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No Democracy But Sharia Will Lead To Peace: Taliban


There could be no peace in this region while there is NO SHARIA but democracy

Taliban wants to impose Sharia law
sharia is the only solution

Sami ul Haq, creator of Harkat-ul-Mujahideen and the leader of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan’s (TTP) three man talk’s team, said that there could be no peace in this region while there is NO SHARIA but democracy. Representatives of Pakistani Taliban subversively said that there could be no peace and serenity in Pakistan until it embraces Islamic Sharia Law and US-led forces are completely extract from the  Afghanistan.


Taliban peacekeeping troops and Pakistani government representatives are meeting to devise a policy for officially initiating a most-anticipated conversation. The Taliban had nominated five prominent figures – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf; PTI Chairman, Imran Khan, Jamiat Ullma-e-Islam JUI-S; Chief Maulana Sami ul Haq, Jamaat-e-Islamai JI leader; Prof. Mohammad Ibrahim, JUI-F politician Mufti Kifayat ullah;

and Lal Masjid prayer leader Maulana Abdul Aziz – to act as peace corps between them and the government’s representing team. Imran Khan is leading the campaign in Pakistan against US Drone attacks of terrorist outfits and strongly opposes the military operation in North Waziristan.


In 1996, Talibans got control over Afghanistan. They extended from Pakistan into Afghanistan and formulated a Government as the ISLAMIC EMIRATE OF AFGHANISTAN. It gained the political acknowledgment from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab emirates. Mohammad Omar also known as Mullah Omar was the Spiritual leader of Taliban. Al-Qaeda maintained the Taliban with thousands of armed forces from Pakistan and other parts of the Arab humanity. They were financially supported by Saudi Arabia.


After the 9/11 disaster, the U.S. and its associates acknowledged war against the Taliban and phrased it as “war on terror”. In December 2001, they were forcefully removed from authority by the U.S. and its associates. The Taliban escaped and went into hiding only to regroup letter as a revolt movement against the Karzai Administration and the NATO-led International Security Assistance force.


After 9/11 attacks Pakistan also maintained the U.S prospective. Pakistani armed forces and political government supported the U.S. and its associates in the battle in opposition to the Taliban.


Christians who worked hard in the development of Pakistan are now saying their goodbye to Pakistan for the safety of their and their loved ones lives. For the last 8 months, thousands of Christians left Pakistan and took asylum in Thailand, Srilanka, Malaysia and other South Asian countries, waiting for the pronouncement of UNHCR. Thousands of Hindus traveled to India last year. Hundreds of thousands of Shia- and Ahmedis have already left Pakistan and the rest are in process to depart.


For the last few years, it has been seen that numerous incidents of blasphemy have been filed against the minorities in Pakistan. If the is forced – as insisted by the Taliban – there will be no end to the harassment of innocent people from minorities. Those who have previously been misleadingly blame of blasphemy and who are in prisons, will be given death sentences without any more assessment.