Fight War On Terrorism, Religious aggression, and superstition

March 3, 2009


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Gunmen have attacked a bus carrying the Sri Lankan cricket team on its way to play in the Pakistani city of Lahore.


6 Sri Lankan cricketers were reported injured including wicketkeeper batsman Kumar Sangakkara, Tilan Samaraweer and Ajantha Mendis in a shootout at Lahore in Pakistan this morning (March 3).The visiting Sri Lankan cricketers were on their way to the Gaddafi international stadium minutes before the commence 3rd day’s of play of the second test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. 



Thilan Samaraweera (hospital)

Tharanga Paranavitana (hospital)

Mahela Jayawardene

Kumar Sangakkara

Ajantha Mendis

Suranga Lakmal

Chaminda Vaas

Assistant coach Paul Farbrace



Reports suggest 12 gunmen ambushed the team coach and its accompanying police detail on the Liberty Square roundabout in the heart of Lahore, as the convoy was on the way to the Gaddafi stadium for a Test match.


According to available information, gunmen who had arrived in a white car had opened indiscriminate small arms and RPG grenade attacks at the  bus and the escort vehicles that was transferring the Sri Lankan cricketers to the stadium. 

Security fears

Islamist insurgents who have staged high-profile attacks on civilian targets before are out of control, they are threat to all nation.


Pakistani terrorists had a plan to kidnap all players and keep hostage for their big benefit and demand. The lawless country is run by corrupted leaders have become a safe haven for terrorist organization. They attacked India time and again. And Pakistan has supported.

Eight people including five policemen were killed in the shoot out.

Sri Lankan tour has been called off after the attack. Intense trade of fire occurred between police and unknown attackers. CCPO Lahore Habibur Rehman said there were 12 attackers carrying rocket launchers; hand grenade, Kalashnikovs and Mousers who reportedly reached the site in rickshaws.








In a coordinated attack, the assailants ambushed the convoy carrying the squad and match officials at a traffic circle 100 yards (meters) from the main sports stadium in the eastern city of Lahore, triggering a 15-minute gunbattle with police guarding the vehicles.

None of the attackers was killed or captured at the scene, city police chief Haji Habibur Rehman said. Authorities did not speculate on the identities of the attackers or their motives.

The attack reinforced perceptions that nuclear-armed Pakistan is veering out of control under militant attack and will end hopes of international cricket teams — or any sports teams — playing in the country for months, if not years. Even before the incident, most cricket teams choose not to tour the country because of security concerns.



Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Sherry Rehman told

Attack on Sri Lankan team is an attempt to spoil Pak reputation . In an exclusive chat with Geo News, Sherry said president and prime minister have strongly denounced the attack and prime minister has ordered immediate enquiry of the incident and a report would be compiled soon.

She said security forces took the control of the area and there is no need to be panic. Foolproof security arrangements were made for the team. Governor Punjab Salman Taseer was also reached the scene soon after the attack.

 The TV news says the way the Pakistan authority is investigating the location and used arms it is apparent that they are destroying the evidence of crime.  Without wearing gloves and precaution measure they are handling   arms , used articles and everything  arbitrarily in the crime location. This evidence show Pakistan authority will not arrest and book the perpetrators to justice. 


Some interesting fact:

Pakistan is the center or link of most terror activities in the past  occured in South Asia , Middle East even in America and Europe .

Most terrorism done by Taliban, Al-quida, Laskar-e-Taiba etc. and ISI linked

Most terrorists are Muslim and their faith is Islam.

Most Muslim countries have some terrorism support, they say jehad or sharia law.

Most Muslim are religious they think  Koran is their only book of knowledge, so they don’t care for education and knowledge. But they are jealous of western lifestyle and well-off condition.

The most places Muslim dominate turn into hell, they ruin the economy, they ruin political stability, they ruin education and science ,freedom, freedom of expression, civilization, human rights etc.

Most Muslim try to turn a country into an Islamic country whenever they get majority.

Most Muslim show religious and bigot when others show secular and tolerant.

Pakistan and other Muslim countries speak a lot lies they call it a diplomacy.




