Terror strikes Karachi

Published: November 11, 2010
Rescue and security personnel work at the bomb blast site. PHOTO: AFP

Rescue and security personnel work at the bomb blast site. PHOTO: AFP

Rescue and security personnel work at the bomb blast site. PHOTO: AFP The injured are being taken to Jinnah Hospital. Crowd of people gather around the site of blast. The explosion heavily damaged nearby buildings. An explosion near the PIDC building targeted the DIG CID's office.

KARACHI: An explosion has killed 15 people at the DIG CID’s office near the PIDC building on Club Road in Karachi. The DIG was not inside the building at the time of the blast.

According to eye witness reports there was an exchange of gunfire prior to the blasts that continued for 30 minutes. Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza also confirmed that five to six people opened fire before the explosion.

According to Ahmed Jung, sources claimed that the CID had received a bomb threat yesterday (Wednesday). CID had arrested a high profile terrorist ‘Iqbal’ belonging to the Mehsud tribe yesterday and had received a threat in that regard.

A lot of data on terrorists is feared to be lost in this explosion.


So far, 15 people are being reported dead, while more than 100 have been injured. According to Express 24/7 Correspondent Ahmed Jung, the number of injured is expected to rise. Two FC officials were found injured inside the building. Women and children have also been wounded in the attack.

Rescue efforts

Hospitals are appealing for blood donations for the injured.

Express 24/7 Masror Hausen reports that 80 to 90 people have been brought into Jinnah Hospital, who were not critically injured.

According to Masror Hausen, in the initial panic outside Jinnah Hospital, Rangers arrested a person carrying a gun. The man claimed that he was a member of the CID. However, he did not have an ID card and so he was arrested.

Nature of the blast

The blast is said to have occurred from a car bomb or truck which drove into the building following an exchange of gunfire in the area. Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza confirmed this report. According to Ahmed Jung, 200kg of explosives were used in the blast. The police has also reportedly found hand grenades at the site of the blast.

Blast intensity

According to Express Tribune reporter Hafeez Tunio, the CID building has been flattened in the blast, while roof of nearby houses have collapsed. Windows of buildings as far as the Marriot were also shattered by the intensity. The whole colony around the blast site was also severely damaged.

Ahmed Jung reports that the blast caused a 12 to 15 feet wide crater in the ground at the entrance of the building, while 16 to 20 nearby houses were heavily damaged.

Express News Correspondent Nadeem Khan reports the intensity of the explosion was such that it was heard for many kilometers around and nearby buildings have been damaged. According to officials the blast intensity was the highest to have been witnessed in Karachi in recent years.

Site of blast

The explosion took place in a central, highly sensitive area of Karachi. Aside from the PIDC building, there is also the Chief Minister House, Governor House, Pearl Continental Hotel and Sheraton hotel in the area.

Official Statements

Former CPLC Chief Jameel Yousuf said that the aim of the explosion could have been to rescue terror suspects who were were being kept in the building. He added that the injured who are being taken to the hospitals could have those suspects within them and security at the hospitals should be aware of this as their accomplices could try to rescue them from there as well.

Renowned social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi, who was present at Jinnah Hospital said this attack was not the work of a human being or a Muslim. He said that terrorists are roaming around Karachi, and we do not know what their aim is.

CPLC Chief Ahmed Chani said that if a terrorist comes on a mission, he is fully prepared to give his life adding that there is need for pre-emptive measures and information gathering on people who enter the city. He said that this building was a softest target for the terrorists in the area.

Sindh Information Minister Sharmila Farooqui said that the government is not fully equipped to combat such incidents. The government is working on intelligence sharing.  She said that the government needs funds to fully equip the police.

She said that she calls upon everyone to give strength to the government, the police and the army to combat terrorism adding that we are in a state of war and everybody is vulnerable.

