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Taliban are Pakistan Punjabi ISI Army proxies, not Pashtun nationalists
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Thursday, 10.11.2012, 10:39am (GMT+1)








Taliban are Pak Army proxies, not Pashtun nationalists – I



Taliban, both in Pakistan and Afghanistan, are an attempt to wipe out entho-nationalism among the Pashtun and temper with the Pashtun cultural identity



Insight By Farhat Taj



One of the media and academia’s axiomatic constructions about Pashtun is that Taliban are Pashtun nationalists. This construction is based on distorted one-sided information and selective references to the Pashtun history that too are misrepresented to concur with the notion that Taliban are Pashtun nationalists. Drawing upon the current Pashtun ground realities and history, I will argue that Taliban, both in Pakistan and Afghanistan, are mere proxies of the Pakistani state to wipe out forces of entho-n

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Added: Nov-4-2012 Occurred On: Nov-4-2012
By: BekasKhan
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Tags: Afghanistan, occupation, by, US, NATO, Taliban, Pakistan, terrorist, PUnjajbi, ISI, Al, Qaeda, Iran, intel
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  • and THIS is breaking news ?

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  • you expect me to read all that?

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  • too much text to read this late.. see ya tomorrow

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  • Bekaskhan...come into chat sometime

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  • "Not even a single tribe in FATA gave refugee to any militants. People who cooperated with the militants were individuals within tribes. These individuals have longstanding links with the military establishments and their tribes have no control over them. For example, Maulana Noor Muhammad from South Waziristan was openly urging the tribes in his Friday sermons to support the militants following their escape in the area."

    Personally I beg to differ based on much widely available video More..

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