Obama: Pakistan threat 'internal'

Obama: Pakistan threat 'internal'
Aljazeera, April 30, 2009

Barack Obama, the US president, has said Pakistan's army has begun to realise that the Taliban pose the biggest threat to the country, rather than India.

Speaking at a news conference in Washington DC on Wednesday, he said: "You're starting to see some recognition ... that the obsession with India as the mortal threat to Pakistan has been misguided.

"Their biggest threat right now comes internally ... and you're starting to see the Pakistani military take much more seriously the armed threat from militant extremists," he said.

"I am gravely concerned about the situation in Pakistan, not because I think they're immediately going to be overrun and the Taliban will take over ... [but] that the civilian government there right now is very fragile."

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Also See:
Obama Says Pakistan’s Government Is ‘Very Fragile - Bloomberg
House requests constraints on Pakistan bill - USA Today
Surrender and Hope - Abira


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