Not only in Pakistan, but also in the whole world. There is this misconception that all these terrorists group consists of uneducated people and the ones who are really poor and got frustrated and this was the only way to carry out their anger in the form of revenge from an unjust society. Yes, there are some uneducated terrorists as well but these are sent with the bombs wrapped around them, because apparently they’re being of no more use but this. The leading panel of the Taliban groups are mostly educated people. For example in the incident of Karachi bus firing.
students who share and agree with the sectarian worldview. The government as well as religious scholars is concerned about the sectarianism imparted through madrassa education because of gory and unpleasant nature of sectarian violence in Pakistan. Extant research finds that madrassa products may not be well represented in the ranks of the observed Islamist militant groups in Pakistan; nor are they prominent among international terrorist organizations. One should not conclude that madrassas do not contribute t the sectarian problem . SECTION II CURRENT TRENDS OF SECTARIANISM AND MILITANCY IN PAKISTAN 2.1 Current Trends of Sectarianism and Militancy Jihadi violence gradually increased in Pakistan in general and in Punjab in particular.
The US president Richard Nixon and his national security adviser Henry Kissinger were both ardent supporters of the leaders of Pakistan in general and General Yahya Khan in particular. Their continued support to the belligerent regime despite reports of targeted killings and genocide and the helplessness of India as it was drawn to war form the main thread of the book. The book shows how personal affiliations of the powerful and ulterior political motives of certain countries and its leaders can change the face of history and affect and destroy the lives of
He brought financial support from Saudi Arabia and CIA also and then training of mujahedeen against Soviets started in Pakistan. He wanted to move these trained mujahedeen also towards Kashmir to liberate them from Indians. Now CIA also has another prominent personality as Abdullah Azzam and his cofounder as Osama bin Laden, who have contributed a lot to drove out Soviet army from Afghanistan. Abdullah was actually a Palestinian who had also created Hamas, whose struggle is based on to liberate Palestine from the occupation of Israel. He also wanted to move this inspirational force towards Palestine after victory in Afghanistan.
Many solders from the Syrian army joined the protest and brought in machine guns. Then, rebal groups came a long and wanted to take over, other groups like ISIS and Kurds did too. Saudi Arabia and Turkey and other gulf states supported ISIS and started giving them weapons. Then, Russia was on the presidents side and so was Iran. Civil War started to breakout.
As Osama grew up he becomes involved in Islamic radical groups and helped the mujahedin, a group of guerrilla fighters in Islamic territories, fight against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan by campaigning and providing funds for them. I believe this war with the Soviet Union is what really evoked Osama Bin Laden’s hatred of the US. The US’s involvement in this war is something he will carry with him until the day he died. The Soviet Union invading Afghanistan posed a big threat to Bin Laden. Because of his religious beliefs, he believed Afghanistan and the surrounding countries should adopt an Islamic regime, not a communist one.
Due to several terrorist attacks in Pakistan it creates fear among the nation. The peoples of Pakistan want to get rid of these terrorist attacks so, the government of Pakistan started operation zarb-e-azb in North wazirastan. This operation reduced the terrorist but on the other hand many innocent native people are also affected. They are known as ‘internally displaced persons’ in short IDP’s. They suffer from many problem and
Military coups started to take place when politicians showed illegitimacy and corruption. But the military governments were not exactly good too. I am writing this piece to compare Ayub Khan’s era and Bhutto’s era. But to do that it is essential that all the social, political and economic aspects are considered with due regard. Only after analyzing all these aspects can we decide which era benefited Pakistan the most.
There were some big differences between East and West Pakistan. Language, economy, culture, race were different. Moreover, no great leader who can marry East and West Pakistan had appeared. Then, complaints from the East Pakistan people had continued to rise to the governments’ unbalanced policy toward inequality. In addition, the West Pakistan had monopolized the government and military posts, and also controlled the economy.
Poor law and order created by mercenaries, criminals and extremists have taken a heavy toll on the daily life of general public. There are numerous factors causing militancy; hence no single solution exists for problems faced by us. Multiple concurrent line of actions need to be adopted and global representation must to be taken into account while considering way forward. The local as well as external factors need be taken care of to isolate and eliminate