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The Curious Case of Difa e Pakistan Council

Difa-e-Pakistan is an Urdu word meaning Defense of Pakistan. Difa-e-Pakistan Council means a council willing to/responsible for defending Pakistan. The semantics dictate that the said council should comprise of representatives of the armed forces, the para-military forces, domestic law enforcement agencies, defense ministry and foreign ministry. In fact, the esteemed council that has come to the fore recently consists of none of the above. In the words of the journalist Ejaz Haider, it’s a “circus”.
Much has been written about this mysterious group over the last few weeks by people much more well-read and experienced than myself, thus I would restrict myself to a basic understanding of this group and the online presence of DPC.


The website of DPC lists 36 parties as part of the council. It includes single-digit member parties like Muslim League Zia, Mohsinan e Pakistan, suspicious-named organizations like Pakistan Water Movement, Tehreek e Ittehad, Christian Community( of where?), Sikh Community,  Hindu Community Lahore and notorious people like a certain General® Hameed Gul, Hafiz Saeed, Malik Ishaq, Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman Khalil, Ahmad Ludhyanwi and last but not the least, representative of Imran Khan, Chaudary Ijaz.
General Hameed Gul, a former spymaster of Pakistan, was responsible for forming IJI(Islami Jamhuri Ittehad-Islamic democratic front) a similar group of religious organizations in 1988 to compete against Pakistan Peoples Party, turned against U.S when the funding for ISI was stopped, was an architect of starting insurgency in Occupied Kashmir, was removed from his position by Benazir Bhutto in 1989. Hafiz Saeed was a teacher of Islamic Studies at University of Engineering and Technology in the 1980s when he and a fellow Professor Zaffar Iqbal formed a new organization which came to be known as Lashkar-e-Taiba (Army of the pious). It was directly funded by Saudi money and collected donations across Pakistan. It was mainly involved in sending fighters trained by them to Kashmir for targeting Indian Military personnel and cantonments. It was declared a Terrorist Organization by both the United States and United Nations. Most Recently it was involved in the November 2008 Attacks on Mumbai.

Malik Ishaq is the leader and founder of Al Qaeda-linked Lashkar-e-Jhangvi. He remained in jail for 14 years facing a number of cases at the antiterrorism court in Lahore charging him with hundreds of murders. He was released from Jail on July 15 because “evidence against him gradually decayed and disappeared”. Molana Fazl ur Rehman Khaleel is a founder of Harkat-ul-Mujahideen(HuM) and current leader of Ansar-ul-Umma, which is accused of being a front organization of the banned HuM. Khalil was a signatory of Osama bin Laden’s 1998 fatwa called the International Front Against Jews and Crusaders. Regarding the sudden arrival of this bunch, investigative journalist Mujahid Hussain wrote, “In November 2011, the ISI Chief asked the Lashkar e Taiba and Jaish e Mohammad to speed up their campaign against India and to mobilize Islamists across the country on the platform of Difa e Pakistan, so that a clear signal could be sent to the international community. Fellow travelers such as Shaikh Rasheed and Hamid Gull were reactivated. A real estate tycoon in Islamabad and some rich businessmen of Karachi were asked to offer inducements. Also, The Sunni Tehreek is being propped up by the ISI as a fully fledged political party and has been tasked to garner the Barelvi vote.”

Traditionally, the parties that make up this pot-pourri are not known to be very modern or having an Internet presence. The interesting thing is that the council as a whole is more efficient in its online presence than the sum of all its constituents combined. This paradigm shift can be witnessed as DPC has its own website where all the speeches from their rallies are available and latest news related to their concerning issues are updated continuously, they have their own facebook page with 1459 Likes(till now) and a twitter account with 306 followers.
All of this fanfare is despite the fact that they are a “banned” organization(If you believe Interior Minister Rehman Malik).

