Sunday, January 26, 2014

Peace Talks with India & US CIA Backed Taliban & Liberal Pakistani Scums

January 26th, 2014 NOWSHERA: Leaders of Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) on Saturday expressed confidence in Maulana Samiul Haq over negotiations with the Taliban. This was stated in a meeting held on Saturday with Steering Committee Chairman Laiqat Baloch, and attended by a large number of DPC leaders. The DPC leaders also demanded that in future, all steps regarding talks with the Taliban be taken after consultation with Haq. They said if the government was not serious about peace talks and was aiming for a military operation, then DPC will not be a part of any such overtures. Earlier this week, Haq, who is also the DPC chairman, said he put his life at risk for the “sake of the country” but did not find any seriousness for negotiations, therefore, he wanted to distance himself altogether. The DPC leaders also announced their plans to observe Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5. They said a seminar will be held on February 1 in Multan under the administration of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat before the main event. On February 2, a news conference will be convened by DPC leaders in Islamabad. On February 5, a conference will be held in Muzaffarabad where former prime minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Atiq Ahmad will be the chief guest. On the same day, public rallies will be held in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi. The rally in Lahore will be organised by Jamaat-ud-Dawa while Jamaat-e-Islami will lead the rallies in Karachi and Islamabad. It was also decided in the meeting that the council will hold seminars in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi in the month of February and March against ‘external influence’ on Islamic culture, target killings and sectarianism. REFERENCE: Published in The Express Tribune, January 26th, 2014.

May 23, 2007: Maulana Sami ul-Haq (standing behind General Pervez Musharraf) said, Iran is not a threat to Pakistan at all. Iran is giving the United States a tough time in the region and seems quite determined to acquire nuclear power status. Muslims all over the world are happy about this move because there should be someone who has the courage to demonstrate the religious strength to look into the eyes of the United States. We support Iran. Besides, we would not allow the Pakistani leadership to toe the U.S. line in dealing with Iran, as they have done in the case of Afghanistan. Imtiaz Ali asked: IA: There has been speculation that Iran has ambitions for a "Shiite Crescent" in the Middle East. What is your opinion of this? --- Maulana Sami ul-Haq said, This is U.S. propaganda aimed at dividing the strength of Muslims. The Shiite-Sunni issue has been created by the United States just to hide its failure in Iraq and to achieve its goals in the Middle East. Besides, the United States is also creating poisonous propaganda against Iran for intervening in Iraq's affairs just to malign its position in the world community. It is baseless. I was in Iran two months ago where I held meetings with the top Iranian leadership. I urged them to counter U.S. propaganda and try to satisfy Kurds, Arabs and Sunnis. I clearly told them that if you [Iran] need the support of the whole Muslim ummah, then you have to garner support against the United States, not only from Shiites but also from Sunnis. Imtiaz Ali asked What do you think of Lashkar-e-Jangvi, TNSM and other jihadi outfits in Pakistan? Maulana Sami ul-Haq said, Lashkar-e-Jangvi and similar organizations are the continuity of the Kashmir problem. These jihadi forces were patronized by the Pakistani intelligence agency, the ISI, with full state support for their activities in Kashmir. But when Pakistan came under immense pressure, then this whole drama was wrapped up and that is why a ban was put on these jihadi organizations. It is all a dictated policy from the West. REFERENCE: The Father of the Taliban: An Interview with Maulana Sami ul-Haq Publication: Spotlight on Terror Volume: 4 Issue: 2May 23, 2007 01:23 PM Age: 7 yrs By: Imtiaz Ali

Please note that the above group purely consist upon Rabid Sectarian Cutthroat Mullahs of Pakistan who often declare each other Apostate and not even offer prayers behind each others what to talk of reconciliation with Shias or Barelvis , Here

PESHAWAR: Former Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Qazi Hussain Ahmad has said the Taliban were created by Western powers to achieve their own goals. Talking to the media in Peshawar, he said the Taliban took over as an independent force only because the US was not ready to listen to them after achieving its objectives. He said the Taliban got disappointed after they were ignored by the US and began to strengthen their force. Qazi said statements by US officials on the creation of Taliban had no weight as Hizb-e-Islami Afghanistan chief Gulbudin Hekmatyar had openly made such a statement long time ago. He said more than 500,000 people were displaced from the tribal areas and Swat and most of them were living as internally displaced people (IDP) in camps in Kacha Garhi and other places of the province. He said the situation in the country had worsened only because the Taliban had the patronage of foreign forces. Qazi said all the issues could be resolved through dialogue but the NWFP government agreed to implement the Nizam-e-Adl Regulation under pressure. REFERENCE: Taliban created by Western powers: Qazi Monday, April 27, 2009 Jamaat-e-Islami says India and USA Supporting Taliban Groups Daily Jang 20 January 2014 Monday, January 20, 2014, Rabi-ul-Awwal 18, 1435 A.H. Updated at: 0150

