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Intelligence report: U.S. antiterror ally Pakistan 'on the edge

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posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 08:16 PM
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A growing al Qaida -backed insurgency, combined with the Pakistani army's reluctance to launch an all-out crackdown, political infighting and energy and food shortages are plunging America's key ally in the war on terror deeper into turmoil and viole


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A growing al Qaida -backed insurgency, combined with the Pakistani army's reluctance to launch an all-out crackdown, political infighting and energy and food shortages are plunging America's key ally in the war on terror deeper into turmoil and violence, says a soon-to-be completed U.S. intelligence assessment.
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[edit on 15-10-2008 by RickinVa]




posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 08:16 PM
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America has relied on Pakistan in the war on terror. An unstable pakistan with a growing Al Qaida influence is not good for the region.

Can you imagine the possiblities if A/Q was to gain a majority support in a country armed with multiple nuclear warheads??

Not a good scenario my friends



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