Pakistan rejects US assessment of its...

Pakistan rejects US assessment of its terror fight

There are 4 comments on the Newsday.com story from Apr 7, 2011, titled Pakistan rejects US assessment of its terror fight. In it, Newsday.com reports that:

Pakistan on Thursday rejected a White House report that criticized its efforts to defeat militants along the Afghan border, another sign of the uneasy nature of the Washington-Islamabad counterterrorism alliance.

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Clark

Karachi, Pakistan

#1 Apr 7, 2011
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says that US created Taliban and abandoned Pakistan. Hillary Clinton acknowledged that the United States too had a share in creating the problem that plagues Pakistan today.
problems we face now to some extent we have to take responsibility for, having contributed to it. We also have a history of kind of moving in and out of Pakistan, she said.

Lets remember here the people we are fighting today we funded them twenty years ago and we did it because we were locked in a struggle with the Soviet Union.

They invaded Afghanistan and we did not want to see them control Central Asia and we went to work and it was President Reagan in partnership with Congress led by Democrats who said you know what it sounds like a pretty good idea lets deal with the ISI and the Pakistan military and lets go recruit these mujahideen.

And great, let them come from Saudi Arabia and other countries, importing their Wahabi brand of Islam so that we can go beat the Soviet Union.

And guess what they (Soviets) retreated they lost billions of dollars and it led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.

So there is a very strong argument which is it wasnt a bad investment in terms of Soviet Union but lets be careful with what we sow because we will harvest

Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#2 Apr 7, 2011
Who cares what these filthy beggars think. We should cut off all aid to the devil worshipers and start carpet bombing their dirty third world rat-hole.
Clark

Karachi, Pakistan

#3 Apr 7, 2011
wll it help Pakistan too combating its Inner Terrorism which mostly driven by the fact that Pakistan Supported USA in A tacking Afghanistan and when this Pakistan Support to USA Stops it will also help Pakistan Security forces to convey the Terrorists that now they have no more Fuel left to continue their aggressions

In One report also --- that PAKISTAN loose more than it actually getting from USA in terms of Economics so by Stopping our Support to USA Forces in Afghanistan in Shape of Stopping Logistics Supply we practically be out from the US led Occupation Mission of Afghanistan which as an Allie to USA we failed with USA long time ago ... this occupation of Afghanistan is now entering its 11th year and still USA and all allies are just wasting time ,,,, and now the root cause of this terrorism is just USA and allied forces presence on their land which they are demanding from a long time ... they Afghans want us to vacate their land and stop interfering in their matter so its better for allies to retreat and let them decide their fate ,... whatever world body can do has been done and now Afghanistan must decide its fate ... we can only provide them technical now how for their Future build up...

Look below Pakistan ...

‘Nato tankers cause annual loss of Rs50bn’

A view of oil tankers standing in a long queue waiting for clearance for the supply of fuel to Nato forces in Afghanistan near the Pak-Afghan border.– Photo by APP.

QUETTA: Federal Minister for Communications Arbab Alamgir Khan said on Wednesday that Nato containers and tankers had been causing a yearly loss of Rs50 billion to the National Highway Authority by damaging the road network in Balochistan.

“We have taken up the issue with the US government and Nato member countries and sought compensation for the loss caused by these tankers,” he told Dawn.

“About 100 Nato containers pass through Balochistan daily before entering Afghanistan via Chaman,” he said. The road between Port Qasim and Chaman had been damaged very badly, he added.

He said the tankers had also been causing traffic accidents, claiming many lives in the province.

Earlier, the minister told a press conference that development projects worth Rs70 billion were under way in Balochistan. The province had a 41 per cent share in NHA projects, he added.

Mr Khan said he had directed the authority to expedite work on Gwadar-Turbat-Hoshab road to link Gwadar port with other parts of the country.

He said his ministry had received 5,000 applications and deserving candidates would be given jobs under the Aghaz-i-Haqooq-i-Balochistan package very soon.

http://www.defence.pk/forums/economy-developm...

Since: Dec 09

Lahore, Pakistan

#4 Apr 13, 2011
US presence in Afghanistan is major part of problem facing Pakistan, US cross border attacks are fueling militancy in Pakistan.

Plus US and CIA self involved via Afghanistan are destabilizing Pakistan their motives are also anti-Pakistan recently Redmond Davis case has proved under cover CIA presence inside Pakistan under consulate cover....

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