Crimes against humanity: Pakistan army refuses to hand over ex-ISI chief Gen Javed Nasir to Bosnia tribunal

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General Javed Nasir was architect of crimes against humanity not only in Bosnia but also against Shia Muslims in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

By Qaiser Butt

Pakistan has refused to hand over one of its retired army generals to the International Tribunal of Hague on medical grounds, official sources told The Express Tribune.

The tribunal had demanded the custody of a former chief of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Javed Nasir, a retired lieutenant general, for his alleged support to Muslim fighters of Bosnia against the Serbian army in the 1990s, despite an embargo by the United Nations.

Islamabad had informed the court that the former general had ‘lost his memory’ following a recent road incident, and was, therefore, unable to face any investigation into the matter.

Nasir himself was not available for comment. However, his son, Omer Javed, told The Express Tribune that his father was not in service during the Bosnia war in 1993-95, as he had already been “removed from the army”.

The summons came when Serbian army officials were put on trial by The Hague Tribunal for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Bosnia, during which it was revealed that Nasir was actively involved in the war and had supported and provided arms to the Bosnian resistance.

(Read: Karadzic war crimes trial witness details horrors)

The case was built on a ‘confessional statement’ that Nasir made in a petition filed by his legal counsel against an English daily after the newspaper published a report of his alleged involvement in embezzlement.

The former general in a petition filed in an anti-terrorism court in Lahore on October 23, 2002 had disclosed that “despite the UN ban on supply of arms to the besieged Bosnians, he successfully airlifted sophisticated anti-tank guided missiles which turned the tide in favour of Bosnian Muslims and forced the Serbs to lift the siege, much to the annoyance of the US government”.

Nasir further stated that he “became a target of US, Indian and secular-minded lobbies both inside and outside Pakistan.” Having failed to buy him off, he said, the US government started a propaganda campaign against him and demanded his removal as ISI chief – warning that, otherwise, “Pakistan would be declared a terrorist state”.

He further stated that over 300 articles were circulated on the internet by the western media which contained references dubbing Nasir the ‘only radical Islamist head of the ISI who was an active member of the Tableeghi Jamaat’.

In April 1993, the US finally warned Pakistan in writing to remove the complainant from his post of ISI chief – following which Nasir was prematurely retired from service by the caretaker government of Mir Balkh Sher Mazari on May 13, 1993, he stated.

The demand for Nasir’s custody came when the International Criminal Tribunal put on trial the former chief of the Yugoslavia army Gen Momcilo Perisic and his deputy Gen Ratko Mladic for war crimes and crimes against humanity during the war in Bosnia and Croatia in the 1990s.

(Read: Accountability for war crimes)

Perisic and Ratko had reportedly told the court that the military help to the Bosnian Muslims by Gen Nasir forced them to retaliate against Bosnian Muslims, who were fighting against the Serb army for their national independence.

The authorities concerned declined to comment on the matter.

The Bosnian War followed the break-up of Yugoslavia in 1991, when Serbs, Croats and Muslims fought for control of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Tactics used by the three factions were complex; allegiances changed as two sides would join forces against the third.

More than 100,000 people died after three-and-a-half years of conflict. The city of Sarajevo was in a state of permanent siege for the duration of the war.

The war saw a level of barbarism more marked than normal conflict. Mass rape, torture and indiscriminate murder were frequently carried out until the Dayton Peace Agreement paved the way for a settlement.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 20th,  2011.

http://tribune.com.pk/story/256199/islamabad-refuses-to-hand-over-ex-isi-chief-to-bosnia-tribunal/

16 Comments to “Crimes against humanity: Pakistan army refuses to hand over ex-ISI chief Gen Javed Nasir to Bosnia tribunal”

  1. From ISI’s website:

    Name Javed Nasir
    Rank Lieutenant General (retd)
    Period March 1992 to May 1993

    Javed Nasir was commissioned in the Corps of Engineers in 1958 till 1993. He did his Staff College from Australia and holds a bachelor’s degree with honors in Civil Engineering and master’s degree in Strategic Studies. Nasir served on the faculty of War Wing at National Defense College (NDC), Rawalpindi for 7 years including Chief Instructor (CI) for 4 years.

