terrorism in Pakistan: Is Pakistani regime really serious about the people?
terror operation in Pakistan
regime tries to protect the interests of their people, but
unfortunately, Pakistan is one that has been doing the opposite. Leaders, both
civilians and military are interested mainly in promoting US imperialist goals
and western capitalist interests. Pakistan has under pressure from USA has, by
letting the its soil and space for anti-Islamic terror operations,
joined the illegal terror wars in Islamic world unleashed on fabricated
pretexts like Osama, WMD, regime change, democracy etc, by the NATO terrorist
is indeed cruel on the part of Islamabad.
is an unpardonable anti-Islamic move on the part of Pakistani regime to have,
in the first place, let the anti-Islamic NATO terror syndicate to make
Pakistani soil safe sanctuary for attacking neighboring Afghanistan on
fabricated pretexts and covert terror operations against Pakistanis
themselves and while Pakistani leaders are minting foreign money, the
NATO terrorists have amassed huge piles of arms and ammunition to target
Muslims just by calling them the “terrorists”.
to the crux of the current Pak-US tensions, the USA is exploiting the weakened
position of Pakistan and the regime there, trying to bully and use the
Zardari-Gilani-Kayani leadership to get maximum benefits in terms of massacre
of Muslims in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The leaders in Islamabad are also aware
of the fact that people of Pakistan hate them now. CIA employs its usual trick
of threat to remove them from power to achieve what it wants.
a result, the USA and NATO treat Pakistan as semi-sovereign nation and its
people and leaders as their slaves, besieged by the GST terrorists in
democracy uniforms and operating on drone goods.
One of major issues of debate today is
damages inflicted upon UK-Pakistani ties by inane operations of NATO
terrorists. Pakistan has repeatedly condemned airstrikes against its
troops near the border with Afghanistan. While the strikes supposedly target
militants, they usually claim the lives of civilians and Pakistani soldiers.
Ties between Washington and Islamabad had already taken an especially hard hit
from the covert US commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden in a Pakistani
garrison town on May 2. The Pakistanis were outraged that they were not told
about the operation beforehand, and now are angered even more than before by US
violations of the country’s sovereignty.
is not very sure if all powerful global terror state USA and its South Asian
puppet Pakistan deliberately create tensed situations, like cricketers and
Indian parliamentarians cutting across the party lines do, only in order
to gain publicity when other more important issues are getting the primacy of
attention of media controlled by USA and its terrocratic allies. The inferring
argument could be that when the media are directly controlled by USA why should
not the USA top the news as well permanently. Pakistan might not be interested
in such dirty techniques, but America surely is – after all media magic is
important to boost the image of USA against its dictatorial and authoritarian
polices against Muslims as well as weak nations.
As the latest cause for friction, the
NATO terror syndicate has killed Pakistani military personnel. NATO
helicopters of firing on two Pakistani army checkpoints in the northwest near
the Afghan-Pakistan border and killing 26 soldiers, then retaliated by closing
a key border crossing used by the coalition to supply its troops in neighboring
It comes a little over a year after a
similar but less deadly incident, in which U.S. helicopters accidentally killed
two Pakistani soldiers near the Afghan border, whom the pilots mistook for
insurgents. Pakistan responded by closing the Torkham border crossing to NATO
supplies for 10 days until the US apologized.
Pakistani army said that NATO helicopters and fighter jets carried out an
"unprovoked" attack on two of its border posts in the Mohmand tribal
area before dawn, killing 24 soldiers and wounding 13 others. A spokesman for
NATO forces, Brig. Gen. Carsten Jacobson, said that Afghan and coalition troops
were operating in the border area of eastern Afghanistan when "a tactical
situation" prompted them to call in close air support. Afghan officials
said that the call was made after Afghan soldiers came under fire. The
officials spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the
Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar told US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham
Clinton that the alleged NATO attack negated all progress in improving the
tattered alliance between the two countries. She told Clinton in a phone call
that the alleged NATO attack was unacceptable, showed complete disregard for
human life and sparked rage within Pakistan, according to a press release
issued by the Pakistani prime minister's office.
premier Yusuf R. Gilani strongly condemned the alleged NATO attack, and said
government was taking it up “in the strongest terms with NATO and the USA.
Islamabad summoned US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter to lodge a
strong complaint regarding the unprovoked attack. Pakistan also ordered a
review of all arrangements with the US and NATO, including diplomatic,
political, military and intelligence activities. The decision was taken at an
extraordinary meeting of senior cabinet ministers and military service chiefs
chaired by Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, who strongly condemned the strike.
