Pakistan: "Billions of U.S. aid to Pakistan diverted"

Pakistan, a black hole. No surprises here:

U.S. generals: Between 2002 and 2008, Pakistan spent only $500 million of $6.6 billion in American aid on fighting jihadists

Perhaps that’s why the offer of $1.5 billion in aid was “peanuts,” and thus offensive: how can you carry out some quality graft with that little to work with?

“Billions of U.S. aid to Pakistan diverted, India concerned,” by Kevin Jess for Digital Journal, October 5 (thanks to Jihad Watch):

Droned: Talibastard meets virgins

A Taliban commander has confirmed the death of the leader of the al Qaeda-linked Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan. Tahir Yuldashev was killed during a US airstrike in late August, an unnamed senior Taliban commander told The News.

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“[It is] true he is dead,” the Taliban leader told the Pakistani newspaper. “Unfortunately he was staying at the same house which was struck by the drone in South Waziristan in August.”  More from Longwarjournal

Al Qaeda second Banana misses buddy, threatens attacks


Al-Qaeda number two threatens to kill more Westerners to avenge Sheikh Ibn al-Sheikh al-Libi’s death.

Ayman al-Zawahiri dedicated his new video message, released Sunday, to Al-Qaeda operative Sheikh Ibn al-Sheikh al-Libi, who died in a Libyan prison earlier this year, according to US-based IntelCenter. ME Online

British Welfare Muslims: “Pay Up and Shut Up!


Daud Abdullah, of the Muslim Council of Britain, accused ministers of trying to get ‘back door’ intelligence from Muslim groups. Photograph: Marwan Naamani/AFP/Getty Images

How dare these filthy kuffars ask us to spy on fellow terrrorists Muslims…

Muslim groups hit out over ‘funding with security strings attached’

From the Guardian of Muslims/thanks to Counter Jihad/ Haroon Siddique

The government is facing a rebellion over its anti-terrorism strategy from Muslim groups that claim public funding to tackle social deprivation has been made contingent on security co-operation.

Leaders of Muslim organisations have told the Guardian that the Prevent Violent Extremism (PVE) initiative is stigmatising Muslims and that much-needed money to tackle widespread social problems is only being granted with strings attached. More>>

One thought on “Pakistan: "Billions of U.S. aid to Pakistan diverted"”

  1. There is a nexus between “widespread [muslim] social problems” and
    “extremism”, or so they tell us – “nothing to do with islam”. Money to
    muslims on the pretext of “tackling extremism” might as well be poured
    down the gurgler, for all the good it does, but it keeps diversity officers
    employed and off the streets.

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