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i think enough has been said...

we should stop explaining so much ,.. if they dont want to listen ..ok it is thier problem. remember US & co have been proven wrong consistently.
having said the recent interview with Al Jazeria with FM Qureshi was very good. sharp and focused and no apologies made... looks like they are listing to Dr Mooed's comments

have look at the interview...

 

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all he is doing is trying to convince the world to work with the Taliban because that is in the. east interest of the region particularly Pakistan. so he is working hard for it.....
 

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When a man is hit in the nuts, he returns to his mama. Meaning, he returns to the his base state - the stuff he is made of. Imran Khan is a beggar, and when nothing else works and the going gets tough, he returns to begging, pleading, groveling. You can't fault him, you need to accuse the people who put him in power. Next time, please don't choose a beggar.
who can forget this great legendary commander mushraf he did a great job for us didn’t he. With his tails between his legs goes running on to PTV. starts Quoting Islamic past on his lie to his adoring bots for his coming war on terror on us Pakistanis. his drinking whiskey bottles were never came into this fraud cults minds . Even letting usa kill thousands of our Pakistanis by USA drones strikes daily he got nothing just mocking from them. Your other 2 choices you got aren’t looking to great to mr sharif and zardari really did make Pakistanis into a basket case of others on a drip feed given by gulf states
 

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He is talking to a western audience and is doing a very good job.


I know that's hard for some of you to understand. Trust his judgement.
 

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This. Says. It. ALL.

Why does PMIK not get it as he comes across?
beats me.

IK is risking the criticsm on himself for whatever Afghan Taliban pull out if their turban..
e.g. shaving is now officially banned and a criminal offence.
 

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Pakistan has to look at self interest. There are many eyes on Afghanistan and Iran especially has been aggressive as they think Pakistan got most of the cake and are eating it. IK's strategy seems like he wants to keep Pakistan in Taliban's good books. Its all about gaining as much influence as one can. This 'preaching' you mention may seem annoying to us but for the Taliban, its means more brownie points for Pakistan. A good Afghan govt. will only mean prosperity for Pakistan with trade.
 

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beats me.

IK is risking the criticsm on himself for whatever Afghan Taliban pull out if their turban..
e.g. shaving is now officially banned and a criminal offence.
Bro only one province not all, as you now better than me Talibans are bunch of groups some follow old ways / values and some or more follow moderate approach and I hope moderates will dominate.
Regards,
 
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Fedup with this Taliban this and Taliban that, Afghanistan need help Afghanistan need bla blaa I am fed up with Khan speeches and repetition of the same mantra again and again. It could have been better if he behave like a PM of Pakistan instead of Afghanistan.
You know how some of us feel when many on PDF croak on about Indian Muslims.
 

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Imran Khan and his team has gone overboard advocating Afghan Taliban, He must take a back seat now and let them take care of building their image and establish their international relations.
they have the experience of over a decade dealing with Americans, Russians, Chinese, Arabs and Iranians when their offices were setup on request of Americans in Qatar and UAE.

the Western Media is not interested in philosophical debate or fact finding nor it has any time for lecturing from anyone let alone Pakistan. it has formed an opinion about Afghan Taliban and by extension Pakistan.

former president Ghani fleeing with Millions of Dollars is a distant memory. the collapse of 300,00 "strong ANA" army is forgotten. what Western media remembers is to blame Pakistan for fall of Kabul and Afghan ascend to power.

its a given that any interview by CNN, BBC and the like always have the same set of question where anyone representing Pakistan will be reminded where OBL was, will be required to explain why Afghan Taliban won? demanded to ensure Taliban respect Western version of Women rights and apologize for the Fall of the Kabul.


I agree with Moeed that Imran's media team must study how Iranian FM Jawad Zerif deal with Western media. there is nothing to explain. Pakistan has its interest and it will do what is in its best interest.

Its not Pakistan's fault that ANA was a lie, Ghani and his cabinet was a lie. the West did what it wanted for 20 years and its puppet government ran off with the cash in the end.
Agree with you but at the same time, we are well aware of the circumstances of post Soviet withdrawal when Pakistan was left alone to face music thus suffering till the day. Iran never suffered like Pakistan neither it was ever directly blamed for the Afghan situation nor demanded to do more.
 

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beats me.

IK is risking the criticsm on himself for whatever Afghan Taliban pull out if their turban..
e.g. shaving is now officially banned and a criminal offence.

