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El Sidd

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"An intelligent enemy is better than a stupid friend".

Has America decided which category Pakistan falls into?
How could any retard deny the absolute Super Power of her time, back in 2001, especially when the Super Power's ego had been hit and when she was hell bent on revenge and on crushing whomever was in the way. How many countries could have refused the US demand, especially 3rd world country with severe financial crisis?

We would never get to know the answer to this.

Pakistan was never considered to be part of axis of evil.

Half of the people say it was civil war while half say it was WoT.
 

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Its the second hard hitting statement coming from PMIK in the matter of days. First to Chinese media and now this.

Gloves are off, finally?
 
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I think the diplomatic gloves are off,
that train has long left the station.

The grouping is simple and obvious, West and her allies Vs China and hers.
Russia, will stay out for now, watch and play for time until such time they need to commit.


has Pakistan explored legal means to prosecute this alleged terrorist in the UK? Pakistan frequently lament that FATA and NWFP are lawless lands outside the writ of Islamabad - is the same true of the UK? There would've been no need for Pakistan to sanction drone strike on its own citizens on its own soil if Pakistan could prosecute its own citizens when they commit a crime.

I said this before your PM is a noob. He will get owned big time internationally to the detriment of your nation.His intentions are honourable but the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
 

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Something that we have been hearing since our childhood "An intelligent enemy is better than a stupid friend".

And I doubt IK is even a friend. How could any retard deny the absolute Super Power of her time, back in 2001, especially when the Super Power's ego had been hit and when she was hell bent on revenge and on crushing whomever was in the way. How many countries could have refused the US demand, especially 3rd world country with severe financial crisis?

led by coward Musharaf who support bastard Altaf he supported "supa powa" and destroyed the country! how was supporting usa at that a good thing!
 

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I think the diplomatic gloves are off,
that train has long left the station.

The grouping is simple and obvious, West and her allies Vs China and hers.
Russia, will stay out for now, watch and play for time until such time they need to commit.

Russia is already in the game and is totally standing with China. The war is already going on. It wont be direct , war has changed its form , its cyber, space , economy , and third ground proxies/militia . Super powers never fight directly.
 

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Love IK for his courage and straight forward attitude. We should get his DNA checked . He doesn't act and talk like other Pakistani leaders which we are used to see for our entire history. Through out our history the nation has been fed by it's every ruler that if we go against the western interests we will be thrashed. Compare all the previous rulers like Nawaz, Musharaf, Zardari with IK and IK is far far better and daring.

I absolutely concur.
 

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What I would like to add here that PMIK must be protected by ALL MEANS NECESSARY, from all realms, even pre-emptively on the slight sign of trouble, even in foreign lands, black ops one would say.

Just not for the sake of Pakistan, but for world peace. No reminder is needed as to what triggered WW1. World is now more polarised and armed with some nasty stuff (Pakistan included).

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Really? Many times? then it should be easy for you to provide sufficient details of instances where the Pakistan government or agent filed formal charges against said individual or groups with the courts in the UK.

There is no extradition treaty between the UK and Pakistan and so said individual or group needs to be in violation of UK laws for the UK to take action.

World not cooperating to meet FATF’s conditions, say authorities


ISLAMABAD: More than two dozen countries have given cold-shoulder to Pakistan’s hundreds of requests seeking mutual legal assistance to tackle terrorism-financing, money laundering and cyber terrorism in a move to meet the FATF’s conditions and recommendations.

Pakistan, under its mutual assistance laws, has sent more than 232 official requests to two dozen countries in the past three years, revealed detailed official response the local authorities submitted to the Paris based anti-money laundering and terrorism-financing organization, named the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

Islamabad, in its hundreds of pages response, informed the FATF’s top management that its Financial Monitoring Unit (FMU) and law enforcement agencies have traced the origin of terror financing to these countries, but did not receive any substantial legal support and solid information to proceed with the investigation and cases against these terrorism/terrorists’ financiers and their abettors in their courts.

“An offense wise division of all 232 MLA [Mutual Legal Assistance] outgoing requests and specific details with respect to the number of requests, subject matter and recipient countries are annexed at section A of Annex-IO-2.1.3…that are of high money laundering and terror financing risk…but no encouraging response received from these countries,” suggested the response, demonstrating a focus on those countries in which geographical risk is higher.

