24 soldiers killed in NATO attack on Pakistan check post

Published: November 26, 2011

NATO helicopters attack Pakistani checkpost on Pak-Afghan border, 12 security personnel also injured. PHOTO: REUTERS

NATO helicopters attack Pakistani checkpost on Pak-Afghan border, 12 security personnel also injured. PHOTO: REUTERS Sources say, nearby areas were also attacked by the helicopters. PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE

PESHAWAR: An early Saturday morning attack by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) helicopters killed at least 24 security personnel and injured 12 soldiers on a Pakistani check post in Salala, which is located in the Tehsil Bayzai area of Mohmand Agency on the Pak-Afghan border , sources said.

Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) sources confirmed the attack, but could not determine the number of casualties as the interrogation was still underway.

The incident took place in a village of Salala, which is an area bordering the Kunar province of Afghanistan.

At least 40 soldiers were stationed at the check post.

An official on the condition of anonymity told The Express Tribune that there was consistent shelling on the Pakistani check post, which resulted in security forces retaliating.

“The actual number of casualties might rise, as it cannot be determined at the moment,” the official said.

The official added that nearby areas were also attacked by the helicopters.

“It is a matter of national security and we are still interrogating it,” said a security official. “The matter will be taken up at the highest level.”

“This is an attack on Pakistan’s territorial sovereignty, “said Masood Kasur, the governor of Pakistan’s northwestern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. “Such cross-border attacks cannot be tolerated any more. The government will take up this matter at the highest level and it will be investigated.”

The situation remained unclear as the political administration did not give any information about the incident.

The incident comes a day after Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani met Commander of Coalition Forces in Afghanistan General Allen Jones to discuss measures of enhancing border control on both sides.

The attack will likely worsen US-Pakistan relations, already at one of their lowest points in history, following a tumultuous year that saw the bin Laden raid, the jailing of a CIA contractor, and US accusations that Pakistan backed a militant attack on the US Embassy in Kabul.

An increase inUS drone strikes on militants in the last few years has also irritated Islamabad, which says the campaign kills more Pakistani civilians in the border area than activists. Washington disputes that, but declines to discuss the drone campaign in detail.

Earlier, it was reported that Nato jets had attacked the border post.

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Reader Comments (223)

    Nov 26, 2011 - 11:32PM

    Truly a sad incident and depressive that we couldnt give them a befitting response;why our choppers were not there to save the souls of our brave soldiers;indeed a great loss;


  • FawadTexan
    Nov 26, 2011 - 11:35PM

    NATO seeking a way to wage war as they have lost in Afghanistan. They want to destablize by anymeans. Haqqani case or by any other means to target Pakistani army as Leaders of this country are Traitors.Recommend

  • Not required
    Nov 26, 2011 - 11:36PM

    What will our PAF will do? all F-16 and most other jets are American made and aid. We can like their Puppets, we cannot do anything if we try to do america will jam our jets.


  • Meekal Ahmed
    Nov 26, 2011 - 11:46PM

    I find it amazing how people here without knowing the facts jump to conclusions. It seems our guys were sitting around drinking chai and were suddenly attacked by NATO gun-ships.

    Why would NATO do something so absurd and provocative? Recommend

  • Bala
    Nov 26, 2011 - 11:51PM

    NATO kills 28 pakistani solders ( pakistan is after all Major non-NATO ally ..whatever that means) .. What is Your Kayani doing? Where are the JF-17 Blunders .. Pakistanis should know …JF-17 blunders are flying coffins … better fly F-16s and show some fight .. Pakistani soliders (40!) cannot defend a border post …Is pakistani army just police force?


  • Mahrukh
    Nov 27, 2011 - 12:11AM

    Wow. What are you waiting for, Pakistan? It’s time you fight back…


  • naveed
    Nov 27, 2011 - 12:31AM

    sir kiyani dont under estimate ur nation v all r with u ask a sacrifice from us v wont give it a second thought but this is not understood that they kill ur troops who starts day with ur orders and ends with ur order , if they deserve this death than u should not be proud of being commander . lets face it once and tell them v r a NATION not slaves.


