The Manner In Which Global Terrorist Syed Salahuddin Was Received Proves Pakistan Is A Terrorist Supporter

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7:44 pm 3 Jul, 2017

How do you expect a country would treat a certain terrorist chief living on her land who has been put in the global list of terror? Arrest him and put him behind bars, of course! Not if the country’s name is Pakistan.

In Pakistan, terror chiefs are treated as ‘legendary heroes’ of the Ummah who are fighting for the rights of the Ummah by killing anyone who is not a member of the Ummah.

This is why Osama bin Laden fled to Pakistan when the US forces bombed out the Taliban and Al Qaeda in the rocky land of Afghanistan. This is why Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed and Jaish-e-Mohammed supremo Maulana Masood Azhar live and roam around like normal citizens of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.


Hafiz Saeed (left), chief of Lashkar-e-Taiba, and Maulana Masood Azhar (right), chief of Jaish-e-Mohammed.

And this is why when Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin arrived in Muzaffarabad in Pak-occupied-Kashmir, he was greeted like he was the Prime Minister of Pakistan:


Yes, there are TV channels in Pakistan which interviewed him as if he is a political celebrity. And he is openly threatening to destabilize India using more terrorists.


On June 26, just before the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the US State Department put Syed Salahuddin on the list of Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT). The designation means that the United States and any of its allies cannot have any kind of relation with Salahuddin.


Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin. Burhan Wani was a commander of his terror organization. PTI

But Pakistan is Pakistan – the haven for all of the world’s terrorists. So Syed Salahuddin continues to roam freely without fear of anyone within the country.


Terrorists such as Salahuddin know that the Pakistani Army and the ISI will continue to support them to further the country’s nefarious designs for India and the neighborhood.

Salahuddin has now admitted that he indeed carried out terror attacks on Indian soil. He openly claims that he will do more. Obviously, his chest thumping is a result of the support extended to vermin such as him by the Pakistani establishment and the fundamentalists who are a dominant majority in the country.


Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists fire in the air during the funeral of terrorist Fayaz Ahmad Aishwar in Kashmir. Reuters

He is heard boastfully saying that he can get any arms and ammunition from the international market as long as he is given the money. He also says that the terrorists of his group had been attacking security forces in the Valley.

But Salahuddin reportedly said something which should trouble India. He said:

Khud India ke andar hamare bahot saare supporters hai. Jo hamse hamdardi hai. Jo samajh hai Kashmiri maslo mein. Jo hamse hamdardi karte hai. [sic] (We have many supporters in India who sympathise with us and have an understanding of the Kashmir issue.)”

That’s concerning because Salahuddin is perhaps hinting at those Indians who openly support the freedom of Kashmir and its merger with Pakistan. These Indians are critical of the Indian Army’s and the Center’s actions in Kashmir, express their sympathies with Kashmiri stone pelters, and hold protests in the name of human rights when terrorists are killed by security forces.


To the stone pelters, egged on by Pakistan-sponsored Separatists, Kashmir is “India occupied”.

It should be noted that Syed Salahuddin has in an earlier interview stated that the Kashmiri struggle was not about so-called ‘azaadi’ but Islam, clearly indicating that whatever was happening in Kashmir had a fundamentalist angle.

And while Salahuddin continues to threaten India and the democracy, his own children continue to lead respectable life in India.

While some Indians sympathize with stone pelters who help terrorists and call killing of terrorists “extra judicial”, protests against Pakistan by other countries are on the rise exposing the truth about the country’s establishment:



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