Wednesday, May 9, 2018

#Pakistan's Shia Genocide - #Saudi slaves of Lashkar Jhangvi Appeals for Funds to wipe out Shias from Pakistan

Hate and violent campaign is continuing against Shia community from Takfiri Deoandi network without any hurdle despite big claims of wiping out menace of terrorism made by Punjab government like federal and other provincial governments in Pakistan.
(So called) Tehreek-i-Namos-i-Sahabah wa Lashkar-i-Jhangvi( Movement for Protection of Companions of Prophet PBUH and Army of Jhangvi) has distributed a pamphlet in Attock district of Punjab. In this pamphlet funds appeal was made for the organization working for wiping out of shias of Pakistan. According to this pamphlet, founding father of organization Sipah Sahabah Pakistan-SSP/ Ahle-e-Sunnat-wa-Jamat-ASWJ( a Takfiri Deobandi terrorist organization is banned but only in papers) Haqnawaz Jhangvi’s view was that Shia are worst apostates of this universe and third head of this organizations Azam Tariq had asked to kill all Shias and their killing is obligatory for every Muslim. This pamphlet was distributed in the area of Shakardra Attock district of Punjab having address to send donations through Money Order and also having National Identity Card number along with mobile number require for sending donation through Easy Paisa.
Distribution of this hatred pamphlet against Shia community in the area of district of Punjab once again proves that Punjab government led by PML-N has no objection on distribution of such hatred pamphlets against Shia community and has no problem with proliferation of Takfiri ideas by Takfirist networks emerged from Deobandi Sect. Takfiri Deobandi can distribute pamphlets and make fund appeals for strengthening themselves to run slow genocide campaign of Shia community in Pakistan.
ASWJ despite being banned is functional fully all over the country and has been registered in the Election Commission of Pakistan under new name Pakistan Rah-i-Haq Party and is planning to take part in elections 2018.
If a banned organization is registered under new name in Election Commission of Pakistan then how government can stop terrorist activities against Shia community?
Pamphlet has been written in Urdu and its text says:
“Shias are worst apostates of this world- Haqnawaz Jhangvi (Founder of Takfiri terrorist banned organization ASWJ/SSP/LeJ”
“To kill Shias is religious duty of every Muslim- Tariq Azam( Third head of ASWJ/SSP)”
(Two quotes are mentioned on top of pamphlet after name of the organization which distributed it)
Thereek Namos Sahabah wa Lashkar Jhangvi has been established to fulfill mission of Martyrs for companions of Prophet PBUH and of Haqnawaz Jhangvi. Main and basic objective of this organization is to wipe out Shias of Pakistan. For accomplishment of this great and holy mission we need your financial and moral cooperation. We request you to give us more and more donations and to provide our organization more financial help. You can send your donations through Money Order or Easy Paisa.
God Bless you,
Address for Money Order: Hafiz Khalid Mahmoud Social Walfare Office Sarloa Attock
Through Easy Paisa:
CNIC: 37101-1719549-7
Mobile: 03215726871
To: Ashique Hussain(Patron-in-Chief TTSLJ)
Shakardra Attock District Punjab

Husain Haqqani: 'Pakistani military fears ethno-linguistic identities'

