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Iraq weapons dossier at-a-glance(BBC)
Sep 30, 2002: Indian Ex-External Affairs Min. and current Finance Minister Jaswant Singh discussed the Iraq issue with U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell and later said cryptically that pre-emption was not the sole prerogative of any one country.
Singh you have scored points during and after the meeting with Colin Powell. But does that mean India will pre-empt strikes on PoK? Should India GO for it now, when we still have "Internal" enemies to deal with?
The Islamic terrorism has spread to other states like W.Bengal, Delhi and recently Gujarat. With the ISI network having its presence in all Indian states, the Internal uprising of Muslims in the form of terror attacks, will be the most dangerous things India will face.
Sep 27, 2002: After wasting so many hours, in a major breakthrough in the probe into the terrorist strike at the Swaminarayan temple in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, the security agencies have identified the two Islamic terrorists as belonging to Pakistan.
While one of them was identified as Mohammed Amjad of Lahore, the other is Hafiz Yasir of Attock, the sources said. Both of them were killed in the shootout with National Security Guard commandos.
Sep 27, 2002: While asking India to observe "restraint" w.r.t Pakistan, the US today said any sovereign state can resort to pre-emptive or preventive strikes to avert an imminent danger.
"The right to resort to pre-emptive or preventive strikes is inherent in the sovereignty of a nation to protect itself," US Secretary of State Colin Powell said speaking before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
"The concept of pre-emptive strikes has been included in this year's Strategy Report to alert the public to the fact that terrorist threat is different from other threats. It could be applied to terrorists or to a country", Powell said.
US might have said w.r.t Iraq, but is the Vajpayee Government getting any message?
26 Sep 2002: "Vajpayee keeps repeating that we will not tolerate what is happening, but he does nothing." says Balasaheb Thakre. "We will quit the government rather than sit and watch our country being insulted"... THAT'S LIKE IT
25 Sep 2002: Temple Attack: Muslims are prepared... Are Hindus prepared? Documents found in the possession of the two Islamic terrorists has led officials to believe that they belonged to a terrorist outfit called Tehrik-e-Kasas-Gujarat. Roughly translated, the organisation would mean 'Movement for Revenge in Gujarat'.
24 Sep 2002: Swami Narayan Temple attacked. More than 25 Hindus killed by 3 Islamic terrorists. When 58 Hindus were burnt alive by Islamic Terrorist in Godhara, Muslims were also burnt alive -- tenfold.
One Temple attacked, will the Mosques be attacked now?
This Temple was attacked in Gujarat (NOT IN KASHMIR).
If Pandits could be driven out from Kashmir by Islamic terrorists, will Muslims be driven out from Gujarat?
Arise and Awake... Oh Hindus !!!!
Reuters Reports: Britain said on Tuesday that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had the military planning to launch a weapon of mass destruction at 45 minutes' notice. A dossier setting out Prime Minister Tony Blair's case for action against Iraq said Saddam was building up stocks of chemical and biological weapons and was "ready to use them".
Abu Salem was caught in Lisbon, Portugal. He is wanted in India. But is he really a Don, Gangster or a Criminal? NO Not at ALL !!!! He is an Islamic Terrorist who blaster-minded the bomb blasts on March 12, 1993, in Mumbai, the commercial capital of India. 257 people were killed, 713 were maimed, and public property worth Rs 27 crores was damaged by these Islamic terrorists. The media still calls him a mere Don? Should he crash planes in the Towers at Nariman Point area of Mumbai to prove that he was a Islamic terrorist?
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