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Daily Roundup from Willard Payne (Night Watch Information Service)
Monday, 05 November 2007 22:37
by Willard Payne

AMRITSAR - November 2, the day before the State of Emergency in Pakistan, Indian railway officials in Delhi received a letter from the Kashmir based Islamic militant group Jaish-e-Mohammed, which threatened to attack Indian railway stations all across northern India including the stations in Amritsar, Ludihiana and Delhi. The letter also stated the group intends to attack religious shrines including Vaishnodevi.

For the past few years the two main targets by the Islamic militant network in India, supported by Teheran-Islamabad, have been railway stations and religious shrines. The letter was mentioned by Security-Risks. com, which is directed by retired Indian Brigadier Rahul Bhonsle based in Delhi and his daily news service SASTNSCAN 03 Nov. Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf is aware if Islamic groups are able to conduct a series of successful attacks in rapid secession against important targets in India it would force Delhi to implement its “hot pursuit” policy and attack the militant bases inside Pakistan’s part of Kashmir and in Pakistan itself. In preparation for that Musharraf imposed a State of Emergency as preparation for full scale war. If the attacks disrupt India’s train service in the north it would be more difficult for Delhi to send reinforcements to Jammu-Kashmir.
Delhi - In response to these alarming developments Delhi has placed its Border Security Forces (BSF), on high alert along the entire length of India’s border with Pakistan from Jammu-Kashmir to Gujarat on the Arabian Sea. The official reason being to prevent any infiltration attempts by Islamic units taking advantage of the security crisis in Pakistan, but I suspect Delhi believes Islamabad has deliberately placed Pakistan’s population in a state of readiness for full scale war and India’s government knows it was Musharraf who designed and carried out the 1999 Kargil Probe that nearly set off the fourth major war between them. When Musharraf became President that year someone in Pakistan, who knew of his military reputation, stated Musharraf is willing to take a risk even if there is only a 20 percent chance of success.
Teheran - In support of Pakistan, Teheran has instructed the General Commander of the Islamic Republic Army, Major-General Ataollah Salehi, to place Iran’s armed forces on full alert. The difference of course is while India’s high alert is defensive, Iran’s full alert is offensive. In February Musharraf visited Teheran, as part of his nine nation tour, and presented his offensive “Action Plan” knowing Iran has prepared to enter the conflict in an attempt to see if Islamic rulers can once again control India’s economy and its enormous resources.
Litani River - In south Lebanon AP and the newspaper Al-Akhbar are reporting that for the past three days the Islamic military - political unit Hezbollah have been conducting maneuvers south of the Litani river “in extreme secrecy and without any show of arms.” The exercises were supervised by Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah who stated they were held as a way of “deterring the enemy from carrying out any adventure in Lebanon.” In reality this is Teheran’s way of preparing Hezbollah, an extension of Iran’s military, to enter the current war between Israel and Palestinian groups that have been firing Qassam rockets and mortars from Gaza since mid-March. The rate of fire increased last week and Hezbollah is said to possess 33,000 rockets of a variety of ranges some of which can reach Tel Aviv. It is here where I believe Israel will first use its nuclear weapons in order to prevent becoming involved in a long costly land engagement.
Persian Gulf - Debka reports in the Persian Gulf Washington has been conducting maneuvers, led by the carrier USS Enterprise and its strike force, to prevent attacks against maritime shipping especially its oil traffic. The maneuvers began November 2 and are in response to a statement October 29 by Iranian General Ali Fahdavi in which he stated the Revolutionary Guard Naval forces under his command are able to attack oil exports heading out of the Gulf region.
Teheran -In the dark of these latest developments yesterday, Japan Deputy Foreign Minister Itsunori Onodera confronted Iran Foreign Minster Manouchehr Mottaki in Teheran on I assume Tokyo’s extremely serious concerns on continued access to oil from Persian Gulf states one of Japan’s most important economic lifelines. Late last year Tokyo withdrew $10 billion dollars of investments in Iran and suspended an oil development operation in the Persian Gulf. Tokyo has also increased its strategic relations with Moscow-Canberra-Delhi.

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apna nam said:

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this is all propaganda by the anglosaxon parasites.
all thse lies are the same as is being ppushed by the anglosaxon race for many years.people have wisend to it now.
 
November 06, 2007
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