There are barely any organisations that are completely monolithic. Lobbies, groups, hierarchies and layers exist in all organisations. And like any other organisation, there are such lobbies within Pakistan’s ISI as well.
Within ISI there are small and weak lobbies that now consider the Deobandi network and their iconic figures such as Molvi Abdul Aziz of Red Mosque as threats to Pakistan and want to do away with them but they cannot go ahead with their plans due to powerful lobbies within ISI that still support and use the Deobandi network, or have been ideologically infested with the ideology.
Jibran Nasir was also an experiment by one of those weak lobbies within ISI that couldn’t do much itself due to internal pressure and therefore tried to use a fledgling and opportunistic activist as a face that could create public opinion against Molvi Abdul Aziz, an icon of the Deobandi network in Pakistan.
When Jibran was tasked with this duty and started working on it, several other people including sincere, brave and dedicated people like Shaheed Khurram Zaki also joined what they thought was a genuine movement. Since they were oblivious of fact that Jibran has been tasked with it, they worked hard with passion and vigour and ultimately there reached a point where Khurram Zaki became the face of what became a real movement.
Jibran’s ego was hurt and he also failed to deliver on the task he had been assigned. At the same time, the lobby within ISI that had tasked Jibran with the assignment started to feel the heat from within the organisation and therefore had to call off the operation. Jibran tried his best to force Khurram Zaki to stop the protests but since the latter was honest and dedicated, and wasn’t taking any dictations, he relentlessly went ahead against the Red Mosque, Molvi Abdul Aziz and the Deobandi terror network.
Jibran Nasir publicly insulted Khurram Zaki, put up Facebook posts against him, and even tried to pressurise him through ISI directly, but Khurram didn’t stop. He was adamant to fight the Takfiri Deobandi terror network and root it out of Pakistan, or die doing it.
By this time, the chic Jibran Nasir had developed enough contacts to move on to greener pastures, sell himself to international donor agencies like the Soros Foundation and travel the world. Khurram on the other hand was fighting alone on the streets and in the courts against Molvi Abdul Aziz, ASWJ/LeJ and Aurangzeb Farooqi. But he was left in the lurch.
Khurram Zaki was eventually killed by the Takfiri Deobandi terrorists because he was all on his own except his few friends. No intelligence agency was handling or protecting him and no donor agency was paying him. He left this world in a very honorable but a very heart-rendering way. He was shot at a small roadside tea shack while Jibran was probably sipping coffee at an upscale cafe discussing an upcoming cosmetic event at a five star hotel paid for by an international donor.
Jibran Nasir after having insulted and left Khurram Zaki alone, shamelessly returned to hijack his funeral and then sell his blood. Khurram Zaki was truly mazloom. And Jibran Nasir continues to sell Khurram blood and the blood of thousands of other martyrs.