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Terrorist Role of Pakistan

ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN


A Nursery for Terrorists and

a University for Super Terrorists

Kashmir is unique among all the crisis points along the Indo-

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Pakistani border in that a marked escalation of the fighting -- both
insurgency and regular -- is virtually inevitable before any effort
for a peaceful solution can succeed. The primary reasons is the
extent of the ideological commitment and self- interests of several
of the key players involved.
For Islamabad, the liberation of Kashmir is a sacred mission, the
only task unfulfilled since Muhammad Ali Jinnah's days.
Moreover, a crisis in Kashmir constitutes an excellent outlet for the
frustration at home, an instrument for the mobilization of the
masses, as well as gaining the support of the Islamist parties and
primarily their loyalists in the military and the Inter Services
Intelligence (ISI).
The ISI has a major interest to continue the crisis. Back in the 1970s,
Pakistan started to train Sikhs and other Indian separatist
movements as part of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto's strategy for forward
strategic depth. Pakistan adopted the sponsorship of terrorism
and subversion as an instrument to substitute for the lack of
strategic depth and early warning capabilities. The Pakistani
sponsored terrorists and the Pakistani intelligence operatives in
their ranks would be able to warn Pakistan of any impending
Indian invasion, and then launch a guerrilla warfare against the
Indian Army even before it reached the border with Pakistan.
Therefore, sponsoring separatist subversion has become a crucial
component of Islamabad's national military strategy.
The following articles will provide you with an in-depth analysis
of Pakistan's involvement in instigating and supporting terrorism
in Kashmir by establishing various training centers for providing
arms training to many Kashmiri Muslim youths who are lured out
of their homes in Kashmir to cross over the border - all in the name
of religion for fighting a Jehad (holy war) against Infidel India.