Islamic Republic of Pakistan : News, Discussions & Updates

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Like 1996 , Taliban may well seize control of most of Afghanistan with the assistance of Pak based tanzeems & of course serving & retd personnel of the Pakistan establishment.

Unlike 1996 , this time they've fireworks going off in their own backyard. I don't think Pak deep state have as yet figured out the mentality of these tanzeems especially the Taliban .

If Pakistan thinks they've got rid of the former SU & the US from Afghanistan today, why shouldn't the ordinary Pashtun foot soldier of the Taliban think in those terms.

More importantly why shouldn't he think if he was responsible for getting rid of 2 super powers , causing the downfall of one of them why can't he rid himself of an overbearing Pakistan or more to the point extend the Talibani version of sharia based law to what's traditionally been Pashtun homelands in Pakistan if not the whole of Pakistan itself.

@Milspec ; @Nilgiri
 

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Like 1996 , Taliban may well seize control of most of Afghanistan with the assistance of Pak based tanzeems & of course serving & retd personnel of the Pakistan establishment.

Unlike 1996 , this time they've fireworks going off in their own backyard. I don't think Pak deep state have as yet figured out the mentality of these tanzeems especially the Taliban .

If Pakistan thinks they've got rid of the former SU & the US from Afghanistan today, why shouldn't the ordinary Pashtun foot soldier of the Taliban think in those terms.

More importantly why shouldn't he think if he was responsible for getting rid of 2 super powers , causing the downfall of one of them why can't he rid himself of an overbearing Pakistan or more to the point extend the Talibani version of sharia based law to what's traditionally been Pashtun homelands in Pakistan if not the whole of Pakistan itself.

@Milspec ; @Nilgiri

It will be A Civil War In Afghanistan with
Different War lords and Different Factions controlling Different Areas

There wont be a one single Central Authority in Kabul

The fight will be for land , Slaves , Opium and Minerals which the Chinese want
 

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This here is a very intersting development. The content creators of this channel as is obvious are Paxtanis but the content created is almost exclusively about Indian achievements in the fields of science & technology , defence , industry , investment , finance , etc

They then solicit views of ordinary Paxtanis by highlighting these achievements juxtaposing these to the state of Paxtan in a very oblique manner .

Thus the thrust of this channel is to constructively bring out the differences between India & Paxtan without denigrating Paxtan but portraying Indian achievements in a good light .

It's no surprise that Indians have gone gaga on her channel's latest offerings as is obvious in the comments section where one hardly sees any Paxtani . Incidentally the channel's subscribers have crossed 80k & I won't be surprised in the least bit if it goes on to reach a million in a couple of years from now .

Do you know why this is happening ? Of late there's this virtual pandemic ( excuse the word ) of India related content on YT mostly created by mostly by western content creators on various subjects highlighting Indian achievements in these fields some of which is described above , in flattering terms with subscribers running into tens of thousands practically all of them Indian as can be seen in the comments section. This in turn translates to more eye balls which in turn means more revenue for such content creators.

Seems to me a very good example of our own inferiority complex ably exploited by westerners where we still seek & crave their validation . Most of the contents are pretty anodyne stuff with no penetrating insights or analysis just feel good sugar syrupy stuff. A few actually get off the beaten track to come up genuinely good content full of critical analysis. In a way it serves to boost our soft power overseas as this content is also viewed by the western apart from the rest of the world who'd probably lay greater store on a westerner's version of events & achievements than if an Indian were to showcase this in their own channels.

Coming back to the topic at hand the said channel is duplicating the same formula . Much like Paxtani & especially Bangladeshi restaurateurs in UK or the western world piggy backing as usual on the Indian brand name , it's soft power & it's goodwill.

Who says Paxtanis don't make good entrepreneurs ? Of course , in order to be successful they still have to rely on that crutch called India however much they despise it . Hain na , maamu ? @safriz


Lesson for you @Ashwin ; @Gautam
 
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Daughter of Afghan envoy abducted and ‘severely tortured’ in Pakistan​

Silsila Alikhil, 26, was badly beaten and held for over five hours in Islamabad, according to diplomatic sources
Diplomatic enclave in Islamabad

Pakistani security officials stop vehicles at a checkpoint at the entrance to the Diplomatic Enclave, where most foreign missions are located in Islamabad. The latest incident is believed to have occurred outside the area. Photograph: Sohail Shahzad/EPA

Associated Press
Sat 17 Jul 2021 12.32 EDT



The daughter of Afghanistan’s ambassador to Pakistan was abducted in the middle of the Pakistani capital of Islamabad, held for several hours and brutally attacked, officials in both countries said on Saturday.

