Bombing in Pakistan

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
August 19, 2011
Pakistanis Clean Mosque Targeted by Bomber in Ghundi

On August 19, 2011, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton issued the following statement:

"The United States strongly condemns today's attack on scores of innocent Pakistanis in northwest Pakistan. The slaughter of worshipers as they gathered at a mosque for Ramadan's Friday prayers underscores the brutality of those who would target civilians during a time of celebration and reflection for Muslims throughout the world. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones affected by this deplorable violence.

"Through their violent actions, terrorists continue to demonstrate blatant disregard for the efforts of the Pakistani people to build a more peaceful and prosperous country in which citizens are free to worship. The United States deeply respects Pakistan's sacrifices in the fight against extremism and we continue to stand with Pakistan against those who seek to undermine democracy and freedom."

Comments

Comments

palgye
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South Korea
August 20, 2011

Palgye in South Korea writes:

mourn to Pakistan`s victims.

Ceo of companies in Germany and a light dinner, while eliminating the burden of German politicians, what about it? Without the participation of Germany, is expecting a little difficult. Their anxiety is still, eu is the Germany's economic aid would be difficult to predict and selfish to think that a vague anxiety. To guarantee them a new economic colony, is the time to be promises, the fact that I want to slap his fist one. Twice and went into World War I, they think that paid off the debt, but the victims are still alive to think they're watching the world economy is difficult, think only their own interests.

Take her to a quiet island, until you have pledged their support to the punch .....

Solution has two kinds of stories.

One, economic colony was

Secondly, to assume the initiative in the UK over the economic recovery, with financial support, while for Germany the way to intense pressure I think.

Personally, I think the problem will be solved very quickly. Why? The question is, when I want to convince a fine for being, losted times.

They understand the idea, but how to think too clearly.

China's rapid growth was not enough to think.

DonaldM
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Virginia, USA
October 11, 2011

Donald M. in Virginia writes:

It never seems to end in Pakistan. They continue to breed terrorism, continue to destroy human life. This country should of been added to the terrorism list by the United Nations. If you add up the amount of deaths by terrorism in Pakistan, they should easily qualify for one of the highest security risks in the world.

Ashim C.
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India
September 8, 2011

Ashim C. in India writes:

It is noteworthy that devastation of innocent innocent lives has become a way life both Pakistan and India. These are obviously mindless acts of fundamentalists and often religious bigots.

International community must realise that number of these elements would be in mini millions and can only be identified and isolated by community support. In order to encourage them, incentives for community participation in the task ought to be put in place all across South Asia and Governments in the region must get together in an internation regional forum to declare first human rights considerations would not be allowed to stand in the way of dealing with them summarily.

In a situation where democratic state system is unable to prevent acts of guerrila terrorism, there is no substitute to brutal force of state highhandedness. Due process of law is not guerrila terrorists. In the bargain, if a few thousand or more citizens become victims of state force, that should be tolerated by international. Countries of South Asia are resource scarce places; they ill afford diversion of excessive funds for law and order maintainence and providing due process of law to terrorists and their political patrons within or outside country. That such guerilla violence does not take place in authoritarian states is sufficient justification for adopting this position.

As far as India is concerned, these gurella terrorist enjoy the added advantage of turning and projecting proactive and reactive acts of government against terrorism as communal persecition thanks to our media, vote bank politics by political parties and very prentitous secular human right activists. It is seldom realised that human right activists spend all their energy and time in criticising government but have done little nor have the power to prevent a single act of terrorists.

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