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Friday, 17 October 2008

India 'not a threat to Pakistan' [President Zardari drops a bomb on the unholy Mullah-ISI alliance in Pakistan

By Barbara Plett (BBC News, Islamabad) Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari says India has never been a threat to Pakistan, and that militants in Indian-administered Kashmir are terrorists. The unorthodox views run counter to those held by Pakistan's military, which views India as a threat.

Pakistan's powerful military has long-defined India as an existential threat, and in the past it has given covert backing to the militants in Kashmir. Mr Zardari's comments thus mark a radical break with the past.


You dropped a bomb on me...
We were in motion, felt like an ocean,
You were the "girl" for me,
You were the first explosion, turned out to be corrosion,
You were the first for me,
But you turned me out, baby

You dropped a bomb on me, baby,
You dropped a bomb on me (Whoa...whoa...oh...oh...baby)
You dropped a bomb on me, baby,
You dropped a bomb on me (I won’t forget what you done to me (Mullah and ISI), babe)...

1 comment:

Raazi said...

Zardari sahib is a bad news for ISI and Mullahs. kato to badan main lahu nahin.

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