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Khan Slams Pak-American Visiting Israel, Linking to Alleged U.S. Plot

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Arif Ahmadi
Arif Ahmadi
Arif Ahmadi holds a B.A. degree in Journalism. He works as an Editor & Content Writer for Khaama Press.
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan [Photo: Archive]

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – Former Prime Minister Imran Khan criticized the Pakistani-American’s visit to Israel in a desperate reaction, according to sources, linking the visit to the alleged American conspiracy to destabilize his government.

A group of 15 Pakistani-Americans recently visited Israel, shocking the country who do not maintain diplomatic relations with Jerusalem and do not allow its citizens to visit the country for whatsoever reason.

Naila Ali, the head of the Pakistan-American interfaith delegation that visited Israel, responded to Khan’s criticism of the visit by telling him to stop exploiting Muslim women peacemakers to give your authority lost.

“Stop using Muslim women peacemakers to yield your lost power”, as she asked Imran to stop maligning women, reported Islam Khabar.

Pakistan that claims to be the citadel of Islam, does not have diplomatic relations with Israel – the reason paving the way for so much hue and cry over the Israel visit of Pakistani Americans.

Although, the 2020 accord United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain signed with Israel was named Abraham Accord to emphasize the commonality of the fatherhood of Jews and Muslims, but it seems the time has yet to pass to determine the outcome of such a historical move.



Earlier, Former Prime Minister Imran Khan once again has pointed finger at the United States for his downfall, according to sources, reclaiming that Washington had orchestrated his ouster.

Speaking with CNN journalist, Khan called for a huge rally to protest his downfall on Wednesday, exclaiming he would still run for the office at the next election due in October 2023.

“Whenever the next elections take place, not only will we run, but I can predict that this will be the biggest party in Pakistan’s history, because people are so incensed and feel insulted that these criminals have been foisted upon us,” Khan told CNN, referring to Pakistan’s new government.

When asked to provide evidence for his claims, Khan said there were note takers on both the US and Pakistani sides at the meeting, but did not answer directly when asked whether he would make any notes publicly available.

However, the US government has repeatedly denied involvement in Khan’s ouster, saying the allegations are not true.

“There is no truth to these allegations,” a US State Department spokesperson told CNN, having previously and repeatedly denied involvement in Khan’s ouster.

In April, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan was ousted from power after losing a no-confidence vote in his leadership, where the opposition parties brought a motion against him for bad governance and economic mismanagement. 

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