Shahbaz letter to Osama, is it true?

gorgias

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
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gorgias

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Files recovered from Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbotabad reveal that the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s brother, Punjab chief minister Shahbaz Sharif, sought to strike a peace deal with the Deobandi terrorist outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) through al Qaeda, The Long War Journal reported.


However, Lahore-based pro-PMLN newspaper The Nation had reported in 2013 that PMLN Punjab government of Shahbaz Sharif had struck deal with Taliban through banned Sipah-e-Sahaba (ASWJ/LeJ) for no-terrorism in Punjab province and that lasted till the Operation Zarb-e-Azb’s beginning.
However, the OBL’s files were revealed in terror convict Pakistani Abid Naseer’s trial by a Brooklyn jury earlier this month. One of the files is a letter written by Atiyah Abd al Rahman (Mahmud), who was then the general manager of al Qaeda, to Osama bin Laden (identified as Sheikh Abu Abdallah) in July 2010.
The letter reveals a complicated nexus involving Al Qaeda, the Pakistani Taliban, and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
According to one letter from Rahman, one of bin Laden’s top deputies, dated July 2010, Bin Laden was informed that Shahbaz Sharif wanted to cut a deal with the TTP, whose leadership was close to Bin Laden. The government “was ready to reestablish normal relations as long as [the Pakistani Taliban] do not conduct operations in Punjab.”
Attacks elsewhere in Pakistan were apparently acceptable under the terms of the alleged proposal.
Punjab govt’s negotiations
Rahman’s letter stated that Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif initiated negotiations with the Wahhabis-allied Deobandi militant group Taliban. In the letter, Rahman informed that Deobandi TTP commanders Hakeemullah Mehsud and Qari Husayn that Shahbaz Sharif “sent them a message indicating they [the government] wanted to negotiate with them, and they were ready to reestablish normal relations as long as they do no conduct operations in Punjab.”
Rahman clarified that the deal was limited to the “governmental jurisdiction” of Punjab and did not include Islamabad.
“The government said they were ready to pay any price…and so on,” the letter states. “They told us the negotiations were under way.”
Rahman then made it clear that the TTP was to keep Al Qaeda leadership in the loop at all times. “We stressed that they needed to consult us on everything, and they promised they would.”
According to the report, Shahbaz Sharif’s willingness to negotiate is consistent with his public opinion at the time. The chief minister was a vociferous critic of General Pervez Musharraf’s policies and “blamed the escalation of violence in Pakistan on Pervez Musharraf.”
The file also revealed the role of Pakistan’s top counter-intelligence agency in the said nexus. But, presently, the intelligence agency, somehow, plays a positive role in counterterrorism operations against the Frankenstein Monster (Taliban and affiliates) hence we avoid mentioning the part cited by Long War Journal’s quoting the Osama Bin Laden (OBL)’s files.

http://www.shiitenews.org/index.php...z-wanted-deal-for-no-taliban-attack-in-punjab
 

gorgias

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
WASHINGTON: A report published in*America’s Wall Street Journal has disclosed shocking revelations that Punjab’s CM Shahbaz Sharif wanted to cut a deal with TTP if they*did not attack Pakistan’s biggest province. The report also says that US administration also misled their public about Al Qaeda’s demise and plenty of**materiel and documents were found from Osama Bin Laden’s compound of Abbotabad, but analysts and agencies’ officials were given access to only few. “It was quite a haul: 10 hard drives, nearly 100 thumb drives and a dozen cellphones. There were DVDs, audio and video tapes, data cards, reams of handwritten materials, newspapers and magazines. At a Pentagon briefing days after the ...

