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#31 [Permalink] Posted on 23rd May 2020 01:22
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May Allah سبحانه وتعالى raise his rank. I can now see why the powers that be would have wanted to stifle his voice forever. Twenty years on, is there anyone who can stand up and say what Mufti Sahab (rh) said back then?
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#32 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2020 13:55
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Eye opening.

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#33 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2020 14:55
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Salaam shaikh,

Can you please post a short English summary.
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#34 [Permalink] Posted on 25th May 2020 10:45
It is "almost inevitable" that India will attack Pakistan. It is because Indian economy is in tatters and the general mood in India is dismal. The only way for Hindutva is to rise is to capture parts of Pakistan.

India will attack AJK (Azad Jammu & Kashmir) and GB (Gligit-Baltistan), Pakistan and China know that and that's why China is creating distractions in Ladakh.

India has massive conventional superiority and they will try to push their superiority across the mountains. When the conventional attack comes from India, the dynamics of war will change so quickly that nobody will be able to control it and it may not remain conventional.

The writing is on the wall and Terrorist Proxies are just a Trailer for the main event to start.
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#35 [Permalink] Posted on 25th May 2020 14:22
At this point, Pakistan's foreign policy towards India should be the tagline "barking dogs seldom bite". Goad them a little into attacking Pakistan. This mushrikeen versus Muslims showdown is 1400 years in the making.
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#36 [Permalink] Posted on 25th May 2020 15:25
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Rabid Dogs bite everyone.

Modi will attack because he is delusional and senseless.

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#37 [Permalink] Posted on 25th May 2020 18:44
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You never know when the dog stop barking and start biting , so better be careful :)
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#38 [Permalink] Posted on 26th May 2020 01:37
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Modi will need to create a provocation. What do you think this provocation will be? There is no way the international community will allow a unilateral unprovoked assault on Pakistan. This is especially so because the Indian economy is not booming.

If India had a booming economy then we know that world powers would not interfere in any flexing of Indian military power because of investments in the growing economy. China is in a bit of bind because of both internal and external pressure due to the perceived mishandling of the pandemic in the initial stages. China seems to also be in search of a limited military engagement with India to shore up nationalistic feelings domestically to tide over the growing restlessness against the Communist Party.

This being an election year, the US might also be looking for a way to humiliate China so that Trump might have something to gloat over in his reelection bid.
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#39 [Permalink] Posted on 26th May 2020 09:58
The body language here is:

1. Minimum action
2. Minimum damage.
3. Wide publicity.
4. Create a hero
5. Chest thumping.

All the sufferings are forgotten or forgiven. Hero is back.
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#40 [Permalink] Posted on 26th May 2020 14:18
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When it comes to affairs in Afghanistan the west as well as India media reports as if the things are happening according to US plans or according to what India thinks.

The reality is entirely different.

What Abbas Stanekzai is telling in his statement is entirely different.

He is saying that so far India has been always supporting US puppet governments in Afghanistan (and they, the Taliban, do not approve it, let alone like it). Yet the Taliban are still ready to have a dialogue with India and work out a working relationship with India.

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#41 [Permalink] Posted on 26th May 2020 14:50
Kashmir: Militancy Changed Dynamics

In the 1980s and 1990, the (rebel) Political movement and the militancy was most certainly Pro-Pakistan. It was recruited, trained, supported and supplied by Pakistan.

Deobandees and Ahl-e-Hadeeth being the major "religious" players.

Benazir Bhutto and Parvaiz Musharraf tried to get friendly with India and killed the "Khalistan" and "Kashmir" movement by taking 3 steps:

  1. Providing Intel to India
  2. Shutting down (Pakistani) Deobandees and Ahl-e-Hadeeth Jihadi organisations
  3. Allowing India to fence the border


This was a game changer and as an olive branch Indian PM (Vajpayee) visited Pakistan and there were some overtures because Khalistan and Kashmir movements both died (or so thought both India and Pakistan).

With the victory of Taliban in Afghanistan, people of Kashmir have realised that:

  1. Token support from Pakistan has not and will not work
  2. Taliban have been able to subdue America which is far bigger then India so they can also do that.


As a result, you saw Burhan Wani (and others) openly criticising Pakistan and saying "Jihad" is for the sake of Allah Ta'ala. The US Think tanks began to warn India from 2016 that this is a "new phase" in militancy.

Al-Qaeda shifted operations to Assam and Kerala and began to heavily recruit Indians.

In 2020, Al'Qaeada officially changed the name of their magazine to "Ghazwatul-Hind" and the first volume was devoted to Kashmir

The second edition (this month) is also about "Ghazwatul-Hind" and Kashmir. The militancy in Kashmir in no longer financed by Pakistan but ISI will be happy to "lend support" in critical areas.

The fact that "militants" are killing Indian Special Forces and capturing weapons with impunity shows that these are battle hardened well trained people.

Sooner or later, this will spread throughout India with Assam (not Kashmir) and Kerala being the epicentres because the heavy lifting of Terrorism will be done by "Indians" and not Kashmirees.

It is only a matter of time before a major Terrorist Attack happens inside India by native Indian Muslims. Pakistan will be blamed and some say that it will be a false-flag it may be or may not be. BJP Government will have no choice but to attack Pakistan.

Indian Muslims will not remain docile for too long, they are desperate and have no where to turn to. Indian Government has used Deobandees and Barelwees to control the masses of Indian Muslims but the new generation of Indian Muslims no longer listens to Ulama and they can judge the situation for themselves.
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#42 [Permalink] Posted on 26th May 2020 15:37
The PFI in Kerala will not operate outside the bounds of the Indian constitution. Indian intelligence does not report any significant support for militancy outside Kashmir.

If Pakistan is not funding the Kashmir militancy then where is the money coming from?
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#43 [Permalink] Posted on 26th May 2020 15:43
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Al-Qaeda is self-sufficient. I am not talking about PFI, I am talking about Al-Qaeda
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