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    Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

    Good to see the ANP finally standing up for Pakistan against Afghianistan.

    Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

    Afghan interference in North and South Waziristan is to blame for the deteriorating law and order situation in the tribal region, Asfandyar Wali, parliamentary leader of the Awami National Party, said in a debate on the Balochistan and Waziristan issues in the Senate on Monday. Supporters of Gulbadin Hekmatyar have been moving around freely in Bajaur Agency for the last year and a half, Wali said. “The spill-over from North Waziristan is visible in Tank and Dera Ismail Khan districts of the NWFP,” he added. He said the government should hold talks with Waziri tribesmen and Baloch nationalist leaders to resolve the problems. If Gen Musharraf is ready to talk to the Indian prime minister, why is he reluctant to talk to his fellow countrymen in Balochistan and North Waziristan, he asked. Interior Minister Aftab Sherpao said the government believes in resolving issues through political dialogue, but will not hold talks with terrorists and “miscreants”. Winding up the two-day debate, Sherpao said the government was open to negotiations with “those who believe in development and peace and progress of the country”.


    http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default...1-3-2006_pg1_2

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    Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

    By Afghan interference, ANP probably means certain Jehadi leaders that were in "mysterious" hiding in Waziristan after ouster from Afghanistan in 2001. Note he is saying Gulbuddin is freely wandering in Bajuar.

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      #3
      Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

      Gulbadin Hekmatyar is an Afghan Pashtun leader.

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        Problem is, that if you give in to terrorists and actually negotiate with them, you run the risk of legitmizing their activites and giving the immpression of weakness that can be exploited at any times....

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          #5
          Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

          For nearly 30 years Afghans have been fighting Afghans, and Pashtun killing Pashtun in Afghanistan. We don't want that in Pakistan.

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            #6
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            I agree wih last, this has got to do more with that traitor gulbuddin. The faster he is gone the better.
            [SIZE=2]pasa nagyaleya! nun dilbar o janana ogatah
            num da Pukhtan waghatah namos da Afghan waghtah-
            tol jahan hairan krah akhpal zan pa tamasha
            ay da Ahmad zuweya o bacheya da Shairshah!

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              #7
              Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

              Doesn't gulbadin live in Iran?

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                #8
                Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

                Originally posted by Silly Billy
                For nearly 30 years Afghans have been fighting Afghans, and Pashtun killing Pashtun in Afghanistan. We don't want that in Pakistan.
                Yes, the proxy war then and now imposed!

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                  #9
                  Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

                  Originally posted by DASBZ_05
                  I agree wih last, this has got to do more with that traitor gulbuddin. The faster he is gone the better.
                  Afghanistan seems littered with a lot of Pashtun traitors.

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                    #10
                    Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

                    Originally posted by LastOfTheDinosaurs
                    Yes, the proxy war then and now imposed!
                    You're really doing a disservice to Pashtuns by making them look like little children who need hand holding to protect them from themselves. Have some courage and admit your own shortcomings before pointing out other people's problems.
                    Destroy Jihadism, Save Pakistan.
                    “aur Kionkay Pakistan Islam Kay Naam par banaya Tha aur is mein Hamari Marzi Ka Islam Nahi Hay, Is liye Is Ko Islam kay Naam Par Hi Torein Gay”

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                      #11
                      Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

                      I saw an interview with Nasrullah Khan Babar, the former interior minister in the PPP government and a proud Pashtun the other week on ARY, and he was blasting the Afghans demanding that they be expelled from Pakistan!

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                        Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

                        but the same nasrullah babur used to call taliban "MY BABIES"..How quick our so called leaders and politicians change their thinking.

                        Obviously the pakhtuns from pakistan follow different ideologies and parties they are as patriot as other pakistanis i am talking about a common pashtun.But nasrullah babur he can make a terrorist out of anyone everyone knows what mess he made in karachi when he was the interior minister of pakistan.

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                          #13
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                          babar is just as big is a traitor to pashtuns as hekmatyar, so please don't call him a proud pashtun. HOwever, at the smae pakistan is looking after its interests, its time we pashutns smarten up and look out for ours.
                          [SIZE=2]pasa nagyaleya! nun dilbar o janana ogatah
                          num da Pukhtan waghatah namos da Afghan waghtah-
                          tol jahan hairan krah akhpal zan pa tamasha
                          ay da Ahmad zuweya o bacheya da Shairshah!

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                            #14
                            Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

                            Originally posted by Khehkeshan
                            You're really doing a disservice to Pashtuns by making them look like little children who need hand holding to protect them from themselves. Have some courage and admit your own shortcomings before pointing out other people's problems.
                            Mr./Miss Kahkashan, by the way, why was Kashmir on fire for almost 15 years, at war internally and with Indian army, and why did the anarchy gradually die down after 9/11, 2001?

                            The point is, the Afghan War, from 1978 to 1988, had thoroughly destroyed the social and political structures in Afghanistan, including the Afghan state (and institutions like army, police, etc.). This devastation was of such a gigantic magnitude that the internal systems/techniques (e.g. jirga etc.) of coflict-resolution and restoration of (social, political, and adminstrative) order had been completely made ineffective.

                            All this together with economic collapse had fragmented the whole Afghan society to an unprecedented scale.

                            When existing social and political orders of a society are broken, and when there arises a threat to life, people cling around smaller social units like immediate family and follow leaders (usually war lords and warriors) that can protect them in the situation of disorder, crisis, and anarchy. Usually, such war lords are hired by foreign powers for different motives.

                            Under normal circumstances and in isolation, no society would engage into internal conflict endlessely because human and natural resources will at one point be exhausted threatening the existence of entire society but if supplies from the sorounding area continue, conflict would linger on indefinitely.

                            In short, social, political, and administrative systems together with economy and clan/tribal cohesion and internal systems of conflict-resolution, had completely been destroyed in Afghanistan taking away the ability/capacity of Afghan Society to re-organize itself and restore internal order and respond to external interference (whereas the neighbouring societies were formidably strong and bent on exploitig the situation for their own advantage.)

                            (The same situation also exists in Iraq today).

                            But you wouldn't accept this point because you have been brought up on that great book of wisdom called "Pak Study" or "Mutalia Pakistan". No Pakistani (including myself) considers himself less than that great Chinese sage, Confucious and considers others kids.
                            Last edited by LastOfTheDinosaurs; Mar 21, 2006, 02:04 PM.

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                              #15
                              Re: Afghan interference to blame for Waziristan violence: ANP

                              two decades of ruin and damnation after afghans fighting their war for strategic depth, and after an oppressive religious government was erected, run, and dismantled at will to ensure conformity, pakistanis accuse afghans of interfering in their internal matters.

                              the mind boggles.
                              Simple ain't easy.

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