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India’s RAW Tries To Kill Hafiz Saeed, Bomb ISI Building, Payback For Blowing Up Indian Embassy In Kabul?

Posted by yourpakistan on May 31, 2009


Highly credible sources within the Pakistani security community confirm that a strong lead indicates the Indians might have tried to assassinate a leader of a Kashmiri resistance group in yesterday’s Lahore attack. This was a sophisticated attack whose links go to the fake Taliban in Pakistan’s northwest who are heavily backed from inside Afghanistan.  In addition to the Kashmiri resistance leader, the attack targeted the ISI regional headquarter. India is out to avenge Mumbai and the destruction of the Indian embassy in an attack in Kabul last year.

Lashker E Taybba Chief - Hafiz Saeed

Information coming in from security officials in Lahore suggests the actual target was the Lahore High Court building where Hafiz Saeed from Jama’at Al Da’awa [more widely known as Jama’at-ud-Dawa] was attending his court hearing at the time of the terrorist explosion, reveals an exclusive report posted by our affiliate PKKH. [PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com]
 
“It appears the target was Hafiz Saeed. The attackers drove around the area but could not get close enough to the Lahore High Court building due to the barricades in place,” says one official.The most fascinating aspect of the Lahore attack is that Baitullah Mehsud, the leader of the foreign-sponsored so-called Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility.
 
It is ironic because Mehsud threatened last year to kill Saeed because the Kashmiri group refused to heed Mehsud’s call to fight Pakistan and Pakistanis, just as these fake foreign-supported Pakistani Taliban are doing.
 
The question is: Why would someone who calls himself an Islamic fighter want to kill the leader of a Kashmiri resistance group who is fighting Indian occupation soldiers [aka ‘The rapists’ for using rape as a preferred tool of Kashmir occupation]?
 
Another question is: Why is it that everything that Mehsud and his so-called Pakistani Taliban do [terrorizing Pakistanis, abducting the Chinese, attacking the ISI, etc.] matches the objectives of the Americans and the Indians?
Pakistani officials have piles of circumstantial evidence that shows the Pakistani Taliban, or TTP, being provided sophisticated support from someone in Afghanistan. CIA spy planes and drones are known to avoid killing leaders of the so-called Pakistani Taliban that attack Pakistani targets and avoid fighting the American occupation forces in Afghanistan.
 
The real Taliban, the Afghan Taliban, restrict their activities to their country as part of a legitimate armed resistance to an illegitimate U.S. occupation of their country. The Afghan Taliban do not support the so-called Pakistani Taliban because of the latter’s suspected links to Indian intelligence operatives inside Afghanistan who are facilitated by Karzai’s security setup.
 
Mehsud’s involvement confirms again that the mess inside Pakistan is not isolated from the larger agenda of weakening Pakistani military that Washington, or at least some influential players in Washington, is pursuing as part of its Afghan strategy.
 
Unfortunately, neither the Pakistani government or the Pakistani military are willing to pull back the concession given to CIA to establish outposts and networks inside Pakistan.
 
Mehsud’s threat to the Kashmiri leader overlaps with India’s failed attempts in the past to attack the offices of the Al Da’awa inside Pakistan. The Indians were ready to do it and the pro-U.S. elected government in Islamabad was ready to go along by refusing to put the Pakistani Air Force on high alert. The plan didn’t work when the Pakistani military sent clear signals to the Americans that India will get a bloody nose if it tried to cross the international border. PAF was quietly put on war alert despite the elected government’s inaction.  
 
According to the PKKH, on December 14th last year, Indian Air Force jets voilated Pakistani airspace in Kashmir and Lahore in a failed attempt to attack Jama’at Dawa offices in Azad Kashmir and in Muridke, a small town near Lahore.
The Indian jets were promptly ensnared by Pakistani fighter jets and were pushed back into Indian airspace.  Pakistani military officials presented to Admiral Mike Mullen a photograph of one of the Indian jets locked within the firing range by a PAF F-16 as a warning. 
 
The following is a report written by Tabish Qayyum and Hammad Qureshi and is posted at PKKH:
 
Once again Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) of India has failed to fulfill its agenda of avenging the self created Mumbai wounds by eliminating leadership of Jamat-ud-dawa (JuD). They are working on two primary objectives:
 
To eliminate JuD leadership,
To damage trust between JuD, Pakistani Government and Law Enforcement agencies, that has naturally built over the years due to the pro-Pakistan policies and defense of Pakistan that JUD has carried out over the years.
 
Third consecutive incident of Police under attack but failure to achieve objectives is a continuation of RAW’s agenda to create a hostage situation where Indian terrorists posing themselves as Lashkar-e-Tayyaba (LeT) will demand for the release of LeT leadership – that drama failed in the initial attack on Sri Lankan team, then in Police training center, where the Indian indoctrinated terrorists failed to consolidate and hold ground to show heart in fight and eventually were not able to produce desired results.In this third attempt which was an act of desperation, showed a change in RAW’s strategy which could be described as direct approach by trying to eliminate JUD leader Hafiz Saeed under police custody to create an impression to JUD supporters that Pakistan could not protect their leader and Pakistan has staged a drama to murder Hafiz Saeed in an attempt to rectify relations with Indians.
Had these attacks were successful, JUD would have broken into factions of people who would consider Pakistani government and army as their enemy and then a new series of attacks would start by planting another enemy in Pakistan right at its heart.
 
A dirty political game is being played in Sindh, North West Frontier Province (NWFP) is already burning and Baluchistan’s insurgency is not new – thanks to our admirers in shape of our enemies – given in circumstances, Punjab and Azad Kashmir are the only areas where the RAW has failed to spread its virus of terrorism only because of the JUD’s influence which is in absolute support of Pakistan.
 
JUD’s ideology paves way for curing the misguided jihadist elements that are being reigned by RAW and being continuously funded by enemies of Pakistan.
 
