Sequential Destructions of Muslim Nations.


  

 

 

 Guest Article  by Ali Khan,  selected  for interest of  visitors to my blog further to this i would try to eloborate and express in an aritcle soon. Mr. Ali Khan is professor of law at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas.

 

Peace and Positive Growth of a Nation is Highjacked by Policial system, Terror Net works, Intrusion, and Hate among People. Peace loving Pakistani will revolt.

Peace and Positive Growth of a Nation is Highjacked by Political system, Terror Net works, Intrusion, Agrassive Taliban, Foreign Influence, Wtih a Nation with no free will, gererating insecurity among People who Peace and better living in Pakistani will revolt if thing do not change very soon. The world community is not giving enough attention to the growing opinion among common simple and fair Pakistani in a touble Nation of Pakistan.

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 A conspiratorial view of the world is frequently inaccurate, exposing more the paranoia of the view rather than the reality of the world.

The sequential destruction of Muslim nations — Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, (and Iran is on the list) — may or may not be a conspiracy hatched in Washington D.C., but it is becoming an international reality.
It is no secret that the United States and Europe, with varying degree of mutual cooperation and some make-believe internal discord, superintend the sequential destruction of Muslim nations.
 
This War of Sequential Destruction (WSD), despite Nobel-Laureate Barack Obama’s denials, refuses to go away.
 
The WSD is multi-frontal. It crosshairs Al-Qaeda, Taliban, Hezbollah, Hamas, Al-Bashir, Ahmadinejad, Sunni, Shia, Wahabi, Gaza, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Afghanistan, and now Pakistan. Many Western policymakers rarely see Muslim nations, including allies, with any inherent respect. Vice President Dick Cheney described the Muslim world as “brute and nasty.” Obama advisers, though more guarded in their word choices, see Muslim nations no differently.The International Criminal Court headquartered in Holland has indicted the first sitting head of the state, the Muslim President of Sudan.
 
The United States and Europe, themselves armed with thousands of nuclear heads, are strategizing to punish Iran for asserting a treaty-based right to produce nuclear energy, leaving open the option of attacks on Iranian nuclear facilities.
After razing Iraq and Afghanistan, the WSD has now turned to ravage an ally, Muslim Pakistan.
Pakistan is a nation that the British, in 1947, carved out of India and that India, in 1971, broke into two, liberating Bangladesh from the murderous clutch of the Pakistani military.
Over the past sixty-two years, Pakistan’s military and civilian rulers, one after the other, and without exception, have turned to America for military training, weapons, money, and strategic instructions.
Eager to send their sons and daughters to Western cities for education and employment, Pakistani politicians, generals, and bureaucrats all look for ways, and create the ways, to oblige Western capitals, particularly Washington D.C. Partly for personal interests and partly out of faulty readings of geopolitical situations, Pakistani rulers, like most rulers in Muslim nations, frequently compromise national sovereignty and public welfare.

The Pakistani orientation for self-destruction serves American interests.

 

The idea that Islam is inherently violent, openly expressed during the Bush administration, continues to animate foreign policy.

 

 

 The White House holds a new President but Congressional leadership and Washington policymakers are more or less the same. Anti-Islamic policies of warfare and destabilization are intact.
Therefore, the WSD will continue and gather momentum. The picture is not pretty. Palestinians are penned in misery and their territorial cage is constantly shrinking to meet the “natural growth” of vociferous settlers. Oil-rich Iraq is under American occupation and its communities have been torn apart with irreversible harm.
 
Afghanistan, one of the poorest nations in the world, is placed under the boots of Western armies. Thousands of Afghans have been murdered, their houses bombed, their villages devastated.
American Army in Pakistan in Waziristan area.

American Army in Pakistan in Waziristan area.

Facing a failing campaign in Afghanistan, Obama advisers decided to expand the war into Waziristan and other parts of Pakistan. The United States desperately solicited the Pakistani military to join the Afghan war.

Pakistani rulers, this time a democratically elected government, listened to the American call.

They first permitted the CIA to fly drones armed with missiles, which killed a few militants but hundreds of civilians in the tribal areas.

The United States later urged Pakistan to invade Swat to kill militants. Pakistan did. Millions of civilians were made homeless.

The reaction to drone attacks and the ground offensive in Swat was fierce.

Pashtun and Punjabi militants began to attack soft and hard targets. They attacked police stations, military trucks, and even the military’s fortified headquarters in Rawalpindi. Citing these counter-offensives as a threat to Pakistan’s national security, the United States urged the Pakistani military to launch a ground offensive in Waziristan. The rulers listened to the call and sent 30,000 troops to Waziristan. Muslims fighting Muslims have been efficacious in weakening the Iraqi militancy.

The same formula, Obama advisers are betting, will crush the Pashtun resistance in Afghanistan.

Certainly, the United States can kill hundreds of thousands of Pashtuns on both sides of the AF-PAK border, even if no more troops are dispatched to the region. Killing militarily weak populations requires no sophisticated military strategy.

The convenient but thoroughly demonized label of “Taliban” provides the rhetorical shield to justify the ghastly massacres of civilians.

Taliban, even though weakened is a justification for presence.

Taliban, even though weakened is a justification for presence.

Since Pakistani military has joined the war, killings on both sides of the border will become even more robust. These killings will carry an air of logic, even legitimacy, since no military presumably kills is own people unless it sees a threat to national security.

Under coercion, Pakistan has started a civil war that will consume its economy, national security, and tear apart its social fabric. The civil war will spill into many parts of Pakistan. It already has arrived in some parts of Punjab. Militants are unlikely to confine this war to sparsely-populated Waziristan.

They are taking the war to the most populated cities, including Peshawar, Rawalpindi, and Lahore. Karachi, which appears to be quiet, is sitting on a tinderbox. Karachi can erupt any minute as its ethnic rivalries are primed for a civil war. It is sheer foolery and a grave analytical mistake to presume that the Pakistani military offensive will provoke no one but only a few misguided militants in the North.

It is not yet too late for Pakistan to return from the precipice of national suicide.

Pakistan must take a U-turn and preempt the civil war. Pakistan must say an emphatic no to President Obama who must also carefully weigh the stakes of expanding the WSD to Pakistan.

If the NATO forces cannot subdue the militancy in Afghanistan, adding one more military into the battlefield will not solve the problem of occupation and resistance. Furthermore, an internally torn Pakistan does not weaken but empowers militants.

Obama advisers must ponder over one thing more

 The people of Pakistan, like the people of Iran under the Shah, might rise to oppose the US hegemony over their internal affairs.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. mujeeb isa
    October 26, 2009 at 4:16 am

    Why Obama is finding it difficult to impelment his agenda on iraq, and israel, how will america be justified in continued combat with no relief either for america or for aganistan people or pakistan. is world still a place of fear like it was in times of george w b. Pakistan is a spritual nation people in pakistan majority will tolerate but when limit expires it will be a mess. How do you like to accept that they are not to be involved and taken care and protected each pakistani sleeps with a fear of losing his nation

  2. rana raza
    October 26, 2009 at 4:21 am

    peace loving ok,, why only the good should suffer, why not he killers of innocent people pay the price………………

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