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    The Mujahideen will be the cause of Pakistan's disintegration.

    The Mujahideen will be the cause of Pakistan's disintegration'

    The booms of the Bofors and the rat-tat-tat of automatic
    firing have finally stopped. 'Withdrawal Completed' scream
    the media headlines. All is silent in the Kargil sector -- only the serene
    majestic snow-clad mountains stand in mute testimony to the past ravages and
    aggressions and wait patiently for the next round when once again the pure
    white snow will be savaged by blood, mutilated bodies, cordite and screams of
    agony from soldiers falling to their deaths on both sides.

    Pakistan has been given a bloody nose and sent packing. Of that there is no
    doubt. The raw courage and bravery of our officers and jawans has once
    again proved the fighting mettle of our armed forces. The nation has realised
    with awe and pride, that the only bastion of 'Honour' and 'Service before self',
    even in today's corrupt environment, has stood the test and emerged
    unblemished. As India celebrates a great victory, let us see how long (or how
    quickly) will the martyrs be remembered (or forgotten).

    Pakistan today is in a very unenviable position. Militarily defeated,
    diplomatically isolated and a very worried Prime Minister Nawaz Sharief
    unable to answer his nation or pacify the Mujahideen outfits. Sharief did not
    avert a war, as he claimed in his TV broadcast to his nation on July 12, 1999;
    rather, he gave his nod of approval and watched helplessly as his army and
    the Mujahideen came to grief.

    By attempting to hoodwink and deceive his countrymen over how and why
    the war in Kargil was started, the reasons that compelled him to comply with
    President Clinton's demand to withdraw, and the pathetic performance of the
    Pakistan army in Kargil, reminds one of the same vulnerable position Field
    Marshal Ayub Khan got himself into in 1965. The field marshal also told a
    number of lies about Pakistan's aggression in 1965 and then had to face reality
    -- and the resultant wrath of the people, stemming from their ego and pride.
    The field marshal was overthrown -- the rest is history. What fate awaits
    Nawaz Sharief -- time will soon tell!

    No Solution

    Pakistan has been humiliated. Nearly 300 Indian officers and jawans have lost
    their lives in the Kargil war -- unofficial figures maybe much higher. In the
    present 'high' state of euphoria, the nation seems to have forgotten that over
    5000 soldiers have been killed over the past decade, fighting Pakistan
    sponsored insurgencies. The recent desperate attacks on BSF locations in and
    around Srinagar, may well be a warning of further escalation. Kargil was no
    solution.

    Pakistani Casteism

    Unfortunately like India's incurable gangrenous sore of casteism, Pakistan
    also has her provincial castes. The Punjabis in Pakistan, referred to as PMs
    (Punjabi Muslims) by the British, have always dominated the center of all
    power -- the armed forces. The Sindhis, Pathans and Baluchis (of the NWFP)
    have been totally sidelined. The Mohajirs and the Kashmiris are looked down
    upon and have no say. The Shias and the Ahmadias are shunned for their
    religious interpretation of Islam and live in constant fear of their lives. One
    theory is that the Kargil sector was selected by Pakistan as it needed to be
    cleansed of its Shia community (every Muslim home in Kargil town is adorned
    with a large portrait of Ayatollah Khomeini). Pakistan wants J&K to be
    divided into a Hindu Jammu & Udhampur, Muslim (Sunni) Srinagar valley
    including Kargil and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and a Buddhist Ladakh. Our
    Pakistani friends have learnt that the British Doctrine of divide and rule can
    be very effective!

    The Taliban -- Bin Laden Nexus

    The war in Kargil has shown that the Taliban-Bin Laden combine is an
    adversary not only to India but the international community as well. This is
    one of the reasons for the international community to rally around India's
    stand. India particularly needs to understand the Taliban-Bin Laden nexus for
    its own security. For the time being Bin Laden's supported Mujahideen will
    continue to try wreck havoc in the Valley.

    Pakistan was at pains to show the world and highlight the victory of the
    Taliban in Afghanistan, after the Russians withdrew from Afghanistan. This
    was her greatest mistake. As the ravaging Islamic fundamentalists, the
    Mujahideen returned to Pakistan, the Pakistani government did not know what
    to do with them. At present they have been diverted to the Kashmir Valley
    (and Kargil). Even today they cannot be 'controlled', as admitted by Nawaz
    Sharief and the Chief of the Pakistan Army General Parvez Musharraf.
    History stands witness that countries which unleash terrorism or insurgency
    on their neighbours ultimately fall prey to the scourge themselves. The
    Mujahideen will want their pound of flesh. Having taken a beating in Kargil,
    they will return to Pakistan and turn the guns given to them on their own
    benefactors (Pakistan). Mujahideen outfits and training camps have
    mushroomed all over Pakistan.

    After the Pakistani withdrawal from Kargil, most groups claim with great
    bravado that Nawaz Sharief does not control them. He is being scorned by
    the very people he has raised and nurtured. Fundamentalism preaches hatred.
    It is fundamentalism, and not Islam that motivates the fanatical Mujahideen to
    commit murder, and to die as in Kargil, in some unknown foreign land.
    Ultimately the Mujahideen will be the cause of Pakistan's disintegration.

    #2
    Sarwar,

    Pakistan is a nation of righteous muslims, not a nation of slithering worm Munafiqs.

    Write us off at your peril munafiqs; we are a small nation but we punch above our weight

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