Husain Haqqani, Pakistan's former ambassador to the US, is a fierce critic of his country's military establishment. In a DW interview, Haqqani calls for a "reimagining" of Pakistan's Islamic state ideology.
DW: In your recently published book, Reimagining Pakistan, you said that Pakistan should be a secular state. Is it really attainable?
Husain Haqqani: The idea of my latest book was born in a conversation many years ago, when Salman Rushdie [novelist] said, "If nations are imagined communities, Pakistan is poorly imagined." There were some valid criticisms about how Pakistan was created in a hurry. The generation before us had to suddenly stop being Indian and start being Pakistani; they needed an ideology. I am a Pakistani by birth, so I don't need it.
In my book, I thought how I could contribute to the process of reimagining Pakistan. The good thing about imagination is that what is poorly imagined can be reimagined. That is why I wrote this book.
Husain Haqqani, former Pakistan ambassador to the US (dapd)
Husain Haqqani: 'Trump's policies reflect deep mistrust between the US and Pakistan'
70 years of ideological orientation cannot be reversed overnight. Any attempt to phase out the invoking of religion as ideology would have to be gradual. Pakistan's civilian and military leaders would have to work together to ensure over time that Pakistanis realize the pitfalls of their contrived national narrative. The first step in that direction would be to trigger a debate over alternative paths for the country, something that has almost been shut down since former military dictator General Zia-ul-Haq's era.
There are those who would argue that the state ideology has helped Pakistan survive against the threat of disintegration, especially after the loss of Bangladesh. But that suggests that Pakistan, as a nation and as a state, cannot sustain itself except through ideological rhetoric, which, in turn, must be sustained through issues that mean little for most people in the 21st century. If that is the case, Pakistan has no choice but to stay mired in conceptual argumentation as Islamization has proved to be a recipe for unceasing internal conflict.
The alternative is for Pakistan to evolve as a functional, territorial nation state and a working federation of its various component ethnicities and nationalities. For that to happen, its leaders must take a stand against the unidimensional preoccupation with ideology.
It seems that many Pakistanis are challenging the state ideology these days. A number of mass movements have taken on the country's powerful military, which many analysts say is the custodian of Pakistan's Islamic ideology. Should the military establishment be worried about these developments?
The Pakistani military has always feared ethno-linguistic identities and believed they would result in a break up of Pakistan. Any demands for more autonomy or creation of states based on ethnic or linguistic bases are perceived as anti-national and other countries (especially India and Afghanistan) are accused of helping these demands. The separation of Pakistan's eastern wing in 1971 only reinforced these fears.
Pakistan's ideological national identity has always been seen as the glue that will tie disparate ethnicities together and will over time reduce the ethnic-linguistic bonds. The truth is justice, fair treatment and a genuine federalism is the real way to keep Pakistan together and to make it stronger.
At independence, the Pakistani state feared Pashtun irredentist demands. This led to the policy of encouraging Islamization in the northwestern regions of the country as a counter to nationalist Pashtun sentiments. The Pakistani "deep state" is unable to view any peaceful movement as genuine because this runs counter to their narrative about Pakistan. Just as the Baluch uprising is treated as anti-national so is the Pashtun awakening seen as against Pakistani interests. But the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement is a genuine popular movement seeking human rights and protection of the Pashtun peoples' lives and dignity. There is no evidence that the thousands of young people joining it are foreign supported or externally inspired.
Pakistan's Supreme Court banned Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from politics, and recently Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif was also ousted. How do you see the top court's decisions against members of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League — Nawaz Group?
Nawaz Sharif's ouster only reinforces what can best be described as Pakistan's viceregal tradition. Elected politicians are subject to the whims and "superior judgment" of appointed generals, judges, and civil servants, just as they were during the British colonial era. One need not be convinced of Sharif's innocence to note that in the last 70 years, all elected Pakistani prime ministers have either been assassinated, dismissed or forced to resign by heads of state with military backing, or deposed in coups d'état. Sharif was himself a protégé of the military establishment once but now that he challenges them, he is being targeted through courts that once gave him carte blanche.
The Trump administration has taken a tough stance against Pakistan in relation to Islamabad's alleged support to Islamists. What should Pakistan do to allay US concerns?
The Trump administration's policies reflect the deep mistrust that has characterized the US-Pakistan relationship. At the heart of that dysfunction is the divergence of core interests in South Asia. Even at the height of the alliance, the United States never shared Pakistan's views about its co-leadership in the region and its envisioning of India as a major threat to its neighbors.
The Americans doled out military assistance and economic support in return for favors such as intelligence bases against the Soviet Union and China during the 1950s and 60s as well as for using Pakistan as the staging ground for jihad against the Soviets in Afghanistan during the 1980s.
Pakistan, on the other hand, single-mindedly defined its national interest in terms of rivalry with India. The Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan was not the end of jihad for Pakistan but the beginning of an opportunity to expand jihad to Kashmir and even India. Turning Afghanistan into a satellite with the help of obscurantist proxies like the Taliban and the Haqqani Network became an obsession for the all-powerful Pakistani military and intelligence services. Even blowback in the form of extremist attacks inside Pakistan did not alter that calculus.
The US understood that Pakistan was not on board with its vision for Afghanistan as well as the entire region. But there were NATO transshipments and intelligence sharing to consider. Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama also hoped that incentives, and occasional threats, would eventually lead Pakistan to change its strategic calculus. For that reason they put up with a situation in which American troops died in Afghanistan at the hands of fighters who received assistance and protection across the border, in the territory of an ostensible ally who received economic and military assistance from the US.
Meanwhile, Pakistan's military believed that the policies it was pursuing are in the country's "national interest" as the generals define it. They would not change their definition of national interest until the cost of pursuing it became higher than what they are willing to bear.
American and Pakistani interests can converge only when one of the two countries changes its definition of its interests in Afghanistan, in relation to terrorism, and about China's primacy in the Indo-Pacific region.