Zaid Hamid on Indian and CIA Backed Taliban
Zaid Hamid on Indian and CIA Backed Taliban by SalimJanMazari

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Tehrik Nifaz Shariat-e-Muhammadi Maulana Sufi Muhammad has said that democracy is ‘Kufar’ (infidelity) and backing democratic forces is useless. “Even I do not offer prayer under pro-democracy people,” he said in an exclusive interview with Salim Safi, to be telecast on Geo TV at 10:05pm today (Sunday). The TNSM chief said Qazi Hussain Ahmad and Maulana Fazlur Rehman were searching for Shariah in democracy. He said women were not allowed to go out of their homes except for Haj, adding there was no need for a wife’s permission in Jihad (holy war). He was of the opinion that there was no Islamic Shariah system in Saudi Arabia and Iran. He said as the Kashmiris were not demanding Shariah, but a state, therefore, Jihad was not mandatory there. “Today there is no place in the world where ‘Jihad Bil Qataal’ (holy war) is taking place,” he said, adding that Shariah has prohibited stopping vices through the use of force. REFERENCE: Jihad not mandatory in Kashmir: Sufi News Desk Sunday, May 03, 2009

Sufi has acted against Quran, says Imran LAHORE: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has slated TNSM head Sufi Muhammad for violating the Constitution of Pakistan, saying that Sufi has violated the agreement signed with the government and the basic spirit of the Holy Quran. Addressing a public meeting on the eve of the 13th Foundation Day of the PTI, Imran claimed that the Tehrik is the only party which was not formed with the help of the bureaucracy and the Army. He said Musharraf’s policies have played havoc with the integrity of the country and the Army, while an Army operation was still continuing against the people who had been demanding their rights for many years. He also announced holding party elections every year with the appointment of PTI Vice-Chairman Hamid Khan as election commissioner for this purpose. The NRO was, in fact, an infringement on the rights of people, because of which the dacoits have started ruling the masses, Imran said, alleging that MQM chief Altaf Hussain is not behind the bars only because he is paying lip service to the dictation of the US and UK. He said Nawab Akbar Bugti was fighting for the rights of the Baloch people and his assassination is condemnable in every sense. Imran claimed that it has been so easy for the PTI to get power by changing loyalties, but the party does not compromise on its principles. Imran said at least 70 drone attacks have so far been carried out inside Pakistan, killing 700 people, while only 14 al-Qaeda operators could be targeted during these strikes. The PTI chief expressed his resolve to leave for Karachi on May 3 at all costs for launching membership movement of the party. REFERENCE: Sufi has acted against Quran, says Imran BY our correspondent Monday, April 27, 2009

Imran Khan on Fascist Pakistani Liberal Scums & Lal Masjid
Imran Khan on Fascist Pakistani Liberal Scums... by SalimJanMazari

