Monday, November 29, 2004

Pakistan's Hamid Gul

UPI's Arnaud de Borchgrave (Commentary: Gulled by Gul) quotes Pakistani (ex) General Hamid Gul, who once ran the infamous ISI, and currently serves as the "strategic adviser" to the country's six-party Islamist alliance (MMA) -- which, incidentally, has been allied with General Musharraf -- as follows:

"The leadership vacuum created by the sad demise of (Palestinian) President (Yasser) Arafat can only be filled by Osama Bin Laden and (Taliban leader) Mullah (Mohammad) Omar, the real leaders that are the only dedicated individuals with the mass support of the Muslim world."

How can India even contemplate a peace process with a nation where the likes of General Gul are legion? See our previous thinking on this subject here: Kashmir

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