    In 1988, he was in charge to clean up the Ojhri Camp disaster. Against the estimated period of six months given by US and French experts, he led his team to clean up the entire dump containing millions of blinds by setting a personal example of handling the highly sensitive blinds with his own hands, in a record period of just 15 days without suffering a single casualty, which is an extra-ordinary and very fascinating example.

    Nasir was promoted Lieutenant General on September 24, 1991 and served as Engineer-in-Chief of Pakistan Army till he was appointed the chairman Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF), Wah Cantt on February 4, 1992.

    After being promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General in 1991, he was appointed director general ISI on 14 March, 1992. His first major role was to bring all the warring factions of the Afghan Mujahideen to agree to the Peshawar Accord and successfully install the Mujahideen’s first government under Sibghatullah Mojaddedi in Kabul. Lieutenant General (retd) Javed Nasir was awarded with Sitara-e-Basalat and Hilal-e-Imtiaz.

    During the Bosnian War of 1995, he helped supply of arms to the besieged Bosnians, when he successfully airlifted sophisticated anti-tank guided missiles which turned the tide in favor of Bosnian Muslims and forced the Serbs to lift the siege.

    In July 1997, the retired general became the chairman of Evacuee Trust Property Board, an organization which since its inception in 1960 had generated a total revenue of Rs. 1.17 billion. General Nasir, after taking over raised a total revenue of Rs. 1.225 billion in four years, exceeding the total revenue the department earned in the last 37 years.

    During his tenure, the general learned the free hand RAW (Indian Intelligence) had been having since 1948 in the manipulation and control of the Sikh Pilgrims during the four religious functions, which Evacuee Trust Property Board used to arrange. In order to protect from the infiltrators, the general constituted a Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PGPC) in April 1999, which was given the responsibility of maintaining the Sikh Gurdawaras and holding the Sikh holy functions.

    Without having any doubt about his personality, he is a true Muslim and a true patriot. He has written over 100 articles. His pro-Islam, anti-US and anti-India stance has created a very large readership in Pakistan and abroad. He symbolizes the institutions of practicing Muslims through his association with the non-political and peaceful Tablighi Jamaat. He was noted for being the first Pakistani general to have a full-grown beard against tradition of having only clean-shaved generals in the Pakistan Army after joining the Tablighi Jamaat.

    http://www.isi.org.pk/g.javed.htm

  2. Javed Nasir, former Amir of the Tablighi Jamaat (TJ), was the DG of the ISI during Nawaz Sharif’s first tenure as the Prime Minister (1990-93). The US forced Nawaz to sack him because of its unhappiness over his perceived non-co-operation in the implementation of a project of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for the purchase of the unused Stinger missiles from the Afghan Mujahideen. Since then, he has been virulently anti-US and has been helping the Neo Taliban and the TJ. He has also been playing an active role in the mobilisation of TJ cadres to join the lawyer’s agitation. Mohammad Rafique Tarar, former President, who was removed from office by Musharraf in 2001, has also been in the forefront of this agitation. He was and continues to be an active member of the TJ.

    http://intellibriefs.blogspot.com/2007/03/looming-jihadi-anarchy-in-pakistan.html

  3. He is considered a the saviour of Bosnia by women , men and children. Go and ask the people of Bosnia first!

  4. From ET:

    Faraz:
    He even supported Xingiang resistance against China; that was why he was removed

    Malik:
    There is something called the Rule of Law. If you are a member of UN, you should adhere to their rules and regulations.
    We have no qualms towards appealing to UN for giving us money for tackling flood crisis. But, when they pass an embargo, we just ignore it, thinking that we can brazen it out on the strength of the opinion of Ummah.
    I don’t know why the Pak government is always walking on the wrong side of ethical behaviour !