  • Malik Adeel Imtiaz
    Nov 27, 2011 - 12:31AM

    Salute to Shaheed, this is very SAD news and definitely GODLY right to be angered. But please note that every thing has some processes and procedures. This incident needs fully investigation.
    We need to know what went wrong. Something went wrong.
    God is with us. Please be united with PAK ARMY.
    Pak Army Live Long……Always remember “shaheed ki jo maut hai wo qaum ki hayat hai”.


  • anil
    Nov 27, 2011 - 12:33AM

    As an Indian citizen “I won’t say that credible evidence needed against NATO” . I won’t repeat any pak minister’s line . I would advise pak gov to snap all deals with NATO and USA . Just tell them that you can’t use inch of pakistan , but it is not going to be so easy as pak has already played a successful game of “divide USSR” with Uncle Sam .


  • Mohammad Awais
    Nov 27, 2011 - 12:56AM

    The people generally believe that the government is only dancing to the tunes of US. A memo revealed by a US businessman of Pakistan’s origin can shake our military and civilian leadership. How can we believe such weak military and civilian leadership can respond to this violation by Nato?


  • Parvez
    Nov 27, 2011 - 12:59AM

    Excellent opportunity for our leaders to wipe off some of the egg that has landed on their face over the last so many months.


  • Salman Mansoor
    Nov 27, 2011 - 1:04AM

    My message to General Kiyani Kayani. Had you also condemned the every day killing of People of FATA by drones and blocked NATO supply for them, today your 28 Soldiers would have never being killed at the hands of your “friends”. RIP for those who died and God bless the People of FATA who are killed and for them no eye sheds or heart grieves.


  • let there be peace
    Nov 27, 2011 - 1:07AM

    @Bipul Rajput:
    you may be partly correct that too only about post Islamisation period. I have heard people of same region resisted Alexander’s Greek army which became demoralized, gave up ambitions of conquering rest of India and ran away back to safe bases. Only few of Greek soldiers returned alive and even Alexander was fatally wounded and died in Persia. but then it was not called Pakistan and those kingdoms were definitely not Islamic republics.


  • narayana murthy
    Nov 27, 2011 - 1:41AM

    Come on Pakistanis…where were your protests when thousands of your soldiers were killed by the bearded brigade?

    You didn’t mind that, did you? It was after all Muslims killing Muslims!!!!

    I don’t think any of your conspiracy theories has any substance. It was what is called as a friendly fire. There will be apology from the US govt.


  • Rahul
    Nov 27, 2011 - 1:44AM

    Where is your all weather friend China? Few days before, China was saying that any attack on Pakistan would be considered an attack on himself, am I right?


  • arshad
    Nov 27, 2011 - 1:51AM

    all we want befitting reply, kicked afghani out of the country as they were along the US troops during ride time


  • Nov 27, 2011 - 1:57AM

    You are the only brave man in the pakistan who can see right from the wrong.I respect you wisdom brother Faraz to accept the truth. May god bless you abd all the pakistanis many fold.


  • Kevin Mason
    Nov 27, 2011 - 2:09AM

    Without a doubt, the NATO attack was deliberate. It was a provocation, designed to put Pakis in their places.

    But think about it: How can Pakistan tolerate the murder of its own peaceful servicemen operating on their own soil?

    What does the US and its pirate cohorts provide that is so good for Pakistan that Pakistan would endure such a humiliation? What price does the US pay to rape and rape again Pakistan. What sort of government allows foreigners to slaughter its own people!

    You tell me. I am neither a Muslim nor a Paki,,but I feel the humiliation, too.
    Nowhere is safe or civil on earth as long as the US can engage in lawlessness with


  • M
    Nov 27, 2011 - 2:12AM

    @ashok sai

    No terrorists got hit. Innocent security/army personnel lost their lives undefended. The only terrorists are the ones with you in your lovely country who kill innocent Kashmiri women and children.

    May God give strength to the families of all the victims of this massacre. Ameen.


  • Homa
    Nov 27, 2011 - 2:17AM

    Kayani has failed. He needs to go.


  • Dogone
    Nov 27, 2011 - 2:18AM

    The current leadership should be held responsible for putting the nation through this disaster. They have worked against the interest of their own people and they have the gall to call themselves a ‘democracy’. . . they need to go go gooooooooooooo!
    Cowardly and deceptive leadership is not acceptable when the people are the victim of genocide!!


