BREAKING! Nawaz asked Osama Bin Laden for funds for Kashmir 'Jihad'

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Shocked? That's an understatement! So Nawaz's skulduggery is finally out in the open. The whistle blower is none other than Imran Khan, Chairman PTI. The news was flashing on NewsX at 2000h today.

I am therefore sure that Nawaz had green-signaled the Kargil fiasco too. He was briefed, according to the then boss of the ISI, but Nawaz and his ilk vehemently deny this.

Nawaz and the Paki Army are now fully exposed on abetting jihad in Kashmir. Those who think that Nawaz wants peace with India are barking up the wrong tree. These Porkis are all in it together.
 

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excerpts from a book ‘Khalid Khawaja: Shaheed-e-Aman’ by Shamama Khalid, wife of a former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy Khalid Khawaja

Ab dekhna yeh hain ki paki kiske muh par thookte hain.

Either their PM took money from OBL or the wife of a "Shahid" ISI officer is lying through her teeth.

 

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'Imran Khan's party to sue Nawaz Sharif for taking money from Osama bin Laden'
PTI | Updated: May 9, 2017, 08.06 PM IST
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  • Imran Khan's party said it would sue Nawaz Sharif for allegedly taking money from Osama bin Laden.
  • According to a report, Sharif took Rs 1.5 billion from Osama to promote jihad in Kashmir and Afghanistan.

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's opposition leader Imran Khan's party has said it would sue Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for allegedly taking money from Osama bin Laden to promote jihad in Kashmir.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Khan has been demanding resignation from Sharif for alleged corruption.

PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry said on Monday that he would file a petition in the Supreme Court seeking admission of a case against Sharif for "taking funds from a foreign individual to destabilise and conspire against democracy in Pakistan", the Express Tribune reported.

The PTI does not possess substantial evidence to fortify its case except for some interviews and excerpts from a book 'Khalid Khawaja: Shaheed-e-Aman' by Shamama Khalid, wife of a former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy Khalid Khawaja, who was brutally murdered in 2010 by Pakistani Taliban.

"Relying on the revelations made in certain interviews and a book, PTI intends to open up a shady chapter in the country's political history from late 1980s in an apparent bid to further malign Sharif," the report said.

The interviews and the book claim that Sharif took money, amounting to Rs 1.5 billion from former al-Qaida chief Laden to promote jihad in Kashmir and Afghanistan, the report said.

They also claim that later, an amount of Rs 270 million from this money was utilised to support a no-confidence move against Bhutto in 1989, the report said.

However in 2013, PTI leader Masood Sharif Khan Khattak - who is a former director general of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) - had submitted a statement before the Supreme Court in a case related to misappropriation of the IB funds in 1989.

In his nine-page statement, Khattak had claimed that the moving force behind the vote of no-confidence against Bhutto in 1989 was not political and named former president Ghulam Ishaq Khan and former army chief Mirza Aslam Baig, claiming that they wanted to keep Bhutto out of power, the report said.

Chaudhry, meanwhile said, "In the past, Sharif remained an active part of several conspiracies against the elected governments".

Last week, the PTI announced to open up another legal front against Sharif, saying it would file a petition demanding implementation on a 2012 verdict of the apex court in the Asghar Khan case which determined that Sharif and other politicians had received money from an intelligence agency prior to the 1990 general election to form an alliance against the Pakistan Peoples Party.




http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...a-bin-laden/articleshow/58594813.cms?from=mdr
 

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You guys forget that for the ISI the Afghan jihad was the blue print for launching operations in jammu and kashmir
But as Najibullah Ahmadzai once said if you brake my country remember your shall as well
 

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relax guys, this guy is a moron. he wants power at any cost and is losing his mental balance. everytime he goes to court and half baked information. I know most DFI members will go halla bulla on it. but it does not seem to be a mature case. I think their court will throw this case out.
 
