TEHERAN (Arrahmah.com) – US authorities are preparing attacks on nuclear facilities in Pakistan, according to a Pakistani television channel DawnNews referring to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
“We have accurate information that, in order to gain dominance over Pakistan and weaken the country’s government and nation, the Americans want to sabotage Pakistan’s nuclear facilities”, the channel quoted Ahmadinejad’s words, spoken at a press conference in Tehran.
According to the Iranian president, in the event of such attack the US plans to use the UN Security Council and other international organizations for a “massive military presence in Pakistan and to weaken its national sovereignty”.
Ahmadinejad did not disclose any other details, note media outlets.
Officials of Pakistan have not responded to the words of the Iranian president so far.
It is to be recalled in this connection that about a year ago Pakistan accused the US of trying to blow up a factory for the production of nuclear bombs.
American portal Veterans Today said then referring to informed sources in the Pakistani government that “Pakistani authorities are developing hard evidence indicating the Air Blue Airbus 320 that crashed July 28th outside Islamabad was a terrorist hijacking tied to rogue American security forces, the CIA’s Blackwater, operating inside Pakistan.
Sources indicate that the plane crash was an unsuccessful hijacking attempt intended to crash into the nuclear weapons facility at Kahuta, outside Islamabad. Such an attack may have been blamed on India and would likely have led to retaliation which could easily have escalated to a nuclear exchange between the two nations.
Suspicions were raised inside Pakistan’s military and intelligence organizations when American military contractors employed by Blackwater/Xe showed up on the scene immediately after the crash, seizing the black box and “other materials”.
Royal Television in Islamabad, owned by the brother of the head of Pakistan’s powerful JI (Jamate Islami), the political party, has reported that investigations are underway tying American based contractors to the planning of the attack.
Pakistan’s ISRP (Inter-Services Public Relations) has failed to confirm this but private sources indicate that an active investigation of these allegations is, not only underway but has established ties between an American group and the hijackers.
Military and intelligence officials inside Pakistan, in concert with the American embassy, are withholding all official details of the investigation.
This same facility had been the subject of an armed penetration by American contractors, believed to be employed by the State Department (i.e. the CIA), in 2009.
Four Blackwater employees, armed and possessing explosives were arrested outside the Kahuta nuclear facility in 2009. The four, driving a Jeep 4×4 and possessing advanced surveillance and jamming equipment of “Israeli” manufacture, were intercepted 1.5 miles from the Kahuta nuclear facility.
The four spoke fluent Pushtu and were dressed in a manner as to resemble Taliban fighters. The order for their release, given by Minister of the Interior Rehman Malik, is an issue of considerable controversy between the civilian government in Pakistan and the powerful military.
It is to be recalled that the passenger jet with 152 on board slammed into a hillside. At least 2 Americans were believed to be on board but, a month later, the US Embassy in Islamabad has left this unconfirmed.
Reports received, however, confirm that at least 5 Americans, military contractors said to be employed by Xe (the new name Blackwater – red), may also have been on the craft but could not be identified as they had been traveling in local garb and had boarded with false identification.
Sources indicate that the attackers stormed the cockpit in a hijacking attempt. The pilot is said to have jammed the flight controls, careening the Airbus 320 and all aboard into a hillside rather than allowing the plane to be used in a “9/11″ type attack inside Pakistan or flown into Indian air space for a repeat of the 2008 Mumbai attack.
source : KC