  • Farooq
    Nov 27, 2011 - 2:24AM

    @Meekal Ahmed:

    How true. Americans are always the good guys :Right?

    Why would American Invade Veitnam, Korea, Iraq and Afghanistan?

    Opes. They were not invading , they were liberating them and i am very hopeful that they will be soon kicked out of Afghanistan like Veitnam and will sink in their own debt of 14 Trillions

    China and India are already becoming global stake players. Let’s realign our policies and stop giving holy status to our very INCOMPETENT Army. They cannot protect their own people, they will never /can protect Pakistan ( Remember 1971, Kargil, GHQ attack, Mehran base attack etc)


  • Mohammad Ahmed Khan
    Nov 27, 2011 - 2:44AM

    Pass another joint resolution and vow that national interests will not compromised.


  • Mohammad Ahmed Khan
    Nov 27, 2011 - 2:46AM

    Now I understand the statement of Ch. Shujat Hussain. Our atom bomb is for Shab-e-barat. Enjoy!


  • Nov 27, 2011 - 3:18AM

    I think Pakistan national security decession to cut of nato supply line to afghanistan is good.Pakistan is the majour partner in war against terrorism.With pakistan USA & Nato forces face hard difficulties with in Afghanistan.Such attock will rise the ratio of anti-america feelings in people of Pakistan.America have to stop their double-face policy for Pakistan.


  • Paul trivet
    Nov 27, 2011 - 3:35AM

    Wouldn’t it not surprise anyone to find out that Israel had it!s hand in the bombings?


  • Usman Syed
    Nov 27, 2011 - 4:00AM

    Now Obama and the republicans alike will still call Pakistan to DO MORE instead of coming out with open, public apologies. The president’s silence is deafening indeed.
    The lead story on cnn.com is not the massacre of 24 Pakistani soldiers, but the record shopping spree of the Americans on BLACK FRIDAY.
    Bravo USA!! This is how “Friends” treat friends.


  • Zebedee
    Nov 27, 2011 - 4:12AM

    Yes, it is but thankfully not US ‘AIDS’ !


  • Rude-dog
    Nov 27, 2011 - 4:22AM

    Go out and vote for change in Pakistan, otherwise this abuse and disgraceful treatment of it’s people will continue with blood money. Very Sad . . .


  • Rude-dog
    Nov 27, 2011 - 4:55AM

    @Meekal Ahmed – One needs to get to the bottom of this as to who was involed in this action among the NATO team. NATO is made up of a few countries and one of them may be directly hostile towards Pakistan and taking undue advantage of NATO may be using NATO as the spring board to attack Pakistan!!


  • Muhammad Saad
    Nov 27, 2011 - 5:48AM

    It is just disgraceful how NATO helicopters can attack a nuclear power and kill our soldiers at their own convenience. please for once Pak govt do something except for your stupid vocal rhetorics of condemnation.Stop there supply lines this is the least that you can do. May the martyred soliders rest in peace.


  • Usman
    Nov 27, 2011 - 7:54AM

    Pictures of Maj. Mujahid and Capt. Usman

    May their souls rest in peace along with other Army Jawans who were Shaheed that fateful day.


  • Zeeshan
    Nov 27, 2011 - 9:55AM


    We know how powerful you are. We are always amazed about your military capability and how strong you are in handling Maoist (just a mere quarter of your territory under Maoist) so we are trying hard to learn from you. We are also amazed to know that you need half a million soldiers to govern, rule and terrorize Kashmiris who refused to submit to you.

    @Tamil Arasan,

    If you love your homeland, I suggest you to learn to speak and teach Hindi in all of your schools first. If love for you homeland only means terrorizing Kashmiris who have nothing in common with you (from skin tone to religion to language to culture) to submit, you should ask yourself who are the terrorists here. Let’s not talk about the bravery of Tamils: we saw that in Sri Lanka.


    I suggest you to stop reading Indian textbooks and your propaganda. Kashmiri Muslims are the progenies of the native Kashmiris. Kashmiri Muslims still carry with them the surnames Butt, Bhat, Pandit, Sheikh, Dar, Lone etc. Contrary to your lies, Kashmiri Muslims were and are the native people of Kashmir. The 500,000 soldiers of yours who are now occupying Kashmir are the real foreigners and invaders.


