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Had there been no Zarb-e Azab,

there would not have been any Peshawar Massacre
 

 

From: Kaukab Siddique

Sent: Wednesday, December 24, 2014 9:36 AM
To:
 
Dr. Kaukab Siddiue Comments from Washington:
 
 It is Kufr to use the Prophet's, pbuh,  campaign name, zarbe azb, to fulfill American orders to invade North waziristan. It is a form of blasphemy. Bombing mosques and saying this is zarbe azb.
Maulana Hussain khan sahib look at what these America's dogs in uniform have done in N. Waziristan. Entire towns bombed out. Tanks prowling through main street.
100% you are right.  There would have been no Peshawar tragedy without slaughter in North Waziristan. Army is claiming to have killed 1200 mostly through air strikes. One million kicked out of their homes in Ramadan.
 

Islamic Scholar and Author Shamim Siddiqui Comments from New York:

 

On Dec 23, 2014 8:03 AM, ........ wrote:

Salaam

 

This is  totally correct. Stop crying over the spilt milk.

 

Shamim

Had there been no Zarb-e Azab, there would not have been any Peshawar Massacre

 

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MY FEELINGS INSPIRED BY FOLLOWING ARTICLE OF AAMERA EHSAN
 WHO WAS EXTREMELY SHOCKED BY PESHAWAR INCIDENT
 
Due to our support of a KAFIR, American aggression against a Muslim country, Afghanistan, we have lost 60,000 innocent lives of our countrymen in support of America. I do not know what those politicians and Army Generals will answer to Allah after their deaths for the KILLINGS of our these innocent countrymen?
 
We are doing Military Operations after Operations during the last 12 years. What is the result? Did our Operations succeeded in eliminating Terrorism? Zarb-e-Azab has resulted in our 9/11 of 142 innocent lives massacred in Peshawar.
 

The reason is that only KILLINGS do not solve problems.

 
Violence breeds violence. It is a universal TRUTH.
There is no exception for Pakistani politicians and Generals.   
 
 

This problem cannot be solved by KILLINGS alone. Muzakerat is the solution and not to involve our military to kill our countrymen for the pleasure of US and to obey its exhortation to DO MORE. The same people were Mujahedeen as long as they were fighting against 

Soviet Union. But when they turned against America, the same praise-worthy Mujahedeen were termed and labeled as Terrorists. The more our Army has been deployed for killing for last 12 years, the more Taliban have become desperate even to kill innocent children.  

This is a clear proof of Zarb-e-Azab failure.  

Read the following article about Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (DAESH).  it says that America along with it alliance with 60 more countries of the world cannot defeat IS just by war and killings. 

 

    

Killing top IS leaders not enough to cripple group, say experts

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp/article-2881220/Killing-IS-leaders-not-cripple-group-say-experts.html

 

When Zardari Administration and KPK ANP government made Agreement with Sufi Mohammad group allowing them in Swat to establish Shariah Courts and enforce Shariah Laws in their areas, all terrorism had vanished from Swat valley. Mulla Fazlullah, who is now regarded as the brain behind Peshawar massacre had thrown his arms and was jubilant to abandon all terrorism. He and his father-in-law Sufi Mohammad made jubilant public gatherings and demonstrations and marches hailing this Agreement.  

 

But America again issued its orders to Zardari government not to have any Agreement with any Taliban faction. Pervez Musharraf had also been given similar orders twice to abandon all Agreements he had made with Pakistan Taliban to bring peace to our country. Our BUZDIL General proved that he was not worth the name of a General. He has had a track record of suddenly surrendering to American pressure only on a Telephonic threat by the then President Bush. He immediately took a 180 degree turn against Taliban, who were being nurtured until that time by Pakistan. This was the beginning of turning Taliban against Pakistan military. There could be no other better way to invite them to initiate terrorism targeting Pak Army.  

 

By the abandonment of Zardari government Agreement with Swat Taliban, we, thus, left no option for Mulla Fazlullah except to become again a Terrorist of First Rank. A person who had thrown his arms and left terrorism was again driven to adopt the same old path. Again he was thus driven to the path of Terrorism by our Pro-American policies. This is how our governments' bowing to American orders has been breeding Terrorism in Pakistan. I repeat, this is how our governments' bowing to American orders has been breeding Terrorism in Pakistan.There was no such phenomena in Pakistan, say, 15 or 20 years back. It all started when we decided to be a partner of a Kafir like America to kill our Muslim brothers both in Afghanistan and in our own country Pakistan, as a KAFIR America asked our military to support its war against our Muslim brothers and to stop infiltration of Mujahedeen into Afghanistan who were going there to help their victimized Muslim brothers.  

