22:04Why Pakistan is hub to Islamic extremism and terrorism?
By: Dr. Jumma Marri Baloch
Irresistable lure of Pakistan as nursery of global jihad
Only two country in world were formed on religion bases both were formed on same year and both are constant source of instabilities in there relevant area of geographic proximities’, the British were not in love with Islam or Judaism but to keep two geopolitically and economically important regions in the world under their sphere of influence by creating artificial entities like Pakistan and Israel.
Today as 10 years before Pakistan hosts more Chechen and other Caucasian fighters outside these regions, the world still does not know the real numbers Jihadist out fits in Pakistan because most of them have melted in Punjab and Sindh provinces, apart from most notable northern and southern Waziristan.
Pakistan was carved out of the Muslim-majority areas of British India in 1947, the world's first modern nation based solely on Islam. The country's name means "Land of the Pure." The capital city is Islamabad. The national flag carries the Islamic crescent and star. The cricket team wears green.
Pakistan's history of pan-Islamism does not mean that all Pakistanis, much less everyone of Pakistani origin, hold extremist views. But it does explain why a larger percentage of Pakistanis than, say, Indonesians or Tunisians, are likely to see the world through the narrow prism of their faith.
The ISI's reluctance to dismantle the infrastructure of terrorism—training camps, a web of ultra-orthodox madrassas that preach violence, and terrorist groups such as the Lashkar-e-Taiba many other such extremists—that ensures that Pakistan remains a magnet for any Muslim with a grudge against the non Muslim world and the urge to do something violent about it.
In attempting to explain why so many attacks—abortive and successful—can be traced back to a single country, analysts tend to dwell on the 1980s, when Pakistan acted as a staging ground for the successful American and Saudi-funded jihad against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. But while the anti-Soviet campaign undoubtedly accelerated Pakistan's emergence as a jihadist haven, to truly understand the country it's important to go back further, to its creation.
From the start, the new country was touched by the messianic zeal of pan-Islamism. The Quranic scholar Muhammad Asad—an Austrian Jew born Leopold Weiss—became an early Pakistani ambassador to the United Nations. The Egyptian Said Ramadan, son-in-law of Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Banna, made Pakistan a second home of sorts and collaborated with Pakistan's leading Islamist ideologue, the Jamaat-e-Islami's Abul Ala Maududi. In 1949, Pakistan established the world's first transnational Islamic organization, the World Muslim Congress. Mohammad Amin al-Husayni, the virulently anti-Semitic grand mufti of Jerusalem, was appointed president.
Indonesia has more Muslims than Pakistan. Turkey is geographically closer to the troubles of the Middle East. The governments of Iran and Syria are immeasurably more hostile to America and the West. Yet it is Pakistan, or its Diaspora, that produced the CIA shooter Mir Aimal Kasi; the 1993 World Trade Center bomber Ramzi Yousef (born in Kuwait to Pakistani parents); 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed; Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl's kidnapper, Omar Saeed Sheikh; and three of the four men behind the July 2005 train and bus bombings in London. On 3rd may 2010 the arrest of Faisal Shahzad, a 30-year-old Pakistani-American accused of planting a car bomb in Times Square.
The list of jihadists not from Pakistan themselves but whose passage to jihadist passes through Pakistan is even longer. Among them are Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, Mohamed Atta, shoe bomber Richard Reid, and John Walker Lindh, the so-called American Taliban several high level Chechen terrorists in 90s and 2000 came from Pakistani trained camps. Over the past decade, Pakistani fingerprints have shown up on terrorist plots in, among other places, Germany, Denmark, Spain and the Netherlands, Russia and many other countries. And this partial catalogue doesn't include India, which tends to bear the brunt of its western neighbor's love affair with violence.
In the 1990s, armed with expertise and confidence gained fighting the Soviets, the army's notorious Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spawned the Taliban to take over Afghanistan, and a plethora of terrorist groups to challenge India in Kashmir. Even after 9/11, and despite about $ 30 billion of American aid, Pakistan has found it hard to reform its instincts. If the US fails in Afghanistan that looks increasingly likely needs separate article.
Here is a look what rest of the world thinks about Pakistan?
There are countless allegations and proofs that Pakistan is hub for international terrorism this is accepted by Pakistani close friends like China, USA and Saudi Arabia who arrested and deported 100s of Pakistanis from kingdom blaming them for plots of terrorisms.
Pakistani ISI and army who supports all international terrorists for different reasons, against Soviets union fighting Kafir, against India to force Indian to give up Kashmir, Afghanistan to force Afghanistan to be Pakistani colony ,Pan Islamic war against US and Christian western.
Harbors Terrorist outfits from China, Central Asian countries, Russian Caucasian region to Tataristan Russian federation, India, Iran, Arabs GCC, huge numbers of Europeans and US citizens are hosted and trained in Pakistan as future assets in case.
Terrorists are used against US NATO and Afghanistan governments’ forces, from Afghanistan war huge profits go to Pakistani army both in cash, export of narcotics arms.
Strategically war means fighting against US and India using both US money and weapons against US, helping train and hide Afghan Taliban in Pakistan, supplying them with US weapons and money in order to bleed the US out of Afghanistan and recapture Kabul expel all Indian and reinstall Taliban who will be nothing more than Pakistan puppets.
Once Afghanistan under Pakistan, next stage will be intrusion in central Asian states and Russian Muslims regions and break up Russian federation, which is dream of ISI and Pakistan Mullah to create new caliphates from black sea to Caspian Sea including all central Asian countries down till central India, this new caliphates biggest supporters will be China.
Apart from international terrorism Pakistani state constantly subjugates her own people thousands and thousands were killed by ISI and army sponsored terrorism, only to get money and sympathy of international community so that they do not notice Pakistani international terror net works, so far they are quite successful, but how long?
Baloch are the biggest victim of Pakistani state terrorism since last 70 years.
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