Friday, 23 October 2009

Unwearable BRA Vs Explosive Jackets



Dear readers:

Now we have a new female group with a cute name: BRA! I guess they ran out of acronyms there!

Then we have the guys who actually insist on wearing suicide jackets at places where it says NO JACKET REQUIRED!

Read on.....

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Baloch female militants bomb Quetta shop
Wednesday, June 17, 2009

QUETTA: Two shops were destroyed and a shop owner injured when the women’s wing of the Baloch Republican Army (BRA) bombed a shop on the Mezan Chowk here on Tuesday. The blast occurred at around 1pm in a juice shop in one of the most crowded business centres of the provincial capital, destroying two neighbouring shops and injuring one of the shops’ owner. “The blast occurred shortly after a woman wearing a veil left the shop. She must’ve left explosives in the shop", the owner of the juice shop told Daily Times. The women’s wing of the BRA, a hitherto unknown armed group struggling for a separate Baloch homeland, claimed responsibility for the blast. “We accept responsibility for the bomb blast", said Gohar, spokeswoman of the women’s wing of the BRA in telephone calls to several newspaper offices. She claimed to have personally put the explosives in the shop. “More such attacks would be carried in the future", she warned.

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TTP threatens more attacks on prominent clerics (Aaj Kal Report)

LAHORE: The Ministry of Interior has advised the home departments of all four provinces to tighten security after the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) threatened more suicide attacks on prominent religious leaders.

“Now it is your turn—we have sent a jacketwala (a man with a suicide vest) to mend clerics like you. We will also send jacketwalas to other clerics too", sources told Aaj Kal quoting a threatening letter addressed to a cleric.

According to sources, TTP is written in bold letters at the end of the letter. In light of the letter, law enforcement agencies have been advised to tighten security for leading religious leaders.

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