Thursday, August 9, 2007

Pak Parliamentary Secy calls for Jihad to ‘liberate Kashmir’

For all those who propagated the myth that Kashmiri "Freedom Struggle" was indigeneous,the wolf has broken loose out of the lamb's attire...take a look

Islamabad, Aug 8: Pakistan’s Parliamentary Secretary for Defence Major (retd) Syed Tanveer Hussain has advised the government to recognise the Taliban and open all corridors for militants to wage Jihad for the “liberation of Kashmir.” “India will not give freedom to the Kashmiris through dialogue, so we have to wage a Jihad and our Mujahideen will secure the freedom of Kashmir within six months,” he said while speaking in the National Assembly on Tuesday during a debate on Pakistan’s foreign policy. The stunning speech of the parliamentary secretary got a positive response from the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal, particularly when he praised the Taliban and asked the government to give a shut-up call to the United States over its threats to Pakistan. He also asked the government to counter the recent US ‘Pressler-type bill’ by allowing Jihad. “The aid that forces us to mistreat our own people should be spewed out,” he added. In his hard-hitting and emotional speech, Syed Tanveer Hussain said that Pakistan should also recognise the Taliban, who were the enemies of the United States. “Taliban did not have any enmity with Pakistan but only with the United States,” he added. He alleged that the CIA was killing the Chinese in Pakistan to harm the cordial relations between the two countries. He also asked the government to open all the corridors for the Jihadis to enter Kashmir so that they could wage Jihad against India. “We cannot get Kashmir on negotiations table but through Jihad,” he said, while raising the slogans of “Al-Jihad, Al-Jihad.” He said the government should renounce its ‘love affair’ with America and reject all kinds of aid. “We should improve our relations with Iran, China and Russia as the United States will not give us anything except threats,” he added. The parliamentary secretary said Muslims were being killed throughout the world under a conspiracy but “we have turned a blind eye to the same.” “Our foreign policy must be based on Quran and Sunnah,” he stressed. Tanveer Hussain said that Syed Hasan Nasrullah (the Hizbullah chief) had inflicted a defeat on Israel and Pakistan should take a lesson from him. (The News)

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