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Pakistani delusion

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Submitted by Balaji (United Arab Emirates), May 11, 2008 at 03:03

Pakistanis have always been in delusion - and assume superior to India in all aspects but miserably failed in all attempts and had to run away like a mouse into a hole then rolling its eyes for the next adventure.

India can destroy Pakistan in few minutes and wipe off from world map, still Fazal Habib dreams Pakitsan will fight from Indian soil. It is an example how a military oriented society can mislead people on false hopes.

Balaji

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