 Drawing attention and sympathy  from International community Pakistan made it a regular practice . Every time it promises to curb terrorism and welfare of Pakistanis, as soon as the resource reaches them they use the money/resources  via ISI for terrorism and islamisation, because they believe They can have a share in Kashmir in the pretext of Azad Kashmir.

International community knows well India and Pakistan was created out of British India. And princely state Kashmir has legally and willfully has joined India. Pakistan has to free the part of Kashmir they illegally occupied.  They think only proxy war by terrorist outfit can materialize their unborn dream.

It has been noticed the more civilized nation want to avoid war and pamper  Muslim, the more Muslim countries think they are expanding and winning. It should be checked.


Are UN, International Communities and US so fool that for last sixty years a country become so fragile and weak it is ruled sometimes by civilian Government and some time  by military dictator it is always demanding money and resources and promising all false.


The Indian government, which had ordered its players to steer clear of Pakistan, said the incident proved Islamabad was doing nothing to combat known militant networks.

‘It reminds us it is the responsibility of the incumbent government to take all precautions and all steps, particularly when the international community wants member countries to take certain positive steps to fight against terrorism,’ Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee told reporters.

India’s Minister of State for External Affairs Anand Sharma said the attack underscored ‘the enormity of the threat’ emerging from Pakistan, while India’s governing Congress party branded Pakistan ‘the epicentre and fountainhead of terror.’

‘Every country in the world must unite against this scourge by isolating the country and demanding immediate concrete results,’ Congress spokesman Abhishek Singhvi said.


After joining the so-called “war on terror” following the attacks on the United States in September 2001, Pakistan saw a significant rise in attacks by tribal movements and groups linked to the Taliban and al-Qaeda.

The security forces have borne much of the brunt of the violence but hundreds of civilians have also been killed.


Sept 2001: New Zealand pull out of Pakistan tour following US military action in Afghanistan after 9/11 attacks; West Indies and Australia move games to neutral venues.


May 2002: New Zealand cancel tour of Pakistan after explosion outside team’s Karachi hotel


July 10: More than 100 people are killed as Pakistani security forces storm the Lal Masjid (Red Mosque) and a neighbouring religious school in Islamabad. The military operation came at the end of a long siege prompted by students seizing a number of police officers.

The crackdown at the mosque followed an anti-vice campaign by administrators in which students harassed music and video shop owners and abducted a number of women accused of being prostitutes.

The bloody end to the siege undermined the reputation of the security forces and led to an upsurge in attacks.

July 14: At least 23 paramilitary troops die and 27 others are wounded when a suicide bomber rams an explosives-packed car into their convoy in the town of Miranshah in North Waziristan region near the border with Afghanistan.

July 15: Another 49 people are killed and hundreds injured in a suicide attack and a number of car bombings across the North West Frontier Province in an apparent retaliation for the Lal Masjid operation.

More than half the deaths came in a suicide attack on the Dera Ismail Khan police recruitment centre.

July 27: A suspected suicide bomber kills at least 13 people at the Muzaffar hotel in Aabpara, Islamabad, after hundreds of stone-throwing protesters clash with police as the Lal Masjid reopened.

About 140 people in total lose their lives to suicide attacks in the month following the mosque raid.


Two suicide blasts in Rawalpindi injured at least 66 people [EPA]

September 4: At least 25 people are killed and 66 injured in two suicide bomb blasts in high security areas of Rawalpindi during morning rush hour.

The first blast took place near Qasim Market where a defence ministry bus carrying about 38 civilians and uniformed officials was hit, killing 18 people.

Five minutes later, a second blast took place behind the military’s general headquarters killing seven people.

October 18: The convoy of Benazir Bhutto, a former prime minister and leader of the opposition Pakistan People’s Party, is attacked by a suicide bomber shortly after she returns from self-imposed exile.

Bhutto survives the blast in Karachi, but about 140 people are killed and more than 450 injured.

October 30: A police checkpoint in the high security zone of Rawalpindi, less than one kilometre from Musharraf’s camp office, is hit by a suicide bomber killing seven people, three of them policemen, and injuring 31 others.

November 24: Thirty people are killed in two suicide attacks in Rawalpindi.