Tweets about the explosion

husainhaqqani Terrorists have attacked R cities & R citizens 4 many years, long before 9/11, motivated by extremist ideology. Denial must end

husainhaqqani Pakistanis must unite 2 confront apologists 4 extremism: The victims R ours. Terrorists R our enemies. Ths is R war

MahwashB @BarackObama Bring back dead Pakistanis. Including the 40 from today. You aren’t fighting this war. We are. #Karachi#Pakistan

marvisirmed Karachi, you have to recognize the enemy. All political forces better remain united against these beasts. Hit them back with unity.

sundastahir May god forgive us our transgressions, our own killing our own. An ode to the fallen in Karachi… I pray for Karachitonight :'(

FarrukhSiddiqui Dozens of motorcycles destroyed and windows were shattered up to 2 km away. #Karachi Blast

Eshal_ My 2 yr old niece came to me & said “bomb phat gaya bomb”!!! Kids deserve an innocent childhood FREE OF BOMBS!

salmajafri This is big: houses, bldgs collapsed. blast heard till end of #karachi phase 8 :( husband gone to put petrol#kneejerkreaction

fahadfaruqui Another blast in Karachi. What a nightmare! Tired of family calling me to check my whereabouts. #LifeInPakistan

mshafiquk Strong condemnation of the terrorist attack near Chief Minister House in #Karachi, thoughts with victims and family#pakistan

beenasarwar: #Bomb exploded at CID center where Laskhar-e-Jhangvi member arrested yesterday in#Karachi was held #Pakistan

DrUmairAli just see how strong the terrorists are in pakistan….shame on our govt…..law enforcement….army…..#Karachi bomb

fariZafar Somebody rightly said it: “We don’t live in Karachi. We survive in Karachi.” #Karachi #Blast

UmairMohsin I don’t care much for the police but today really feel for them #Karachi #blast. All that carnage and loss of human life…

beenasarwar People at #Karachi Gymkhana report that Gymkhana windows were shattered #Karachi v @discomaulvi/Prob’ly all windows nearby #blast

fariZafar 30 injured/obliterated bodies have been brought to Jinnah hospital first up. #Blast #Karachi

MirMAli it looks like the Taliban have strengthen their roots in karachi.

faisaljamkhan: This sound of blast which people heard tonight in Karachi is heard n suffered by people of Waziratan every night

Rezhasan blast in Karachi targets office of CID, which had recently arrested several Lashkar-e-Jhangvi militants

thekarachikid I live in defence and our windows rattled. #karachi

raghuduttc Have they blamed RAW yet ?RT @pragmatic_d: RT @Rezhasan: blast in Karachi apparently at a police building triggers panic in streets

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Reader Comments (64)

  • Nov 11, 2010 - 8:34PM

    Very big explosion . Our windows at sea view shook and we knew it was powerful explosion.Recommend

  • Ali Haider
    Nov 11, 2010 - 8:53PM


  • Aruna Gaitonde
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:06PM

    We have said enough of terrorism and Pakistan !

    Now, I have nothing to say. But, I feel sorry for the common citizens of Pakistan.Recommend

  • Aruna Gaitonde
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:09PM

    And whatever steps the Pakistan government claims to be taking to protect its citizens seems just not enough!Recommend

  • faraz
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:10PM

    Another strategic asset has self depreciatedRecommend

  • Amer
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:22PM

    Pakistan is fighting a world wide war on it’s home soil. My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the dead and injured. May Allah Protect Pakistan. AmeenRecommend

  • bangash
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:25PM

    Lashkar-e-Jhangi is the most dangerous militant group in Pakistan today yet it escapes attention. This group needs to be taken down.Recommend

  • Nov 11, 2010 - 9:31PM

    Very Sad So SadRecommend

  • KM
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:33PM

    Care for a Million March PAKISTANIS??? Ya ye rahain, ya hum … Roz roz kay marnay say, inko maar kay marna should be the motto …

    PLEASE RISE!Recommend

  • Syed A. Mateen
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:46PM

    All terrorists need to be eliminated one after another. These bad guys have taken the peace of Pakistan.

    I am grieved to learn that several people died and many are injured. May Al-Mighty Allah protect the entire Pakistan from these evil forces. AmeenRecommend

  • fahad
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:52PM

    the usualRecommend

  • Aurangya
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:52PM

    I thought Lashkar were freedom fighters, no?Recommend

  • muzna
    Nov 11, 2010 - 9:55PM

    our government has failed to save this country…i think jungles r peaceful compare to our country…O Allah please help us..AameenRecommend

  • sarah
    Nov 11, 2010 - 10:01PM

    stay safe karachiites!! what a magnitude of a blast! we heard it from dha, Recommend

  • Nov 11, 2010 - 10:06PM

    Our govt’s knee jerk reaction to each terrorist activity is to label it as a suicide blast, saves their butts from further investigation. Recommend

  • Hassan
    Nov 11, 2010 - 10:13PM

    Monetary funds for all departments and agencies in Pakistan is allway’s skimmed hence not enough resources to do the job properly intelligence agency’s included. Pakistan and Pakistanis will never learn.Shame Recommend

  • Asrar Ahmed
    Nov 11, 2010 - 10:17PM

    This has to stop. Muslims (?) killing muslims.

    what are law enforcement agencies doing?

    who will protect us.