Orakzai sees Indian hand in NWFP violence PESHAWAR: Governor NWFP Lt-Gen (retd) Ali Mohammad Jan Orakzai said here on Saturday that there was evidence of Indian hand in the acts of terrorism in the tribal areas and some of the settled districts in the province. Talking to senior journalists at an Iftar-dinner he had hosted for them at the Governor's House, he said the increase in terrorist activities and the attacks on political and religious figures in the NWFP was a matter of concern for the government. When pressed for evidence of India's involvement in these attacks, he said he cannot reveal everything at this stage. "But I know there is an Indian hand in all this. The Indian consulates in Afghanistan are involved in fomenting trouble in the NWFP," he stressed. In reply to questions, the governor said talks had entered a sensitive stage in South Waziristan where a Mahsud tribal Jirga was mediating between the government and the militants. He said progress had been made in the talks to bring peace to South Waziristan and secure release of 244 soldiers from the custody of the militants. "The militants are demanding that the Srarogha peace agreement signed in February 2005 be respected and implemented. Now there was a written agreement, which was made public. The militants are claiming some verbal commitments were also made and we are trying to find out as to what were those points," he explained. When asked repeatedly how such a large number of troops surrendered to the militants without a fight on August 30, Governor Orakzai said the soldiers were transporting rations or returning to their place of posting for duty and were, therefore, lightly armed. He said the force didn't intend to launch a military operation in the Mahsud area as the militants suspected. However, he agreed that lapses on the part of the troops led to their capture by the militants. "We would know the details once the soldiers are released and return to their units," he added. Orakzai, who was the architect of the peace accord with tribal militants in North Waziristan in September 2006, defended his policy of negotiating with the local Taliban through Jirgas and said this policy had brought normalcy to the area and enabled the people to heave a sigh of relief. "For a year before that peace agreement, all development work in North Waziristan had stopped due to insecurity and funds were diverted to other tribal agencies, the economy of the area had been destroyed, people had migrated to other places, and teachers and Khassadars had given up their jobs. The peace accord changed the situation and the people of North Waziristan were happy," he argued. The governor said he tried his best to save the North Waziristan peace accord by sending a tribal jirga to Miranshah and taking other measures. When queried whether he still wanted his peace strategy to continue in the tribal areas, particularly in the two Waziristans, Governor Orakzai said that was the way to go because the military option had been tried and had not worked. He said the use of force wasn't the solution to the problems in tribal areas. REFERENCE: Orakzai sees Indian hand in NWFP violence Insists peace accords best way to overcome conflict in tribal areas Rahimullah Yusufzai Sunday, September 23, 2007

Security forces discover Paradise (Jannat) in South Waziristan

Security forces discover Paradise (Jannat) in... by SalimJanMazari

How Teenagers were lured by Taliban PESHAWAR An artificial paradise (Jannat) established by terrorists for brainwashing would-be suicide bombers has been captured by security forces in South Waziristan Agency. The `Jannat` in the Nawaz Kot area was shown to a visiting team of Peshawar-based journalists by ISPR authorities. The journalists, who were taken to the place in a helicopter on Friday morning, took a round of the so-called paradise and later were briefed about the modus operandi for churning out suicide bombers. The make-believe heaven consisted of four rooms. Each room contained exquisite paintings of lakes overflowing with milk and honey and scenic valleys inhabited by `hoors` (beautiful women). Religious teachers in the training centre used to show would-be bombers around and dupe them into believing that after their death in suicide attacks their stature would be equal to Sahaba-i-Karaam and that they would enjoy the company of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). The term `Sahaba-i-Karaam` refers to close associates of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). Boys aged between 12 and 18 were trained to become suicide bombers under the supervision of Hakimullah Mehsud. The TTP chief would keep hammering away at `an unending bliss awaiting you in Jannat dotted with lakes of milk and honey`, said Major Saleem in a briefing for journalists. He told journalists the building also had a `slaughterhouse` for killing kidnapped security officials. A huge cache of arms and ammunition was seized from there. In reply to a question, Major Saleem said the security forces faced tough resistance before capturing the militant stronghold. Two bombers and their trainers were taken into custody. The troops came upon a significant quantity of hashish and compact discs after they set about securing the building. Books and magazines in Arabic, Pushto and Uzbek languages were strewn all over the place. Later the visiting journalists were taken to Makin and Ziarsar area of Spin Kamar. Colonel Asif Mehmud, the operation commander, told the journalists that Makin was believed to be the hub of Taliban and the forces overcame stiff resistance before its fall. Makin harboured a training centre that was run by Baitullah Mehsud when he used to live nearby in the house of his uncle. The forces had taken all hilltops and purged the area of militants, Colonel Mehmud said. Anti-tank mines, rockets, missiles and other weapons of foreign make were shown to the visiting journalists.—APP REFERENCE: How teenagers were lured by Taliban 2009-12-12 Security forces discover jannat in South Waziristan December 12, 2009

Mullahs, Jihad, Martyr & Dogs in Pakistan.

Mullahs, Jihad, Martyr & Dogs in Pakistan. by SalimJanMazari

Peace signed with the same India and CIA Backed Taliban by General (R) Ali Muhammad Jan Orakzai

