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US had one Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, India has half-a-dozen: Think tank

Posted by jagoindia on June 8, 2011

US had one bin Laden in Pak, India has half-a-dozen: Think tank

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Several terrorists charged by India with mass killings on its soil have been living in Pakistan, an eminent American think tank has said, noting that the US has not yet made it a priority to hold Islamabad to account for the infiltration of militants across the border.

Indians have been watching the Pakistani army send “armed young men with groups like Lashkar(-e-Toeba) across that border with impunity for years, and the United States has not made it a priority of holding
Pakistan to account for the rates of infiltration,” Steve Coll,
President and CEO of New America Foundation, a Washington-based think
tank, said at a Congressional hearing.

“It would be unreasonable to say you should have zero infiltrations into complex territory, big mountains, but the rates of infiltration that Pakistan has allowed suggest state policy,” he told lawmakers.

It is important for Americans to understand that the ambiguity in the
nature of the haven that Osama bin Laden found in Pakistan is not, by
itself, unusual in the country, Coll said.

“From India’s perspective, there are five or six listed terrorists
living around the country (Pakistan) in similar circumstances. Sometimes they’re judged to be under house arrest. Sometimes they’re notional fugitives. Sometimes they really are difficult to find,” he said yesterday.

Many of these people have either admitted to or been credibly charged
with mass killings on Indian soil, Coll said, responding to questions of US lawmakers.

“So these patterns look outrageous to the United States when the
personality is someone like Osama bin Laden. But in the context of the
way Pakistan has evolved in the last 10 years, his (bin Laden)
circumstances were not, by themselves, unusual,” he said.

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If Osama Bin Laden Was Killed By Indian Security Forces

Posted by jagoindia on May 15, 2011

If Bin Laden was killed by Indian Security forces

Some brave outfit of our security forces locate the most wanted man in his
hide out near connought place. Director of the force contacts national
security adviser who in turn located cabinet secretary. PM as usual directs
a junior minister in PMO to handle and commissions Kapil Sibal and
Chidambaram to defend the slow response. Meanwhile the striking force
without waiting for the permission makes the final attempt and kill the
dreaded man.

1. PM apologises to the Muslim community and order an enquiry.
2. Teesta Setalwad files a petition in the supreme court calling for
institution of an SIT.
3. Justices Markendeya Katju and Sathasivam issues notice to the Director
of the security force.
4. The court appoints an SIT and directly supervises the investigation.
5. The brave soldiers involved are suspended by the government.
6. Sonia and Chidambaram expresses their deep regrets.
7. Compensation of one crore each is announced to the next of kin of
those killed.
8. Increased Reservation to Muslims announced in all India recruitments.
9. Kerala and West Bengal assemblies pass resolutions against barbaric
killing of a secular leader.
10. CPM and left parties protest against the action and calls for nation
wide harthals.

O Hindus, this is the present and true situation of today’s ‘Hindu majority’
India, where Muslim criminals are kept in luxurious ‘custody’ (for example
– Kasab) and Hindus (example – Sadhvi Pragya) are tortured brutally, even if
it has not been proved that they are criminals. Now there is no other option
to oust the Hindu-traitor politicians and come together to establish
‘Hindu-Nation’ !

Source: Haindava Keralam

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Islamic terrorist Osama Bin Laden saw India As Enemy, Wanted To Join Jihad In Kashmir

Posted by jagoindia on May 14, 2011

Osama saw India as enemy, wanted to join jihad in Kashmir

May 3, 2011,

NEW DELHI: While India was spared of any attack directly masterminded, or even aided by Osama himself, it did find mention in his messages suggesting that the terror ideologue looked upon India as an enemy and a potential target. The alliance between al-Qaida and Lashkar-e-Taiba, India’s main terror threat, suggests that Osama had evolved into more than being just an inspirational figure for several terror groups targeting India.

The links between anti-India terror groups and Osama’s jihadis have been known at least since 1998 when members of Harkat-ul-Ansar, a terrorist group focused on Kashmir, training alongside al-Qaida members in Afghanistan were killed in a US missile attack. In fact, the very first reference to India by Osama came in May 1998 when he said in a press conference at Khost in Afghanistan that he would love to join the jihad in Kashmir if the Pakistani authorities allowed him. Osama’s answer came in response to a question from a Pakistani journalist. In the same conference, he announced the formation of International Islamic Front for Jihad Against the US and Israel.

This was followed by a long pause on India, even though his No.2 Ayman Al Zawahiri regularly spewed venom not just against India but also Hindus. In an April 2006 audio message, the emir of al-Qaida broke his silence to speak of a “Crusader-Zionist-Hindu conspiracy” against Muslims and also referred to Kashmir.

“Meanwhile, a UN resolution passed more than half a century ago gave Muslim Kashmir the liberty of choosing independence from India. George Bush, the leader of the Crusaders’ campaign, announced a few days ago that he will order his converted agent Musharraf to shut down the Kashmir mujahideen camps, thus affirming that it is a Zionist-Hindu war against Muslims,” he said in the message which sought to highlight conspiracies against Muslims all over the world. According to security expert B Raman, the message lacked focus.

It was never established why he made the remark in the context of East Timor’s independence from Indonesia.

Much before 9/11, in November 1998, the Army claimed to have seized from militants, after an encounter in the Pir Panjal ranges, some cards with messages from Osama describing India as enemy No.1.

It is a safe surmise that Osama’s dependence on Pakistan for his survival may have forced him to buy more heavily into Islamabad’s designs against India.

A Wikileaks cable in December last year revealed that Osama was willing to divert $20 million to support groups active in Kashmir and also that he asserted that the jihad would not suffer from lack of funds. In a meeting with US officials, joint secretary (cabinet secretariat) Sharad Kumar stated that Indian intelligence had transcripts of pre-9/11 meetings between Osama and Taliban chief Mullah Omar during which terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir was discussed.

That India was an al-Qaida target became obvious in 2007 after 9/11 accused Khalid Sheikh Mohammed revealed in his testimony at Guantanamo Bay that he was involved in a conspiracy to bomb the Israeli embassy in Delhi before 2003. In a tape released in 2003, Ayman Al Zawahiri warned Pakistan army officers that President Musharraf would ”hand you over to the Hindus and flee to enjoy his secret bank accounts” if India attacked their country. He urged them to overthrow Musharraf and also condemned then Israeli PM Ariel Sharon’s visit to India.

In 2009, there were two warnings to India from al-Qaida. The first was a telephonic threat in February 2009, the authenticity of which could not be established, warning India not to attack Pakistan and another one seven months later in which it warned Germany of attacks like those in Madrid and Mumbai.

From time to time, there have been reports about the presence of al-Qaida from J&K to Bihar but this has never been established. Security experts like Raman have warned though that LeT, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen and HuJI could “turn out to be the Trojan horse of al-Qaida”. India’s former NSA M K Narayanan even said that LeT was the “most visible manifestation” of al-Qaida in India.

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