India wants Pakistan declared terror state

Long overdue, but better late than never. 

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Release of nuclear scientist raises concern


Pakistan is a nation build on Islam and nothing but Islam. An economic basket case, forever dependent on the jiziya (some call it aid) from infidel nation states. America alone has given Pakistan some 30 billion dollars, which is largely unaccounted for and only encouraged Pakistan’s jihadists to ask for more, by right, without gratitude, as if we owed it to them. Pakistan breeds Islamic terrorists in thousands of madrassahs across the country, indoctrinates them with hatred and the desire to kill and die for Allah. Nobody should be surprised when most terrorists today come from Pakistan. 

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NEW DELHI (, Reuters)

India on Saturday said the international community should consider declaring Pakistan a terrorist state in light of the country’s release of a scientist who sold nuclear secrets around the globe.

“It is time for the international community to think whether to declare Pakistan a terrorist country,” Manish Tewari, the ruling Congress party spokesman said in New Delhi, in reference to the end from house arrest of Pakistani nuclear Abdul Qadeer Khan.

Khan, the man at the centre of the world’ most serious nuclear proliferation scandal, was released on Friday after five years of house arrest.


Revered by many Pakistanis as the father of the country’s atomic bomb, he confessed to selling nuclear secrets to Iran, North Korea and Libya in 2004. He was immediately pardoned by the government, although his movements were restricted.

India’s Congress party, which faces election in April, where security is likely to be a major voting issue, said Khan’s release was a serious security concern.

“Defending him proves Pakistan as not only an exporter of terrorism, but has also given rise to doubts of certain countries, including (United States) America, that nuclear weapons could go into the hands of terrorists,” Tiwari told reporters.

Earlier, the Indian army chief said militant camps in Pakistan were thriving and had increased in the past year, as India put pressure on Islamabad to bring militants behind last November’s attacks in Mumbai to justice.

“I would not talk about the numbers specifically right now…but infrastructure is existing and active,” General Deepak Kapoor told the Press Trust of India (PTI). 

India has said the militant attack on its financial capital Mumbai November last year, in which 179 people were killed, was planned from a camp in Pakistan. 

Relations between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan have been strained since then, with India saying Pakistan was not doing enough to rein in militants.

Indian Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon said this week Pakistan’s main spy agency was linked to planners of the Mumbai attacks. 

Pakistan has denied any involvement by state agencies and said it was investigating a dossier of information from India, to which it will reply next week.

How dare you call us intolerant

Andrew Bolt – Saturday, February 14, 2009 

One bad way to rebutt a criticism of your faith is to confirm it:

The editor and publisher of The Statesman, a highly respected Kolkata based English daily, have been arrested on charges of “hurting the religious feelings” of Muslims because they printed a piece written last month by Independent columnist Johann Hari.

Hari, a liberal athiest, penned the comment piece, “Why should I respect oppressive religions?”, at the end of January and it was later syndicated by The Statesman. In the article, Hari (somewhat prophetically) lamented how the right to criticise a religion is being steadily eroded around the world.

Muslim protestors in Kolkata, West Bengal, have been causing havoc outside The Statesman’s offices since it ran the article on Feb 5th and police have even used baton charges to disperse them. Staff at The Statesman have had to barricade their front doors for much of the past three days and rely on police escorts to get them to their workplace, which is situated just opposite the Tipu Sultan Masjid, Kolkata’s largest mosque.