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According to some hostages of ic814, the pakis who hijacked the flight were talking about how wonderful Osama was. This was long before 9/11. One of the hijacker was the brother of Masood Azhar who has been associated with jihadi group in kashmir. This was the reason they landed the plane in afghanistan. It's no secret that Paki establishment, ISI, Kashmiri Jihadis, Al-Qaeda have links with one another.
 

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relax guys, this guy is a moron. he wants power at any cost and is losing his mental balance. everytime he goes to court and half baked information. I know most DFI members will go halla bulla on it. but it does not seem to be a mature case. I think their court will throw this case out.
That does not mean that he is lying
 

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That does not mean that he is lying
there is no such thing as lying in politics. its all optics, if you think your vote bank can be influenced with unsubstantiated claims, hey why not go for it. same thing happens in india also. political parties throw mud at each other to excite their vote bank, but eventually hardly anybody gets caught and sent to jail, as these thing are extremely difficult to prove in courts. its all allegations and counter allegation, so have fun in the mean time.
 

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I heard Najam Sethi explaining that Nawaj Sharif used to be Jihadi type of personality in 90s but that has changed now to a certain degree and he obviously wants civillian rule rather than military. I don't think he can directly or even indirectly make opposition to core idea of hatred established by non-civilliian establishments to their face.

Even Imran has explained how anti-India he was while growing up before changing his view when he landed to India and got unexpected welcome by India. Imran while seems like a genuine person but obviously an immature person in politics.
 

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Relax guys, Imran khan is like Arvind kejriwal of pakistan.
though there should be no doubt about paki pms approving jihad in kashmir, or ganja shari'fs hand in kargil.
 

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there is no such thing as lying in politics. its all optics, if you think your vote bank can be influenced with unsubstantiated claims, hey why not go for it. same thing happens in india also. political parties throw mud at each other to excite their vote bank, but eventually hardly anybody gets caught and sent to jail, as these thing are extremely difficult to prove in courts. its all allegations and counter allegation, so have fun in the mean time.
IK can be sued for defamation by Nawaz. And that could run into crores. IK would then be up shit creek without a paddle. So would he take the 'panga' of falsely accusing him?
 

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This surely has nothing to do with influencing vote bank, rather it would have opposite effect on jaahil brainwashed Pakistani voters. He is trying to impress international audience. Either addressing master america bahadur or tarnishing international reputation of navaz in general (on someones instructions)

(**that does not mean that he is lying)
 
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IK can be sued for defamation by Nawaz. And that could run into crores. IK would then be up shit creek without a paddle. So would he take the 'panga' of falsely accusing him?
:rofl:its really funny that ppl like you think liberal vermins you are replying to , who are defending nawaz as being ignorant/innocent of jihad are actually being genuine in their opinions. And this is specially true of long time Jihadi sympathisers in this forum . Seriously have you guys learnt nothing from your long stay in this forum? Or is there a pathological need among indians to argue about every damn bull shit there is even if it wastes time and reduces IQ?
 

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:rofl:its really funny that ppl like you think liberal vermins you are replying to , who are defending nawaz as being ignorant/innocent of jihad are actually being genuine in their opinions. And this is specially true of long time Jihadi sympathisers in this forum . Seriously have you guys learnt nothing from your long stay in this forum? Or is there a pathological need among indians to argue about every damn bull shit there is even if it wastes time and reduces IQ?
And you are?

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The way I look at it, this can only be a good thing. Any deep wedge between Porki politicians about Pakistan's existential identity is a good thing.

Achakzai talking about Pashtun identity vs others? Good thing.
MQM talking about Mohajir identity? Good thing.
Sindh talking about getting its fair share of natural resources? Good thing.
Baloch nationaism? Good thing.

Any fracture within Pakistani society based on its foreign policy, internal security, CPEC, etc must be highlighted, deepened and publicised. The greater the internal tension, the easier it is to break Porkistan.
 

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