 

Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan both were pleading for Muzakerat before elections and condemning Peoples Party for military Operations against our own countrymen.

In his 2nd article in the daily Dunya, I appreciate Haroon-ur-Rasheed portrait of Nawaz Sharif as a docile PM bowing his head obediently to every gesture of Raheel Shareef, as if the Military Chief is the boss of our docile Prime Minister, if I have understood the columnist properly. I have the same opinion about Nawaz Sharif from very beginning.  

 

Nawaz Sharif before becoming PM and even afterwards was pleading for Muzakerat. Despite Chaudhry Nisar echoing military sentiments to abandon Muzakerat, Nawaz Sharif rejected his plea in the beginning and continued Muzakerat. But he had no courage to face a military General and say NO to his virtual military boss and bowed down to Raheel Sharif Decision to start KILLINGS to eliminate TTP.  

 

We had 2 months of genuine peace when Muzakerat were continuing with TTP.  Prof. Ibrahim of JI and all other Ulama recommended by TTP used to say we will bow our head again and again to all stake-holders to continue Muzakerat, even if they result in failures a hundred times.  

 

IMRAN KHAN HAS CLEARLY AND RIGHTLY DECLARED THAT HAD HE BEEN PRIME MINISTER, HE WOULD NOT HAVE ALLOWED ZARB-E-AZAB. 

But when Raheel Sharif came out with his decision to start KILLINGS on a large scale, our docile PM immediately threw aside all his election pledges and immediately bowed his head to it. He and all his cabinet started a joint chorus of songs in praise of and boasting the successes of Zarb-e-Azab. But the bitter facts are that it resulted in about complete evacuation of North Waziristan, in the emergence of  300,000 homeless IDPs and in the murder of 146 innocent children and teachers and several other incidents of so-called terror by TTP. Despite such a big failure of Zarb-e-Azab, emotionalism is prevalent in our country to do more and more KILLINGS.   

 

Even the great powers like Great Britain of 19th century, Soviet Russia of 20th century and America of 21st century have shamefully failed in Afghanistan during he last 200 years in their attempts to control Afghanistan. All European imperialists of 19th and 20th century and even America had to go back to their home countries after a brief prelude of their colonization and domination of Asia and Africa.  

The failure of killings is found all over history. Almost all guerilla movements in world history have been successful to get their say against powerful countries. This is the age of winning hearts and minds. Killings lead to ultimate defeat of all KILLERS in the world. This is a bitter and unforgettable lesson of history, which our politicians, military men, intellectuals, TV anchors, and columnists are not ready to learn and swallow. 

   

I have a question. If a section of TTP has remained still active and shown its talent for a most heinous act like murdering innocent children, who were those people who were and are being killed daily in the name of TTP terrorists? What could be a better proof of failure of Zarb-e-Azab?  

   

Our military has probably killed more than just 146 innocent persons. But no one is ready and has the courage to protest against such army brutality. Only Aamera Ehsan briefly refers to it in her columns. All our protests are genuine but only one-sided. We have closed our one eye. The other eye is open to see only one side of the KILLINGS. 

  

 

Peshawar massacre is the direct result of Zarb-e Azab.  

Had there been no Zarb-e Azab, there would not have been any Peshawar Massacre. 

Last 12 years of Terrorism history in Pakistan bears witness to this bitter Reality  

  

My memory is not good. But some terrorist incidents were before and after Muzakerat. During the Muzakerat everybody was appreciating, including most TV anchors, the peace of 2 months. One splinter group was not supporting TTP, who killed Army people before the start of Muzakerat to make it a failure.  

However, I like the approach of Jamaat-e-Islami Prof. Ibrahim that even if they fail 100 times, we will again and again plead for the continuation of Muzakerat. This is the only way to get rid of terrorism and get peace in our country. 

Peshawar massacre is the direct result of Zarb-e Azab. The children and relatives of the 6 Terrorists of Peshawar Massacre have been killed by our Army bombings. Therefore they decided to take Revenge in a most despicable way. They should be condemned. But what motivated them to do such a heinous act?

