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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Pakistanis Capture U.S. Informants

 Illustrations released by the Department of Defense (DoD) at the Pentagon is the site of a building floor plan of U.S. military special operations that killed Osama Bin Laden, on Monday (02/05/2011).

Pakistan is furious because the United States could not be told about the attack to Osama bin Laden's hideout. In fact, the place, Abottabad, located within the territorial sovereignty of Pakistan.Impressed retaliation, Pakistan through Pakistan's intelligence agency (ISI) arrested five people suspected of being informants American intelligence agency (CIA). The five people are thought to help attack the United States (U.S.).
One of the detained person that rents the ISI is home to the CIA to monitor bin Laden safe house in Abottabad. However, as the AP and AFP news on Wednesday (06/15/2011), until recently the ISI has not officially made a statement about the news of the arrest.

Some time after Osama bin Laden was killed May 2 ago, witnesses said Pakistani security forces arrested at least four of its citizens. Two other men arrested in Abottabad or near the city which is about 60 kilometers from Islamabad that.

An American official told The New York Times said, one of those detained was a major Pakistani army. Pakistan's military members noted the license plate number of cars that went to the house hiding Osama in Abottabad, several weeks before the raid.

U.S. Policy raided the home of Osama was leaving the deteriorating bilateral relations. President Barack Obama said, the presence of Osama bin Laden gets a person protection. However, the Government of Pakistan has long denied knowing the presence of Osama in Abottabad.

This statement is reinforced U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who visited Pakistan recently. Hillary claims no strong evidence to suggest that someone at the highest levels of government in Pakistan knew of the existence of Osama Abottabad.

Apart about the raid Abottabad, Government of Pakistan has long been angry over the action unmanned U.S. aircraft at Afghan border. Attack aircraft are often killed civilians in addition to the militant group to target.

In recent years, the U.S. has provided billions of U.S. dollars to Pakistan, mostly used for military assistance.