Saying 'no' to NATO: DPC long march enroute to Gujranwala

Published: July 8, 2012
The long march will proceed towards the Parilament House where the procession will be held. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

The long march will proceed towards the Parilament House where the procession will be held. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

LAHORE: The long march against the resumption of Nato supplies through Pakistan as announced by Difa-i-Pakistan Council (DPC) started from  Lahore on Sunday and is expected to reach Islamabad tomorrow, Express News has reported.

Hundreds of cars were part of the procession.

The participants included activists from Jamatud Dawa (JuD), Ahle Sunnat Waljamat (formerly known as Sipah-e-Sahaba), Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUI), and Jamat-e-Islami (JI).

JI’s caravan had already reached Nasir Bagh under the leadership of Amirul Azeem where JuD ‘s caravan, led by Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, joined it.

JuD’s caravan had proceeded from Masjid-e-Shuada where JI leader Sayed Munawar Hasan, DPC chairman Molana Samiul Haq, former ISI chief General (r) Hamid Gul, his son Abdullah Gul, Pakistan Ulema Council head Maulana Tahir Ashrafi and other leaders joined them. The leaders were mounted on a truck, which also doubled as a moveable stage.

A number of JD and Hizbul Mujahideen activists were providing security to the truck.

The leaders delivered speeches at Istanbul Chowk at The Mall in front of Town Hall.

Addressing the protesters, Maulana Samiul Haq said they were holding a long march to save Pakistan and Afghanistan from the clutches of the US, adding that their movement would continue until complete withdrawal of US forces from Pakistan and Afghanistan.

He said suspension of Nato Supply is one of their goals, urging the masses to join them towards Islamabad.

Addressing the gathering, JI’s Syed Munawar Hasan said the long march was a sigh of relief for the people from the anti-people policies of the government, reiterating Haq’s stance of continuing the struggle till complete ouster of US forces from Afghanistan and Pakistan.

He said the government was trying to make Pakistan a colony of the US and hence the DPC was holding the march to rid the country of this slavery, asking those, who are against drone attacks and terrorism to join the long march.

Saeed also urged the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to join the DPC long march, adding that those who were not joining the DPC were part of the government and would be equally responsible for the government’s decisions, including allowing resumption of Nato supply.

The protest was welcomed by a large number of JuD supporters at Shahdara Chowk, and Muridkey. The participants are scheduled to spend the night in Gujrat.

On July 9 the long march would leave Gujrat at 10 am and would reach Islamabad on the same day through Lala Musa, Kharian, Sarai Alamgir, Jehlum, Dina, Sohawa, Gujar Khan. The leaders will decide the final venue for the march after consultation with participants from Rawalpindi and Islamabad, which could be either the D ground or some ground in Aabpara.

DPC activists, media clash as Gen (r) Hamid Gul faints

During the march, there were also reports of General (R) Hamid Gul fainting at Shahdara, where he was rushed back in an ambulance, provided by Falah-e-Insaniat Foundation, an offshoot of JD. Activists of JD clashed with some photographers and cameramen of different media outlets for filming the episode, terming it as embarrassing for them.

‘Government will not stop DPC long march’

Senior Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Affairs Rehman Malik has said that the government will not stop the DPC long march, letting them to record their protest against Nato supplies resumption in front of Parliament on Monday.

“We will not stop DPC long march. By letting the DPC to hold rallies, we want to prove the government’s stance that that country’s ‘deep state’ is not involved in DPC’s genesis,” Malik said on Sunday.

However, while briefing the media over the long march, he said that the Government would not allow leaders of banned outfits to participate in this procession.

“Individuals of banned organizations and others placed on Schedule – IV of the anti-terrorism act will not be allowed to enter into Islamabad.”

Security arrangements

Chairman National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) will install CCTV long range cameras on various commercial areas of federal capital, while Secretary Interior Sadiq-e-Akbar will monitor the proceedings of the long march and speeches by their leaders.

Islamabad police, including Frontier Constabulary and Rangers will be deployed along the route of the long march to protect the participants as well as public and private properties.

Akbar said that the DPC had ensured that the procession would remain peaceful.

Four helicopters were assigned to conduct aerial monitoring from both sides of Jinnah Avenue, Islamabad while two helicopters would also be provided to Rawalpindi police for aerial surveillance.

