Two sides of the same coin


Again our Brigadier misses the main part of the facts. He rightly says “…. Karzai regime installed by Washington…” If he realized that that not only Afghanistan’s regime, but also Pakistan’s and India’s are ALL installed by Washington, the Brigadier will understand immediately why the area is in the mess it is.

Retired Brigadier Asif Haroon Raja doesn’t seem to understand that Washington doesn’t help ANY country in the world. They only do what they think will benefit USA.

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— On Fri, 4/1/13, Sajjad Ahmad <sajjad_pak@hotmail.com> wrote:

From: Sajjad Ahmad <sajjad_pak@hotmail.com>
Subject: Two sides of the same coin
To: “Posts to MTT” <>
Date: Friday, 4 January, 2013, 16:02

Two sides of the same coin

By Brig. (Retd) Asif Haroon Raja:

Pakistan is an unfortunate country whose destiny is intertwined with treacherous India in the east which lets go no opportunity to harm Pakistan, and Afghanistan on its northwest which is wild and unreliable. Afghanistan prefers Hindu India over Muslim Pakistan in spite of the fact that it doesnt share border with India and is not in sync ideologically. Except for Taliban regime from 1996 to 2001, all regimes in Kabul were anti-Pakistan and pro-India. India and Afghanistan both patronized by USA are now strategic partners since October 4, 2011 and are jointly engaged in subversive activities against Pakistan.

While India was instrumental in blocking the economic and political growth of Pakistan and in subverting Awami League led Bengalis and truncating Pakistan in 1971, (refer to B Ramans book Role of RAW in Liberation of Bangladesh), Afghanistan was the only Muslim country which opposed Pakistans membership in UN in 1947. In collusion with former Soviet Union and India, Afghanistan supported Baloch insurgency in Balochistan in 1973. Since 2002 it is engaged in covert war in FATA and Balochistan in concert with USA and India. The trio is aspiring to detach the two regions from the body of Pakistan and establish Greater Pakhtunistan and Greater Balochistan.

Tutored by India, Northern Alliance heavy Karzai regime installed by Washington has been consistently blaming Pakistan for supporting Taliban and allowing cross border terrorism. However, it refuses to fence or mine likely crossing places along the border as suggested by Pakistan to prevent alleged infiltration. It ignores the fact that Pakistan has deployed over 1000 border posts while only 200 posts are established on its side. Following in the footsteps of India which has been persistently levying allegation against Pakistan of cross border terrorism into occupied Kashmir since 1990; Afghan regime too is singing this song to hide the secret war going on at a massive scale from Afghan soil to destabilize Pakistan. Kabul is looking the other way to Pakistans protests that Maulana Fazlullah and his group that had fled to Afghanistan in 2009 after the launch of Operation Rah-e-Rast were provided sanctuaries in Kunar and Nuristan by Afghan government. The group backed by ANA, RAAM and RAW is involved in cross border terrorism in Mehmand, Bajaur, Dir and Chitral since 2010.

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