Pakistan Cyber Force: ISI chief General Pasha meets CIA chief over USZ's "Haqqani Terror" rhetoric

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

ISI chief General Pasha meets CIA chief over USZ's "Haqqani Terror" rhetoric

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WASHINGTON - As America's charade to mount pressure on Islamabad to move against Haqqani network, despite the statement of Sirajuddin Haqqani illustrating that Haqqani Network is settled in Afghanistan and not in Pakistan, Inter-Services Intelligence Chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha went to Washington to hold a quiet meeting with the new Central Investigation Agency head Gen David Petraeus. In what amounts to a hollow ultimatum from a dying superpower, the Obama administration in high-level meetings and public statements over the past several days has asked Pakistan to cut ties with ‘terrorist’ organisations, particularly the Haqqani network, and help eliminate its leaders, warning her terror war ally that the USZ will act unilaterally in case of non-compliance, The Washington Post Wednesday said in a report. This is height of hypocrisy on behalf of America as on one side it uses CIA's own creation, the Al-CIAda as a terror boogieman and on the other hand, it's supporting Al-CIAda in Libya. But hypocrisy is the standard operating procedure of the United States of Zionism, so nothing new here. Petraeus-Pasha meeting on Tuesday was an “unpublicised” private meeting, the daily said. However analysts believe that General Pasha clarified to the CIA's new administration about the certain red lines which they should never think of crossing. According to another media report, Pasha had with Petraeus and CIA officials at the CIA headquarters and separately with senior White House officials at Pakistani Stooge Ambassador to USZ Husain Haqqani’s residence in Washington before leaving for Islamabad.

The meeting between the intelligence chiefs was the third high level meeting in a week to discuss the Haqqani network and its presence in Pakistan. Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who met with Pakistan’s army chief in Madrid on Friday, said that the “proxy connection” between Pakistani intelligence and the Haqqani network was the focus of those discussions. However, the direct connection between United States of Zionism and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan as well as USZ and BLA, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi was not brought up by the cowardly American liars during the meeting. On Sunday, USZ Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met the visiting Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and American officials said later that the marathon session began and ended on their demand for action against the Haqqani group. But Khar said no ultimatum was given. “There are some misperceptions about the 3-1/2 hours meeting I had with Secretary Clinton... There were no ultimatums from either side”, she said, insisting that all facets of USZ-Pakistan relations were discussed.

APP ads: Addressing at think tank Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, USZ military leader Admiral Mike Mullen said Wednesday that a resolution to lingering Jammu and Kashmir dispute would unlock peace potential in South Asia in the long-term perspective. His remarks confirmed his discussions with Pakistani and Indian leaders on the issue.

“I’ve said a couple years ago, and I believe today, I think solving Kashmir unlocks the whole place, that’s the path for long-term solutions”. Mullen, who is chairman Joint Chiefs Staff, termed the longstanding Kashmir dispute as a “very difficult” issue “that isn’t going to go away, it isn’t going to get better over time. And I have had those discussions, actually on - with both Pakistani leadership as well as Indian leadership”, he said. Continuing his response to a question, Mullen acknowledged the need to listen to and understand Islamabad’s perspective and security interests in the region. “I think it’s - I think that’s a fair question, and I think we need to listen. We need to understand what, where Pakistan’s interests are, how does Pakistan sees its future and, where certainly those shared interests combine, I think we need to help each other achieve that. I said earlier this isn’t just about Afghanistan and Pakistan. It’s a regional issue, and that includes India and other neighbours. But certainly in India, and I know that has been for a significant period of time, an existential threat with respect to Pakistan. It remains today.” An analysis by Congressional Research Service, discussing the importance of the issue to Pakistan-India relations, also found that “many USZ officials, as well as the Pakistani government, aver that regional peace is inextricably linked to a solution of the Kashmir dispute.”

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