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ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan will shoot down any U.S. drone that intrudes its air space per new directives, a senior Pakistani official told NBC News on Saturday.
Any engagement directed against US military personnel or equipment by Pakistan should be treated with retalitory strikes.
Originally posted by milkyway12
reply to post by Corruption Exposed
The US should also have the Ability to attack any entity that posses a threat to the Civilian population which they have killed a few thousand civilian Americans already. That Entity just so happens to be harbored by Pakistan. If you leave them , we will be back there in another 10 years. With a few more thousand dead .. or maybe a few million. Probably several dirty bombs next time.edit on 04/30/2011 by milkyway12 because: (no reason given)
Any engagement directed against US military personnel or equipment by Pakistan should be treated with retalitory strikes
The USA is killing the Terrorist
The US Military should not reconize borders of a nation who lets attacks be used against other nations
So according to my logic.
We should have operated a full scale bombing campaign imo.
Pakistan should also be attacked if they dispute our right to security as a nation and attack our military.
Pakistanis protest U.S. drone attacks Thousands of Pakistanis have staged an anti-U.S. demonstration in the port city of Karachi, calling for an end to U.S. drone attacks, and Washington's interference in the region. Pakistan's largest religious party, the Jamaat-e-Islami, organized the sit-in demonstration in the country's largest city, Karachi, a Press TV correspondent reported. “The main message to the U.S. is that they should leave this territory, they have invaded this region for the past eleven years. I can explicitly say, the misery of the people has increased,” said a representative of Jamaat-e-Islami, Syed Munawar Hassan.