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    Religious group ready to kill US monitoring team

    The Joint Council of religious and Political Prties rejct the deployment of US monitoring team in Pakistan. http://www.dawn.com/2001/08/27/top3.htm


    Jamiat Ulemeah Islam and Jamiat Taliba Islam started recruiting people to hunt the Monitoring team. From the news in Jang, about 4,000 volunteered to kill member of monitoring team on sight.
    http://www.jang-group.com/jang/aug20...opst/main7.gif


    The coming few weeks will be a critical test for government as they have to balance between foreign policies and internal clash with religious groups.

    One US member kill and US will not hestitate to put pakistan on list of countries support terrorisam. The reason for monitoring team is not to monitor Talibans or Osma, in fact it is to monitor the chinese-pakistan transformation technology, like missle technology. If only our narrow minded mullah and politicans could understand this delicate situation. But hey what the hell, they dont care, they think that like afghanistan they doing Jehad againist US. Politicians hate Musaharaf anyway, so they joint hands with these religious groups too.

    A weaker Pakistan with label of terrorisam will only help enemies of pakistan and Islam like India etc. So sad our leaders cannot realise that. They are trying to help afghanistan, where they have their training camps.

    If we dont start to control these elements then those days are not far when Pakistan will become afghanistan and talibans minded people will rule over any democratic government.

    Lets wait and hope that God will save our country.

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    [This message has been edited by Insaaniat (edited August 27, 2001).]

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    Wanna know how many of those 4,000 are educated.....hmmmmm..hmmmm.
    Those MULLAHs apply brain washing.

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    "kaisay na karta usko main pyar, uski haseen main sukh thay hazaar, bichar gayay hum dukh ki hay baat"
    Ain't new ta this....HOMEINVASION('93)

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      #3
      Well these Mullahs are a problem, have been a problem and will always be a problem unless they are dealt with an Iron Fist.

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        #4
        First of all US monitors have no right to be in Pakistan. We are a sovereign state and the present government must take all political parties into confidence before making such decision. Pakistan should only co-operate if the sanctions are fully lifted. Otherwise, they should be dealt with in an appropriate manner and taken out.

        Even if the Government goes ahead with placement, they will not be able to monitor the Durand-Line effectively as there are numerous diversions which bypass normal crossings. It will be impossible to secure every single inch, especially along the Baluchistan border which is adjacent to the Taliban heartland.

        [This message has been edited by Abdullah k (edited August 27, 2001).]

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          #5
          Originally posted by Abdullah k:
          First of all US monitors have no right to be in Pakistan. We are a sovereign state and the present government must take all political parties into confidence before making such decision. Pakistan should only co-operate if the sanctions are fully lifted. Otherwise, they should be dealt with in an appropriate manner and taken out.

          Even if the Government goes ahead with placement, they will not be able to monitor the Durand-Line effectively as there are numerous diversions which bypass normal crossings. It will be impossible to secure every single inch, especially along the Baluchistan border which is adjacent to the Taliban heartland.

          [This message has been edited by Abdullah k (edited August 27, 2001).]

          Bro, brodend your vision and tell me what is more damaging to US, Israel and Indian?? Osama Bin Ladin or Pak-China co-opeation and pakistan's secret military programs, specially long range missle program??

          Killing Osama bin Laden is nothing for countries like US. The have technology money and resources to hunt him down, but they will not. If their satellites can find the resources in earth from sky, why they cant locate Osama?

          The whole idea is to spy on Chona-Pakistan and the what technology is being tranfered from china to Pakistan or any other countries like Iran or other msulim states.

          Saying that, killing the monitors will even more probelms for Pakistan.

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          [This message has been edited by Insaaniat (edited August 27, 2001).]

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            #6
            Originally posted by Insaaniat:

            Bro, brodend your vision and tell me what is more damaging to US, Israel and Indian?? Osama Bin Ladin or Pak-China co-opeation and pakistan's secret military programs, specially long range missle program??

            Killing Osama bin Laden is nothing for countries like US. The have technology money and resources to hunt him down, but they will not. If their satellites can find the resources in earth from sky, why they cant locate Osama?

            The whole idea is to spy on Chona-Pakistan and the what technology is being tranfered from china to Pakistan or any other countries like Iran or other msulim states.