NATO has since described the
incident as "tragic and unintended" and has promised a full
investigation. Later, however, NATO confirmed that the attack has left some
Pakistani soldiers dead and has launched an investigation into the incident. Notorious NATO's
top official, Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, offered his
"deepest condolences" and said the coalition was committed to working
with Pakistan to "avoid such tragedies in the future... We have a joint
interest in the fight against cross-border terrorism and in ensuring that
Afghanistan does not once again become a safe haven for terrorists".
the US apology gimmick has been rejected by Pakistan. Pakistan eventually
relented and reopened Torkham last year after the US apologized, giving hopes
for Obama to continue to attack Pakistanis with
murdering an unarmed “Osama” inside Pakistan without informing the
Zardari-Gilani regime, NATO terrorist have become so bold that now they
have begun killing Pakistani troops.
spokesman Maj. Gen. Athar Abbas said the Pakistani troops at two border posts
were the victims of an unprovoked aggression. He said the attack lasted almost
two hours and that commanders had contacted NATO counterparts while it was going
on, asking them to get this fire to cease, but it continued until the
“objective” was achieved by NATO.
The border issue is the major source of
tension between Islamabad and Washington, which wants to stabilize Afghanistan
and withdraw its combat troops there by the end of 2014. The border is
disputed in many areas and not clearly marked, adding to the difficulties faced
by the different militaries in controlling it.
two military posts, named "Volcano" and "Golden," were
located on a ridge in Mohmand region around 300 yards (meters) from the border
with Afghanistan. He said their exact location had been provided to NATO and
that the area had recently been cleared of militants.
poorly defined, mountainous border has been a constant source of tension
between Pakistan and the USA. NATO and Afghan forces are not allowed to cross
over into Pakistan to kill Muslims in pursuit of “militants”. But Obama wants
to kil as Muslims as possible before the next poll.
The Pakistan military blamed NATO for Friday’s
attack in the Mohmand tribal area, saying the NATO terror helicopters “carried
out unprovoked and indiscriminate firing.” American officials with a view to
escape criticism of Pakistani regime, have repeatedly accused Pakistani forces
of supporting — or turning a blind eye — to militants using its territory for
swiftly after the attack to close Torkham to NATO. Some critical
supplies, including ammunition, are airlifted directly to Afghan air bases.
Official sources confirmed the suspension of supplies, adding that all
containers were stopped at the Takhta Baig checkpost in Jamrud tehsil of Khyber
Agency. Takhta Baig is the first checkpost followed by four more check-posts in
the tribal areas and is the shortest possible route to Afghanistan.
a retaliatory move, Pakistani government has ordered the US to vacate an
airbase Shamsi, which is within 15 days following a deadly airstrike. The new
order to vacate came after a US-led NATO airstrike killed at least 28 Pakistani
soldiers and wounded 15 others in the Mohmand Agency in northwestern Pakistan.
The airbase was reportedly used as a hub for covert CIA drone strikes.
after the attack, Pakistan closed its western border to trucks delivering
supplies to NATO troops in Afghanistan, demanded that the U.S. abandon an air
base inside Pakistan used to operate drone strikes, and said it will review its
cooperation with the US and NATO.
addition to closing its border crossings, Pakistan gave the US 15 days to
vacate Shamsi Air Base a remote desert outpost in Baluchistan in southwest
Pakistan. The US uses the base to service drones when they cannot return to
their bases inside Afghanistan because of weather conditions or mechanical
Shamsi air base that is used by American drones to target Muslims who obstruct
the Silk-energy route creation, killing them as well as the US made al-Qaeda
and Taliban operatives in the country's tribal region along the Afghan border.
The USA has relied heavily on drone strikes in the past few years, killing
had previously told the USA to leave the site in June. The Pakistani
government has blocked dozens of trucks carrying goods and fuel supplies for
NATO forces in Afghanistan. Hundreds of trucks carrying supplies to U-led
troops in Afghanistan backed up at Pakistani border crossings, leaving them
vulnerable to militant attack a day after Islamabad closed the frontier in
retaliation for coalition airstrikes that allegedly killed 24 Pakistani troops.
protest with the US. But, sensing danger, senior US diplomatic and
military officials eventually apologized for the attack, saying it could have
been prevented with greater coordination between the U.S. and Pakistan.
Pakistan responded by reopening the border crossing.
funerals for the soldiers at the army's headquarters in Peshawar, the most
important city in the country's northwest. Mourners said prayers in front of
caskets wrapped in green and white Pakistani flags. Activists with Islami
Jamiat Tulba, the student wing of Jamaat-e-Islami party, staged a protest in
the northwestern city of Lahore to denounce the killings of soldiers.
The incident Friday night was a major
blow to already strained relations between Islamabad and U.S.-led forces
fighting in Afghanistan. It will add to perceptions in Pakistan that the
American presence in the region is malevolent, and to resentment toward the
weak government in Islamabad for co-operating with Washington.