    Proud Pakistani:
    When the brave & honest General , supplied the arms despite UN ban on supply of arms to the besieged Bosnians, he must face the music, if he does not look around what happend, it will the people of Pakistan left to face the music for his deeds this is not acceptable.

    Adeel:
    If Serbians couldn’t keep their heroes from being extradited to Hague, you think a CMH’s Captain Dr’s certificate would. If our politicians and Judges cant hold them accountable atleast there is someone who can. This another adventurer should be handed over and served justice. Trust me it will help Pakistan from every dimension. But there is going to be a standoff……bravo mis-adventureres

    Vasan:
    If Pakistanis are so keen on supporting the muslims irrespective of national boundaries, why are they not helping their ummah in China ie uighers ? Were they supporting both Iran and Iraq during the forgotten wars between them. Why cant ISI act against Israel?

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/256199/islamabad-refuses-to-hand-over-ex-isi-chief-to-bosnia-tribunal/

  5. As a an emir of Tabligh Jamaat, this man was a personal friend of Azam Tariq (SSP) and leaders of JeM and LeJ.

    As an ISI Chief he was architect of massacres of Shia in Afghanistan and Pakistan. He further progressed Generals Hamid Gul and Asad Durrani’s policies of ISI’s alliance with SSP-LeJ etc.

  6. VoiceofRussia The Voice of Russia
    Pakistan not to extradite Javed Nasir to ITFY: The Pakistani authorities have refused to extradite the former Ch… bit.ly/q0TIc0
    http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/09/20/56428827.htm

    theRealYLH Yasser Latif Hamdani
    @MobisherR F-cks like Javed Nasir infused in our “security” establishment a mindset that is a loose canon. So you never know.

    theRealYLH Yasser Latif Hamdani
    Javed Nasir ladies and gentlemen- boasting about airlifting arms to Bosnian Muslims in a petition now faces consequences! #Mullahsareidiots

    sonaliranade SonaliRanade
    @beenasarwar Javed Nasir filed a sworn affidavit in a Pk court claiming he had transfered anti-tank missiles to Bosnia :p

  7. Unreported Terrorism Case against Pakistan’s Media King Special SAT Report
    http://www.satribune.com/archives/dec23_29_02/P1_terrorismcase.htm
    Issue No 22, Dec 23-29, 2002

    ISSN:1684-2075 satribune.com

    LAHORE: A former Chief of ISI has demanded death penalty under anti-terrorism laws for Pakistan’s virtual media “Ted Turner”, and three other senior journalists, in an Anti-Terrorism Court in Lahore, and the charge against them is carrying out “terrorist acts with their pen”, according to court documents. In this historic but bizarre case of its kind, the ex-ISI Chief, a Lieutenant General of the Pakistan Army, has submitted a signed petition which in itself is a document revealing some of the most well guarded national secrets, which should never have been revealed, and could get the General hanged for committing sedition if taken up by a fair and judicious court. See other Story. The most intriguing part of this story is that this Anti Terrorism Court of General Pervez Musharraf not only started hearing the case, it even completed testimony of five prosecution witnesses without even sending a notice to the defendants. Later when the Judge decided that he had jurisdiction to hear the case, he summoned the defendants, who raised immediate objections. He then started hearing their arguments. The latest hearing of the case was held on December 19, with earlier hearings held on Dec 3 and 14, 2002. The complainant in this case is Lt. General (Retired) Javed Nasir, who headed the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) from March 1992 until May 1993 and the case has been filed against owner of the Jang/News Group of Newspapers and GEO TV, Mir Shakil ur Rehman, Mr. Salim Bokhari Editor of ‘The News’ Lahore, Mr. Usman Yousaf Chairman Editorial Committee ‘Jang’ Lahore and Mr. M.A.K. Lodhi Editor Investigations of ‘The News’ Lahore, who is also a senior employee of the official news agency Associated Press of Pakistan (APP). The case has been filed under Section 6 (a)(b)(c), 8 & 11 of the Anti Terrorist Act, 1997. Maximum punishment for most of the crimes under this Act is death and Gen. Javed Nasir has demanded in his written petition that the “severest possible punishment” be given to “these terrorists (who) in the garb of journalists have delivered the most lethal blow to the unity and survival of the country.” “By attacking his reputation the Army and the ISI have been jointly targeted. Left as the last stable institution, if destabilized can lead to an extreme chaos and confusion and eventually to a civil war,” he notes in his petition. The basis for General Nasir’s complaint is a report published by ‘The News’ on August 24, 2002 which alleged that the General, as Chairman of the Evacuee Trust Property Board, embezzled Rs. 3 billion and had fled the country. The report filed by Editor Investigations, M.A.K. Lodhi, claimed the writer had documents to prove its contents.

