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A Rejoinder: Terrorists and their apologists


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By Dr. S.M. Rahman

A Kashmiri woman crying over her dead - killed by Indian Army

Imtiaz Alam, editor of South Asian Journal, in his over-enthusiasm, has projected India as the peace-loving nation – by implication a great proponent of ‘Ahinsa’ and ‘non-violence’, and that it is the perfect ‘model’ in South Asia, as all its neighbors are at peace with it, except Pakistan, which is notorious, brutish and nourishes hatred and antipathy against it and is perpetually engaged in acts of terrorism in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) and several other on-going insurgencies. The article appears, as if it was an Indian writer, quite proficient in art of propaganda and has used “card-stacking technique” of projecting only the positive elements and completely ignoring the dark realities that constitute the major truth.

I would say that silence could be the best answer to the ‘grandiose’ ideas he has of the ‘Indian society.’ With respect to the plight of the Muslims in India, I would expect the writer to read the book (if not read already),‘The Passive Voice’ by K.L. Gauba. He was a Muslim Congressite and against Pakistan’s creation, who migrated to India after the partition. This book though written a bit earlier, exhaustively covered the sad plight of the Muslims, as to how they were being discriminated against for employment in civil services, including police besides the armed forces. I distinctly remember that he mentioned about one Muslim scholar, a PhD from Banaras Hindu University who was serving as dispatch rider in one of the civil departments in Delhi. What has happened consequently is even more agonizing. I will not go into the recent surveys, suffice it to say that their plight is even lower than that of Dalits. Asra Nomani, one of the most liberated Muslim women and exceedingly pro-western, in her write-up has depicted the miserable plight of Indian Muslims, who are at the bottom of social hierarchy.

In one of the surveys in 1980’s, there were around 10,000 castes In India. Barun Mitra has written in an article India gone backward on castes. He is the director of liberty Institute – a think-tank in New Delhi and his article was published in India (reproduced by daily Nation, Pakistan, dated May 20, 2010). He writes: “Bhimrao, Ramji, Ambedkar, who chaired the committee that drafted Indian Constitution, was forbidden to touch water pots – as he was from a lower caste. Barely 40 years ago in New Delhi, it was not uncommon to find Brahman teachers, refusing to eat or drink if they were served by lower castes.”

I shall narrate one instance of one of my own students at Rajshahi University, Department of Psychology (former East Pakistan), who after the emergence of Bangladesh had gone to India for his doctorate in the University of Allahabad. When he had visited Lahore for a conference, he met me with incredible love and affection. When I asked him as to what were his experiences in India, he said, “one of the very shocking one was that, when I had submitted my thesis for the approval to the Professor (my supervisor), there was some errors to be corrected. He offered his pen, but to his bewilderment, the full Professor of the University refused taking pen from a Muslim as it would pollute him.” So the ‘myth of India’ which was so arduously created through the Indian media during the days when Bangladesh had not come into being, I thought that myth was eroded from his mind. There were many other ‘experiences’ which did not match with the ground realities. I am not touching much about the massacre of Muslims in Gujrat. How were they chopped off like carrots and radish? It is indeed very painful to recall the Ayodhiya episode of demolishing the historical Muslims mosque. Besides Muslims, Dalits, even Christians were not spared. How a Pope along with his family members were burnt alive inside the car at Orissa. Several other incidents of raping of Christian nuns and their killing, have come to light.

Over five lac soldiers in the IHK are not playing kabaddi? The atrocities being committed on their part are the worst instances of crime against humanity. If some radical Muslims reacted to such mega killings of over 80,000, the so called liberals tend to dub them as “terrorists”, completely forgetting that ‘state terrorism’, which is at the root of ‘radicalism’, and essentially reactive in nature. Every self-respecting citizen has a right to defend his freedom. Not to do it, is servility, which is repugnant to the adherents of Islamic faith. They will die rather than surrender. This is exactly what Afghan resistance is about. They may be fanatics, fundamentalists, whatever, but give them the credit that they served as iron force against the contemporary Super Powers, former Soviet Union and now the USA, the empire builders. Invasion of countries like Iraq and Afghanistan are blatant acts of aggression. Killing of millions of Muslims in Palestine, Kashmir, Afghanistan and Iraq are nothing but crimes against humanity, if justice at all prevailed in the World Order.

