26
Aug
08

Pakistan (finally) bans Taliban!

In a seemingly tough stance taken by Islamabad, the Taliban have been banned in Pakistan.

Please give a round of applause to a government that has just woken up and smelt the coffee burning!

*chuckles*

This organization is a terrorist organization and created mayhem against public life

Are you kidding me? Is this Rehman Malik sympathizing with those who lost their lives at POF Wah and the emergency ward in D.I Khan? So there people are now the terrorists? The same Taliban who openly threatened to reign havoc over the country over Lal Masjid; an issue that had all their sympathies? So with the equations balanced, this meant the now-government supported Taliban back then!

And how come I never heard of any one from PPP denouncing Taliban as a threat to public life when suicide bombings went off earlier this year and last year and the year after? All we got from them back then was a bunch of fingers pointed at the Army and President Musharraf, even though the Army was the one whose people were being blown up the most. Where is all this sympathy coming from now?

Or maybe it is what it is suppose to be: a move to please USA. Anyone aiding a proscribed organization — through financial assistance, promoting them in literature or in other ways — can be jailed for up to 10 years under Pakistan’s anti-terrorism laws.

So I’m confused now. Since the government has rejected a cease-fire offer by Taliban in Bajur recently, where our Armed forces have killed hundreds of Taliban in the past few weeks, are we looking towards a government that plans to not only go hard on Taliban but also brace for a new wave of suicide bombings in the country and take responsibility for the lives we are going to lose? Because in all honesty, we know that will be the backlash.

Hmm… I wonder what happened to solving conflict with peace and dialogue!

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4 Responses to “Pakistan (finally) bans Taliban!”


  1. August 26, 2008 at 2:28 am

    yeah, spot on! So much for blaming the previous administration for using the military instead of “talking”. It’s about time they realize that these people don’t wanna talk, they’re here to spread their twisted version of Islam and they’re not willing to compromise on anything. There’s only one way to get ’em out and that’s to bomb the sh*t out of them. The Taliban have grown to become a VERY serious problem for the country. There’s every reason to believe that they’re being funded by countries that want to see an unstable Pakistan (you know who they are), and I think there should be no two opinions on this that the country needs to get rid of these a**holes as soon as it possibly can before they wreak any more havoc on the people of Pakistan

  2. 2 Phantom
    August 26, 2008 at 9:35 am

    Don’t just stop at banning them. Smoke them out of their holes.

  3. 3 Janjua
    August 26, 2008 at 10:21 am

    This is so funny. You mean they got to know just yesterday that Taliban are terrorists?

  4. August 27, 2008 at 1:37 pm

    a week since Musharraf has resigned and now the same television hosts are remembering good things about Mush


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