Eariler, speaking at the DPC All Parties Conference, Maulana Samiul Haq said that the re-opening of Nato supplies was an insult to the parliament. On behalf of the participants of the APC, he demanded that the government resign.

He said that the long march was not just against re-opening Nato supplies but also against corruption, the increase in prices and power outages. He said that drivers, conductors, helpers and mechanics of Nato containers should refuse to work on them since advancing the Nato supply was an “un-Islamic act.”

As per a media briefing by Maulana Samiul Haq, the long march is expected to reach Gujrat on Sunday  from where it will proceed towards D Ground in Islamabad in front of the Parilament House where the procession will be held.

According to Haq, this was the first phase of their protests and the second phase would hold marches from from Quetta to Chaman, Karachi to Hyderabad, Multan to Dera Ghazi Khan, Sargodha to Mianwali, Peshawar to Khyber Pass, Rawalpindi to Chakwal Talagang, Faisalabad to Sargodha, Khushab and Islamabad.


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Reader Comments (69)

  • Hedgefunder
    Jul 8, 2012 - 2:06PM

    Maulana Samiul Haq should also state as to how all the drivers, conductors, helpers and mechanics should support their Families without working and earning money ?
    Ghairat does not feed, clothed or shelter them !


  • Abdul Azeem
    Jul 8, 2012 - 2:07PM

    Go on and get ur destiny


  • Haider Ali
    Jul 8, 2012 - 2:19PM

    The extremist approach which these people carry is a grave threat for Pakistan.


  • Jul 8, 2012 - 2:25PM

    @Haider Ali:
    so according to you peacful long march is an extremist approach and a threat for Pakistan?


  • Ghaddar
    Jul 8, 2012 - 2:28PM

    DPC is a bunch of hypocrites. Where were they hiding for last 11 years? Wasn’t sheikh rashid a federal minister for 5 years when this supply route was consistently opened?
    All double standards.


  • Haris Chaudhry
    Jul 8, 2012 - 2:46PM

    Hypocrites to the core..

    Offer them US visas and 99% of them will be on the next plane to US.


  • Moiz
    Jul 8, 2012 - 2:48PM

    ok seculars . dont panic . they wont hurt u . come out of your hideouts . lol


  • Zaikam
    Jul 8, 2012 - 2:48PM

    Hedgefunder: I don’t oppose this very cause of their’s but the things you’ve pointed out certainly have even more grave consequences if they understand. Mullahs are killing us with their ghairat and politicians follow a different religion known by the name corruption.


  • Imran Con
    Jul 8, 2012 - 3:04PM

    Only because too many people are watching.


  • Ali Wali
    Jul 8, 2012 - 3:06PM

    @Moiz: Cowards are too exposed to harm anyone, secular or not. Just come out and pelt them with stones and pebbles.Recommend

  • Jul 8, 2012 - 3:09PM

    As per Maulana advancing Nato supply is an Un Islamic act. . So since last 8 years this Un Islamic act was continuing ( originally permitted by Army regime) So what punishment Maulana Samiul Haq proposes to all those involved in Un Islamic act ( something which is against their wishes is Un Islamic. )


  • Pakistani
    Jul 8, 2012 - 3:12PM

    The face of “Islamic Republic of Pakistan”. Look at thier face expression – so proud of them all. They are after real progression of the country, I think.


  • Butt
    Jul 8, 2012 - 3:26PM

    I doubt that all these Mulanas can walk all the way to Islamabad on foot. They must be inside their air-conditioned SUVs.


  • Riaz Khan
    Jul 8, 2012 - 3:42PM

    Mullah’s march to destruction of Pakistan! They are totally out of touch with the realities & out to destroy half of Pakistan after their similar debacle in 1971.


  • Common sense
    Jul 8, 2012 - 3:50PM

    Just because DPC is taking out a long march agains’t this issue does not mean that this is an extremist idea and the rest of Pakistan is in favour of it. Ask any man on the streets of Pakistan – punjabi, sindhi, baloch, pathan, seraiki and even non resident Pakistanis and they will tell you that they are absolutely agains’t opening up of these supply routes. What sort of democracy is this where the people’s wishes are not considered and the civil-military leadership dictate policies according to what suits them (cash in the pockets). Liberals here should use a bit of common sense and try not to malign the cause (i.e. closure of NATO supply routes) by linking it to DPC.


