It’s a disaster: Mumbai Terror (With Photos).

Gunfire and explosions have been heard throughout the day and night from the besieged centre and two luxury hotels – gathering points for Mumbai’s elite.

According to sources in Mumbai, armed groups and individuals have attacked at least ten (if not more) targets inside the city including the Taj Hotel, Oberoi Hotel, a railway Station, the Leopold Café and other locations. More shooting incidents have been also reported at the Trident hotel, a hospital and a highway leading to the airport and Assembly Hall. The terrorists fired indiscriminately against civilians, security elements, lobbed grenades, and killed Counter Terrorism officials. At this writing sources are reporting more than 102 deaths, amd hundreds wounded, in addition to hostage taking. Indian security sources confirmed the use of AK-47s, small arms, grenade, etc. This type of operation, involving a number of small groups and individuals “deployed” across several avenues, In my book Future Jihad I coined these types of forthcoming strikes as “urban Jihad”. Instead of bombers and suicide bombers, the command sends “Jihadi infantry.” The tactical goal of these actions is to engage in different types of missions: random kilings, chaos, killing of security officers and hostage taking.


Here is some pictures taken from newspapers, websites and TV clips.


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BSF The Killers-Again killed three Bangladeshis.

Another killing festival by BSF (India’s Border Security Force) done yesterday. This time it is in Moyanaguri village of the Majhipara border area in Tentulia, Panchagarh.

An infant, the mother and another Bangladeshi were killed late Sunday night by India’s Border Security Force on the country’s northernmost border. At least one other person, Majeda’s husband Shahidul, 30, was critically wounded and taken to Rangpur Medical College Hospital.

BSF personnel entered Moyanaguri village of the Majhipara border area in Tentulia, crossing the border through the Pillar-435 area at around 10.15pm.

They started opening fire after villagers had intercepted them.  Shahidul, Majeda and Mamun were shot as they lay asleep in their home.

Shahidul’s neighbour, Alamgir Hossain said: “I was woken by the sound of gunfire and realised it was BSF. I cycled to Matirpara BDR camp for help.”

Two sides traded fire after BDR members reached the spot.

The Indian border guards eventually withdrew. “BDR members with villagers later captured one BSF man,” the major said.

Now my questions is- Why BSF cross border? Because it is not first time. They entered Bangladeshi land before and killed many civilians before. I have few previous posts, which links are given bellow.

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BSF Killers-Killing Continues!!!

BSF-The Killers!!!

BSF Killers-Killing Continues!!!

I just completed my previous post “BSF-The Killers!!!” and was watching Television News and shocked to see the news.

BSF still contiounes killing Bangladeshis.

But this time is in Jessore.

The BSF shot dead two Bangladeshis on Chougachha border in Jessore Saturday, a day after two BDR members were killed by The Border Security Force of India (BSF).

The dead have been identified as Rezaul Islam (32) and Zainal Abedin (35) of Sukh Pukuria village under Chougachha, Jessore.

BDR Jadavpur company commander Mosharraf Hossain alleged that the BSF had killed the two Bangladeshi youths without any “provocation”. [In my just previous post I wrote that BSF’s regular duty is to kill Bangladeshish regularly and it is just an example.]

“Rezaul Islam and Zainal Abedin were near the barbed wire fencing in Panchpirtala border area around 5am, Hossain said. “At the time, BSF members from Moshrumpur border opened fire on them.”

Rezaul and Zainal collapsed in a hail of bullets and died on the spot, the BDR officer said.

The patrolling BDR members hearing the gunshots retaliated with rounds of blank fire.

BSF dragged the bodies into the Indian territory, the BDR officer said. (In my just Previsous post I also metioned that BSF took the dead body to India after killing)

Indian border guards gunned down two BDR men on the Raghunathpur border in Chapainawabganj early Friday, which coincided with a two-day foreign secretary-level meeting between Bangladesh and India in New Delhi.

Following the incident, the BDR and BSF members held a flag meeting, where Bangladesh border guards pressed for a probe into the killings of the BDR officers.

But I know that it will do nothing. Because BSF will continoue killing and Bangladesh will talk about peace and Indian media will focus the news like that-“Two Bangladeshi smugglers were trying to enter India and they warned them but they didn’t hear and they fired and killed the smugglers.”

BSF-The Killers!!!

The Border Security Force of India (BSF) shot dead two Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) soldiers at Raghunathpur border under Shibganj upazila in Chainawabganj early yesterday intruding into Bangladesh territory, sparking off tension at all frontiers around the country.