    Oh. Mr President is again on a foreign visit!Recommend

  • saman
    Nov 11, 2010 - 10:23PM

    why all this thing doing in karachi akhir kab tak hum sahi
    kab khatam hoga yahe sub?:(Recommend

  • sandy
    Nov 11, 2010 - 10:31PM

    The demon that Pakistan have created to tackle India has imploded. While India rises, Pak sinks to the bottom. Pity that the leaders and decision makers, and even Musharraf thinks that there is no need to act against these “strategic assets” in a hurry… Recommend

  • Nov 11, 2010 - 10:37PM

    We are live at PECHS, when the explosion the whole area was shooked & look to see where sound arrives but Allah save our Pakistan & keep the clean from these things Inshallah Recommend

  • Amer
    Nov 11, 2010 - 10:42PM

    The question again is, why weren’t the security forces on high alert when they had received threats yesterday? They had a high profile terrorist in their hands, they had threats because of him and they were NOT on high alert. WHY?
    They should protect their own buildings more carefully. If they can’t even protect their own buildings then how can we expect them to protect the common citizens of Pakistan?
    I don’t think any Pakistani in their right mind expects the security forces to protect them nowadays in Pakistan! Very Sad.Recommend

  • Nov 11, 2010 - 10:45PM

    Biggest threat to Pakistan is the corrupt politicians. These are the ones who cultivated terrorist (organizations) directly or indirectly for the benefit of themselves. Now becasue you want to control them due to pressure put by the US, they are killing the civilians to exhibit their power. I love Karachi. Recommend

  • UmEr
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:04PM

    @Aurangya, this is Lahkar-e-Jhangvi, the sister organisation of TTP in Pakistan, a sectarian group. Lashkar Taiba are still freedom fighters for us.Recommend

  • Ahsanullah Mehsud
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:13PM

    For how long will they strike, these barbarians can only be eradicated through unity. Every citizen should keep eyes on such elements.Recommend

  • Umair Waheed Sheikh, Khayban e Hafiz,IBA Karachi
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:23PM

    Well another achievement for our security forces! These nut heads were able to get 1 tonne of explosives and detonate that. I dont think talking to them is an issue. We should summarily execute these people. Besides everyone hailing from FATA, Waziristan etc should be banned from entering Karachi. Racist or whatever you call it is these people who are responsible for this mayhem. And the intelligence chiefs also be put on trial. Are they sleeping? In how many cases have they recovered the masterminds. It is our army which is supporting these militants in Kashmir etc. We must put an end to this and destroy them. Demolish Al Asif Square and things will start falling in place.Recommend

  • Aftab Kenneth Wilson
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:23PM

    I am residing 15 km away from this blast but it looked as if all this happened a km away. Certainly a very big security laps in a red zone. Very strange that we are very short of rescue and search equipment. These and other LASHKARs were suppose to be freedom fighters but now it seems that they want to free us from our lives. When will we get rid from these Strategic Assets and those who are backing them in the garb of Political Party/Religious Parties or those who always comment on this issue in a very Diplomatic Language “Saaf Chuptay Bhi NaheeN Samaney Atay Bhi NaheeN” though security agencies clearly know these faces behind the curtains.Recommend

  • Mohammad Jawed Iqbal
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:25PM

    once again its attack by TTP Tehrek e Taliban Pakistan we have said lots of time that its Anti Muslim and Anti Pakistan Force they are doing these all activities from NWFP, Gilgit Baltistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhawa why not our border areas Pakhtons destroy them with Pak Army as we ever said that Pakhtons are our Second Army but I do not know why they do not use their self against TTP they have ability to finished them as they did in Afghanistan and hope Pak Army and Our Political Leaders will Finished then as soon as possible but now they have to do Recommend

  • Danish
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:30PM

    And if these barbarians are picked up by agencies, they become “missing persons”……. when will we learn to appreciate the sacrifices of our security forces and intelligence agencies???Recommend

