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Thursday, May 5, 2011

US raid slew Bin Laden and buried at aquatic

Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden was slain along with his son and three bodyguards in the northern city of Abbottabad on late Sunday night at 3rd of May to bring to an end the biggest-ever victory by United States over Terrorism. Bin Laden was thrown in sea to evade a "shrine" circumstances. Bin Laden was shot dead with a single bullet to his head when he refused to give in to his capture. Details are wooly about the circumstances leading to the raid on the living quarters inside the large compound surrounded by unusually high walls and fences, but background discussions with government and security officials do help in reconstructing the high drama that concluded with the death of US most wanted man.

Some officials released the report regarding the killing of Bin Laden having statements that helicopters were hovering over the area at around half past midnight and it took the US assault team of 25 Navy Seals and CIA personals about 40 minutes to clear the area and took away the dead body of that person for US had been chasing for nearly a decade. One of the two helicopters involved in the mugging went down during battle and one official who visited the scene said there was no evidence to suggest that it might have been hit by a rocket or shot from the ground. But he said the one loud explosion heard during the gun-battle might have been caused by the departing assault team which bombed the hatchet into pieces after salvage their men and accomplishing their mission. Osama's son was also killed in that assault as the official proclaimed. The president of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari also claimed for carrying out the information regarding the Bin Laden's tenant in Abbottabad.

Total nine numbers of children were also detained from the compound, they were boys and girls aged between 2 and 12 years. Among them, one was the Bin Laden's 11 year old daughter. Those children are now in the detention of Pakistan's security agencies. They would also be interrogated for touching the bottom of the whole anecdote. US official said, "We want to know the whole scenario. How and when did the entire team come to this part of the region? There are a lot of burning questions in the minds of whole world".

A senior US defense official said that US forces administered Muslim religious burial for Bin Laden aboard an aircraft carrier earlier in the day in the Arabian Sea. He said, "Today religious rights were conducted for the deceased on the deck of the USS Carl-Vinson which is located in the North Arabian Sea". Traditional procedures for Islamic burial were followed. The deceased's body was washed and then placed in a white sheet. The body was placed in a weighted bag.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

25 dead and more than 120 wounded in fresh terrorist activity

Faisalabad Blast
A fresh wave of terrorism broke into Faisalabad, a city in Pakistan's central Punjab province which resulted to 25 people dead and more than 120 wounded. On Tuesday Morning, at 10:06am local time (5:06GMT), a massive bomb by militants blasted in the area of New Civil Lines at CNG station, the blast was so intensive, it was heard a miles away from point of incident. Nearby PIA (Pakistan Air Lines) building was destructed, CNG station blazed and many building were affected due to heavy bang. Almost 4 feet deep cracked at the point of blast. Massive building glasses smashed and people hurt.
An explosive-laden car was parked at the compressed natural gas filling station (CNG), there was 40 – 60 kg explosive material used for this terror activity. The blast set off gas cylinders at the station and the explosion destroyed and severely damaged nearby buildings and numerous vehicles gutted. Police said the attack took place close to the office of a sensitive security agency (Inter-Services Intelligence ISI) but the building was undamaged. The station had been reduced to a pile of bricks and crooked metal as rescue officials worked to remove rubble from the sight to look for for survivors and ambulance vehicles ferried the injured away. City commissioner Tahir Hussain said, "It was not a suicide attack. It was a planted bomb blast. The bomb exploded near the gas cylinders that elicited a bigger blast". Taliban claimed the responsibility of terrorism in Faisalabad.
Faisalabad is the third biggest city of Pakistan regarding GDP, and it was very safe from these kinds of activities before today's activity. It is the country's textile-making capital.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

US urges to free detained US Official

US Senator John Kerry arrived in Pakistan for the release of Raymond Davis; He assured that the case should be tried in US courts as the Americans abide by the law; He promised that the decision would be made on all the accumulated facts which are sorted out to the case. He totally denied the impression that he has come to counsel to the Pakistan Government. Senator Kerry expressed deep grief on behalf of Americans over the killing of Pakistan citizens. He told that the relation between Pakistan & USA would not be impinging on one issue.

US President Barak Obama also urged Pakistan to free an apprehended US Official; while he assured that he was not a heartless about the deadly shooting that led to his detention. Obama said, "He expects Pakistan to abide by the same conference". He also elaborated to continue the relation with the Pakistan Government after getting the person released and promote their economy by different means. Obama expressed his feelings over the loss of life of innocent Pakistan citizens. "We are not callous about them". Barak Obama conversed to the media.

Secretary Information Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Fauzia Wahab has said that Raymond Davis enjoyed diplomatic immunity. Fauzia Wahab said that Pakistan is the signatory of Vienna Convention, so all the diplomats enjoy immunity. Pakistan people are very annoyed by her comments and asked for the release of Aafia Siddiqui who was sentenced for 86 years by the US courts. So they are expecting some different kinds of outcomes from the Government of Pakistan. If Davis would be release without any reprimanded, the situation of the country would be worsened as it was seen in Egypt.