BDR officials said BSF guards opened fired on their personnel when they challenged the latter for illegally entering about 1,300 yards into Bangladesh territory shortly after Thursday midnight.

A group of BSF guards from Neemtita camp under Murshidabad district entered Bangladesh crossing the River Padma on a speedboat and walked over a risen shoal to Raghunathpur village of Durlobhpur union under Shibganj upazila near pillar No 110.

Being informed, a patrol team of BDR from Raghunathpur border post led by Habilder Abdul Hannan Sarker rushed to the village and challenged the intruding BSF men for violating the line of control, reported our Chapainawabganj correspondent.

Two BSF bullets hit Hannan while six hit Lance Nayek Krishnopodo Saha as BSF men suddenly opened fire on them, killing them instantly.

Forces from the 39th rifles battalion later recovered the body of Hannan, 55 of Kritunia Durgahat vilage under Gabtoli in Bogra, and of Saha, 28, of Kholabari Shimakhali village under Shalikha upazila in Magura.

The bodies of the slain BDR soldiers were sent to their homes after post-mortem in Chapainawabganj Sadar Hospital.

A villager Atul Gani that the bodies were recovered from a pool of blood. “Blood marks were also on the trail of BSF men’s escape path,” said the villager. (Source: The Daily Star)

Immediately after the killings, BDR retaliated with full force trading over 200 rounds of shots with BSF for about an hour.

“BSF intruded illegally and opened fire without any provocation,” Director (Operation and Training) of BDR Col Abdul Halim told a hurriedly arranged news briefing at BDR Headquarters in Dhaka.

“In the face of BDR’s counter attack, the BSF men fled leaving their speedboat behind,” Halim said adding that they also arrested an Indian national from the spot.

“We’ve been informed that a BSF member also died in the gunfight,” he told reporters. “The incident could have been prevented had the BSF not opened fire.”

BDR strongly protested the incident. “It’s a serious border violation by BSF,” Lt Col Golam Kibria Md Neyamatullah, commanding officer (CO) of the 39th battalion, told The Daily Star.

BDR members seized the speedboat left by intruding BSF personnel, a walkie-talkie, a BSF cap, and bullet casings from the scene.

It is not the first time BSF crossed Bangladeshi border. They crossed it several times before. They don’t obey the border and crossed several times before and we can say regularly. Previously some BSF people was killed inside Bangladesh in a crops filed few years ago. Except these many prove are there of BSF aggression in Bangladesh.

The killings stirred tensions at other frontiers also where BDR deployed reinforcements ordering them to remain on high alert.

Reinforcements were made at the borders and were kept alert since the morning. Residents of border areas were also seen on guard shoulder to shoulder with BDR personnel.

BDR also warned villagers and farmers of border areas to refrain from going to zero point areas for cultivation. An uneasy calm has been prevailing at the frontiers.

At the flag meeting between sector commanders of BDR and BSF held at Masudpur border point in the afternoon, BSF defended their actions and rejected Bangladesh proposal for a joint investigation into the incident.

Rajshahi BDR sector commander Col Mohammad Iqbal and Bahrampur BSF sector commander DS Sidhu led their respective sides. BSF also did not admit that they had violated the international border but agreed to reduce tension on the borders, meeting sources said. This clearly indicates that BSF truly crossed Bangladeshi border and open fired BDR men.

BBC Bangla Service, however, reported that BSF expressed regret for the killings at the flag meeting as it is normal in heir behavior and which is not new.

BSF regularly killed Bangladeshis inside Bangladeshi border and take they body to India.  It seems that it is their regular duty to kill civillinas of Bangladesh.

Benazir Bhutto Assassination: Pictures of some moments & the suspects.

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Pakistan: Benazir Bhutto Assassinated.

Today’s big story–and no doubt one of the biggest stories in a long, long time–is that Benazir Bhutto, opposition leader and former prime minister of Pakistan, was assassinated this morning in a bombing that killed at least 20 other people. International leaders, including President Bush, are condemning the attack.

 

No one claimed responsibility for the killing. But suspicion was likely to fall on resurgent Islamic militants linked to al Qaida and the Taliban who hated Bhutto for her close ties to the Americans and support for the war on terrorism. A local Taliban leader reportedly threatened to greet Bhutto’s return to the country from exile in October with suicide bombings.

Bhutto had been campaigning for the parliamentary elections that are scheduled for January 8, but some are suggesting that those elections be postponed.

We’re still trying to track down any local gatherings, vigils, rallies, etc, so if you know of any events, let us know, please.