Monday, September 22, 2008

Officials: Pakistani Troops Open Fire on U.S. Choppers

My big question with this report is, are the Pakistanis going to be terrorized into the Taliban camp? Just as the Spaniards decided to follow Al Qaida orders rather than face more bombs.

If the West gets involved, this will be seen as proof that the current government is too weak to fight the terrorists. If the West fails to help, then the government will be under constant attack because it is too weak to fight back and the lack of Western aid will be seen as a victory for the terrorists who are giving the orders to the Pakistani government.

Either way, the terrorists are winning. Once they take over, it will be a toss up as to which country will invade them first. The US and Israel both know they are at the top of the list to receive Pakistani nukes, with India and China being the next countries on the list. India has tolerated a lot of violence over the years in the name of Peace. China hates the terrorists who are constantly attacking and killing to force China to like Islam. I am putting my money on India, as the closest Power. With the US providing needed aid.

Besides, the US government is most likely still going to dominated by the Far Left who will refuse to intervene even if a city is nuked.


FOXNews.com - Officials: Pakistani Troops Open Fire on U.S. Choppers - International News | News of the World | Middle East News | Europe News: "U.S. helicopters flew into Pakistan's militant-infested border region, but returned to Afghanistan after troops and tribesmen opened fire, intelligence officials said Monday.

The U.S. denied Monday there was any incursion but the reports threatened new rifts between Washington and its key anti-terror ally days after a truck bomb killed 53 people at a luxury hotel in Islamabad.

Nuclear-armed Pakistan is under growing U.S. pressure to act against al-Qaida and Taliban insurgents sheltering in its border region and blamed for rising attacks on coalition troops in Afghanistan as well as suicide bombings in Pakistan.

U.S. officials believe that al-Qaida's leaders, including Osama bin Laden, are believed to be hiding somewhere along the border.

Late Monday, Dubai-based TV channel Al-Arabiya said it had received a tape from a shadowy group calling itself 'Fedayeen Al-Islam' — Arabic for 'Islam commandos' — claiming responsibility for Saturday's bombing at the Marriott hotel in Islamabad and calling on Pakistan to end cooperation with the United States."

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