The CIA has been working since its inception on a variety of intelligence warfare techniques.Thus having failed to urge, cajole or even coerce Pakistan into starting military operations in the NWA, the US has tried this indirect approach. It has created an environment within Pakistan where the main civil society and the international opinion are generating tremendous pressures on its Government to take the fight to the militants in particular, in the NWA. Generals Allen and Dempsey pressurizing General Kayani for an unwanted offensive in North Waziristan —> sudden new wave of terrorist attack “traced to TTP militants” and finally —> attack on Malala and classfellows, out of nowhere a minister traces the leads to North Waziristan, exactly where the Pentagon and Langley want Pakistani forces in.US demanded an immediate launch of NWA operation.
The CIA-backed TTP based in Nuristan, Kunar and Khost regions of Afghanistan regularly infiltrate into Pakistan under the knowledge of NATO-ISAF to spread terrorism and panic in the country.
Did the American military ever explain why it withdrew from Nuristan, after the disastrous "battle of Wanat" in 2008? The retreat created a large "safe haven" in Eastern Afghanistan, which has enabled the Swat Taliban to mass hundreds of fighters and to stage disastrous attacks upon Swat with near impunity.CIA made untouchable "sanctuaries" in Nuristan and Kunar Afghanistan.The struggle against the murderous Pakistani Taliban, who hide safely in Nuristan's caves and rugged mountains, is another of America's "simulated wars," If civilization manages to survive this deadly epoch that American War mongers have laid-out, then American war criminals will one day be brought to justice for these deep crimes against humanity. Modern American leaders are a dark stain on the soul of America.
An Afghan security source who asked not to be named said that there were “reports that Fazlullah was in Kamdesh or Chapa Dara” – two districts in the border provinces of Nuristan and Kunar.There are also reports of Fazlullah being in Nuristan’s Kamdesh district, where one US post was nearly over-run by insurgents in 2009.Asked if any action was planned against Fazlullah, the US military in Afghanistan declined to comment.
Later Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik says planning to target Malala Yousufzai was prepared in Afghanistan and one of the assailants has been identified.
Pakistan has repeatedly asked US to end the safe havens of TTP Terrorists, who raid Pakistan to capture and butcher our soldiers and kill our civilians, like Malala. But US Army and CIA refuse to do so.Pakistan wants Afghanistan to hand over Mullah Fazlullah, Grossman was told that Mullah Fazlullah was involved in the attack on Malala Yousafzai and that the US should employ its influence towards the extradition of Fazlullah. The demand was made by Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar during her meeting with US special envoy to Pakistan and Afghanistan, Mark Grossman.
Labour peer desperately tries to defend the CIA and RAW backed Tehreek e Taliban e Pakistan (TTP), Lord Ahmed said Schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai could be victim of Zardari government plot to discredit the Taliban.The Taliban(TTP) claimed responsibility for trying to kill the schoolgirl and later said it would try again.By Duncan Gardham
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It was on June 25, 2012, that a spokesman for the Fazlullah group had admitted for the first time using Afghanistan as a springboard to launch attacks on the Pakistani security forces. Pakistani military authorities subsequently approached their US counterparts as well as the military commanders of the Nato forces stationed in Afghanistan, seeking the arrest of Fazlullah and the elimination of his hideouts.
Malala Sok daa?
A 14-year-old Pakistani girl Malala Yousafzai had campaigned for girls' education and was nominated for an international peace prize.She won international recognition for highlighting Taliban atrocities in Swat with a blog for the BBC three years ago, when Islamist militants burned girls' schools and terrorized the valley.
Malala received the first-ever national peace award from the Pakistani government last year, and was nominated for the International Children'sPeace Prize by advocacy group KidsRights Foundation in 2011.
“Malala is a role model not only for your country, but for our world”, the Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon
said of Malala, adding that education is a fundamental right for all.
Malala’s Diary Entry(The diary first appeared on BBC Urdu online.)Private schools in Pakistan’s troubled north-western Swat district have been ordered to close in a Taleban edict banning girls’ education. Militants seeking to impose their austere interpretation of Sharia law have destroyed about 150 schools in the past year. Five more were blown up despite a government pledge to safeguard education, it was reported on Monday. Here a seventh grade schoolgirl from Swat chronicles how the ban has affected her and her classmates.
