Read how Pakistani president Asif Zardari’s aide Ms. Fauzia Wahab gets a rap from one of her in-laws on an Internet forum of Pakistani journalists. Ninety-year-old Khaleel Siddiqi asks Ms. Wahab to drop her husband’s name and warns her that her party will lose in the next elections if it frees Raymond Davis, a US spy who killed two Pakistanis in Lahore last month.
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Raymond Davis worked in Pakistan as a special operations, intelligence and security contractor of CIA. His wife has told American journalists her husband told her to contact a CIA official if he fell in trouble. The case exposes CIA’s secret espionage network in Pakistan.
The Americans, mis-identified by the US Embassy as “diplomats” are believed involved in covert or “black ops” operations inside Pakistan, reportedly against the government of Pakistan, America’s primary ally in the region.
With the death of 25-year-old Shumaila, four Pakistani citizens are now dead because of an American killer who is being shielded by the US government.
John Arso, Pickel Robin Kenneth, Lister Douglas Michael, Clen Denen Jason Robert and Steele Jr Richard Earl, James Bill Koeen and Charlie Benzic are the names of some of the US ‘diplomats’ arrested in Pakistan over the past three years. What were four US ‘diplomats’ carrying M-4 machine guns and wearing Pakhtun clothes and beards doing entering the Pakistani capital coming from the Afghan border?
US Embassy Personnel Caught Spying On Kahuta
Pakistani authorities have enough evidence that implicates US diplomats and trainers in spying on Kahuta, one of the prime nuclear facilities in the country.
Osama bin Laden surprised everyone in late 1990s when he escaped from the Gulf to hide at an unexpected place: Sudan. Is it that the al-Qaeda chief is repeating history by choosing South Asia’s least likely place to hide?
India Stoking Terrorism in Pakistan’s Tribal Belt
India helped organize an attack in Pakistan’s Mohmand Agency last month against a Pakistan army checkpost, killing 11 soldiers. New evidence points to Indian covert terror operations in Afghanistan, again under American watch.
اگر صورت حال بدتر ہوتی ہے تو سی آئی اے اس علاقے کو بالآخر چھوڑ دے گی اور فرار ہوجائے گی۔ لیکن ہم فرار نہیں ہوسکتے۔ ہمیں ایک طویل عرصے تک اپنے ہی شہریوں کی ہلاکتوں کے ورثے کے ساتھ زندہ رہنا ہوگا یہی وجہ ہے کہ یہ بات اہمیت کی حامل ہے کہ سی آئی اے کے ایجنٹوں کو جلد ازجلد تلاش کرکے ملک سے باہر نکال دیا جائے۔
The first myth is that Al-Qaeda was destroyed by CIA drones. The second myth is that Pakistan’s tribal belt is producing terrorists in US and Europe. The third myth is that FATA is the reason for instability in Afghanistan. As US Vice President lands in Islamabad, Pakistanis know better than ever they need to get out of America’s Afghan mess at the earliest.
There is mourning in Pakistan over Mr. Holbrooke, the man who groomed Washington’s stooges in Islamabad and Kabul. Mr. Zardari beat them all by awarding the deceased Pakistan’s highest civilian honor. In Pakistani history, Mr. Holbrooke is definitely not a hero.
Pakistanis hope the move marks the first step in bringing to justice CIA officials and their Pakistani collaborators in the murder of thousands of innocent Pakistanis. Jonathan Banks is bunkered inside the fortified US embassy building but lawyers believe he is not covered by military or diplomatic protection.
Mr. Brzezinksi suspects that an unnamed intelligence agency is ’seeding’ information through WikiLeaks to target specific countries.
“CIA officials are not part of United States armed forces, therefore under international law they are civilians directly participating in hostilities. Not holding diplomatic or military status, CIA officials have no immunity and therefore are liable for murder and damages under the laws of Pakistan and the principles of natural justice throughout the world.”
The Pakistani chapter in the Mumbai investigations is a small part of a larger story that should be investigated with equal vigor. Mumbai should not become limited to settling India’s political scores with Kashmiri groups like LeT.
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