            Saying that, killing the monitors will even more probelms for Pakistan.

            US couldent find Rudolf in their own back yard forget OBL. I agree with Abdullah US monitoring teams have no right in Pak. And second who agreed to these activities.

            US will scream OBL until the cows come home but I doubt the pathans will ever hand him over or they would have 10 years ago.

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              #7
              Abidali i dont think this is fair to say that these activitst are placed right.
              You should be aware of those who are doing their jobs they have families too. They are here coz the US gov. told them. Not for their own fun. So why harm them?!? Tell me?!

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              "kaisay na karta usko main pyar, uski haseen main sukh thay hazaar, bichar gayay hum dukh ki hay baat"
              Ain't new ta this....HOMEINVASION('93)

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                #8
                Originally posted by Abdali:
                US couldent find Rudolf in their own back yard forget OBL. I agree with Abdullah US monitoring teams have no right in Pak. And second who agreed to these activities.

                US will scream OBL until the cows come home but I doubt the pathans will ever hand him over or they would have 10 years ago.
                Well, I wont argue on what they are trying to acheive by monitoring as it will be disclosed after some time as many things did in past. whatever is the objectives, Pakistan has problems either way by saying Yes or No to monitoring.



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                  #9
                  In my opinion, this US monitoring team serves two purposes:

                  1. Monitor Pak-China cooperation ( in all aspects ).
                  2. Sow the seed of hatred amongst Afghanistani against Pakistan by showing them that Pakistan helped US (or other countries/agencies) ot monitor against them.

                  As indicated by others, no one has right to enter Pakistan to monitor other countries activities. Its only us who will give away our land for no good.

                  May be Pervaiz Musharraf's banning on all "jihadi" organizations was first step towards this.
                  I wish this won't actually happen (arrival of US to monitor Afghanistan).

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Ali_R:
                    Abidali i dont think this is fair to say that these activitst are placed right.
                    You should be aware of those who are doing their jobs they have families too. They are here coz the US gov. told them. Not for their own fun. So why harm them?!? Tell me?!


                    Before putting them in harms way and then latter screamming terrorist US should be aware of the history of pathans.

                    Don't tell us we never told you or better ask the Brits or USSR.

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                      #11
                      UN better pack its bags and FO to where muslim childeren are bing killed by terrorist. If US is real interested in monitoring the border they can bring in their troops and see the hospitality of Bachha Khan in Adem Khel agency
                      Chati ka dhoodh yaad aee jai ga. Ask Indias EX pimp USSR......
                      http://www.nation.com.pk/daily/today/main/top14.htm

                      From Our Correspondent
                      MIRALI (North Waziristan Agency) – To resist deployment of the United Nations monitors on Pak-Afghan border, the activists and stalwarts of Jamiatul Ulema-e-Islam and its affiliated Jamiat Tulba Islam have established a traditional Tribal Lashkar in the North Waziristan Agency of the tribal belt.
                      The Lashkar, to be headed by JUI leader Maulana Abdur Rehman, has so far enrolled 4,000 youngsters from all over the agency who will be deployed on the Pak-Afghan border from September first with a view to resisting the stationing of the UN monitors.
                      As per details, the JUI and IJT local stalwarts Monday initiated a drive to raise a traditional tribal lashkar to resist the UN decision. In this respect, a large number of tribesmen including teachers and students of various religious institutions held a meeting.
                      Besides others the meeting was addressed by Maulana Abdur Rehman and Tehrik Taliban Chief Hafiz Gul Bahadar.
                      They warned the United Nations that if its monitors were seen on the Pak-Afghan border, the Lashkar would have no other choice, but to shoot them.
                      They also urged the United Nations to take back its decision in this regard as “We see the presence of the UN monitors on our soil a threat to our national solidarity”.
                      The Lashkar leaders have also established an office to register more volunteers. The leaders said that around 4,000 people, mostly from religious institutions and religious families, have enrolled themselves.
                      It may be mentioned here that Tehrik-e-Taliban is an emerging force in North Waziristan Agency, the area whose people have never compromised their traditional independence.


                      [This message has been edited by Abdali (edited August 27, 2001).]

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