The Taleban have repeatedly targeted schools in Swat
THURSDAY JANUARY 15: NIGHT FILLED WITH ARTILLERY FIREThe night was filled with the noise of artillery fire and I woke up three times. But since there was no school I got up later at 10 am. Afterwards, my friend came over and we discussed our homework.
Today, I also read the diary written for the BBC (in Urdu) and published in the newspaper. My mother liked my pen name ‘Gul Makai’ and said to my father ‘why not change her name to Gul Makai?’ I also like the name because my real name means ‘grief stricken’.
My father said that some days ago someone brought the printout of this diary saying how wonderful it was. My father said that he smiled but could not even say that it was written by his daughter.
This time round, the girls were not too excited about vacations because they knew if the Taleban implemented their edict they would not be able to come to school again. Some girls were optimistic that the schools would reopen in February but others said that their parents had decided to shift from Swat and go to other cities for the sake of their education.
Since today was the last day of our school, we decided to play in the playground a bit longer. I am of the view that the school will one day reopen but while leaving I looked at the building as if I would not come here again.
FRIDAY 9 JANUARY: THE MAULANA GOES ON LEAVE?Today at school I told my friends about my trip to Bunair. They said that they were sick and tired of hearing the Bunair story. We discussed the rumours about the death of Maulana Shah Dauran, who used to give speeches on FM radio. He was the one who announced the ban on girls attending school.
Some girls said that he was dead but others disagreed. The rumours of his death are circulating because he did not deliver a speech the night before on FM radio. One girl said that he had gone on leave.
Since there was no tuition on Friday, I played the whole afternoon. I switched on the TV in the evening and heard about the blasts in Lahore. I said to myself ‘why do these blasts keep happening in Pakistan?’
WEDNESDAY 7 JANUARY: NO FIRING OR FEARI have come to Bunair to spend Muharram (a Muslim holiday) on vacation. I adore Bunair because of its mountains and lush green fields. My Swat is also very beautiful but there is no peace. But in Bunair there is peace and tranquillity. Neither is there any firing nor any fear. We all are very happy.
Today we went to Pir Baba mausoleum and there were lots of people there. People are here to pray while we are here for an excursion. There are shops selling bangles, ear rings, lockets and other artificial jewellery. I thought of buying something but nothing impressed – my mother bought ear rings and bangles.
Swat has been a centre of militant activity
I came back from school and had tuition sessions after lunch. In the evening I switched on the TV and heard that curfew had been lifted from Shakardra after 15 days. I was happy to hear that because our English teacher lived in the area and she might be coming to school now.
SUNDAY 4 JANUARY: I HAVE TO GO TO SCHOOLToday is a holiday and I woke up late, around 10 am. I heard my father talking about another three bodies lying at Green Chowk (crossing). I felt bad on hearing this news. Before the launch of the military operation we all used to go to Marghazar, Fiza Ghat and Kanju for picnics on Sundays. But now the situation is such that we have not been out on picnic for over a year and a half.
We also used to go for a walk after dinner but now we are back home before sunset. Today I did some household chores, my homework and played with my brother. But my heart was beating fast – as I have to go to school tomorrow.
SATURDAY 3 JANUARY: I AM AFRAIDI had a terrible dream yesterday with military helicopters and the Taleban. I have had such dreams since the launch of the military operation in Swat. My mother made me breakfast and I went off to school. I was afraid going to school because the Taleban had issued an edict banning all girls from attending schools.Only 11 students attended the class out of 27. The number decreased because of Taleban’s edict. My three friends have shifted to Peshawar, Lahore and Rawalpindi with their families after this edict.
On my way from school to home I heard a man saying ‘I will kill you’. I hastened my pace and after a while I looked back if the man was still coming behind me. But to my utter relief he was talking on his mobile and must have been threatening someone else over the phone.
Malala’s incident has demonstrated that the only counter to the militants is not a bullet. It is education and awareness, it is realization and recognition; it is unity and agreement. May Pakistan live long.
I hope and pray that Malala, her friends and all other victims of CIA terrorism recover soon.
Malala Yousufzai is seen with her father Ziauddin and her two younger brothers Khushal Khan and Atal Khan (R), as she recuperates at the The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, in this photograph taken October 25, 2012 and released October 26, 2012.
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- Malala Yousafzai is one more Pakistani whose story symbolises this nation’s resilience, talent and strength.(AQ)