Jul 10 2007

Pak’s End Stand Off At Red Mosque

Published by at 5:27 am under All General Discussions,Pakistan

Islamabad has hosted a hot bed of Islamo Fascism for some time now. The infamous ‘Red Mosque’ were Jihadis foment violence against the West and Musharraf’s government. In recent weeks a sea of fighters entered the mosque to defy some kind of government request. It is clear no capitol city can sanction the creation of a heavily armed fortress and fighting force opposed to the seat of government. Picture Jihadis taking over a large Mosque in DC with armed patrols along the border of the property and a weapons cache and army inside. Today the government ended negotiations and starting clearing out the fascists:

Government troops stormed a besieged mosque early Tuesday in Pakistan’s capital, killing 50 militant students and eight soldiers, officials said.

As explosions were still being heard from Islamabad’s Lal Masjid, or Red Mosque, Gen. Waheed Arshad described the operation as a “slow process” with soldiers battling room by room.

As commandos attacked the mosque from three directions, some 20 children who rushed toward the advancing troops were brought to safety, he said.

Twenty-four others fleeing were captured, Arshad said, but would not give further details about those trapped inside. Contrary to local media reports, no nerve gas was used, he said.

“These terrorists are well-armed and well-trained they have all ki[n]ds of weapons,” he said.

Before anyone on the left starts making comments they need to first address Waco and how this government, under Clinton, attacked a compound of people who were nothing like these fascists in the Red Mosque. Musharraf was right to rid his capitol of an armed force dedicated to overthrowing the government there. Now he needs to clear out other areas of his country.

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3 Responses to “Pak’s End Stand Off At Red Mosque”

  1. Terrye says:

    Can we even imagine the reaction if Bush and Gonzalez were responsible for something like Waco?

    The Pakistan government has little choice but to go after these people, they will take over that country given the chance.

  2. MerlinOS2 says:

    When the get done cleaning up that one then they can go clean out the OTHER one.

    SLAMABAD: Battling the radicals holed up in Lal Masjid, Pakistan security forces are gearing up to take on another set of well entrenched extremists led by a cleric, in a tribal area, who has issued a decree asking people to attack anyone supporting the crackdown on the Islamabad mosque.

    Government has decided to launch a massive operation against the banned Tehrik-e-Nifaz-e-Shariat Mohammadi leader Maulana Fazalullah in the tribal Malakand agency of the North West Frontier Province, media reports said.

    Fazalullah is a close associate of Lal Masjid cleric Abdul Aziz, arrested while trying to sneak out from the besieged mosque in a burqa four days ago, and his younger brother Abdul Rashid Ghazi. Fresh deployment of troops started following an announcement of war against forces by Fazalullah after the operation against Lal Masjid, the Post daily said.

  3. crosspatch says:

    Things are going badly for both the Taliban and al Qaida. Algeria has put the hammer to al Qaida as has Thailand in the last week rounding up “hundreds” of islamofascists. The Taliban’s Spring offensive has been a failure and now the most radical elements inside Pakistan are are being dismantled. And al Qaida is on the run in Iraq. Mullah Omar should be considering a career change these days.

    People can say what they will about the Bush administration but looking back since 2001, that administration has done more to dismantle radical islamofascist networks worldwide than we could have dared hope. Thank you, President Bush, not only for protecting our country but for fighting for the rule of law in the face of religious lunatics.