CNN's Wolf Blitzer asks Pakistani Ambassador to the U.S. Sherry Rehman about the U.S.-Pakistani relationship.
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Pakistan's contention is that Afghan forces and Indian intelligence deliberately provided misleading information to US/NATO forces and used them to kill 24 Pakistani paramilitary soldiers. I wonder if these Indian/Afghanis have been identified and taken to the woodshed. They have caused tremendous damage to US and NATO and the war on terror. Also many lives have been lost as a result.
You seem to believe in Pakistan's contention. Do you also believe in what Pakistan has to say about Dr AQ Khan's one-man-show nuke proliferation to Iran, N Korea and Osama Bin Laden's safe house within Pakistani Army garrison ... ?
Yes, that India's nukes and missile technology were gifted by S Koreans. Terrorists Brahmadagh and Fazlullah are hiding in New Delhi and seen in and out of Sonia Gandhi's cottage. They are behind attacks on US soldiers in Afghanistan.
Pakistan appears to have made a very thoughtful democratic and parliamentarian decision with regards to issues at hand with USA. It was very disingenuous for Panetta to make comments such as he did in India knowing well that Pakistanis don't have much respect for Indians. For a global power to pick a fight with such a time tested ally such as Pakistan is indicative that American foreign policy had been hijacked.
Pakistan has taken a very principled stand. The Pakistan parliament has spoken and their position is very clear to USA et al. Apologize for murdering human beings. Follow International law with respect to sovereignty of nations.This is not about money but about standing up to international bullies who in cohort with bad apples in neighborhood are trying to muscle Pakistan.
NY Times reports: " Thousands of people dragged a Pakistani man accused of desecrating the Koran from a police station in central Pakistan, beat him to death and then set his body on fire, a police official said Wednesday. "
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