If Kashmir issue were resolved Pakistani society would emerge as a paradise of peace. It has no extra territorial

No community is safe at the hands of Indian State Machinery

ambitions as India has. No doubt, there are differences among the Islamic faith just as there are so many denominations in Protestant faith, leaving alone the broad division between the Catholics and the Protestants. Allah has never designed the world for a monolithic order. The dignity of diversity is to be preserved. The miscreants, who are committing acts of terrorism, are essentially trying to fan divisions between Muslims. This is an age old strategy of balkanizing Muslims and atomizing them into as many splinter groups as possible. This is to break their unity. The terrorists are fully equipped with sophisticated weapons, which our police force does not possess. Where from are they coming? Who is funding them? These are the questions to be resolved through a well deliberated counter-terrorism strategy achieved through a broad consensus among the political parties.

Ironically, a ‘construct’ of ‘conspiracy’ has been created as a propaganda gimmick, in order to discredit any hypothesis/idea which is likely to be proven factual. It is a strategy of camouflaging facts and realities. There is thus a ‘big conspiracy’ against the so called ‘conspiracy theories.’ It is much easier to dismiss a reality by simply saying: “Ah! It is one of those ‘conspiracy theories.’ The terrorists, who are rampant in Pakistan, are not ‘Taliban’. Pakistani Taliban or Punjabi Taliban are some of the semantic manipulations to defame Pakistan as if it were an abode of radicals, fanatics and ‘terrorists.’. India on the other hand is free from such menace. That there are fissiparous trends in 17 or more Indian states is very shrewdly concealed. What about the Naxellites? They are overly active in quite a number of states, and that they are gaining in strength. India is finding it difficult to contain them. Were Indian forces not involved in fanning Tamil separatism in Sri Lanka?

Pakistan’s radicalism is a post 9/11 phenomenon. The society, otherwise was relatively quite peaceful, adhering to the middle –of-the-road approach to Islamic ideology. Unfortunately, General Ziaul Haq in order to perpetuate his hold, produced radical forces to fight against the former Soviet Union.  USA patronized them and when the Red Army had left Afghanistan, USA quite callously abandoned the freedom fighters. If a national government comprising representatives of Pakhtuns, Tajiks, Uzbeks and other minorities would have been formed, Afghanistan would not have been in the state of chaos as it is . The fault is entirely of USA, which covertly wanted it to be fragmented through warlordism.

The “terrorists”, operating in Pakistan are no a ‘monolithic entity. These are those who during the Soviet war were radicalized by the inept policy of Ziaul Haq and later on the reactions against Pervez Musharraf’s very naively conceived policy of pleasing the US government by propounding the so called ‘enlightened moderation’, what actually meant, was to sheepishly adopt the western values, not realizing that Muslims could be very modern, yet they maintain the core values of their faith, which gives them their real ‘identity’ and respect among the comity of nations.

Now about the “Strategic Depth’, which is a straight forward concept to achieve attitudinal harmony between Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan, as very natural regional allies. A well deliberated geopolitical strategy has to be conceived creating mutual trust and harmony so that under conditions of peace, these countries reinforce each other’s prosperity through trade and cooperation and under crises, they act similarly as EU countries do. If any of the countries in EU, is attacked by an adversary, “it would be taken as if it were an attack on EU”, that is collectively they would protect each other. Why should it be a taboo for the Muslim countries, that they should not forge a ‘cohesive mutual paradigm of inter-existence.’? “Strategic Depth is never a narrow concept of “physical depth”, but a depth of security in all its dimensions. It is based on trust and a firm commitment to honour the dignity and identity of each other. No amount of propaganda can deter these countries to ultimately converge on a collective paradigm, which provides ‘strategic security.’ Too much voice is being raised against a legitimate concept – ‘Strategic Depth’ – as some one rightly said: “The higher the voice, the smaller the intellect.”

