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Hillary Showing Soft Corner For Terrorists

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Denial of justice is the main reason for present chaos in the whole world. The killing of Osama bin Laden has exposed the rulers of whole world. Now this is an established fact that Osama bin Laden has been created and protected by the rulers for a long while innocent people were killed in this mad war on terrorism. US Secretary of States Hillary Clinton, who is on visit to Pakistan, has been making an effort to absolve rulers of Pakistan from all charges. The killing of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad is enough for initiating legal against rulers of Pakistan. But still US rulers have been trying to give a safe passage to the rulers of Pakistan. 

People of tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border will never accept the explanation of rulers of Pakistan. Actually tribesmen have suffered a lot during this war on terrorism. If this is true that no one was aware of Osama bin Laden's presence in a garrison city of Pakistan then who has killed thousands of people. Rulers of Pakistan have still been using terrorism against their own people. This is also a fact that people of tribal areas have been dying of hunger and other related problems, but the rulers have been enjoying their life in big forts of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan.

Clinton said there was no evidence that Pakistani government leaders knew where Osama bin Laden was hiding, following talks in Islamabad a month after he was killed. She said that Pakistani officials had said that "somebody, somewhere" was providing support for Osama bin Laden in Pakistan before he was killed by US forces this month.

She said her visit was "especially important" because Pakistan and the United States "have reached a turning point".

She added that the US needs Pakistan's help in negotiating an end to the fighting in Afghanistan and that "for reconciliation to succeed Pakistan must be part of this process."

According to media reports,  Clinton, the most senior US official to visit Pakistan since US Navy SEALS killed the al Qaeda leader this month, appeared to be trying to smooth over strains, repeating that there was no evidence that any senior Pakistani officials knew bin Laden's whereabouts.

But she also said she had asked President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani as well as Army chief General Ashfaq Kayani to do more to fight militants.

"This was an especially important visit because we have reached a turning point," Clinton told reporters, after meeting the Pakistani officials with US Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen. "We look to Pakistan, to the government of Pakistan to take decisive steps in the days ahead.
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Muhammad Khurshid, a resident of Bajaur Agency, tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border is journalist by profession. He contributes articles and news stories to various online and print newspapers. His subject matter is terrorism. He is also (more...)
 
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