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Mr Malik and conspiracy theories … or are they?

Posted in Uncategorized by osamabinjavaid on April 18, 2011

The Pakistani interior minister has been called many things but a spy master is a new pseudonym. An elaborate account claims that he not only runs a spy agency but goes on to hint at his alleged involvement with the Benazir murder case. And of course Mr Malik denies all that.

A flawed relationship built on mistrust with Washington and Delhi, the recent handling of the Raymond Davis affair, claiming to have arrested all involved in the Benazir murder case and frequent statements on the inability to stop Drone attacks, all put Mr Malik in the limelight. Analysts believe Rehman Malik was told to stay clear of the Davis because of his love for the cameras. Some question his beginnings from an ordinary officer to the country’s top man on security. But whatever the case, he has proven to be a remarkable people’s man building bridges between political adversaries from Musharraf to MQM.

Mubarak’s Speech

Posted in Uncategorized by osamabinjavaid on April 10, 2011

This is the first time ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak has been heard after the people rose up and threw him out. The military has reaped the benefits as effectively it has been a military coup against a political government. Until they prove me wrong by holding free and fair elections in the coming months, there are lessons that other military establishments can learn by using public anger against elected representatives. Hello Isamabad!

Broadcast the "Arab", Sunday 04/10/2011, an audio tape of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, is his first since his estrangement from power. This text of the interview. "Brothers and sisters of the people of Egypt .. I was hurt a lot – and still – because of the accusations against me and my family, the unjust campaigns and false allegations of abuse designed to appeal to my reputation and my integrity in my attitude and the historical, pol … Read More

via justanegyptian

Cannibals

Can you imagine. Now after nearly a decade in the profession, I can finally say WOW! I didn’t think this could happen but yes Cannibals are for real. Yesterday we broke a story about a family that feasts on fresh human corpses. They confessed to have been at it for the past decade. No they did not do it due to lack of money or hunger, they are a sick sick bunch. Apparently they had been gorging on human flesh for well over a decade and when the death count was low in the village, they ate stray dogs. They were caught after the police traced footprints from a grave. The complainants had buried a 24 year old woman the night before and found the desecrated grave the next day. Local correspondent says they used chemicals to dissolve hair and teeth but ate the rest. So many questions have been asked during various conversations, let me jot down a few.
– did the kids do it?
– would they eat themselves postmortem?
– how did they do it for a decade without being noticed?
– are there others involved? maybe a whole hollywood style community of human flesh eaters?
– do they have extra powers after eating humans for so long?
– how did they cook the meat?
– were the desserts extracted from the corpses as well?
– so the neighbours never suspected?
– did they kill people as well, what about the missing people of the area or unsuspecting travelers?
…. will investigate further and keep you updated on this surreal story.

Here’s AFP’s account

Pakistani police said Monday they had arrested two middle-aged brothers on suspicion of stealing and eating human flesh in an investigation into cannibalism that has shocked a remote town.
“We arrested the two men from Kohar Kalan village on Sunday after it was revealed they had been stealing bodies from graves and eating them,” local police officer Abdul Rehman.
He said police acted after the parents of a 24-year-old woman, who died of cancer, complained that her body went missing after being buried on Saturday.
Rehman said the suspects, both in their 40s, stole the body from the grave near the town of Darya Khan, 300 kilometres (190 miles) south of the Pakistani capital Islamabad.
“The two men, who are brothers, confessed to police that they had been pulling out bodies for the past year.
“We also recovered the body of the girl with a missing leg, which the two men said was eaten by them,” the official said.
District police officer Humayun Masood Sindhu also confirmed the arrests and called the case “the most horrible” of his entire career.
He said police found the body of the 24-year-old woman in a sack and confiscated an axe from the house where the suspects were living.