1. Afghan Peace Process

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    Fresh analysis by Tariq Ismail Sagar on Afghan Peace Process and why it is defeat of Indian RAW in Afghanistan.

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    • 2015 Rochester ISI Promo

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      2015 Rochester Iron Sharpens Iron promotional video - to be held on Saturday October 24th at Pearce Memorial Church.

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      • Former Chief of RAW Amarjit Singh Dulat with Ejaz Haider (Bay Laag - 9-07-15)

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        Former Chief of RAW Amarjit Singh Dulat with Ejaz Haider (Bay Laag - 9-07-15). Indo-Pak intelligence cooperation Amarjeet Singh Dulat and Asad Durrani Thursday, July 14, 2011 http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-9-57558-Indo-Pak-intelligence-cooperation India funded militants in Kashmir to counter ISI, says ex-RAW chief http://www.dawn.com/news/1192307 Former RAW chief A.S. Dulat's claim of ‘goof up’ by Vajpayee govt. in Kandahar fuels controversy - The Hindu http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article7383573.ece Fact, fiction and the fidayeen by PRAVEEN SWAMI http://www.frontline.in/static/html/fl1826/18260120.htm THE TEXT OF THE JOINT STATEMENT ISSUED AT THE END OF PRIME MINISTER ATAL BIHARI VAJPAYEE'S VISIT TO LAHORE http://www.stimson.org/research-pages/lahore-summit/ India-Pakistan >> The Lahore Declaration http://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/file/resources/collections/peace_agreements/ip_lahore19990221.pdf

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        • Texans Invade Dedham, June 2015

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          The Marshalls visit Dedham, June 2015

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          • Meet Billy Ray

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            Hear the heart of World Orphans Iraq Country Director, Billy Ray. Listen as he shares about his memorable moments and about life in Iraq.

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            • iSi Twist'n Sparkle

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              • His Lordship Ikramullah Khan Upholding the Rule of Law

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                On 28 May 2015 1800 hrs a high court judge namely Ikramullah Khan came in his car along with escort at Bannu Cantt gate to go to circuit house. As per SOP he was stopped at gate for verification n clearance as no adv intimation of his arr was made. After 45 seconds the gate incharge went to tell him that now he is clear to go in, but the His Lordship came out of the car and said "You go and fight on border, if blast occurred we will be the sufferer, I don't want to talk to you I will talk to your Commander". His Lordship then left his car at the same very spot thus blocking the Cantt road/gate and left by foot. He also sent notice to Brigade Commander to appear in person before him and clarify the situation. Pertinent to mention is that an area as critical as Bannu, no leverage in security SOPs can be granted to anyone. There is a history of attacks on this cantonment. His Lordship was also fully aware that earlier in 2009 a suicide bomber dressed as a Judge drove a Prado & blew himself up inside cantt premises. Also, during PPP Govt an explosive laden Prado with PPP flag left Bannu for a target in Red Zone until the Driver was shot dead by Army near Jund.

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                • ISI Bootcamp Attendance Webinar

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                  5-21-2015

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                  • Islamic Bomb

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                    Did America knowingly allow Pakistan to become the first Islamic nuclear state? Did they look the other way as Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and others connived to create the ultimate weapon in defence of Islam? Was America so desperate to defeat the Soviets that they quietly sanctioned a trade off, permitting the Muslim world to create a nuclear bomb in exchange for help driving the Russians from Afghanistan? This latest film by investigative journalist, Nick Lazaredes provides a powerful and compelling indictment of US nuclear policy over the decades. In 2004, it was revealed that Pakistan had been selling nuclear information to some of the world’s most dangerous and unstable regimes. The blame was pinned on one scientist, Abdul Qadeer Khan, and the US authorities acted as surprised as anyone. But according to many experts, there is little way the Bush administration could not have known about the proliferation: “It was certainly apparent to French intelligence,” claims investigative journalist Joseph Trento. “They were convinced that the US was deliberately not acting on any of this. Virtually everybody in Western intelligence knew about what Khan was doing.” America’s policy of turning a blind eye to Pakistan’s nuclear proliferation is nothing new. In a 1979 memorandum to President Carter, National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski stressed the importance of securing Pakistan’s support against the Soviets in Afghanistan. “Our security policy toward Pakistan cannot be dictated by our non-proliferation policy,” he advised. “We made a deal with the devil,” states Trento. ‘They wanted to develop the weapons, we wanted to beat the Soviets. In order to do that we made a trade-off.” CIA sources suspect that up to half the funding for the Afghan resistance ended up being diverted to fund Pakistan’s nuclear bomb. With so much cash flying about, money trails were impossible to trace. But one source of nuclear funding that has been traced came from Saudi Arabia. “There is a clear trail through bank receipts that it was being funded, to some extent, by Saudi money,” states US Counter Intelligence Expert Mike Pilgrim. But the US seemed relatively unconcerned about Saudi Arabia’s nuclear agenda – even when faced with hard evidence of their determination to build an atomic bomb. In 1994, a high level Saudi defector, Mohammed al-Khilewi, offered America 14,000 photocopied documents exposing Saudi Arabia’s nuclear plans. These included instructions to diplomats on “how you can sneak in bomb-making material through diplomatic pouches.” But incredibly, the FBI agents who debriefed him were instructed not to accept the documents on offer. More worryingly, it wasn’t just the Saudis colluding with Pakistan. In the late 1990s rumours started emerging of Pakistani scientists meeting with al-Qaida operatives in Afghanistan. BBC correspondent Rahimullah Yusaf Zai is one of the few journalists to get close to Bin Laden. He met him twice and on both occasions was told “Look, according to the Holy Koran … the Muslims must upgrade their defences. They must be ready to meet any challenges by their enemies.” Nuclear secrets have also been shared with Malaysia, Iran and Libya. Religious parties in Pakistan have taken great delight in describing the nuclear network as ‘The Islamic Bomb’. “They say this is a bomb that should be used for the collective defence of Islam everywhere,” states Pakistani nuclear scientist Professor Pervez Hoodbhoy. He believes the situation in Pakistan is now dangerously unstable. “I fear that if Musharraf is assassinated there could be a dangerous situation in the country and the nuclear weapons then would possibly be hijacked.” With Pakistan now armed and their nuclear technology shared with other countries, it is impossible to now tell how much damage has been done. But, in the words of Joseph Trento: “Where you have Saudi interests and Pakistani interests and al-Qaida interests converging, it’s a very frightening picture.” (2004)

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                    • Natasha Frank - Artistic 4/25/15

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                      Freestyle 2 - Artistic Program, Natasha Frank - Bugle Boy

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