Former US President Barack Obama is seen in his new book as a draw and a shocker.

Monday, November 23, 2020

 Former US President Barack Obama is seen in his new book as a draw and a shocker. 

  • Obama's book has come to the market after the recent US presidential election.
  • The book is called A Promised Land, but the former president of that land lacks moral courage in his book, and in many places Obama has shown intellectual dishonesty.
  • Our Pakistani friends are more interested in the parts of the book that mention Asif Ali Zardari or India, but a closer look at the book reveals that Obama was not convinced of Trump's defeat, so he wrote the book. I have mentioned Trump very carefully and this precaution sometimes seems hypocritical.
  • For example, Obama wrote the story of his meeting with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh but refrained from giving details of his meeting with Narendra Modi. Obama wrote that after the 2008 Mumbai attacks, Manmohan Singh was against Pakistan. There was a lot of pressure to take action but he avoided it and this avoidance caused him a lot of political damage.
  • Manmohan Singh told Obama that the BJP has benefited greatly from the growing hatred against Muslims. On page 601 of the book, Obama called India Gandhi's peace-loving society and wrote in the next paragraph that Indian politics still revolves around religion, caste and community.
  • This part of the book gives the impression that Lashkar-e-Taiba was involved in the Mumbai attacks and that the BJP benefited greatly from the Mumbai attacks. On page 679, Obama mentions the preparations for the Abbottabad operation and says that US intelligence Reputation was now being restored as he claimed that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.
  • The former president of a superpower cannot openly say that the claims made by US intelligence about Saddam Hussein were wrong and that the US invasion of Iraq was wrong. Here, Obama is shocked by his own intelligence.
  • Continuing on this page, Obama wrote that the Pakistani government cooperated with us in the fight against terrorism, but it was also an open secret that some elements in the country's military and particularly the insight administration, the Taliban and maybe al-Qaeda. There were additionally interfaces with
  • The former president of the superpower uses the word "maybe" to link Pakistani intelligence to al-Qaeda, even though he is well aware that during the Abbottabad operation, US commandos raided Osama bin Laden's residence in Bilal Town. The documents recovered from Gah did not contain any evidence of al-Qaeda's links to Pakistani intelligence.
  • Page 696 mentions the conversation between Mike Mullen and General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and Obama's conversation with Asif Ali Zardari. According to Obama, neither Kayani protested against the Abbottabad operation nor Asif Ali Zardari complained to Obama. According to Obama, Zardari congratulated him on the Abbottabad operation, but Zardari has denied Obama's claim.
  • Obama later wrote that when the identification of Osama bin Laden's khaki body was completed, it was decided not to release any pictures of the khaki body so as not to benefit the extremists.
  • Obama did not say what happened to Osama bin Laden's corpse. The issue was silenced because if the former US president had confirmed that Osama bin Laden's body was wrapped in a white shroud and dumped in the Arabian Sea, the question would have been raised as to why Osama bin Laden was not buried. went? Was the superpower also afraid of their funerals and graves?
  • The fact is that what the Americans did with Osama bin Laden's corpse was exactly what they wanted. In 1997, when I first met Osama bin Laden in Tora Bora, near Jalalabad, Mention was made of old comrade Shafiq Al-Madani who was martyred in the battle of Dzhalal-Abad in 1989.
  • Shafiq al-Madani was an expert in "destroying tanks" and he prayed that either I do not want to be buried in the ground, make my grave in the belly of birds and animals so that on the Day of Judgment they will testify that this servant is the enemy of Fighting with him, he was torn to pieces so much that our stomachs became his grave.
  • In 1998, Osama bin Laden mentioned Shafiq al-Madani in Kandahar, and when he interviewed Osama bin Laden in Kabul in November 2001, two months after the 9/11 attacks, he did not forget his colleague Shafiq al-Madani. Barbart Fisk was also to join, but Robert Fisk could not enter Afghanistan through Chaman.
  • When Robert Fisk met me in Beirut in 2006, he regretted that he had not been able to reach Kabul and meet Osama bin Laden. He had recently passed away in the United Kingdom. Agreeing that the former US President showed dishonesty by keeping silent about the corpse of Osama bin Laden.
  • It is more unfortunate that you carry out operations against Osama bin Laden and many of his associates in Pakistan and without proof accuse Pakistan that there were links between Al Qaeda and Pakistani intelligence but you are so wary of Narendra Modi. That he made you tea in 2015 and made you drink it but you made a mention of his tea because if you praised tea you would have to praise Modi but you did not praise him, nor did you criticize him because you They know that the BJP will surround the US embassy in Delhi.
  • There is a lesson for Pakistanis in Obama's book that no matter what you do for the Americans, as long as Pakistan's nuclear program is permanent, the US government will never be satisfied with Pakistan.


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