Muhammad Saeed, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, among other four Pakistani Militants added to UN terrorism sanctions list

Muhammad Saeed, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, among other four Pakistani Militants added to UN terrorism sanctions list 

WASHINGTON – A United Nations Security Council committee put three Pakistani leaders of the group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and a Saudi operative on a terrorist watch list Wednesday as new evidence surfaced that the group blamed for the Mumbai (formerly Bombay) attacks has expanded its activities and its fundraising well beyond South Asia.

A UN document obtained by McClatchy said that LeT has sent operatives to attack US troops in Iraq, established a branch in Saudi Arabia, and been raising funds in Europe. The group may also have received money from Al Qaeda, suggesting that it has close ties with Osama bin Laden’s terrorist network based along Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan, the document said.

First hurdle Clear for India?

Militants included in list are Muhammad Saeed, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi , Haji Muhammad Ashraf and Mohmoud Mohammad Ahmed Bahaziq. Yesterday the United Nations Security Council has forced sanctions, including a travel ban and assets freeze, on four leaders of a Pakistani militant group (Mr. Muhammad Saeed as leader of Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi as it’s chief of operations, Mr. Ashraf as its chief of finance, and Mr. Bahaziq as its financier) blamed by India for last month’s deadly and worst ever attack terrorist attack on India soil in Mumbai.

All four were accused by India and US for terror attack in Mumbai on 26 November 2008 in which more than 180 innocent’s people were brutally killed by the terrorist trained and financed by Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (Let). Though India also wanted to include Hamid Gul on the UN terror watch list, notorious retired chief of ISI Pakistan but China a close ally of Pakistan blocked the move by vetoing the Security Council bill.

So what’s next? Will Pakistan government will be able to crack down on Terrorist organization operating in Pakistan? This is a big question as most of the terror outfits have got backing and even involvements of some of notorious spy agency ISI and Power Army of Pakistan member’s for training and financing purpose. But let see I am just hoping that this time government of Pakistan will do everything to make sure that these type of militants won’t be able to stand again, if Pakistan failed to do then international community are bound to clear out this mess at any cost.

Will this recent arrest and putting these militant under house arrest satisfy India? Of course not we need justice and we need these militant should understand that for every innocent killing in India you people have to pay price and a very big price. So Pakistan should hand over these militants to India so that we start our jurisdiction procedure and get the justice for innocents killed in Mumbai by these militants.

Hang Bush and Blair, release Saddam: Communists in India demand Saddam be spared gallows

What about communist regime and its murders leaders who has killed their own citizens. The 55-year history of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is written with blood and lies. Under the rule of the CCP, 60 to 80 million innocent Chinese people have been killed, leaving their broken families behind. Many people wonder why the CCP kills.


  • Great Leap Forward, a policy that caused 20-30 million Chinese to die of starvation.
  • Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, when 400-2000 protestors were killed and 7000 to 10000 were injured. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) still has not come to terms with the 1989 Tiananmen massacre, refusing to publish information about the number of persons killed, injured, “disappeared,” or arrested or to admit that the attack on peaceful protestors was a mistake.
  • KOLKATA, India, Nov 16 (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of communists marched in the Indian city of Kolkata on Thursday demanding that Saddam Hussein’s death sentence be lifted. India’s left parties, which won a record number of parliamentary seats in the 2004 elections, have a long history of opposing American foreign policy and have held huge protests in recent years against U.S. military action in Afghanistan and Iraq. Protesters shouted “Hang Bush and Blair, release Saddam” as they marched in the heart of Kolkata, capital of the communist-ruled state of West Bengal. Activists also burnt an effigy of U.S. President George W. Bush.

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    India bans travel by Tibetan activist during visit by Hu Jintao

    When President Bush visited India government didn’t stopped any people for demonstrations, so why our democratically elected government is stopping now, Tibetan Leaders for demonstration? We live democracy every one got right to show and express their feelings, we are not communist state like China. Why the hell our government didn’t stopped CPI M when they took streets when President Bush was in India? Law should be equal for every one. Is that CPI M pressured government to please Chinese President? This is just another sad day for Indian democracy.


    NEW DELHI: The Indian police have issued an order curtailing the movement of a prominent Tibetan campaigner, in a bid to prevent protests during a visit next week by President Hu Jintao of China.

    The police in Dharamsala in the north, the effective seat of the Tibetan government in exile, issued a written order to Tenzin Tsundue, 31, a poet and champion of Tibetan independence.

    During the visit by the Chinese prime minister, Wen Jiabao, to the southern Indian technology hub of Bangalore in April 2005, Tsundue climbed atop a building across the street from where Wen was speaking and unfurled a banner reading “Free Tibet.”


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    London businesses must work more with India, China: report

    Reading this report reminds the famous quote of Lakshmi Mittal

    “Always think outside the box and embrace opportunities that appear, wherever they might be.”

    LONDON (AFP) – London’s financial district must work to develop better business relationships with both China and India or it risks losing out to competing cities and countries, a new report has warned.Written by SAMI Consulting and Oxford Analytica, the report recommended Tuesday that financial services companies in London be more active in building their contacts with Indian and Chinese businesses, noting there are opportunities in India for project financing, and in China for savings vehicles for the country’s ageing population.

    The report, which was released by the City of London, the local district council within which the capital’s financial centre resides, said that while London “already has a huge advantage with the Indian and Chinese diaspora … this does not yet appear to be fully recognised.”

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    Woman on Top! China Rich List

    Who says its a Man’s World?

    A female scrap paper merchant worth $3.4 billion has been named as China’s wealthiest person, the first time a woman has topped the annual rich list.

    Zhang Yin, 49, leapt to the number one spot from 36 last year after her company, Nine Dragons Paper, was listed in Hong Kong in March, according to the Hurun rich list compiled by the Shanghai-based accountant Rupert Hoogewerf.



    Zhang made her money from recycling scrap paper brought in from the USChina for the retail sector.

    Described as a self-made woman, she is now richer than American TV hostess Oprah Winfrey and Britain’s JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series.

    She overtook Huang Guangyu, the founder of electronics retailer, Gome, whose fortune is estimated at $2.5 billion.

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    China: Mobile Execution Buses

    In my opinion, the international human rights community has been embarrassingly incompetent in their work regarding improving Human Rights situation in China.

    Sky News has obtained chilling new evidence of mobile execution buses being used by the Chinese government.

    It comes less than two years before China hosts the next Olympics – an event it was given after promising to improve its human rights record.

    China’s penal system is surrounded by a wall of secrecy, but an investigation by Sky’s China correspondent Dominic Waghorn found between 3,500 and 10,000 people are put to death each year.

    The volume of executions has meant China has invented new ways of killing, mobilising and mechanising its execution system.

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