  • baljinder singh
    Nov 27, 2011 - 10:22AM

    America showing it is love towards pakis for keeping Osama as Guest Of Pakis miltary


    Nov 27, 2011 - 11:38AM

    I’ve just got back after condolences with the father of Captain Usman Shaheed; he achieved shahadat in NATO barbaric attack. Severe cries in his home still sounding in my ears.
    Gone are the Days when I used to think myself a Proud Pakistani..
    We are slaves.. I feel ashamed to own such a coward Army which could not respond. I feel ashamed to own such Air force which could not do anything to destroy the base, from where NATO helicopters operated.
    Where is PAF? where is JF-17? where is F-16?? Why they did not react immediately? Where is the resolution which states that any such act will be responded.
    Where is the immediate response of ARMY??
    We have every reason to hate and abuse all the high command of our forces.


  • Tony Singh
    Nov 27, 2011 - 11:57AM

    While we all emphatise with the famlies of dead soldiers, should not the Pakistan citizens ask its establishment why it plays a double game in Afganistan (remember Haqanni network attack on US embassy which was supported by Pak army). These actions of Pak army will lead to such reactions. And soldiers die for no fault of theirs. I think the fblame squarely lies with Gen. Kayani and Pasha. They should have harder look at their Afganistan and NATO policy.


  • Retaliation
    Nov 27, 2011 - 12:08PM

    @let there be peace:
    good reply!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  • humaira kanwal
    Nov 27, 2011 - 1:39PM

    NATO attacked in Pakistani territory is accidental or pr-planned there is need to investigate on urgent bases .its the 2nd largest attack by NATO since 2008 .demand for apology , joint investigation and suspension of NATO supply besides high level meetings are good steps but there are number of questions need to be discuss openly with US .at one hand we ally and on the other hand we are being treated like enemies .its obvious that on both sides mistrust prevails in relationship .now its time for Pakistan and US both to declare openly what is policy what are intentions because there is no doubt that if and on one side US is desperate and frustrate of 10 year ware and confused to do what Exit ,use force or reconciliation Pakistan is also running Dual policy .lose of lives by hands of soldiers in both sides will demoralize army and will shattered the trust of civilian who are also sacrificing their homes their love one for the sack of peace in there land and region .calling In-camera session of Parliament ,or core commander conference or resolutions and statements by leadership are positive steps but theses are not enough .we have to understand that in diplomacy there is no friend and no enemy every country goes for get own priorities and benefits and it is not possible for Pakistan or any other one to live all alone .so during setting of strategy to go forward with US or Afghanistan and any other neighbor our civilian and military leadership must formulate the way and road map that how can we get rid of internal extremism which is growing like cancer .meanwhile we should not forget the snakes in our backyard who are silent yet but who knows they will remain silent for ever .we have no concern with US but we are concerned for our soil our region and peace of the world.


  • humaira kanwal
    Nov 27, 2011 - 1:44PM

    joint investigation of incident and clear cut policy is urgently required


  • Abid Khan
    Nov 27, 2011 - 3:12PM

    As the 24 solidiers were killed. Our Govt: Policy is cheap. So the effected relatives of these solidiers will fought against nato for revenge and of course they will termed as “Tererriosts”. Are they be the real tererriosts?


  • Nov 27, 2011 - 5:20PM

    @R S JOHAR: I agree it was deliberate. Read what Nato chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen has written to Pakistan premier Yousuf Raza Gilani.

    “I have written to the Prime Minister of Pakistan to make it clear that the deaths of Pakistani personnel are as unacceptable and deplorable as the deaths of Afghan and international personnel,” he said in a statement. “This was a tragic unintended incident.”

    Please read in between lines it will become clear.


  • Nov 27, 2011 - 6:08PM

    I am hurt and sad for all those who died.I also share with people of Pakistan their hurt and grief. But let us not forget that this is the replay of the same game Pakistan plays with all its neighbors. Using their posts for sending terror across and protecting them in return. The brave soldiers die in vain due to use of terror as state policy and theory of strategic depth. Recommend

  • hedgefunder
    Nov 27, 2011 - 6:38PM

    @humaira kanwal:

    joint investigation of incident and clear cut policy is urgently required

    Since when has Pakistan ever agreed to do anything jointly???
    The victims odf Mumbai too are awaiting joint investigation 3 years down the line !!!
    So what’s the urgency in regards to this little incident????


