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I agree with the bolded part only... but my Interpretation of this sentence is different from your's.

Zimbabwe arrests two Pakistani suspects.. :smokin:
Yeah its becoming a trend.

Its been seen in UK, US, Chile and now in Zimbabwe. Now you can think of this as a global conspiracy against Pakistanis but it wont change the truth.
 

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I have a medical condition called "Cant Understand One liner bullSh-t Sysndrome"

next time try to use more words.
By defination of the word i cannot find any logic of it being used here.

Ya..only Pakistanis do research in such medical field. :cheesy:However, as you have discovered it u may apply patent to it. To understand the logic u may have to first try to use it, unless it wld be tough 4 u my friend.
 

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Zimbabwean police identify pakistani terrorist suspect


Zimbabwean police have identified the suspected international terrorist arrested at Beitbridge Border Post on Sunday night as Imran Muhammad who is wanted in connection with the Mumbai bombings that left hundreds dead.

Muhammad (33), a Pakistani, arrested on Sunday along with fellow countryman Chaudry Parvez Ahmed (39) as they tried to enter South Africa are now in custody as an international terrorist investigations begins. The duo were using fake passports.

The arrest of the two entering South Africa during the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup has raised much worry around the world.

The state-run Herald said while authorities would not divulge how investigations were proceeding, the Daily Times of Pakistan in January this year reported that the Special Investigation Group of the Federal Investigation Agency was looking for Imran Muhammad as well as 119 other suspected terrorists.

It could not be determined yesterday if this was the same person who is now in custody in Zimbabwe.

Indications were that the Muhammad wanted in Pakistan was allegedly involved in the terror attacks that rocked Mumbai, India, in November 2008.

However, a search of the online database of Interpol’s wanted persons did not return any matches.

Another online search of legal cases involving the name in the past decade showed a case in America of a Pakistani named Imran Muhammad Butt who overstayed in the US in November 2001 and said he could not return home because he would be persecuted because of "membership in a particular social group".

It could not be established at the time of writing if this was the same person.

Sources said Muhammad was normally based in the Chilean capital of Santiago.

It is understood that Muhammad and Ahmed flew from Saudi Arabia to Tanzania, where they fraudulently acquired Kenyan passports before connecting to Zimbabwe by road.

Their luck ran out on Sunday night when an immigration officer at Beitbridge discovered they were using fake passports.

The official alerted the Police Border Control Unit leading to their arrest.

Zimbabwe police are still investigating the case and would not give away anything yesterday.

Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Wayne Bvudzijena said the two were assisting police with investigations.

"They are in Harare and in custody as investigations on the case continue."

Assistant regional immigration officer Mr Evans Siziba added: "It’s an issue that is before the police.

"Maybe when they are through we will be at liberty to comment."

Police and Immigration officials would also not say if an international arrest warrant had been issued or what particular acts of terror the suspected terrorist was wanted for and in which country he was sought.

South African and Zimbabwean police have assured visitors that they will thwart crimes of concern during the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup, which started on June 11 and ends on July 11.

Zimbabwean police are in South Africa assisting their counterparts for the duration of the tournament.
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Its been seen in UK, US, Chile and now in Zimbabwe. Now you can think of this as a global conspiracy against Pakistanis but it wont change the truth.


You know there was a reason i told you to take your logics to w/e thread and again you hv played the same card.. what makes you think it is relevant now and was not then?

Global Conspiracy Against Pakistanis..:cheesy:
^^^ Not my words not my thoughts. Try Harder :partay:
 

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and of course the US.

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Zimbabwean police identify pakistani terrorist suspect


Zimbabwean police have identified the suspected international terrorist arrested at Beitbridge Border Post on Sunday night as Imran Muhammad who is wanted in connection with the Mumbai bombings that left hundreds dead.

Muhammad (33), a Pakistani, arrested on Sunday along with fellow countryman Chaudry Parvez Ahmed (39) as they tried to enter South Africa are now in custody as an international terrorist investigations begins. The duo were using fake passports.

The arrest of the two entering South Africa during the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup has raised much worry around the world.

The state-run Herald said while authorities would not divulge how investigations were proceeding, the Daily Times of Pakistan in January this year reported that the Special Investigation Group of the Federal Investigation Agency was looking for Imran Muhammad as well as 119 other suspected terrorists.

It could not be determined yesterday if this was the same person who is now in custody in Zimbabwe.

Indications were that the Muhammad wanted in Pakistan was allegedly involved in the terror attacks that rocked Mumbai, India, in November 2008.

However, a search of the online database of Interpol’s wanted persons did not return any matches.

Another online search of legal cases involving the name in the past decade showed a case in America of a Pakistani named Imran Muhammad Butt who overstayed in the US in November 2001 and said he could not return home because he would be persecuted because of "membership in a particular social group".

It could not be established at the time of writing if this was the same person.

Sources said Muhammad was normally based in the Chilean capital of Santiago.