 

Do the military bombs know who is terrorist and who is innocent? Is our Army not killing innocent countrymen in thousands?  

 

 

Islam tried to eliminate it but the Reality is that Retaliation and Revenge was the lifestyle of tribal people since centuries even in Arab world and still prevalent in our Tribal Areas, and may be even in Punjab.  Even President Bush attacked Afghanistan as a revenge and retaliation of 9/11.  

 

Had there been no Zarb-e Azab, there would not have been any Peshawar Massacre. Last 12 years of Terrorism history in Pakistan bears witness to this bitter Reality  

 

 

 
 

 

 
 
  


 

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DR. KAUKAB SIDDIQUE, EDITOR NEW TREND FROM US, EXPLAINS BACKGROUND OF THE TALIBAN MOVEMENT AND COMMENTS ON MAULANA ABDUL AZIZ POINT OF VIEW 
 
Call for the Red Mosque to be set on fire.
 
"Anti-Islamic-Pakistan elements, secularists and Shias, have become so bold that MQM, the fascist group ruling Karachi, called for the Red Mosque to be set on fire. Secularist demonstrators actually gathered at the mosque and were stopped by police from entering."
 

"What Pakistanis don't understand about Pak Taliban.

People in the entire Pushtoon culture do not ever try to kill women and children, and Pak Taliban are part of that culture. However, they also believe in REVENGE. So it is futile to bomb the Pak Taliban as the military has been doing. The more the military bombs them, the more they want revenge. They are not scared of the army's firepower.

The Pakistani response is to hang the Pak Taliban. On December 19, they hanged two prisoners who had nothing to do with the attack on the army school. Also, the military is again bombing Taliban areas and on December 18 claimed to have killed another 77 Pak Taliban. All those killed have families who will want revenge. They were not involved in the school attack, so the families feel wronged and that their men were killed for no reason. Taliban don't kill people because they are Pakistanis but the army is bent on killing everyone who is part of the Taliban."

 

 

 

Pakistan's Rulers Shaken by Taliban attack on Army School: Secularists & Shias call for blood. 

"Hang them all." 

Maulana Abdul Aziz Condemns Attack on North Waziristan: All other Islamic Groups bow to Regime Propaganda. 

New Trend analysis by Kaukab Siddique

December 16 was a terrible day for Pakistan's ruling elites. Six young Pak Taliban jumped over the wall of the army school, adjacent to the military colony in Peshawar, and attacked students holding a western style celebration in the auditorium. They called on students to stand aside if they were from military families, and then shot them. It was horrific: 132 teenagers killed. Blood all over the place.

Troops battled the Taliban youth and by the time the fighting ended all six assailants were dead as were six Pakistani troops and military teachers.

Pakistani elites expressed horror on radio, television and in newspapers and on line. It was described as the biggest crime in the history of Pakistan.

The editor of New Trend engaged numerous writers on the Internet and urged them to condemn ALL attacks on children. All children, he said, are precious, and all children killed should be condoled. The editor also interacted with a group of retired army officers and their supporters. NOT ONE OF THEM was willing to condole the death of Taliban children. They see only the tragedy of the army's children. Thus the moral outrage in Pakistan is very selective and is aimed ONLY at the Pak Taliban.

There is a good reason for this double standard. 

The Pak Taliban have no media. The media are controlled entirely by secularists and shias and to a much smaller extent by supporters of Jamaate Islami.

So when the Taliban attacked the school, it was for Pakistanis like 9.11 for Americans, that they were being attacked out of the blue for no reason.

Most Pakistanis do not know what the army has done to the Islamic villages in the Frontier areas which support various factions of the Pak Taliban, The army's propaganda branches have been telling Pakistanis that the Pak Taliban are agents of India and have been funded by the Indian intelligence agency RAW. [Pakistani regime is very friendly with India but Pakistanis do not see this.]

What Pakistanis don't understand about Pak Taliban.

People in the entire Pushtoon culture do not ever try to kill women and children, and Pak Taliban are part of that culture. However, they also believe in REVENGE. So it is futile to bomb the Pak Taliban as the military has been doing. The more the military bombs them, the more they want revenge. They are not scared of the army's firepower.