Dr S.M. Rahman is the Secretary General of FRIENDS, a Think Tank established by General Mirza Aslam Beg, former Chief of Staff, Pakistan Army. He has several books to his credit and papers published in different newspapers and journals. He is a regular contributor to

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  1. khurrum says:

    Was Creation of Pakistan Divide
    and Rule too as we left more muslims in India then in Pakistan ?

    Muslim unity was shatered that day
    as now muslims were divided into two
    and later into three countries by

    What we lost was an empire 2000
    years old ruled by Pasthun kings
    with indians as thier subjects

    Now we have the same indians and hindus
    as super power in next 50 years
    with pakistan as its subject.

    Reality is bitter but our inteligencia
    fails to digest it.

    Even we pursue strategic depth which
    is vieled great game with us as
    Allies of usa and Uk against Russia and
    Iran and Afghanistan which we
    destroyed with this policy.

    At Least thier will be no Pashtun
    Kings to Rule India and Punjab as
    During last 2000 years upto Ranjit
    Singh who was sponsered by British
    to Fight Pashtuns and rebel
    against Ahmed shah abdali and
    his son Nadir shah who actually
    made him governor of Punjab
    in first place.

    Divide and rule then and now in
    form of such policies is continuing
    What we are getting is obvious
    same as Ranjit got.

    His son Daleep Singh made
    christean boy in queen victoria
    palace in london and her servant.

    History has Lessons for us which we
    Dont want to see.

    This policy will

  2. When 1984 Genocide on Sikhs is discussed in indian parliament, speaker of the house/parliament including rest others, always state “PM has apologized about this genocide, nothing more can be done, forget about convicting single criminal for indian 1984 genocide on SIKHS”.

    *SIKHS* minority religion in india < 2% of population in india.

    For last 26 years India has failed to convict even a single criminal for causing 1984 genocide on SIKHS, however when it comes to 1984 Bhopal Hindu UCC accident they are keen to call upon US president Obama and seek justice.

    *SIKHS* minority religion in india < 2% of population in india.

    Should not the same be said by Speaker of indian parliament that "US president has apologized, now lets forget and move-on" for bhopal 1984 accident?

    Two set of laws for same citizens of india (what a democracy, india ?).

    *SIKHS* minority religion in india < 2% of population in india.
    http://www.tribunei 2010/20100615/ main2.htm# 1

    Manoj Mitta, senior editor with Times of India, speaks in Newton about ?sheer gravity? of 1984 Sikh massacre

    SURREY ? A heavy hitter in the Indian media is in Surrey Friday night to cap off his Canadian tour in a quest for justice for 2,733 Sikhs who were massacred in Delhi in 1984.
    Manoj Mitta, a senior editor with the Times of India, was invited by the World Sikh Organization to discuss a book he co-authored with Indian lawyer H.S. Phoolka concerning the massacre. His speaking engagement is at the Grand Taj Banquet Hall in Newton at 7:30 p.m.
    Mitta, who is not Sikh himself, specializes in legal and public policy issues at the Times, which has a circulation of roughly 10 million and is considered to be the largest circulated English newspaper in the world.
    His book is called When a tree shook Delhi: The 1984 Carnage and its Aftermath. Since its publication two years ago, Mitta has addressed both the British and Canadian parliaments on the subject.
    His passion is evident.
    ?The sheer gravity of what happened,? he started, cried out for such a book.
    ?Even as we speak, none of the political leaders complicit in this carnage have so far been convicted. None of the police officials who allowed this carnage to take place on their watch have so far been convicted.?
    And that?s despite some 10 official inquiries to date, he noted.
    Mitta says his book has ?presented the big picture ? something the state is unwilling to do.?
    It explores the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi, and their aftermath. The carnage lasted for three days, after Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by two of her Sikh bodyguards in retaliation for Operation Bluestar, in which Gandhi ordered the Indian army to attack Sikh militants in the Golden Temple in Amritsar. The violence ended with Ghandi?s cremation. Later, her son remarked of the events, ?When a big tree falls, the earth is bound to shake.?
    This, of course, provided the name for Mitta?s book.
    ?The book is essentially about impunity,? he explained. ?We (India) came to be the world?s largest democracy and this is a test case of commitment to the rule of law. Something of this magnitude could take place in the capital of our country and we have no justice to show for it. None of the culprits, perpetrators, have so far been convicted. So, how did that happen? What led to this kind of impunity??
    ?There is a lot of emotion in the minds of people that the thing happened, but they never had facts, they never had the actual details, and this book served that purpose, filled that very important gap. There was a need for people to be armed with information.
    ?It was also meant to serve the purpose of helping break this pattern of sectarian violence that is there in India,? Mitta said. ?The fact that the culprits of ?84 got away provoked further rounds of sectarian violence in ?92, 2002, 2008. Other communities were affected ? Muslims and Christians in the last instance. We believe had they done justice in ?84, perhaps these subsequent rounds of violence would not have happened.?
    As for the killings in 1984, he said, ?for three days it was all happening as if it was to a plan.?
    ?People have very little idea of how something of this magnitude could have happened right in the capital.?
    Despite an apology issued in 2005 by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ? who is, notably, a Sikh ? Mitta contends that the Indian government still ?has not rendered justice? to the victims and remains in a ?denial mode?
    ?They are not observing the 25th anniversary of the massacre, they are only observing Indira Ghandi?s assassination,? he said.
    Mitta wants to see a museum built in Delhi to commemorate the massacre.

