Jump to content
Guests can now reply in ALL forum topics (No registration required!) ×
Guests can now reply in ALL forum topics (No registration required!)
In the Name of God بسم الله

Taliban vows to extend rule over Pakistan

Rate this topic


Recommended Posts

  • Advanced Member

Taliban vows to extend rule over Pakistan

Tue, 14 Apr 2009 16:10:31 GMT

Taliban leaders in Pakistan vow to eventually extend insurgents' rule from the troubled northwestern region to other parts of the country.

Sufi Mohammad, a pro-Taliban cleric, mediating talks between the Islamabad government and the Taliban insurgents, emphasized that once Taliban rule is implemented in the restive Swat valley and its adjoining areas it would soon after be extended to other parts of the country as well, Dawn reported Tuesday.

He urged all of his loyalists to work towards furthering the insurgents' influence in the so-called settled areas in Pakistan.

The remarks come after President Asif Ali Zardari on Monday night approved the final draft of a bill that legitimizes the Taliban rule in the troubled valley.

Also, the Islamabad parliament passed the measure without debate as the militants had warned MPs against opposing the deal.

Taliban had warned the lawmakers who opposed the deal in parliament would be considered apostates and would face the death penalty in the insurgents' self-style courts.

Although at least one major political party Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) boycotted the parliament process, saying deal in Swat is an effort to enforce a law, which is parallel to the country's law.

MQM's lawmakers also emphasized that this was a sensitive issue, since there were people with different schools of thoughts and orders in the region.

They maintained that MQM was strongly against the Taliban culture spread forcefully by Kalashnikov.

A senior leader Dr. Farooq Sattar said Swat deal was only forced at gunpoint; therefore, MQM can't support it at any cost.

MQM has a greater political clout in southern port city of Karachi and other major towns in Sindh province. It is also extending its influence in some cities and towns across Punjab province.

The bill passed by the parliament and signed by the president will introduce a harsh Taliban judicial system in the troubled Malakand division, comprising of six north-western districts including Swat.

The developments come after Taliban stormed the district of Buner -- some 100 km (60 miles) northwest of Islamabad, took control of adjoining areas in the district, and threatened to take over Islamabad.

The Taliban militants have set up a parallel administration with courts and checkpoints in the Valley and the most of the troubled northwestern region.

The Taliban have repeatedly hinted that they would take their war to the capital Islamabad and other major cities. "The day is not far when Islamabad will be in the hands of the mujahideen," a Taliban Commander said on Wednesday.

In late February, local authorities in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province (NWFP) agreed to recognize Taliban's rule in Swat Valley as military surrendered to the insurgents in the volatile area.

The Taliban has long campaigned to impose Wahhabi style laws, which include beheading and storming female educational centers.

The insurgents have also formed forces in the region to punish people who violate their decrees.

The US along with Saudi Arabia encouraged the formation of militant groups in the troubled region in the 1980s to counter the then Soviet Union influence in Afghanistan. Al-Qaeda and Taliban insurgents carry the legacy of such groups.

Pakistan suffers from the wave of violence seven and a half years after US-led forces invaded neighboring Afghanistan in 2001 allegedly to oust the Taliban, to destroy al-Qaeda, to capture Osama bin Laden and bring security to the volatile region.

Despite the presence of more than 70,000 US-led foreign troops in Afghanistan, insurgency has escalated in the war-torn country and spilled over into neighboring Pakistan as well.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=91403...ionid=351020401

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Advanced Member
Who else here thinks we should have Mushy back? Love him or hate him, the guy had the balls to take on these monsters.

ME. Musharraf was great for Pakistan.

100 drone attacks from US will fix the taliban and make them focus on Afghanistan instead of Pakistan. I think its a systemic strategic decision by US to even allow taliban to flourish in Pakistan, otherwise they could have destroyed the whole entity like they did in Afghanistan. They want control of Pakistan before China.

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Veteran Member
Taliban vows to extend rule over Pakistan

Tue, 14 Apr 2009 16:10:31 GMT

Taliban leaders in Pakistan vow to eventually extend insurgents' rule from the troubled northwestern region to other parts of the country.

Sufi Mohammad, a pro-Taliban cleric, mediating talks between the Islamabad government and the Taliban insurgents, emphasized that once Taliban rule is implemented in the restive Swat valley and its adjoining areas it would soon after be extended to other parts of the country as well, Dawn reported Tuesday.

He urged all of his loyalists to work towards furthering the insurgents' influence in the so-called settled areas in Pakistan.

The remarks come after President Asif Ali Zardari on Monday night approved the final draft of a bill that legitimizes the Taliban rule in the troubled valley.

Also, the Islamabad parliament passed the measure without debate as the militants had warned MPs against opposing the deal.

Taliban had warned the lawmakers who opposed the deal in parliament would be considered apostates and would face the death penalty in the insurgents' self-style courts.

Although at least one major political party Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) boycotted the parliament process, saying deal in Swat is an effort to enforce a law, which is parallel to the country's law.

MQM's lawmakers also emphasized that this was a sensitive issue, since there were people with different schools of thoughts and orders in the region.

