Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq

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Muhammad Zia ul-Haq (Urdu: Muhammad Zia ul-Haq, ( August 12, 1924 - August 17, 1988 ) was a four-star general who served as the sixth president of Pakistan for the years 1978-1988, after the proclamation of martial law in 1977, and was Pakistan's longest-serving president . University of Delhi , where Diaa had served in World War II as an officer in the British Indian Army, before choosing Pakistan in 1947 and fighting in the war against India in 1965. In 1970, he led the task of training the Pakistani army in Jordan , and proved an effective role in quelling a rebellion. Black September against King Hussein. As a recognition of duty, Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto approved the appointment of Diya with the rank of four stars and promoted him as Chief of Staff of the Army in 1976. After the civil unrest, Zia deposed Bhutto in a military coup, and martial law was declared on July 5 , 1977. He was tried. Bhutto was disputed by the Supreme Court and executed less than two years later, for authorizing the killing of a political opponent.

Washington offered Zia ul-Haq to buy some American tanks, and it brought some of them to Pakistan to see them and learn their combat advantages over nature. And set August 17, 1988 as the date for testing these tanks. Zia ul-Haq and some of his senior commanders went out, accompanied by the US ambassador to Pakistan, Arnold Raphael, and US General Herbert Wassum, and the trip was in the utmost secrecy. After inspecting the tanks, the President and his companions moved to Bhawalpur Airport, to Rawalpindi Airport and boarded a private plane. As soon as the plane took off , it fell on fire after a bomb exploded and scattered the body parts of everyone, burned. The explosion is believed to have occurred in a mango gift box in his hoverboardMilitary, because of his love for this fruit. American diplomat John Gunter Dean revealed, in a book to be published next May, that Israel was involved in the assassination of former Pakistani President General Muhammad Zia ul-Haq.

The former US ambassador - who is of Jewish origin - joins the convoy of American diplomats who expose the conspiracies of Israel and its loyalists and its efforts to defame and assassinate them.

In his memoirs entitled "Danger Zone: A Diplomat's Fight for American's Interests," Dean says that the Israeli Mossad was involved in the downing of the plane of the former Pakistani president, General Muhammad Zia ul-Haq, with the American ambassador to Pakistan, Arnold Rafi, on board. On August 17 , 1988.

Dean says in his book that after Zia ul-Haq was killed in the plane crash, "senior officials in New Delhi told him that the Mossad was potentially involved in the accident."

He adds that doubts have arisen that elements of the Indian Research and Analysis Agency, the equivalent of the CIA, had a role in the operation. He points out that India and Israel were afraid of Zia's efforts to possess Pakistan what was called the "Islamic bomb" at the time.

"State and investigations, and Dean says he was concerned about these reports and the US State Department's attempt to stop the FBI (FBI) conducting a full investigation into the Zia-ul-Haq plane crash, as he decided to return to Washington for direct consultations." Dean asserts that instead of meeting with him, he was informed of the termination of his diplomatic service in India, and he was placed under house arrest in Switzerland in a house belonging to the family of his wife Martin Duffino, where after six weeks he was allowed to ship his luggage and return to Washington.