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Selasa, 10 Mei 2011

U.S. and Pakistan tensions

Osama Bin Laden

U.S. and Pakistan after Osama killed tensions
Relations United States (U.S.) and Pakistan looked tense after the killing of Osama bin Laden. Pakistani officials in Washington suspect there over the years became bin Laden's protectors. While people in Pakistan on suspicion upset and feel offended by the U.S. to deploy special forces hunting Osama in their areas discreetly on 1 May.

According to news agency Associated Press of Pakistan ire reflected in their speech the prime minister, Yousuf Raza Gilani. In a speech in parliament, Monday, May 9, 2011, Gilani regretted the existence of "the parties pointed out that Pakistan conspiring with al-Qaeda," headed by bin Laden.

Gilani stressed that the Pakistani military and intelligence can not just be a target of suspicion for not being able to track bin Laden, who hid in a big house in Abbottabad, a city that was once the capital of Islamabad. In that city there was a Pakistani military barracks.

"Yes, there was intelligence failure," said Gilani. "But that does not only happen in us, but also in the intelligence agencies around the world," said Gilani.

He also implicitly criticized the U.S. stance, which acted unilaterally in the hunt for bin Laden and was shown by performing an operation in Abbottabad in Pakistan alone without involving the host.

"Unilateralism [act unilaterally] risky bring serious consequences. Pakistan has the right to retaliate with full force. There must be nothing underestimate the commitment and ability of the nation and our armed forces to defend our beloved homeland," Gilani said in a speech in parliament, was quoted AP.

However, despite the upset of the suspicion in Washington, Gilani ensure U.S. relations with Pakistan remain solid. "Relations with the United States so far gone well, productive, and without further ado," said Gilani.

Earlier, President Barack Obama said the U.S. believes bin Laden must have the support of a network in Pakistan. However, in an interview with CBS news stations, Obama did not directly accuse the government of Pakistan.


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