Former Afghan V-P criticizes Pakistan for the airstrike by Iran and brings up India: “Gets kicked from every angle”

Former Vice President of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh

Former Afghan V-P criticizes Pakistan for the airstrike by Iran and brings up India: "Gets kicked from every angle"

According to an Iranian state-run agency, the operation destroyed the Jaish al-Adl  jihadist group’s Pakistani headquarters.

Amrullah Saleh, the former vice president of Afghanistan, blasted Pakistan on Wednesday in response to Iran’s attacks on its land, claiming that both Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s vision and Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq’s revisionism are in decline.

Saleh praised the airstrikes on suspected militant bases in Pakistan as a “great and courageous move,” but he wished the military of Afghanistan, which is supported by the West, was able to target the Quetta Shura, the Afghan Taliban’s leadership council, when the group was stationed in their neighboring nation for more than 20 years.

The leadership council is thought to have had its headquarters in Quetta, Pakistan, at various points in history. This is where the name “Quetta” originates. The organizational structure and decision-making procedures of the Taliban have been greatly influenced by the Quetta Shura.

Saleh recalled meeting General Parvez Musharraf, who informed him that Pakistan is “not a banana republic where you can send your agents” and claimed to have Osama bin Laden, the notorious Al Qaeda terrorist, in his nation.

Former Afghan V-P criticizes Pakistan for the airstrike by Iran and brings up India: “Gets kicked from every angle”

“Mr. President, that’s the title you just gave your country, not me,” I retorted. Perhaps it is. I guess the meaning of the banana republic is that if a nation has a nuclear weapons but is attacked on all fronts, even if I didn’t know it back then. Saleh wrote in a post on X about the May 2011 operation by US Navy SEALs to murder Osama Bin Laden, the surgical strikes carried out by India, the attacks from Waziristan by Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, and the most recent missile strikes by Iran.

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Both Jinah’s vision and General Zia’s revisionism are waning. I’m not trying to offend anyone,” he continued.

Pakistan denounced Iran on Wednesday for allegedly breaching its airspace and carrying out an attack inside its borders that resulted in the deaths of two children.

The foreign ministry warned on its website that “this violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty is completely unacceptable and can have serious consequences.” “The fact that this illegal act occurred in spite of the fact that Pakistan and Iran have multiple channels of communication” raises even more concerns.

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