2nd May 00:16
India To Forge Anti-Muslim Alliance: Pakistan (air time restoration)
In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.
India To Forge Anti-Muslim Alliance: Pakistan
By Asif Farooqi, IOL Correspondent
ISLAMABAD, August 18 (IslamOnline.net & News Agencies) - Pakistan
condemned Monday, August 18, what it dubbed as earnest efforts made by
India to forge an anti-Muslim alliance by inviting the United States
and Israel to a "triangle" against terrorism.
"This is an alliance against Muslims as a whole," Pakistan's Foreign
Office spokesman Masood Khan said.
Speaking in Washington last week, the Indian national security
advisor, Barjesh Mishra, had proposed that the U.S., Israel and India
should set up an alliance to fight what he said was growing
Khan said in his reaction to the Indian move that India was trying to
mislead the international community by using such elusive terminology,
noting that the yet-to-be alliance was directed primarily at the
"What India is proposing is a trio against Muslims," Khan said, adding
that the Muslims all over the world should join hands in standing up
to such an alliance.
He also blamed India for "organizing terrorism" inside Pakistan
through "its terrorist training camps."
"India has 55 training camps on its soil to train terrorists and send
them in to Pakistan for carrying out terrorist activities," Khan said,
claiming that India was using these camps to destabilize Pakistan.
This is the first time that Pakistan has blamed India for holding
terrorist camps against Pakistan. India has been saying for years that
Pakistan has such camps where Kashmiri fighters are trained and sent
in to the Indian part of Kashmir to fuel insurgency.
The two nuclear neighbors had fought three wars since independence in
1947, two of them over Muslim-majority Kashmir.
More than 38,000 people have died in Indian-administered Kashmir since
the eruption of anti-Indian rebellion in the restive region in 1989.
Separatists put the toll between 80,000 and 100,000, according to
Agence France-Presse (AFP).
Pakistan and India reduced their diplomatic relations and cut off rail
and air links in escalatory moves following December 2001 attack on
the Indian Parliament.
India blamed the attack on Pakistan-backed Kashmiri fighters while
Pakistan repudiated the allegations.
On May 2, Pakistan and India restored full diplomatic ties to settle
half a century of disputes "for the economic and social betterment of
Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajepayee announced the restoration
of full diplomatic relations and air links with Pakistan as part of
his "efforts to leave a legacy of peace with Pakistan."
2nd May 00:16
India To Forge Anti-Muslim Alliance: Pakistan (sword)
The Muslim world is bringing it upon themselves. It is only fitting that
those that Muslims terrorise (quite pertinently in this article Indians,
Israelis and Americans - all victims of Muslim terrorism) fight back,
however strongly and strangely Muslims expect the rest of us to sit back and
take it. With the now obviously inherent Islamic hypocrisy, Muslims think
they alone have the right to unite, but seem to think it's weird that the
rest of us unite in defence. Silly Muslims. Live by the sword, die by the