbar Bugti committed suicide and was not killed by the army. This fact is also proved by this statement of Bugti’s closest friend and reported in Daily Times. The propaganda is that army killed Akbar Bugti. Reality is that it is Bugti who killed officers and soldiers of Pak army when he detonated a bomb and committed suicide. Those who think that army killed him, this report is a slap on their face.

All those who are unbiased and want to know the truth understand this fact very well. The Army did not kill anyone, had they wanted to they had no need to send the officers inside the cave, a single missle would have finished the job. The fact of the matter is some elements in the media have sold their souls for US dollars and despite knowing the truth spread nonsense. To counter this nonsesne all patriotic elements must raise their voice and work on those people who are around them, this way every single patriot can work on atleast a dozen people and the cycle of truth can begin to work faster.

Tribute to M M Alam (Pakistan Air Force)

Pakistan Air Force pilot named M M Alam shot down 5 Indian Fighter Aircrafts within 60 seconds in the 1965 war between India and Pakistan.

Egypt protesters stormed Israeli embassy in Cairo

Egyptian police and military forces firing tear gas moved against hundreds of protesters against Israel in Cairo on Friday night, trying to push them away from the Israeli embassy. A stand-off between protesters and police followed, with both sides firing firebombs at the each other. Crowds first gathered throughout the afternoon as well as into the night, advancing on the embassy and tearing down large sections of a security wall outside the 21-storey building.

Iran Equips Fighter Jets with Anti Aircraft Missile Capability


The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) officially announced that the country's fighter jets have been equipped with anti-missile capability and are now able to detect and intercept any kind of incoming missiles.


The capability was demonstrated during the third phase of the 'Fadaeeyan-e Harim-e Vellayat III' air drills in Northwestern Iran. 


The development is viewed as a great achievement for the Iranian weapons and defense industry. 


During the military exercises, a missile fired by an F-5 fighter jet was instantly detected and destroyed by a Mig-29 fighter jet. 

China Advocates a Nuke Free Israhell

China on Thursday reaffirmed its support for the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East and said that Israel should join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as soon as possible. 

China has always supported the strengthening of international nuclear non-proliferation regime and has been committed to promoting the universality, effectiveness and authority of the NPT, said Huang Wei, China's deputy envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 

Huang told the ongoing IAEA board meeting that China advocates that Israel should join the NPT as a non-nuclear country as soon as possible and put its all nuclear facilities under the IAEA's comprehensive safeguards. 

US Military's Top Secrets

Special US commandos are deployed in about 75 countries around the world - and that number is expected to grow.

by: Nick Turse is a historian, essayist, and investigative journalist. The associate editor of TomDispatch.com and a new senior editor at Alternet.org, his latest book is The Case for Withdrawal from Afghanistan (Verso Books).

Somewhere on this planet a US commando is carrying out a mission. Now, say that 70 times and you're done ... for the day. Without the knowledge of much of the general American public, a secret force within the US military is undertaking operations in a majority of the world's countries. This Pentagon power elite is waging a global war whose size and scope has generally been ignored by the mainstream media, and deserves further attention.

Pakistan To seek Latest Chinese Third Generation Nuclear Technology

Pakistan plans to import the latest Chinese nuclear technology, a senior Pakistani government official said on Wednesday, reported China Daily on Saturday.


“Pakistan is in discussions with Chinese companies for imports of the third-generation nuclear technology,” said Pakistan’s Minister of Science and Technology Mir Changez Khan Jamali. The minister said that he hoped the latest technology can be acquired by Pakistan in one or two years.
China has helped with two reactors at Pakistan’s Chashma nuclear power plant, both of which use second-generation technology. Pakistan has a third 300-megawatt (MW) reactor under construction at Chashma, financed by China. There are plans for more Chinese reactors in Pakistan, according to the World Nuclear Association.
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