On October 23rd and 24th, a plane from Israel allegedly landed in Islamabad, Pakistan. This was around the time the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, visited Oman out of the blue. Avi Scharf, an editor at the Israeli Daily Haaretz, first brought this to public notice by tweeting details of a flight map showing a private jet flying from Tel Aviv to Islamabad, thus causing an uproar in both countries. The Pakistan Government and the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority denied all such accusations. The Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry described the tweet as propaganda. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also declared the rumors as untrue by stating in Pakistan’s parliament: “I categorically deny that an Israeli plane landed in Pakistan.”
However, witnesses have recently revealed that the aircraft did in fact land in Islamabad. A pilot, who chose to remain anonymous, unveiled to Middle East Eye that the BizJet aircraft was flying in the air next to him on 24th October, minutes before it landed at a military airbase in Rawalpindi, namely Noor Khan Airbase. Three members of staff at the airbase also confirmed that they witnessed a car picking up the delegation. The aircraft returned in a few hours, after which the mystery men departed.
In the past, there have been reports suggesting that Israeli and Pakistani officials have covertly been in contact. However, President Arif Alvi openly declared on October 28th that Pakistan would not be establishing ties with Israel. Pakistan doesn’t even recognize Israel as a state so the question still remains as to what the Israeli plane was doing in Pakistan and who exactly was on board?
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