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omegalamba7XL9

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These Afghans and these tom Harry group are going to dictate us.
Here is fun facts
Since Taliban leadership made certain statements regarding decision that Pakistan ought to take for itself. Let's clear the air shall we.
It's Pakistani brain which defeated Soviets
It's Pakistani blood that secured your rag tag militia movement into something what it is today.
We Pakistani are Pakistan and we will do what we want So what if we are sympathetic to Taliban one day and next day we saving a white man. We can shoot down a pilot and return the next day.
No Taliban no US nor a sheikh or dragon will dictate us. You bring it we will bring it harder 💪.
If certain powers are wishing to dictate certain people in certain positions then let us remind you these can be replaced LIKE others.
Don't you get it this is the country where even dictator won't last more than few years.

PAKISTAN WILL MAKE ITS OWN DECISIONS NOW INSHALLAH WETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT.
 
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People who are supporting Afghans I have one simple question for you?
Have you actually met any afghan not in Pakistan but outside of it, Majority of Afghan refugees who are in the West & Other countries came by Pakistan
Above 90 % Blame solely Pakistan no matter what Pakistan actually does or doesn't do.
It's not just a simple PR problem and doing Good deeds will resolve in time it will not.
Afghanistan had a much richer & deadly History compared to Pakistan, its just unacceptable for them as whole nation to get over that they will always depend on a newly formed country who was regularly invaded by there forefathers
Pakistan cant talk from the position of equality as you will always have the majority of people against you the only way Pakistan can talk is from a position of strength or power. And Afghans actually understanding how dependent they are on Pakistan.
The simple reason is this, the Older generation, Current Generation, and at least 1 future generation will be against Pakistan because of current circumstances, blame game from States, India & media, and these so-called leaders who want personal benefit instead of wanting anything good for Afghanistan as of now Afghan has no nation image much of countries is too divided into different racial groups smaller groups holding too much power thanks to UNCLE SAM, For Afghanistan economy to grow, Pakistan land route will be used as the majority of the land is barren, Minerals will be sold abroad if they want to generate revenue instead of foreign funding. Where will that money be used against ( Against Pasthun & Pakistan ) Afghans don't see any demon in neighboring countries

You can feed a snake or feed a friend. Pakistan needs a buffer zone for Pashtuns who are Pro Pakistan, which allows easier trade for them, easier movement between border as Pakistani Pashtuns it will give them more power into afghani Pashtun area.
With this, they will protect Pakistani interest in that region and allowing Pakistan to trade with Central Asian countries
Even Pakistan divided by different ethnicity, languages with all their flaws have 2 unity points
1 Standing up for Pakistan ( yes society has flaws but when push comes to shove you have always seen unity for the collective Pakistani cause.
2 Islam has big part ( even mullah Squad is strong thanks to major ignorance about Islam ) People do believe in it and understand Pakistan was created for Islam.
Both of these points are not valid for Afghanistan as they were already a country when Islam prevailed and they had not to struggle like Pakistan did just 70 years back
 

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The behavior of this so-called "National Security Chief" of Afghan Government, has watched one too many bollywood stupidity. He does not represent the common Afghans that make up Afghanistan.

I believe that elements within the Afghan Government are tools of that ratsy neighbor east of Pakistan. The Afghan Govt is fuming because they know their game is coming to an end. They're losing ground rapidly to Afghan-Pukhtun Mujahiddin.

Similarly, the eastern neighbor is also losing its marbles, as it grapples with a raging Covid-Pandemic and an economy that has run out of steam. More daunting is it's surging military spending it now has to maintain against China. In such circumstances, they now see Afghanistan slipping away, with the impending U.S withdrawal which is months away.


Hence it is all too obvious why the government of Kabul (not the rest of Afghanistan) is proverbially p!as!ing it's pants.
 

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Indian rat he is, he knows his time is up very soon. The Afghanistan people support Pakistan. Just these sellouts who are spreading venom through their media and propaganda for the last 20 years. Pakistanis need to stop acting like Indians and attacking Afghan population. Get a grip on.
 

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ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has conveyed to the leadership in Afghanistan it will no longer conduct official business with Kabul’s top national security chief because of his recent “abusive outburst” against Islamabad, highly placed officials and diplomatic sources confirmed to VOA on Friday.

The controversy has again highlighted political tensions and historic mistrust plaguing relations between the South Asian neighbors, which share a nearly 2,600-kilometer border.

The latest trigger came from Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s national security adviser, Hamdullah Mohib, who routinely accuses Pakistan and its spy agency of supporting and directing the Taliban’s insurgency in Afghanistan, charges Islamabad rejects.

In a public speech earlier this month in eastern Nangarhar province, next to the Pakistani border, Mohib not only repeated his allegations but called Pakistan a “brothel house.”

His remarks outraged leaders in Islamabad, who denounced them, saying they “debased all norms of interstate communication.”

A senior Pakistani official privy to the matter told VOA on condition of anonymity his government lodged a strong protest with the Afghan side and conveyed “deep resentment” in Pakistan over Mohib’s “undignified” remarks.

The official said Kabul has been told Islamabad, henceforth, would not hold bilateral engagements with the Afghan national security adviser. It has also been conveyed “by our side that Afghan side is not serious in engaging with Pakistan, but only in the blame game and degrading Pakistan’s sincere efforts,” the official added.

Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani meets with Pakistan's Army Chief of Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, in Kabul, Afghanistan…'s President Ashraf Ghani meets with Pakistan's Army Chief of Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, in Kabul, Afghanistan…

Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani meets with Pakistan's Army Chief of Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, in Kabul, Afghanistan, May 10, 2021.

Diplomatic sources confirmed to VOA that Pakistan’s military chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, during his visit to Kabul this month, had raised the issue in his meeting with Ghani in the presence of Nick Carter, Britain’s chief of the defense staff.

VOA approached Mohib’s office for a reaction but could not immediately get a response.

Carter has been engaged in facilitating contacts between the two countries to help ease tensions at a time when the United States and NATO allies have been withdrawing their troops from Afghanistan after 20 years of war with the Taliban.

An official Pakistani military statement following the May 10 meeting in Kabul confirmed it was held in the presence of Carter.

“Matters of mutual interest, current developments in the Afghan peace process, enhanced bilateral security and defense cooperation and need for effective border management between the two brotherly countries were discussed,” the statement said, but it did not say anything about the controversy stemming from Mohib’s remarks.

Zalmay Khalilzad, special representative on Afghanistan reconciliation, speaks during a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing…

Zalmay Khalilzad, the special representative on Afghanistan reconciliation, speaks during a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on the US-Afghanistan relationship on Capitol Hill on May 18, 2021.

Analyst Said Azam, a former Afghan government official, described Mohib’s outburst as detrimental to the interests of Afghanistan and its people.

“It was insulting, first and foremost for himself, the government of Afghanistan, and also the people of Afghanistan. A common man in Afghanistan sees their Pakistani neighbors as brothers and sisters. He went too rude and dirty to be honest,” Azam said.

Torek Farhadi, a political commentator, and former Afghan government advisor, said Mohib’s insulting remarks exhibited his “immaturity” for his rank.

“These words do not reflect the language any dignified Afghan uses towards any nation, let alone a neighbor. They are regrettable,” Farhadi observed.

Washington had also stopped meetings with the Afghan national security adviser over controversial remarks he made on a visit to the U.S. two years ago, though contact has since been resumed.

Mohib had accused Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation, of undercutting the Kabul government in bilateral U.S.-Taliban peace negotiations.

Adam Weinstein, a research fellow at the Quincy Institute, said Pakistan’s decision does not bode well for bilateral ties. The former U.S. Marine who served in Afghanistan in 2012 wrote on Twitter Afghan officials need to exercise caution because any breakdown in ties will only add to the sufferings of their nation.


Khalilzad was leading the talks that culminated in an agreement in February 2020 with the insurgents, setting the stage for the foreign troop drawdown from the war-torn nation, which began on May 1 and is expected to be completed by Sept. 11.

While Afghan leaders accuse Pakistan of being behind the Taliban’s violent campaign in their country, U.S. officials, including Khalilzad, have persistently praised Islamabad for bringing the insurgents to the negotiating table to discuss a peace arrangement with the Afghan government to permanently end the war.

“Pakistan has played an important role in Afghanistan,” David Helvey, assistant secretary of defense for Indo-Pacific affairs, told the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee last week. “They supported the Afghan peace process. Pakistan also has allowed us to have overflight and access to be able to support our military presence in Afghanistan.”

Islamabad has lately further relaxed visa restrictions for Afghans, created new border facilities to accelerate bilateral and transit trade with the landlocked country, and increased scholarships for Afghan students to study at Pakistani universities. Pakistani officials say the measures are meant to enhance bilateral ties in support of the Afghan peace process.

UN General Assembly President Volkan Bozkir speaks during a joint press conference with Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah…'s Foreign Minister Shah…

UN General Assembly President Volkan Bozkir speaks during a joint press conference with Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, in Islamabad, Pakistan, May 27, 2021.

“I commend Pakistan’s leadership and its role in supporting the efforts to forge reconciliation, security and transition in Afghanistan,” Volkan Bozkir, president of the U.N. General Assembly, said Friday before concluding his three-day visit to Islamabad.

“We also know that lives of Afghanistan and Pakistan are now inextricably intwined. Peace in Afghanistan is imperative for Pakistan to open trade routes to landlocked Central Asia. Peace in Afghanistan is critical for securing benefits from China-Pakistan Economic Corridor,” Bozkir said.

He referred to a Chinese-funded multibillion-dollar infrastructure development project in Pakistan, which Beijing intends to extend to Afghanistan to help in rebuilding efforts there.

Pakistan says it is making all possible efforts to promote Afghan peace, fearing that another round of civil war following the withdrawal of international forces would affect Pakistani security and economic development. The country already hosts nearly 3 million Afghan refugees and has concerns that more refugees will flood Pakistan if the conflict continues.
Whats new..
USA did the same last year
Google it
 

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If you had dignity you would have flattened Kabul immediately after APS massacre
TTP is using ISIS flags.
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Truth is that they have been attacking innocents in both countries. Ideologically so close to JUA.
Looking from above, USA is the leading force of all terrorists in the region. Directly or indirectly.
 

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While we have done the following:

Islamabad has lately further relaxed visa restrictions for Afghans, created new border facilities to accelerate bilateral and transit trade with the landlocked country, and increased scholarships for Afghan students to study at Pakistani universities. Pakistani officials say the measures are meant to enhance bilateral ties in support of the Afghan peace process.
 

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So much for appeasing Afghan brotherhood, they are very desperate to get in Pakistan to earn thier bread and butter, have a better life. But no Pakistan is the bogeyman for all thier problems while billions of dollars has been wasted by corrupt Afghan officials.
 

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