Breaking News: Deadly Blasts In Benazir’s Procession

I’ve just tuned into my TV set here, and I can see some really disturbing images on my screen (PG advised by Geo). Apparently it looks like a couple of blasts have taken place some where at Shahrah-e-Faisal in the midst of Benazir Bhutto’s procession that was heading towards the Quaid’s mausoleum. Different news agencies are reporting different figures for the number of the dead, but Geo have confirmed that at least 53 have died. Emergency has been declared at Jinnah and Civil hospital, and more numbers about the dead are constantly coming in from other hospitals.

Pakistan People’s Party officials have confirmed that Benazir along with other senior party officials are fine and have been safely transported to Bilawal House. The two blasts (the second of which was stronger) took close to Benazir Bhutto’s bus have nevertheless resulted in minor injuries for senior partly officials, including Fauzia Wahab, who just told Geo that she has a minor injury on her hand. She was in the bus in which Bhutto was traveling, and according to her eye witness account, the blasts took place in two empty mobile police vans located near the bus in which Mrs. Bhutto and her compatriots were traveling. Horrible scenes are being shown across the all the news channels: body parts lying around, fires breaking out, ambulances running in every direction, what a truly, horrible, disgusting incident! And what a horrible mindset those who have planned it have, it sickens me. God protect us. More updates as and when I can get them.

Update 1:

No one is confirming yet if this was a suicide attack or not. From the interior ministry, Mr. Cheema has said they’re trying to determine the cause. Latest footage from the time of the blast is showing high profile leaders including Sherry Rehman and Begum Abida Hussain leaving the truck minutes after the blast. Many of the leaders coming out of the buss appeared injured from splinters. Meanwhile, disturbing numbers continue to come out of hospitals. Jinnah Hospital has now put the number of dead bodies that have arrived in their hospital at 22; 80 people are reportedly seriously injured. At Civil Hospital, 19 bodies have been confirmed dead, 14 are seriously injured. At Liaqat National, number of dead bodies arrived is being put at 30, and more then 80 injured. A call for blood donations has already been made. One hopes TV channels remember some basic journalistic ethics in these times, its all good to give accurate information and breaking news as it happens, but showing mutilated body parts lying around? That is going too far.

Update 2: Geo have now actually showed live footage of the blasts as it happened! It appeared dangerously closed to the bus, I must say. Benazir was apparently resting inside the buss when the blasts happened. In other developments, the President, Prime Minister and Minister of Information have all strongly condemned the incident. The Governor of Sindh Ishrat ul Aibad, who also condemned the incident, has just declared that all educational institutions will be remain closed today. Several journalists including a local private TV channel cameraman have now been identified among the dead. The exact location of the blasts has now been identified as under the Karsaz Bridge. Dead bodies and the injured are now also being taken to Agha Khan Hospital. The total number of dead so far is now being put at at least 78.

Update 3: SSP Raja Umer Khatab is now saying that the blast was indeed a suicide bomb. And that the attacker’s body parts have been found. Number of dead now increased to 85. God help us. Eye witnesses are now reporting that in addition to ambulances, private cars, including rickshaws and taxis, are now taking the injured to nearby hospitals. Correspondents near Bilawal House are now telling us that almost all roads leading to Mrs. Bhutto’s residence have been closed and only senior party officials are being allowed inside. Mrs. Bhutto, is reportedly, heading a high-level emergency party “ijlas” (meeting).

Update 4: Fire brigade and other rescue facilities are now reaching the scene of the blasts. Mustafa Kamal is now speaking to Geo and saying that the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital has plenty of free resources, and some of the overload of injured reaching Jinnah and Civil should be transported there. Jinnah Hospital is apparently so cramped that there isn’t space left to treat people even on the floor. President Musharraf has just directed all army hospitals to take in as many injured as they can. Kamran Khan is describing the scene of the incidents as resembling “the day of judgment”. Meanwhile, news is coming in from Washington that the United States has very strongly condemned the attacks, hoping that they would not “derail the democratic process”. Ishrat ul Aibad has also spoken to Geo and told Kamran Khan that all the city’s resources are being “mobilized” to deal with the emergency. Repeated call for blood donations is also being made, though reporters from Jinnah Hospital add that security outside the hospital it self has been increased in fear of further attacks. God truly help us.

