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Army Generals “upset,” but seek to “ease friction” with the government


Islamabad (MAMOSA Report) April 10: The Pakistani media is showing a lot of restraint in reporting the corps commanders’ conference held at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi. However, one thing is clear in most reporting: the Army generals are still very “upset” for being “unfairly criticized” by a few federal ministers; but they ‘sought to ease apparent friction with the civilian government’ after being assured by the Prime Minister that the members of his cabinet will refrain from making ‘unnecessary’ statements on former president Pervez Musharraf’s treason trial.

Daily Dawn reports that the seething resentment in the military ranks was obvious as generals met for the corps commanders’ conference at the General Headquarters on Wednesday.

corps commander Army Generals “upset,” but seek to “ease friction” with the government

Army Chief General Raheel Sharif had already said that army “will resolutely its own dignity and institutional pride”. Gen Raheel’s statement was loud and clear and had ‘effectively blown away the façade of civilian and military leadership being on the same page.’

Although not stated in so many words and masked as “unfair criticism”, the anger is because of former president retired Gen Pervez Musharraf’s trial on charges of high treason and what is being seen as his public humiliation by some ministers, story in Dawn points out.

The generals are also said to be displeased with the manner in which the government has proceeded with the peace dialogue despite their reservation. According to “an officer who witnessed the proceedings” of the Corps Commanders Conference, “the intensity of the feelings on the issue remained high.”

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“Government quietly informed the military leadership … it had no plan to discredit the army as an institution.. “

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“…a senior security official insisted… the army had no interest in derailing the democratic process. However, … politicians should not ‘cross limits’ … “

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“The situation can be addressed only once there is realization,” a source said, indicating that commanders were finding the government indifferent to their complaints.

Unlike the media release on Gen Raheel’s comments in Tarbela, the matter was not reflected in the statement on the meeting at GHQ.

However, a section of the media feels that the top military commanders ‘sought to ease apparent friction with the civilian government.’ Express Tribune claims that the Corps Commanders were ‘assured by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that the members of his cabinet will refrain from making ‘unnecessary’ statements on former president Pervez Musharraf’s treason trial.’

The Express Tribune has based its story on information given to them by a PML ‘insider’ and a ‘senior PML N leader.’ The daily reports an interesting claim made by their source that the government had quietly informed the military leadership ‘ahead of the corps commanders’ meeting’ that “it had no plan to discredit the army as an institution under the pretext of Musharraf’s trial.”

The daily says that the Army commanders although expressed concerns over ‘dragging’ their institution into such controversial matters “agreed, however, not to issue any public statement on the matter.”

An Army official also told the daily that “the army had no interest in derailing the democratic process. However, he cautioned that politicians should not ‘cross limits’ in their criticism.”

 

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Artists install massive poster of child’s face in Pakistan field to shame drone operators


child poster Artists install massive poster of child’s face in Pakistan field to shame drone operatorsLondon (MAMOSA Report) April 9: Earlier this year, a US Department of Defence study found that the US pilots of drones have developed stress disorders as much as those in combat do – suffering mental health problems including post-traumatic stress, depression and anxiety.

In order to maintain their emotional distance from their targets, the software US government is using to assess the number of casualties is referred to in government circles as ‘Bug Splat.’

In Pakistan, one campaign group has set out to address this by using a poster on the ground in a drone targeted region of Pakistan.

British daily The Independent reports that, giant ‘Not A Bug Splat’ art installation takes aim at the US predator drone operators who attack targets inside Pakistan.

The 90 by 60 feet vinyl image shows the face of a child whose parents were killed in a drone attackchild photo drone pakistan girl Artists install massive poster of child’s face in Pakistan field to shame drone operators

Around 900 adult civilians have been killed in drone attacks in Pakistan, along with an estimated 330 children, in operations that Amnesty International has said often targeted unarmed victims and could amount to war crimes.

The 90 by 60 feet vinyl image shows the face of a child whose parents were killed in one such attack.

The picture is laid out in a field in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region.

Speaking to The Independent a representative of the #NotABugSplat group said the aim of the project was to “humanise” drone attacks, and was inspired “after learning the fact that drone operators refer to kills as ‘bug splats’.”

