Pakistan Northern Tribes unite against US-NATO Interventionism


MIRAMSHAH: The elders of North Waziristan Agency warned the American and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) forces against attack on the tribal areas.

“We will resist any bid to attack on tribal areas with unity and force,” the elders including Malik Mohammad Afzal Darpakhel, Malik Mumtaz Khan, Malik Hazratullah, Malik Abdul Qadir Khan and Malik Safdar Hayat Khan told a press conference at the press club here Tuesday.

Reacting to the fresh deployment of US and Nato forces to Pak-Afghan border and subsequently their movement in the area, they vowed to render any sacrifice for defence of the country and supremacy of Islam.

“Three million armed tribesmen are ready to give a tit-for-tat response to the US-led Nato forces if they intrude into the tribal areas of Pakistan,” they warned, adding that they would fight shoulder-to-shoulder with Pakistan Army against the aggressors.

They called upon the nation, particularly tribesmen to forge unity among their ranks to foil the nefarious designs of the foreign forces stationed across the border. They also demanded of the Pakistan Army to provide them latest weapons to guard the country’s frontiers.

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