Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Imran Khan betrays Kashmiri Matryrs, vows to set aside Kashmir for "Trade"

While one listened to Imran Khan’s views on Kashmir, expressed in an interview  with Karan Thapar of the CNN-IBN’s Indian channel on Sunday, one was,  for a moment, apt to ask oneself: “Do my ears deceive me?”  he would go along with President Zardari’s point  of view on the Kashmir dispute with India and leave it to the next  generation to settle. Right now, the two neighbours, he thought, needed  to develop trade relations and put in place confidence building measures  to raise the so called "level of mutual trust". However, in the same breath, he  called Kashmir the core issue between the two countries and believed  that any terrorist incident happening in India, whether through a  militant group in the disputed state or elsewhere, would undo the  positive effects of the CBMs and the commercial ties.Strange, rather  confused logic, for putting on the backburner a dispute which should be  the first issue to be put out of the way for real and lasting trust to  take root.

Israeli Firm Leader: World Likely to Accept Iran as Nuclear Power

TEHRAN (FNA)- A top economist at a leading Israeli firm cautioned that a military action against Iran will be too costly since it will increase oil prices and damage global trade, and said the world is more likely to accept a nuclear Iran than pay the high costs of war.
A sharp rise in the price of oil, the costs of war and the damage to global trade would be too great and deter world powers from taking any serious action, said Amir Kahanovich, chief economist at Clal Finance, one of Israel's largest brokerage houses.The assessment differed sharply from Israel's official position that Tehran's nuclear aspirations are unacceptable and that all options are on the table in preventing a nuclear Iran, which it views as a threat to its existence. 

CIA's Lashkar-e-Jhangvi found involved in Imam Bargah blast in Multan

Security forces have discovered that the notorious CIA backed deceptive Islamic Terrorist group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) leader Dr Arshad, who was killed in a covert raid on a militant hideout in Jhelum on November 12, was responsible for the imambargha blast in Multan. The bomb blast in Multan had injured 10 people, however no one was  killed. After the blast, police had arrested many people from Mandi  Bahauddin and had found out clues linking Dr Arshad to the blast in  Multan. Security forces have currently shifted all the foreign funded/backed arrested terrorists to  unknown places and are conducting raids in southern Punjab.During one  of the raids, police also recovered 2000kg of explosives.
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