Thursday, February 28, 2008

Radical movements in Pakistan

The council on Foreign Relations has a new site [2/6/08] on the various radical movements in Pakistan: "Pakistan’s New Generation of Terrorists," by Jayshree Bajoria. Very helpful. [Click on the title above for a direct link to the site.]

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مجلس العلاقات الخارجية لديها موقع جديد [2/6/08] عن مختلف الحركات المتطرفة في باكستان : "باكستان لجيل جديد من الارهابيين" حسب jayshree bajoria. مفيدة جدا. [اضغط على العنوان اعلاه لصلة مباشرة الى الموقع.]

Совет по внешним отношениям новый сайт [2/6/08] на различных радикальных движений в Пакистане: "Пакистан нового поколения террористов", по Jayshree Bajoria. Очень полезно. [Нажмите на заголовок выше по прямой ссылке на сайт.]

安理会的外交关系有一个新的站点[ 2/6/08 ] ,对各种激进运动在巴基斯坦说: "巴基斯坦的新一代恐怖分子" ,由jayshree bajoria 。非常有帮助。 [点击标题上面直接联系到现场。 ]

El consejo de Relaciones Exteriores cuenta con un nuevo sitio [2/6/08] acerca de los diversos movimientos radicales en Pakistán: "Pakistán de nueva generación de terroristas", por Jayshree Bajoria. Muy útil. [Haz clic en el título anterior para un enlace directo con el sitio.]

1 comment:

farooq said...

I am glad the message is becoming more clearer. Pakistani Govt should have come out strongly when the whole double game started with introduction of BLA in Baluchistan out of no where.

"US concerned over minister’s statement

By Our Reporter

ISLAMABAD, March 2: The United States has expressed concern over caretaker Interior Minister Hamid Nawaz’s statement that the US was involved in violence in Pakistan. In a statement issued here on Sunday, the US embassy described the claim by the minister as untrue.

Ambassador Anne W. Patterson talked to the minister on phone to communicate her concerns over the statement.

The minister in a recent interview to Arab television had said that the United States, India and Afghanistan were involved in lawlessness in Pakistan and generally it was believed that the US and Afghanistan were backing the organisations involved in terrorism in Pakistan.