    "We cannot be silenced on this issue when nobody has faced justice," said Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, a legal advisor for Sikhs for Justice. "Canada and the western world have a legal and moral obligation towards those Sikhs who fell victims to such a massacre.

    On June 9, 2010, A commemorative ceremony took place on the front lawn of parliament which was attended by more than thousand members of Sikh community, and where many Members of Parliament voiced their support, including: Andrew Kania, Sukh Dhaliwal, Bob Rae (Toronto Centre), Rob Oliphant (Don Valley West), Bonnie Crombie (Mississauga South), Kirsty Duncan (Etobicoke North), Dan McTeague (Pickering-Scarborough East), Mark Holland (Ajax Pickering) and Jean Dorion (Longueuil -Pierre Boucher). NDP leader Jack Layton has also voiced his support in an earlier statement.

    Here is the text of NDP leader Jack Layton statement from his website:
    "It is with great sorrow that I extend my sympathies on the 26th anniversary of the invasion of the Darbar Sahib complex, also known as the Golden Temple, in Amritsar, India."
    "The tragic events that unfolded over the course of those sweltering days in June, and the subsequent killings in November, have deeply hurt the Sikh community, both in India and abroad."
    "I stand in solidarity with the community and many Canadians across the country, in seeking justice. When innocent lives are lost with no accountability or explanation from the government, we have an obligation, as one democratic government to another, to ask why and seek honest answers for our citizens."
    "As we gather to remember June 1984, I remind Canadians that remembrance is the tie that binds us to our past ? it guides us for the challenges of the future."
    "Lest we forget."

  3. Pakistan is ruled by cowards and idiots. All PK had to do was pump 200K Troops into AK and do what men must.

    That is defend the honour and dignity of their people.

    They failed and the people are in a mess. Ditto for all the Muslim countries, except Turkey who is now emerging as the only mature and responsible Muslim nation on Earth.

    PK has lost it’s way and we should only look at our backward selves to understand why.

    The attire, the educational system, the system…it’s all a mess…

  4. India…

    Now there is a country I would like to see dismantled. Many Indians are some of the chauvenistic, White-hating racists I’ve met. I think I hate Islam and Pakistan less than India.


  5. since 1948, over 460,000 hindus hve ben pushed out of kashmir by muslims,
    the attrocites caused by these muslims , were far worse than anything india has done, they are just there to keep peace and let hindus live peacefully which is impossible in a muslim country.
    afterall pakistan was once india. you tube it

  6. neel123 says:

    @ Dr S.M. Rahman,

    It must be a dream job for you, sitting in the comforts of England, and enjoying a good life out of Saudi money, doing full time India bashing and misinformation campaign ….. !

    What has happened and happening in Kashmir is open to the Whole world …….. what is going unnoticed is rampant human rights violation in Balochistan by the Pakistani Army.

