It is TTP that is defiling and defaming Islam due to its reign of terror and intimidation
It is nullifying its claim to represent Islam by bringing death and destruction instead of Peace.
So it is TTP in fact, that is apostate or Murtad/ munafiq and needs to be eradicated.
He should have also said that the people caught by the state at least get the chance to live and face the courts unlike the TTP that just publicly executes them like animal.
He should have also mentioned Kharjites and Muhammad PBUH’s saying about them since there are both the civilians, terrorists and the soldiers that were the indented audience of this conversation.
July 31, 2011. Sunday.
Sindh Police’s Crime Investigation Department conducted raids in Maripur and Sohrab Goth and arrested four members of the banned militant group. – (File Photo)
KARACHI: Sindh Police’s Crime Investigation Department on Sunday conducted raids in Karachi’s Maripur and Sohrab Goth areas and arrested four members of the banned militant group Tehreek-e-Taliban, DawnNews reported.
CID’s SSP Chaudhry Aslam said that the arrested men belonged to TTP and had been conducting crimes in Karachi through which they would collect money to send to Waziristan.
According to the police, the culprits had also been planning terrorist activities in Karachi. Various weapons and explosives were also ceased from their possession.
^^ Why do they always hide faces and dont show names?? Afraid that people will recognize them as terrorists or maybe just innocent people caught to boost numbers??
Here in the US, they splash front pages with the pics of wanted men, and hence public knows who are they
August 4, 2011. Thursday
At least six militants killed in Pakistani security operation:
PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN (BNO NEWS) -- At least six militants were killed during a Pakistani security operation in the northwestern region of the country, officials said Thursday.
Gunship helicopters carried out attacks against suspected militant hideouts in various areas in Pakistan's Central Kurram Agency, the Express Tribune reported.
At least four hideouts were destroyed, as well as one of their vehicles. In addition to the six killed militants, 12 others were injured during the operation. Also, security teams were able to secure a large weapons cache during search operations.
Last week, at least 27 militants and four tribesmen were killed during gun battles in the Masuzai area of Kurram Agency. The fighting began between the Taliban and tribal lashkar, but paramilitary troops and artillery units of the army backed the tribesmen.
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At least six militants killed in Pakistani security operation | The Lincoln Tribune
ISLAMABAD: Inter Services Public Relations Director General Major General Athar Abbas said on Friday Pakistan Army have been and would continue operations against Eastern Turkistan Independent Movement (ETIM). China has always been appreciative of Pakistan’s efforts in the war against terror, he said in reply to a question by a foreign news correspondent. He said Hasan Mahsum, China’s most-wanted Eastern Turkistan terrorist was killed in October 2003 in FATA and another terrorist Abdul Haq al Turkistani, also known as Miamaitming Maimaili, who became leader of ETIM and was also an active member of ALQ, was also killed by Pakistani forces in February 2011. “Our cooperation in the field of operation and intelligence will continue against the common threat of terrorism,” the DG ISPR said. app
August 08, 2011. Monday
A device was detonated by remote control as a military vehicle passed through the Sararogha village area in South Waziristan. – (File Photo)
MIRAMSHAH: A bomb attack on Monday wounded at least 10 Pakistani soldiers in the Taliban and Al-Qaeda hotspot of Waziristan on the Afghan border, officials said.
The device was detonated by remote control as a military vehicle passed through the Sararogha village area in the mountains of South Waziristan, which is part of Pakistan’s semi-autonomous tribal district.
“At least 10 soldiers were wounded, three of them seriously,” a security official told AFP.
A local intelligence official confirmed the bomb blast and casualties.
Pakistan carried out a sweeping offensive in 2009 in South Waziristan targeting the country’s main Taliban faction, but many of their commanders and foot soldiers are believed to have fled to neighbouring North Waziristan.
July 08, 2011. Monday.
PARACHINAR: Security forces have killed more than 200 militants over the past month in the Kurram tribal region where the military is waging an anti-Taliban offensive, a Pakistani official said.
Javedullah said four of the militants were killed Monday in the tribal region.
The United Nations said tens of thousands of civilians have fled the area to avoid the conflict.
Javedullah said one soldier had been killed and 10 had been wounded over the past month in Kurram. He said the fighting had slowed since the start of the month of Ramazan.
Access to Kurram is restricted and the reports are difficult to independently verify.
Pakistan’s army has been fighting militants in the tribal belt for years, with limited success.
13 August, 2011. Saturday.
QUETTA: A soldier was killed and three others wounded on Friday when suspected tribal insurgents fired six rockets at the southwestern garrison city of Quetta, officials said.
“Rockets were fired on the cantonment area and one soldier was martyred, while three others were wounded,” senior police official Hamid Shakeel told AFP.
Military officials also confirmed the rocket attack, saying that some six rockets were fired from the nearby Murdar mountains on the eastern side of the Quetta valley.
Four rockets exploded close together near military units, a bank and a market, with the loud noise creating panic among local residents.
The other two rockets landed in the Nawa Killi residential area, but exploded in an open area without causing any damage or casualties, the military officials said.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.
August 14, 2011. Sunday.
ISLAMABAD: Security forces, after conducting a search operation, have arrested a top ranking banned Tehreek-e-Taliban commander in the capital.
Sources said that that TTP commander Bakht Farzandi was arrested in Islamabad’s suburbs. He is associated with the Qari Ziaur Rehman group.
He has been taken to an undisclosed location where investigations have now begun, sources said.
August 15, 2011. Monday.
PESHAWAR: Twenty-four militants have surrendered their arms, given themselves up to security forces in Bajaur and have renounced taken up arms again.
According to officials in Bajaur agency’s Tehsil Nawaguy, 24 militants including four important commanders surrendered to security forces along with their weapons and have vowed to cooperate fully with authorities.
They also vowed never to take part in any militant activity and that they would never associate themselves with any militant group, security officials said.
August 20, 2011.
PESHAWAR: At least two Pakistani soldiers and five militants died in a shootout in a northwestern tribal area Saturday, where a suicide bomber killed 51 people at a mosque a day earlier, officials said.
The gun battle took place in Akakhel village in Khyber tribal district as paramilitary troops were carrying out a search operation, a day after the suicide bombing in the lawless area.
"Two paramilitary soldiers were martyred and eight others were wounded in gunfight with militants," Khyber administration chief Mutahar Zeb told AFP.
"Five militants were also killed in the fighting," he added.
A senior paramilitary official confirmed the clash and casualties.
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