  8. Lt. General (Retired) Javed Nasir (DG ISI) filed a Case against Jang Group

  9. Ahmad Shah Massoud had insisted that at least over a dozen officers he had caught belonged to the Pakistan army and the ISI. Pakistan’s response was that they were not serving officers but had actually retired from service. General Qazi would be hard put to resolve the dilemma about officers who developed their personal agendas while in service then took them forward after retirement. The biggest examples of this were General Hameed Gul, and General Javed Nasir. How can an intelligence organisation survive if so many of its officers turn rogue through reverse indoctrination? How many officers of RAW have turned rogue and followed their own agenda? When General Qazi took over in 1993 he found that his predecessor Javed Nasir had kept ISI’s foreign exchange in the controversial Mehran Bank. It goes to his credit that he rescued his organisation through some daring and honest initiatives, but nothing was done about punishing the earlier deed. The Supreme Court has taken cognisance of a similar embezzlement in which the ISI chief General Asad ‘Mad’ Durrani was implicated. How many of the RAW chiefs speak in the open after retirement? Why is it that all the ISI chiefs who choose to become public figures after retirement display very poor level of personal IQ? How can an intelligence agency survive if it is run consistently by people of low intelligence? Why is the Pakistani citizen compelled to name the ISI in local incidents of terrorism while the Indian citizen does not suspect RAW? If the Pakistani citizen has been undermined by the propaganda of the enemy, whose fault is it anyway? The left wing liberal journalist could not have achieved this defeat of the ISI single-handedly.

    General Qazi was quite strong in his condemnation of the jehadi organisations after their role against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan had come to an end. He called them terrorists and, barring one or two organisations who fought inside Indian Kashmir, considered them all fake. Here there was only implied criticism of the ISI. Why did the ISI not take action against the fake jehadi organisations that did terrorism in Pakistan and committed other crimes? The general seemed to think that the ISI was not to blame for this and saw no dereliction of duty on the part of the ISI in this regard.

    Now that General Qazi has accused the jehadi organisations of being terrorists, one must study the attitude of some of his predecessors. Both General Hameed Gul and General Javed Nasir are committed to these jehadi organisations. General Gul was a member of the cross-the-board jehadi council doing advocacy for what are now perceived as terrorist organisations. General Javed Nasir is organising the Deobandi mother organisation Tableeghi Jamaat. The current chairman of Kashmir Committee, Sardar Qayyum, as reported in Khabrain of 19 March 2002, seems to be blaming the ISI for pampering outfits like Jaish and desperadoes like Masood Azhar. Once Masood Azhar was released from the Indian jail, who gave him training facilities for the raising of Jaish Muhammad? Was the ISI innocent in this case? When Masood Azhar was issuing threatening statements against the army chief, General Pervez Musharraf, why was the ISI trying to shelter him? Why was the ISI ‘escorting’ Masood Azhar in Sindh where his entry was banned? Deputy Commissioner Larkana discovered that the warriors guarding Masood Azhar were actually ISI agents.

    Khaled Ahmed
    How blameless is ISI?