Hafiz Saeed also survived a assassination from bomb blast in 2000 at Urdu Science College in Karachi where he was about to deliver a speech – the blast left many injured and three dead. Blasts not deterring Hafiz Saeed delivered his speech on the same spot right after half our and people remained in the congregation chanting slogans of takbeer “Allah-o-Akbar”. During his speech, Hafiz Saeed, neither blamed government nor asked his followers to block University Road to call an strike instead he said, “we will avenge the blood spilled here in the mountains of Kashmir”.
 
This is a well known fact in that that JUD is an asset to Pakistan, whether be it charity and aid work to help people in natural disasters or to defend ideological borders of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan because if India comes up with any adventurism it is going to be very sorry in days coming ahead

Information coming in from security officials in Lahore suggests the actual target was the Lahore High Court building where Hafiz Saeed from Jama’at Al Da’awa [more widely known as Jama’at-ud-Dawa] was attending his court hearing at the time of the terrorist explosion, reveals an exclusive report posted by our affiliate PKKH. [PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com] 

 “It appears the target was Hafiz Saeed. The attackers drove around the area but could not get close enough to the Lahore High Court building due to the barricades in place,” says one official.The most fascinating aspect of the Lahore attack is that Baitullah Mehsud, the leader of the foreign-sponsored so-called Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility. It is ironic because Mehsud threatened last year to kill Saeed because the Kashmiri group refused to heed Mehsud’s call to fight Pakistan and Pakistanis, just as these fake foreign-supported Pakistani Taliban are doing. 

The question is: Why would someone who calls himself an Islamic fighter want to kill the leader of a Kashmiri resistance group who is fighting Indian occupation soldiers [aka ‘The rapists’ for using rape as a preferred tool of Kashmir occupation]?  

Another question is: Why is it that everything that Mehsud and his so-called Pakistani Taliban do [terrorizing Pakistanis, abducting the Chinese, attacking the ISI, etc.] matches the objectives of the Americans and the Indians?

Pakistani officials have piles of circumstantial evidence that shows the Pakistani Taliban, or TTP, being provided sophisticated support from someone in Afghanistan. CIA spy planes and drones are known to avoid killing leaders of the so-called Pakistani Taliban that attack Pakistani targets and avoid fighting the American occupation forces in Afghanistan. The real Taliban, the Afghan Taliban, restrict their activities to their country as part of a legitimate armed resistance to an illegitimate U.S. occupation of their country. The Afghan Taliban do not support the so-called Pakistani Taliban because of the latter’s suspected links to Indian intelligence operatives inside Afghanistan who are facilitated by Karzai’s security setup. Mehsud’s involvement confirms again that the mess inside Pakistan is not isolated from the larger agenda of weakening Pakistani military that Washington, or at least some influential players in Washington, is pursuing as part of its Afghan strategy. Unfortunately, neither the Pakistani government or the Pakistani military are willing to pull back the concession given to CIA to establish outposts and networks inside Pakistan. 

Mehsud’s threat to the Kashmiri leader overlaps with India’s failed attempts in the past to attack the offices of the Al Da’awa inside Pakistan. The Indians were ready to do it and the pro-U.S. elected government in Islamabad was ready to go along by refusing to put the Pakistani Air Force on high alert. The plan didn’t work when the Pakistani military sent clear signals to the Americans that India will get a bloody nose if it tried to cross the international border. PAF was quietly put on war alert despite the elected government’s inaction.  According to the PKKH, on December 14th last year, Indian Air Force jets voilated Pakistani airspace in Kashmir and Lahore in a failed attempt to attack Jama’at Dawa offices in Azad Kashmir and in Muridke, a small town near Lahore.

The Indian jets were promptly ensnared by Pakistani fighter jets and were pushed back into Indian airspace.  Pakistani military officials presented to Admiral Mike Mullen a photograph of one of the Indian jets locked within the firing range by a PAF F-16 as a warning.  The following is a report written by Tabish Qayyum and Hammad Qureshi and is posted at PKKH: Once again Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) of India has failed to fulfill its agenda of avenging the self created Mumbai wounds by eliminating leadership of Jamat-ud-dawa (JuD). They are working on two primary objectives: 

To eliminate JuD leadership,

To damage trust between JuD, Pakistani Government and Law Enforcement agencies, that has naturally built over the years due to the pro-Pakistan policies and defense of Pakistan that JUD has carried out over the years. Third consecutive incident of Police under attack but failure to achieve objectives is a continuation of RAW’s agenda to create a hostage situation where Indian terrorists posing themselves as Lashkar-e-Tayyaba (LeT) will demand for the release of LeT leadership – that drama failed in the initial attack on Sri Lankan team, then in Police training center, where the Indian indoctrinated terrorists failed to consolidate and hold ground to show heart in fight and eventually were not able to produce desired results.In this third attempt which was an act of desperation, showed a change in RAW’s strategy which could be described as direct approach by trying to eliminate JUD leader Hafiz Saeed under police custody to create an impression to JUD supporters that Pakistan could not protect their leader and Pakistan has staged a drama to murder Hafiz Saeed in an attempt to rectify relations with Indians. Had these attacks were successful, JUD would have broken into factions of people who would consider Pakistani government and army as their enemy and then a new series of attacks would start by planting another enemy in Pakistan right at its heart. A dirty political game is being played in Sindh, North West Frontier Province (NWFP) is already burning and Baluchistan’s insurgency is not new – thanks to our admirers in shape of our enemies – given in circumstances, Punjab and Azad Kashmir are the only areas where the RAW has failed to spread its virus of terrorism only because of the JUD’s influence which is in absolute support of Pakistan.JUD’s ideology paves way for curing the misguided jihadist elements that are being reigned by RAW and being continuously funded by enemies of Pakistan. 

Hafiz Saeed also survived a assassination from bomb blast in 2000 at Urdu Science College in Karachi where he was about to deliver a speech – the blast left many injured and three dead. Blasts not deterring Hafiz Saeed delivered his speech on the same spot right after half our and people remained in the congregation chanting slogans of takbeer “Allah-o-Akbar”. During his speech, Hafiz Saeed, neither blamed government nor asked his followers to block University Road to call an strike instead he said, “we will avenge the blood spilled here in the mountains of Kashmir”. This is a well known fact in that that JUD is an asset to Pakistan, whether be it charity and aid work to help people in natural disasters or to defend ideological borders of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan because if India comes up with any adventurism it is going to be very sorry in days coming ahead.

