Pakistani Blackmail - Arab Times

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    “MAY God bless difficulties that made me differentiate my friends from enemies.” This part of a poem is applicable to some countries whose leaders released statements to express their true position shortly after the ‘Operation Decisive Storm’ began. They thought they could use this sensitive period in the history of the Arabian Gulf as an investment.

    These countries imagined that the issue will be limited to issuing statements and nothing else, but they failed in the examination. This is exactly the situation of Pakistan whose government opted to join the Arab-Islamic coalition without any official request from the coalition.

    When GCC countries decided to face the challenge of Iran in Yemen, they were aware that the responsibility to secure the region rests on them alone and this is the reason why they did not wait for anybody to take the lead before they attacked.

    Through parliamentary voting, Pakistan took a position to remain neutral in what they call as “Confrontation in Yemen”. This action has exposed the mask of blackmail under the slogan of protecting Islamic sanctuaries and unity of fate between Islamabad and Riyadh. The slogan has become a tool for political blackmail under the illusion that it could be used to revive the distressed economy.

    Meanwhile, the GCC countries are aware right from the start that assistance offered to the country is meant to extinguish the fire of extremism which is widespread in the region and to assist Islamabad in overcoming poverty. This is because poverty is the main reason for some countries’ inability to control activities of terrorists, which threaten security of the Arabian Gulf and Islamic nations.

    Reviewing the military history is necessary for Pakistan to abandon its illusion of being a superpower in the Islamic world. It was defeated in all wars, starting from the war against India that led to the birth of Bangladesh in 1970 until the war against Taleban whose terrorist activities Pakistan could not curtail. We possibly can understand why it bows for Iran due to fear of another defeat in its border with the Mullah regime, which is experienced in incubating extremist groups.

    Undoubtedly, the Pakistani leadership made a mistake of betting on Iran and getting scared of Iran, because it will sooner or later discover that Iran boasting of ammunition and missile capabilities, as well as the nuclear program, is just playing games. This is more noticeable in the fact that Iran is a paper tiger in the hour of truth as regards to full discovery of its nuclear program, which the international community will surely follow to discover the ballistic missiles program.

    Pakistan, like other countries, will realize that the nuclear program is only a false propaganda — similar to that of Saddam Hussein 12 years after he was pulled out of Kuwait. His armies were defeated within a short period and the US tanks entered Baghdad a few days after the Liberation War started in Iraq.

    GCC countries do not need Pakistan but the latter needs these countries in various ways. They are capable of securing their territories by forming alliances with other Arab nations like Jordan and Egypt, while the international allies support them politically and militarily. This is the reason why Iran ran helter-skelter across the world to stop the Determination Storm as a measure to protect its children in Yemen, which it bred like Hassan Nasrallah and his gangs that were trained for crisis and terrorism in Lebanon. It believes that ensuring Houthis to remain in Yemen could be a source of threat to the region, but it will be disappointed the same way it was in other cases.

    Lest we forget that Islamabad should be wary of the Iranian plans, especially the efforts of Iran to scare the world with its military capabilities. The so-called strength has been exposed at the Bahraini doorstep, while it could not touch the Eastern part of Saudi Arabia and it is unable to maintain stability in Yemen.

    By Ahmed Al-Jarallah


    Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times
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    why dont pakis the paki army invade GCC - at least saudi arabia. the pakis are the most powerful military warriors in the sunni world. why they need to listen to people that dont value their power. why they need to eat grass to protect the sunni world. why pakis cannot be the king of the castle. instead of going to yemen the pakis ought to place half their army in saudi arabia and not move a inch and decide in paki parliament what they ought to do only. the gcc states ought to be satellite states of pakistan land of the pure. where is musharraf when you need him.
     
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    This idea has already occurred to some "brilliant" pakis some of whom say they can take over GCC resources. They are also imagining themselves to be in a bargaining position so sky is the limit. Right now Saudi Arabia's religious minister has arrived in Pak to meet Nawaz Sharif.

     
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    Pakistan has probably sent its troops but they don't want to tell that to the world . There is a very high possibility that Pakistani troops are already present in Saudi Arabia near Yemeni border but in Saudi uniform . They just don't want to piss off Iran by helping the GCC overtly , they are helping them covertly . A lot of Pakistani ex military serve in Arab countries while wearing the respective Arab country's military uniform.
    Hell I won't be surprised if some of those F-15s Saudis are using to bomb are piloted by Pakistanis .
     
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    Yes they are already there because Saudi has a security pact with pakistan.


    Troops already in Saudi Arabia, says minister - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

     
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    religious minister what !! is that correct.

    normally one would send someone to convince but religious minister (unless he is meeting the army chief) ... it is making this even more surreal and obvious. the pakis are being pakis. debating in parliament showing colour and agreement and also democratic principles is laughable. pakis being covert and master of deceitfulness and double meanings :)hail:). are they taking the piss out of iran and the world. it wont be funny anymore if pakis cannot protect the integrity of saudi arabia (mecca) like they are announcing like clueless. iraq had many years of no fly zone and look at it now. and yemen is right next to saudi arabia. pakis if they had any brains would have made a statement in parliament that this ought to be referred to united nations and they ought to take control.

    ** nawaz and pakistan and yemen when gcc asked is not at all the same like atal behari vajpayee and india and iraq when america asked. where is musharraf when you need him
     
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    Saudis finance half of Pakistan's defence budget they cannot ignore Saudis . The need Saudi money to keep up with Indian defence procurement , they just don't want to tell the Shias but want to help the Saudis . Pakistani ex service men numbering in thousands work in Arab countries , you can guess what kind of work they do they are just wearing the Saudi uniform and doing their dirty work.
    Remember what Zia did to black September in jordan in 1970 killing 20000 Palestinians , Pakistanis love Arabs.
     
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    I would feel that USA has anticapted this before. I like to give USA credit sometimes and i feel they are smart and we need to give them kudos they know what they are doing in the middle east and with gcc. also we need to appreciate the USA is getting other to do what they want :namaste:

    The Shockingly Easy Way to Get People to do What You Want

    If Iran is saying that they wont go nuclear and the pakis are saying that they will protect saudi arabia (openly and in a parliament resolution). The pakis are nuclearising the middle east which ... the less they say the better
     
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    Pakis smell profit here and that's why they are keeping the boat rocking. Yeah right the religious minister is visiting. Sharif has been a state guest in KSA for a long time when he was banished by musharraf. I really don't think they can refuse the saudis anything.... let's wait n watch.
     
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    Didn't read the link, too long.

    At present US is part of a system that works massively in it's favour. They know which palms to grease and which cheeks to kiss. Status quo is the name of the game in the middle east. Remember Arab spring when the champions of democracy and human rights helped only two nation's citizen to rise against the tyranny. You guessed it, it was the pro Russian, anti Israel Syria and Libya. When they repeatedly preached to the world that Assad and Gaddafi are a far bigger danger to "humanity" than let's say the mass murderer al-Maliki or the man who pushed Egypt back by decades, Mubarak.

    Common American's understanding of the region is also a boon for the the US establishment.



    Therefore my friend, USN will always be there to greet the future invaders be it Iran or Pakistan or any other.
     
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