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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Pakistan Says ‘Confusion,’ ‘Disarray’ in U.S. Afghan Policy

Disarray ? Confusion ? Of course, how are we supposed to deal with countries that say they want to fight against terrorism yet at the same time support the terrorists that we are fighting against !

Hey Pakistan, You were helping Osama Bin Laden live a cushy life you jackass's.


Pakistan’s Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said U.S. policy on Afghanistan shows a “confusion and policy disarray” and the three nations need to coordinate action to combat terrorism.

“Clearly, there is concern over the deterioration of the security situation in Afghanistan,” Gilani said in a statement released by the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad yesterday. “There is the need for close policy coordination between Afghanistan, Pakistan and the U.S.”

Recent attacks in the Afghan capital, Kabul, including on the U.S. embassy were “disquieting” and Pakistan condemns such incidents, Gilani said.

U.S. and Afghan officials say the Haqqani group based in Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan, backed by Pakistan’s main military intelligence agency, carried out high-profile attacks in Kabul, including the Sept. 13 assault that hit the U.S. embassy with rocket-propelled grenades.

“We strongly reject assertions of complicity with the Haqqanis or of proxy war,” Gilani said in the statement. The “blame-game is self-defeating.”

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