Update 5: Shahbaz Sharif, from London, has also condemned the incident, sympathising with the families of the dead, and praying for the speedy recovery of the injured. He’s saying the future is looking bleak, while expressing relief that the “Muhtarma” is safe. Authorities in Hyderabad have also decided that all educational institutions will remain closed today. Questions are being asked everywhere: were the security measures taken enough or with such a large procession, it was logistically impossible to prevent such an incident? Despite statements from some officials, the wazereh-e-dakhla is saying it is too soon to speculate, and that we’d need to determine the nature of blast beyond doubt first. Aaj TV is now confirming the number of dead as 100. ARY 1 World correspondent Salman Iqbal is now speaking emotionally about the lack of protection given to journalists and media men. The ARY 1 cameraman who died at Jinnah Hospital a few moments ago was identified as a Mr. Arif, Salman Iqbal said he was one of ARY’s oldest serving camera men being with ARY since 1998. Another Dawn News cameraman is reportedly seriously injured as well. Asif Zardari has spoken to Geo as well, condemning the accidents. Associated Press is now putting the number of dead at at least 108.

Update 6: The death and injured toll is steadily rising, almost all channels are now putting the total number of dead above 100. The Secretary General of the United Nations Kofi Anan has joined other leaders in condemning the incidents. Geo is putting the number of dead at 124 and the number of injured at no less than 545. CNN is now saying that of the two attacks one was suicide bomb and the other was due to some explosives placed in a vehicle. I doubt the various accounts about the exact nature of blasts at this stage can be trusted, we may not know them for sure until a full inquiry is launched. Meanwhile, there’s no news yet from Benazir her self, the fact that it is now 3:20 am in Karachi may be one explanation for her silence. Zardari did tell both Geo and Aaj that he had spoken to “Bibi”, and that she was tired after her extensive journey today but would address a formal press conference soon.

Update 7: It is the wee hours of the morning here, and I haven’t obviously been out, but I can see the disgust these incidents have caused in ordinary people, in the comments section here as well as in status messages at Facebook. But I can also see a sense of fear and insecurity. What happens next? Will we get out of our homes tomorrow? Schools and colleges have already been closed, but can Karachi businesses cope with another day off from work? There’s a slide running on Geo which quotes the I.G. Sindh as saying there are further “threats” to Benazir’s security. Now that’s the bit that’s really concerning for me, not because of what my own political ideologies are or that I support Benaiz Bhutto, but because I live five minutes off Bilawal House and because of what this entails for our troubled city as a whole. Please keep safe. Meanwhile, more leaders continue to condemn the blasts and express their sympathies for the dead and injured. Latest to join is the que is MQM chief Altaf Hussain, who is urging people to help the injured by donating blood.

Update 8: Not much in terns of “new” news is now coming in. Instead, every one is trying to reflect on all that has already happened. Thankfully, in a rare display of sensitivity, most of the Pakistani political figures that have come out and spoken on the blasts to date have refrained from indulging in an outright blame game and instead showing sympathy for those who were directly affected by this. To finish this thread, I’ll quote the pertinent prayer commentator Ramla made in one of the comments here:

It is my sincere hope that when the Sun rises today, there is no blame-mongering. That the politicians and the establishment and the citizens realize no one if going off the planet in a hurry. It is us, all this is us, and we have to own up to our own people and politicians and selves. Fantasies of shoulds, musts, and wishes cannot be given rein.

I wish that with the new sun comes a steeled resolve, a commitment to cleanse the part and move on to the future of Pakistan en masse, to understand that we can sooner cut out own body off than wish away the rot that is the collective result of our actions and inactions.

I wish that the citizens of Pakistan be maturer and wiser… that is not to be for or against a particular party, but to understand that human freedom lies in making choices in the toughest of circumstances.

Wish you a new day, no matter what, Dear Pakistan!

Amen! Our thoughts and prayers are with the injured and the families of the dead. May the Almighty take to task those responsible for these inhumane events. Wishing you all a better, safer and peaceful day tomorrow!

45 Comments so far

  1. ALAM (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 2:18 am

    Goddamn it, we missed her agaian…

    Laa-nat ho Altaf bhai or Osama Bhai, aap donoN par.