No one has been arrested in connection with Friday’s assault on Silsila Alikhil, 26. The Afghan foreign ministry issued a statement demanding a quick investigation, saying she was “severely tortured”.

A hospital medical report, seen by the Associated Press, said she suffered blows to her head, had rope marks on her wrists and legs, and was badly beaten. There was a suspicion that she had several broken bones and X-rays were ordered, the report said.
The report said her abductors held her for over five hours and that she was brought to the hospital in Islamabad by police. There were no details about the abduction itself or the circumstances of her release.


Pakistan called the attack “disturbing” and said security at the residence of the Afghan ambassador in Islamabad has been reinforced. The Afghan foreign ministry said it strongly condemned this “heinous act” and expressed concern for Afghan diplomats and their families in Pakistan.
Relations between the two countries are fraught with suspicion and animosity. They routinely trade accusations, with Afghanistan claiming that Pakistan is sending thousands of jihadi militants across the border to fight and providing a safe haven for the Taliban. Pakistan in turn accuses Kabul of harbouring the anti-Pakistani group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan – the Pakistani Taliban – and the secessionist Baluchistan Liberation Army.


As violence escalates in Afghanistan in concert with the withdrawal of US and Nato troops, some within the Afghan government have stepped up their verbal assaults on Pakistan.
In Kabul, the Afghan foreign ministry summoned the Pakistani ambassador, Mansoor Ahmad Khan, on Saturday to lodge “a strong protest” over the attack. The ministry said it “explicitly called on the Pakistani government to take immediate action to identify and punish the perpetrators of this crime”.


A leading female senator in Pakistan, Sherry Rahman, condemned Friday’s attack and tweeted that “the Afghanistan ambassador’s daughter is a young woman, and should not face any obstacle in walking about in central Islamabad … More importantly, she is entitled to diplomatic protection in Pakistan.”


Hamid Mir, a Pakistani journalist who survived a 2014 shooting in the southern city of Karachi, asked in a tweet how something like this could happen in Islamabad. “What is the use of expensive safe city cameras?”

He also noted that Pakistani journalists and even a police officer have been abducted in Islamabad, yet few culprits have been arrested.
Most of Islamabad’s neighbourhoods are upmarket, with wide, tree-lined boulevards. The Pakistani capital is home to all the diplomatic missions in the country, the majority of them located inside a heavily fortified enclave. The Afghan mission, however, is outside that enclave.

Pakistan’s foreign ministry said in a statement that “the safety and security of the diplomatic missions, as well as the diplomats and their families, is of utmost importance. Such incidents can and will not be tolerated.”
 

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They tried to cover it up same way doosra banda and balakot were covered up by crows and trees. Cylinder blast initially but under Chinese pressure had to accept bomb blast.

Chinese have honor to accept casualties, even if it's one tenth after a year gap. Paxtan has no such compulsion because 1. they have no money with deprived society and 2. they themselves don't respect life of other paxtanis.
 
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This here is a very intersting development. The content creators of this channel as is obvious are Paxtanis but the content created is almost exclusively about Indian achievements in the fields of science & technology , defence , industry , investment , finance , etc

They then solicit views of ordinary Paxtanis by highlighting these achievements juxtaposing these to the state of Paxtan in a very oblique manner .

Thus the thrust of this channel is to constructively bring out the differences between India & Paxtan without denigrating Paxtan but portraying Indian achievements in a good light .

It's no surprise that Indians have gone gaga on her channel's latest offerings as is obvious in the comments section where one hardly sees any Paxtani . Incidentally the channel's subscribers have crossed 80k & I won't be surprised in the least bit if it goes on to reach a million in a couple of years from now .

Do you know why this is happening ? Of late there's this virtual pandemic ( excuse the word ) of India related content on YT mostly created by mostly by western content creators on various subjects highlighting Indian achievements in these fields some of which is described above , in flattering terms with subscribers running into tens of thousands practically all of them Indian as can be seen in the comments section. This in turn translates to more eye balls which in turn means more revenue for such content creators.