The aim of the poster is to challenge the insensitivity to drone strike victims as well as raising awareness of civilian casualties: “The piece was laid out in KPK province about 2 weeks ago into the field by village locals.”

“It was left there until people decided to use the fabric for roofing and other useful purposes.”

“The art was always meant to be utilized and not discarded after it was photographed. And of course, we dream of children fata Artists install massive poster of child’s face in Pakistan field to shame drone operatorsseeing peace in this beautiful region.”

According to the group’s website: “The group of artists traveled inside KPK province and, with the assistance of highly enthusiastic locals, unrolled the poster amongst mud huts and farms.”

“It is their hope that this will create empathy and introspection amongst drone operators, and will create dialogue amongst policy makers, eventually leading to decisions that will save innocent lives.”

“Now, when viewed by a drone camera, what an operator sees on his screen is not an anonymous dot on the landscape, but an innocent child victim’s face.”

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Pollard, a Jewish-American spy who gave secrets about Pakistan’s nuclear program to Israel


1 SPY Pollard, a Jewish American spy who gave secrets about Pakistan’s nuclear program to IsraelWashington D.C. (MAMOSA Report), April 3: Supporters of Jonathan Pollard say that the Jewish-American spy did nothing, but help an ally, Israel, and clemency given to him could help the Middle East peace process. But his critics say Pollard did serious damage to the US intelligence set up and his release would gain nothing.

What did he do? Initially, Pollard passed along secrets related to artillery developments in several Arab countries. Then matters escalated from there. The Israelis continued to ask him for secrets ‘directly related to their security,’ according to a CIA study, including Arab and Pakistani nuclear secrets and capabilities of the Soviet weapons in Arab hands, reports Christian Science Monitor.

But Pollard may have given them much more than that. He passed along great volumes of intelligence material. On Jan. 23, 1985, he handed over five suitcases of secrets, for instance. He kept up an almost-steady biweekly schedule of further deliveries until his arrest in November 1985.

1 PALESTINIAN ISRAEL USA SPY Pollard, a Jewish American spy who gave secrets about Pakistan’s nuclear program to Israel

The US government announcement that it may release this ‘Jewish American’ spy from custody has immediately started a heated public debate in the US as well as in Israel.

Why does the US want to release an Israeli spy at this stage? The answer is simple: the US only wants to release this convicted spy “as an incentive to keep the troubled Middle East peace negotiations going,” report the Associated Press and other US and Israeli media outlets.

His name may be little remembered after 27 years in federal prison. But in his day, his case was almost as famous as1 jonthan pollard Pollard, a Jewish American spy who gave secrets about Pakistan’s nuclear program to Israel Mr. Snowden’s is now – and highly controversial.

Christian Science Monitor further reports that Jonathan Pollard was a Jewish American who from an early age was determined to aid Israel, according to a CIA damage report drafted in 1987 and declassified in recent years. He did well as an undergraduate at Stanford University but at times frightened classmates by claiming to be a Mossad agent, waving a pistol in the air, and screaming that everyone was out to get him.

“Pollard’s fantasies regarding involvement with clandestine US and Israeli intelligence operations continued during his employment with US naval intelligence from 1979 to 1985,” reads the CIA report, which is heavily redacted for security reasons.

Colleagues had noted his suspicious handling of classified material and turned him in. Initially, he sought refuge at the Israeli Embassy, but Israel refused to recognize him at the time. He pleaded guilty to leaking documents to Israel and received a life sentence. Interesting: he was not charged with treason, because Israel is not an enemy of the US.

The US intelligence community has not forgotten or forgiven Pollard for his actions. Any move to release him will surely spark a furious internal reaction.

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ڈالر سستا ہو گیا، لیکن اشیاء سستی نہیں ہوئیں


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محمود شام صاحب کہتے ہیں “ خطرات بہت بڑھ گئے ہیں ۔ مجھے یہ بتاوء کہ اگر کھر مییں مسلح افراد گھس آئیں۔ اور خطرہ ہو کہ وہ عورتوں سے زیادتی کریں گے، مردوں پر تشدد کریں گے اغوا کرکے لیجائیں گے، تو بچو تم کیا کرو گے؟” ۔  

آیئے پڑھتے ہیں شام صاحب کا کالم، ڈالر سستا ہو گیا، لیکن اشیاء سستی نہیں ہوئیں۔

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