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Zardari Is Kind, India Should Ask Him To Hand Over Kashmir, Hunza & Gilgit Too

Posted by yourpakistan on May 28, 2009


Just as the tide was turning against the so-called Pakistani Taliban because of loss of public support, comes the news that Asif Zardari has signed a transit trade agreement that gives India the right to overland trade with Afghanistan and beyond – something that even Bangladesh has refused to give to India in the case of trade with Burma. That is the extent to which Zardari’s ‘My Democracy’ can go to accommodate the enemy. As I predicted in my article “ The Future of Pakistan” only two days ago, it is America’s plan to induct Indian troops into Afghanistan and have a shorter supply line from India to Afghanistan via Lahore and Peshawar. Clearly that would be resisted and not just by the Afghan Taliban. This transit agreement is the red rag to the bull that would expand the scope of the Civil War in Pakistan and create ‘opportunities’ for the USA. If the Pakistani political parties do not unite to oppose this agreement, the people will. That is a prospect that should be avoided. Would the armed forces rise to the occasion and save Pakistan from Asif  Zardari?

Congratulations to India on achieving what she could not during the last 43 years, the transit route via Wagah and Torkham, to Afghanistan for her exports, all because Mr. Zarrdari wanted ‘peace’ with India at all costs. This transit facility is a priced facility, which no civilian or dictatorial government of Pakistan had given to India in the past. Mr. Zarrdari gave it away with a stroke of a pen. Of course Mr. Zarrdari enjoys dictatorial powers of feudal proportions as President of Pakistan, powers that no other president, in any democratic country, enjoys anywhere in the world.

 

The poor Indian president could not even dream of such powers despite being the president of the largest democracy in the world.  Our president is above parliament and does not need parliament’s approval for such trivial issues, therefore, the Indians, must learn from our democratic system and learn democracy from President Zardari, especially lessons on how to use ‘powers’ as and when required instead of ‘depending’ on the parliament. However, in view of Mr. Zardari’s love for peace, the Indian government should make hay while the sun shines and ask Mr. Zardari to handover Pakistani controlled Kashmir along with Gilgit, Hunza and Kohistan, as well, for the sake of ‘eternal peace’ and Mr. Zarrdari will definitely agree to it as he wants ‘peace’ with India. Then India should also ask for handing-over of Sir Creek for the sake of ‘peace’ and since Mr. Zarrdari, being a big ‘peace-lover’, will also be happy to do it, not directly of course but through the good offices of Mr. Holbrooke, the vice-royal of USA for Pakistan.

 

Then, for the sake of ‘peace’, India may ask Pakistan to hand-over all nuclear assets as after the ‘peace’, with India, Mr. Zardari may think that since India is going for peace, why Pakistan is keeping nukes in its arsenal. Moreover, Mr. Zardari has already assured India that Pakistan will not use nukes first no matter what. In this case, India could attack first and destroy our nukes, in which case we won’t have nukes for a counter attack, so it’s better maybe to end the Pakistani nuclear arsenal anyway. So Mr. Zardari’s thinking goes apparently. Then India may ask us that since both countries have achieved ‘peace’, therefore Pakistan should reduce the strength and numbers of its military and standing army. In which case Mr. Zarrdari will think that since almost all the matters have been resolved ‘peacefully’, so India and Mr. Holbrook might be right in demanding that we don’t need a big army standing on India’s borders, and that the military budget spent on developing and securing our nuclear and strategic programs, and the funds spent on developing Hunza, Gilgit and Chitral, could instead be loaned to the poor members of the parliament, comprised of feudals and industrialists. And if these poor chaps could not repay, President Zardari then may write-off all loans since he has the powers, which even the U.S. President does not, May Allah bless the Pakistani democracy! Amen!

 

So congratulations to the Pakistani people and the parliamentarians as now we shall have ‘peace’ with India, shukar alhamdolilah. So what if India continues to organize and sponsor saboteurs in Balochistan and training and supplying arms to militants in NWFP, which is it has been doing for the last seven years, along with USA.  

 

A final note: Mr. Zardari’s party founder, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, vowed to fight India for a thousand years to secure Pakistani rights. Just for the President’s information. Maybe Husain Haqqani and Farahnaz Ispahani should have reminded him.

 

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Munir Akram Debunks Washington: Militants Not ‘Existential Threat’

Posted by yourpakistan on May 28, 2009


Pakistan’s former permanent envoy, who was removed by the Zardari government because of his strong nationalist credentials, says the solution has to be Pakistani, not American. He told the New York Times in response to an editorial that three-fourths of Indian military strength is deployed against Pakistan, so there is no question of removing troops from Indian

Munir Akram - Pakistan Envoy

A former top Pakistani diplomat has said that the rising insurgency in Pakistan could only be reversed through a nationally endorsed strategy, not one “made in America.”
 
“The surge of militancy threatens Pakistan’s progressive aspirations, but it is not an existential threat,” Munir Akram, who served as Pakistan’s U.N. ambassador from 2002 to 2008, said in a letter published in “The New York Times” Saturday. Akram was responding to an editorial earlier this week in which the leading American newspaper expressed concern over what it called was a lack of an adequate response to the Taliban advancing towards Islamabad.
 
“The onus for action against the insurgency cannot continue to be put on the Army, the former envoy said.
 
”Pakistan is now ruled by a civilian democratic government. Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has declared that the army will carry out the government’s policies. The Swat deal, whatever its flaws, was negotiated by the elected Frontier provincial government and endorsed by the Pakistani Parliament”.In conclusion, Akram said, “United States aerial strikes, dictation and coercion only strengthen support for the militants in the Frontier and reinforce the common perception that Pakistan is being forced to fight “America’s war.”
 