  • observer
    Jul 8, 2012 - 3:54PM

    He said that drivers, conductors, helpers and mechanics of Nato containers should refuse to work on them since advancing the Nato supply was an “un-Islamic act.”

    Apparently pushing the same goods in the same direction during the 1980s and from 2001 to 2011 was an ‘Islamic Act’.

    It further appears that apart from the fee payable nothing else has changed.

    Does that mean that whether an act is ‘Islamic’ or not is a function of money?


  • Raza Khan
    Jul 8, 2012 - 4:01PM

    Exercise in total futility! So many man hours wasted aimlessly. Just imagine how many hours we waste on these unproductive activities & than blame west for all the conspiracies against us! If we have friends like these we definitely do not need any enemies. We are our own horrible enemies!


  • dv sikka
    Jul 8, 2012 - 4:07PM

    What about the 1.1 billion dollar bakshish that Pakistan has got for this act.


  • Hi There
    Jul 8, 2012 - 4:16PM

    Good, the whole nation is supporting them.


  • Khaled
    Jul 8, 2012 - 4:37PM

    Opening the NATO supply route is “un-Islamic”? What will they think of next?


  • Logic Europe
    Jul 8, 2012 - 4:44PM

    a pointless exercise ,will fade away soon
    One good thing is that the people behind them are exposed


  • alicia
    Jul 8, 2012 - 5:31PM

    How many people are taking part in this long march?


  • sil3nt
    Jul 8, 2012 - 6:13PM

    PTI, JI, JUI, DPC, all are given open roads to islamabad… their approval and funding comes from whom ?
    they should not be ever called Islamic parties, they are hypocrites


  • Jul 8, 2012 - 6:17PM

    why because public give them money with open heart during their fund raising campaigns, so that is why they are hypocrites how?


  • Khan
    Jul 8, 2012 - 6:38PM

    @Pakistan politics:
    Yes, because politicians are meant to be discussing issues in the Parliament not dictating their terms on the roads.
    Government has got majority of votes from the people of Pakistan thus they are backed by those people .. If this maulana doesn’t agree with it he along with all his “politicians” should take the matter in the parliament and If HE thinks that Pakistanis are against this decision then I’m sure he will be able to get enough votes in up coming election to sweep the elections and kick every one else out of the parliament and then do as he wish.Recommend

  • Khan
    Jul 8, 2012 - 6:51PM

    @Common sense:

    Liberals here should use a bit of common sense

    Do you know what & who is a liberal?

    What sort of democracy is this where the people’s wishes are not considered

    In the election of 2008 PPP received over 10 millions votes,
    MQM 2.5 million votes,
    ANP 0.7 million votes,
    PML(Q) 7.9 million while
    PML(N) received a total of 6.7 million votes.
    Now how many million are attending DPC’s rallies that you think its against people’s wishes?

    Lets see if DPC is able to form a government in next election and is able to kick every one else out of the parliament since you claimed every single Pakistan is against this decision.


  • Toba Alu
    Jul 8, 2012 - 6:52PM

    This DPC march is not going change anybody’s mind. These so-called conservatives/tradionalists have no clue about history. If they are serious let them walk without all modern amenities, no plastic bottles, bare footed, no mobile telephones, no road to speak of, no watches, let them use the moon to guide them. One advantage for us would be that they would not be able to use guns and road side bombs. But fortunately hate is not going to solve anything. Unfortunately, it will take a long time before we can expect any positive result. Let us hope that they start at least learning to love their fellow human beings, that is the first and most important step towards becoming a human being.Recommend

  • Was a Pakistani
    Jul 8, 2012 - 7:10PM

    Please support these people… Such will lead the country to disaster and then this nation understand being like these thugs is not how you ever function.Recommend

  • azhar rasheed
    Jul 8, 2012 - 7:53PM

    Unfortunately self proclaimed liberals are the greatest threat to our existence
    These OMG OMG type of people are bunch of cowards always cribbing

    US of A aint no GodRecommend

  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 8:21PM

    So they are going to surround the Parliament house and it will not leave.

