CIA behind attack on Malala; Attackers are in Afghanistan: Royal News
By Monitoring Desk / Agencies
Published: October 14, 2012
LAHORE: United States of America was behind the attack on 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai, who was awarded the National Peace Prize, Royal News reported on Sunday.
Taliban militants who attacked on Malala Yousefzai are believe to be in Afghanistan, TV channel reported.
It becomes more and more clear that USA is involved in attack on Malala Yousefzai to continue drone strikes in tribal areas of Pakistan.
There is a clear link between Peace March of Imran Khan to Waziristan (in which many foreign journalists participated) and attack on Malala.
Peace March to Waziristan started worldwide new debates on drone attacks, which CIA never want to accept.
Evil US forces created a dirty plan to kill Malala and they gave the task to Tehreek-e-Taliban or Black Water (Xe).
Attack on Malala gives advantages for CIA:
Drone attacks will carry on as in past and the western world will not take serious Peace March outcome.
Pakistan ARMY will operate in Waziristan and CIA can carry on their secret tasks. Instability will grow in Pakistan as result.
Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik is speaking about Military Operation Western countries are propagating on actions in Waziristan.
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is a coward terrorists organization which works close with CIA, Mossad and RAW.
The Spokesperson of the US State Department, Victoria Nuland has said that the US is encouraged with popular opinion against extremism in Pakistan after attack on Malala Yusufzai.
The Spokesperson of the US State Department, Victoria Nuland was asked during the briefing whether the condemnation across cross-sections of the Pakistani society against Taliban and militancy after the attack on Malala in swat could be termed as a turning point in the fight against extremism in the country. She said this was indeed the silver lining in the tragic incident.
She said this would help the Pakistani government in going after the extremists with popular support. “Obviously, the degree to which the Pakistani people turn against them helps their government to go after them, that would be perhaps a silver lining for this horrible tragedy,” she maintained.
“We have seen in the past in Pakistan that when the Taliban commit truly heinous and outrageous acts like this, it galvanises popular opinion against them not only in cities, but also in those towns and neighborhoods where they plot and hide,” she recalled while referring to other terrorist activities in Pakistan during the last few years.
The spokesperson of the State Department refused to answer a question about Imran Khan s drive against drone attacks in Pakistan and his announcement to take it to the next level in the US. “We respect the right of peaceful protests, but I am not going to comment at all on intelligence matters,” she remarked.
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