Skip to comments.Pak says no threat of US attacks to hunt Osama
Posted on 05/29/2006 6:49:30 PM PDT by Perdogg
Islamabad: Dismissing reports that Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was hiding in its northwestern province, Pakistan has said there was no threat of US-led coalition forces launching attacks to hunt the fugitive.
"There is no such threat," Interior Minister Aftab Khan Sherpao told reporters in Peshawar while ruling out the chances of coalition forces resorting to attacks to apprehend Osama.
He said reports that Osama was spotted in Upper Dir in the NWFP province was mere speculation.
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We're going to put guns on this SOB's as$ one of these days - HUMINT, HUMINT, HUMINT!...We need to find that one overly ambitious, aggressive and commanding member of the Pak ISI and or some tribal knuckle-dragger who wants his own kingdom - - Either of those is our best option for delivering that one piece of HUMINT we need (and it'll take them time to discover it as well).
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