The Facebook page of Difa e Pakistan Council tells us that
“Difa-e-Pakistan Council is an Umbrella Organization of more than 40 Religious and Political Organizations destined for the Defense of Pakistan and envisions the great nation as the Fortress of Islam.” It also informs us that “DPC Does not endorse the understandings and manifestos of organizations and entities that come under the umbrella of DPC. “Difa-e-Pakistan” is a single point cause to defend Pakistan by all threats it faces internally and externally.”

Upon a little digging, it is visible that the bigwigs of the council are not much involved in the Internet crusade rather it is a new batch of “Jihadis” or Internet warriors that are controlling the accounts of the council online. One particular ally is the hyper-nationalist website “Pakistan ka Khuda Hafiz”(Translation:- May God Protect Pakistan). The people behind PKKH website are Ahmad Qureshi, Shireen Mazari, Gen Hameed Gul and Maria Butt(fashion designer and recent convert to this ideology courtesy a Mr. Zaid Hamid). Ahmad Qureshi, Shireen Mazari and Zaid Hamid share a particular vision about Pakistan. They are fiercely Anti-American, Anti-India, Pro-Khilafat(Caliphate), Pro-Taliban and use the jargon of Islam to lure people towards their own agendas. They do not like democracy or politicians as a whole, and harbor sympathy towards Pakistan Army. They are known to be stooges of Military establishment and have always advocated a military solution to all problems.  Just to keep things in perspective, the following words were posted by “Syed Zaid Zaman Hamid [Official]” page very recently, explaining their philosophy in full,
“If the politicians are for sale and hostile powers are ready to buy them, to hell with this democracy. Let the country be ruled by a Benevolent dictator on the model of Khilafat e Rashida! Till that time, army and ISI must make sure that these treacherous politicians do not sell the country to hostile powers”.
Thus, while the Jalsas(meetings/processions) of  DPC are being filled by banned militant organizations, the Internet front is being held by Neo-Jihadis who are followers of Zaid Hamid, completing an “unholy alliance”. They oppose the MFN-status being awarded to India(without an iota of understanding about the WTO) and have a jingoistic attitude towards the rest of the world.

For the record, this is not the first time that establishment-backed forces have been joined together at a platform. It has happened previously in the 1970 elections, in the aforementioned 1990 elections when IJI was formed and in the wake of 9/11 when a similar-sounding “Afghan Defense Council” was formed which paved the way to formation of MMA(Mutahidda Majlis e Amal) in 2002.

The irony of this “internet war” is that most of the constituent parties have strong views about “Pictures” being Un-Islamic and they have, in the past, opposed Television and Radio, even Loudspeakers. The hypocrisy of it all cannot be ignored when the same people use loudspeakers all the time, to deliver hate-filled sermons, use Television for their own propaganda and now they have resorted to the internet, to attract the younger generation. These people are against the tenet of “Freedom of Speech” but they themselves are abusing their freedom of speech to spew hatred and bigotry. The focus of their efforts is to reach out to the Urban Middle class population of Pakistan which has got no clue about their own identity courtesy a paradox that is our “Religious Nation State”. Textbooks of Pakistan are filled with lies that cause narrowing of young minds from an early age, hatred against other religions is evident and ideologies are thrust upon immature minds resulting in a paranoid mental state. The textbooks re-enforce the image of this country not as envisioned by Jinnah but the one envisioned by General Zia(who can be considered Godfather of all the parties that today constitute DPC).

All hope, though, is not lost regarding the situation in Pakistan. The fact that almost 6 million Pakistanis using Facebook and only about 1400 like the DPC page and only about 1 lac people like the Official Zaid Hamid Page (where he has tried to re-invent himself as Syed) offers hope to the moderate factions of the society.  It is the responsibility of the moderate elements of civil society to coalesce and try to control these elements from going out of control by raising awareness and educating people. People should be educated about their role in a democracy. Efforts such as being done by Centre for Civic Education, PILDAT, Pakistan Youth Alliance, Teach for Pakistan and Youth Parliaments should be highlighted. Media has to play a very important role in this regard as well. They have to give equal representation to progressive forces and avoid excessive coverage of the trouble-makers. Government of Pakistan should also play its role by introducing necessary changes in the curricula (as has been proposed by SDPI) and taking effective measures against the “banned” organizations. This is a long war and it is not going to be easy.

