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    Default CIA murders Saudi Consulate's Staffer in Karachi



    2 gunmen believed to be working covertly for the international terrorist organization CIA, while riding motorcycles, opened fire at a vehicle of Saudi Consulate in Karachi on Monday, killing one diplomat, sources said. Defence and security analysts opine that the only one to benefit from this incident of heinous violation of international laws is none other than the crooked United States of Zionism and the CIA. It was the second attack at Saudi Arabia consulate in Karachi in a week. Last Wednesday, unidentified motorcyclists threw two hand grenades on the consulate but no one was hurt. This is a very clear dirty game which the CIA is playing in Pakistan ever since Prince Bandar bin Sultan visited Pakistan and both countries realized together that they were being double crossed by the USZ terrorists and both agreed to find a way out of their relationship with USZ as soon as possible.
    According to details, two gunmen on two motorbike opened fire at a Saudi Consulate vehicle carrying number CC-5264 at intersection of Khayaban-e-Shaheen and Khayaban-e-Shahbaz in Darakhshan police station jurisdiction in Karachi's Defence Society area killing an official of the Consulate identified as Hassan M.M. Khatani. The deceased was a junior official at Saudi Consulate in Karachi, IG Police said. The Saudi national who died in the attack was a security officer reportedly posted at the mission. After the incident, his body was shifted to Jinnah hospital. Police started investigation of the incident while no group claimed responsibility for the attack till filing this report.


    The Saudi Consulate in Karachi


    This video will put considerable light on this conspiracy regarding assault on Saudi Consulate in Pakistan and provide the missing links which lead towards linking of this incident with United States of Zionism.

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    Pakistan Cyber Force
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    I clicked this link,and it opened a page that I felt uncomfortable with.I immediately tried to close it,but couldn't,it loaded anyways.

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    Was it the Pakistani flag and the Arabic writing that bothered you? I just can't take listening to Alex Jones unless he's interviewing someone I've been impressed by in the past, and I've never been impressed by Tarpley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Burnett View Post
    Was it the Pakistani flag and the Arabic writing that bothered you? I just can't take listening to Alex Jones unless he's interviewing someone I've been impressed by in the past, and I've never been impressed by Tarpley.
    Yeah,I thought I might have been on some Jihadi site!:joystick:

    Was that really an Alex Jones bit?I got out of there as quickly as I could when I saw something like Pakistan Cyber Force. :what:
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    Yes, it is dodgy. It is a Pakistani hacker site. They have provided some very interesting information in the past but I agree that it needs to be treated cautiously:joystick:
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

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