Baitullah Mahsud – The end of a Zionist collaborator

Yesterday, the Zionist top media outlets, CNN, BBC, and FoxNews, etc. gloated that Pakistan’s most wanted Taliban leader, Baitullah Mahsud, has been killed by a US missile. It suppose know that could be used an excuse to prove that Baitullah Mahsud was not a CIA, MOSSAD and RAW asset, as claimed by Mahsud’s former close aid, Haji Turkistan Betani on Pakistan TV Geo News. Haji also claimed that Baitullah Mahsud got Benazir Bhutto assassinated for his American, Israeli and Indian masters.

Qari Zainuddin, an Afghan Taliban commander, rejected Baitullah Mahsud as a Mujahid based on later’s un-Islamic activities and said in the interview that Afghan Taliban has nothing to do with Baitullah Mahsud and his followers. Qari also claimed that Baitullah Mahsud had close contacts with Israeli and Indian officiuals – and that he was  misguiding Muslim youth to target Pakistani civilians and mosques as part of his fight against Pakistan government.

The pictures of some terrorists killed by Pakistan Army in Swat prove that they were non-Muslim terrorists hired by the US, Britain and India to distablize and eventually break-up Pakistan – the only Muslim nation with nuclear weapons. The bodies of these terrorist show that they’re uncircumcised. Their facial features prove that they could be Nepalese Gurkhas from Indian or British Armed forces – or Uzbek members of pro-US Northern Alliance Mafia trained and armed by the US and Israel.

After Pakistan Army confirmed that the arms it captured from terrorists in Swat and FATA – are American made – Washington was quick to cover its dirty game against anti-Israel Pakistanis – by saying that some of its arms given to Karzai puppet government in Kabul have reached in the hands of “Pakistani Taliban” fighing Islamabad. How convenient, eh!

Washington has a long history of getting rid of its foreign collaborators, once they served American interests – Ferdinand Marcos (Philippines), King Reza Shah (Iran), Saddam Hussein (Iraq), Ahmad Chalabi (occupied Iraq), Manuel Noriega (Panama), Gen. Pervez Musharraf (Pakistan), Anwar Sadaat (Egypt), Yasser Arafat (occupied Palestine), Afghan Mujahideen, Taliban (Afghanistan), Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan), Gen. Zia ul-Haq (Pakistan), Zulifqar Ali Bhutto (Pakistan) – to name a few.

The words of wisdom from Pakistan’s first military dictator, Field Marshal Ayub Khan: “The United States is unable to give assistance to people in the developing countries on the basis of mutual respect. Americans don’t know how to be friends and not masters”.

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