Islamabad, Feb.2 (ANI): Extremists in the terror den of North Waziristan have warned the Pakistan government of a "big war" if it continues to violate the peace treaty and carry on the military operation in the region.
According to SITE, the US group monitoring extremist websites, the North Waziristan faction of the Shura Ittihadul Mujahideen has called on residents to form a council of elders and seek haven from Afghan President Hamid Karzai in case a war break out in the region.
A pamphlet issued by the extremist forum threatened of a massive fight in case the security forces enter the region.
"If the army started another operation here the Mujahideen will start a big war in the area so the local people are directed to form a committee of the elders to meet Hamid Karzai and ask him for a safe place for the local people to migrate," the SITE quoted the pamphlet, as saying.
The pamphlet called Karzai a 'kafir' (infidel), however said that he is a better option that Pakistan.
It also criticised the Pakistan government for breaking the peace treaty by establishing check-points at various places in the region.
"He himself is kafir but he is better to look after the peace deal than the Pakistanis. Brothers are requested to spread this news so that it reaches the ears of the Pakistani population," it said.
North Waziristan is considered to a stronghold of Al-Qaeda-linked militants and believed to be home to Afghan Taliban leader Sirajuddin Haqqani. (ANI)