Pakistan’s pretense exposed, Imran’s advisor went to Israel to meet Mossad chief

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Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who has been taunting all over the world including Muslim countries for not having relations with Israel, has now been exposed. According to Israeli media, Zulfi Bukhari, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, visited Israel in November last year. During this, Bukhari met the chief of the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad. The Israeli newspaper Hayom had reported about the meeting between Imran’s adviser and the Mossad chief, but Pakistan’s name was deleted under pressure from the Israeli army. Hayom said the meeting between the two officials came at a time when Arab countries were normalizing their ties with Israel. Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan also gave their approval to the relationship after the UAE first restored diplomatic relations with Israel.

The possibility of an earthquake in Pakistan’s politics intensified
After this revelation, the possibility of an earthquake in Pakistan’s politics has intensified. It is believed that in the meeting between Bukhari and the Mossad chief, there was a discussion about recognizing Israel. Earlier, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had claimed that his government was under pressure to recognize Israel, but Islamabad would never establish ties with ‘Zionists’. Imran Khan said that after Arab countries including the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain recognize Israel, Islamabad is also being asked to recognize Israel, which his government has rejected for the time being. Imran Khan has said that Israel will not be recognized until the decades-old Palestinian issue is settled. He made it clear that he had no “second thoughts” about recognizing Israel. “I have no second thoughts about recognizing Israel, as long as the Palestinians are not satisfied,” he said.

Jinnah refused to recognize Israel
Imran Khan reiterated that Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, had refused to recognize Israel. He said Islamabad would follow in Jinnah’s footsteps and continue supporting Palestine. He said Israel has a strong influence in the US and other countries are pressuring it to recognize Israel. He said the pressure is due to Israel’s deep influence in the US.

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[Attribution to NBT]

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