"... Those who only talk about following what Allah and His prophet (peace be on him) has said need to realize that this task (referncing the NATO operations in Afghanistan) will beome more difficult over time. We have so far tolerated the drone attacks while our folks were not even getting food to eat. Very rarely, if ever, do we hear a news that a NATO caravan has been attacked. Everything goes there after traveling through our country. If NATO is fighting Muslims, they are doing so with the help of Muslims which include you and I. Do you think Allah will not ask us on the day of judgement that (NATO) tankers were moving towards Afghanistan right in front of your eyes and you did not do anything? They were huge trucks that carried food and supplies for the NATO troops. This was happening when you yourself were living a life of extreme poverty. You had opened up all of your roads for them to travel. A lot of roads have been constructed in Baluchistan province to allow the NATO caravans to travel. These roads have been built for the benefit of these caravans and not for your benefit. ..." (minutes 33:00 till 34:22). After that he went on to glorify the current Jihadi movements.
Then on June 9, 2010 militants attacked dozens of trucks carrying NATO supplies in Pakistan near Islamabad. The assault killed seven people. All victims are believed to be Pakistani. According to the news:
Militants and ordinary criminals have often attacked NATO and U.S. supply convoys over the past two years, but Wednesday's strike was the first so close to the well-protected capital, something likely to cause particular unease
The full news can be read at http://www.newsobserver.com/2010/06/09/523041/militants-attack-nato-convoy-in.html
The Friday sermon can be heared in its entirety from http://www.smunawar.com/ (unless they remove it)
So, is this excusable? Are these Pakistanies doing Jihad by blowing up NATO tankers within Pakistan and killing Pakistanis? What is Jamaat Islami preaching? and should Pakistanis standy by and accept such calls for rebellion within the borders of Pakistan? Why do Pakistanis act surprised when attacks happen in Pakistan. The Mullahs are not hiding their agenda - they say in clear terms that "war is on" - it is the "silent majority" that needs to say something. It should be a simple principled stance that no one is allowed to create disorder in the land (which is exactly according to Quran) regardless of their beliefs or policy differences.