Only in March this year, the FMU sent 34 international requests for information at the request of LEAs, out of which 30 requests were sent following directives of the National Counter-Terrorism Authority (NACTA), reads the response. The FMU has also independently made 59 international cooperation requests to foreign jurisdictions during this period, added the response stating since the enactment of the MLA Act in August 2020, Pakistan has extended the MLA to and requested assistance from the UK, France, Cyprus, Afghanistan, UAE, Canada, Netherlands, Serbia, Cayman Islands and Iran.

The FMU also received 23 incoming requests from different countries for information since March 2018, which were duly responded, revealed Pakistan's response, adding the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) generated five requests involving proceeds of money laundering and corruption to Switzerland, Hong Kong, the UK, Australia and Lebanon. The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) sent eight requests involving corruption to the UAE, the UK, USA, Canada, Switzerland, France and Seychelles, the official response revealed. The FIA also sent requests involving money laundering and use of Hawala to Malaysia, the UAE, China, Japan, the UK, UAE and Hong Kong during this period.

“The majority of outgoing MLA requests, as described below, are based on targeting cross border money laundering and terrorism financing investigations in domestic proceedings, specifically with respect to fundraising/funding for terrorist activities and funding for prohibited organisations and Madrassas,” revealed the official response. “This aligns with the findings in the National Risk Assessment 2019 which found that the overall terrorism financing risk level for Pakistan is very significant, and that a large segment of the non-profit organizations sector in Pakistan is seen as having a very significant inherent vulnerability for terrorism financing.”

All relevant agencies (FIA, ANF, FBR, FMU, CTDs, SECP and Home Departments) of provinces with formal international cooperation responsibilities regularly sent MLA requests to various jurisdictions in accordance with their mandates, says the response. From October 2018 to March 2021, the Ministry of Interior sent 148 requests on money laundering and terrorism financing on behalf of FIA and provincial Home Departments and two MLA requests for provision of Beneficial Owner information on behalf of SECP. Similarly, NAB has sent 72 requests with respect to corruption offences and money laundering and ANF sent 10 requests with respect to narcotics during this period, revealed the reply.

An offense wise division of all 232 MLAs, outgoing 86 requests were of fund raising for banned organizations, 17 of extortion, 19 of narcotics, 10 of cash smuggling, 72 of corruption, three of NR smuggling, nine of illegal MVTs, 12 of cyber terrorism, three of BO and one each of fraud and KFR, revealed the report. Some 27 to UAE, 54 to Afghanistan, 11 requests sent to the UK, 5 to Bahrain, 5 to Qatar, 4 to Oman, one to Myanmar, 2 to Malaysia, 5 to Saudi Arabia, 2 to Bangladesh, 3 to Switzerland, 4 to USA, 2 to Malaysia, 3 to Kuwait, one or two each to Iraq, Netherlands, Syria, Turkey, Mauritius, Lebanon, France, Canada, Norway, Seychelles, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Austria, Poland, Australia, Belgium, Sweden and Columbia, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Malaysia respectively.

The FMU has also sent 36 requests for information to its foreign counterparts regarding entities of concern.

Activities of these individuals and terrorist organizations in proposed narrative summaries were shared by Pakistan with the 1267 Sanctions Committee, revealed the response. Pakistan also approached members of the Sanctions Committee at bilateral level revealing that anti-terrorism authorities have frozen over 972 million dollars link to assets of proscribed organizations in the country, added the response.

The Pakistan Listing Committee meets regularly, every quarter during the year and holds special meetings whenever necessary and continues to work on the identification of targets for designations proposals, including associates of the UN-Designated Terrorist Persons and Entities, revealed Pakistan’s response. The Pakistan Listing Committee has considered additional six listing proposals during 2020 and these proposals will be submitted to UNSC 1267 Sanctions Committee during 2021, it added.

Response continued to reveal that Pakistan has an effective domestic sanctions regime in compliance with UNSCR 1373. Under this regime, Pakistan has put in place mechanisms enabling the designation of terrorist organizations and persons associated with terrorism at the national level and the consequent application of immediate sanctions, it added. The domestic sanctions list under UNSCR 1373 (ATA 1997) predominantly comprises Pakistan nationals living within Pakistan's territorial jurisdiction. However, a few foreign nationals living in Pakistan have also been placed on the Fourth Schedule of the ATA-1997, added the response.

These individuals were removed from Pakistan's domestic sanctions list during the review of its Fourth Schedule by Pakistan (2019-20), however authorities continued to monitor them to determine any event of recidivism until these individuals moved back to Afghanistan, stated the response.


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