کابل پرس: خبری، تحلیلی و انتقادی



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چهره ی بن لادن بر موتری پاکستانی

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يكشنبه 10 اوت 2008

Photo from AP Photo by B.K.Bangash

A portrait of Osama bin Laden, leader of Al-Qaida terrorist organization,
painted at the back of a truck with description "Lion of Islam", travels in Islamabad, Pakistan on Friday, Aug 1, 2008. Pakistan’s government said it needs to purge Taliban sympathizers from the country’s main intelligence agency.

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  • Why you guyz are getting suprised. its not the new issue it has been since ages. The same photo is on every computer of the Staff of ISI in thier office. The driver and the people of Pakistan were unaware of the acts of alqaeda and Taliban at those times when they were operating in Afghanistan. They supported them coz of Islam and sharia system implemented in Afghanistan. But the present situation in N. W. F. P is duet to Taliban and ISI. Every one in peshawar lives in fear and doese not go to the Bazar due to the fear that they might be killed in bomb blast. The mind of peshawari people has changed now and they started hatting them as group of Maliks established to stop taliban banning girls school, and other man mad system of their governance. I hope they peshawari people might have understood that these are not real taliban and OSAMA he is just a puppet of US and doese every thing what ever they tell them. You know better. Regards, Sargand UK

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