Posted on July 21, 2009
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35 responses to “The Tale of Palwasha and the Taliban”

  1. Adnan Siddiqi says:

    *grin*. I know writing anything “against” can make your nights restless but still..why so much scared?

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  3. razia says:

    aamir, if u want to believe lies of the 9/11 Commission Report, and the United Nations report on 9/11, which do not address questions of the money trail, the pulverization of steel at kerosene flash point temperature, which is much lower than the melting point of steel, why building 7, which was not hit by any plane collapsed, again the list of unanswered questions is long, u r welcome. i’ll have none of it.

    and if ksm is so proud of his accomplishments why did he need to be waterboarded 183 times in one month?

    Jesse Ventura: You Give Me a Water Board, Dick Cheney and One Hour, and I’ll Have Him Confess to the Sharon Tate Murders

  4. Meengla says:

    I agree with @Aamir Ali’s positions vis a vis both @Razia and @Akshaye.
    1) Truly, there are some questionable govt. accounts of the 9/11 attacks and perhaps even some coverups. But the most I am willing to concede to the perennial (and ubiquitous) consipracy theorists is that some ‘inside’ sources -may- have allowed the Al-Qaida terrorists to launch the attacks. Al Qaida is, without a doubt, directly the culprit behind the attacks. You may come up with ‘reasons’ for the attack and perhaps even ‘justify’ but the overwhelming evidence/confessions and subsequent acts of captures and terrorism in Pakistan point to a very strong case against Al Qaida.
    2) People like @Razia divert attention from the main focus–peace for all–by shutting their eyes to all reason on some major problems facing the world. Having been reading bloggers from Russia, America, India, Israel, and Pakistan (and other places to a lesser degree), I can safely say that there are so many in almost all cultures with conspiracy theory mindset. From the so-called UFO sightings to JFK assassination to 9/11 these people thrive in conspiracy theories like an record player (gramaphone) stuck in one track.
    3) Why would it be so hard to entertain the idea that India would not take advantage of the loss of Pakistani control in Afghanistan post November 2001 fall of the Taliban? I mean India has a perfectly ‘justified’ reasoned approach that Pakistan has been introducing ‘terrorism’ in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) since 1989. And now, since Mumbai attacks of November 2008, India has a renewed vigor to ‘avenge’ itself.
    4) A stable Pakistan -should- be in India’s own interest. But of even greater, immediate interest of India is that Pakistan be bullied into ceding the cherished Indian goal of ‘Line of Control = International Border’ solution. Yes, after that, I am almost certain India would actually follow through with its noble ‘stable Pakistan’ policy. Until then–I am equally sure–India would remain an opportunistic neighbor. To an extent I don’t blame India for that. It is in their interest. Moral questions are usually left out in such matters.

  5. Aamir Ali says:

    @Razia

    That is why I asked you to read the 9/11 Commission Report, and the United Nations report on 9/11 attacks. All the proof you want is in there. If that doesn’t satisfy you, then you can also watch Alqaeda videos and the confessions of captured Alqaeda members, like Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, in which they proudly claim the 9/11 attacks.

    However doing a Google search and finding a webpage that says what you desire doesn’t equal “alternative media” or an alternative theory.