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Pakistan’s Nuclear Program a Deterrent to Indo-Israeli Dominion

Discussion in 'Strategic & Foreign Affairs' started by nawazshahzad, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. nawazshahzad

    nawazshahzad FULL MEMBER

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    Ignoring its perspective on acquisition of strategic assets, Pakistan’s Western ‘friends’ refused to admit it to their exclusive nuclear club, pressuring it to give up nuclear ambitions instead. However, expediency made them look the other way when it suited their purpose. In 1980s and post 9/11 when Pakistan was needed to play a key role in Afghanistan as the ‘front line state’, the American spotlights on its nuclear program were switched off. Pakistan obstructs quest for dominion by India and Israel.

    But Pakistan’s nuclear program remained under threat from the foes – India and Israel, who felt their interests were threatened. In collusion, both of them missed no opportunity to directly or indirectly malign Pakistan’s nuclear program or subvert it. Both countries having similar geo-strategic interests in their respective regions, see Pakistan as an obstacle to their designs.

    India sees Pakistan as an unnatural creation which, having been carved out of its body, now refuses to submit to its diktat and obstructs its quest for unchallenged domination of South Asia and the Indian Ocean region.

    Israel looks at Pakistan’s military prowess and its nukes as indirectly strengthening the hands of Arab states with which it has remained in a state of conflict and which it has continued to terrorize all these years. It is conscious that several Arab states look up to Pakistan for military support when faced with external threat to their security that comes mainly from Israel. It is unsettling for Israel to see such a state to be in possession of nuclear weapons.

    Israel also cannot overlook the fact that Pakistan Air Force pilots, when flying mostly Russian aircraft, surprised the Israeli Air Force and shot down several relatively superior Israeli jets in air combat in the 1973 Arab Israel war. They shattered the myth of the invincibility of Israeli pilots who believed themselves to be too superior in skill and technology. These Pakistani pilots happened to be assigned to Jordanian, Syrian and Iraqi air forces on training missions when the war broke out and they inconspicuously joined the operations. Source: Pakistan Ideology

    Nawaz
     
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  2. Materialistic

    Materialistic FULL MEMBER

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    so true......
     
  3. fhassan

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    Mark my words, Israel is doing everything it can to ensure that Pakistans Nuclear capibility is removed completely.
     
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  4. navtrek

    navtrek SENIOR MEMBER

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    what piece of crap ill guarantee u not even a single person in India who can think will want India & Pakistan integrated we simply cant.

    India is built on a foundation of Secularism & co-existence.& Pakistan is built on Islam, So basically things will never go that way as said.

    For most ppl in India we no-longer see competition or enmity with Pakistan we have moved on :cheers:

    But we do get irritated when these terrorist attacks occur apart from that no hard feelings toward Pakistan or its people.
     
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    navtrek SENIOR MEMBER

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    the article is speculative,Instigating & lacks practical reality thse guys can create a survey in India atleast they will come to know the truth :cheers:
     
  6. naved_kam

    naved_kam BANNED

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    This looks more like a hurriedly conjured up text rather than a thoughtfully written article. Reminds so much of those daily essays that we had to write on subjects that we had no comprehension of..... but thanks for the effort of posting it here.
     
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