By Jamshed & Jamshed
Evidently Osama Bin Laden was agent provocateur and proxy of CIA. He was launched in Afghanistan to establish Al Qaida network along with Black-Waters. In 2000-01 he was located in Tora Bora, a hilly terrain in close proximity of Pak-Afghan border. The US Forces / CIA authorities ignored the apprehension of Osama Bin Laden on the pretext that he will be apprehended at an opportune moment. The moment was to celebrate US Forces victory in Afghanistan, chanting false slogans of victory and retreat to make US citizens happy and make room for Obama to win elections. That opportune moment was later transpire as the drama of Osama Bin Laden’s apprehension from Pakistan (Abbottabad operation). The whole drama was orchestrated by US while no proof or evidence brought forth the world; nobody saw the dead body of Osama Bin Laden even after the culmination of this whole dramatized-operation.
Although American President George W. Bush and President Barrack Obama played their roles in encouraging ‘Christian Taliban’ in the aftermath of the orchestrated drama of the September 11 tragedy, yet the US fanatic President Donald Trump has broken their records by creating and leading the ‘Christian Taliban’. Like the Christianity, Islam is a religion of peace and does not permit acts of terrorism such as bomb blasts suicide attacks etc. But, the Holocaust warriors-American Zionist Jews and American typical Christians who created Jihadist outfits are misguiding the international community by equating the ideology of Islam with terrorism. Control of these Jews on the mainstream media houses of the world is so strong that terms such as Islamic militants, Jihadist groups and holy warriors (Mujahedeen) have become popular. While reporting regarding global and regional events of terrorism, they do not use the terms like ‘Christian Taliban’ or Christian militants. Everyone knows that Al-Qaeda and Afghan Taliban were created by the American CIA to fight against the former Soviet Union in Afghanistan.
In order to win the US presidential election, President Donald Trump manipulated various terror assaults of Europe and America, shifting the blame game towards the Muslims. Trump used each terror assault of Europe and the shooting at San Bernardino, California in fueling anti-Muslim racialism in America and to get the sympathies of a majority of the ordinary Americans. More he exploited the threat of Islamic militants and so-called threat of Islamophobia, the more popularity he got among general masses of America, who have been impressed by his stereotypes.
Since Donald Trump became the president of the United States, his emotional, contradictory and extremist policies have resulted into negative impact on the US and world. Taking note of his flawed internal and external policies, some Americans call him a stick man, while some call him a erratic. However, America is witnessing an unusual cataclysm under unbridled unleashing of “Trumpism”. President Donald Trump’s erratic behavior has continued unabated with discourteous questions like “Is President a crazy person?—are flooding some sections of international media.
While, President Trump’s approval rating generally lagged well behind his predecessors with NBC News, Wall Street Journal poll, indicating him at 43 percent with 53 percent continue to disapprove Trump’s performance. On the moral front, the American media has been unreservedly commenting about the colorful personality of the President Trump. In this regard, a wider coverage was extended to fifteen women alleging Donald Trump for sexual harassment. According to another story, an adult movie star Stormy Daniels (who reportedly had an affair with Trump before he ascended to the US presidency) filed a lawsuit against Trump, alleging that he and his attorney Michael Cohen “aggressively sought to silence” her when she planned to make her story public in late 2016. In a very fresh sensation, Karen McDougal (former model) filed a lawsuit to get out of her 2016 non-disclosure agreement, becoming the second woman accusing the president or his allies of trying to bury news about a Trump extramarital affair.
Against the backdrop Sir Trump made false claims of Osama Bin Laden presence in Pakistan. With regard to Pakistan, Trump has exhibited a threatening posture using queer tweets and frequent “do more” mantra to supplicate strategic “coup de foudre” with India. As the conflict in Afghanistan drags on, Trump has increased the number of US troops to 14,000 and cut off aid to Pakistan, pressurizing the latter, if it does not do more to support the US plan meant for Afghanistan. It is quite strange that Pakistan’s contribution in the Global War on Terror and successes in the military operations “Zarb-e-Azb” and “Radd-u-Fassad” are acknowledged by the American military commanders in Afghanistan, however, they frequently use the “do more” phrase. Particularly, President Trump’s tweet on the eve of the New Year, followed by “do more” rhetoric and visits of the American top officials to Islamabad, indicate that American leadership is unwilling to lose Islamabad—strangulating approach in near future.
In this connection, Pakistan’s media must generate a debate over Pak-American bumpy relations with focus on Pakistan’s sacrifices in relation to War on Terror, and country’s endeavours—accommodative attempts to bring peace in Pakistan as well as Afghanistan. On prolonged Afghan conflict, international community needs to be conveyed that if the US-led military alliance of 46 countries could not stem the tide of insurgency in Afghanistan after spending almost one trillion dollars over a period of 16 years, what do they expect from Pakistan?
In this regard, President Donald Trump stated in his tweet on January 1, this year, “The US has foolishly given Pakistan more than $33 billion in aid over the last 15 years, and they have given us nothing but lies and deceit, thinking of our leaders as fools. They give safe haven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help. No morel” Taking cognizance of the latest tweet of the President Trump, Pakistan’s civil and military leaders, including all the mainstream political parties came united against the US aggressive stance against the country and offered a stark response to Trump’s false accusations. A high level meeting of National Security Committee (NSC), which included senior civil-military leaders, was held on January 2, this year to discuss US President Donald Trump’s latest allegations about Pakistan. Similarly, on January 4, 2017, the in-camera session of Parliamentary Committee on National Security was convened under the chairmanship of Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq in which all parties’ parliamentary leaders participated.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan critically reacted to the remarks of President Trump regarding Pakistan saying, “Trump’s false assertions add insult to the injury Pak has suffered in US WoT in terms of lives lost & destabilised & economic costs. He needs to be informed about historical facts. Pak has suffered enough fighting US’s war. Now we will do what is best for our people & our interests.” Putting the records straight in a loud and clear manner saying, “record needs to be put straight on Mr Trump’s tirade against Pakistan: 1. No Pakistani was involved in 9/11 but Pak decided to participate in US War on Terror. 2. Pakistan suffered 75,000 casualties in this war & over $123 bn was lost to economy. US “aid” was a miniscule $20 bn. 3. Our tribal areas were devastated & millions of ppl uprooted from their homes. The war drastically impacted lives of ordinary Pakistanis. 4. Pak continues to provide free lines of ground & air communications (GLOCs/ALOCs).Can Mr Trump name another ally that gave such sacrifices?”
Particularly, Israeli secret agency Mossad had also provided President Trump with an opportunity to manipulate various terror assaults of Europe and America to win the US presidential election and to reunite America and Europe, as a rift was created between America and its Western allies, especially Europe on a number of issues. President Trump had left no stone unturned in exploiting these terror attacks by speaking openly against the Muslims and Syrian immigrants. Trump had started exaggerating the threat of Islam phobia, while, some incidents were not linked to the Islamic state group (also known Daesh, ISIS and ISIL), but were the result of self-radicalization of the individuals.