  • Indian
    Nov 27, 2011 - 6:59PM


    1) You should also know that we have been strong enough to liberate Bangladesh from the clutches of West Pakistan and its genocide of 3 million Bangladeshis and oh! may be you forgot to mention which part of Pakistan is free from terrorism?

    2) You know why India still stands in one piece. Its because it respects its multiculturality and linguistics and not to impose a particular ideology the way Pakistan did in East Pakistan now Bangladesh.

    3) ‘Kashmiri Muslims still carry with them the surnames’ – I suggest you read history from any foreign text (other than Pakistani) and find the truth yourself. Despite all that Kashmir has gone through, 96% of its population is still Muslim in stark contrast to what Pakistan did to its minority (including Hindus). Indian army is not genocidal as Pakistani army was in Bangladesh, otherwise things would have been different with 7 lakh army personnel in Kashmir!

    4) ‘Kashmiri Muslims were and are the native people of Kashmir’ – and they will be native people of Kashmir as citizens of India safe from franaticism and theocracy until they leave this abode .


  • HaS 116
    Nov 27, 2011 - 8:58PM

    nato kill our 24 brave soldiers i did not think that this is a mistake .nato is a fool that they do not know this is a pakistan army check post pakistan army should reply this. and we did not corporate with nato any more.


  • HaS 116
    Nov 27, 2011 - 9:08PM

    this is a bad event


  • Nov 27, 2011 - 9:17PM

    hina rabani do a great job


  • stevenson
    Nov 28, 2011 - 2:01AM

    @A Fahran: Remeber that Pakistanis will not forget the lives of our soldiers. We all know how Afghanis have long been lackeys of their masters in India and how they are trying to use the West to kill Pakistanis. We will not forget the thankless way in which Afghani refugees lived in Pakistan by the millions while we fought to defeat the Soviets. We will not forget how we gave you shelter but instead you abused this hospitality. We will see how Pakistan deals with Afghanistan when you stop using others to attack Pakistani soldiers. I pray that the Pakistani military never forgets all the soldiers that lost their lives senselessly. The double game of Afghanistan will come back to haunt Afghanistan.


  • Rude-Dog
    Nov 28, 2011 - 2:35AM

    @hedgefunder – Your hostility towards Pakistan is obvious just like the hostility of the NATO member who may have attacked the check post with blood thirsty desires!!
    There is a big problem as to who else is involved in giving out orders between Afghanistan and NATO. Now, Afghanistan, we know does not have a voice of its own as it is being controlled by India (hostile nation towards Pakistan), and it is a known fact that India has been using Afghanistan as the spring board to attack Pakistan for many decades now, it should be considered a big suspect in using NATO as their spring board to attack Pakistan (whether directly or indirectly) Due to the fact India is part of the NATO/Afghanistan equation – - Pakistan should have never participated in this mess as it has caused GENOCIDE to the nation of Pakistan. 38,000 lives lost in cold blood, many thousands displaced and maimed for no fault of their own and 70 billion in the hole with cities destroyed causing total deprivation to its citizens, that no money can replace what so ever!!!!!!!!!
    It is time to bring the perpetrators of the Pakistan genocide to justice before the world body urgently, without any further distraction. Pakistani leadership is also held responsible as they should have taken such actions long time ago and prevented further bloodshed. Genocide is Genocide no matter how it is performed and executed!!!!
    Peace brother. . . .


  • faizan
    Nov 28, 2011 - 3:22AM

    it is disheartening event but i would like to make two comments
    1. it is calculated move by americans to test pakistani response
    2. beggars cannot be choosers
    I fear pakistan will present its nuclear arsenal on plate


  • Mullah
    Nov 28, 2011 - 7:39AM

    Why do we keep on asking for and crying we havnt got enough of the $ aid from U.S.

    Obviously there are individual military interest and political interest in the whole game plan.
    loosers are common man.


