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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2008 11:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


More British police to help probe Bhutto's assassination in Pakistan

www.chinaview.cn 2008-01-09 21:39:06

Special report: Benazir Bhutto assassinated

ISLAMABAD, Jan. 9 (Xinhua) -- Another group of Scotland Yard investigators arrived in Pakistan Wednesday to assist in the inquiry into the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, the News Network International news agency reported.

The three-member team would join their seven colleagues who have been in Pakistan since Jan. 4, said the report.

The British police have been providing technical assistance to Pakistani investigators to hold inquiry into the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, who was killed on Dec. 27 after she addressed a big public meeting in the garrison city of Rawalpindi.

President Pervez Musharraf said last week he was "not fully satisfied" with the investigation into the killing by the Pakistani police and had requested to the British prime minister to send Scotland Yard detectives.

Bhutto's People's Party (PPP) has called for a wider inquiry by the United Nations. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said on Monday that Pakistan had not approached the UN for Bhutto's murder probe.

The team from Scotland Yard has visited the scene of Ms Bhutto's murder and also recorded statements of an injured police officer on duty as well as injured party activists. They have also examined the bullet-proof car of Bhutto and body parts of the suicide bomber.

The Scotland Yard called on Musharraf on Tuesday and sought his support for their investigation. Musharraf assured the British police that he wanted to reach the bottom as to who were behind Bhutto's assassination.

[Hmmmmm. atm]

Interior Ministry spokesman Javed Iqbal Cheema said there were no restrictions on the movement of the British police and that they could stay as long as they wanted.

There has been different accounts of what caused Bhutto's death. Local media quoted PPP sources as saying that Bhutto was killed by gun shots. While an initial government report said she was killed by smashing her head on the sunroof lever of her vehicle when dodging the attack.

So the lever did it.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2008 4:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The spiritual significance of the murder is the main one. The starter of islam was not any male prohpet, but a female being who was called one of the wives of Muhhamad. Any time this direct attack happens on moslem women in particular it signals a decline of the power of the islamic movement. She had other male assistants, but she was the true source of the Koran.

This murder in particular,
It starts a decline in islamic sentiment in the middle east and in 6-8 years it means orchestrated decline in the bombings and islamic terrorism.

The Harvard education and liberalism of the victim have nothing to do with murder. Also rather her son with the Oxford education (I might be mistaken - was it Cambridge?) is the one who will be orchestrated ,but who as a relatively innocent individual still has free will of choosing his mission on this world, if the son has some wisdom on his own he will pull out of politics and the whole trying to master the game. If he does not - he will be used and he will prove to be a very empowering man to the multitudes so to speak. But at a personal loss of the connection with his own soul. I dream that he would choose his own soul over the politics.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 3:32 pm    Post subject: Where is Bhutto's scarf Reply with quote

Wouldn't you like to examine Bhutto's scarf for blood patterns. My guess is that the prophet Mohammad will appear on it.

Where is Bhutto's scarf
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I always thought that Bhutto was such a fine lookin woman especially a few years back. Damn those window levers!!
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2008 5:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


Bhutto’s party will work with Musharraf after election


Tuesday, January 15, 2008

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) said on Monday it might work with President Pervez Musharraf after the elections, despite his apparent unpopularity and allegations that elements within his government may have played a role in the assassination of the party’s supreme icon, Benazir Bhutto.

Benazir’s party and the other main opposition groups have intensified calls for President Musharraf’s resignation since her death.

However, when asked whether the PPP would cooperate with Musharraf, PPP spokesman Farhatullah Babar said, “all options are open”.

“These are bridges which we will cross when they come,” he added, echoing remarks attributed by the Pakistani media recently to Benazir’s widower and now de-facto party head Asif Ali Zardari.

Analysts predict that any cooperation between Musharraf and the PPP would be short-lived and unstable, given likely opposition to the move by the party’s rank and file. It would, however, be perceived as an alliance of secular, moderate forces and could, as such, be welcomed by Western nations. ap



Nearly half of Pakistanis say government behind Bhutto's death


From Monday's Globe and Mail

January 14, 2008 at 4:22 AM EST


ISLAMABAD — Nearly half of Pakistanis suspect their government or its allies of killing opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, according to an opinion poll that illustrates the depth of public distrust of the U.S.-backed regime.

The response indicated that, if transferred into the voting booth, political parties supportive of President Pervez Musharraf will face a serious backlash in next month's election.

Analysts believe that signs of Mr. Musharraf's growing unpopularity could lead the United States, and even the Pakistani army, to re-evaluate its backing for him.

"How can Musharraf be an effective ally against terrorism if his own people think he is more likely to have committed an act of terrorism than the terrorists he says he's going to eliminate?" said Husain Haqqani, director of the Center for International Relations at Boston University. "This poll should be a wake-up call for the Americans."

In the survey, 23 per cent of respondents said they believed that government agencies were most likely to have killed Ms. Bhutto, while a further 25 per cent pointed to government-allied politicians.

The figures among supporters of the Pakistan Peoples Party, which Ms. Bhutto led, were higher.

Rasul Bakhsh Rais, a political scientist at Lahore's University of Management Sciences, said that in constituencies with tight races, such sentiments could decide the election results.

"I think the government's allies have no hope, if elections are free and fair," he said.

In interviews with 1,300 people across Pakistan, Gallup found just 17 per cent blamed al-Qaeda or the Taliban for assassinating Ms. Bhutto, while 12 per cent thought the United States was the most likely culprit - making the U.S. only slightly less suspect than known terrorist groups.

Pakistanis often accuse the country's extensive intelligence network of intervening in politics and even aiding terrorism.

In this case, the accusations have been fuelled by what Ms. Bhutto said before she died and allegations made by her husband subsequently. Ms. Bhutto named one serving and one retired intelligence chief as being among the people she suspected of plotting to kill her, and told her U.S. lobbyist that Mr. Musharraf should be held partly responsible if anything happened to her.

After her death on Dec. 27, her husband, Asif Zardari, branded the pro-Musharraf political party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Q, which has ruled for the last five years, as the "Killer League."

Mr. Musharraf has angrily denied that any government agency was involved in Ms. Bhutto's death.

To address doubts about how she died - the government says she hit her head on the sunroof of her car, while Mr. Zardari is sure she was shot - Mr. Musharraf has now called for her body to be exhumed and an autopsy conducted.

In an interview with Newsweek magazine, Mr. Musharraf charged his rivals with using the allegations against the government for political ends.

Hmmm indeed.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't know about this one...any thoughts?

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