Retired Pakistan Army Chief Gen. Raheel Sahrif, 60, has refused to command the Saudi-led 39-Muslim nation-states army alliance unless it is joined by the Iranian army, according to country’s most senior military analyst, Lt. Gen. (ret) Amjad Shoaib who had commanded army units in 1965 and 1971 wars against India, has told country’s media last week.
According to Amjad Shoaib, Gen. Raheel Sharif agreed to accept the challenge on three conditions; he will not work under anyone’s command, the military alliance must include Islamic Republic of Iran in order that it doesn’t look sectarian (Sunni only), and he must have the mandate to act as an arbitrator if there is a need to promote harmony among Muslim countries.
Anti-Israel Shi’ite-ruled Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen and Syria are not part of this Saudi-led military alliance.
Washington had treated Gen. Raheel Sharif as a King in the past. When visited United States in November 2015, he was invited to the White House – an honor no other foreign army chief including Israel has received. He was also invited to the Capitol Hill to address two Congressional Committees including intelligence and armed services.
Raheel Sharif became the first Muslim General to address (listen below) the World Economic Forum (WEF) on January 17, 2017 based on his experience fighting terrorism in the country – funded by CIA, MI6, Mossad, RAW, and
Riyadh proposed to Islamabad that it would like Gen. Sharif to head the alliance in November 2016, a few weeks ahead of his retirement as commander-in-chief of Pakistan Army. Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif told Saudi government that it would be honor for Pakistan.
On January 8, 2017, British newspaper Guardian reported that Gen. Raheel Sharif had agreed to become the first commander of the Muslim NATO, fledgling military alliance of mostly Sunni Islamic states led by Saudi Arabia.
The so-called Islamic Military Alliance to Fight Terrorism (IMAFT) was founded by Saudi defense minister prince Muhammad bib Salman al-Saud on December 15, 2015. Its headquarters are in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The coalition consists of 39 Western client Muslim states. Its main agenda is to further destabilize Muslim world behind the smoke screen of War on Terror, a Zionist scam for Israel.
The Zionist Jewish ‘Security Think Tanks’ such as CFR, RAND, Global Security, Al-Monitor, Brookings Institute, etc. have declared IMAFT being kosher. For example, on January 22, 2017, Bruce O. Riedel, a senior fellow at the Jewish Brookings Institute, wrote at al-Monitor that the US and Saudi Arabia are the most suitable couple to fight Islamic terrorism which is threatening American allies in the Middle East.