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    Posted August 8, 2014 by
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    In continuation of Crisis in Pakistan.

    Crisis in Pakistan which emerged by mal-adventure of Zia-Ul-Haq who dismissed a popular government from whose Prime Minister he begged promotion to the office of Chief of Staff of Pakistan Army by virtually linking his shoes, has now reached the abyss. In this crisis the evil role of Saudis has always been very obvious. The present turmoil in Pakistan is also with Saudi blessings. It would have remained a secret but the foolish lobbyists of Saudis namely Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman has exposed Saudi designs. We may recall that only about a week ago both Nawaz Sharif and Fazl-ur-Rehman were present in Saudi Arabia on pretext of performing Umrah, but what instructions they seeked out from the big figure of Maulvi Fazl-ur-Rehman when he met the Prime Minister in Islamabad yesterday and asked him to rough up Tahir-ul-Qadri and use all force to subdue him. We all very well know that whatever is the worth of Tahir-ul-Qadri he belongs to a creed which is despised by Saudis namely a Hanafi muslim. Fazl-ur-Rehman pretends to be a Sunni, yet he is always available to anti-sunni and anti-Shia forces, and is the reliable agent of Saudis because they can full-fill his insatiable greed for crispy dollar notes.

    This exposure of Nawaz Sharif and Fazl-ur-Rehman playing role of Saudi agents is too unfortunate because there exercise will cost god-forbid existence of the country. Today's ruthless speech of Punjab Law Minister is alarming, most irresponsible and condemnable in true sense of condemnation. It maybe noted that in an interview Shahbaz Sharif has said that in these chaotic conditions created by TUQ and Imran will scare away inter-Alia Saudi investment in Pakistan.
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