Afghanistan Sheltering Taliban and Sindhudesh Terrorists, after Bugti

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  1. Agnostic Muslim

    Agnostic Muslim Regular Member

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    Afghan and US complicity in sheltering Brahamdegh Bugit and his fellow terrorists in Afghanistan is well known through wikileaks (in which US officials are named and documented discussing Bugti's presence in Afghanistan with Karzai). Now come a few accounts about Afghanistan sheltering TTP and Sindhudesh terrorists:

    Afghanistan must extradite Fazlullah, Grossman told | The Nation

    “The civil and military leadership made clear to the US that militants, who had fled the country during the Swat military operation and were operating from Afghanistan’s Kunar and Nuristan provinces, should be extradited to Pakistan,” the sources confided to The Nation. The authorities impressed upon Grossman to take the matter seriously, as cross-border attacks, led by former TTP Swat commander Maulvi Fazalullah and his fighters, were destabilising Pakistan.

    Fugitive Sindhudesh chief operating from Kabul - thenews.com.pk

    Wanted for his alleged role in several terrorist activities across Sindh, Shafi Burfat, the fugitive chief of the Jeay Sindh Muttahida Muhaz (JSMM) who is also the moving spirit behind the Sindhudesh Liberation Army (SLA), is now well beyond the reach of the Pakistani agencies, having already fled to Afghanistan and established his control centre in Kabul.

    Well-placed officials in security agencies which are investigating the November 9, 2012 bomb attacks targeting the houses of six PPP leaders in different towns of Sindh, have concluded that the attacks were carried out by the Sindhudesh Liberation Army under instructions from Shafi Burfat, one of the most wanted terrorists, being sought by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Sindh for years. Burfat carries head money of Rs5 million.
     
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  3. The Messiah

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    Good work afghans :clap:
     
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  4. Agnostic Muslim

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    So I take it you were cheering the 9/11 and Mumbai attacks ....
     
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    I'm sure he wasn't, but you guys were certainly cheering the so-called "Jihad" in Kashmir throughout the 1990s, and the Khalistan movement in Punjab in the 1980s, weren't you?

    That is why it gets my goat when Pakistanis speak about such stuff, and accuse Indians of "cheering". What we are doing now is nothing - we just have some military enthusiasts in India who cheer such things. But the entire nation of Pakistan was cheering the death and destruction in India in the name of "Jihad".

    You've got to be crazy if you expect sympathy from us.
     
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    Karma is a bitch !
     
  7. IBSA

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    Pakistan already sheltered a lot of terrorists to act in Afghanistan, as Taliban and Osama bin Laden

    It has arrived the time of Afghanistan to do the same in revenge.

    Afghanistan Zindabad! :afghanistan:
     
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    From where is Dawood Ibrahim operating? And Maulana Masood Azhar (who has Interpol notice against him)?Hafiz Sayeed?
    And where was Bin Laden found?
     
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    Pakis will never learn. Always into some conspiracy theories --
     
  10. Agnostic Muslim

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    Technically it was the Afghans that took the first shot at supporting 'terrorists' in the other nation, with their failed attempt at sparking an insurrection in Bajaur. Afghanistan's refusal to accept the internationally recognized Afghan-Pakistan border is a major reason behind Pakistani attempts to influence Afghan governments/regimes. The fault here lies with Afghanistan.
     
  11. Agnostic Muslim

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    Who was asking for sympathy from you?

    I posted the article to make the point that the Afghans, as in the past, continue to support terrorists attacking Pakistan, claims that were quite frequently dismissed by Indian and Western commentators as reflective of 'Pakistani paranoia and conspiracy theories'.

    The responsibility for Afghan woes lies with Afghanistan's leadership and the irredentist sentiment her leadership and populace have harbored, in refusing to accept the internationally recognized Afghan-Pakistan border.
     
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    May I ask what are your views on the McMahon line?
     
  13. Daredevil

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    Its only fair game for Afghanistan to do what Pakistan has been doing to Afghanistan all along these years. Don't be a cry baby when your neighbour unleashes their dog in response to you unleashing your dog on them. Expect blow-back when you unleash your dogs - either the dogs will be put down in the ground or another one unleashed on you. Don't play victim.
     
  14. Agnostic Muslim

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    Don't have any since I have not really studied the issue.
     
  15. Agnostic Muslim

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    Again, the first stone here was cast by the Afghans with their refusal to accept the internationally recognized Afghan-Pakistan border, and subsequent failed support for terrorists/insurgents in FATA. Pakistani policy has focussed on influencing Afghan regimes as a consequence of a direct threat to Pakistani national security.

    And pointing out US/Afghan State support for terrorists and terrorism is no more being 'cry baby' or 'playing victim' than US, Afghan and Indian whining and crying about alleged Pakistani support for terrorism.
     
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    Issue don't needs any study because its the line recognized by the same Govt. of British India that Recognized the Durand Line. Accept it or Not Pakistan will never come out of its double-thinking syndrome.
     
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    I take it then you are probably not aware of your government's stand and past actions in that context?
     
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    Few in Pakistan 'Establishment' will never allow the Taliban to go into Blackhole that will erode the 'Strategic Depth' that Pakistan has due to One sided unrecognized line of Af-Pak border. You can deny this but it will never bring peace unless Pakistan stops Insurgency in Kashmir via Mujahids.
     
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  19. IBSA

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    Afghanistan refuses to recognize the Durand Line because this border was established by the British imperialism, so it isn't the very border of Afghanistan since it leaves a lot of pashtuns outside of their very country.

    Firstly, culprits are the British, and secondly to Pakistan that didn't accepts to deal its borders since it born.
     
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  20. SADAKHUSH

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    As a matter of fact the "Karma" of 2000 years has come to haunt all the Arab countries and 65 years of "Karma" by Pakistan as well. I am not going to post any of the futuristic vision of my own other than say it is not positive at all for the entire region.
     
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  21. Yusuf

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    I don't think Sindudesh freedom fighters can be called terrorists.
     
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