Tag Archive 'Bajaur'

Aug 13 2008

New Predator Strike In Waziristan, Pakistan Forces Circle In On Militants In Bajaur – Updated!

Latest Update:  Sounds like we took out over 20 of the enemy and may have hit an al-Qaeda nest: According to details, four missiles fired from Afghanistan hit the compound of the Baghar Camp. There are conflicting reports regarding missile attacks. Some of the tribesmen claimed that the allied forces jet fighters fired these missiles […]

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Aug 10 2008

Pakistan Extremists Not Doing So Well

  The Pakistan Islamo Fascists who are providing the last refuge for al-Qaeda fighters running from their defeats in Afghanistan and Iraq are having their own problems. The Pakistan government, on the urging of the US, has begun to seriously crack down on these militants that infest the NWFP and FATA regions of Pakistan along […]

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Aug 09 2008

Pakistan Targets Militants In Tribal Areas

  For the rest of the month I would keep all eyes on Bajaur Agency in Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). That is the region that is supposedly one of the prime hideouts of al-Qaeda’s leadership and command central for militant operations in Afghanistan.   I ran across a good review of the forces […]

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Aug 08 2008

Pakistan Nabs 9 Suicide Bombers, And Other Updates From The Region

Here’s some good news on the fight against terrorists in the Pakistan Tribal Areas: Police have arrested nine suspected suicide bombers and seized bombing jackets and explosives in the eastern city of Lahore, officers said. The suspects from the South Waziristan tribal belt bordering Afghanistan had set off to carry out suicide bombings in Lahore […]

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