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/655280/posts

    • “Why is it that all the ISI chiefs who choose to become public figures after retirement display very poor level of personal IQ? ”
      You hit the nail on the head. It is in fact an organization comprising thugs in uniforms. And as you very well know, thugs generally have a very low level of IQ. And this low level of IQ flows from the mother organization that breed these imbeciles.

  10. Javed Nasir was commissioned in the Pakistan Army Corps of Engineers in 1958. He did his Staff College from Australia and holds a bachelor’s degree with honours in Civil Engineering and master’s degree in Strategic studies. He commanded one of the most illustrious and elite Paltan of Corps of Engineers, THE 107 ENGRS BN (TIGERS OF KKH). Gen Javed Nasir served on the faculty of War Wing at National Defence College (NDC), Rawalpindi for 7 years including Chief Instructor (CI) for almost 4 years from January 1984 to July 1987.
    Nasir was promoted Lieutenant General on 4 September 1991 and served as Engineer-in-Chief of Corps of Engineers till he was appointed the chairman Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF), Wah Cantt on 4 February 1992. On 14 March 1992, Nasir was made the director general of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) until his retirement from service on 13 May 1993.

    Ojhri Camp Cleanup
    In 1988, he was in charge to clean up the Ojhri Camp disaster. Against the estimated period of six months given by United States and French experts, he led his team to clean up the entire dump containing millions of blinds by setting a personal example of handling the highly sensitive blinds with his own hands, in a record period of just 15 days without suffering a single casualty.

    Enforcement of Peshawar Accord
    After being promoted to the rank of Lieutenant General in 1991, he was appointed director general of the ISI on 14 March 1992. His first major role was to bring all the warring factions of the Afghan Mujahideen to agree to the Peshawar Accord and successfully install the Mujahideen’s first government under Sibghatullah Mojaddedi in Kabul.
    Arms supply to Bosnian Muslims
    During the Bosnian War of 1995, he helped supply of arms to the besieged Bosnians thus defying the UN embargo.[1] He successfully airlifted sophisticated anti-tank guided missiles which turned the tide in favor of Bosnian Muslims and forced the Serbs to lift the siege.[2]

    Post-Army activities

    In July 1997, the retired general became the chairman of Evacuee Trust Property Board, an organization which since its inception in 1960 had generated a total revenue of Rs. 1.17 billion. General Nasir, after taking over raised a total revenue of Rs. 1.225 billion in four years, exceeding the total revenue the department earned in the last 37 years.[citation needed]

    During his tenure, the general learned the free hand RAW (Indian Intelligence) had been having since 1948 in the manipulation and control of the Sikh Pilgrims during the four religious functions, which Evacuee Trust Property Board used to arrange. In order to protect from the infiltrators, the general constituted a Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PGPC) in April 1999, which was given the responsibility of maintaining the Sikh Gurdawaras and holding the Sikh holy functions. The success of this organization is uncertain.
    Allegations of fraud

    On 25 August 2002, Pakistani newspapers published the headlines that Lieutenant General Javed Nasir and his team of elite officials including S.M Patwari and Khwaja Shahid Nazeer were among the key players, the General fled the country with Rs. 3.3 billion.[3] Nonetheless, the general not only claimed innocence, but also sued the press and the government. The News published the story on 24 August 2002, and reported that the general embezzled Rs. 3 billion and fled the country. The general clarified in a television interview on the same night that he did not commit any crime and did not flee the country, but was actually visiting Malaysia on a Tablighi mission. After this the government abandoned its investigations against the General.[4]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Javed_Nasir

  11. ’جاوید ناصر سے جواب طلبی نہیں کی گئی‘

    اعجاز مہر
    بی بی سی اردو ڈاٹ کام، اسلام آباد

    یورپ کی سابقہ ریاست یوگوسلاویہ میں جنگی جرائم کی تحقیقات کرنے والے عالمی ٹریبونل کی ترجمان نرِما جیلازچ نے کہا ہے کہ بوسنیا کے مسلمانوں کی مدد کے الزام میں حکومت پاکستان یا آئی ایس آئی کے سابق سربراہ لیفٹیننٹ جنرل (ریٹائرڈ) جاوید ناصر سے کوئی جواب طلبی نہیں کی گئی۔

