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WHAT WILL THE ANGLOS DO TO PAKISTAN? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-10-7 22:45:54 |Display all floors

you know exactly what I am talking about, petal

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Post time 2010-10-7 22:48:46 |Display all floors

musli ms didn't want China in XJ

nor do they want USA in Afghanistan

only, because China is successfully devouring XJ, it will write the history books

they are written in blood
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Post time 2010-10-7 22:49:43 |Display all floors

China is fully backstopping the USA

despite whatever is told to you

actions speak FAR louder than words
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Post time 2010-10-7 22:59:03 |Display all floors
Originally posted by lebeast at 2010-10-7 22:48
nor do they want USA in Afghanistan

only, because China is successfully devouring XJ, it will write the history books

they are written in blood

.
The difference is Xnjiang is Chinese territory before US funded separatists terrorize the region.

Afghanistan is the site where the yanks said "harboring bin Laden" and invaded the region.

Totally different.

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Post time 2010-10-8 00:34:48 |Display all floors

WHAT WILL THE ANGLOS DO TO PAKISTAN?

Anglos will go to Pakistan to enjoy the culture and traditions of the wonderful Pakistani people.
Call it "Cultural Exchange"  :)
Pakistani and Anglo both benefit in creating a better understanding  
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Post time 2010-10-9 07:01:54 |Display all floors

57 NATO tankers set ablaze in fresh assaults

22 tankers torched in Quetta, one killed

35 tankers burnt in Nowshera attack

Balochistan IGP says police can’t provide security to supplies with limited means

QUETTA/LAHORE: Twenty two oil tankers carrying fuel supplies for ISAF in Afghanistan were attacked and destroyed in a daring raid in the early hours of Wednesday on the outskirts of Quetta. Meanwhile, unidentified assailants attacked a convoy of NATO oil tankers on the GT Road near Nowshera, setting 35 of the tankers ablaze, a private TV channel reported,

The incident in Quetta – the sixth of such on convoys taking supplies to Afghanistan since Pakistan closed a key border crossing almost a week ago – took place at Akhtarabad on the outskirts of the city. The driver of one of the trucks was killed in indiscriminate shooting by the assailants, while firefighters took over six hours to put out the fire as they faced “shortage of chemicals” in doing so.

Witnesses confirmed that armed men in two vehicles and motorbikes attacked the roadside terminal at dawn and opened indiscriminate fire to scare away people. They also fired two rockets on an oil tanker parked inside. Consequently, eight tankers caught fire, which later engulfed, and significantly damaged, at least 22 oil tankers, while 12 were destroyed completely.

Drivers managed to take out at least 25 oil tankers from the inferno and saved them from any damage, witnesses confirmed. The body of the deceased driver was taken to the Bolan Medical College Teaching Hospital. He belonged to FATA.

The drivers said that the tankers had been parked at the terminal for three days. “The assailants also chanted religious slogans while attacking the oil tankers.” They gave the impression that they were jihadis and fighting a holy war against Americans, they added.

Talking to reporters, Provincial Police Officer Malik Muhammad Iqbal said it was impossible for police to provide security to NATO suppliers with such limited resources. “NATO did not ask police for security and security arrangements for suppliers are made by a private company,” he added. He said that the contractors were getting millions of rupees from NATO forces and it was their duty to provide security cover.

He candidly stated that it was not police’s responsibility to provide security to NATO oil tankers in Balochistan. He said that the drivers had parked the oil tankers at the terminal and did not even inform the police. “We will also include drivers in the investigation,” he added.

“NATO should formalise an agreement with the provincial government for security of its supply convoys,” Iqbal told reporters. Separately, the Nowshera DPO confirmed the incident near the Khairabad area of Nowshera, saying that at least four containers had been completely destroyed due to the fire. staff report/daily times monitor



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It is a superior tactic to their previuse one, a army is only as strong as its supply lines. Now if one of the air supply bases closed down in central Asia, that would make things very interesting.

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Post time 2010-10-9 14:54:17 |Display all floors

30 NATO tankers torched in Pakistan

Sat Oct 9, 2010

Unidentified gunmen in southwestern Pakistan have attacked 30 NATO tankers carrying fuel for US-led foreign troops in Afghanistan.


Gunmen set fire to more than two dozen tankers on Saturday, Reuters quoted an official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, as saying.

Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants have stepped up attacks on convoys carrying supplies for US-led forces since an unauthorized US drone attack on September 30 in northwestern Pakistan left three Pakistani soldiers dead.

Meanwhile, Pakistan blocked the main NATO supply route to Afghanistan for the tenth successive day on Saturday.

Pakistani officials have said the key border post will stay closed for the time being in retaliation for the non-UN-sanctioned US drone attack at an outpost near the Afghan border, despite a formal apology by the US ambassador to Islamabad, Anne Patterson, for the numerous incursions and violations.

Hundreds of NATO vehicles, including tankers and container trucks, are currently parked in various parts of northwestern Pakistan near the Afghan border.


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