Pakistani concerns are further aroused by American demands that Pakistan move troops away from its eastern border even while India continues to deploy three‑fourths of its vast forces against Pakistan”.

A former top Pakistani diplomat has said that the rising insurgency in Pakistan could only be reversed through a nationally endorsed strategy, not one “made in America.” 

“The surge of militancy threatens Pakistan’s progressive aspirations, but it is not an existential threat,” Munir Akram, who served as Pakistan’s U.N. ambassador from 2002 to 2008, said in a letter published in “The New York Times” Saturday. Akram was responding to an editorial earlier this week in which the leading American newspaper expressed concern over what it called was a lack of an adequate response to the Taliban advancing towards Islamabad. 

“The onus for action against the insurgency cannot continue to be put on the Army, the former envoy said. 

”Pakistan is now ruled by a civilian democratic government. Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has declared that the army will carry out the government’s policies. The Swat deal, whatever its flaws, was negotiated by the elected Frontier provincial government and endorsed by the Pakistani Parliament”.In conclusion, Akram said, “United States aerial strikes, dictation and coercion only strengthen support for the militants in the Frontier and reinforce the common perception that Pakistan is being forced to fight “America’s war.” 

Pakistani concerns are further aroused by American demands that Pakistan move troops away from its eastern border even while India continues to deploy three‑fourths of its vast forces against Pakistan”.

Source: Ahmed Qureshi.com
 

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How our NRO ridden prostitutes (read politicians) sold their souls to the USA

Posted by yourpakistan on May 27, 2009


# You keep the ministries and give Pakistan to us – that is a DEAL.

# We will not open criminal cases against any of you as long as you submit to our desires and objectives.

# We will make Pak Army a mercenary army to kill their own people – this way a general hate against them will spread and the trust will be gone.

# We will contemplate attacking / destroying  a few important places and people to make it look like Islamic Terrorist attacks to justify American / Nato army to physically move in to Pakistan and yet make sympathetic statements for those who have been killed.

# And this is how we will dismember Pakistan, take over their Nuclear facilities and stay in that region all the time to counter other growing power like China or re-growing Russia – This will also control Iran and we will teach them a lesson – Arabs need not worry, they are already enslaved.

# And in all this process Israel ( Mosad ) + India ( RAW ) + Afghanistan + UK & other western allies will help us out.

So friends – pay attention to Bush statement + Zardari and sold out rulers and politicians of Pakistan – it is working fine with them because you are easy to fool around and most of you are disillusioned.

God save Pakistan / may God liberate Pakistan.

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General(rtd) Musharraf Versus President Zardari Freeloaders

Posted by yourpakistan on May 27, 2009


The entire strength of the Zardari government was in Washington for a week in May 2009. But not a single one of them responded to the American propaganda the way former President Musharraf did. If only had President Musharraf listened to Pakistani patriots who advised him to stop portraying himself as a liberal democrat and return to his original role of a reformist dictator, things would have been better for Pakistan and for himself.

 

Former President Gen. (Retd) Pervez Musharraf has said that Taliban and India both are threat for Pakistan stressing that Pakistan must keep an open eye on both. In an interview with CNN, Mr. Musharraf said that the large number of deployments of the troops by India on border is a constant threat to Pakistan’s integrity. However, India would never attack Pakistan at all because New Delhi knows the strength of Pakistan. However, Pakistan must maintain minimum deterrence to avert Indian attack, he added. 
In response to a question he said that 500% there is no need of any mindset in Pakistan in terms of India, which is was Washington wants. These aspersions are cast by those who want to weaken Pakistan. Anyone who wants to weaken Pakistan attacks the Pakistan army and ISI, he added. Pakistan army is an extremely disciplined army. It carries out orders from the top and army leadership carries out orders from the government. In response to a question pertaining to supporting Taliban, Pervez Musharraf strongly rejects the allegations and termed these accusations baseless. He said that after 9/11 incident Pakistan army had arrested around 700 Taliban. All the Al-Qaeda leaders were arrested by Pakistan; how could Pakistan support Taliban? It is a ridiculous accusation, he added. He said that the international community must support Pakistan instead of criticizing it. He said that drone attacks are halting the course of war on terrorism and it is causing great resentment and anti-America sentiments among the masses. He said that he likes former US President G. W. Bush, but he is not among his followers. While talking about Karzai, Pervez Musharraf said that Afghan President is double-dealing with Pakistan. He said that Karzai would be hiding things from Pakistan. He said that Karzai knew the issues and he is causing trouble to Pakistan by not addressing these issues with Pakistan. 
Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf said that in a situation like this, the basic requirement is the unity of thoughts and action by all: the Afghanistan government, coalition forces and within the coalition forces and other. Replying to another question Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf has said that he had warned former prime minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto of threats to her life. Benazir Bhutto sent him a special message indicating that there are certain terrorists groups in Karachi, who supposedly came to Karachi and wanted to attack her, he revealed. In Rawalpindi, where she addressed a gathering, in Liaquat Bagh, that was heavily congested and the thickest part of the city. This is the place which is the main square and tall buildings all around, he said adding that government had told her not to come there but that was what happened to her.
Online – “The situation was better when I left the government, now it depends on the government and the army how they will tackle the situation,” Musharraf said. Replying to a question, he said that Pakistani people and the army would never allow any group or individual to approach the nuclear assets. [reported by Daily.pk]

Former President Gen. (Retd) Pervez Musharraf has said that Taliban and India both are threat for Pakistan stressing that Pakistan must keep an open eye on both. In an interview with CNN, Mr. Musharraf said that the large number of deployments of the troops by India on border is a constant threat to Pakistan’s integrity. However, India would never attack Pakistan at all because New Delhi knows the strength of Pakistan. However, Pakistan must maintain minimum deterrence to avert Indian attack, he added. In response to a question he said that 500% there is no need of any mindset in Pakistan in terms of India, which is was Washington wants. These aspersions are cast by those who want to weaken Pakistan. Anyone who wants to weaken Pakistan attacks the Pakistan army and ISI, he added. Pakistan army is an extremely disciplined army. It carries out orders from the top and army leadership carries out orders from the government. In response to a question pertaining to supporting Taliban, Pervez Musharraf strongly rejects the allegations and termed these accusations baseless. He said that after 9/11 incident Pakistan army had arrested around 700 Taliban. All the Al-Qaeda leaders were arrested by Pakistan; how could Pakistan support Taliban? It is a ridiculous accusation, he added. He said that the international community must support Pakistan instead of criticizing it. He said that drone attacks are halting the course of war on terrorism and it is causing great resentment and anti-America sentiments among the masses. He said that he likes former US President G. W. Bush, but he is not among his followers. While talking about Karzai, Pervez Musharraf said that Afghan President is double-dealing with Pakistan. He said that Karzai would be hiding things from Pakistan. He said that Karzai knew the issues and he is causing trouble to Pakistan by not addressing these issues with Pakistan. 

Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf said that in a situation like this, the basic requirement is the unity of thoughts and action by all: the Afghanistan government, coalition forces and within the coalition forces and other. Replying to another question Gen (Retd) Pervez Musharraf has said that he had warned former prime minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto of threats to her life. Benazir Bhutto sent him a special message indicating that there are certain terrorists groups in Karachi, who supposedly came to Karachi and wanted to attack her, he revealed. In Rawalpindi, where she addressed a gathering, in Liaquat Bagh, that was heavily congested and the thickest part of the city. This is the place which is the main square and tall buildings all around, he said adding that government had told her not to come there but that was what happened to her. 

Online – “The situation was better when I left the government, now it depends on the government and the army how they will tackle the situation,” Musharraf said. Replying to a question, he said that Pakistani people and the army would never allow any group or individual to approach the nuclear assets. [reported by Daily.pk]

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The Impact Of Pakistan’s First Indigenous JF-17 Thunder Squadron Deployment

Posted by yourpakistan on May 26, 2009


The manufacturing and deployment in Peshawar was done in a record time, one of the shortest time lines in the history of aviation.
 
Now the Sri Lankans can have as many planes they want to fight the Indian sponsored Tamil terrorists. And the Middle Eastern Air Forces can begin flying the JF-17 Thunders without begging the U.S. And the small countries of Africa can own their own JF-17 Thunders without selling their souls to the Europeans.And it’s not just the JF-17 Thunder. The success story of Pakistani ingenuity and the will to survive repeated American arms embargos and Indian aggression goes far beyond this single feat.  Since the uncertain days of Independence in 1947, no other country has come so far in defense production in such a short period of time.

1. The manufacturing and deployment in Peshawar was done in a record time, one of the shortest time lines in the
    history of aviation. 

2. Now the Sri Lankans can have as many planes they want to fight the Indian sponsored Tamil terrorists. And the Middle Eastern Air Forces can begin flying the JF-17 Thunders without begging the U.S. And the small countries of Africa can own their own JF-17 Thunders without selling their souls to the Europeans.And it’s not just the JF-17 Thunder. The success story of Pakistani ingenuity and the will to survive repeated American arms embargos and Indian aggression goes far beyond this single feat.  Since the uncertain days of Independence in 1947, no other country has come so far in defense production in such a short period of time.

The impact of the JF-17 Thunder deployment can be heard far beyond Islamabad and Peshawar. Pakistan has now joined the ranks of the very few countries of the world that can design, produce and manufacture airplanes. This positions Pakistan on new geostrategic map. Within a few years Pakistani exports of the new fighter aircraft will exponentially grow into huge volumes. The revenue from the export of JF-17 Thunder will be ploughed back into research and development and the purchase of the best technology money can buy.After the 1965 war the U.S. placed an arms embargo on Pakistan. Despite being a founding member of SEATO and CENTO, Islamabad faced the American sanctions. During the 1971 war Pakistan was under another American arms embargo. During the 1990s, after winning the cold war for the USA, Pakistan was under U.S. sanctions and an arms embargo.

All this is history Now…

Today Pakistan is capable of producing as many planes as it needs–subject to production capacity constrains which can be ramped up if and when needed. The exports to many third world countries will expedite and enhance the production capacity of the Pakistan Air Force. Now the Sri Lankans can have as many planes they want to fight the Indian sponsored Tamil terrorists. And the Middle Eastern Air Forces can begin flying the JF-17 Thunders without begging the U.S. And the small countries of Africa can own their own JF-17 Thunders without selling their souls to the Europeans.

 Fighter Jets Made In Pakistan

Pakistan has not only designed and jointly built the JF-17 Thunder, it now has deployed its first squadron in Peshawar–all in record time, one of the shortest time lines in the history of aviation. This is a major milestone for the Pakistan Air Force and brings it one step closer to becoming a major producer and exporter of planes around the world. About 17 countries are interested in the JF-17 Thunder which was a major attraction at the Pakistani IDEAS 2009 defense show this year. The success of the indigenous JF-17 deployment is a success story in many aviation failures around the globe. The American F-111, the Israeli Lavi and the Indian Tejas are notable examples of abject failures. The most recent victims of failure is the American F-22 Raptor which was recently canceled by the U.S. Department of Defense.This success story of developing and manufacturing advanced weapons in Pakistan is not limited to the JF-17 Thunder. The Nuclear bomb, the missiles and the tanks were all produced in record time, considering that Pakistan had only one dysfunctional Textile Mill, one dilapidated University, and one archaic Jute Mill in 1947. No other country has come so far in defense production in such a short period of time. 

It took the Japanese from the Meiji revolution of 1893 to 1940 to produce the deadly aircrafts that devastated Pearl Harbor. The first American missiles and the entire Apollo program was built on Von Braun’s German technology. The Russian program was similarly also based on the German programs. In fact the first V2-rockets in the Museums in Washington are simply German rocket painted red 9for Russia) and other colors for America.The acidity of the comments from across the Radcliffe Line is palpable. The Indian press is noticeable only by its asphyxiated constipation. The silence is deafening. Pakistan rebounding from volatile events faced issues with many of its “allies” who were also the suppliers. The USA did not want to sell any arms to Pakistan. The UK and Russia did the same. Pakistan evaluated her dangerous geo political situation as well as a belligerent international atmosphere and made some strategic decisions. The sons and daughters of Pakistan pledged “Never again” and developed a comprehensive strategy to be self-sufficient in her defense needs. It created a Nuclear deterrent, indigenous Al Khalid Tanks and a missile program that is the envy of South Asia. Neither the mercenaries sent from the across the border, not the blackmail can now harm the fabric of the country. 

