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Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by beardo, Sep 12, 2001.

  1. beardo

    beardo Guest

    here you go bro, spew the knowlege, just keep it out of my thread

    Shia scholar, son shot dead: Terrorists ambush on Sunset Boulevard - KARACHI, Sept 12: Allama Syed Razi Hyder, pesh imam of Defence imambargah and his teenage son were shot dead near Sunset Boulevard when armed men in a car ambushed his car at the traffic signal of Punjab Colony. The armed men opened fire on the Allama’s car for quite some time injuring them seriously and escaped while firing in the air. The incident created panic among motorists. The victims were shifted to JPMC by some motorists where the medico-legal officer pronounced Allama Razi Hyder and his elder son, Abbas Ali, dead. (Courtesy Star)(posted @ 15:05 PST)

    Editor confirms getting Osama letter: Islamabad, Sept 12 :The editor of Ausaf newspaper mentioned about a letter he received from Osama bin Laden in which he has supported the terroristic attacks on the United States. "According to the letter he (Osama) is satisfied (over the attacks)," editor Hamid Mir told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in an interview. (DPA)(posted @ 23:50 PST)

    Lashkar-i-Taiba group denies claims to US terror attacks: KARACHI, Sept 12: Lashkar-i-Taiba group fighting against Indian rule in Kashmir reversed its claim of responsibility for the wave of terrorist attacks in the United States. Lashkar-i-Taiba earlier said its suicide bombers had hijacked jets which plunged into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. But Lashkar spokesman Abdullah Muntazir later said he did not know who had claimed responsibility under the group's name in a statement sent to news agencies. "We deny the report and have not issued any such statement," he said. (AFP)(Updated @ 12:40 PST)

    Bush calls terror strikes "act of war" as rescuers comb debris from blitz: NEW YORK, Sept 12: President George W. Bush today branded terrorist strikes at the heart of US power as "an act of war" and vowed to avenge the murders of thousands of victims in a "monumental struggle of good versus evil." (AFP)(posted @ 23:50 PST)
  2. beardo

    beardo Guest