Skip to comments.Pakistan plans military operation in North Waziristan, targeting extremist groups
Posted on 02/25/2014 6:31:57 PM PST by Brad from Tennessee
The Pakistani government is on the verge of launching a major military offensive in the North Waziristan tribal region following a series of brutal Taliban attacks in recent weeks and the apparent failure of peace talks with the militants, according to a senior Pakistani official.
It could be any day, said the official, who added that military plans have been shared with top U.S. officials who have long urged an offensive.
Planning for the operation comes amid a Pakistan-requested pause in U.S. drone strikes now entering its third month the longest period without an attack in more than two years and a series of high-level U.S.-Pakistan meetings.
Pakistans defense secretary, Asif Yasin Malik, is currently heading a delegation of security officials in Washington. CIA Director John Brennan quietly visited Pakistan last week, days after Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, head of the U.S. Central Command, held meetings at military headquarters in Rawalpindi. . .
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I sincerely doubt it.
They WILL continue to fight until the good Lord ENDS our earthly existence. They will not stop ONE SECOND sooner.
There is NO earthly reason for us to care or concern ourselves...NONE AT ALL.
Muslims hunting other Muslims? This sounds like a Sunni vs. Shi’ite 1,400+ year food fight.
Sunnis are happy to massacre other sunnis, actually, when it comes to decisions about who rules.
We’ll just say that Muslims are crazed, psychotic serial killers of everyone, including all other Muslims (Sunni or Shi’ite). Lovely “Religion of Peace” isn’t it?
Well, hells bells, give the day and time, too!
Why, did North Waziristan oppose Pakistani gov’t policy of harboring Osama bin Laden?
Thanks Brad from Tennessee.
Failing Pseudostate ping.
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