  2. Zainub (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 2:33 am

    Alam, can you show any sensitivity at all to the gravity of the occasion? Scores of innocent people have died, and that’s the best you can come up with?


  3. Ali (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 2:34 am

    BB stand for:

    Benazir Bhtto
    Bomb Blast


  4. Hasan Mubarak (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 2:35 am

    God save us!


  5. ALAM (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 2:39 am

    @Zainub

    [edited out: personal attack]

    I would have been sensitive if BB were dead…maybe dropped a tear or two


  6. Talal Khawaja (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 2:54 am

    Missed again ….when will she die ..lol lol , she is doing this shit herself to get sympathy from uneducated pakistanis


  7. xyz (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:01 am

    This is so tragic I am extremely shocked and sad. Such loss of common people’s lives in moments is heart breaking! I am keeping my fingers crossed to see who did it after the investigations are done.

    Zainab, can you please delete Alam’s comments above? It’s time like these when people like Alam can atleast show some maturity, respect and love/empathy towards the fellow countrymen regardless of their class, colour, language, political party. And Alam, please brother don’t start thrashing me now, I’m not from PPP or any party and I have nothing against you. The least you can do is be humble on a public blog to a writer who made an effort to report an incident. Thank you.


  8. ALAM (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:05 am

    @Talal Khawaja

    I am glad there is one intelligent perseon who thinks like me [edited out: personal attack]


  9. Jamal Shamsi (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:13 am

    Pray for Shaheed Policemen,

    Churail arrived and karachi is again in grip of death,

    Allah save Pakistan. Allah bless the innocents

    Evil and her devil crowd be burnt in HELL forever now and ever.


  10. Sarfaraz Soomro (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:16 am

    it’s such a shame Talal & Alam. You might have different feelings if there happened to be your loved ones among the injured and dead. Shame on you [edited out: personal attack].


  11. Ibrahim (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:23 am

    Salamalikum

    Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhir-raajioon…This is all drama and set up. These poor people were lured through money/food to this “qaflah” and now the bomb blasts were carried out so that the blame could be placed on others and in the future actions could be taken against the “prepatrators”. These people have no value these poor people’s lives. They are just fodder for their political gains.

    I can already hear the cries of Bhutto: “Look people, the day I arrived I was targetted by these fundamentalists. Now, we need to go after them to ‘protect’ Pakistan.” This is exactly the drama carried out by Mush and Aziz.

    Why is that the target is never actually hit and only people around the target die. Mush escaped (twice), Aziz escaped and now she escaped. All these attacks are carried out by themselves so that the blame could be placed on others to kill them in the future!

    The fact that someone from NWFP called that Bhutto will be attacked has no bearing here. If they get this much access, they will finish the job. This is a SET UP. May Allah forgive those who died and enter them in Jannah.


  12. ALAM (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:23 am

    Soomro bhai

    my loved ones r not that idiot to go to BB’s jalsa. And if they did, they wont see me again

    I have a feeling Karachi’s avg IQ increased today.

    PS: bhai, u were not in jalsa? bad for us
    PPS: How much we lost today and yesterday in Billions fo dollar for this BB jalsa? After q month (ramzan) of kaam chori, now we got this?


  13. Ibrahim (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:27 am

    actually the cry will be, which she has already used, “rise of extremism”. May Allah give her, Mush, Altaf, etc. what they deserve. Pray for the poor whose lives were shattered.


  14. iD (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:30 am

    I hate PPP, I hate BB
    but yes
    I hate these bombings too
    doesn’t matter if its US/NATO forces in Iraq and Afghanistan
    or alqaida in US or Pakistan
    or Pak Army in Waziristan

    I do condemn such acts
    May Allah save our country and give us guidance
    and guys please show some sensitivity towards them who lost their lives and got injured


  15. Sarfaraz Soomro (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:35 am

    i am not her supporter. I am just telling you to show some dignity to injured & dead. Political affiliation is every one’s right & u cannot just ask any one to go to hell if he/she supports some political leader.

    You should rather keep your feelings to yourself.
    That would help atleast.


  16. SELF (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:47 am

    @Ibrahim: All I can say after reading your pre-emptive defence for Mullahs is…chore kee dharee main tinka. You know as well as everyone else that most all suicide bombers originate from madrassas.