Seems to me a very good example of our own inferiority complex ably exploited by westerners where we still seek & crave their validation . Most of the contents are pretty anodyne stuff with no penetrating insights or analysis just feel good sugar syrupy stuff. A few actually get off the beaten track to come up genuinely good content full of critical analysis. In a way it serves to boost our soft power overseas as this content is also viewed by the western apart from the rest of the world who'd probably lay greater store on a westerner's version of events & achievements than if an Indian were to showcase this in their own channels.

Coming back to the topic at hand the said channel is duplicating the same formula . Much like Paxtani & especially Bangladeshi restaurateurs in UK or the western world piggy backing as usual on the Indian brand name , it's soft power & it's goodwill.

Who says Paxtanis don't make good entrepreneurs ? Of course , in order to be successful they still have to rely on that crutch called India however much they despise it . Hain na , maamu ? @safriz


Lesson for you @Ashwin ; @Gautam

On twitter, Pakistani inbreeds are mocking afghans chiefs and govt officials for what is essentially an involuntary human reflex to the loud sound caused by rocket explosives hitting meters away. Asskissers worship Ghazni,Ghauri, Abdaliand Durrani etc which were basically Afghan tribals that first enslaved areas now come under pakistan/punjab and then mounted repeated attacks and invasions on Delhi Empire. Cowards ancestors of these scums didnt even resisted for long and gave up like the bun and butter.

Afghans have history to be proud of unlike these daalkhors who still name their imported prized possessions on Afghan warriors. Deep down they know that on level playing field, these degenerated dont stand a chance against afghans
 
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On twitter, Pakistani inbreeds are mocking afghans chiefs and govt officials for what is a involuntary human reflex to the loud sound caused by rocket explosives hitting meters away. Asskissers worshipGhazni,Ghauri, Abdaliand Durrani etc which were basically Afghan tribals that first enslaved areas now come under pakistan/punjab and then mounted repeated attacks and invasions on Delhi Empire. Cowards ancestors of these scums didnt even resisted for long and gave up like the bun and butter.

Afghans have history to be proud of unlike these daalkhors who still name their imported prized possessions on Afghan warriors. Deep down they know that on level playing field, these degenerated dont stand a chance against afghans

Afghans have nobody else to blame but themselves

If they cannot see and understand Pakistani intentions to rule over Afghanistan , then they deserve to suffer
 

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Afghans have nobody else to blame but themselves

If they cannot see and understand Pakistani intentions to rule over Afghanistan , then they deserve to suffer
Sorry to say that but most Pashtuns are emotional and stupid who can easily be persuaded by opportunists for their own gain.
Thats why Talibans are killing their fellow pashtuns,Taziks, uzbek,Hazara Afghans under the influence and brainwashing by punjabis wolves.Even the bougie of Foreign invaders is no more now. And I highly doubt their intellectual capacity to even understand that.
Mind you every country has domionant majority of emotional fools. but they are balanced out and guided by some calmer heads. A balance is essential for any country to survive. Too much agression is recipie of disaster. similarly too much pacifism too is equally harmful.

As some wise Pakee general recently said rightly that "Afghanistan is a graveyard of Empires. And focus should be on Graveyard". Its a graveyard thanks to tribal pashtuns aka talibs. even Progressive pashtun groups from across the border like PTM, ANP etc hate them for what they are doing with afghanistan and KPK since decades.
 
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STEPHEN COHEN

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Sorry to say that but most Pashtuns are emotional and stupid who can easily be persuaded by opportunists for their own gain.
Thats why Talibans are killing their fellow pashtuns,Taziks, uzbek,Hazara Afghans under the influence and brainwashing by punjabis wolves.Even the bougie of Foreign invaders is no more now. And I highly doubt their intellectual capacity to even understand that.
Mind you every country has domionant majority of emotional fools. but they are balanced out and guided by some calmer heads. A balance is essential for any country to survive. Too much agression is recipie of disaster. similarly too much pacifism too is equally harmful.

As some wise Pakee general recently said rightly that "Afghanistan is a graveyard of Empires. And focus should be on Graveyard". Its a graveyard thanks to tribal pashtuns aka talibs. even Progressive pashtun groups from across the border like PTM, ANP etc hate them for what they are doing with afghanistan and KPK since decades.

Afghanistan needs a mass uprising against the Taliban

Infact the Women should come together and Rebel , they need to pick up Guns

That will force the men to Act

There is no point in living like Slaves and Animals under a Taliban rule
 
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