NATO Terror Syndicate
led NATO terror forces have ulterior motives in occupying a friendly but
foolish Pakistan, destabilizing Islamabad and killing Muslims. Strategic
partnership does not entail any illegal occupations. Soviet Union had
been a strong partner supplier of terror goods to India, promoting Indian
massacres in occupied Jammu Kashmir, but never occupied India but USA has
been toyng with idea of somehow establish a terror base in India.
year ago, a US helicopter attack killed two Pakistani soldiers posted on the
Afghan-Pakistani border, prompting the army to close one of the border
crossings. A joint investigation by the two nations found that Pakistani troops
had fired first at the U.S. helicopters. The investigation found that the shots
were probably meant as warnings after the choppers passed into Pakistani
airspace. The US apologized, and the border was reopened.
number of casualties is much higher this time. The situation could be direr
this time because Pakistan, outraged at the alleged NATO attack before dawn,
has closed both its crossings. Nearly 300 trucks carrying coalition supplies
are now backed up at Torkham in the northwest Khyber tribal area and Chaman in
southwestern Baluchistan province. Last year, Pakistan only closed Torkham.
NATO deadly incident serves to shift attention away from the dominant
perception of the Pakistani army in the West over the last five years — that of
an unreliable ally that supports militancy. That image was cemented after
al-Qaeda’s chief Osama bin Laden was found to have been hiding in an army town
close to the Pakistani capital when he was killed.
ships nearly 50 percent of its non-lethal supplies to its troops in Afghanistan
through Pakistan. The trucks are periodically targeted by suspected militants
as they travel through the country, and their drivers are sometimes killed.
NATO has said these attacks do not significantly impact its ability to keep its
has reduced the amount of non-lethal supplies it ships through Pakistan from a
high of around 80 percent by using routes through Central Asia. The northern
logistics link could be expanded to make up for the Pakistani closure, but it
would leave NATO heavily dependent on Russia at a time when ties with Moscow
are increasingly strained.
the name of new world order, America is on its way to declare the third world
war by escalating the NATO war in Mideast into a full sale open
WW-II. NATO and America are now embroiled in military actions in numerous
parts of the globe. America/NATO is involved in illegal wars in Iraq,
Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Uganda and Libya. Emergent spheres of
expanded military activity include Pakistan and Syria. Recession and
extraordinary financial and economic crisis in the west have been
used as a reason to ignite the war. The war plan is a call for the full
mobilization of 1.5 Million US Reserves.
appears, the USA is trying to show that it is eager for another
WW-III. China and Russia warn of US and NATO plans to initiate a global armed
conflict. This conflict has reportedly moved from the drawing board to an
activation stage. According to both Chinese and Russian Intelligence Sources,
the US and NATO plans include among other, the deliberate implosion of the US-
and EU Economies, destroying the worlds financial systems, and the launching of
a massive conventional war throughout North America, Africa and Asia, as well
as the Middle East. The war plans include the release of biological warfare
agents designed to kill millions if not billions of people. The NATO
strategists rely on their ability to sue for peace when the coming conflict is
at its highest, to call for the establishment of a “New World Order” under the
pretext of preventing the destruction of the planet and civilization.
armed forces of NATO, Russia and China have never been as close to open and all
out conflict as today. A recent and sobering report of the Russian Intelligence
Service FSB, details the fact that the USA and NATO are currently planning and
actively preparing for all out war on all continents. After the recent meeting
between Russian PM Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Huan Jintao, both
Russian and Chinese military forces have been placed on highest alert.
Pakistan's weak and much criticized elected government, NATO airstrikes provide
a rare opportunity to unite the country and a momentary relief from attack by
rivals eying elections in 2013 or sooner. But by recycling the joint
operations in Pakistan and Afghanistan in anew format to kill
Muslims, Pakistani regime would lose all bargain chips
indoors and abroad. Pakistan would sooner or later lose its full sovereignty as
2001 the NATO terror syndicate targeting Muslims in
the region have literally
occupied Islamabad and ill-treated the hosts as beggars.
