Tag Archive 'FATA'

Jul 01 2009

Amazing Developments In War On “Human Created Disasters” (aka Terror)

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Seems the Pakistanis have really soured on their violent Islamo Fascist neighbors in the tribal areas: MORE than 80 per cent of Pakistanis view the Taleban as a critical threat to the country, a poll released yesterday said. It marked a major shift in public support behind the government’s campaign against the fundamentalist Muslim militants. […]

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Jun 06 2009

Crushing al Qaeda’s Last Large Sanctuary

The years of determination and diligence in the war against terror may be paying off soon. The Obama administration is beefing up forces in Afghanistan and tightening the border with Pakistan’s tribal areas where al Qaeda has its last large sanctuary. In addition, the Pakistan Army is pushing northward and westward, clearing the NWFP’s Swat […]

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May 28 2009

Pakistan Surge In Progress

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One of the sings that indicated to me, very early on in Iraq, that The Surge in Anbar Province was going to work as it expanded across Iraq was the fact that the Islamo Fascist terrorists were targeting the Muslim Main Street – thereby creating the backlash that turned al Qaeda from the future of […]

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May 13 2009

Ayman Zawahiri Within Our Sights?

Missed this blockbuster news: Ayman al-Zawahiri, al Qaeda’s No. 2 leader, the most wanted terrorist after Osama bin Laden, with a $25 million bounty on his head, is holed up near Quetta, Pakistan, according to a highly placed Pakistani intelligence source. … Al-Zawahiri’s recent movements can be tracked with some specificity. He was positively identified […]

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Mar 03 2009

Interesting Developments In Pakistan

The news last week, which had me a bit disturbed initially, was that Taliban forces in the Tribal Areas of Pakistan had set aside their differences and joined forces: Three rival Pakistani Taliban groups have agreed to form a united front against international forces in Afghanistan in a move likely to intensify the insurgency just as thousands […]

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Jan 20 2009

Pakistanis Begin Pincher Move On al Qaeda And Taliban

There appear to be two general areas in Pakistan where al Qaeda and radical Taliban elements have a strong hold. The primary power base for these radical Islamo Fascist groups is Norther and Southern Waziristan Provinces in the Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA). The map above can be clicked on to go to a larger […]

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Jan 13 2009

Militants Attack In Pakistan, Thrown Back

It seems the Islamo Fascists are becoming headline hungry again. WIthout some victories the movement runs the real risk of running out of gas. The news has all been about drones killing leaders in hiding and Pakistani forces fighting through the tribal areas while giving notice to locals to stop harboring the enemy. In many […]

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Nov 23 2008

Got Us A Big Name Terrorist In Pakistan!

In these last days of the Bush presidency it is no surprise President Bush is going all out to kill as many known, high valued terrorists as he can before the pacifist Dems take control. The good news is the efforts are paying off as the US is now launching regular attacks on terrorist hideouts […]

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Sep 30 2008

More On Pakistan Awakening

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There is more reporting on the growing Pakistan Tribal Awakening in the heart of the region thought to be the center of Taliban and al-Qaeda sanctuary.  First this report: Intensive Pakistani military action in the border areas has emboldened several tribes to turn against Taliban militants. The Salarzai tribe in Bajaur, where the military is […]

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Sep 30 2008

Taliban Leader Baitulla Mehsud Is Dead!

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Some great news out of the tribal regions of Pakistan: The leader of Pakistan’s Taliban, Baitullah Mehsud, is dead from kidney failure, sources told CNN. The Pakistan government blamed Mehsud for the December 27, 2007, assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. An unnamed Islamabad-based source with connections within the Mehsud tribe in South Waziristan […]

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