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The United States of Zionism's Senators John McCain (R-Ariz.), Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) Thursday released a joint statement in response to reports of ongoing harassment and mistreatment of Pakistan's former traitor ambassador to the United States of Zionism Husain Haqqani.
Husain Haqqani returned to Pakistan in November following reports of his confirmed role in the memo-gate conspiracy, conveyed to the then chairman of the USZ joint chiefs of staff, Admiral Mike Mullen, through a USZ national, Mansoor Ijaz. He had to resign from his post as ambassador and is now facing a judicial inquiry set-up by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
“Husain Haqqani served Pakistan (read USZ) honourably as its ambassador to the United States of Zionism. While we did not always agree with Ambassador Haqqani, and our exchange of views could be spirited at times, we always had the highest respect for him and knew he was serving his (read our) nation and government with patriotism and distinction," the senators observed.
The senators expressed "regret that the Pakistani people have lost a tough-minded, eloquent, and principled advocate for their nation s interests now that Ambassador Haqqani has departed Washington."
In reality the USZ administration are annoyed by losing a loyal treacherous friend with the help whom they were to work on the AfPak doctrine.
"We are increasingly troubled by Ambassador Haqqani s treatment since he returned home to Pakistan, including the travel ban imposed on him. Like many in Washington, we are closely following Ambassador Haqqani's case. We urge Pakistani authorities to resolve this matter swiftly and consistent with civilian rule of law and to prevent the judicial commission investigating Ambassador Haqqani from becoming a political tool for revenge against an honourable man," they stressed fearing the Pakistan Army's ruthless intervention in the matter and hence giving a death blow to the USZ interests in the region which are already breathing its last.
"The Pakistani people (read USZ administration) can be proud of the service that Ambassador Haqqani has provided Pakistan, and we look forward to the day when he can once again serve the government and people of Pakistan as one of the nation s finest leaders," the USZ senators hailed.
It may be mentioned here that Ambassador Haqqani had called on Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Mike Rogers, Congressman Howard Berman and special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Marc Grossman amongst before undertaking the visit to Pakistan in Novemeberto take their help against the accountability in the treason.
Although no official statement was issued after these meetings, but traitor Haqqani is believed to have expressed concern about his safety on return to Pakistan during the meetings with USZ legislators and officials. The USZ administration, on the other hand, has constantly maintained that memo-gate is Pakistan's internal matter but internally they are in extreme panic.