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81 Responses to "The Curious Case of Difa e Pakistan Council"

  1. raison Germany Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    to abdul majeed

    It is not just religions – there are the atheists and agnostics and secularists too. People do change their views and religions. Although in case of muslims such changes are kept long a secret, since islam orders discrimination against or even the death punishment for ex-muslims.

  2. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    AMA tells us who the participating members of the recently established Voluntary Defence Comittee for Pakistan are, and then shows a surprise at the absence of the regular military, para military and the responsible ministries. Why must the voluntry Committee include the regular organisations, the author does not explain.

    He then starts wih a very neet and clean shave of the personalites involved one after another which in the most milder language one can describe as a “character assasination”, under the usual cover of “Freedom of Speech. This critic is counter productive and will not advance the cause of democracy by using the sharp scissors of sensor. In my opinion the neo-con liberism of the USA is fully anchored in Pakistan. What a shame though; it is not going to prevent or stop the arab spring cultural revolution which has reached Pakistan Shores.

    The background of the people is of no significance; their mission must be looked at and commented on. Former General Hamid Gul is more credible in the foreign circles than the current incumbent.

    Rex Minor

  3. Fingolfin India Google Chrome Windows says:

    if my view is India specific( a charge i plead guilty to) then yours is parochial in that it is too Pakistan specific.if i am trying to defend india here it is only because you seem to have a misplaced opinion of the country and i am trying to correct that conception. i am not going to overlook your faulty analysis of ANY country just because i want to come across as someone who is above biases. i am not saying whatever i am saying out of some misplaced sense of jingoism.
    your idea of democracy stems from the Pakistan experience which is the worst example of a democracy you get not the best. you may say that India too is dependent on dynastic power but the truth is that out of all the parties in india( and there are hundreds), if people vote for the congress then it does not mean that the congress holds the country hostage it just means that that is what the people of that country want.
    what you have been completely unable to comprehend is that you need to give democracy time and then it begins to clean itself because that is its nature. india is a very young democracy so cleaning it is taking time but it is happening. the lokpal bill is getting passed, there is a central vigilance committee now and a bill called RTI which gives indians the right to demand information about ANY government undertaking and of course there is the judiciary. with time the civic bodies start strengthening themselves and this creates transparency. india has been a democracy for 64 years only. the west has been a democracy for much longer and that is why they are neither dynastic nor are they corrupt. YOU JUST NEED TO GIVE IT TIME AND BE PATIENT. that is something you are unwilling to do. i fail to understand your intransigence. of course democracy is not perfect, but unless you provide an alternative magic solution, you have to stick to democracy. i think this is te problem with Pakistan. mos people do not have faith in a democratic setup(because of pakistan’s history) and therefore when a coup takes place, most people tend to submit to it because they do not have faith in democracy. some people are all for a dictatorship in Pakistan whereas others like aneela are unsure about democracy and that is why the public remain passive instead of protesting. this makes the job of the army so much easier. th same attitude will make a difa-e-pakistan coup much easier. there is no activism from the public because there is no faith in democracy. no wonder the creation of such a group has seen no protest from the pakistani civil society except for a few like AMA…

  4. Fingolfin India Google Chrome Windows says:

    aneela,
    the only reason i talk about india is that both india and pakistan face much the same problems, both are of the same age, yet one is a stable democray while the other is not which clearly means that pakistan, if above arrogance, can learn a thing or two from the indian experience.

  5. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    What the great number of think tank, neo-con Liberals or extreme right elements of the western world do not comprehend that for muslims around the world their religion is the compass for their character, ethics and morals. Today’s European civilisations, their constitutions and democracy as well as their secular Govts., more or less reflect the values of their religions, namely christianity, judaism and Islam. The USA being the alone the anamoly and no longer tolerable for the civilised world.

    Pakistan successive civilian and the military Govts. have failed in their foreign policy towards India and the USA and despite the setbacks they did not change course nor have they been able to improve upon the social and economic conditions of the masses who year after year face the ever rising costs of bare living.