    یہ بات انہوں نے بدھ کو بی بی سی کی جانب سے ایک مقامی اخبار ’ایکسپریس ٹرابیون‘ میں شائع ہونے والی اس خبر کی وضاحت کے لیے بھیجی گئی ای میل کے جواب میں کہی ہے جس میں متعلقہ اخبار نے سرکاری ذرائع کے حوالے سے کہا تھا کہ ہیگ میں واقع عالمی ٹریبونل میں پوچھی گئی وضاحت کے جواب میں پاکستان نے کہا ہے کہ آئی ایس آئی کے سابق سربراہ جاوید ناصر اپنی یاداشت کھو چکے ہیں اور وہ تفتیش کے قابل نہیں۔

    اخبار کے مطابق جاوید ناصر کا نام سربیا کے فوجی کمانڈر راتکو ملازوچ نے اس وقت لیا تھا جب ان کے خلاف ٹریبونل میں جنگی جرائم کا مقدمہ چل رہا تھا اور انہوں نے کہا تھا کہ آئی ایس آئی کے سابق سربراہ نے سنہ انیس سو بانوے میں بوسنیا کے مسلمانوں کی مدد کے لیے ٹینک شکن میزائل فراہم کیے تھے۔

    بی بی سی نے جب اس سلسلے میں پاکستان کے دفترِخارجہ کے ترجمان سے رابطہ کیا تو کوئی جواب موصول نہیں ہوا۔ لیکن ہیگ میں پاکستان کے سفیر اعزاز چوہدری نے رابطہ کرنے پر بی بی سی کو بتایا کہ یوگوسلاویہ میں جنگی جرائم کی جانچ کرنے والے ٹریبونل نے پاکستان سے آئی ایس آئی کے سابق سربراہ یا کسی بھی سلسلے میں کوئی رابطہ نہیں کیا تو وہاں جواب داخل کرنے کا سوال ہی پیدا نہیں ہوتا۔

    ہیگ میں عالمی ٹریبونل کی ترجمان نرِما جیلازچ نے ایکسپریس اخبار میں شائع ہونے والی خبر کو من گھڑت قرار دیتے ہوئے کہا ’لیفٹیننٹ جنرل (ریٹائرڈ) جاوید ناصر کے حوالے سے ٹریبونل نےکسی فریق سے کوئی مطالبہ نہیں کیا اور نہ ہی گرفتاری وارنٹ جاری ہوا، مذید یہ کہ ٹریبونل نے جاوید ناصر کے حوالے سے کوئی حکم جاری نہیں کیا۔‘

    ترجمان نے مزید کہا ہے کہ دوران ٹرائیل نو اکتوبر سنہ دو ہزار نو کو راتکو ملازوچ نے ٹرائیل چیمبر سے کہا تھا کہ بوسنیا کی جنگ میں لیفٹیننٹ جنرل (ریٹائرڈ) جاوید ناصر کے ملوث ہونے کے بارے میں پاکستان کو مدعو کیا جائے تاکہ ان کا انٹرویو کیا جاسکے۔ لیکن ان کے مطابق انہوں نے یہ درخواست خود ہی ستائیس جنوری سنہ دو ہزار دس کو واپس لے لی تھی۔

    تاہم لیفٹیننٹ جنرل (ریٹائرڈ) جاوید ناصر خود اس بات کا فخریہ انداز میں ذکر کرتے رہے ہیں۔ ان کے مطابق جب بوسنیا کے مسلمانوں کا سربیا کی فوج نے گھیراؤ کیا تو اُسے توڑنے کے لیے انہوں نے ایک طیارے کے ذریعے ٹینک شکن میزائل مسلمانوں کو فراہم کیے اور ان میزائلوں کی بدولت ہی سربیا کی فوج پیچھے ہٹی اور گھیراؤ ٹوٹا تھا۔

