Saturday, April 30, 2011

Friday, April 29, 2011

Gaddafi is supplying Viagra to his troops

Susan Rice, the ambassador to the United Nations claimed that Muammar Gaddafi is supplying his troops with Viagra to encourage mass rape.This claim surfaced in an al-Jazeera report last month, in which Libyan doctor said

Pakistan Urges Karzi to Drop U.S.

Wall Street Journal is reporting that Pakistan is lobbying Afghanistan's president Hamis Karzai against building a long-term strategic partnership with the U.S., urging him instead to look to Pakistan and its Chinese ally for help in striking a peace deal with the Taliban and rebuilding the

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

United States gets ready to impose sanctions on Syria

As tanks roll through the city of Dara, United States prepare to impose sanctions on Syria. LA Times is reporting that Obama administration is getting ready to freeze assets of senior Syrian officials who have investment in Europe and U.S. and deny them permission to travel to U.S.  Dara saw the escalation in violence on Monday by the regime. According to some reports more than

A person claiming to be the Mahdi in India. Hope you enjoy this.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Billions of U.S. dollars being wasted by Karzi government by R Maryam

Special Inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction said on Monday that the country's police payrolls can't be verified because of poor record keeping. The audit says Afghan authorities don't know how many police they have or whether everyone getting a police salary is actually works for them. United States and other donor countries are spending billion of U.S. dollars on the recruitment and training of special forces in the hope that one day they would be able to take up the security of it's country. The auditor general Herbert Richardson was auditing the programme under which $1.5 billions were spent on the salaries of such forces since 2002.

The Ministry of Interior uses many manuals and automated systems that do not reconcile. In another programme $10 billion has been spent primarily on training and equipment for the forces in one year alone.

 Today the world woke up to the news of prison break in Afghanistan where 460 inmates escaped through the tunnel dug from outside the prison. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said it had taken five months to build the 1,180ft tunnel. It is important to note that this prison was under Afghan control.

It is very hard to believe that no none noticed this tunnel being built. This is the second such break in three years. 2008 prison break was followed by the surge in violence where 900 inmates escaped. Later billions of U.S. dollars were spent to reinforce the prisons around Afghanistan.

A pictute worth thousand words, Saudi troops destroy Bahrain Mosque setting fire to Holy Quran, where is the outrage from Muslim world?

Prison Break in Afghanistan

More than 480 inmates at a prison in southern Afghanistan have escaped through a tunnel hundreds of metres long and dug from outside the jail early Monday morning. Officials in the city of Kandahar said many of those who escaped from Sarposa jail were Taliban insurgents.

President Hamid Karzai said the escape was a "disaster" which should never have happened.
The Taliban said it had taken five months to build the 350m tunnel. It is believed to have been dug from a house rented by the Talibans. This jail break is second biggest in three years.

This comes as Nato forces are preparing for the long process of withdrawal from Afghanistan. Many fear  that once the Nato forces pull out regions will once again be the focus of insurgent activity as the Taliban will be planning to seize them back.