  • Mullah
    Nov 28, 2011 - 7:43AM

    @Paul trivet: keep living in ignorance.realise certain pakistanis are the real enemy of pakistan


  • Mullah
    Nov 28, 2011 - 7:50AM

    @Not required: What did PAF do during binladen operation. now 25 soldiers killing…its incresingly looking like a cricket match fixing scandal.you common man you are the ultimate looser.


  • Mullah
    Nov 28, 2011 - 7:53AM

    @Malik Adeel Imtiaz: balls ….generals are doing drama in front of you imtiaz.front line soldiers killed wont make any difference to their pocket


  • Nadeem
    Nov 28, 2011 - 2:39PM

    Get our troops out of the FATA region, seal the border and let the Americans, Afghans and the Wasiristanis all fight it out. They are all nuts and there is nothing there. I’ve been there, I know.


  • Muhammed Saleem
    Nov 28, 2011 - 2:42PM

    Undoubtedly Pakistan should not tolerate the incident and, if, NATO and US Army do not take the action we must respond in a very calculated manner. At the same time we must to strengthen withhin the country to face these challenges. The urgent steps need to be taken to imporive governance, transparency, tax collection, power saving and generation, education, timely justice to poor, clean administration, real democracy within the political parties and in the country. Those nations are respected who have stengths, learns lesson from mistakes and open to improve its weaknesses. Stop bame game now and move forward to be respected in the commity of nations. God bless Pakistan.


  • Nov 28, 2011 - 4:02PM

    Why is there never this much protest when civilians are killed? Are they a lower form of life? Not that we shouldn’t protest now of course.


  • sohail
    Nov 28, 2011 - 5:36PM

    Airforce is at the boarder,when the loaded jet takes off from kunar province , they reported,it was 1:30am but no action was taken by higher officers,althought they can stop it they can fly from kamara or peshwar (212 km from boarder) .

    such decisions cannot be made at real time
    i think it is an understanding between army/airforce and political leadership that they will not fight with US or NATO , they try to stop actions from ground but know they have to stop them from air.
    work is already in progress to empower check posts at boarder


  • Nov 28, 2011 - 5:54PM

    @stevenson: histroy proves that Afghanis have never been any one’s lackkeys. They are fearcely independent and brave even the mighty British could do nothing.They had to come to Pakistan as you poked your nose in Afghanistan as lackeys of America with selfish motive of making Afghanistan as your backyard.Remember all your dreams of making Afghanistan as you strategic depth will be blown with the wind.


  • Nov 28, 2011 - 6:13PM

    @Rude-Dog: Dear Dog no one has ever explained to me as to why India would attack Pakistan?NOT ONE REASON. Leave India no one in the world would like to have Pakistan on their platter. The jehadis terror, failed economy, millions of hungry people to feed, no water, no electricity, no stability It will be foolish to even think that India or any one else would attack Pakistan. And why? Please THINK Think and do not keep repeating what Zia down wards has been taught to you.


  • Rude Dog
    Nov 28, 2011 - 8:27PM

    @VINOD – You may not want any war personally . . . But India does to gain supremacy and an upper hand in the region . . .that simple! And the well known fact that it has historically been using Afghan soil to attack Pakistan from the back door and that it is shrewd enough to fool the world . . . mostly USA. Get it now????
    Please know, with these kind of back door tactics are very harmful and couter-productive. India should live like a good neighbour with Pakistan and stop ganging up on it under the umbrella or collection of its misguided countries!!


  • Indian
    Nov 28, 2011 - 8:40PM

    @Rude Dog:
    Just one correction – Well known fact is Pakistan using Afghanistan to attack the world through Taliban and other ‘strategic assets’ through ‘front door’. You know best now with what is happening in Pakistan as to what happens when you try to kill the world..


  • sunny
    Nov 28, 2011 - 9:00PM

    hi just wanted to say long live Pakistan, army, people, isi and the mother land.Recommend

  • Toosy
    Nov 29, 2011 - 2:23AM

    If we reallly call ourselves a nation then we really need to smack nato foces with a real attack.They dont have the right to take away our freedom cuz we aint a dead nation and we really need to prove it.Up till now 72 soldiers have been killed by these forces and we have done nothing.We know that our government has pathetically responded towards this situation but we should not.Even being a civilian i dont fear fighting with these nato forces face to face.My compatriots i expect the same from u.


