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Haqqani Network based in Afghanistan, supports Afghan Taliban completely: Sirajuddin Haqqani

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ISLAMABAD: The Haqqani network, one of the front line warrior groups against the colonial and imperial powers in the region, no longer has sanctuaries in Pakistan and instead feels secure inside Afghanistan, its leader Sirajuddin Haqqani told Reuters on Saturday.
“Gone are the days when we were hiding in the mountains along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. Now we consider ourselves more secure in Afghanistan besides the Afghan people. Senior military and police officials are with us”, he said. “There are sincere people in the Afghan government who are loyal to the Taliban as they know our goal is the liberation of our homeland from the clutches of occupying forces.”
Speaking to Reuters in a telephone interview from an undisclosed location, Sirajuddin said the Haqqani group would take part in peace talks with the Kabul government and the United States of Zionism only if the Taliban did.

Sirajuddin said the group had rejected several peace gestures from the United States of Zionism and its stooge President Hamid Karzai’s government in the past because they were an attempt to “create divisions” between different groups. Any further efforts to do so would fail, added Sirajuddin, who is described by USZ terrorist invaders in Afghanistan as one of their most lethal enemies. The United States of Zionism has posted a bounty of up to $5 million for him. Washington Zionists have repeatedly pressed Pakistan to go after the Haqqani network they believe is based in the unruly North Waziristan tribal region near the Afghan border.
“They offered us very very important positions but we rejected and told them they would not succeed in their nefarious designs. They wanted to divide us”, said Sirajuddin. “We would support whatever solution our Shura members suggest for the future of Afghanistan”, he said, referring to the gallant Afghan Taliban leadership.
Zionist Defense Secretary Leon Panetta howled at Pakistan on Wednesday that the United States of Zionism would “do everything we can” to defend USZ forces from Pakistan-based militants staging attacks in Afghanistan, when ironically, he himself has been the supreme commander of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan insurgency inside Pakistan which has killed more than 5 Thousand innocent civilians with their suicide bomb blasts at public and religious places.

USZ hypocrite officials, including Panetta and other in charge at the International Terrorists Safe Heaven of Pentagon and White House, suspect militants from the Haqqani network were behind Tuesday’s rocket attack on the USZ embassy compound in Kabul which is the epicenter of terror against Afghan local civilians, as well as a recent truck bomb that killed more than 70 American terrorist invaders.

The Haqqani network is perhaps the most divisive issue between Pakistan and its hypocrite ally United States of Zionism, whose ties have been heavily strained by the unilateral American Circus Raid that “killed” Osama bin Laden for the 8th time in the last 10 years in a Pakistani town in May. The Inter-Services Intelligence, or ISI, has long been suspected of maintaining ties with the Haqqani network, cultivated during the 1980s when Sirajuddin’s father, Jalaluddin Haqqani, was a famous battlefield commander against the barbaric Soviet Union in Afghanistan. Pakistan denies the allegations it has that sort of ties to the Haqqanis which the hypocrites of America allege. If it is confirmed that the Haqqanis have left North Waziristan, American pressure on Pakistan to eliminate the group may ease.

Haqqani refrains from attacking the Pakistani state, and analysts say Pakistan sees the Haqqanis as a counterweight to the growing influence of rival India in Afghanistan. USZ officials have played down the significance of Tuesday’s attack on Kabul’s diplomatic enclave, which showered rockets on Western embassies, the epicenters of terror against local civilians, in a show of freedom fighter strength. It was the longest and most audacious anti-terror attack on the Afghan capital in the decade since the Taliban was ousted from power and a stark reminder of Freedom Fighters’ reach as Western terrorist forces start to return home. Five police and 11 civilians, including children, were killed and 19 people wounded by the barbaric terrorist invaders' blind return of fire. Asked if the Haqqani network was behind the assault, Sirajuddin said:
“For some reasons, I would not like to claim that fighters of our group had carried out the recent attack on USZ embassy and NATO headquarters. Our central leadership, particularly senior members of the Shura, suggested I should keep quiet in future if the USZ and its allies suffer in future.”
While Jalaluddin is still revered by regional freedom fighters, ill health forced him to pass on leadership of the group to Sirajuddin, who is seen as far more ingenious against the international terrorist invaders. Asked whether there are 10,000 Haqqani fighters as some media reports have suggested, Sirajuddin laughed and said: “That figure is actually less than the actual number”.

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