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Pakistan behind Saudi-led coalition: JUI-F

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  1. kahonapyarhai

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    Sukkar- Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) leader Ghafoor Haideri has said that the whole nation was behind the government, to extend help to Saudi Arabia t o protect the holy cities.
    While talking to journalists today, he said that Pakistan enjoyed cordial and warm relations with Saudi Arabia and the whole nation was united to protect its territorial integrity.
    The JUI-F leader said that it was religious obligation on every Muslim, to offer his services to protect the holy cities from foreign aggression. Haideri said that Pakistan will assist Saudi Arabia militarily, to help it fight the Houthi rebels, who were posing direct threat to the holy city of Makka.
    He said that Saudi Arabia was playing a vital role in the development of Pakistan. Later will reciprocate in whatever form to protect the territorial integrity of the former.

    Pakistan behind Saudi-led coalition: JUI-F
     
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    haha mullah gone nuts
     
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    He should send his crazy madressah zombies to fight
    This doesn't concern the Pakistani public
     
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    JUI-F? :haha::laughcry:
     
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    Mullah didn't got his halwa shot today, talking utter rubbish. Some one call Rehmat-e-Shireen before the old geezer looses it completely.
     
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    Golden opportunities for the PA to send all the rat tags organisations and top goons to Yemen to fight a. Holy war, if they martyred they definitely gonna get the 70 nymphs. It's a win win situation for both. Come on guys time is running out.
     
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    Since when did the holy cities come under threat?

    I don't get this crap about protecting the holy cities or saudi arabia.

    Rather, aren't the sawdis enlisting other sunni nations to bomb Yemen and getting themselves involved in the internal crises of another country?.

    Granted that haudi asked for intervention and that iran is allegedly running its proxy...but, why take your own people for fools and falsely claim that they are protecting the holy cities rather than state the facts - which is.... the countries are being recruited to bomb yemen.
     
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    yeah rite .. JUI-Fcked up group
     
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    Never spoke against TTP
     
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    Can we sell Saudi some of our drones? They'd really need it for Yemen.

    Plus we can train them, make more money. Maybe Pakistan should offer these services instead of direct involvement, if there ever comes a need.
     
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    Keep your wishful thinking to yourself, you fat freak. Too many people have died because bloodthirsty hippos like you think up wars for kids to die in.
     
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    What is he been drinking all night long? Foreign aggression? Direct threat? There isn't even a freaking threat to the border areas of KSA. Mullahs again rooting for fighting a foreign war, whilst nearly destroying the country in one.
     
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    I think we should send this guy to the frontline in Yemen to represent Pakistan. The whole nation is behind you :D
     
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    Propaganda.... Ghafoor Haideri is trying to influence the attitudes of the Pakistani population towards the Saudi cause. He uses the protection of the Holy cities to entice the Pakistani people towards war... & as many people on the forum have pointed out... Mecca and Medina are no where near the conflict.

    The Houthis are basically a tribal group that represent about 30% of Yemen's population, who are seeking more autonomy and additional resources from the central government. The Houthis are a subset of the larger Zaydi Shias who ruled northern Yemen for a 1,000 years until 1962, according to Swiss-based news agency IRIN News.

    In an address to the nation late Tuesday, The Houthi leader, Abdel-Malek, demanded a greater share of power for his people. The Al-Houthi's called for change in the membership of a commission working on a new draft constitution. He said the takeover is not a coup but a "revolution."