The honorable Maulana is a traitor

Maulana Fazlur Rahman is a good man who can be persuaded to change his beliefs by suitable application of green wax. Tariq Ali fondly calls him Maulana Diesel based on his past dealings with the powers that be.

So, the remarkable news is that JUI-F knows about an “ISI within ISI.” It is one sense a dangerous comment to make and the honorable Maulana and his compatriots may suffer at the hand of true patriots. OTOH this frank talk may have been at the direction of Mian Nawaz Sharif who wants to grab the bull by the horns and finish off the deep state actors (before they finish him).

Also the following is a most profound statement. Can someone wise enough decode it for the rest of us?

“It was not decided since the independence (of Pakistan) that
who will rule the country … either it will be the Parliament or those
institutions whose employees get pays from the taxes of the nation,” he
said.

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The Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam – Fazl (JUI-F) on Tuesday alleged
that there is an “Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) within the ISI”
which is involved in kidnapping and killings of innocent people across
Pakistan.


Commenting on a motion in the Senate regarding
ongoing political situation in the country, JUI-F Senator Hafiz
Hamdullah said the ISI was behind the incidents of missing persons and
mass graves in Balochistan.

Former military ruler Gen (retd)
Pervez Musharraf had said that there were some people within the ISI
ranks who were not under the control of its chief while former chief
justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry also said in his verdicts that the
ISI was involved in the cases of missing persons, the JUI-F senator
said.

“It was not decide since the independence (of Pakistan) that
who will rule the country … either it will be the Parliament or those
institutions whose employees get pays from the taxes of the nation,” he
said.

Hamdullah said it was an alarming situation that the
violators of Constitution were being considered as faithful and those
who introduced the Constitution of 1973 were being considered as traitor
in the country.

He also criticised the leadership of Pakistan
Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) which was protesting against the alleged rigging
in the May 11 elections.

“Imran Khan is dangling between the Parliament and the establishment,” he added.
The
JUI-F senator said that the survival of Pakistan was only in prevalence
of justice and supremacy of Parliament, adding that the JUI-F will only
support democracy in the country.

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Link: http://www.dawn.com/news/1107531/jui-f-blames-isi-within-isi-for-kidnappings-killings
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