Aijaz alamdar wrote:
Mr. You are a narrow minded nincompoop. Your being follower of Ibn-e-Tammiya or a Hardcore wahabi bother me the least--What bother me is whether what you are because of these affiliations or your very personal disease. I least care of Zaid Hamid has soft corners for Shia Butcher Talibans--Taliban affiliation or not never was the problem of Shia Creed. Mohsin naqavi has only one thing common with me that he is shia--He is not my spiritual guide & I do not condone everything he said. Grow up Nincompoop.
As true Pakistanis, when Indians, CIA and mossad are hell bent to destroy Pakistan, its army and intelegence services, what do you think Pakistanis should do? A War Path By ZAID HAMID Wednesday, 17 September 2008.
The entire CIA backed coup against Musharraf was for this very purpose. He had always resisted this U.S. desire despite his dangerously close and lopsided relationship with U.S.
Dear Alamdar Sahab
Mr Zaid Hamid in his article above clearly supported Rampant Military Dictator General Musharraf and his Military Regime and the regime was riding two boat at the same time. On one hand Musharraf's Military Regime assuring the world that General Musharraf would put an end to Sectarian and Militant Organizations and on the other hand the very same [Zaid Hamid declare them CIA Agents] Jihadi and Sectarian Organizations were allowed complete freedom by General Musharraf and his Military Regime. Why because Musharraf and his regime wanted to counter PML-N in Punjab thats why Musharraf's Military Regime supported Sectarian Organization to divide Pakistan on Sectarian Lines to counter the influence of PML-Nawaz like done by General Zia who promoted Ethnic Organization to counter PPP. These Military Dictators and Military Establishment are the biggest threat to Pakistan Unity and then must be answerable to the Law of the Land.
A glimpse is as under:
During Zia-ul Haq’s rule, General Pervez Musharraf, then a Brigadier, was assigned the task of suppressing the Shia revolt against the Sunni-dominated administration in the Gilgit region. Musharraf used Pathan tribesmen from NWFP and Afghanistan along with his troops to silence the Shias. In the wake of this operation, hundreds of Shias were butchered and displaced from Gilgit. The operations were widely reported in the Herald, a monthly magazine of the daily Dawn in its April and May 1990 issues. It is also said that the Wahabi Pakhtuns who raided Gilgit under Musharraf’s command were led by none other than Osama bin Laden. According to a Herald report of May 1990, “In May 1988, low-intensity political rivalry and sectarian tension ignited into full-scale carnage as thousands of armed tribesmen from outside Gilgit district invaded Gilgit along the Karakoram Highway. Nobody stopped them. They destroyed crops and houses, lynched and burnt people to death in the villages around Gilgit town. The number of dead and injured was put in the hundreds. But numbers alone tell nothing of the savagery of the invading hordes and the chilling impact it has left on these peaceful valleys.
Was that how Mr Musharraf countering the Religious Fanaticism by getting the support of the most lethal Hate Mongers/Sectarian Anarchists in the National Assembly?
1 - Another point against General Musharraf being a liberal is that most of his political support over the last eight years has come from pro-Islamist conservatives. For those that might have forgotten, the one vote that allowed the pro-Musharraf coalition to win a majority in the National Assembly came from the late Maulana Azam Tariq, leader of the sectarian Sipah-e-Sahaba.
VIEW: End of a liberal alliance? —Syed Mansoor Hussain
2 - Musharraf has plainly given the religious groups more free rein in the campaign than he has allowed the two big parties that were his main rivals. In Jhang city, in Punjab province, Maulana Azam Tariq, leader of an outlawed extremist group called Sipah-e-Sahaba, which has been linked to numerous sectarian killings, is being allowed to run as an independent—despite election laws that disqualify any candidate who has criminal charges pending, or even those who did not earn a college degree.
General's Election By TIM MCGIRK / KHANA-KHEL With reporting by Syed Talat Hussain/Islamabad Dated Monday, Oct. 07, 2002
3 - And while the Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan and the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi stand officially disbanded, their most militant son and leader, Maulana Azam Tariq, an accused in several cases of sectarian killing, contested elections from jail - albeit as an independent candidate - won his seat, and was released on bail shortly thereafter. The fine line between an outright violation of the law and its insidious subversion by those who appoint themselves its custodians has been blurred so often in Pakistan's chequered political history, that is has now become par for the course. The irony is when the architects of that subversion or violation are those who frame the laws themselves.
For The 'General' Good By Sairah Irshad Khan