America’s drone war on Pakistan

Since 2004, Washington has murdered thousands of Pakistan civilians along Pakistan-Afghanistan border using unmaned drone attacks as part of its so-called “war on terror”. Watch a video below.

Lately, Washington has used drone attacks to sabotage any future peace in Pakistani tribal area. On November 1, an American drone killed the anti-Islamabad Taliban (Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan) leader Hakimullah Mehsud along with 25 other people. Pakistan’s Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan summoned US ambassador in Islamabad over the incident.

“Brick by brick in the last seven weeks we tried to evolve a process by which we could bring peace to Pakistan and what have you (the US) done? You have scuttled it on the eve, 18 hours before a formal delegation of respected ulema was to fly to Miranshah and hand over this formal invitation,” Ali Khan told the ambassador.

Opposition leader Imran Khan, whose party controls the government in northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, threatened to block trucks carrying supplies to NATO troops in Afghanistan over the strike. He said he would push the provincial assembly to adopt a resolution to block the supplies and would do the same nationally.

Author and analyst Ahmed Rashid said US drone/missile strikes follows a pattern by the US authorities.
In a way the Americans have had this habit of stopping any kind of dialogue between either the Pakistani army or the Pakistani government, with the Pakistani Taliban by using drones to knock out some important figure. And that is exactly what they have done this time,” he said.

It seems, Mehsoud, a CIA collaborator, was targetted because in a recent interview, he said that he was willing to hold peace talks with Nawaz Sharif government. In 2010, Gordon Duff, senior editor Veteran Today, during an interview had claimed that the so-called “Pakistani Taliban (TTP)” is in close cooperation with, supplied, financed, armed and trained by Israel and India to attack Pakistan. His claim was based on his visit to Pakistan where he met senior military and intelligence officials.

It seems,  John Brennan, the Israel-Firster head of the CIA, is deliberately attempting to forestall Pakistan-TTP peace talks and is determined to prevent Nawaz Sharif and Obama from cementing a strong relationship.

Pakistan has been a target of US-Israeli ‘War on Islam’ since the creation of the Zionist entity in 1948. The CIA, Mossad and RAW have intensified their covert operations since Pakistan became the first Muslim nuclear power in the 1980s. The trio want to break-up Pakistan into small weaker states, which would make it easier to neutralize its nuclear deterrent.

Former Pakistani dictator Gen. Pervez Musharraf recently admitted that his government allowed the CIA to use a limited drone operations over Pakistan territory. American investigating journalist and author Webster Tarpley in an interview with Press TV in April 2013, claimed that America’s main agenda is break-up of Pakistan.

“CIA continues to conduct increasingly expansive covert operations in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan. Obama seems to favour the surgical strikes from the CIA’s Predator drones rather than a more visible US footprint such as special operations units,” posted Berkshire Miller last year.

In 1970, both CIA and Israeli Mossad helped India in the creation of Bangladesh out of former Eastern part of Pakistan. Israel and India share a common geostrategic interest in the destabilization of the nuclear-armed Muslim nation. As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has stated, “Our ties with India don’t have any limitation…”

Read more related posts here and here.


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