* Militants agree not to launch cross-border raids, shelter foreigners - * Govt to remove checkpoints, free prisoners and return weapons - MIRANSHAH/PESHAWAR: Taliban militants signed a peace agreement with the government on Tuesday, pledging not to launch cross-border attacks in Afghanistan and not to shelter foreign fighters, officials said. The peace deal aims to end two years of violence in North Waziristan, where hundreds of people have died in clashes between security forces and Taliban militants. The Taliban had been observing a unilateral ceasefire since June. Taliban representative Azad Khan and North Waziristan chief administrator Dr Fakhar-e-Alam signed the agreement at the football stadium of Government Degree College in Miranshah, in the presence of army commander Major General Azhar Ali Shah. "Misunderstandings between the administration and Taliban led to unpleasant moments, but we are happy that a new beginning starts today," MNA Maulana Nek Zaman of the MMA said at the ceremony, witnessed by around 500 tribesmen. A 10-member committee of tribal elders, clerics and administration officials was set up to monitor the progress and implementation of the agreement, a government statement read. Under the agreement, the Taliban accepted the government demand that cross-border attacks would not be launched nor foreign militants sheltered. They also agreed not to attack government buildings or security forces, and not to conduct "target killings" of government servants, tribal elders and journalists. In return, the government agreed to stop air and ground operations; return all weapons and other material seized during operations; restore privileges of tribesmen; and remove all check-posts. "It was the toughest jirga I ever participated in," Malik Shehzada said of the 45-member jirga that negotiated the agreement with militant commanders over several weeks. Shahzaman Khan, spokesman for the NWFP governor's FATA Secretariat, said the two parties "expressed their firm resolve to abide by all the conditions laid down in the agreement for establishment of an enduring peace in the tribal areas, particularly in North Wazirstan Agency." He said the jirga found it hardest to convince the Taliban commanders to agree not to launch cross-border raids for attacks on US-led forces and not to shelter foreign militants. The government called the occasion "historic". "It is almost unprecedented in tribal history that such a complicated issue has been amicably resolved within a few weeks," NWFP Governor Ali Muhammad Jan Orakzai said Locals also welcomed the peace deal. "Today is a very special day because peace is restored to North Waziristan," trader Haji Syed Halim said. "Our businesses, which were seriously affected by clashes, will bloom again." REFERENCE: Waziristan Taliban sign peace deal with government September 06, 2006 BY Haji Mujtaba and Iqbal Khattak

Analysis of Peace Agreements with Militants by Sohail Habib Tajik

Ugly Role of Pakistani Media, Pervez Musharraf & Lal Masjid (2007)

Ugly Role of Pakistani Media, Pervez Musharraf... by SalimJanMazari

Lal Masjid has 10,000 suicide bombers: Abdul Aziz ISLAMABAD: The Lal Masjid administration has more than 10,000 suicide bombers on the mosque premises and more than one lakh across Pakistan, claimed Khateeb of Lal Masjid, Maulana Abdul Aziz. “The suicide attackers are ready to operate anywhere/anytime in Pakistan,” he said at a press briefing at the Lal Masjid on Wednesday evening. “We consider suicide attacks are right in Pakistan in few circumstances, while we consider them as absolutely justified in the context of Afghanistan and Iraq,” he said. “Our students enjoy the moments when a police or Rangers operation looms, and they get bored when the situation normalises,” he said of the situation inside Lal Masjid. He said, “We favoured the Taliban not only in the past, we favour them even today.” Responding to a question that the strategy adopted by the Lal Masjid administration to solve different problems was helping Musharraf’s agenda to bring liberalism in the country and that analysts think that the clerics were operating on the direction of agencies and basically helping the regime to achieve its agenda, he said it was totally wrong. “We are not operating under the command of some agency, and I am ready for ‘Mubahela’ in this regard,” he added. He said the Musharraf government was not taking any advantage to fulfil its agendas from the actions of the Lal Masjid. However, at this moment Aziz’s younger brother Maulana Abdul Rasheed Ghazi took the mike from him and further elaborated the answer saying, “Sometimes it happens. Someone takes advantage from some action, which is actually not aimed to support him.” He said: “When we were fighting against the USSR, the US had taken advantage of the situation. Our struggle against the USSR was not aimed to benefit the US, but they took an indirect advantage of our struggle.” He also cited the example of the war of Muslims against Persia which indirectly benefited the Romans. Aziz also disclosed that Gen (retd) Hamid Gul had told him during a conversation that according to the Constitution, any citizen of Pakistan can play the role of a ‘law officer’ if he observes some illegal activity somewhere and not find law-enforcement authorities there. The Lal Masjid cleric said that not a single finger was cut during their peaceful movement. Asked why the administration did not do something for the poor and depressed class of society and confined its version of Islam to CD shops and brothels, the cleric said they could not do anything for improving the condition of the poor with their resources. However, they could stop people from doing wrong. “We are doing what we can do,” he added. REFERENCE: Lal Masjid has 10,000 suicide bombers: Abdul Aziz BY our correspondent Thursday, May 31, 2007

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