    India will crush the agents of Pakistan amongst the Kashmiris with iron fist …… !

    @ Surinder,

    The raid of Golden Temple was the most appropriate thing to do, to flush out and kill the enemies of India funded by the enemies…….. but the killing of the innocent Sikhs later was absolutely horrendous, there is no doubt about it. But you have to remember, it is always the innocent that pay with their lives in any conflict, political or otherwise……… the Sikhs are no special on this account ……….. !

    @ Jack,

    It is so sweet of you that you hate India more than Islam and Pakistan ………. you fu**ing Red-neck ……. !!

  7. such poverty in a democracy puts democracy to shame but for the encroaching totalitarian growth fortunes and the ability to overturn colonial imperialisms that delined the society……

  8. Abraham says:

    The Kashmir issue is very complex and the result of historical injustices.

    Whenever the discussion of Kashmir comes, the subject of Pundits is always brought in. One fact that is always left out is that the Pundits constituted only 1%-3% of the population depending on the region within Kashmir. But they held more than 90% of the Government jobs until a lot of them were pushed out due to a plan of Governor Jagmohan who was not a Muslim.

    Even in the rest of the country, until the 60s, the Brahmins (Pundits are Brahmins) who are only 3% of the population cornered the majority of white collar jobs using their monopoly over education earned by virtue of the caste sytem created by themselves. This situation was repaired by the reservation system.

    Normally, most of the Indians give less weight to facts than perceptions.

  9. Same is case in Pakistan we kill christean in gojra under guidence of shareef brothers and thier ssp terrorist senator sajid mir and terrorist supporter law minister rana sanaullah.

    what is difference between pakistan and india then ?

    we are bunch of illetrate religiuos extremist unlike true teaching of islam.

    Kashmir problem was created by ahmadi foriegn minister ch zafurullah khan as they wanted a cause of hatred to remain between new states in 1947

    we could have become like usa and canada with our own biggest economic area and market.

    divide and rule subued india and pak too , the silk route was finished and west has total domination of our markets

    this how colonisation works

    this rulers afghan are now in tater while thier slaves rule in india,afghanistan and pakistan

    while we lament lack of leaders as thier will be none from slaves races as they dont have it in thier genes

    lest not forget dr muhatir as his father was a pashtun too from buner pukhtunkwa who made malaysia!!!!!

  10. siddiqui says:

    For the first time I have come across a definite definition of “strategic Depth” which defies all logic……………..A military alliance of Pakistan/Iran and Afghanistan ?????………..just as gravity cannot be defied so one cannot defy History !! Nadir Shah and Abdali came simply for the loot and not for the love of “Musalmans”,,,,,,,,,Afghans did not create any problems for us in 1965 & ’71 and they will behave just in the same manner again; Iran ?? one should not depend upon them; they let us down in 1971 despite certain arrangements…they have to naturally watch their own interests FIRST !
    Bottom line is WE MUST DEPEND UPON OURSELVES and we can; Pakistan is not a tiny country to be so easily taken over by anybody

    And please stop being “India-Centric”; there are better things in life. Let us be a united people with good governance and then nobody can lift a finger against Pakistan

    I request to people like Aslam Baig and Dr Rehman to live in real world and not in Cuckoo Land!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If we dont help ourselves nobody can………………………

    With due apologies to great strategists; often we deliberately complicate simple matters to show off..

  11. tariqqurayshi says:

    Khurram’s views have no relevance to Dr Rahman’s excellent piece. His are based on heresy and disinformation munching Indian themes. Let us begin with Imtiaz Alam: he is an indophile, a secular and heads Indian lobby in Pakistan. My advice to Imtiaz Alam is to leave us alone and go to your masters in India.

    Khurram should check his facts. Writing is a responsibilty and one try not to misuse it. According to a CIA census (see Times March 5, 2007) Indians Muslims are only 147 million. Pakistani’s are 161 million. Today it is fast approaching 190 million. It is equally wrong to say that Nader Shah was Ahmad Shah Abdali’s son. In fact Nader Shah was the Persian Emperor who groomed Ahmad Shah in his early years.

