Saturday, 9 July 2011

[EOB]New York Times urges USZ regime to help replace ISI Chief General Ahmad Shuja Pasha



General Ahmad Shuja Pasha, DG ISI
A leading American Jewish newspaper on Friday urged the USZ government to use its influence in replacing ISI chief Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha, after the so called hypocritically fake evidence implicating the spy agency in the murder of Anti-Pakistan journalist Saleem Shahzad. "The United States (of Zionism) needs to use its influence to hasten Mr. Pasha’s departure. It should tell Pakistan’s security leadership that if Washington identifies anyone in ISI or the army as abetting terrorists, those individuals will face sanctions like travel bans or other measures",The New York Times said in an editorial. "The ISI has become inimical to Pakistani and American interests", the editorial added.
The Times said:
"It’s not clear how high up the culpability for Mr. Shahzad’s murder goes — or whether there are any officials left in the ISI or the army who have the power and desire to reform the spy agency. President Asif Ali Zardari and his government, while not implicated in these heinous acts, have been a disappointment, largely letting the military go its own way. They need to find Mr. Shahzad’s murderers and hold them accountable. And they must find the courage to assert civilian control over security services that have too much power and are running amok. Mr. Zardari needs to speak out firmly against abuses, insist on adherence to the rule of law and join his political rival, Nawaz Sharif, in pressing the security services to change. That can start by insisting on the retirement of Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha, the ISI chief, and the appointment of a more credible successor."
It is crucial to note at this point that none of these Zionist media drones have been successful in giving concrete evidence of the Anti-Pakistan journalist Saleem Shehzad's murder which could prove the involvement of ISI, which makes this more probable that killing of Saleem Shahzad was itself a deception plot against the ISI from the beginning and the assassins wanted to utilize it against the ISI as a weapon. It should also be noted that thousands of innocent Pakistanis have been butchered in American drone attacks with mothers and children killed while sleeping in bed, but none of these "free and balanced" media outlets ever shared a story in that regard, sealing the stamp of confirmation on Mr. Saleem Shehzad's activities of espionage and poisonous propaganda against Pakistan and then his assassination as a setup from the very beginning.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nytimes’ journalism of ambiguity
Once credible NYTimes now uses Journalism through source and anonymity to build perceptions working on some agenda. But sorry to say, New York Times reporting style is lacking the trustworthy and ethical approach of true journalism, many of Nytimes reports contain unsubstantiated opinions and anonymous sources, later proven false like in 2004 After bogus claim of WMD in Iraq (Link to their confession) the malpractice is still continuing here is another episode I pick from Pakistan:Responding to a question during an interview with a foreign news agency about a series of unsubstantiated news reports published by the New York Times, DG ISPR and Military Spokesman Major General Athar Abbas rejected the allegations leveled against the Army and ISI, and described them as baseless and mischievous. . He said in most cases such news reports have quoted anonymous US sources, bringing the veracity of their reporting into question.
http://www.nytimes.com/2004/05/26/international/middleeast/26FTE_NOTE.html?pagewanted=print

XLI CODE said...

United States of Zionism always wants that they want to undermine the ISI .As they also take help from their media NY times to attack on ISI on media . but they failed to achieve their goal. their is no beyond the fact that 90% of the world media is controlled by the Zionist themselves ...

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