The Pakistani response is to hang the Pak Taliban. On December 19, they hanged two prisoners who had nothing to do with the attack on the army school. Also, the military is again bombing Taliban areas and on December 18 claimed to have killed another 77 Pak Taliban. All those killed have families who will want revenge. They were not involved in the school attack, so the families feel wronged and that their men were killed for no reason. Taliban don't kill people because they are Pakistanis but the army is bent on killing everyone who is part of the Taliban.

How it all began: 

When Pakistan came into being, the founder of the country, Mohomed Ali Jinnah, known as Qaide Azam, promised the tribal people of Frontier province that the military would never enter their territories. They became the trusted supporters of Pakistan and an effective buffer against the designs of hostile Afghanistan.

The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan led to the uprising of the Afghan people and the resistance came to be led by Islamic teachers and scholars like Prof. Burhanuddin Rabbani. Among those who came to help the Afghans was Osama bin Laden.

Unable to defeat the mujahideen, after 9 years of war, the Soviets withdrew unilaterally. This was a great Islamic victory but American and Pakistani interests would not allow the formation of an independent Islamic government in Kabul. The Afghan groups ended up fighting each other and the result was chaos and collapse. Crimes and drugs became the hallmark of the country.

Mullah Umar who was unknown till then, left the medressa system and went forth to punish the violators of women and stood by the weak and the oppressed. A huge movement developed around him. This was the movement of the Taliban [literally "students."]. Afghans are known for their support for those who seek refuge and protection. That's how Osama bin Laden and Mullah Umar came together and formed the historic alliance which changed Muslim history.

After 9.11, America invaded Afghanistan. The bombing campaign which followed was so devastating that it forced the Taliban to withdraw from the cities, The Northern Alliance took over Kabul and Osama bin Laden barely survived after the unprecedented bombing of Tora Bora.

With 9.11, Pakistan came into the picture. General Musharraf betrayed the Taliban, the best friends of Pakistan. He sent 80,000 troops to seal off the border so that America could thoroughly crush the Taliban. The Pakistani army battled those who wanted to go into Afghanistan to fight the Americans.

The Pakistani opposition to Musharraf was so feeble that he tightened his grip on Pakistan and became a sophisticated but ruthless dictator. The political parties and the Islamic groups in Pakistan could not outwit him and dared not oppose him outright. [US drones flew out from within Pakistan to hit the Taliban. Pakistanis did not know this for 5 years]

The only Islamic entity which opposed Musharraf in the name of Islam was the Red Mosque in Islamabad and the women's seminary Jamia Hafsa next to the mosque. The General became so over confident that he attacked the mosque and the women's seminary. Hundreds of young Muslims, including hijabi women and girls, were killed by the army . The mosque was drenched in blood. The Pakistani troops rampaged through the mosque and used phosphorous in the attack. The leader of the mosque, Abdur Rasheed Ghazi [r.a] was killed along with his mother.

Many of the girls killed were from the tribal areas. The tribes who were already demanding Sharia law were shocked beyond measure by the slaughter of innocent women and girls. Such atrocities are simply unheard of in Islamic culture. The support for the Islamic cause grew exponentially. Huge gatherings were held in the region known as Swat to support Sharia. Among the leaders was Maulvi Fazlullah, an ordinary Pakistani who had dedicated himself to the cause of Allah.

The Islamic wave spread out of Swat and got support in the entire tribal belt. When the Islamic groups reached Buner, only 70 miles from Islamabad, the US government was alarmed and urged [or more correctly ordered] Pakistan to take immediate military action Part of the concern was that various Islamic factions in the mountains had coalesced into an Islamic confederation called the Tehreeke Taliban e Pakistan [ TTP] This movement is distinct from the movement led by Mullah Umar in Afghanistan known simply as the Taliban.

A new Pakistani general, Kayani, was in command and he was ruthless beyond all limits. He ordered the ENTIRE population of Swat to leave their homes. More than THREE MILLION people were made homeless. Swat became a free fire zone. Journalists were strictly not allowed. Those civilians who did not leave were targeted, along with the "militants," by long range artillery, helicopter gunships and jet fighters of the Pakistani military. Pakistani tank columns went into each village in Swat. Maulvi Fazlullah fought the army heroically and inflicted serious casualties on the military but superior firepower prevailed. He was injured and hundreds of his fighters were killed. He retreated into a rugged border area of Afghanistan.

