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    It is sad to hear that the independence day of Pakistan was turned into a day of mourning for the families of 5 soldiers. We commend the bravery of these soldiers who killed 20 militants before losing their lives. Our condolences go out to the friends and families of the soldiers in this difficult time. The terrorists continue to reveal their evil plan by waging these attacks on Pakistani soil. We fully support Pakistan in its fight against terror. We must use our renewed alliance and go after these terrorists from all sides. We are confident of restoring peace in the region by combining our strength.


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    Nice words - the thing is forgive us of being sceptical with what you say, only your actions arent in line with what you do. We indeed are fighting the WOT for all trying to remove what was created by the USA and Saudi Arabia. The western world is constantly knocking all the efforts we make and do making insinuations of our involvement in terrorism. How would you respond with the constant inuendos. I suggest your action speak louder than your words sir.
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    R.I.P to our soldiers who laid their lives for Pakistan in the recent clash.
    Their sacrifices must never be forgotten.

    Pakistan has been cleansed of yet another batch of 20+ barbaric animals who believe our precious land is theirs.
    God bless the nation & God bless our Armed Forces.

    Keep the pressure up boys, let them feel the heat. This is OUR country, either live by our Pakistani standards or get the hell out of here. Sure as hell do not try and impose your own sick ideals upon our people.
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    Sad loss --- incredible sacrifices made by an incredible country. We will not forget these deaths. Let us pray for the families they leave behind
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    More brave souls lost. May they rest in peace and find their places in heaven. Prayer for the ones they leave behind

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    Eight terrorists killed in Orakzai

    ORAKZAI: At least eight terrorists were killed and four injured in clashes with security officials in Manmuzai area of Orakzai on Friday. Two security officials also sustained injuries in the attacks. According to details, the clashes occurred when insurgents ambushed security forces during a routine search in Mulbar, Tehsil Mor City Zara of Manmuzai area. Security forces killed up to eight terrorists during the operation. Two security personnel sustained injuries in the attack. The injured soldiers were identified as Ikram and Rasheed and were shifted to the Combined Military Hospital (CMH). Meanwhile, security forces also conducted a door-to-door search operation in Goundi Kalay, Mala Patti and Koronchi areas. The forces recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition and explosive material from caves in the areas. online
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    Air strikes kill eight militants: Officials

    At least eight militants were killed and two bunkers of militants were destroyed in air strikes in Orakzai and Khyber agencies on Saturday.

    According to an official of the security forces, three jet fighters of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) bombed two hideouts of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants in Gawak area of Orakzai and Mathra area of Khyber Agencies, adding that the strike was carried out at around 8:00 pm.

    The official added that one jet targeted a hideout of Aslam Farooq, a TTP commander of Lower Orakzai Agency chapter, while two fighter planes struck a TTP bunker in Mathra area of Khyber Agency. “The fighters dropped two bombs on Gwak and eight in Mathra,” the official added.

    However, sources said security forces were facing resistance from militants in Mamozai, Ali Khel and Gwak areas of the agency since they share a border with the troubled Khyber Agency from where militants infiltrate into Orakzai and target the armed forces.
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    Six militants killed in Khyber Agency shelling

    BARA: At least six militants were killed and five others injured in shelling by security forces on suspected hideouts on Sunday. According to details, security forces targeted the suspected hideouts in Tirah Valley of Khyber Agency with jet planes. One hideout of the militants was destroyed in the shelling, resulting in the killing of six militants and leaving five others injured. Sources said that the militants killed in the security forces’ action belonged to the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). inp
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    Five militants killed by security forces

    PESHAWAR: At least five militants were killed by security forces when Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) attacked a check-post on Pak-Afghan border in Lower Dir on Friday, DawnNews reported.

    According to the officials, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), attacked Pakistani security forces’ check-post from Afghanistan’s area Ankalsar, Maskini Dara, and Samar Bagh.

    In another incident, in Upper Orakzai Agency, security forces bombed the militant hideout in the area of Mumzai and killed eight militants.

    Two militant hideouts were also destroyed.

    Five militants killed by security forces | DAWN.COM

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    11 killed as cross-border attacks repulsed

    KHAR / TIMERGARA: At least 11 militants and two volunteers of a tribal Lashkar were killed and five civilians injured when Afghan-based Pakistani militants attacked border villages in Bajaur Agency and Lower Dir district on Thursday night and Friday.

    The Tehrik Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for the Bajaur attack.

    Officials told Dawn that over 100 militants from across the border entered Batwar village in Tehsil Salarzai, 50km northwest of Khar, on Friday and started firing on the posts set up by Salarzai Qaumi Lashkar.