  • Rude Dog
    Nov 29, 2011 - 12:57PM

    @Indian – The fact of the matter is that Pakistan is a peaceful country that minds its own business and lives peacefully with the rest of the world and its neighbours (India is an exception) On the contrary, it is India’s lies and propaganda against Pakistan that India feeds off of. Pakistan never had any terrorist problems in the past. It is a known fact that it is india who manufactures terrorist from Afghanistan and then spits it out into Pakistan, shamelessly blaming Pakistan. All terrorists are India’s proxy war creation for the sole purpose of destabalizing Pakistan. India’s terror game exposed and well understood by Pakistan.
    India should stop killing the world!. . . . It has killed the US economy by stealing jobs from the US and it creates terrorist from the back door through Afghanistan into Pakistan. Also it promotes wars through its lies and propaganda!
    END OF DISCUSSION*********


  • hedgefunder
    Nov 29, 2011 - 3:40PM

    @Rude Dog:
    Hey ! Wake up ! My 13 yr old has more commonsense than what you just showed with your comment!!!
    Its not very healthy to live in world of illusions!!


  • Nov 29, 2011 - 11:47PM

    Dear Readers, What happen in Salala is very tragic and we are saddened by the death of 25 brave Pakistani soldiers and officials. Our thoughts and prayers go out to their families. We are looking at it very seriously, and that is the reason a high ranking official has been appointed to investigate this incident. A full investigation is underway, and we all should reserve comment on the details of what happened until all investigations are completed.

    In an official briefing yesterday, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said, “The President’s reaction is all of our reaction, which is that the events that took those lives — the event, rather, was a tragedy. The loss of Pakistani life was a tragedy. We mourn the brave Pakistani service members who lost their lives. And our sympathies go out to their families and go out to Pakistan” He further said, “We take this matter very seriously. I believe my colleague over at the Pentagon, George Little, announced earlier today that in addition to ISAF looking into this, at the request of General Allen, CENTCOM will be investigating this matter. And we’re obviously very keen on finding out exactly what happened.” He also said, “As for our relationship with Pakistan, it continues to be an important, cooperative relationship that is also very complicated. And we have been — senior U.S. officials have been in contact with the Pakistani government, with their counterparts in Pakistan, including Secretaries Panetta and Clinton, Chairman Dempsey, General Allen, Ambassador Munter. And those contacts will continue. It is very much in our national security interest to maintain a cooperative relationship with Pakistan, because we have shared interests in the fight against terrorism. And so we will continue to work on that relationship.”

    Maj David Nevers
    DET- United States Central Command


  • rose suzzane
    Nov 30, 2011 - 12:36AM

    sad incident ,
    but what a diplomacy by US i am shocked man , i think now its time for US to play double game instead of PAK army and establishment.


  • Abid khan
    Nov 30, 2011 - 4:33PM

    nato has just do it for revolution in Pakistan like in Libia and Egypt and what they have started in other Arabs countries. First they want to bring such revolution in Pakistan in form Taliban but our Intelligence had easily handled that. Now again they are doing such attacks for the same purpose to snach away Nuclear weapon from Pakistan and rule just like in Afghanistan, Iraq and other Muslim countries. Now the only solution of matters for our Intelligence and officials is that Pakistan has to announce that they will fire Atomic bomb on the country whose forces ever attacked Pakistan without any negotiation becuase it will be considered as an attack on Pakistan.


  • asim ali
    Nov 30, 2011 - 7:47PM

    we are all sleeping we are thinks america for this wecked up if we ?


  • Dec 1, 2011 - 9:57AM

    why you are trying to kill our army ?


  • ayaz anjum
    Dec 2, 2011 - 12:10PM

    As we know pak spend more than 70 percent bodugate on defence annully,but where is our achivements?


  • Dec 9, 2011 - 6:12PM

    Nato attack priced too high for United States of America. America is Desperate to Restore Normal Relations with Pakistan. Now America is facing the music of their own deed,

    Read More : http://www.inflatu.com/news/nato-attack-priced-too-high-elevated-and-hoisted-for-us-dont-mess-with-pakistan/535.html


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