Editor's Note: Rob Kall wrote Mr. Khurshid, asking for a write up on this news item: Pakistan warns west: we cannot fight al-Qaida if crisis escalates. Intelligence officials say 100,000 troops will be taken from duties on Afghan border if India begins 'unwanted conflict.' It seems to me that if Al quaeda wanted to take the pressure that has building, from the US, on Taliban and Al Qaeda activities in the border regions of Pakistan, then this would be a great way to do it-- to build hostilites between India and Pakistan so Pakistan takes away troops. This is Mr. Khurshid's response, providing an update on his situation:
Dear Rob Kall,
I hope you and your children will be okay. I am sorry for being late in the reply, but nowadays some officials within the Pakistani government have been teasing me. They are creating problem for me. They almost made it impossible for to make access to internet.
Dear Sir, your observation is absolutely correct. Al-qaeda has been trying to divert the world and people of Pakistan's attention to the eastern border. Actually nowadays terrorists have been feeling some heat. But I want to bring in your kind notice that some officials with the Pakistani administration have still been supporting terrorists. Terrorists are within the system of Pakistan government.
I am also being victimised. They have ruined me financially. They continue to create problems for me. If you want that I may write on this topic I am ready to do it. Within a day or two I shall write the article.
Dear Sir, I am needing your support and prayers. Please request to all the members of the OpEdnews.com to pray for me and my family as I am still in difficult situation.
Again thank you very much for your kindness and love.