Blacklist ISI as a terrorist entity, demands Kabul

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  1. Sam2012

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    NEW DELHI: Should Pakistan's ISI, the country's powerful intelligence agency, be blacklisted? The Afghan national Security Council has strongly recommended that the ISI should be declared a terrorist entity. The strongly-worded official Afghan reaction will affect outside efforts to stitch an agreement between Afghanistan and Pakistan on bringing the Taliban into government.

    On Sunday, Rahmatullah Nabil, Afghanistan's deputy national security adviser, was quoted as saying in an interview, "The interesting question is why is a terrorist blacklisted but the person who issues the Fatwa for them [to act] or who provides havens to them not blacklisted?"

    He added, "Against these people, organizations at a global scale should unite. People of Afghanistan and the government of Afghanistan will continue their voice of peace, but unfortunately there is not much hope from Pakistan's side and therefore we should be more united, more mobilized, and not be deceived by them." This was the most public outburst from the Afghan government after the chief of the Pakistan Ulema Council Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi declared that the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan was "legitimate".

    Nabil was echoed by Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who, on Monday stated that Islamabad had not taken any "practical steps" towards tackling terrorism in Afghanistan coming from Pakistan.

    For those following the minutiae of the reconciliation process, the Afghanistan-Pakistan relationship is not doing as well as it should. It was only a few months ago that the chairman of the High Peace Council, Salahuddin Rabbani took a "peace process roadmap" to Islamabad for support on a reconciliation programme with the Taliban. Western governments have been on an overdrive to get Afghans toe the Pakistani line on a peace process that seeks to accommodate Pakistan's "Taliban" concerns.

    Blacklist ISI as a terrorist entity, demands Kabul - The Times of India
     
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    If there is a chance the whole nation should be declared as terrorism-sponsoring state.
     
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    Late but a good development. Finally the Afghans came clear on ISI. :)
    Lets see how the GoP responds, that is they're free from Karachi bloodshed some day.
     
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    Blacklist ISI as a terrorist entity, demands Kabul

    Bravo Afganistan!! You are daring indeed.

    What is Delhi saying about ISI other than sharing Brochure appreciating their work done against India.

    Apart from the arresting few spies GOI has hardly done anything against ISI. I sometimes feel that ISI has deep roots in GOI.

    This Aman ki asha is ISI brain child.
     
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    I say BLACKLIST the whole of pakistan as a TERRORIST STATE.......:mad:
     
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    It's a cowardly failed terrorist bastard organisation
     
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    ISI and Pakistan means same. :sad:
     
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    At least their leaders have guts
     
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    one would say.

    To smear shit on ones own face takes guts. But does it achieve anything?:p


    On topic- great move by AFG.
     
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    Afghans are talking their heart and mind and India do not have the balls to do this we should be ashamed of this and we should have done this first during the 1990 when Kashmir Insurgence started............. Well done Afghans you live up to ur name
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    Is US afraid to include Pakistan in it even after Osama the #1 wanted was living happily well protected? :hmm:
     
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    US was on the verge of declaring it as a state sponsorer of terrorism but held back for some unknown reasons (perhaps due to its help in Afghan Jihad against Russia).

    This excerpt from Hussai Haqqani (recent Pakistan Ambassador to US) book "Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military"

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/04/23/between-mosque-and-military.html
     
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    What we need to do is to increase the cost to Pakistan for interfering in the affairs of Afganistan by taking war to Pak heartland of Punjab. Once we increase the stakes, PA will have to think thrice before trying what they did after withdrawal of Soviets from Afgan. Also a good thing is that US will maintain a force within Afgan to prevent takeover by Taliban. We must also at the same time start international campaign to dissolve the Durandline as a border between Pakistan and Afganistan.
     
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    It will, post 2014, when Paki NATO supply lines are of no further use... hopefully!

     
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    OK Cuba because it was in soviet camp & it provided vital support during Cuban missile crisis

    Iran because it threw puppet ruler & started to make WMD which US does not like

    Sudan & Syria due to internal insurgency & possibility of developing WMD again against US policy

    But one country called Pakistan took money from US as soft loan in 80's during soviet war in afghan & diverted it to its Atomic program & harbours terrorist who are responsible for 9/11 & 26/11 attack but they are not in list wowwwwwwwwwwww :thumb: what a rule keep ur double stantard up:hail:
     
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    Afghanistan wants ISI to be declared a terror outfit, renews demand for its ban : Asia, News - India Today

     

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