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Submitted by Shadi Katyal (United States), May 5, 2011 at 10:04

This is a wishful thinking as Pakistan has an excellent ambassdor and very close relations in Pentagon. Adm. Mullen is very close with Gen. Kiyani and despite known for almost a decade that Osma Bin Laden was being protected by ISI and Pak army, USA like drunks kept pouring money and helped to develop a culture of Terrorist. One has to ask are we creating our own destruction by allowing Pakistan to train terrorists for the globe. Take any terrorist act to this date anywhere and you will find hand of Pakistan training in it.

One laughs when one reads Mr. Gillani remarks that whole world intelligence failed about Osama? Are we so big fools to beleive such statement. Has USA Congress guts to ask and demand explusion of Mullah Umar whom Pakistan has not only give refuge but supplies IED to kill Nato and Usa soliders?

Pakistan claims that she has suffered more due to USA involvement in Afghanistan but fails to tell the world of her own Taliban an auxilary force of Pak army who attacks Nato etc with guidance of ISI.

The gravy train should stop for good ,and wait till Paklistan plays the China card and black mails USA.

I for one am sure that helicopter parts collected are already on way to china to evaluate the new technology.

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