After that the Pakistani military went from area to area of the border populations using control of food supply, bombing from the air and thrusting with tanks All the way to South Waziristan, the army became an occupation army terrorizing the population. At least an estimated 30,000 civilians have been killed by the army. BBC pinpointed mass graves into the which the army dumped the victims of the "extra judicial executions" it was carrying out.

North Waziristan 

The only area which remained relatively unoccupied, in part, by the Pakistani army, was North Waziristan. America insisted that al-Qaida had found safe haven in North Waziristan and the Pakistani army must take action. For several years, the attack did not happen because Jamaate Islami's [then] leader Munawar Hasan mobilized Pakistanis against the attack. He held rallies in almost every city urging that North Waziristan not be attacked. He warned that if such an attack took place, the Pak Taliban's response would affect all of Pakistan.

Not only the military did not listen to Hasan, it was alarmed that Imran Khan was taking a similar line on North Waziristan. Meanwhile fighting between the Pak Taliban and the army continued in scattered areas all around the tribal belt. The military coordinated US drone attacks to terrorize Pak Taliban and to kill their leaders.

No one in Pakistan had the courage to openly condemn the military's actions. Munawar Hasan came nearest to it when he said that the leader of the Pak Taliban, Hakeemullah Mehsud, killed in a US strike [coordinated by Pakistan], was a martyr. Not only was Munawar Hasan targeted by almost the entire Pakistani media but the army infiltrated Jamaate Islami and Hasan lost the elections held within the Jamaate Islami itself.

 
 
Soon after Munawar Hasan lost, the military decided to invade North Waziristan. The population was ordered to leave. About a million people were put out as internal refugees in the hot plains of the north western Punjab province DURING RAMADAN. [Most of them are still there after 6 months though relief agencies have provided tents to a segment].
ALL the towns of North Waziristan were reduced to smoldering heaps in Pakistani air attacks. Most of the fighters escaped into Afghanistan but several thousand civilians were killed along with the families of the Pak Taliban who still did not think that a "Muslim" army would kill women and children.
Indiscriminate use of jet bombers is the Pakistani military's "methodology." The army claims it has killed 1200 "suspected" "militants."
From this horror emerged the Pak Taliban's attack on the army's school in Peshawar.
Subjugation of Jamaate Islami and Islamic groups. 
After the attack on the school, the secularists and Shias launched a campaign to KILL ALL TALIBAN. Not only that, but to KILL ALL SUPPORTERS of the TALIBAN. And even KILL ANYONE WHO SHOWS SYMPATHY for the Taliban.
Jamaate Islami was the most disgraceful in its response, holding funeral prayers in absentia for the army school students and calling for countrywide du'a sessions for them. Calls went forth to punish the perpetrators: "Pakistan is in danger." Jamaate Islami did not have the moral courage to say: Let us also think of the children of the Pak Taliban. [JI has never held salatul janaza for Osama or Abdul Rasheed Ghazi or any of the leaders of the Islamic resistance killed in Pakistani bombing and US air strikes.]
Jamaate Islami has not suffered any losses at the hands of the regime for a whole decade: no injuries, no imprisonment. It has become like Tablighi Jamaat. Gone is the backbone of Maulana Maudoodi who confronted the worst regimes and was often put in prison.
Jamaate Islami still has potential to oppose the power structure more than other Muslim groups but it is now in total retreat and has lost all the momentum which Hasan and, for a while Sirajul Haq, had given it.
Maulana Abdul Aziz: 
The only voice of truth turned out to be Maulana Abdul Aziz, the leader of the rejuvenated Red Mosque. He declared that the attack on North Waziristan was unIslamic and the attack on the army school was a consequence of the army's actions. .
Anti-Islamic-Pakistan elements, secularists and Shias, have become so bold that MQM, the fascist group ruling Karachi, called for the Red Mosque to be set on fire. Secularist demonstrators actually gathered at the mosque and were stopped by police from entering.
Not only was Maulana Abdul Aziz unafraid of the rallying cries against him, he reiterated his stand in his juma khutba [December 19].
Crowds of people started gathering from both sides and one of the Maulana's deputies went out and calmed people down by saying that they do condemn the attack on the army school. Maulana Abdul Azis refused to take back his position.
[May Allah keep Maulana Abdul Aziz safe. There is no one like him today at the leadership level.]
[Before these events, the rejuvenated women's seminary, Jamia Hafsa, linked to the Red Mosque, named its library after Osama bin Laden and declared support for ISIS.]