    The sources said that militants held civilians hostage and took positions atop their houses. ďDozens of Lashkar volunteers rushed to the area soon after the attack and exchanged heavy fire with the assailants,Ē said Jandol Khan, a resident of the area.

    The firing continued till the evening in which six militants and two Lashkar men were killed and five civilians injured.

    Earlier on Thursday night, five intruders were killed in an exchange of fire with security forces in Miskini Darra area of Lower Dir, officials said.

    They said the militants belonging to the Hafiz Kochwan group of Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan sneaked into the villages of Ankal Sar and Miskini Darra from Afghanistan and fired rockets on
    check-posts.

    Security forces retaliated with heavy gunfire and killed five militants, the sources said. The gunbattle continued for more than three hours during which attackers took away the bodies of their comrades, they said.

    ďMilitants will never be allowed to come back and settle in Pakistani villages,Ē a security official said while talking to journalists in Timergara on Friday.

    The TTP claimed responsibility for the Bajaur attack. The banned organisationís spokesman Ihsanullah Ihsan told reporters from an unidentified place that the Taliban would continue to launch attacks in the area till people withdrew their support for the government.
    11 killed as cross-border attacks repulsed | DAWN.COM

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    Militants take villagers hostage in Bajaur
    July 2012

    KHAR: Dozens of militants coming from Afghanistan took scores of villagers hostage in Pakistan’s northwest Thursday, sparking fighting that killed at least 10 people, Pakistani officials said.


    The militants who staged the cross-border attack appeared to be targeting members of an anti-Taliban militia in Katkot village near Pakistan’s Bajaur tribal area, said Tariq Khan, a local government official.


    Pakistan has railed against Afghan and Nato forces for not doing enough to stop Afghanistan-based militants from launching cross-border attacks, but has received little sympathy. The US and Afghan governments, on the other hand, have long complained that Pakistan allows sanctuary to militants fighting in Afghanistan.

    The militants who attacked Thursday came from Afghanistan’s Kunar province and took hundreds of villagers hostage, including anti-Taliban militiamen, said Khan.

    The Pakistani army surrounded the village and killed eight militants, prompting the insurgents to retaliate by shooting to death two militiamen, he added.

    Soldiers have retrieved scores of villagers, but dozens more are still held by the militants or trapped in their homes by the fighting, said Khan and two security officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media.

    The army called in gunship helicopters for support but have not used them yet for fear of civilian casualties, said Khan.

    The information could not be independently verified because the area is largely off-limits to reporters.

    The Pakistani military launched a massive offensive against the Taliban in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Swat Valley in 2009, and many militants were captured and imprisoned.

    The leader of the Taliban in Swat, Maulana Fazlullah, escaped and is believed to be based in eastern Afghanistan, where he has been sending fighters back across the border to attack northwest Pakistan.

    The Pakistani Taliban have killed thousands of soldiers, police and civilians over the past few years, declaring war on the government to get it to break ties with the United States and establish Islamic law throughout the country.

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    At least 28 militants killed in Bajaur Agency
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    PESHAWAR: At least 28 militants were killed and 15 arrested in Bajaur Agency’s Salarzai area in a clash between security forces and militants at Pak-Afghan border on Saturday, DawnNews reported.

    The security forces attacked shelled the main lodgings of militants using gunship helicopters.

    According to the security forces, several militants’ hideouts were destroyed during the attack.

    At least 28 militants killed in Bajaur Agency | DAWN.COM
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    Bajaur clash leaves 36 dead: Officials
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    PESHAWAR: An operation to clear Taliban militants from a volatile area of Pakistan’s northwest on Monday left 36 dead including three soldiers and two members of a government supported peace committee, officials said.

    Armed forces had launched the operation to clear the village of Batwar, which lies in the Bajaur tribal district, of Taliban militants who had crossed over from the neighbouring Kunar province of Afghanistan.

    “During the clash, 31 militants were killed while three security personnel embraced martyrdom,” a senior official of the paramilitary Frontier Corps told AFP.

    “Two members of the peace committee also embraced martyrdom while five security personnel got injured,” he said.

    Most of the area has now been cleared of militants, but the operation still continues to flush out the remaining fighters, another official said.

    It was not possible to confirm the death toll independently because the far-flung district is inaccessible to media and aid workers.


    still heavy gunfight in Bajaur...