The path ahead requires finesse for sure, but whether it will be done so remains to be seen.

For example, the reason Pakistan did not get public credit for its evacuation help was that it did not want to be portrayed as being influential with the Taliban. But then again, Pakistan wants the Taliban to be recognized and supported in order to prevent chaos on its Western borders, so it must advocate for them internationally, putting it at risk for being seen as their mouthpiece.

There are many more such issues, but I will leave it at that for now.
 

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Imran Khan and his team has gone overboard advocating Afghan Taliban, He must take a back seat now and let them take care of building their image and establish their international relations.
they have the experience of over a decade dealing with Americans, Russians, Chinese, Arabs and Iranians when their offices were setup on request of Americans in Qatar and UAE.

the Western Media is not interested in philosophical debate or fact finding nor it has any time for lecturing from anyone let alone Pakistan. it has formed an opinion about Afghan Taliban and by extension Pakistan.

former president Ghani fleeing with Millions of Dollars is a distant memory. the collapse of 300,00 "strong ANA" army is forgotten. what Western media remembers is to blame Pakistan for fall of Kabul and Afghan ascend to power.

its a given that any interview by CNN, BBC and the like always have the same set of question where anyone representing Pakistan will be reminded where OBL was, will be required to explain why Afghan Taliban won? demanded to ensure Taliban respect Western version of Women rights and apologize for the Fall of the Kabul.


I agree with Moeed that Imran's media team must study how Iranian FM Jawad Zerif deal with Western media. there is nothing to explain. Pakistan has its interest and it will do what is in its best interest.

Its not Pakistan's fault that ANA was a lie, Ghani and his cabinet was a lie. the West did what it wanted for 20 years and its puppet government ran off with the cash in the end.
Agreed. The child in IK is beginning to show now. He along with his juvenile supporters are foolishly taking ownership of Taliban without knowing what direction they will take.
This foolish behavior will allow USA to say it wasn't us, it was Pakistan in case things go bad in Afghanistan.
 

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The path ahead requires finesse for sure, but whether it will be done so remains to be seen.

For example, the reason Pakistan did not get public credit for its evacuation help was that it did not want to be portrayed as being influential with the Taliban. But then again, Pakistan wants the Taliban to be recognized and supported in order to prevent chaos on its Western borders, so it must advocate for them internationally, putting it at risk for being seen as their mouthpiece.

There are many more such issues, but I will leave it at that for now.
Taliban is still headstrong, they want aid from the world on their own term and condition. Which is creating more problems for Pakistan. Because at the end of the day all their domestic and economic issues fall on Pakistan's shoulder. EU is not asking more, Equal rights for all ethnic groups in parliament/shura and women education and allow to work. And we all notices, Taliban is not strong compared to their last rule. They want to exercise the power but they are facing resistance in other parts of the country, which is not a good sign.
As far as Imran Khan, he trying his best to fix their image. His constant visit to ISI HQ means something is not right.
 

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Taliban is still headstrong, they want aid from the world on their own term and condition. Which is creating more problems for Pakistan. Because at the end of the day all their domestic and economic issues fall on Pakistan's shoulder. EU is not asking more, Equal rights for all ethnic groups in parliament/shura and women education and allow to work. And we all notices, Taliban is not strong compared to their last rule. They want to exercise the power but they are facing resistance in other parts of the country, which is not a good sign.
As far as Imran Khan, he trying his best to fix their image. His constant visit to ISI HQ means something is not right.
As I have said many times, we need to see what path is taken by Pakistan going forward in dealing with such a complex situation.
 

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who can forget this great legendary commander mushraf he did a great job for us didn’t he. With his tails between his legs goes running on to PTV. starts Quoting Islamic past on his lie to his adoring bots for his coming war on terror on us Pakistanis. his drinking whiskey bottles were never came into this fraud cults minds . Even letting usa kill thousands of our Pakistanis by USA drones strikes daily he got nothing just mocking from them. Your other 2 choices you got aren’t looking to great to mr sharif and zardari really did make Pakistanis into a basket case of others on a drip feed given by gulf states
I consider all of them traitors. Musharraf, Zardari family, Nawaz family, Bajwa, Imran, Malala. All of them agents of foreign masters, waiting to sell Pakistan at every opportunity they can get. This is based on the actions they have taken over the years.
 

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