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05/10/2011 11:27 PM ID: 89231 Permalink   

Pakistan Agreed to Allow U.S. Raid Against bin Laden in Secret Deal Struck 10 Years Ago


Serving and retired officials from both countries say the United States and Pakistan arrived at a secret agreement in 2001 that if the U.S. discovered Osama bin Laden hiding in Pakistan, it could conduct a unilateral operation against him.

Under the terms of the agreement, Pakistan would decry the operation publicly, after the fact, but would do nothing to hinder the U.S. hunt for bin Laden. The deal was struck between President Bush and Gen. Pervez Musharraf.

They reached the agreement shortly after bin Laden escaped U.S. forces in Tora Bora. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has stated that Pakistan is reserving its "right to retaliate with full force."

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Is being reported in other countries. Looks like everyone is entitled to their opinion? Heheh..hehehe..heh. :S
  by: id0pa   05/11/2011 02:36 AM     
What does it matter now? He´s dead, ain´t he?

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  by: Lurker     05/11/2011 02:43 AM     
The Guardian is British.
  by: Ben_Reilly     05/11/2011 03:16 AM     
True, but now Pakistan is in the catbird seat. They are going to ask for a lot from the US and China will still be able to offer more. Decisions, decisions.


India, the United States, and the UK are other countries.
  by: id0pa   05/11/2011 03:28 AM     
  Pakistan can retaliate all it wants  
they are doomed if they dare to.
  by: H. W. Hutchins   05/11/2011 09:25 AM     
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