The Pakistan Airforce knew its needs, and prioritized its requirements. Both Pakistan and China had been jilted and were looking for plane to build. The new plane has exclusively been designed for Pakistani needs–deep penetration into India. The JF-17/FC-1 is designed to be a cost-effective plane which can meet the tactical and strategic needs of the Pakistani Air Force.The project was originally expected to cost about U.S. $ 500 million, divided equally between Pakistan and China. Each plane will cost Pakistan about US$ 15-20 million. The JF-17 Thunder initial development project was completed in a record period of four years. However, later improvements to the project has taken up more time.

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The American War on Wana, Pakistan

Posted by yourpakistan on May 25, 2009


In this insightful article, American journalist Peter Chamberlin presents a compelling narrative, explaining how CIA planners, in “Operation Enduring Turmoil,” have been busy using some of the Northern Alliance’s most ruthless men, along with a sizeable force of Uzbeks, to destabilize Pakistan’s Federally Administrated Tribal Areas and the North West Frontier Province.  Pakistan, Chamberlin writes, is the keystone in an American strategic move that stretches in an arc across the entire Middle East and southern central Asia.  If Pakistan is not totally under American control then the plan cannot work.  The existence of this plan accounts for the brazenness shown in American actions taken in Pakistan that are in direct contravention of the expressed will of the Pakistani people and their leaders, actions clearly intended to undermine Army and governmental authority. 

War On Terror By US

We are fighting a war that is like no other.  The illusion is made as real; the real is made as dust.  Nothing is as it seems in this war, even though this is the era of instant news.  This alteration of our very understanding of reality has been necessary for us to pursue a war policy of pure evil, even though we have paraded ourselves before the world as warriors in defense of truth and light.  The human race is begging for an end to the path of destruction that trusted American leaders have steered the world onto., longing to turn onto a permanent path of Light.  It is high time the United States either showed the world the way into the Light, or got out of the way of those who can. Our new president has made a great show of being the man with the hope of “change” in his hand, but in the cold light of day he is readying massive doses of change for the worse.  The world was begging for American leadership to undo what the last “mis-leader” has done, but the economic powers that rule America have produced another charlatan bearing nothing more than a nice smile, to bind us to the path of escalation that leads to the Empire’s goal of permanent war. A great sickness of mind has inflicted the people of this Nation, filling our thoughts with bloodlust and heroic visions of victory over savage hordes who are bent on our destruction.   The “al Qaida” and Taliban who have been cast as classic movie villains who prefer a world ruled by death and despair, answer to strange gods and display bizarre customs.  American soldiers were cast in the hero’s role, standing tall in their glorious image of the lone eagle warriors holding-back the swelling tides of Asia and Africa, defending our lovingly constructed towers of glory that surely elevate us that much closer to our Creator even as they set us above our fellow man.  This is the Hollywood image of America that has been carefully constructed by our leaders and powerhouses of influence, the “Zion” of Matrix fame.   “Zion” America, the hero nation of warriors, defending precious civilization, under siege by armies of darkness and inhumanity.

The “war on terror” is much like a movie, in that it was definitely developed according to some sort of script, enormous investments were made in its production, while it waited many years in development.  The first step in understanding is realizing that the attacks of September 11, 2001 were not the opening act, neither was the first Trade Center bombing in 1993. The second step in understanding the “war on terror” is accepting the fact that nothing is as it seems; there are no “good guys,” but there are plenty of bad guys, and an unlimited supply of innocents.  The United States and its allies cannot wear the white hats in this bad “spaghetti western,” the second act of which is being stage-managed now in Western Pakistan, that is, unless there is no morality.  Unless the foundation of the entire American legal system is suddenly without merit, the United States also be seen as some of the worst bad guys in this violent international travesty of justice. We have forced our war that we wage in the name of vengeance, out of our sense of righteous indignation, for an attack that killed thousands of innocent civilians, blamed on an ill-defined enemy, offering no evidence of their guilt, killing over one million innocent civilians and turning five times that amount into refugees in the process. 

Peter Chamberlin

Now, our new president, the one elected on a promise to “change” (one of those changes being the salvation of the first war in Afghanistan, by winding-down the second war in Iraq), is the latest facilitator of the Empire’s plans, a marionette, dancing to the “New World Order blues,” as he “song and dances” us around these first two wars and into a third unwinnable war in Pakistan.  The third step in understanding the truth about the terror war is to realize that the American government has not been trying to end these two wars, it has been using every means at its disposal to prolong the first two wars while it frantically sought a way to start a third.  America is not really losing either war, but it has never had any intentions of winning them either. Obama continues the presidential tradition of deceiving the world about American intentions, present facts  backwards—preserving capitalism will not salvage the war effort, but  military action is planned, to acquire the means to avert any economic emergency, the resources of the underdeveloped region .  Pakistan is the keystone in an American strategic move that stretches in an arc across the entire Middle East and southern central Asia.  If Pakistan is not totally under American control then the plan cannot work.  The existence of this plan accounts for the brazenness shown in American actions taken in Pakistan that are in direct contravention of the expressed will of the Pakistani people and their leaders, actions clearly intended to undermine Army and governmental authority. 

The Obama Administration is expanding the war on the strength of this statement: 
“to disrupt, dismantle and defeat Al Qaeda in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and to prevent their return to either country in the future.” 
  
