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The trouble with Pakistan - they don't follow instructions

No sooner did Al Jazeera release an anniversary edition of the so-called 7/7 bomber than Pakistan officially denied any and every link not only to him but to anyone involved in the bombing.
Pakistan has denied any links with people involved in last year's London suicide bombings.

Information Minister Muhammad Ali Durrani dispelled the impression that a video tape of a suicide bomber, Tanveer Shehzad, might have been prepared in Pakistan.

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He said those who have evidences to link Pakistan with the July 7 London suicide bombers should provide these to the government.
Hear, hear! Put up, or shut up.
He said Pakistan will fully cooperate in the ongoing investigation.

Three alleged bombers were stated to be British-born Pakistanis.

Some 52 people were killed in the blasts.

British investigators have been saying that Tanveer Shehzad had visited Pakistan before the bombings and had studied in a religious seminary.

But the Pakistani information minister said the government had not found any proof to substantiate the accusation that Tanveer Shehzad had studied in a Pakistani madrassa.

‘That's the trouble with them Aye-rabs ---- What? people from Pakistan aren't Aye-rabs? well, whatever - they don't follow instructions!’

He said all the bombers were British citizens of Pakistani origin.

They were born, grew up and studied in Britain, Durrani said.
And I'll bet you anything - they're the biggest victims of them all. They were not only killed - they were blamed.


At Saturday, July 08, 2006, Anonymous romunov said...

From the evidence I saw, it does look like there were juste pattsies.

At Monday, July 10, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go to the site j7truth.blogspot.com/ to see the research into the 7/7 attacks.

Methinks Patsies, also


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