Wednesday, June 17, 2009


A reap as ye sow moment:
Armed tribesmen have killed six suspected Taliban militants in north-western Pakistan in their government-backed revenge campaign for a deadly mosque blast, police said.

Up to 3,000 villagers in Upper Dir took up arms in early June, forming a militia - known locally as a lashkar - after 38 people died in a suicide bombing at a mosque in the district. The Taliban were held responsible.


Anonymous Mehaul said...

Keep going boys, more news like this the better. Nice revenge now, no nasty stuff like taking heads and putting them on public display. The PC media in Australia will not be happy. Do unto others...etc

8:43 PM  

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