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    Pakistan army kills 18 militants as fighting rages

    PESHAWAR: Pakistani security forces killed 18 Taliban militants on Thursday in Bajaur region, a military official said, in the fourth straight day of fighting which has cast doubt on the effectiveness of crackdowns on militant groups.

    Pakistanís military, one of the largest in the world, has launched a series of offensives against the Taliban over the past few years in Bajaur and other parts of the ethnic Pashtun tribal belt in the northwest near the Afghan border.

    On Wednesday, Taliban militants attacked an army post and killed eight soldiers in the South Waziristan tribal region.

    Military sources said four soldiers have been killed in the Bajaur fighting and several went missing.

    Pakistan has said military operations have severely weakened the militants, and their fighters have been cleared out of Bajaur and other regions along the porous border.

    The military, which has declared victory in those areas, said the militants killed on Thursday included two commanders from the Taliban branch that controlled the Swat Valley, before an army offensive cleared the group from there in 2009.

    Their presence in Bajaur underscores how militants simply melt away when the military steps up pressure and turn up elsewhere to press on with their violent campaign to topple the US-backed government.

    The commander who led the Taliban in Swat, Fazlullah, fled to Afghanistan and has been orchestrating cross-border raids against Pakistani security forces, sending hundreds of fighters at a time to stage deadly ambushes and attacks on army posts.

    This month, militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons fought their way into one of Pakistanís largest air bases in a brazen challenge to the nuclear-armed countryís powerful military.

    Pakistanís Taliban, who are close to al Qaeda, allied with the Afghan Taliban and seen as the biggest security threat to Pakistan, claimed responsibility for that assault.

    Pakistan army kills 18 militants as fighting rages | DAWN.COM
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    Good job.....

    Can anyone tell me about possible scenarios as far as Afghan Taliban going against Pakistan just like Pakistani Taliban and TTP ? What might be the situation past 2014. Will the attack on Afghanistan's govt. or militants opting for new target as Pakistan ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRAIT View Post
    Good job.....

    Can anyone tell me about possible scenarios as far as Afghan Taliban going against Pakistan just like Pakistani Taliban and TTP ? What might be the situation past 2014. Will the attack on Afghanistan's govt. or militants opting for new target as Pakistan ?

    I want before 2014 to tighten our border control as an urgent priority as i am sure there will be a case for anarchy. I am concerned we wont be able to cage these monsters in. It really is a concern.
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    Please merge this to the proper thread- http://www.pakistanaffairs.pk/pakist...html#post22132

    Fourth day straight heavy battles in Bajaur

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorRX707 View Post
    Please merge this to the proper thread- http://www.pakistanaffairs.pk/pakist...html#post22132

    Fourth day straight heavy battles in Bajaur
    Done. It has been merged
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    Pakistan army kills 18 militants as fighting rages

    PESHAWAR: Pakistani security forces killed 18 Taliban militants on Thursday in Bajaur region, a military official said, in the fourth straight day of fighting which has cast doubt on the effectiveness of crackdowns on militant groups.

    Pakistanís military, one of the largest in the world, has launched a series of offensives against the Taliban over the past few years in Bajaur and other parts of the ethnic Pashtun tribal belt in the northwest near the Afghan border.

    On Wednesday, Taliban militants attacked an army post and killed eight soldiers in the South Waziristan tribal region.

    Military sources said four soldiers have been killed in the Bajaur fighting and several went missing.

    Pakistan has said military operations have severely weakened the militants, and their fighters have been cleared out of Bajaur and other regions along the porous border.

    The military, which has declared victory in those areas, said the militants killed on Thursday included two commanders from the Taliban branch that controlled the Swat Valley, before an army offensive cleared the group from there in 2009.

    Their presence in Bajaur underscores how militants simply melt away when the military steps up pressure and turn up elsewhere to press on with their violent campaign to topple the US-backed government.

    The commander who led the Taliban in Swat, Fazlullah, fled to Afghanistan and has been orchestrating cross-border raids against Pakistani security forces, sending hundreds of fighters at a time to stage deadly ambushes and attacks on army posts.

    This month, militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons fought their way into one of Pakistanís largest air bases in a brazen challenge to the nuclear-armed countryís powerful military.

    Pakistanís Taliban, who are close to al Qaeda, allied with the Afghan Taliban and seen as the biggest security threat to Pakistan, claimed responsibility for that assault.

    http://dawn.com/2012/08/31/pakistan-...ighting-rages/

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    Good news. Keep fighting the scum - my prayers are with you guys and may you all return safely to your loved ones.

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    Kill every Taliban. They are evil and great threat for us. Need full offensive.
    No middle way.

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