Pakistan Now Frontline State of Sunni Islam
Media reports have widely publicized the Pakistan Army earmarking two Pakistan Army Divisions on standby alert for immediate deployment to Saudi Arabia fearing outbreak of political upheaval in that country.
Media reports also indicate that Pakistan Army’s Fauji Foundation is recruiting Pakistan Army retired soldiers for service in the Bahrain National Guard at exorbitant salaries. This is to boost up the strength of the Bahrain National Guard to deal with the majority Shia population spearheading political upheaval calling for replacement of the Sunni monarchy. Pakistani media also indicates that this recruitment is being restricted to Sunnis only and that too the Mashnavi Syeds and its sub-clans of ManiKhel, SahibKhel, DeraKhel and RahatKhel. Shias are not being recruited.
Additionally Pakistan Army can expect greater financial payments from Saudi Arabia to bolster its military War machine with possible payments for raising two additional Pakistan Army Divisions to offset deployments in Saudi Arabia.
Addressing the press conference at Lahore, ISO Central senior vice president Syed Kumail Sherazi called to government of Pakistan to stop the recruiting.
Two other members of the student group, Athar Imran and Maulana Azhar Hussain were also present on the occasion.
They also condemned the Saudi regime’s action for sending troops to
crush the pro-democracy protesters in Bahrain.
The student leaders said that the America and its allies will not
succeed in the conspiracy to eliminate the uprisings in Middle East and
North Africa at gun point.
The leaders said that the so called king of the Saudi regime, Abdullah, was not the custodian
of holy sites. They said he was actually a slave of America who dispatched Saudi to kill the innocent protesters in Bahrain.
The Saudi Regime is trying to secure the illegitimate monarchy of Bahrain in order (amongst other things) to protect the U.S. navy’s fifth fleet which is based out the island nation.
The student leaders announced a country wide campaign called Tehreek-e-Hemayat-e-Mazlomeen-e-Jahan (A movement to support the oppressed people of the world). They cited expressing solidarity with protestors and opposing the brutal actions of oppressors against righteous uprisings as the basic objectives of the movement.
The Bahrain National Guards (BNG) has recruited a large number of former Pakistani military men from different areas of Punjab, Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa, Sindh and Baluchistan provinces of
the country in the recent weeks.
Bahrain’s regime Foreign Minister, Sheikh Khalid Al-Khalifa also
visited Pakistan last week seeking Islamabad’s assistance in crushing the Bahraini people’s uprising.