The Government of Balochistan in Exile

Saturday, June 10, 2006

Al-Zarqawi is dead! Now the U.S. must focus on Pakistan to flush out Bin Laden, al-Zawahri, and Mullah Omar

PRESS RELEASE


KALAT, Balochistan – Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the most notorious Al Qaeda terrorist in Iraq, was killed in a U.S. military strike.

Fugitive Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar, who is residing in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan under the protection of the Pakistani military regime, vowed that the killing of Zarqawi would not weaken Muslim efforts against "crusader forces".

Ayman al-Zawahri, the Egyptian deputy of Osama bin Laden, praised al-Zarqawi in a new videotape recorded in Pakistan, which was broadcast on Friday on the Arab news channel Al-Jazeera.

According to Afghan intelligence reports, Bin Laden and al-Zawahri are residing in the NWFP province of Pakistan while Mullah Omar is leading the Taliban insurgents from Quetta city. These three terrorists are presently under the state protection provided by the military dictatorship of General Pervez Musharraf.

It is high time for Afghanistan to approach the United Nation’s International Court of Justice to declare the Durand Line Agreement null and void. Once the verdict is passed, the U.S. and Allied forces could immediately enforce the Court’s rulings through "Operation Pashtun Freedom" and vacate the Pashtun dominated areas which are illegally occupied by Pakistan.

During “Operation Pashtun Freedom”, the U.S. and Allied forces (including Baloch and Afghan forces) could hunt down Al Qaeda and Taliban leadership in NWFP and Balochistan. Since the Pakistani forces will be held at bay in Punjab, it would be easier to eradicate the terrorist forces.

Government of Balochistan (GOB) in Exile supports the global efforts to rid the world of terrorism. The Baloch forces are prepared to become part of the Allied forces to combat terrorists and nuclear proliferators: Iran and Pakistan.


Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
General Secretary
The Government of Balochistan in Exile
http://governmentofbalochistan.blogspot.com/

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