    Khurram seems to be a lost soul intimidated by the Indian numbers and their recent economic gains but we are not. In the sixties and eighties our economy was much better than their’s. And we can still catch up despite their being backed by the West and Israel.

    Khurram is again wrong when he shows lack of respect for the Pakistani people. Our racial profile is second to none. We are Turkomans, Persian, Arabs, Afghans, Central Asians, and local Aryans. Read Dr Dani’s “The New Light on Central Asia.” Our current crop of rulers might be slavish to the U.S. but we are not

    Pakistanis’ potential is far greater than what presently appears to be. Some time it is better to see one’s self through others’ eyes. Ask Indians, Israelis, and Americans
    about yourself. Why are they talking ill about Pakistan all the time? I can assure you it is not the alleged terrorism.

    Dr Rahman has in advertantly put his foot on the Indian tail. Look at the Indian response to his article — fuming at their mouth and seething with rage as if he has let the heavan fall on them. They have zero tolerance and that shows the kind of breed they are.

  12. 'Michael Correll says:

    My understanding is that Malechas (those out-side of Hinduism such as Christians and Muslims) are lower than Dalits (Untouchable but still Hindus).

  13. The article above is a perfect example of biased coverage that the author himself accuses the Indian writer of, perhaps his memory is too short to remember what happened in the war of 1971, 3-4 million Hindus were killed mercilessly and without any reason in the East Pakistan(now Bangladesh), if not for the magnanimity of India, close to 95000 troops who were Pakistani prisoners of war in India would have been butchered the same way too, after all, all those were the ones that butchered the 3-4 million Hindus in former East Pakistan.

    It’s quite apparent to see why this kind of an article would come from this author though, here’s India, which is growing as perhaps one of the next superpowers of the world, and here’s Pakistan, a failed state which is not going to exist as a united entity for anything more than a decade, running behind China might buy Pakistan some time, but can’t eventually stop the internal rebellions that are threatening to undermine it’s very existence

  14. Imtiaz Alam’s history is known to every one. A paid source of RAW sitting in Journalists community of Pakistan. His activities in India if known to people would render him …….
    He has to get directions from his masters. But failure is on our part that despite having identified black sheep of his kind Government and agencies are unmoved. I do not waiting for what.

  15. Dr. Khan says:

    Looks like this guy has earned his doctorate in bullshit. DR Rahman… YOU LIE, just like a mooselimb is expected to.

  16. tariqqurayshi says:

    I am amazed at Siddiqui’s grossly misunderstanding of Dr Rahman’s definition of security depth. In fact, Rahman is brilliant here. It sounds ironic to me to me that every nation in the world seeks space for itself in this hostile world but it is Pakistan which is to be denied safe environment for itself. People like Siddique are not pushed about India’s presence in Afghanistan. They are also not worried about aggression against Pakistan. If Pakistan seeks secure borders, it is for peace and not expansion.
    Siddique’s tirade against Ahmad Shah Abdali is also unjustified. Abdali, Allah’s mercy be on him, did not come to Delhi on his own. People like Shah Waliullah and others urged him to come and save his Muslim brothers from the extending hands of the Hindu India (marhatas). Abdali was our benefactor. He was our son also because he was born in Multan. He smashed the Hindu power and returned to his his country. If he had greed for territory and wealth, he would not have given up the conquered territory back to the Mughal dynasty. How common is such kind of character? Compare our present-day democratically elected ruler’s lust for power and grab for money and one can understand the caliber of that man.
    We should avoid making negative remarks about our Muslim brothers of Afghanistan and Iran. We should also bear this in mind that Pakistanis of Pashtun origin are far greater in number than the Afghan Pashtun. In that sense we belong as much to Afghanistan as Afghanis are to us.
    Our safety as a Muslim people lie on the West of our borders while the trouble lies in the east in India. It is unfortunate that some people are falling victim to the secular dominated media and its attempt to distort our values and history. Yes we should be self reliant but we should also have security and economic linkages in the Muslim world. Our history is our strenght and so is our being Muslim.

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