It is understood that Muhammad and Ahmed flew from Saudi Arabia to Tanzania, where they fraudulently acquired Kenyan passports before connecting to Zimbabwe by road.

Their luck ran out on Sunday night when an immigration officer at Beitbridge discovered they were using fake passports.

The official alerted the Police Border Control Unit leading to their arrest.

Zimbabwe police are still investigating the case and would not give away anything yesterday.

Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Wayne Bvudzijena said the two were assisting police with investigations.

"They are in Harare and in custody as investigations on the case continue."

Assistant regional immigration officer Mr Evans Siziba added: "It’s an issue that is before the police.

"Maybe when they are through we will be at liberty to comment."

Police and Immigration officials would also not say if an international arrest warrant had been issued or what particular acts of terror the suspected terrorist was wanted for and in which country he was sought.

South African and Zimbabwean police have assured visitors that they will thwart crimes of concern during the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup, which started on June 11 and ends on July 11.

Zimbabwean police are in South Africa assisting their counterparts for the duration of the tournament.
Zimbabwean police identify pakistani terrorist suspect

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Ya..only Pakistanis do research in such medical field. :cheesy:However, as you have discovered it u may apply patent to it. To understand the logic u may have to first try to use it, unless it wld be tough 4 u my friend.

I asked you to use more words.. and all you can come up with is this sh-t?

keep your self to one liners.. atleast it makes some sense.
 

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Yaa.. America put those wanted criminals in a plane and send it to American owned country called Zimbabwe and American police of Zimbabwe arrested them and American paper of Zimbabwe published it so that American teams in southafrica wont get hurt because they have reached round 16 of the FIFA world cup. :cheers:

well look its simple pakistanis are reckless and very passionate people!!

tell me something LTTE,THE CHEHNYANS all had a vision a common reason to struggle!!

however, these days these "talibans" are just hired assains!! so what the world can do stickign to this theory of "conspiracy against pakistan":

is hire these assasins send them out get them caught publicize it destroy the name of pakistan as a nation! :coffee::wave:


(this is ofcourse with sticking to the theory of everyone is out to get pakistan since we made the nuclear bomb)! :bunny:


it is all orchestrated drama to make pakistan an international phenomenon!! just like NORTH KOREA IS "EVIL" or how "SOVIET UNION" was evil!!!

( i hope you got your fix of conspiracy now i should stop here)
 

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I meant that one guy being arrested, even wrongfully, for having traces of explosives on him and now another one coming from Chile being arrested for terrorism on foreign soil.

Chile might be a brewing hotbed for international terror planning.

Travel statistics of hindustani to Chile need to be checked since around 2004.
Without hindusatan involvement there can't be mischeif of any sort.
If those were travelling on kenyan passports than how come it is acertsained that those were Pakistanis?

BTW. Chilean companies are interested in making investments in Pakistan, in building minerals development industry and RAW cannot absorb it.
Indians are planning to send indian army in disguise to Blauchistan and plan has been already underway, with complicity of Zardari clan.
Pakistan people should reject any such plans.
 

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Travel statistics of hindustani to Chile need to be checked since around 2004.
Without hindusatan involvement there can't be mischeif of any sort.
If those were travelling on kenyan passports than how come it is acertsained that those were Pakistanis?


You have to bring India whenever Pakistan is accused.....I am shocked at your assumption that since the arrested pakistanis were holding Kenyan passport.....its Indian hand..lol:lol: I mean what BS ?? how can you even find out the connection ?? :tdown:

BTW. Chilean companies are interested in making investments in Pakistan, in building minerals development industry and RAW cannot absorb it.
Indians are planning to send indian army in disguise to Blauchistan and plan has been already underway, with complicity of Zardari clan.
Pakistan people should reject any such plans.

for the bolded part....then according to your theory..everytime there is any dispute in India, its an ISI mischief since we have much more foreign investment than in Pakistan..isnt it ?? makes sense ?? actually it shouldn't.
 

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Whoo hooo. Being detained in a Zim prison?? :blink:

My buddies in Zim say that the meal of the day there is usually fried roaches served in a hot sauce of spider's puke. And that is usually if you are a well behaved prisoner. Heaven help these dudes if they are innocent. If not, I wouldn't be surprised to read in a few days that they will be demanding to be extradited to Gautanamo Bay :azn:
 

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Sorry stopped reading there. Zero credibility...

Well actually , they are quite a credible police force. Based in Southern Africa, I can assure you that the Zim police are highly trained. It was the Zim Secret Service which lost credibility during Mugabe's reign but now that the PM Tsvangarai has assumed executive power in Zim, that nation is being internationally recognised as a southern African major role player. Zim police are trained not only by South African police but also by British police forces. Their investigative skills are acknowledged internationally. So in effect, to claim that the Zim police hold no credibility is without any merit. Also, don't forget that this was a joint operation between the Zim police and one of the world's best organised police forces, namely the South African Police.
 

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