Namoos-e-Risalat or Namoos-e-ISI?
by Yousuf Nazar published in Thererarenosunglasses.com
Related articles:Namoos-e-risalat or namoos-e-zia-ul-haq? – by Abbas Ather
The cat is out of the bag. For months, I have suspected that the ISI is back to its old game of using the paid-mullahs to exploit the religious sentiments of the masses to destabilize the country and capture it again.
(But its not so much as "back to its old game", it never left that game in the first place.......has been playing it since it was created by the UK in 1948, and now guided and funded by the USA)
They did it in 1977 using the PNA and nizam-mustafa movement.
(The ISI organized, "most famously" if we can call it that Jehadi groups in East Pakistan during the civil war, al-Badr and Laskars, affectionately known as Razakars in Bangladesh, which participated alongside the Pakistani army in the genocide in that country......and mass rapes of Bengali women to make them "purer" Pakistanis)
The ISI used the pretext of Salman Rushdie’s book to pay late Maulana Kausar Niazi to stage demonstrations in Islamabad in 1989 to destablize Benazir Bhutto’s government. It has been doing it all in the name of Islam whereas it has itself worked closely with the CIA for decades and so have the Maulanas like Fazalur Rehman and Tufail Mohammed.
(TWO FACED GORA PUDI -SUCKERS of---Anne Patterson)
Throughout Musharraf’s regime, Maulana Fazaur Rehman, JUI and other religious parties played the role of loyal opposition and collaborated with him. The JUI was against the lawyers movement. Now the ISI seems to have given him a green signal to play the old games again by exploiting the name of the holy prophet (PBUH).
On the 16th December 2011 the cat was out of the bag when another ISI agent and the head of Jamaat ud Dawa Hafiz Muhammad Saeed made his first public appearance in Islamabad in over two years at a meeting of leaders of key religious parties and hardliners ostensibly in the name of the opposition to the changes in the country’s blasphemy law. Saeed has addressed gatherings and rallies across Punjab since he was released from house arrest last year but had not visited Islamabad in the recent past. Addressing the gathering, Saeed stressed the need for a well-organised media campaign in favour of the blasphemy law. PML-Q leader Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain – also a known ISI agent and loan defaulter known for his corruption – also attended the meeting, which called for a country-wide strike on December 31 to oppose moves for changes in the blasphemy law. The meeting was also attended by another puppet of the intelligence agencies, Ejazul Haq, who is the son Zia-ul Haq who was one of the biggest CIA agents in the history of Pakistan.
Today more than 20,000 people rallied in Karachi on Sunday, apparently against the proposed reform of the blasphemy law. Religious groups blocked a main thoroughfare in Karachi’s teeming metropolis holding banners in support of the police guard who shot dead Punjab governor Salman Taseer on Tuesday over his views in favour of the law’s amendment. “Mumtaz Qadri is not a murderer, he is a hero,” said one banner in the national Urdu language in support of the man who carried out Pakistan’s most high-profile political killing in three years. Most intriguingly but not surprisingly, the rally leader was Qari Ahsaan of the banned group Jamaat ud Dawa. He addressed the crowd from a stage saying, “We can’t compromise on the blasphemy law. It’s a divine law and nobody can change it.”
(In perfect faultless English no doubt........but these Koran thumping covert gora ass kissing coolie chamcha chamar chaudis don't do anything about the daily killing of good poor honest innocent Muslims, AND Pakistani citizens in the NWFP by the USA with the help of the Pakistan military, or that Pakistan is being flooded with foreign gora kafir forces, or that the Pakistani military is helping the Americans in every possible way, including lying to Pakistani about their actual role)
I have also noted that some of the people who are writing on facebook condemning Salmaan Taseer and making tall claims to defend Islam are journalists who I have personally known to be taking instructions from the intelligence agencies when I did live programmes with them.
It all adds up. The deep state is out to reconquer Pakistan again. Once again, it is using the old strategy of using Quran, the name of the holy prophet, Namoos-e-Risalat through its agents and hirelings, to inflame raw sentiments, whip up the frenzy of the mobs to to ultimately once again conquer Pakistan in the name of saving Islam. But its real aims are to restore its tarnished reputation, reclaim its role as the principal puppeteer in Pakistani politics (which has been somewhat diluted by emerging new centers of power) as well as strengthen its bargaining position viz-a-viz the Americans with whom it seems to have developed some serious disagreements lately.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: from State of Pakistan