“Pakistani Military and ISI trained Al-Qaida” reveals PM Imran Khan

“Pakistani Military and ISI trained Al-Qaida” reveals PM Imran Khan

"Pakistani Military and ISI trainedAl-Qaida" reveals PM Imran Khan

For a long time, we all have known that there is some connectionbetween the Pakistani army and other terrorist groups, but it is the very firsttime that any of the Pakistani leaders have spoken about it openly.

After the Pakistan army trained 'mujaheddin' to fight against theSoviet army in Afghanistan they stayed connected.

Al-Qaida, a terrorist organization was founded in the year 1988 byOsama bin Laden. It was formed in Peshawar in August 1988; the Soviet armybegan to leave Afghanistan in May 1988 and continued till February 1989, sincethen Pakistani military and Al-Qaida are connected.

In the meeting for Foreign Relations in NYC, Prime Minister ImranKhan said, there have been links with Al-Qaida because the Pakistani armytrained them.

He also said that after the 9/11 attack Pakistan went against theterrorists but not everyone in the military agreed with this which resulted ininside attacks on General Musharraf.

Well, he shifted the topic and said he is on 'Mission Kashmir' andtried to make India as the main culprit.

Pakistan had tried to stop terrorism but the country's jihad millhas continued to produce more and more terrorists, one of them is a son of anAir vice Marshal who tried to bomb Times Square a few distances away from wherePrime Minister Imran Khan was speaking.

President of USA Donald Trump has also tried to cover this whenasked about the statement of PM Narendra Modi that Pakistan being the hub ofterrorism. He said that he feels that Iran is the hub of terrorism. Thismust-have bring relief to Pakistan were not only the people like Osama binLaden and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed used to live but also those hijackers whoslammed a fully weaponized aircraft into the world trade center.

Despite all this, Imran Khan has accepted that there is a connectionbetween the Pakistani Military and Al-Qaida.

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