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Re: Pakistan after the American withdrawal
By:Sidqi, ca
Date: Sunday, 22 April 2012, 3:56 pm
In Response To: Pakistan after the American withdrawal (Mubashir, Canada)

This is a fact. A dangerously sad one. Pakistan will never be able to get rid of Afghanistan and all its needs from a kettle to grains, since Pakistan is the only transit support route for them. Afghanis are only expert in Guns, drugs and producing children in the name of islam.
Iran and all northern countries have very wisely cut off themselves from these lunatics, but ex-Criminal General Zia & company started afghan support policy, which is now burning us like hell.
Sidqi

>>>>The Taliban in Pakistan have been criminalised. In affected areas, criminals are in the process of becoming Talibanised. Vendettas are carried out increasingly with suicide bombers because Taliban are busy selling their surplus fedayeen. Karachi and Peshawar are already paralysed by kidnappings for ransom. From the current trend in its Defence Housing Authority, Lahore too, is expected to be targeted in a big away.

Pakistan has sought to appease terrorism by becoming anti-American and pro-Taliban. After the withdrawal, a Talibanised Afghanistan will survive only if Pakistan, too, fulfils its promise of becoming a khilafat.

The policy of appeasement will proceed to its logical end. The remaining attributes of the state will fall off, with religious parties, plus madrassas with jihadi capacity, increasingly exercising authority in its name.....

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Pakistan after the American withdrawal
Mubashir, Canada -- Sunday, 22 April 2012, 2:37 pm
Re: Pakistan after the American withdrawal
Sidqi, ca -- Sunday, 22 April 2012, 3:56 pm