Friday, 24 April 2009

Haver your say about Pakistan

See what BBC is asking and leave your comment there, please let's show the real side of Pakistan.

http://newsforums.bbc.co.uk/nol/thread.jspa?forumID=6377&edition=2&ttl=20090424205212

Does Pakistan pose a global threat?
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said Pakistan poses a "mortal threat" to world security. Do you agree?Mrs Clinton said Pakistan has abdicated power to the Taleban by allowing them to control parts of the country, such as the Swat Valley in north-western Pakistan.Earlier this month Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari signed a law implementing Sharia Law in the Swat Valley region as part of a two-year deal to end the Taleban insurgency.

The area, situated 100km (62 miles) from Islamabad, was formerly one of Pakistan's most popular holiday destinations.

Are Pakistan's actions jeopardising world security? Should nations consider the international impact when resolving disputes within their national boundaries? What pressure can or should the rest of the world bring to bear on Pakistan?


For you people the whole world is a threat, 1st it was Afghanistan, then Iraq then Iran but after getting strong reply you stopped blaming Iran as a threat and at last its Pakistan. America and UK both have to change its policy other wise same gonna happen to both of you which happened with USSR.
Actual threat for the world is poverty, global worming, health problems, economic crises not PAKISTAN
Actual threat for the world is poverty, global worming, health problems, economic crises not PAKISTAN. Get a life BBC ( W. H Pakistan)

I think people should see the other side of Pakistan, isn't just what media shows, ins't just about terrorism. I love Pakistan, I've been there 2 times, and I felt the people very respectful and also is a safe place to live, I felt better there than here in Brazil. The only problem there is the governmant... ( Me)


Do you think it will be an oportunity for Pakistan be attacked? Or just another excuse?

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