  • Danish
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:32PM

    May Allah give peace to all the departed souls….and give give strehgth to their loved ones!!!Recommend

  • Anonymous
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:33PM

    “this is Lahkar-e-Jhangvi, the sister organisation of TTP in Pakistan, a sectarian group. Lashkar Taiba are still freedom fighters for us.”
    r u serious? u must be zaid hamid follower!!
    Do u know that LeT’s official goal is to fly their flag over red fort in new delhi?
    BTW all Lashkars/TTP/al Q they have inter-mingled, u cant say one terror group is better than the next. Haven’t we had enough blood and bomblast yet?
    Jaisay karonge waisey bharonge!!Recommend

  • Muneer
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:42PM

    I thought Lashkar were freedom
    fighters, no?

    They are. All our freedom fighters hurt Pakistan and Pakistanis more than they hurt anyone else. Even Lashkar-e-Taiba’s Bombay attack only gave India the excuse it needed to back away of negotiations and to declare Pakistan a patron of terrorists. Recommend

  • Imran
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:43PM

    marta hamesha ghareeb he hai be it 9/11 or like today 11/11. This is a never ending game and this game is fixed for which the motive is to finish the country!Recommend

  • Harish
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:48PM

    whether they are freedom fighters or whatever name you call…terrorists are terrorists…they don’t deserve to be called human beings…at the end innocent people get killed….i think you people are blindfolded by so called freedom fighters, kashmir issue…i strongly feel by next generation your pakistan will be divided and there will be four countries there….we are waiting for that to happen so that your export(i.e terrorist) menace will be reduced and world will be at peace….Recommend

  • Nov 11, 2010 - 11:48PM

    Our sympathies go with with the families of the victims of this terror attack and no country other then India understands better the pain caused by terrorism in the whole world. Its high time when Pakistanis realized that its not in their interests to keep giving safe havens to the terrorists. It doesn’t matter whether they are anti India or anti west; they don’t differentiate while killing innocent people. Pakistan must understand now that time is running out for their country before they get isolated completely by the international community. When other nations are signing free trade agreements; Pakistan is exporting terrorism in the whole world. There is a famous saying, “What you sow, so shall you reap .” And it fits on Pakistan perfectly. You allowed these terrorists to take shelter in your country, to attack India, to radicalize your own people and now you are paying the price of making this big mistake. This is what happens when you try to take a ride on a tiger. I hope and wish that ultimately a good sense will prevail in Pakistan and it will move away from the path of terrorism. Recommend

  • Humanity
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:50PM

    @UmEr “this is Lahkar-e-Jhangvi, the sister organisation of TTP in Pakistan, a sectarian group. Lashkar Taiba are still freedom fighters for us.

    Isn’t the nation sick of all these so-called brothers and sisters of devil incarnate?
    The sipaha-e-juhula and Lashkar Zalameen have defamed the name of Islam and caused immeasurable damage to the country.

    The country is being dragged back to stone age. Grow up .. and get out of the narcissism, before the “freedom fighters” turn the country into another Afghanistan. Recommend

  • Nov 11, 2010 - 11:57PM


    May the families of those who have been killed and injured in the blast, have the courage to go through this hard time. Recommend

  • Noor
    Nov 11, 2010 - 11:59PM

    Extraordinary security should have been provided to the CID office, if a high profile terrorist was held inside.

    The bomb attacks by militant terrorists and the verbal attacks by the Arunas and Aurangas (intellectual terrorists) of the world are alike, meant to weaken the Pakistani citizen’s faith in their country.

    The resilient nation will not fall. It never will.

    My heartfelt condolences to the grieved families.Recommend

  • Salim Ansari
    Nov 12, 2010 - 12:12AM

    Peace will return once Kashmir becomes part of Pakistan.Recommend

  • Nov 12, 2010 - 12:13AM

    The purpose of this blast may be to divert everyone’s attention from the RGST. Recommend

  • Nov 12, 2010 - 12:30AM

    Very sad incident indeed.

    Welcome to the war on terrorism – lets ‘do-more’.

