Unidentified gunmen kill 10 foreign mountain climbers and their guide at a hotel in Pakistan

Daily Mail:

  • Eleven people, 10 of them tourists from Russia, the Ukraine, and China  were killed by gunmen in northern Pakistan
  • The group were visiting the country to climb Nanga Parbat, the ninth tallest mountain in the world
  • The group and their guide were gunned down in their hotel at the base of the mountain

By Ap and Laurie Kamens

PUBLISHED: 06:15 GMT, 23 June 2013 | UPDATED: 06:15 GMT, 23 June 2013

Police say gunmen killed 11 people, 10 of them foreigners, after barging into a hotel where the victims were staying in northern Pakistan.

The group of tourists from Russia, the Ukraine, and China were staying in Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region in order to climb  Nanga Parbat, one of the world’s highest mountains.

The gunmen have yet to be identified and their motives are currently unknown.
Ten foreign tourists visiting Pakistan to climb Nanga Parbat (pictured here) and their guide were killed by unidentified gunmen who stormed their hotelTen foreign tourists visiting Pakistan to climb Nanga Parbat (pictured here) and their guide were killed by unidentified gunmen who stormed their hotel

Local police chief Barkat Ali says the climbers from Russia, China and the Ukraine were killed before dawn Sunday as they set off to climb Nanga Parbat, a popular destination for trekkers, in the Gilgit-Baltistan area of Pakistan.
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12 Replies to “Unidentified gunmen kill 10 foreign mountain climbers and their guide at a hotel in Pakistan”

  1. “You can lead a horse to water but you can;t make it drink.” Apparently jihadist have not heard of this or are too cerebrally challenged to understand it.

    People have to come to God at their own pace or not at all. Forcing people to become spiritual is an oxymoron.

    Most people consider God, religion and everything as they get older. By preventing people from being all they can be is actually retarding their spiritual or religious progress. Let them climb the mountain. It will be a great joy. they will be proud of that achievement. then they will climb the highest mountain and so on. Then after a while physical tests will not satisfy.

    People move a their own pace. to hurry them along is rude and evil depending on what you do.

    Besides the devout should have FAITH that it will turn out all right and God does not need their help. Apparently they do not have FAITH so one wonders if they truly believe in God at all.

  2. Moral of the story: Avoid all Muslim nations. Give them not one penny of your tourist money. If you want to climb mountains, stick to Nepal, Tibet or Switzerland!

  3. The gunmen have yet to be identified and their motives are currently unknown.

    Motives? Complete mystery. The MSM is clueless. However there is method in what appears to be clueless or madness.

  4. I wonder who the Chinese guy was?

    One day the tards are going to kill a few Red Princes or Princesses and the gloves are going to come off.

    One reason the Bader Meinhoff terrorists evaded the West German authorities as long as they did was because they were supported by the Soviet Union and the East German Stasi. A whole generation of “I don’t want to work cry babies” turned themselves in when the Berlin wall came down.

    If the Russia, The U.S. and China do not like you where are you going to hide?

  5. Pakistani Taliban claim killing of foreign tourists

    Pakistan’s umbrella Taliban movement on Sunday claimed responsibility for killing nine foreign climbers in the Himalayas, saying it had created a new wing to attack foreigners to avenge US drone strikes. Spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan telephoned AFP to say that the killings were intended to avenge the death of the second in command of the umbrella Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) in a US drone strike late last month.

    “We did it and we claim responsibility for this attack,” Ehsan said in the call from an undisclosed location.

    “One of our factions, Junood ul-Hifsa, did it. It is to avenge the killing of Maulvi Wali ur-Rehman,” he said.

    “We want to convey to the world that this is our reply to US drone attacks,” he added.

    Rehman died on May 29 in a US drone attack on a house in North Waziristan, the most notorious Taliban and Al-Qaeda stronghold in Pakistan on the Afghan border.

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/Pakistan/Pakistani-Taliban-claim-killing-of-foreign-tourists/Article1-1081072.aspx

  6. So you kill a Chinese guy or a Russian guy, because you at war with the Americans and the Americans are at war with you?

    It makes sense in a a tard/jihadi mind.

    Of course this could make a lot of sense. The Chinese could get upset that their guy was killed and say the Americans should not be in Afghanistan and they should get out. A victory for the jihadi

    Then again the Chinese could be sharpening their knives for the day they can get the jihadi.

    What will really happen is the Chinese will denounce the Americans for political advantage. In the meantime they will make plans to kill the jihadi, because they know as soon as the jihadi is done in Afghanistan he is heading for the Tarim Basin. and with the killing of the Chinese guy they have a grudge to boot.

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