#Pakistan - CJP irked at condition of psychiatric hospital inside Peshawar prison

Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Saqib Nisar Wednesday visited Central Jail Peshawar, where he expressed displeasure over deplorable state of a psychiatric hospital inside the prison.
During his visit to the prison, the chief justice visited different parts of the prison. Justice Nisar inquired why the hospital was inside the prison and whether a hospital is supposed to be in such a state.
KP Health Secretary Abid Majeed told the chief justice that another psychiatric hospital had been under construction since 2012. He added that work on the hospital had not yet been completed for the government was not releasing funds.
During the visit, the chief justice asked the in-charge if patients spent their days lying on beds or there were arrangements for them to pass their time outside.
The chief justice asked where patients were made to sit when they left their rooms. To this, the hospital administration said benches were arranged for the patients when they came out of their wards.
Justice Nisar also summoned Chief Minister Pervez Khattak to the prison, who showed up over the chief justice’s orders.
However, in his conversation with journalists, the chief minister said that he had come to meet the chief justice and was not there for a hearing.
Moreover, during the visit, the IG Prisons informed the chief justice that they will start shifting the prisoners to the new jail from next month.
He made the statement after Justice Nisar expressed dismay seeing the prison overcrowded with inmates.
Prior to this, the chief justice had also visited the psychiatric hospital in Lahore after he received complaints of mismanagement at the facility. The hospital visit was planned over the case of a woman reportedly with mental disabilities, who was on a death row.
On his previous visit to Peshawar, the chief justice had ordered action against bogus clinics and quacks across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

#Pakistan - #PPP to establish South Punjab province: Bilawal Bhutto

PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto said that South Punjab would be carved out of Punjab as a separate province by his party.
“We will make South Punjab a separate province if our PPP comes into power,” Bilawal told media persons in Lahore.
His remarks came hours after 20 MNAs and MPAs from South Punjab met Imran Khan and joined his PTI under a written deal to create the new province within first 100 days of the next government.
Bilawal said that Imran Khan had not kept the promises he had made in the last general elections.
“How can Imran Khan establish a new province in 100 days while he could not honor any his promises in five years?” he opined.
“Nobody had supported us when we first raised the voice for South Punjab,” he maintained.
The PPP leader also took a swipe at the leaders of Janoobi Punjab Sooba Mahaz (JPSM), which announced its merger with the PTI.
“Where had they been until now? Why didn’t they raise the demand while they were in power for five years?
He said that Nawaz Sharif was trying to put the entire system at state.

Video Report - #Pakistan - #PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto talk to media in #Lahore