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Pak-Taliban war is to divert our attention?

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Asked by Kovai King, 20 Oct '09 05:01 pm
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Like Just commercial break in TV, To fool other countries and to satisfy US for getting more monetary and Military help.
Answered by hitler, 20 Oct '09 05:02 pm

 
  
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To divert our attention Pakistan will never do suicidal attacks on army head quarters, police stations and universities. Pakistan is in a very very helpless situation now. Failed Afghan war by US previously and half hearted approach now by Obama by nor providing forcesa s requested by his own men fighting the war causing severe damage to Pakistan as fighters from Afghan land are entering in to Pakistan soil and taking revenge for supporting US. Pak is in the midst of poor support from US and vengance from Pathans. In between Ballochis are adding fuel to fire. One point agenda of Kashmir proving too costly for Pak. To keep it's trusted friend happy china is pinpricking india in a feminine touch. Pak's efforst to turn Taliban to India also not very succesful. God knows what is written in future ,in desparation a they may throw nukes on India and Afghanistan.
Answered by Chinna, 20 Oct '09 05:09 pm

 
  
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No
Answered by bluebird, 20 Oct '09 05:03 pm

 
  
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All is to get American Aid!
Answered by roopa, 20 Oct '09 05:02 pm

 
  
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