They maintained that MQM was strongly against the Taliban culture spread forcefully by Kalashnikov.

A senior leader Dr. Farooq Sattar said Swat deal was only forced at gunpoint; therefore, MQM can't support it at any cost.

MQM has a greater political clout in southern port city of Karachi and other major towns in Sindh province. It is also extending its influence in some cities and towns across Punjab province.

The bill passed by the parliament and signed by the president will introduce a harsh Taliban judicial system in the troubled Malakand division, comprising of six north-western districts including Swat.

The developments come after Taliban stormed the district of Buner -- some 100 km (60 miles) northwest of Islamabad, took control of adjoining areas in the district, and threatened to take over Islamabad.

The Taliban militants have set up a parallel administration with courts and checkpoints in the Valley and the most of the troubled northwestern region.

The Taliban have repeatedly hinted that they would take their war to the capital Islamabad and other major cities. "The day is not far when Islamabad will be in the hands of the mujahideen," a Taliban Commander said on Wednesday.

In late February, local authorities in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province (NWFP) agreed to recognize Taliban's rule in Swat Valley as military surrendered to the insurgents in the volatile area.

The Taliban has long campaigned to impose Wahhabi style laws, which include beheading and storming female educational centers.

The insurgents have also formed forces in the region to punish people who violate their decrees.

The US along with Saudi Arabia encouraged the formation of militant groups in the troubled region in the 1980s to counter the then Soviet Union influence in Afghanistan. Al-Qaeda and Taliban insurgents carry the legacy of such groups.

Pakistan suffers from the wave of violence seven and a half years after US-led forces invaded neighboring Afghanistan in 2001 allegedly to oust the Taliban, to destroy al-Qaeda, to capture Osama bin Laden and bring security to the volatile region.

Despite the presence of more than 70,000 US-led foreign troops in Afghanistan, insurgency has escalated in the war-torn country and spilled over into neighboring Pakistan as well.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=91403...ionid=351020401

Marg bar Israel, marg bar Aaaaaamrikhe...wa wa wa wa wa mag bar wa wa . . .

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Veteran Member

They want to spread their barbaric tribal pathan culture. Its Shariat-e-Umari and martial law of the vampiric wahabi mullah. And its only their dream to spread it across Pakistan. They'll get nothing but more mass death of innocents and eventually a hurly nuke or two in the heart of their terrorist breeding lands and who knows where else too if they persist with it. Terribly sad and a hasty way of getting things done, but even their 9 year olds take part in the barbaric executions and shoot prisoners or slaughter their necks off while they're kept tied for them. So I think that'll wash away any guilt or mercy for them in the hearts of their victims. Perhaps much like Khizr (as) killed that child who would grow up to prolly become a fake Taliban thug. *shrugs*

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Veteran Member

Let me guess, probably the uncoverable hizb ut-tahrir brothers from al-shira and their supporting sunni-posing-as-shia and of course the unite-through-submission-to-sunnism drum beaters? :P Can't be me, or you must have misunderstood. :P I'm almost sure that a couple of those are yours since they prolly work for your illuminati governments discotek so its also your fault and i blame you eqaully!~ :D

But to be honest, its just what they wish. If tomorrow Bangladesh expressed its wish to conquer Russia do you think the Russians would wet their pants out of fear and just by learning about their intention and without a comparison of facts?!

Pakistan can never run out of leaders and politicians - thats one commodity that can simply never be out of stock here. If they kill every politician, a 100 new ones who are a 100 times more vicious and clever will pop to take the place of each one murdered. If they take out the parliament and presidential buildings in Islamabad they would only be doing the country a great favor. Zardari could have grealy damaged the country at the time when Benazir got assassinated. He could have created a hysteria in Sindh which could have lead that province to disunite with the rest and chaos would ensue. Now that he has not done that, its also a good time to get rid of him. But with him and the politicians gone, it'll only mean another martial law, even if temporary, and during such times, all the armed mullah dogs simply know to tuck tails between their legs and hide in their holes because only in democracy (and because they have to show the democracy) they know they'll be listened to by politicians, political agens, journalists and even the president and prime minister and will be discussed. Otherwise they just get shot and bombed. They know that well. So don't worry.

Do you know why Pakistan is hurting so much and doesn't seem to be pulling through comfortably? Its because the Wahabi seed was properly sowed, fertilized and watered here during the 80s by General Zia-ul-Hagg, the then dictator and lackey of Saudia. It spread like a wild parasitical growth. All the madrassa schools belonging to this "school of thought" are pumping fresh blood and throwing out meat for the grinder to help Taliban maintain the numbers of their zerg army. Politcians get severe dysentry just by thinking of taking solid measures so most probably they can't do it with their wait-and-see policy or by hoping that the Taliban will run out of soldiers. Equally bad thing is that the new pres Obama is not prodding these clowns enough. Perhaps there is also a dramatic shift in NATO policy since there was also talk of UK and NATO making secret peace deal with the Taliban through Saudi minister Bandar. Thats the problem this process is facing right now imo.

Edited by Ibrahim Nakhaee
Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You are posting as a guest. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...