Although the friction looks like a usual fiction for some specific
reasons, the current standoff assumes importance now with
Pakistan, for the first time since 1947, has ordered the USA-NATO to vacate its
terror air base from Pakistani soil, blocking the NATO
supply routes inside Pakistan and its decision
not to attend the Bonn conference on Afghanistan, etc, clearly show
the real and irreparable rift between the master and
assistant. Further, dismissal by the Pakistani regime of BBC news
channels in Pakistan is yet another bold step Islamabad has taken to assert its
sovereignty over the nation and its affairs and gives credence to the serious
nature of US –Pakistani relations. The BBC ban is the right step because they
fuel crisis in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Iran, Syria and other Muslim
the USA is widely disliked in Pakistan, the army has accepted billions in
American aid over the last 10 years in return for its cooperation in fighting
al-Qaeda. It has been accused of fomenting anti-American sentiment in the
country to extract better terms in what is essentially a transactional and
deeply troubled relationship with Washington.
strikes have added to popular anger in Pakistan against the US-led NATO terror
syndicate in Afghanistan. Many in the army, parliament, general population and
media already believed that the US and NATO are hostile to Pakistan and that
the Afghan Taliban is not the enemy. However, CIA thinks that since
Pakistan still relies on billions of dollars in American military and civilian
aid, USA can reign in Islamabad easily.
most Pakistanis are afraid of NATO terror retaliation. Some
drivers said Pakistan had sent paramilitary troops to protect their convoys
since the closures, but others were left without any additional protection.
Even those who did receive troops did not feel safe.
relationship between the two countries with different systems with capitalist
inputs has also severely deteriorated over the past year, especially following
the covert US raid that killed Osama bin Laden in a Pakistani garrison town in
May. Islamabad was outraged because it wasn't told about the operation
trying showcasing its terror prowess, the NATO would like the tensions rise
further by fake encounters and insurgency gimmicks. NATO is eager to attack
Pakistanis and their military personnel but would like to avert attacks against
the stranded trucks ferrying NATO supplies to Afghanistan.
are forces working against Pakistan as an important Muslim nation and are eager
to obtain a total rupture in its relationship with west/NATO. USA plays dirty
superiority foul game. Ties between Pakistan and the USA were already
deteriorating before the deadly attack and have sunk to new lows since,
delivering a major setback to American hopes of enlisting Islamabad's help in
negotiating an end to the 10-year-old Afghan war. After the Osama bin Laden
“raid”, insulting Pakistani military and other security services, ties almost
collapsed but slowly resumed, albeit at a lower level and with lower
expectations on the American side.
NATO airstrikes that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers lasted almost two hours and
continued even after Pakistani commanders had pleaded with coalition forces to
stop, the army claimed in charges that could further inflame anger in Pakistan.
views the crumbling ties with Islamabad with unease but thinks they have enough
control tools to make Pakistan continue with supporting NATO massacre of
Muslims. In order to make the entire decay of ties look unimportant, an
US/NATO official closely involved with the Afghan war said there will likely be
no immediate negative effect from Pakistan's decision to close its border
crossings. US strategists say that by claiming it was the victim of unprovoked
aggression, the Pakistan army is strengthening this narrative.
a complete breakdown in the relationship between the USA and Pakistan is
considered by Americans as unlikely. They claims that Pakistan relies too much
on billions of dollars in American aid, and the USA needs Pakistan to push
Afghan insurgents to participate in peace talks. So, Americans and a few
Pakistani agents hope the mutual bickering would continue to go on against the
wishes of Pakistanis. .
Indian owls are closely watching the crisis in the ties and wants to use it to
further strengthen the terror ties with USA, but Pakistan has no reason to
worry about it now because USA cannot do “business” with Pakistan in the longer
run. And the US needs Islamabad's help to push former Afghan rulers to engage
in peace talks.
such angry rhetoric characterize Pak-US relations in recent times as
India pushes hard ahead for more strategic partnership for nuclear and
Kashmir benefits, Pakistan has so far has never asked the occupying
foreign forces to quit the Pakistani soil. But now it has done so
and this marks a turning point in real ties between anti-Islamic USA and an
officially Islamic Islamabad.
and the rich of Pakistan have been betraying the people, nation
and Islam. However, after all these repeated insults and
injuries if the Pakistani regime decides once again to tell NATO “OK, enough is
enough and let us resume our joint genocides of Muslims in Af-Pak and add more service charges to us”, that would
indeed be another great tragedy of humanity.
this conflict a mere show which Pakistan would just use only to get more arms
and money from USA? But one thing is certain. USA wants to steal its nukes or
completely destroy Pakistan along with nukes.
the Pakistani regime and its funny media lords really serious about
the welfare of its people, about the prestige of Pakistan as a
my guess is as good as yours...
د. عبد راف
Dr. Abdul Ruff, Specialist
on State Terrorism; Educationalist;Chancellor-Founder of Centor for International
Affairs(CIA); Independent Analyst;Chronicler of Foreign
occupations & Freedom movements(Palestine,Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc); Anti-Muslimism
and anti-Islamism are more dangerous than "terrorism" Anti-Islamic
forces & terrorists are using criminal elements for terrorizing the
world and they in disguise are harming genuine interests of ordinary
Muslims. Global media today, even in Muslim nations, are controlled by CIA & other anti-Islamic agencies. Former university Teacher;/website:abdulruff.wordpress.com/ 91-9961868309/91-9961868309
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