In the first incident, a suicide bomber crashed his car into a bus carrying Inter-Services Intelligence officials to work, killing 28 officials and a bystander.2008

January 10: A suicide bomber walks up to police officers outside the high court in Lahore and detonates his explosives. Nineteen people die, including 16 police and three passers-by.

In the second attack another suicide bomber attempted to enter the General Headquarters (GHQ), blowing himself up when he is asked to identify himself.

December 21: A suicide bomb blast targeting Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, head of Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party, kills at least 57 people and injures more than 100 at Jamia Masjid Sherpao, in Charsadda District.

December 27: Bhutto is killed in a second suicide bombing after a rally in Rawalpindi. More than 20 other people are also killed in the blast.

Another 47 people die in riots following the attack as protesters blame Musharraf’s government for failing to provide adequate security for the opposition leader.


An explosion at an election rally in Charsaddain northwestern Pakistan leaves at least 25 people dead. The attack is believed to be targeting members of the secular ANP party, the leader of which was assassinated two days earlier. 

February 9: An explosion at an election rally in Charsaddain northwestern Pakistan leaves at least 25 people dead. The attack is believed to be targeting members of the secular ANP party, the leader of which was assassinated two days earlier.

February 18: Aaj TV reports that at least 24 people are killed and nearly 200 injured in election-related violence.

February 29: About 38 people are killed and 75 injured when a suicide bomber blew himself up in Mingora in Swat District  during the funeral of a senior police officer who had been killed just hours earlier. 

March 2: At least 40 people die when a suicide bomber attacks a traditional tribal meeting in the Darra Adam Kheil region, near the city of Peshawar.

March 11: Twin suicide car bomb strikes in Lahore kill 24 people, most of them in an attack on a government security office in the eastern city.

March 15: A bomb is thrown over the wall of an Italian restaurant in Islamabad, a favourite hangout for foreigners.

A Turkish woman is killed and several others, including four FBI agents, are hurt.


The Marriott blast was said to have the ‘hallmarks’ of an al-Qaeda attack [AFP]

May 18: A bomb attack on the Army’s Punjab Regimental Centre market in the city of Mardan kills at least 13 people, including four soldiers.

This was the second attack in Mardan, a month after a car bomb on April 25 killed three and injured 26 people.

June 2: A suicide bomber blows up a car outside the Danish embassy in Islamabad killing at least six people and wounding about 20.

A message purporting to be from al-Qaeda claims responsibility for the blast and suggests it was a response to the re-publication of cartoons portraying the Prophet Muhammad.

July 6: A suspected suicide blast targets police officers deployed to provide security for a rallly marking the one-year anniversary of the Lal Msjid siege.

August 21: At least 59 people are killed by two suicide bombings as they arrive for work at an arms factory in the town of Wah, 30km west of Islamabad.

The Pakistani Taliban claim the attack which takes place just days after Pervez Musharraf steps down as president.

September 3: Snipers fire at Prime Minister Gilani’s motorcade in a failed assassination attempt.

September 20: Over 50 people killed and hundreds injured in suicide bombing at Islamabad’s Marriott hotel. The Taliban denied a role in the blast, but US intelligence said the attack had the “hallmarks” of an al-Qaeda operation.

November 2: At least eight Pakistani soldiers killed in suicide attack in South Waziristan, close to Afghan border, hours before arrival in Pakistan of David Petraeus, the head of US Central Command.

December 5: A car bomb kills 20 people and injures at least 45 others in Peshawar. The attack destroyed a hotel, a mosque and set fire to several shops.

Police officials said that chemicals intented to spread the fire were contained in the bomb.

December 28: At least 30 people are killed in a suicide car bomb blast at a polling station near Buner, a town in the North West Frontier Province during a by-election for a provincial assembly.


February 5: At least 24 people are killed and 50 others injured in a suspected suicide bombing near a Shia mosque in Dera Ghazi Khan, a town in central Pakistan.

February 20: At least 30 people killed and more than 60 others wounded in a suicide bomb attack on a funeral procession in the city of Dera Ismail Khan in North West Frontier Province.

March 3: At least five policemen killed and six members of the Sri Lankan cricket team injured in attack in eastern city of Lahore.


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