    Pakistan was created to have a separate space for the muslims of the subcontinent and this was protested by the Indian leaders and have ever since been denied them. East Pakistan territory territory was snatched away from the mainland by the surgical procedure of the stronger neighbour and Kashmir remins a prison for the kashmiris, where the Indian military is violating their human rights.

    Now that the little talibans have degraded the super power to the level of unmanned drones and I phones, USA has brought out its rag tag Armada in the warm waters of the Persian Gulf to prepare their exit from the world stage, they ,the USA are still resisting the total exit from Pakistan and the Pakistan current civilian and military leaders are reluctant to fully roll back their foreign strategies towards the USA and India. Hence, the march towards independence and rule of the people and that is what we are witnessing is in the offing- the mission of the Dif-et- Pakistan.

    Rex Minor

    PS
    Aneela, Your like is needed upfront to lead!

  6. MilesToGo United States Safari iPhone says:

    In all this jihad business, liberals muslims will be winner.

    They do not go for jihad and are immune to the results of jihad. If jihadis win they share the booty because they are Muslims. If jihadis lose, they make deals with kafirs because they are liberals.

    It’s a good hedge.

  7. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    It is prudent to call spade a spade. THe spring revolution is not a religious movement but simply a cultural revolution which the youth of the muslim countries, both muslims and non-muslims alike , have started and is somewhat similar to the Chinese cultural revolution, less violent though in nature, and its aim is to eliminate the anamolies in the societies, usualy attributed to the religion.

    Rex Minor

    Ps MR Go, stop your comedian act and start writing straight, without calling others bad. You can do it, if you leaders can.!

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  11. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    The moment one accepts that the European civilisation today is at least two hundred years, ahead of their sub-continent, and have experienced violent revolutions and turbulances in their history, a thirty years war and the two world wars, loss of millions and millions of lives, to come at todays stage of democracies which reflects their experience and values of their religions and their culture. It is an illusion to believe that by implant of foreign constitutions and copying European democratic procedures, one could make a short cut and declare ones Govts. democratic. I do not mean to be rude, but the democracies of the subcontnet do not meet the pr-erequisite and the standard of the European democracy, namely ” the dignity of a human is inviolable”, article 1 of the German constitution. This must be restored in the ancient lands of caste system, feudalism and slave labour, before parroting the lyrics of your present and past leaders. The alternative is to begin the process of talk to the man or the woman in the street and without solely relying on the meadia, to understand peoples concerns. Democracy comes to life after the defence of the Nation is assured, peoples dignity is restored and emanates from the people and not from their leaders.

    It is very easy to blame the faceless clergy and extremism for the ills of the society but this is not going to eliminate the violent reactions against individual actors and the leadership.

    Rex Minor

    PS There is no alternative to democracy, but the democracy must have the alternatives to resolving peoples concerns and maintaining independence. The alternative to reaching a consensus leads to talibanisation.

  12. YesSar United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    Minor MotorMoma,

    Only reason Anglo’s west is relatively peaceful and orderly is because of looting and plundering of native lands all over the world. But the loot is fast depleting. Go and visit Ukrain, ex soviet republics and talk to the common educated people. You will realize that brutalizing Russoes (100 miles radius around Moscow) also did the same looting & plundering of rest in last 500 years. Once the control and wealth is gone you see their daughters on raised platforms of equally brute Arab Dubais & Ankaras. Solution is bringing in true spirituality and not booked …. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLiatf29ecQ&feature=related

  13. aneela shahzad Pakistan Google Chrome Windows says:

    YesSar

    if you could just come out of your lust for tearing down the sanctity of the other person’s thought-process by using your desi techniques, you really would be making sense..

    Rex is right about the religiosity of the west and even in the US 83% of people call themselves religious; while their mainstream media constantly hammers the atheist/secular stance, the leaders never forget to confirm their Christianity in election days and love to use quotes from the bible to supplement their agenda (especially their war agenda).