  17. kaduna2003 (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 4:02 am

    Thanks for the regular updates Zainab. Very tragic to hear about the casualties and the injured. My heart goes out to the victims of the terrorist attack.

    @Alam: we all know what a [edited out: reason: personal attack] supporter of terrorism you are. But thanks for sharing your other great attributes [edited out: personal attack] with us too. And to think you like to come on this forum and promote the virtues of humanity!. You are a [edited out: personal attack]. All talk about humanity but rejoice in the killing of others. How do you live with yourself?


  18. NOMAN (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 4:04 am

    What’s the difference between alam and self?

    [edited out: off topic]


  19. ashlea (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 4:22 am

    I logged on to find news of this horrific event. The greatest sadness is that I read so much evil here; I did not expect to find so much malice as in my own country. My heart goes out to all those injured, killed and to their families and friends. How pitiful are so many people who can only hate, hate, hate. Yet they actually believe that such slaughter is a good thing. What has happened to all the world’s humanity?


  20. Ramla A. (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 4:50 am

    Just when one slept in peace, amazed at the congenial political atmosphere in Karachi… MQM welcoming PPP… fortified security arrangements… the chill of the winds of change perceptible…

    there comes the news of the blast.

    As a Pakistani from Karachi, I am immuned to violence and inflation. The inflation in the price of living and the toll of death isn’t a news in itself. What, then, is news… or the heart of the matter… is the threat that Pakistan faces.

    I am not pro-PPP. I am not (completely) happy with Mush’s policies. But I feel (personally) that Pakistanis NEED A BREAK and to not fight the fights for their politicians. Personally I have come to terms with such things that a people can be represented by a violent leading party; and it’s happened to Basque Spain, to Northern Ireland, and to us. So we will move on to the next level of maturity if we accept the reality of the situation… that MQM and PPP etc are people’s representatives. That they are not going away, and when and if they do, there is no organically grown representative.

    So, I felt, it was time for “reconciliation” though this one is construed to a fault. Amidst all these thoughts, admist the difference between my human desire as a citizen who wants to be represented by spotless leaders and live in peace – and the reality of our socio-political lives, amidst a feeling of hope that had overcome a feeling of anxiety… this happens.

    A tragedy if there is one.

    It is my sincere hope that when the Sun rises today, there is no blame-mongering. That the politicians and the establishment and the citizens realize no one if going off the planet in a hurry. It is us, all this is us, and we have to own up to our own people and politicians and selves. Fantasies of shoulds, musts, and wishes cannot be given rein.

    I wish that with the new sun comes a steeled resolve, a committment to cleanse the part and move on to the future of Pakistan en masse, to understand that we can sooner cut out own body off than wish away the rot that is the collective result of our actions and inactions.

    I wish that the citizens of Pakistan be maturer and wiser… that is not to be for or against a particular party, but to understand that human freedom lies in making choices in the toughest of circumstances.

    Wish you a new day, no matter what, Dear Pakistan!


  21. Hamza (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 4:54 am

    It’s really sad to see the heartless comments from a few people on this post. Over a hundred people have died. Regardless of political affiliation, this terrorist attack must be condemned.


  22. FS (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 5:05 am

    It is by far the most Tragic incident in Pakistan’s political history.We need to stay united and show support to the families who have lost their loved ones tonight.I validate the fact that political opinions and affiliations are a matter of choice and at this moment our focus should be the state of affairs in our homeland and the dangers our people fface at the hands of these terrorist elements.May Allah help us and rest all the souls in peace that lost their lives today.


  23. Tessa (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 5:06 am

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Please take care. Tessa (from U.S.)


  24. iFaqeer (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 5:10 am

    What I’d like to see is BB, Farooq Sattar, and any other politician that cares to spend the time between now and January 15th going from home to home visiting the families of the people who died today.


  25. SELF (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 5:11 am

    [Quote from ATP]
    Akif Nizam says:October 18th, 2007 6:42 pm

    Ibrahim, I usually have a lot of respect for your views but this is the most dispicable comment you have ever posted on this blog. Before anyone could point the finger at the obvious perpetrators of this atrocity – fanatical mullahs opposed to women leaders – the very same people who said that they would blow away Benazir, you attempted to preempt the accusation by suggesting that she got her own supporters killed to gain popularity ? What an outrage ! And I thought you were one of the good ones.