    We will never learn anything from history.Recommend

  • Nov 12, 2010 - 12:35AM

    Please contemplate the possibility that the purpose of the blast is to divert people’s attention from the RGST bill they are trying to pass in the National Assembly. Those who breach the levies can do anything. Honorable Abdus Sattar Edhi suggests something similar at 1:31 of this video http://tinyurl.com/2f3ms34 He has been making bold statements lately. I worry for his life.Recommend

  • Ronit
    Nov 12, 2010 - 12:54AM

    @salim ansari

    That means there will never be peace Recommend

  • Sushil Raina
    Nov 12, 2010 - 1:04AM

    Pakistan is now reaping what it sowed. For decades it has been encouraging, abetting, aiding the “freedom fighters” to destabilize India. The monster has now grown too big for its own good. It wants to now feed on its care-taker. I can bet on this forum that in 10 years Pakistan will be taken over my Taliban, or will get invaded by USA to flush out the Taliban elements.
    Good luck!

    Sushil Raina
    (proud Kashmiri Pandit)Recommend

  • Amer
    Nov 12, 2010 - 1:06AM

    @Sapan Kapoor: It’s Ludicrous & Sad that you choose such a news update to tell us that “When other nations are signing free trade agreements; Pakistan is exporting terrorism in the whole world.” etc etc. Our families and children are the victims & then we are to be blamed for getting killed in terrorist attacks? I think you should keep you opinions for some other fourm. I don’t want to blame India etc here since we should hold our own government reponsible for providing security to it’s citizens.
    To me it’s simple: this blast is a reaction to the terrorists that our security agencies caught and we could expect more reactions like this one if our security forces are successful in their fight against terrorism. I do believe that the CID etc should have been on their highest alert since this is a very sensitive area of the city but sometimes you cannot stop a 1000KG explosive from going off with a coordinated attack like this. I think the solution is only to take the fight to the terrorists.
    Again, I don’t want to go down to the level you went, so I won’t reply to your allegations.
    I hope Pakistan succeeds in fighting terror whereever it comes from. And my heart goes out to our security forces and all the people who were killed or injured in this incident. Recommend

  • Hamood
    Nov 12, 2010 - 1:35AM

    Its time to erect an Israeli style wall around FATA and the rest of the country. Although terrorists are recruited from all over the country, they all go to FATA for explosives and suicide training. Everybody going in and out of FATA must be checked thoroughly. The reason Peshawar suffered the most is because it is only a few miles from there and these guys would move freely in and out of there. All the terror attacks in the country are traced back to FATA. Either bring FATA into the 21st century (maybe 15th) or cut it off from the rest of the country.Recommend

  • Rahul
    Nov 12, 2010 - 2:40AM

    Pakistan is a strategic Asset – but only for pakistani army and politicians… we stand with the people of karachi in this hour of grief!!Recommend

  • Salim Ansari
    Nov 12, 2010 - 2:54AM

    @ronit: “@salim ansari: That means there will never be peace.”

    Ronit – my statement was an exercise in sarcasm.

    With ever increasing attacks such as this one, my only fear is that the Pakistani Punjabi establishment will propel the sub-continent into a no-holds barred conflict in a bid to “save Pakistan”.

    All attempts to create a Pakistani or Islamic identity have failed. Historically or culturally there NEVER was such a thing as PAKISTAN.

    There is such as thing as natural boundary of cultures and civilizations, and hate to admit it as I may, the truth is – lands comprising Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kashmir all are part of the greater Hindu/Buddhist civilization.

    Whether one likes it or not, cultures and civilizations ALWAYS reclaim their frontiers in time.Recommend

  • Neel
    Nov 12, 2010 - 4:09AM

    “this is Lahkar-e-Jhangvi, the sister organisation of TTP in Pakistan, a sectarian group. Lashkar Taiba are still freedom fighters for us.” .. you wanna fight india..but first live then fight…some sane man said live today fight tomorrowRecommend

  • Hassan
    Nov 12, 2010 - 4:37AM

    Laskhar e jhangvi, laskhar tayiba are extremely lame excuses for mujahideen, they are full of theives and wanted persons for various crimes in Pakistan then hide under the guise of these terrorist organisations. To be honest alot of them don’t resemble muslims at all.Recommend

  • Maulana Diesel
    Nov 12, 2010 - 4:38AM

    In this time of grief I certainly don’t want to see “as you sow so shall you reap” lectures from our friends across the border. Either sympathize with us or if you can’t bring yourself to say a few words of sympathy then please stay shut.Recommend

  • Akhtar
    Nov 12, 2010 - 5:19AM

    Dear sir
    Pakistan is a backward violent country and lack s insight look at your news still discussing Plot of land american plts Indian plots conspiracy theories etcRecommend

  • Anis Qureshi
    Nov 12, 2010 - 7:16AM

    Terrorist are free to play havoc with pakistanis and they are supported by extremist orzanizations. General Kiyani have mercy on us and take on these terrorists.Recommend

  • Jafakush
    Nov 12, 2010 - 7:18AM

    @ Liaquat Ali: It is very much possible, when ratings go down use terror alerts and blasts.

