Pakistan scholars honour Bin Laden
A LEADING group of Pakistani Islamic scholars today awarded its highest honour to al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, saying it was in reaction to Britain's knighthood for Salman Rushdie.And they are also doing this:
Meanwhile, a Pakistani minister who caused outrage by remarking that the award given to the Satanic Verses author justified suicide attacks announced that he was set to visit Britain next month.
The Pakistani Ulema Council, a private body that claims to be the biggest of its kind in the country with 2000 scholars, said it had given Bin Laden the title “Saifullah”, or Sword of Allah.
New Photos Show Secret Pakistan Plutonium Plant; Fear of More Weapons Being Made
A satellite photograph obtained by ABC News reveals Pakistan is nearing completion of a third, previously unknown plutonium production reactor, suggesting Pakistan may be planning to expand its nuclear weapons arsenal.Now explain to me how a country that is the home to the men who attacked this country on 9/11 and already has nukes is not a greater threat than Iran.
"With large stocks of plutonium, Pakistan can build a new generation of lighter, more powerful weapons that can more easily be launched via missiles and can cause far more damage," said David Albright, the president of the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS), which, along with Digital Globe, provided the satellite image to ABC News.
Thanks to Cernig for the mention