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    Saturday, January 09, 2010

    Joint Afgan- Paki anti-terrorist border force.



    Pakistan rejects US demands for crackdown on Haqqani network 

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistani military has rejected US demands that Islamabad crack down on the strongest Taliban warrior in Afghanistan, Siraj Haqqani, whose fighters pose the biggest threat to American forces, Pakistani military officials and diplomats told the New York Times.


    Siraj Haqqani has been accused ( video ) of several charges or rape then murdering the girls. ( Jawa Report )

    An analyst said Pakistan was reluctant to act against Haqqani, as it considered “Haqqani and his control of broad swaths of Afghan territory vital to Pakistan in the jostling for influence that will pit Pakistan, India, Russia, China and Iran in the post-American Afghan arena”. “If America walks away, Pakistan is very worried that it will have India on its eastern border and India on its western border in Afghanistan,” said Tariq Fatemi, a former Pakistani ambassador to the US who is pro-American in his views. For that reason, Fatemi told NYT that the Pakistan Army was “very reluctant” to jettison Haqqani. In his reply to the US, Gen Ashfaq Kayani had urged a short-term argument, according to two Pakistani officials familiar with the response. 

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    A joint Afghan and Pakisatani Border force could do quite well
    in ending the cross border attacks both ways, as that force could 
    pursue the Terrorist no mater what border they crossed.
    And would build confidence between nations and other joint
    ventures.


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    Gerald
    Anthropologist


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    1 Comments:

    Blogger Zionist Spy said...

    Maybe they like his videos...just sayin.

    Shame on me...slaps self

    6:05 PM  

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