MIXED SIGNALS FROM THE CRIMINAL MULLAHS
Pakistanis must know that they are not only facing an ‘existential threat’ but a DO OR DIE situation NOW.
While the Pakistan parliament adjourned yesterday with clearly positive decisions, the criminal Mullah brigade is busy sending mixed signals to the nation. “Taliban are right in demanding Shari’ah,” they maintain. They keep accusing the government of not doing enough for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the region. “The army must not take action even if there is a risk of a single person getting caught in the crossfire,” they say. [Obviously, this is superficially a compassionate, but practically an impossible strategy.] Instead of boosting morale, Mullahs like Fazlur Rahman Diesel are, in all urgency, branding the highly effective army action a “failure”.
Hardly any Mullah tells people what the Taliban’s barbaric Shari’ah is and seldom anyone of them denounces suicide bombing and random explosions openly. Is it conceivable that some Mullahs right here in the USA would call them “martyrdom operators?” Of course it is inconceivable, but unfortunately it is true. (We would not give them free publicity by naming their publications here.)
Barrister Aitizaz Ahsan has correctly suggested that videos of the countless atrocities committed by the terrorists should be shown on TV networks as daily reminders to the people of Pakistan. I also suggest that the gallant generosity of the people of Pakistan toward the displaced population must be highlighted every day.
I cannot think of any country in the world whose people would host about 80 per cent of the IDPs in their own homes although most of the Ansaar (Helpers) are not wealthy enough. Less than 20 per cent of the immigrants are going to the camps set up by the government and philanthropic individuals and organizations. This reminds me of the brotherhood created by the exalted prophet between the immigrants (Muhajireen) from Makkah and their hosts (Ansaar) in Madinah.
59:9 Also true are those who resided in the city (Madinah) before them and attained faith. They love those who immigrated to them, and find no hesitation in their hearts in helping them. They give them preference over themselves, even though poverty be their own lot. And whoever is saved from greediness of the heart, such are the ones who truly prosper.
9:100 The foremost among the emigrants and the helpers, as well as those who followed them in noble deeds: God’s will is in harmony with them and their will in harmony with Him. He has made ready for them the evergreen Gardens, wherein they will abide eternally. This is the Supreme Triumph. [Muhaajireen = Emigrants (from Makkah). Ansaar = Those who hosted them (in Madinah). Radhi-Allahu ’anhum wa radhu ‘Anh also translates as, “God is well-pleased with them and they are well-pleased with Him.”]
4:75 What has happened to you that you do not fight in the cause of God? Defenseless men, women, and children are being oppressed and crying, “Our Lord! Rescue us from this town whose people are oppressors, and raise for us protectors and helpers.” [God does not fight in person, nor does He send His armies or angels in physical form. 22:39]
4:76 Those who believe fight in the cause of God (against persecution or in self-defense … benign aggression). But the unbelievers fight in the cause of Taaghoot (tyrannical, aggressive forces … malignant aggression). So fight against those friends of the devil. The devil’s strategy is ever weak. [Taaghoot = False gods = Tyrants = Oppressors = Deceptive clergy = Oppressive systems = Those who play god]
The government, beyond doubt, is using all its resources to make life as comfortable for them as possible. The country must be grateful to all NGOs, the UNO and foreign support to the afflicted innocents. The nation must honor the brave soldiers who are sacrificing their lives to protect the citizens and save the country.
Here are the salient “features” of the Wahhabi-Taliban-Terrorist Shari’ah again. It was posted on our website by the Taliban spokesman, Muslim Khan.
Needs editing. Please read this again tomorrow.