    Major turning point . If it contInues to grow, PTI and PML-N will join the bandwagon


  • believer
    Jul 8, 2012 - 8:22PM

    they are true believers. so we all should support them whatever their demand is. because we are from islamic republic of pakistan


  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 8:26PM


    The liberals (minority) are feudals from time of British Raj. Their families own lands I am sure of it. Their families benefit from corruption and have monopoly on major businesses.


  • faraz
    Jul 8, 2012 - 8:48PM

    Locally and internationally banned terrorist organizations are the hope of apolitical middle class of Upper Punjab. It’s just a case of identity crisis, nothing else.


  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 9:34PM


    Why are you objecting to the protest which is to end supply?

    What is wrong with ending supply?


  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 9:36PM

    @commmon sense

    You spoke common sense, but these liberal elites (feudals and associated) want you to think that their small voice is the general opinion. PEW polls reject that


  • Hussain
    Jul 8, 2012 - 10:18PM

    this protest is 101% legal and all nation should support them as this is to protect Pakistani sovereignty and stability. Everyone know how shamefull our Politicians are PPP, PML-N, MQM, ANP and PML-Q, all get their dollars from america Recommend

  • faraz
    Jul 8, 2012 - 10:21PM


    I think we are stuck in the 90s. Majority Pakistanis love Afghan Taliban and consider them the sole representatives of whole of Afghanistan. The fact is that 54 percent Afghans are non-pushtoon and they fought Taliban during 90s, and they hate them. Many urban pushtoon don’t like Taliban. Taliban have support mainly in rural pushtoon areas of Afghanistan.

    Why are we forcing entire Afghanistan to accept Taliban? Why don’t we respect their opinion? How many Afghans protest against NATO, especially non-pushtoon Afghans and urban pushtoons? What about global opinion? Even China, Iran, Turkey are opposed to Taliban.

    We can’t expel Afghan Taliban from safe havens in FATA and Baluchistan, so there is severe pressure on us. And I think army is no position to attack these elements. So it has to open NATO supplies to lessen pressure. Further, the collapsing economy cant face isolation; economy takes years to revive and stand on its own feet.

    As far as DPC is concerned, they are proxies of those who form foreign policy; their credibility is nil. They were used by the state to wage proxy wars, and later abandoned. For them, a jihadi group is a business. They recruited children from poor families and had them killed in Kashmir and Afghanistan. Many of them are involved in sectarian terrorism.

    And your connection between liberalism and feudalism was really amusing. Go to southern Punjab, there is an alliance between jihadi groups and feudals.


  • Pak
    Jul 8, 2012 - 10:49PM

    Nato supply should be closed…. support these people for such a sacred purpose.


  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:02PM


    I’m pretty accurate on connection between feudalism and liberals and business elites.

    Understand the liberals, many of them work or go to school in the West. They come from well off families that were enriched due to land distribution by British Raj.

    They, the liberals want the current system to remain intact, and that is why they support PPP or PML-N.

    Islamists draw their ranks frOm the poor mostly


  • khurram qadir
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:07PM

    May Allah guide our nation. and i really hope that people like mr. hamid gul live and more are born like them. Standing for the defence and honor of our country.


  • Karella
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:18PM

    We keep hyping that a few extra vocal people have Pakistan hostage, but do consider the following
    1. More people have died in the hands of TTP in any given year (average for 10 years) in Pakistan since 2002, that all afghan civilians put together since 2002 in the hands of NATO.
    2. Each year, more Pakistani’s die in target killings in Karachi, than all military deaths in Afghanistan and Kashmir combined (only using Kashmir as an Example.. Indian trolls don’t respond)
    3. Each year more Shia’s are killed in Pakistan than combat deaths in Afghanistan
    4. For each afghan civilian killed, we have 10 Pakistani innocent civilians killed by TTP and their allies.
    5. Afghan Taliban are surpassingly silent on Pakistan allowing NATO supplies to continue. Why?
    6. Americans have supplies coming through Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan has American bases too. Yet no uprising seems to be taking place there. Intact Uzbek warlords seem to have found a place in our tribal areas.
    7. American have active war bases in : Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Iraq and others in the Arab world, where real aircraft kill real civilians in our part of the world. Yet none of these countries or their civilians object.