    You are right Britain is a strong example of a welfare state, because of its plundering of wealth from all over the world including united India, but the plundering never stopped after decolonizing, the wise guys and their dirty laundry buddies the US, have been tricking the less-educated, uncivilized world into lending them all their resources for good custody….. don’t insist on calling this a conspiracy theory.. it is diplomacy and safegaurd of interest.. it is delivering the world from dictatorship and enshrouding them into the bliss of democracy… don’t take me wrong, democracy is not wrong, its use as a cover is wrong here.

  14. MilesToGo United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    I think western civilizations are almost done looting. Religion doesn’t suit those societies any more. Its difficult to go back being irrational once you have learned to be rational. (Its possible but need great effort, great prophets, lot of time and chance)

    However, that still doesn’t completely rule out a war but with time chances of western nations waging a war will keep going down.

  15. aneela shahzad Pakistan Google Chrome Windows says:

    Finglofin

    you say ‘ both india and pakistan face much the same problems, both are of the same age, yet one is a stable democray while the other is not’

    but at the same time you admit lack of transparency and weakness of civil bodies, i see here a unique difference in the two countries, India seems to be comfortably cut off from foreign media slandering while Pak has somehow managed to be at the top of the hit list and in addition loads of foreign sponsored media has anchored in the country so that not only it has become a playground for conspiracy theorists but that every slightest event in the localities as well as in the institutions of power reach the outside world and is shared by all wise-people.

    Same problems and same age would only have India in a 6 times worst position, considering its vastness, but all that is covered under strict media and docility of the masses.

  16. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    Let the intellectual elites of the east know, that it was Hitler and Mussolini, the fascist leaders who were the first to introduce secular Govts. loosening up the Pope’s hold on the Govts. The Govts. agreeing not to intervene in the religious affairs or its leaderships. The Govt. also promised to collect the church tax from the public on behalf of the church and today it is the Christian democratic majority which rules the most powerful economy in Europe. Human rights, dignity and individual freedom, ethics and morality did not grow on trees but were taken from the scriptures and the European institutions today are fuly anchored in and reflect the values of the Ibrahimic religions.

    Unlike the USA, the european economies practice social market economy and believe in free trade. Pakistan could take the initiative and follow step by step what Turkey has been doing with the support and the guidelines of the European council over the past decade and more. The road to a welfare state for a muslim and is far easier than one imagines and this could also reduce the angst from the people from foreign forces of darkness.

    Rex Minor

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  20. observ Germany Internet Explorer Windows says:

    to rex

    If you don’t like somehing then you say it was introduced by Hitler or Mussolini. That is a very short-sighted and falsified view. These two never introduced any secularism. They tried to replace old religions with new ones or much older ones or a mixture of the two. Hitler and Mussolini were for their ideologies like Mohammad für islam. Their books were like the kuran for muslims. They had no idea of secularism. Secularism consists in criticizing religions and replacing them through honesty, anthropocentric philosophy and critical rationality.

  21. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    @Observ
    I would take the advice of YLH seriously and read books, instead of relying on Pakistan NewsPapers columnsts! Why a nonbeliever Indian be involved in such topics is beyond my comprehension? India has a majority of secular people and as such has a secular Govt.; whreas Pakistan is a muslim country and there are not many examples with the exception of Turkey that Islamic Govts. repeat Govts. must be secular in order to be able to represent its entire population including those who are not muslims.

    If you have the time, please read Hitler Reichs Konkordat of 1933, between the holy see of the Roman Catholic Church and the Deutsche Reich. This contract is still valid and accepted by the current Govt. inGermany. Knowledge could improve your outlook and restrain you from personal attacks such as IF YOU DON’T LIKE………! It is not easy to translate ‘secular’ in Pakistani languages and then promote it. But what Hitler and Mussolini did was relatively straightforward; Hitler keeping the Church out of the business of Govt. and the Govt. keping religious area to the Clergy. Mussolinin actualy snatched away the Papal State of Italy from the church, leaving a very limited area to the church called Vatican.