    اس بات کا اقرار لیفٹیننٹ جنرل (ریٹائرڈ) جاوید ناصر نے تئیس اکتوبر سنہ دو ہزار دو کو لاہور کی ایک عدالت میں جنگ گروپ کے خلاف دائر ایک درخواست میں تحریری طور پر کیا تھا۔ اس پٹیشن کی کاپی بی بی سی کے پاس دستیاب بھی ہے اور اس کی تائید اور تصدیق لیفٹیننٹ جنرل (ریٹائرڈ) جاوید ناصر کے اس مقدمے میں ایک وکیل راجہ جہانزیب نے بھی کی۔

    جاوید ناصر نے جنگ گروپ کے خلاف یہ مقدمہ دی نیوز اخبار میں اس خبر شائع کرنے پر کیا تھا جس میں کہا گیا تھا کہ ریٹائرمنٹ کے بعد جاوید ناصر جب متروکہ وقف املاک کے سربراہ تعینات ہوئے تو انہوں نے بعض املاک بیچ کر تین ارب روپےحاصل کیے اور ملک سے باہر فرار ہوگئے۔

    آئی ایس آئی کے سربراہ کے طور پر بوزسنیا کے مسلمانوں کو ٹینک شکن فراہم کرنے کے بارے میں جب لیفٹیننٹ جنرل (ریٹائرڈ) جاوید ناصر سے رابطہ کیا گیا تو وہ دستیاب نہیں ہوسکے۔ تاہم ان کے چھوٹے صاحبزادے عمر جاوید قذافی نے بتایا کہ وہ اس کی تصدیق یا تردید نہیں کر سکتے کیونکہ یہ ’سٹیٹ سیکرٹس‘ ہے اور وہ اس پر تبصرہ نہیں کرنا چاہتے۔

    ان کے بقول کچھ عرصہ قبل گھر میں گر جانے کی وجہ سے ان کے پچہتر سالہ والد نے اپنی یاداشت کھو دی تھی لیکن اب ان کی یاداشت قرآنی آیات اور حدیث کی حد تک بحال ہے۔

    انہوں نے بتایا کہ ان کے والد مارچ سنہ انیس سو بانوے سے مئی انیس سو ترانوے تک آئی ایس آئی کے سربراہ رہے اور امریکہ کے دباؤ پر اس وقت کے نگران وزیراعظم میر بلخ شیر مزاری نے انہیں قبل از وقت ملازمت سے نکال دیا تھا

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/urdu/pakistan/2011/09/110921_javed_nasir_investigation_rwa.shtml

  12. Express Tribune must not distort facts about Husain Haqqani
    https://pakistanblogzine.wordpress.com/2011/11/17/express-tribune-must-not-distort-facts-about-husain-haqqani/
    http://criticalppp.com/archives/63141

    Express Tribune’s report on Shamsul Anwar
    Forgotten hero: The cost of being heroic
    By Sehrish Wasif
    Published: December 31, 2010
    http://tribune.com.pk/story/97204/forgotten-hero-the-cost-of-being-heroic/

    Shamsul Anwar’s fraudulent story has a few lessons for us
    http://criticalppp.com/archives/68889

  13. Unfortunately he has lost his eyesight now and can see very little.I don’t know about the car accident mentioned above is real or not.He was best friend of grandfather Naib Subedar Raja Khan Bahadur(Shaheed).
    He is a true patriot and just because of his beard and his faithfulness enemies of Pakistan especially america are against him.
    He is a very intelligent person, despite being from corps of engineers, his excellency made him become DG ISI.
    He has also been Engineer-in-chief of corp of engineers,DG FWO,and director of JIT(Joint Intelligence Technical) a wing of ISI.

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