    “The great masses of the people …
    will more easily fall victims
    to a big lie than
    to a small one.”
    -Adolf HitlerRecommend

  • Halaku Khan
    Nov 12, 2010 - 7:26AM

    @ Indians

    Thanks for the sympathies but pakistan has a 27/11 every week so kindly dont say no one understands more then India. As far as the suggestions are concerned, lolRecommend

  • Ashwin
    Nov 12, 2010 - 7:31AM

    Sad News wonder how people who lost their loved ones feel about the terrorists and Pakistan’s establishment strategic goals.Pakistanis take back your Pakistan stop feeding your own people it is cruel, in your extreme hate towards India your hurting the every country u love.Sitting across the border seeing all this one is not only scared but deeply saddened.May god give peace and strength to the bereaved. Recommend

  • Khan
    Nov 12, 2010 - 7:33AM

    @ Liaqat

    I wouldn’t be surprised if that was true.. Recommend

  • Zeeshan
    Nov 12, 2010 - 8:39AM

    Kashmir is the solutionRecommend

  • Muhammad Yousuf
    Nov 12, 2010 - 10:05AM


    Behind this blast the think is that? How is it possible that they carry a thousands KG bomb in the city and our shameless agencies do not know? I don’t think so agencies don’t know

    And every time they pass their statement that enough resources to tackle.

    Police and agencies only know that how to puzzle Public
    Shame Shame Shame Recommend

  • Daubic
    Nov 12, 2010 - 12:37PM

    Mr. Zeeshan, How can kashmir solve this issue? Can you throw some ideas. For god’s sake if Kashmir is also added to Pakistan(this is not going to happen), then there will be blasts there as well. You talk about HR Violations in Jammu Kashmir, what do you call this? Freedom struggle of your strategic assets? Killing innocent either from other countries or your country is condemnable act and there should be no soft corner.

    Have you ever felt the same way when innocent Mumbaikars were targeted in 26/11. May be you complain you face 26/11 or 9/11 every month. This is because, you brought your citizens like that and you cannot blame the world for that.

    Till you change your ideas on support to strategic assets and the militants(freedom fighters in your terms), get prepared to face the trail and training sessions of those assets in your land.Recommend

  • edgarm
    Nov 12, 2010 - 2:00PM

    sad to see so many people die for something so abstarct as your neighbours azadi.Recommend

  • Emmon Khan
    Nov 12, 2010 - 10:48PM

    These are the friends of our great war heros and generals! They will be free to play havoc with the lives of the Pakistanis till they keep away from harming the villas and headquarters of our STRATEGIC thinking generals!Recommend

  • Laura
    Nov 13, 2010 - 12:14PM

    Freedom fighters–at what price? There is no freedom with this type of fight. Children’s torn bodies being carried out of the rubble? Or innocent bystanders caught in the middle of the blast? People living in fear. My heart goes out to those who are mourning their loved ones. Recommend

  • Jaffer Shah
    Nov 14, 2010 - 12:11AM

    Ah Islam what crimes are being committed on thy name.
    This is a brutal act of Lashkar-e- Jhangvi, the freedom fighters and saviors of Muslims…… Shame on all those who says this is jihad…….. JIHAD………Against Muslims……. Really terrible…….. Recommend

  • Anonymous
    Nov 14, 2010 - 4:04PM

    All of you or some of you can just commenting here. Did you ever think about this can be done by Black water or any other foreign agencies. You are supporting the blame game by your neighbor. Why noone ask about the cruelty in Kashmir, Babari mosque shahdat. In gujrat(india) about 10000 of innocent muslim killed by extremists hindus. Why you not protest the drone hits, Gaza strikes. Supporting cruelty is bigger. Recommend

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