Af/Pak & Other News (7/8/2012)

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Jul 8, 2012, 4:23:05 PM7/8/12
Roadside bombs, clashes kill 26 in Afghan south:

Jamaat-ud-Dawa banners dominate Defense of Pakistan rally against
reopening of NATO supply lines:

France to guard Kabul hospital, airport until 2014: minister:

HAL Light Combat Helicopter undergoing sea trials:

Yemen: U.S. backing masks Saudi covert ops:

Yemeni soldiers free officer they abducted:

Iraq's Kurds sending oil to Turkey, says Kurdish official:

Syria begins war games to defend itself from outside attackers, state
media says:

Turkish pilots laid to rest:

Intelligence Collection at the Lebanese Border:

Israelis march to demand conscription for all:

Israel: Navy wants better missiles on new vessels:

Mozambique Air Force receives second FTB-337G Milirole from Portugal:

Paveway goes wireless, calls its WiPAK:

Nuclear submarines hit by more than 200 fires in the past 25 years:

Choules faces six-month lay-off as report points to overheating issue:

Andrew Swallow

Jul 8, 2012, 4:58:33 PM7/8/12
On 08/07/2012 21:23, wrote:
> Jamaat-ud-Dawa banners dominate Defense of Pakistan rally against
> reopening of NATO supply lines:

I do like it when enemies of the USA confess. Keep pictures of their
faces and vehicle registration numbers.

Andrew Swallow


Jul 8, 2012, 5:10:04 PM7/8/12
The USA is already fully aware of that particular bunch and wants a
serious word with them.

So do the Indian government.

What the article doesn't say (but the one in 'The Hindu did) is that
the former head of the ISI was marching alongside the fundies.

Certainly the Pakistani military establishment is dirty, all that we
really want to know is how high does the rot go in the political side
of the government.

Almost all the open association with known terrorists is done on
military bases and they use Pakistani army weapons and equipment but
how complicit the Pakistani political establishment is, nobody really
knows except themselves.
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