Every action that our government takes in Pakistan and Afghanistan, under the pretense of eliminating “al Qaida” is a fraud.  Whatever is left of bin Laden’s organization (he never called it “al Qaida,” it was the “World Islamic Front for Jihad Against the Jews and Crusaders”), most of the terrorist acts that have been blamed on the legendary group were either the work of other terrorists [like Khalid Sheikh Mohamed and Ramsey Yousef], CIA/Special Forces operations or attacks by mercenary proxies hired by the CIA network).   The Arabic expression,‘Q eidat il Mu’ti’aat’ , meaning “the database,” is the source of the term ascribed to the legendary terrorist outfit. 

Author: PETER CHAMBERLIN

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Not A War For America’s Pakistani Apologists

Posted by yourpakistan on May 25, 2009


Not a single official from the Pakistani political leadership visiting Washington recently dared say a word about it. But back home, these officials are now beginning to shyly speak up about the best kept secret of the criminal insurgency inside Pakistan: how it stays alive through support from someone in U.S.-occupied Afghanistan. Not a word in Washington despite the fact that Islamabad is currently at the receiving end of the worst kind of disinformation campaign mounted exclusively by the American media, a campaign based on leaks by unnamed American officials feeding worldwide confusion about Pakistan. Compare this to how U.S. diplomats react to the slightest criticism of America in the Pakistani media. In 2007, while working for PTV, I received a call in my office from a U.S. diplomat threatening to ‘report me’ to senior government officials if I did not stop ‘spreading anti-Americanism’.  What about U.S. media spreading anti-Pakistanism, I asked.  ‘Does Musharraf know what you’re doing?’ the diplomat retorted, using the oldest trick in intimidating anyone.  All I did was to criticize U.S. blunders in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Which pales in comparison to the trash the U.S. media is producing everyday on the demise of the Pakistani state.

Recently there has been a concentration of advocates of Pakistani separatism on the U.S. think tank circuit, which is disturbing considering another little reported story: how various U.S. government departments have quietly established direct contacts with Pakistani ethnic-based parties and the kind of access we have given to American spooks inside our most troubled areas: Balochistan and NWFP.All of which feeds on genuine Pakistani problems that we need to resolve, meaning we hold the key to stopping this mess.  But the point here is: We remain America’s most abused ally. Washington is not helping where it really matters, in the propaganda war and inside Afghanistan itself.  America’s apologists inside Pakistan’s power structure these days cite the massive U.S. aid plans but conveniently gloss over the humiliating strings in the fine print, including the emerging disturbing signs that freezing funding for Pakistan’s classified advanced strategic weaponization programs is part of the deal. The mechanism for the release of the new U.S. aid is yet to be defined.Prime Minister Gilani, Foreign Minister Qureshi and Interior Minister Malik are now talking publicly about support for the terrorists – the so-called Pakistani Taliban – from Afghanistan.   Why did Mr. Qureshi and Mr. Malik not mention this when both were in Washington? And why no one is taking up the venomous anti-Pakistan propaganda in the U.S. media? 

A weak official stand on these two points is adding to the confusion over the real meaning of the latest military operations in our northern and western belts. Suddenly we have American apologists inside Pakistan, including some political parties, claiming vindication for the exaggerated notion of ‘Talibanization’. Unfortunately, this is a sad example of using the occasion to settle scores in the secular-religious debate.The military operation is certainly not an exercise in semantics. It is about Pakistan making a final push against criminal militants in the north and the western belt adjoining Afghanistan after concluding that a large portion of this insurgency consists of shady terrorists and handlers pushed inside Pakistan from a neighboring country. This insurgency is using Islam to gain sympathizers and recruit the gullible, but its tactics are classic Insurgency 101: Secretive ruthless commanders who excel in the art of slaughter designed to spread terror and force villagers to submit. They plant themselves among a civilian population in a manner where any government action results in innocent deaths that feed into the terror propaganda machine. These terrorists can’t survive without continuous supply of money and weapons. Large stacks of U.S. dollars and Pakistani rupees, lots of anti-aircraft guns and other advanced equipment, and ruthlessly trained butchers to help sustain the fight against Pakistan and Pakistanis.This is exactly the profile of LTTE terrorists, UNITA rebels and other shadowy militias that litter the Cold War history.  The emergence of these new Pakistani warlords over the past four years in Swat and the tribal belt, flush with money and weapons, recruiting the innocent using Islam and Pashtun identity, is part of a wider problem. It is not just ‘Talibanization’ as U.S. officials and some of their Pakistani apologists are claiming.Our suave Foreign Minister can demand that our American ally cease the support that terrorists here are getting from Afghanistan. He gave this statement almost a week ago. Did anyone listen?  Mr. Qureshi should instead do something to grab attention, like, for example, stop being apologetic about maintaining contacts with some members of the Afghan Taliban, like Haqqani and others. We have interests in this region. These contacts do not amount to supporting terrorism. The Americans themselves are secretly in touch with the Afghan resistance, most recently with Hekmetyar’s men. The Afghan Taliban can help Pakistan in isolating and discrediting the fake Pakistani Taliban.   

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Stop The Rot In Pakistan

Posted by yourpakistan on May 23, 2009


Pakistan Army Soldiers

The worst part of the continuing instability in Pakistan since 2007 is that it is fast pushing this nation’s best and brightest to lose hope. The doomsday reporting on Pakistan in the Am-Brit [American-British] media – which appears more like a war campaign than reporting – is devastating the national psyche. But this would not have been problematic had our national leadership been up to the challenge. This leadership has been a failure in the best of times. Now our challenges are tall and our leaders are pygmies by comparison. I know Pakistani businessmen who made fortunes out of providing uninterrupted high-value services to the banking industry who are forced now to contemplate migration because they are losing hope. Their incomes are intact but it is the quality of their lives in Pakistan’s biggest city that they are concerned about. The military institution is strong and is capable of holding Pakistan’s stability and integrity despite the alarm and the unanswered questions over how our situation deteriorated over the past four years and how our homeland has become exposed to multiple foreign players wreaking havoc here, not to mention why we have allowed ourselves to blindly trust one superpower with our interests. The military can and will prevail over the threats facing us for the time being, but who will assume the challenge of reviving the national spirit, remodeling national politics and initiate the hard task of making Pakistan an attractive place for its citizens?

