Pakistan came into existence on August 14, 1947 – as the rest of a century-old Muslim struggle to have an independent state where they can live according to Islamic Shari’ah.
The western anti-Muslim powers established an independent state of Israel in Muslim-majority Palestine to get rid off their Jewish population – on May 15, 1948. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was totally against the partitition of Palestine – an assurance he gave to Mufti of Palestine during their meeting in Cairo in 1946.
During Quaid’s (d.1948) and Pakistan’s first prime minister, Liaquat Ali Khan, life the question of Israel’s reconition never surfaced – though Pakistan’s two closet Muslim regimes, Turkey and Iran, have recognized the state of Israel under American and British prssure. It was after the assassination of Liaquat Ali Khan in 1950s – that the hidden Zionist surfaced their heads – starting with Pakistan’s first foreign minister, Sir Zafrallah Khan, his secretary of foreign affairs, MM Ahmad (both belonging to Qadiani group). The others included Sir Feroz Khan Noon, Gen. Zia ul-Haq, Shaukat Aziz (a Qadiani) and Gen. Pervez Musharraf.
According to The Canadian Jewish News (September 1, 2008) – Resignation of Pakistan’s president Pervez Musharraf on August 18, 2008 – “brings end to the great friend of Jewish people, an ally of the West and a relatively moderate leader of a nuclear state with powerful Islamist elements. He also had some ties to Jewish groups”
In 2005 – Gen. Musharraf addressed a Jewish gathering in New York and promised that Pakistan would recognize Israel after Palestinian have their state. During the same visit Musharraf shook hand with the butcher of Sabra and Shatila refugee camps, Israeli prime minister, Ariel sharon, at the UN General assembly. Musharraf also, allegedly, has exchanged letters with the Zionist terrorist, Israeli president Shimon Peres.
Jack Rosen, Chairman of American Jewish Congress (AJC), who travelled to Pakistan and had face-to-face dialogues on Pakistan’s recognition of Israel, told Jewish Telegraph Agency (JTA) – “I am confident that the new government in Pakistan would not sever country’s dialogues with the Jews (pro-Israel). I know everyone wants to talk about Musharraf the individual, who was at the centre of the stage for a few years, and everyone wants to know what happens next. Our reason for initiating the contact, and his reason (having powerful Jewish Lobby on his side), doesn’t change with the new administration.”
Musharraf’s rule saw the first high-level contacts between Tel Aviv and Islamabad. Both countries foreign ministers met in Istanbul in 2005 and after Zionist-regime’s withdrawal from Gazzah in September 2005 – Musharraf stated that “it was time for Pakistan to engage with Israel.”
Pakistan’s ambassador to UN once even hosted a Kosher lunch for some Jewish leaders at his residence. Malcolm Hoenlien, the executive vice-chairman of Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations – was one of the attendees.
Even if the pro-West Zardari-Sharif secularist regime endure in Islamabad – it is not sure whether they, or the next western puppet leader would be able to control the anti-Israel feelings among Pakistani public.
“Pakistan could choose someone with Islamist orientation. I am very worried about it,” – Malcolm Hoenlein told JTA.