    I am not a Benazir supporter at all but my blood is boiling at this turn of events. This is war if there ever was one ! And there is going to not one word said against the animals from Waziristan by the entire opposition and the religious establishment.
    [/Quote]


  26. Imran Anwar (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 5:45 am

    Who is to blame?

    http://imran.com/media/blog/2007/10/bhutto-bomb-blast-blame.html

    What do you think?

    Imran


  27. Ramla A. (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 6:00 am

    @ IFaqeer:

    Hear, hear!


  28. Ibrahim (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 6:22 am

    Salamalikum

    Since nobody was indulging in preemptive strike as the accusation was made and SELF has taken upon himself to be a mouthpiece of Akif, here is what I responded to Akif on ATP:

    With all due respect, Akif, I don’t set my principles and views based on popularity and that who thinks I’m “one of the good ones” on this blog. And, this was no preemptive attack. I came to read the comments on Lost Pakistaniat, saw Minai’s comments, checked out Jang and wrote what I felt. I don’t go by the line of thought that “oh, before somebody blames someone else let me throw mud at a different direction hoping for some of it to stick”. I might be wrong but this is the shewa of others on this blog.

    This is a somber moment and it’s somber every day in Pakistan. Let it go…I don’t want to argue this…


  29. Simon (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 9:15 am

    I am not Pakistani. I am not even aware of pakistani political subtility. My knowledge of Bhutto do not go further wikipedia. By luck, I got this blog to read about the incident. What a surprise to read the comments. I feel that there is such a rift between our two culture. I wonder by what I read here if a “rapprochement” is even plausible.

    I am simply astonished. Even if I am an educated person that knows that a minority do not reflect the position of a majority, I am not certain i’ll feel secure if I ever have a pakistani neighbour. If you are happy with this attack, please by all mean stay in Pakistan, DO NOT come to Canada!

    The incident is simply a tragedy and some responses were simply way outside what I would consider conceivable. I am scared.

    Simon, Montreal


  30. Khan Sahab (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 9:22 am

    Everyone is jumping to conclusions, the bombing could have been perpetrated by any number of actors, there are plenty of interests. Chances are, most people out there will adopt one “conspiracy theory” or another, depending on their own perspective and political inclinations. Given the limited investigative capabilities of Pakistani police forces, chances are that no answers as to “who dunnit” will be forthcoming, ever. At the end of the day, especially one as terrible as today, does “who dunnit” really matter? For all those lives lost, many more injured, and even more families affected, we should ALL, regardless of political affiliation, offer our respects. Shame on those who belittle the loss of life in such a callous manner. It is the loss of humanity towards one another, lack of respect for human life, and indignity with which Pakistanis treat one another on a daily basis that is the true culprit behind todays attack.


  31. dawood khan (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 11:13 am

    It is very sad poor people have been killed for political gains. Inna Lillah e wa inna Ilaehe Raajeoon.


  32. Adnan Siddiqi (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 11:18 am

    SIMON, did yo have same feelings for Americans who attacked on two countries? Many Americans had supported Bush despite of they were in minority. If you feel same every American then its Okay otherwise I find no reason of discrimination.


  33. Raza Rumi (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 1:04 pm

    If some of the reactions here are indicative of Pakistan’s well-to-do english speaking sections of soceity then God help us all.

    Some of the comments are not just insensitive but utterly distasteful..

    Hundreds of innocent, hapless people (without access to the internet to rant) are dead –

    this is the time to CONDEMN and say NO to this trend rather than name calling and settling political scores


  34. Vishaal (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 1:59 pm

    So sad that it is the common man that suffers during such terror attacks. So many lives lost. When will these guys understand that they are destroying their own land and people?


  35. Vishaal (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 2:01 pm

    So sad that it is the common man that suffers during such terror attacks. So many lives lost. When will these guys understand that they are destroying their own land and people?


  36. Echoes (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 2:54 pm

    Simon, I agree with you, some of the replies here are simply insane. I would be scared as well, if they were my neighbors. I find it inconceivable how people can be numb about such violence. I guess Stalin had it figured:

    The death of one man is a tragedy, the death of a million is a statistic. – Joseph Stalin

    However, I do think you are stereotyping the Pakistani people. Just because some people here are off their rocker, doesn’t mean the entire nation is, y’know.

