On Monday, Pakistan’s former military dictator Gen. Pervez Musharraf speaking with Dr. Moeed Pirzada at Dunya TV said that Indian (RAW), Afghan (NDS), and Israeli (Mossad) intelligence agencies were 200% behind the recent terrorist attacks in Pakistan.
Musharraf who resides in Dubai since March 2016, said the Pakistan’s military operation Zarb-e-Azb had no short comings, as it was specifically for North Waziristan. “This operation cleaned up all the camps and launching pads of terrorist, who are supported by the Indian Spy Agency with the collaboration of Afghan Spy agency NDS, to destabilize the tribal areas,” he said.
Musharraf said that a holistic approach and planning is very crucial at the moment to curb terrorism in the Country. “Lashkar-e-Jhangvi has always been a sectarian outfit and is extensively involved in killing minorities in Quetta.”
He added that this sectarian outfit’s masterminds are based in Punjab and are actively running sleeper cells. “What steps are being taken to eliminate these sleeper cells? Punjab has become the strong hold of militancy,” he asked.
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi gangsters are anti-Shi’ite Wahhabi mercenaries recruited by Hindutva-Mossad with the object of creating Sunni-Shi’ite sectarianism to break-up the only Muslim nuclear power.
Musharraf strongly criticized the house arrest of the JUD head Hafiz Saeed. “Hafiz Saeed is not a terrorist, it should be established as he runs a very large charity, they contributed to relief activities in post-earthquake and post flood periods in Pakistan,” he said.
Musharraf also said that Hafiz Saeed is against Taliban and Al-Qaeda and that the nation should not be confused and that India is against them because their supporters go voluntarily to Jammu Kashmir to fight Indian army. “India got banned them through its anti-Muslim allies at the United Nations,” he added.
Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Saeed leader of Jamaat ud-Dawa (JUD) is on both Washington’s and New Delhi’s most wanted list for being the mastermind behind the November 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, which was a Mossad-RSS false flag operation to start a nuclear war between India and Pakistan.
Commenting on his earlier statements on Masood Azhar, Musharraf said that, no comparison can be done between Masood Azhar and Hafiz Saeed. “Masood Azhar is a terrorist, who is fighting the state of Pakistan.”
Musharraf also said: “Giving up Kashmir cause will not improve anything with India and this opinion of the Pseudo liberals that doing so will improve our relationship with India is absurd.”
Gen. Pervez Musharraf became the 4th military dictator of Pakistan in 1999 when his four top Generals carried out a coup against civilian government of Nawaz Sharif who had decided to dump Musharraf while he was on a visit to India. Musharraf was ousted on August 18, 2008 as result of mass protests against his dictatorial rule. He took self-exile in London, and later moved to Dubai. In March 2013, he returned to Pakistan against death threats to restart his political career. In 2014 he appeared at a court to face treason and murder charges brought-up by Nawaz Sharif Muslim League. In March 2016, country’s highest court gave him permission to receive medical treatment for his back injury. Musharraf returned to his home in Dubai.
Right after Israel’s 9/11, the then US deputy secretary of state, Richard Armitage (Jew) called president Pervez Musharraf and threatened him to bomb Pakistan to the Stone Age unless he allows US forces to violate Pakistan’s airspace for bombing Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. Like a typical American pet the General fell down on his knees. However, the next day when Armitage made a similar threat to Iran’s Supreme Army Commander Ayatullah Ali Khamenei – the answer came: “Tell your stupid president to go to Hell. I don’t like Taliban but I will never help a Kaffir Army to kill my fellow Afghan Muslim brothers and sisters.”
Musharraf’s treason brought nothing but misery for Pakistani nation. It had not only to feed over 2.5 million Afghan refugees but got itself into culture of terrorism which has taken tens of thousands of Pakistani lives since then.