WASHINGTON: A report published in*America’s Wall Street Journal has disclosed shocking revelations that Punjab’s CM Shahbaz Sharif wanted to cut a deal with TTP if they*did not attack Pakistan’s biggest province.
The report also says that US administration also misled their public about Al Qaeda’s demise and plenty of**materiel and documents were found from Osama Bin Laden’s compound of Abbotabad, but analysts and agencies’ officials were given access to only few.
“It was quite a haul: 10 hard drives, nearly 100 thumb drives and a dozen cellphones. There were DVDs, audio and video tapes, data cards, reams of handwritten materials, newspapers and magazines. At a Pentagon briefing days after the raid, a senior military intelligence official described it as “the single largest collection of senior terrorist materials ever.”
The Wall Street*Journal report that was prepared on the findings*of*some officials of Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA), says that a letter also found shows “A*complicated nexus involving Al Qaeda, the Pakistani Taliban, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, and the ISI.”
Following is*a piece from WSJ Report
According to one letter, dated July 2010, the brother of Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan’s current prime minister, sought to strike a peace deal with the jihadists. Bin Laden was informed that Shahbaz Sharif, who was then the chief minister of Punjab, wanted to cut a deal with the Pakistani Taliban, whose leadership was close to bin Laden. The government “was ready to reestablish normal relations as long as [the Pakistani Taliban] do not conduct operations in Punjab,” according to the letter from Atiyah Abd al Rahman, one of bin Laden’s top deputies. Attacks elsewhere in Pakistan were apparently acceptable under the terms of the alleged proposal. Al Qaeda intended to guide the Pakistani Taliban throughout the negotiations. The same letter reveals how al Qaeda and its allies used the threat of terrorist attacks as a negotiating tactic in its talks with the Pakistani military.
You*can read the whole saga by following the link given below:

http://www.wsj.com/articles/stephen...ica-was-misled-on-al-qaedas-demise-1425600796
 

Bangash

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)

شریف نے ہی پاکستان میں طالبان کی حمایت کی ہے پیسے دیئے ہیں اسلح دیا ہے اور اسامہ بن لادن کے دوست یہی تھے- شیعہ سنی فساد میں یہ لوگ شریک ہیں
حقیقی خوارج یہی ہیں اسکو الٹا لٹکانا چاہئے
 

Okara

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Why they sent this letter to Osama instead of Whitehouse who is handeling these monsters?
 

Okara

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
This mean actually letter was sent on Whiehouse address and which was forward on a relevent address.
 

Usama Tayyab

Minister (2k+ posts)
According to one letter, dated July 2010, the brother of Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan’s current prime minister, sought to strike a peace deal with the jihadists. Bin Laden was informed that Shahbaz Sharif, who was then the chief minister of Punjab, wanted to cut a deal with the Pakistani Taliban, whose leadership was close to bin Laden. The government “was ready to reestablish normal relations as long as [the Pakistani Taliban] do not conduct operations in Punjab,” according to the letter from Atiyah Abd al Rahman, one of bin Laden’s top deputies. Attacks elsewhere in Pakistan were apparently acceptable under the terms of the alleged proposal. Al Qaeda intended to guide the Pakistani Taliban throughout the negotiations. The same letter reveals how al Qaeda and its allies used the threat of terrorist attacks as a negotiating tactic in its talks with the Pakistani military.

http://www.wsj.com/articles/stephen-hayes-and-tomas-joscelyn-how-america-was-misled-on-al-qaedas-demise-1425600796
 

hunter123

MPA (400+ posts)
According to one letter, dated July 2010, the brother of Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan’s current prime minister, sought to strike a peace deal with the jihadists. Bin Laden was informed that Shahbaz Sharif, who was then the chief minister of Punjab, wanted to cut a deal with the Pakistani Taliban, whose leadership was close to bin Laden. The government “was ready to reestablish normal relations as long as [the Pakistani Taliban] do not conduct operations in Punjab,” according to the letter from Atiyah Abd al Rahman, one of bin Laden’s top deputies. Attacks elsewhere in Pakistan were apparently acceptable under the terms of the alleged proposal. Al Qaeda intended to guide the Pakistani Taliban throughout the negotiations. The same letter reveals how al Qaeda and its allies used the threat of terrorist attacks as a negotiating tactic in its talks with the Pakistani military


عمران خان نے جو گالی ان کو دی تھی،بالکل ٹھیک دی تھی.ب** *ود
 
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