    This seems to be being a case of us being more loyal than the king.

  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:25PM


    Weak disclaimer. What can another country do if Pakistan establishment wants to open supply lines? Would Iran tell Pakistan to have shame?

    They probably did. I don’t understand whatever you listed.

    The vast vast vast majority of Pakistanis are opposed to supply lines

    Over a million Afghans have died from this war. GO fact find


  • faraz
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:26PM


    You know liberals supported land reforms. But all religious parties and mullahs opposed it. Bhutto’s land reforms were declared unislamic by Shariat court, and millions of peasants were put under bonded labour.

    Well at least you agree that religious parties recruited children from poor families and had them killed in Afghanistan and Kashmir.

    According to your analysis, Islamists should win elections because poor are 80 percent of Pakistan. And PML and PPP should bag 1 vote of liberals! As I said earlier, apolitical urban middle class suffering from identity crisis are impressed by shallow rhetoric of Islamists .


  • Qadir Khan
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:34PM

    He said that drivers, conductors, helpers and mechanics of Nato containers should refuse to work on them since advancing the Nato supply was an “un-Islamic act.”

    This is an example of how these people use religion for personal benefit. Can someone explain how transporting NATO goods is un-islamic?


  • Yasir Mehmood
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:37PM

    So they will create a traffic block tommorow morning in route to my office.


  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:39PM


    Bhutto himself was a landlord and his son in law Zardari is too. His land is still belonging to the family.

    Land reforms. Rhetoric doesn’t mean a thing especially when there is so much hypocrisy.


  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:41PM


    It is un-Islamic because the supplies are used and result in the deaths of many many people in Afghanistan and Pakistan.


  • Wtf
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:47PM


    I have hardly heard of landlords and Mullahs being synonymous

    Or common. Most mullahs are from the majority poor.


  • faraz
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:48PM


    Bhutto’s land reforms were not as thorough as proposed by liberals. But it started a process. But mullahs declared it un-Islamic, subjecting millions of peasants to life of slavery. most business and traders support conservative PML, JI. Mullahs are part of the elite and protectors of status quo. They made billions during Afghan jihad; MMA enjoyed US aid for 5 years. They have immense coercive power; even army is helpless against him. Your outrage against a handful of liberal commentators is baseless. I am a liberal, not PPP supporter. Recommend

  • Karella
    Jul 8, 2012 - 11:54PM

    Weak or strong arguments are made on facts. Do display yours and I will present mine.
    ‘Over a million Afghans died from this war’ . Please quote an authentic source for a tenth of this figure.
    But do Google civilian deaths during the civil war in Afghanistan post Russian withdrawal (were the warlords did more damage than the Russians during their entire stay), or while the Taliban were taking over. I hear the Taliban killed over 8,000 civilians in Mazar-ai-Sharif alone. But please feel free to contradict me.Recommend

  • Wtf
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:00AM


    I disagree with your revision of history, and see it the other way with established parties (PPP,PML-N) as well as the army meshed together with feudals to form one elite group.

    Religious groups and ‘Mullahs’ rise from the poor/peasant class. This is it.

    PTI on statements offers the best way out of thus mess-out of the war, and a concerted campaign with the judiciary against corruption.

    Even PTI may end up lying too for a chance at the treasury, and providing civilian cover for army

    And Allah knows best


  • faraz
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:03AM


    By mullahs, I mean the top clerics, leaders and organizers of religious parties and jihadi groups. Of course, the foot soldiers are children of poor families. That’s what I said, mullah exploit the poverty of people to attain power. Why did mullahs oppose land reforms if they wanted to help poor? During cold wars, religious parties gave fatwas against labour unions and workers. Isn’t jihadi groups mere exploitation? Why should tens of thousands of Pakistanis die in Afghanistan and Kashmir to achieve defense policy aims after giving spending 50 percent ton defense budget?

    Feudals finance mullahs, and mullahs prevent uneducated youth and peasants from challenging the power of feduals. Religious indoctrination induces fatalism in the poor; mullahs convince them that poverty is their fate ordained by God.


  • Wtf
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:06AM


    I don’t think I am allowed to post up links here, but a simply google search will yield you the same results I used. Actually, way more than a million Afghans have died.

