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NEW DELHI: A vast majority of Pakistan's military leadership is unhappy about the US operation that killed Osama bin Laden and fears that America will conduct similar raids in the future to target the country's nuclear arsenal.
An assessment made by Indian agencies suggests that almost three-fourths of the Pakistani military brass is concerned about the way American helicopters crossed into Pakistani territory, carried out a surgical strike and left without informing either the Pakistani government or security establishment, Indian government sources said.
"Only a minority (in the Pakistani military leadership) believes what the Americans have accomplished is admirable," a source said. According to this minority view, it was a necessary operation and US was well within its right to do it. "We know of such opinions, but over the coming days, this view could get further marginalized," the source said.
Across the board, the Pakistani military leadership is worried about the repercussions of the American operation.
Originally posted by Vitchilo
Not that's gonna happen in a million years.
Pakistan, a military dictatorship full of extremists getting their nukes taken away from them... yeah I like that idea.edit on 4-5-2011 by Vitchilo because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by FraternitasSaturni
its sad to see what america has become and how countries fear it. Only proves that it has become very dangerous, its actions unpredictable by friend or foe... its out of control. A very very dangerous loose cannon and a clear menace to world peace.
The US ppl love has died a long time ago, but this is ridiculous.
R.I.P USA - born July 4, 1776 - Died November 22, 1963.
Originally posted by SLAYER69
Elite US troops ready to combat Pakistani nuclear hijacks
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The US army is training a crack unit to seal off and snatch back Pakistani nuclear weapons in the event that militants, possibly from inside the country’s security apparatus, get their hands on a nuclear device or materials that could make one.
The specialised unit would be charged with recovering the nuclear materials and securing them.