The political parties are unmitigated failures and cannot run a democracy. None of these parties today has a national agenda. Most of them have shrunk into narrow regional or ethnic interests. None of them has a working party system that produces leaders since most of these parties operate as one-man shows or as family-run businesses in their most primitive forms. If handed over power tomorrow morning, there is hardly any party out there that can come up with better plans or policies than the one currently in office. And while this failure continues, the ethnic-based provincial division of the state is turning every administrative issue into an ethnic flashpoint. Some politicians and political parties are manufacturing ethnic tensions for political gain. Foreign players are exploiting this and courting separatism in Pakistan as a vehicle for pushing their own interests. It is an irony that there isn’t a single political party in Pakistan today that raises the flag of Pakistani nationalism. There was a time when India, our perennial enemy-friend, used to be the only bastion of advocates of separatism in Pakistan. But today we see the center of gravity of this trend moving to Washington, for various reasons. But these are fallouts. The strings are still in our hands and no one can mess with us if we put our house in order. But who will do it in Pakistan?

 If the political parties are unable to produce leaders, we cannot wait for them forever to do so. We in Pakistan do not have the luxury of time. The time for this was the 20th century when nations took their time to develop their national systems. We wasted that opportunity. Both an elected civilian leader and a military ruler – Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Ayub Khan – made good starts but messed up in the end. To move forward, Pakistan needs a new deal for the 21st century. And this deal cannot come through the ballot for the foreseeable future. Our best chance is for Pakistan’s best and brightest – outside the realm of our failed parties and a failed system – to step forward with a plan to remodel the state, change the constitution and create an environment for real political parties to grow and prosper.  This is the only way left to bring capable and creative civilian administrators to power. Such a civilian administration can and must borrow the support of the military institution for such a grand project of national rebuilding. As we make a final push to expel America’s failed war encroaching into our territory in our northern and western regions, the wider national perspective must not be missed. A vibrant, creative and emerging Pakistan is still possible. But for this to happen, Pakistan’s thinking classes, the media and the public opinion will have to support creative out-of-the-box thinking. The time to stop the rot is here. Let’s not become the worst managers of one of the world’s best pieces of real estate. Source: Ahmad Qureshi

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Indians Fighting In Swat – WARNING: Disturbing Pictures – Plz Don’t Read Beyond Text If Offended By Nudity/Gruesome Images

Posted by yourpakistan on May 21, 2009


 

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—Pictures of Uzbek and Gurkhas non-Muslim militants killed during the Pakistani military sweep of the Swat Valley.  These exclusive pictures show that they are uncircumcised. Their facial features prove they could be Gurkha fighters whom the Indian and the British militaries use to fight in mountainous regions.  The Americans have also hired some of them. The pictures also show that some of theses killed terrorists could be Uzbeks from Abdul Rasheed Dostom’s murderous militias in Afghanistan that are allied with the U.S. occupation army and Kabul’s puppet government.
 
The question that arises here is this: Why is the Pakistani military’s media arm, the ISPR, not releasing these pictures to the Pakistani media? This is the biggest proof that Indians are not only sending trained butchers and terrorists from Afghanistan disguised as Taliban to kill Pakistanis, but there are actual Indians fighting within the ranks of this so-called Pakistani Taliban in Swat?
 
Is the Pakistani military afraid of the pro-U.S. government in Islamabad and does not want to cross the line? It is the responsibility of Mr. Rehman Malik, the Federal Interior Minister, to bring such evidence to the notice of the President, the Prime Minister, and the Foreign Minister so that the elected government could raise this issue with the United States and NATO and take a stand on the reason why these supposed allies of Pakistan are letting Afghanistan be used as a base for anti-Pakistan activities, especially by the Indians and their paid agents in the Kabul government.  So why is this not happening? And why is Pakistan letting the United States and its allied government in Islamabad get away with the murder of Pakistanis at the hands of terrorists sent from Afghanistan?
 
The pictures are posted below. [PLEASE SKIP THIS IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY NUDITY OR GRUESOME IMAGES].

 

Pictures of Uzbek and Gurkhas non-Muslim militants killed during the Pakistani military sweep of the Swat Valley.  These exclusive pictures show that they are uncircumcised. Their facial features prove they could be Gurkha fighters whom the Indian and the British militaries use to fight in mountainous regions.  The Americans have also hired some of them. The pictures also show that some of theses killed terrorists could be Uzbeks from Abdul Rasheed Dostom’s murderous militias in Afghanistan that are allied with the U.S. occupation army and Kabul’s puppet government. The question that arises here is this: Why is the Pakistani military’s media arm, the ISPR, not releasing these pictures to the Pakistani media? This is the biggest proof that Indians are not only sending trained butchers and terrorists from Afghanistan disguised as Taliban to kill Pakistanis, but there are actual Indians fighting within the ranks of this so-called Pakistani Taliban in Swat? Is the Pakistani military afraid of the pro-U.S. government in Islamabad and does not want to cross the line? It is the responsibility of Mr. Rehman Malik, the Federal Interior Minister, to bring such evidence to the notice of the President, the Prime Minister, and the Foreign Minister so that the elected government could raise this issue with the United States and NATO and take a stand on the reason why these supposed allies of Pakistan are letting Afghanistan be used as a base for anti-Pakistan activities, especially by the Indians and their paid agents in the Kabul government.  So why is this not happening? And why is Pakistan letting the United States and its allied government in Islamabad get away with the murder of Pakistanis at the hands of terrorists sent from Afghanistan? 

The pictures are posted below. [PLEASE SKIP THIS IF YOU ARE OFFENDED BY NUDITY OR GRUESOME IMAGES].

Source: http://www.ahmedquraishi.com

Indian & Uzbek Fighter In The Disguise Of Pakistan Taliban

Indian & Uzbek Fighter In The Disguise Of Pakistan Taliban

 

RAW Agents Of India In The Disguise Of Pakistan Taliban

RAW Agents Of India In The Disguise Of Pakistan Taliban

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