    The machiavillean Bhutto went in the opposite direction, involving State in religion affairs and granting the power of the so called Ulemas, to the parliament and making it a Vatican State, issuing excommunications and probably authorising ‘FATWAS’.

    Rex Minor

  22. MilesToGo United States Safari iPhone says:

    Read Ali sina without fear…

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  24. Fingolfin India Google Chrome Windows says:

    @aneela
    the extent of your naivete is shocking. but not altogether surprising. again and again you betray how your outlook toward the world is colored by the pakistan experience and by the media of pakistan. if i am bringing up india here again and again then it is because you constantly make absolutely ridiculous statements that undermine its achievements as a democracy.
    pakistan, it is true, has seen plenty of media censorship through the ages because for most of its history it has been under dictators. india on the other hand has NEVER COMPROMISED ON ITS FREE SPEECH!!! IT IS A FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPAL IN INDIA! all this talk just proves how much you have been influenced by conspiracy theories. the media of the world has anchors in india and if you are hearing so much about kashmir then it is because india ha placed no censors on the media there whereas pakistan does not allow any media in “azad kashmir”. which is why the mirwaiz’s, the geelani’s and the malik’s can hear their voices travel the globe but what happens in the pakistan held kashmir is much worse. this was just an example. but the world knows india’s commitment to free speech. a democracy without free speech cannot survive. it will collapse. dictatorships thrive on choking free speech. that is how it has always been.
    and like i have tried to tell you, the activism in the masses and the dynamism of the pubic is unprecedented in india. you seem to be fed on some conspiracy theory that india’s public is docile. this is surprising given he extent of the anna hazare movement in pakistan. the whole nation went on a rampae demanding a bill for corrupion and in he end the government was forced o implement it! you think that happened after a docile public?! the only democracy can survive in a country is if there is dynamism in the public. otherwise it is only too easy for any group to take over(like in pakistan). the only reason democracy can NEVER be challenged in india is because of the dynamism of the public. there are movements taking place all over over the country in india all the time. this is important in a democracy so that the center knows what the people actually want. what i meant by my statement which you misunderstood, is that india and pak had the same problems a the time of independence but now hat is not the case because of the civil societies and democracy. civil societies strengthen over time and that ensure transparency in the government. this happens in sustainable democracy. for sustainable democracy you will need dynamism among the people. for dynamism you will need complete faith in a democracy. this is what you have lost. this is what pakistan has lost. and this is the crux of ALL pakistan’s problems.

  25. Fingolfin India Google Chrome Windows says:

    * sorry.” this is surprising given the extent of COVERAGE for the anna hazare movement in pakistan”.

  26. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    Hey fellows, the new cyber Chief of war appointd by the Pentagon is now on the express tribune blog. His mission is to fight extremism! It is better that the extremists take cover and go on vacation to avoid a possible drone visit.

    Rex Minors

  27. [...] extremism, the chances of Pakistan becoming a radical state are quite low. Abdul Majeed Abid writes: It is the responsibility of the moderate elements of civil society to coalesce and try to control [...]

  28. [...] extremism, the chances of Pakistan becoming a radical state are quite low. Abdul Majeed Abid writes: It is the responsibility of the moderate elements of civil society to coalesce and try to control [...]

  29. [...] further source of trepidation is the chatter emanating from the recently formed Difa- e- Pakistan  Council. This is an umbrella group comprising of 40 organisations featuring august luminaries as Hafiz [...]

  30. SL DUA India Internet Explorer Windows says:

    Commentators here are going off track. Here the topic is DPC which is bent upon to establish 7th century Caliphate. Army’s backing is quite visible in Gen Hamid Gul. If they are successful in winning the next elections, then, it will prove to be a waterloo of Pakistan errespective of the boastings of its DPC followers. DPC is threatening decimation of India in open forums and rallys, actual result may be quite reverse. Following their egoistic 7th century boasting,they will definetly precipitate a war with India resulting in massive damages to both the countries. Even after the Nuke War,counting for equal damage on both sides, 90% India is going to survive whereas Pakistan will be nowhere. I wish and hope against hopes that saner elements may prevail.

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