On Monday, Chinese president Xi Jinping opened the 2017 summit meeting of BRICS leaders in China’s Fujian province. It was attended by Brazil’s president Michel Temer, Russian president Vladimir Putin, Chinese president Xi Jinping, South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi.
In a 43-page joint statement the leaders agreed to strengthen co-operation against terror groups which pose threat to BRICS members.
“We condemn terrorism in all its forms and manifestations wherever committed and by whomsoever and stress that there can be no justification whatsoever for any act of terrorism,” said the statement.
“We express concern on the security situation in the region and violence caused by the Taliban, the Islamic State, Al Qaeda and its affiliates, including the Haqqani Network, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan and Hizbut Tahrir,” it added.
India, Israel and the Zionist-controlled United States have declared these groups as threat to their national security (?) but they certainly poses no threat to China, Russia, Brazil or South Africa.
China is the only country within BRICS which carries influence in Islamabad while New Delhi is controlled by Moscow, Washington and Tel Aviv.
While China, India and the US are threatening the region with a nuclear Holocaust (here, here, here) the leaders were more concerned with the US-North Korean rants, and Pakistan-based resistance groups attacking Indian-occupied Muslim-majority Jammu and Kashmir state.
With the exception of Jacob Juma, all leaders attending the summit, are friends of the Zionist entity. Furthermore, Russia, China and India along with Israel are the modern-day colonial powers occupying Muslim lands.
Pakistan has long been victim of terrorism funded and carried out by Indian RAW, Israeli Mossad, CIA and Afghan NDS. India’s 9/11, the Mumbai terrorist attacks in November 2008 for which Muslims were blamed, was work of RAW and Mossad.
Both India and Russia are colonial powers that are occupying several Muslim lands. India annexed Jammu and Kashmir, Hyderabad, and Jungadh through military actions. Russia annexed Chechnya, Crimea, South Ossetia, Siberia, Ingushetia, Kergyzia, and Turkamania.
Muslim majority East Turkestan is under Chinese occupation.