    Secondly, using a comparison of the deaths as a result of the civil war as justification for the current deaths due to this war is pretty sick and twisted.

    Whatever way you want to look at it, I have already explained to you why the supplies are un-Islamic


  • Parvez
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:08AM

    This demonstration is necessary, it allows the letting off of steam. They will shout, make speeches, burn flags, stamp their feet and then get exhausted and go home. The maulana’s will encourage them, play their part that they do so well, get into their Land Cruisers and go home as well, to await their next assignment.


  • faraz
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:08AM


    PPP gets votes in interior Sindh. Does this mean, PPP is made up of peasants? Same goes for mullahs. Mullahs are part of the elite. Foot soldiers are poor people, just like poor PPP voters. Army also rises from middle class, so did MQM; are they not the elite?


  • Wtf
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:14AM


    Respectfully disagree with you, and hope for the best for peace


  • bhoja air wala
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:32AM

    Now, there is no benifit to fight, either go with DPC or come out openly agaist them.


  • abdul karim
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:39AM

    tell those mullas help those people who driving nato truck’s,r/they gonna pay them from there pocket,how much tax those people pay last 20 years.we r/murccey of those mob’s and r/leaders r/hostage .if goverment can not bring law in order in the country then should not be allow in the president seat,if they can not do there job then out the them out.


  • Karella
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:50AM

    ‘way more than a million Afghans have died’. Yes they did, during the afghan civil war between 1989 and 1995, where the warlords killed each other plus all civilians that got in the way. But can you please quote figures from the current war, which have killed the figure you are claiming.
    I have been to Afghanistan and can vouch for this. Have you?
    ‘I have already explained to you why the supplies are un-Islamic’ .. Hmm… No you haven’t…can you quote line and verse ..? NATO Supplies Un-Islamic.. News to me.
    My point is, even if you disagree with the Nato supplies, Pakistan is the least of the contributors to this war. And if other more ‘Pious’ Muslim countries including Saudi Arabia, Turkey (Turkey actually has forces there) don’t have an issue, please focus on our own problems.Recommend

  • White Russian
    Jul 9, 2012 - 12:58AM

    After having Afia Sidiki released through agitations, they would now stop NATO supplies. First tell us about your past such adventures!Recommend

  • Wonderful
    Jul 9, 2012 - 1:14AM

    @Parvez:I nominate you for the best comment of this article.


    Jul 9, 2012 - 1:23AM

    Don’t say MULLAH ! It’s a very bad and harsh word after all we are muslims. Un-fortunately there are no strong hold of oppositions in the parliament. DPC is the voice of people of Pakistan.


  • Wonderful
    Jul 9, 2012 - 1:26AM

    @Wtf: Supplies are un-Islamic. So the bombs that Pakistan makes have intelligence that recognizes only who are against Pakistan. Can I have a Sole Agency of these bombs for my country.


  • saleem
    Jul 9, 2012 - 1:51AM

    1 send the DFC to oblivion
    2 they should continue walking to Kabul and never return


  • Wtf
    Jul 9, 2012 - 7:56AM


    You can’t vouch for anything .


  • Wtf
    Jul 9, 2012 - 8:02AM


    You are 100 percent right , Pakistan needs to stay out of this conflict by stopping this arrangement if supply

    Agree with that? Otherwise, Pakistan will break along ethnic lines


  • Zalmai
    Jul 9, 2012 - 6:17PM


    Please don’t be an advocate for Afghans and stop spreading inaccurate information about the number of people killed in Afghanistan. The Taliban, our so called Muslim brothers, which was created tortured and killed more people in the 90s and continue to do so. Thank God US/NATO are in Afghanistan to check these alien sponsored men. Recommend

  • Wtf
    Jul 10, 2012 - 12:28AM


    Pakistan has had losses with over 40000 civilians killed, thousands of security forces dead, and radicalization all around.

    It is not Pakistans national interest or business to have supply

    My numbers are 100 percent solid , cited by

    Sources are from REAL Afghans unlike you


  • Wtf
    Jul 10, 2012 - 12:30AM


    Please don’t ever speak for Afghanistan.

    Let people at do that.

    These are REAL Afghans


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