    The common man, like everywhere else, wants nothing but peace.


  37. Aiman (unregistered) on October 19th, 2007 @ 3:08 pm

    October 19, 2007 had just begun. There was democracy in the air, in our dancing, in our chanting, in our hearts, in our minds. There was genuine peace, there was police tolerance, and there was people power. For the poorest of the poor, their leader’s daughter was with them once again. Twice bitten but not shy, they still saw her as their saviour, the mighty lord of their own lords. So what if there had been a deal with the devil-at least there would be roti today, a government job in the future for the kapra and makan. So what if there were corruption charges. It was time to forgive-for the poorest are the most generous when it comes to all types of giving. It was time for hope-for the hopeless are the most hopeful when it comes to the future. Alas, it was soon forgotten that a deal with the devil is exactly that. A soul taking, body wasting deal that came to closure with a hellish explosion. The poor were dead. October 19, 2007 came to end a few minutes after it had begun.

    And as for us, we sat. We sat and we watched. On our TV screens. We sat and we watched as we had sat and watched the death squads on May 12, 2007. We sat and we watched as we had sat and watched Lal Masjid turn red then black. We sat and we watched as we had sat and watched as the most noble among us-our lawyers, were stoned and abused. We sat and we did not ponder. For that was our deal. We did not look in the mirror. To see the devil who stood there. Motionless. Emotionless.
    Aiman


  38. Ashish Malik (unregistered) on October 20th, 2007 @ 12:43 am

    sad to hear about such a gruesome act against humanity. i was shocked to see the scenes post twin blast in karachi. we indians pray for restoration of peace and normalcy in pak. afterall we all share the same culture. n if our neighbours are leaving in a disturbed environment, how can we expect economic development in the subcontinent.

    one thing i noticed while going through this blog which astonished me was that there is no consensual condemnation of the blasts. whatever may be the circumstances killing of innocent lives can never be justified. we are keenly following the situation in pak. hope peace and democracy is restored at the earliest.

    my hearty condolence to the families of the affected.


  39. Tessa (unregistered) on October 20th, 2007 @ 4:37 am

    [quote]SIMON, did yo have same feelings for Americans who attacked on two countries? Many Americans had supported Bush despite of they were in minority. If you feel same every American then its Okay otherwise I find no reason of discrimination.[/quote]

    Not every American supports Bush.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Google_Bomb_Miserable_Failure.png


  40. (unregistered) on October 21st, 2007 @ 9:33 am

    Benazir Bhutto plotted that bomb it self for popularity in poor public because she was loose popularity but that kind of incident created public favors for her and now she made a big vote bank in Pakistan, local government MQM also fully supported Benazir for this fitna but public still they are blind.


  41. TRUE PAKISTANI (unregistered) on October 23rd, 2007 @ 10:17 am

    About 19 October bomb blast and BB and her company’s role in this act of brutality, I made my point on October 21, 2007 about the BB’s involvement in this act. Today, Chudhry Shujaat Hussain also confirmed my point in Hamid Mir’s Capital talk on Geo TV (Oct 22 2007) and he said that BB herself was involved. This is the fact and a bitter reality. BB responded back and called this statement as crazy. But the fact that IT IS TRUE. Its a massive international game plan. BB just wants a seat on the ruling rostrum. Please just read my comments.

    Today, UN security Council adopted a resolution against Krasaz bomb blast. Is it really so much serious event that UN bothers to go to that extent………….Reasons, being that BB took with her a mandate of US and western allies to strengthen Pakistani army to fight aganist all true Islamic forces and specailly to get them ready against IRAN. Thats the reason why she is getting so much attention from the west.Why UN security council and international Human Rights organizations never botered to state any thing when innnocent people died on May 12 in karachi and our army killed children and women in Islamabad on July 20.

    BB, knew when bomb would blast and she ducked down few minutes before the bomb blast, Why she went down ??

    This was not a suicidal attack………it ws planted bomb in white car near the BB truck.

