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Monday, October 10, 2016

China prevented UN ban on Masood Azhar

By on Monday, October 10, 2016


Beijing, thwarting India's efforts for imposing ban on Jaish-e-Mohamad chief Masood Azhar, has defended its decision in UN. Chinese has said that there were differences to consider application of ban on Masood, and its decision will provide more time to the sides to review the matter.
The expressing reaction on criticism by India the Chinese foreign ministry has said that the members committee of countries no.1267 must reckon on the application given with the relevant proposal of the special needs to the UNSC. While India had said that the second technical  by China on the effort path to Azhar's ban will give a dangerous message.
What China says about terrorism in UNSC
According to ‘Daily Out Look’, an Afgani English daily on Saturday last week says, “A Chinese envoy on Tuesday called for a stronger response from the international community to counter the cross-border movement of foreign terrorist fighters.
Wu Haitao, China's deputy permanent representative to the UN, made the appeal here at a meeting on counter-terrorism, noting that the frequent cross-border flow of foreign terrorist fighters has caused ever greater harm to international security and stability.
Foreign terrorist fighters are individuals who travel to a state other than their states of residence or nationality for the purpose of participating in terrorist acts.”
Who is Azhar Masood
In early 1994, Azhar traveled to Srinagar to ease tensions between Harkat-ul-Ansar's feuding factions of Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami and Harkat-ul-Mujahideen.India arrested him in February and imprisoned him for his terrorist activities with the groups.
In 1995, foreign tourists were kidnapped in Jammu and Kashmir. The kidnappers, referring to them as Al-Faran, included the release of Masood Azhar among their demands. One of the hostages managed to escape but the rest were eventually killed.
In December 1999, he was freed by the Indian government in exchange for passengers on the hijacked Indian Airlines Flight 814 (IC814) that had eventually landed in Kandahar, Afghanistan, which at the time the Taliban controlled. The hijackers of IC814 were led by Masood Azhar's brother, Ibrahim Athar.
Azhar was born in Bahawalpur, Punjab on 10 July 1968 as one of ten siblings although some sources list his birth date as 7 August 1968 as the third of 11 children. Azhar's father, Allah Bakhsh Shabbir, was the headmaster at a government-run school, and his family operated a dairy and poultry farm.
Who was ruling in Afganistan during 1999
When Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq became President of Pakistan he feared that the Soviets were planning to invade Balochistan, Pakistan so he garnered support for the Afghan resistance against Soviet occupation forces.
In the meantime, the United States and Saudi Arabia joined the struggle against the Soviet Union by providing all the funds.
Zia-ul-Haq, with the help of Pakistan's Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, led the insurgency against the Soviet Union inside Afghanistan. About 90,000 Afghans, including Mohammed Omar, were trained by Pakistan's ISI during the 1980s.
The Taliban were largely founded by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) during 1994. The I.S.I. used the Taliban to establish a regime in Afghanistan which would be favorable to Pakistan.
The Taliban entered Kabul on September 27, 1996, and established the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
How does Afgan government react about Pak
Dawn 11january 2o16
Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Monday opened a meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Committee (QCC) aimed at reviving the Afghan peace process.

The QCC interaction ─ comprising Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and the United States (US) ─ reflects an important consensus on the roadmap for peace talks. Taliban representatives have not been invited to the talks, vowing to talk only to the US and not to the Afghan government.

Pakistan was among three countries that recognised the Taliban’s 1996-2001 regimes and Kabul has long accused Islamabad of continuing to covertly support the group in their insurgency.

Pakistan, however, maintains its influence over the Taliban is overrated. "Even at the best of times they (Taliban) didn't listen to us," Sartaj Aziz told The Associated Press.
China is only of 15 members UNSC that has opposed the ban on Azhar. It claims that the application by India against Azhar has different opinion. The ministry in a written reply regarding the question of India’s strong reaction has said, “There is still different opinion on the application filed this year in March. The technical preventing will enable the committee to review and provide more time to the parties. ‘Review’ means:  ‘India and Pakistan will deal the matter directly’.
China had opposed first time on application by India 6 months ago after the alleged involvement of  Azhar in Pathankot terror attack. On second time this week, China extended 3 months more time to review this matter. 

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