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NATO helicopters 'attack Pakistan checkpoint.'

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Ami, Nov 26, 2011.

  1. Ami

    Ami JF-Expert Member

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    Nato helicopters have fired on a military checkpost near Pakistan's Afghan border, killing up to eight soldiers, say Pakistani officials.
    A military spokesman said the attack had taken place in the Pakistani tribal region of Mohmand, Reuters reports.
    Nato said it was aware of "an incident" near the border and that it was investigating

    BREAKING BBC NEWS
     
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    Hawa Jamaa wanapata tabu kweli, mara Osama afuatwe ndani mwao bila wao kushirikishwa, mara wapigwe mabomu, mara walaumiwe kwa kuwasapoti Taliban, yaani tabu tupu..!
     
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    paikstani waache wapigwe maana wao wanasupport sana taliban na member wa alqaaeda-
    so game wanayocheza ndio inayo wacost
     
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    Na bado, si waliwakaribisha wenyewe kwa tamaa za ngawira?!
     
  5. Ami

    Ami JF-Expert Member

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    Ndio tatizo la kukaribisha mbabe nyumbani kwako.
    Pakistan hakuna jambo watakalofanya wakawaridhisha NATO kwa sababu tangu hapa wao wenyewe waliunga mkono jambo wasilolifahamu,eti kuwasaka Alqaeda.Sasa NATO wamejiimarisha Pakistan wenyeji hawana pakutokea.
     
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    Dunia inaendeshwa KINAFIKI na US na UK! Yaani basi tu! Halafu shangaa huko Marekani raia kibao hasa Oklahoma ila hata na states nyingine,wanaandamana na polisi wanawapa kibano na kuarrest raia juu ya mambo ya Wall Street,Wall Mart. Cha ajabu TV stations zao hawaoni kama hiyo ni habari!
     
  7. Ami

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    Pakistan (Reuters) - NATO helicopters and fighter jets attacked two military outposts in northwest Pakistan on Saturday, killing as many as 28 troops and plunging U.S.-Pakistan relations, already deeply frayed, further into crisis. Pakistan retaliated by shutting down vital NATO supply routes into Afghanistan, used for sending in almost half of the alliance's non-lethal materiel.
    The attack is the worst single incident of its kind since Pakistan uneasily allied itself with Washington in the days immediately following the Sept 11, 2001 attacks on U.S. targets.
     
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    Nato's force in Afghanistan is investigating and has offered condolences to the affected families
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    Ndio zao hizo!
     
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    I predict pakistan itakpigwa na NATO hadi waidestabilize..waigawanye halafu wanyang'anywa nuclear power...

    Halafu waisrael watakuwa wamemaliza proxy war na nchi za kiislam then wataisambaratisha US wawe super power ..

    Just wait and see
     
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    ISLAMABAD (AP) - Pakistan on Saturday blocked vital supply routes for U.S.-led troops in Afghanistan and demanded Washington vacate a base used by American drones after coalition aircraft allegedly killed 24 Pakistani troops at two posts along a mountainous frontier that serves as a safe haven for militants.

    Bofya NATO attack allegedly kills 24 Pakistani troops - Yahoo! News
     
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    Kweli wamesema lakini uongozi wa Pakistan hauna watu wazalendo na wakweli.Wana tabia ya kike kike.Watu kama Raza na mawaziri wake ni mapandikizi ya CIA,hawana maana kabisa.Wamewahi kuzuia halafu wakaruhusu bila umuhimu wowote.
    Wangefanya kweli hivyo basi Vita ingekuwa imeisha zamani kwani bila Marekani kupitishia mahitaji yao Pakistan kupeleka Afghanistan basi hawawezi kuendelea kubaki kama jeshi la kupigana labda kwa askari wachache kwa kazi maalum za siri.
     
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    Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN) -- Tensions among Pakistan, Afghanistan and the United States jumped a notch Monday, with Pakistan's prime minister warning there would be "no more business as usual" with Washington after NATO aircraft killed two dozen Pakistan troops.
    The Pakistani Taliban urged Pakistan to respond in kind to the airstrike, which NATO called a "tragic unintended" event.
    The Pakistani military insisted Monday it had not fired first in the incident, and it said it had told NATO its aircraft were firing on friendly troops.
    Meanwhile, a top adviser to Afghan President Hamid Karzai warned that Afghanistan and Pakistan could be on a path to conflict.
     
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