    Please review the Geo and ARY video clippings. It can claerly visulized that white car caught in fire which is about 5 to 6 meters away from the truck. If this would have been the suicidal attack, bomber would tried his best to reach nearer to the truck to get the most successful results. but that was not the case. Suicidal bomber would not detonate his bomb hastily without reaching to the target.

    Chudhary Shaujjat Hussain, could be the leader of the principles less lot but I know he could be any thing but anti islamist and anti Pakistani. BB loves Pakistan if she rules the country otherwise Pakistan is nothing but a place for dirty poors.

    There are three forces working in harmony against Pakistan, Mush+Bush and governments of western world and now they have the local puppy, MQM. All these regimes are anti islam and anti mulsim regimes. Unfortunately all have been working strongly in our country and people are helpless.


  42. TRUE PAKISTANI (unregistered) on October 23rd, 2007 @ 10:17 am

    About 19 October bomb blast and BB and her company’s role in this act of brutality, I made my point on October 21, 2007 about the BB’s involvement in this act. Today, Chudhry Shujaat Hussain also confirmed my point in Hamid Mir’s Capital talk on Geo TV (Oct 22 2007) and he said that BB herself was involved. This is the fact and a bitter reality. BB responded back and called this statement as crazy. But the fact that IT IS TRUE. Its a massive international game plan. BB just wants a seat on the ruling rostrum. Please just read my comments.

    Today, UN security Council adopted a resolution against Krasaz bomb blast. Is it really so much serious event that UN bothers to go to that extent………….Reasons, being that BB took with her a mandate of US and western allies to strengthen Pakistani army to fight aganist all true Islamic forces and specailly to get them ready against IRAN. Thats the reason why she is getting so much attention from the west.Why UN security council and international Human Rights organizations never botered to state any thing when innnocent people died on May 12 in karachi and our army killed children and women in Islamabad on July 20.

    BB, knew when bomb would blast and she ducked down few minutes before the bomb blast, Why she went down ??

    This was not a suicidal attack………it ws planted bomb in white car near the BB truck.

    Please review the Geo and ARY video clippings. It can claerly visulized that white car caught in fire which is about 5 to 6 meters away from the truck. If this would have been the suicidal attack, bomber would tried his best to reach nearer to the truck to get the most successful results. but that was not the case. Suicidal bomber would not detonate his bomb hastily without reaching to the target.

    Chudhary Shaujjat Hussain, could be the leader of the principles less lot but I know he could be any thing but anti islamist and anti Pakistani. BB loves Pakistan if she rules the country otherwise Pakistan is nothing but a place for “dirty poors”.

    There are three forces working in harmony against Pakistan, Mush+Bush and governments of western world and now they have the local puppy, MQM. All these regimes are anti islam and anti mulsim regimes. Unfortunately all have been working strongly in our country and people are helpless.


  43. Bhai log (unregistered) on October 23rd, 2007 @ 5:56 pm

    True Pakistani, I realize you had a lot of bullsit but you made few solid points.
    Lets see who picks your points


  44. luciana (unregistered) on October 26th, 2007 @ 7:15 am

    [edited out: reason: profanity] altaf husain Gando london main baith kar yahan masoom logoon ka khon karata hai daikh laina woh khud bhe aik din [edited out: reason: profanity] mara jayeega [edited out: reason: profanity] ALTAF HUSAIN OR US KE SARI [edited out: reason: profanity] TEAM PAR [edited out: reason: profanity] MARAINGAY [edited out: reason: profanity]


  45. luciana (unregistered) on October 26th, 2007 @ 7:26 am

    PAKISTAN KA ABB ALLAH HAFIZ JAB WAHAN SAB LOGOON NAY APNI GAIRAT PPP +MUSHARAF+ LATAF HUSAIN JAISAY HARAMI HUKMRANOON KO BACH DE HAI ABB PAKISTAN KO TABAHI SAY KOYEE NAHI BACHA SAKTA SIRF ALLAH PAK KAY KISI MUJZAY KAY ILAWA MAGAR BAZAHIR TU WOHI NAZAR ATA HAI JO QURAN KAH RAHA HAI KAY JAB QOOM NAFARMAN HOGI TU US PAR AISAY HE HUKMRAN ALLAH PAK HAKIM BANA KAR BHAIJAIGAY JO ANKHOON SAY NADHAY OR KANOON SAY BAHRAY HONGAY



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