Well, with all due respect -- a line ought to be drawn then - isn't it?
Sorry. I lack the ability to predict the future, but I do have a knack for a good "foreboding" or two. I'll take the word of an industry expert in Pakistan over the word of people I dont personally know on this forum.Yes, but again unfortunately, NONE of Pakistanis so endowed or blessed are in leadership positions at the moment, and won't be for the foreseeable future.
As for the first sentence - well who could argue with that?
the U.S. is the one doing all the "caring" -- otherwise we wouldnt be hearing noise and barking over this deal.Let us reverse your proposition: Why should USA care?
I'm very frank with my American friends about this issue; in actuality, few of them even know about the deal's existence.
A "Ron Paul" approach (in other words -- non-interference and indifference) in this regard would be encourageable.
15 of the 19 hijackers on 9/11/2001 were Saudi Arabian nationals; and here I am being told that Iranians are a threat to world peace?
(sorry in advance to our Saudi posters - but this is a fact which can not be overlooked)
Shortly after the attacks and before the FBI had released the pictures of all the hijackers, several reports appeared claiming that some of the men named as hijackers on 9/11 were alive, and were feared to have been victims of identity theft.
Hijackers in the September 11 attacks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In any event it suits Chinese Pakistanis and Iranians for Russians to get more involved in Pakistani infra structure
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