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"pakistan government" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Christian mother Asia BB continues to remain in Pakistan despite open threats against her life from Islam radicals who are desperate to quote, finish the job and execute the harmless mother of two despite the fact that she was acquitted by the supreme court on bogus charges of blasphemy. This is the opening paragraph from will mall Asia Bibi's life still in grave danger. As she desperately seeks asylum in the west from faith, wire dot com will welcome to the program. Are you there will I'm here? Yeah. Yes. I'm gravely concerned about this. And what it says about the United Kingdom? I wanted to get your perspective, but first Philly audience and just a little bit on on on who she is. BBC's fifty three year old Pakistani Christian woman who about ten years ago in two thousand nine was was convicted on charges of blasphemy. And that was basically as a result of getting into argument with a group of women while she was on the women accused of drinking from the same top says then I said because you're a Christian rethink your unclean. This is offensive and she then allegedly responded. Well, Jesus Christ dot my sins and motor the prophet. Muhammad do for you since now been pretty to actually be wrong. She didn't say how to but at the time that was where they claimed on a big, you know, she got mobbed house arrested tried and then convicted in two thousand ten slash tell. Let me just make a comment here. If your God can't handle some earthlings saying well Jesus Christ died for my sins. What is your God done for you? If he can't handle that your God ain't powerful enough. If he does you to kill others for saying things like that. It's it's just outrageous that in this time when we are rehashing the past that we have an actual. Hey, whites only Muslims only water fountain dispute and blasphemy and nobody on the left seems to even care. Yeah. Right. Right. And then, of course, ten years later, she's in prison and ten years later, this this case for the supreme court in Pakistan and everyone's gonna holding their breath because we think there's just no way they're gonna roll another favor. And then they may this ruling just last month thirty past saying that you know, the to the sisters Syracuse. No regard for. Truth. And they basically they threw it out completely and declared her innocence. They said it was crazy. They said they said it was not it was nothing short of concoction and calling it. Completely made up and got a free Kosan that spot huge must've uproar in Pakistan amongst the radicals who announce still still campaigning for it to be executed, and it's not a small group of radicals is a major at least the video seem to be major movements in the streets. Yeah. Huge huge crowds a couple of weeks ago towards the end of the week. It was it was getting ridiculous. I mean, three or four thousand strong crowds in the streets demanding or at least Amata an appeal against the ruling on initially the prime minister of Marin county, he seemed like he was going to stay strong. Yeah. He made he made a public address to the country where he basically said, we won't be, you know, we won't be cowed by these these clerics we're going to uphold the rule of law, and this is the final rolling. And then of course, a few days later entered into talks with the Claritin and the political parties. And at agreed some things which were pretty disturbing. So now she wants to come to the United Kingdom and over the weekend. The United Kingdom. In the biggest act of cowardice I have ever seen from Great Britain. And something that is gravely disturbing. In a nutshell. Tell me if I, you know, I don't speak the queen's English, but I do I'm an alcoholic. So I do speak bullcrap. And if I mean, if I may translate the queen's English out of bullcrap into regular, people, speak what they said was we're afraid of our of our Islam assist communities. We're afraid they're going to rise up, and we don't feel comfortable taking you in so go find some other place to ask for help. Yeah. Yeah. That was the the head of the British Pakistani Christian association. I was exactly what he and he's he's been campaigning for about ten to the entire time. The sheep imprisoning. He's been campaigning for release and now says understanding through get in touch with them peas and actually putting the case to them and saying why are we know immediately offering asylum was the government is just worried about the security concerns. Notoriety knows quite well, it means, but like you said that might be attacks on embassies. No. So it's very vague. And actually, I mean, I've actually just just from a couple of members in parliament on this, and they're all guys vouching for asylum just had from a and b doesn't sway and they just told me just written to the prime minister with his colleagues asking to be given asylum. So they're MP so doing this is just a case of trying to grasp why the UK is holding back on really there is in my mind. There's no reason why we should bear to accept. Unless you think that the United States the United Kingdom, you know, is is his not under the influence now of Islam assist. I mean, I to me this screams cowardice and it screams. We're on our last leg here, if you are afraid of a group of people, and what they're gonna do to the streets of Great Britain. Or what might happen to your embassies? You are not a world power. In fact, you're not a power at all. Yeah. And I mean, we we're seeing particularly today would say more and more people come out, and that she advocate. I mean Boris Johnson. The fullness foreign secretary today. There's absolutely no reason why we should you know, we've got we've got more responsibility. In absolute responsibility of the British government does too. To offer them. Really identity. See why I can't see personally why there's any reason why we shouldn't be. The home office doesn't doesn't comment on individual cases, which is for straightening? And then the various news outlets in the K or reporting that the government has said things like we welcome their short of the Pakistan government does. You know, he's keeping us safe. And things, of course, as you is being held in Islam about under God in an undisclosed location, so sensitive saying, well, we we trust the Pakistani. Authorities to keep us safe until something can be organized. The problem with is the moment. Moment. That's the Pakistani government is saying, well, we want to stop any appeals lodged that could that could that could appeal sentencing and even overturn it. So that was one of the criteria that the deal they did with the. It's it's difficult. It's. There's nothing really else other than MP's writing to the prime minister, which doesn't sway just told me. He's he's done that you have just said from a year opinion member of parliament, as well, he told me that is it moral that Britain will allow thousands of illegal economic migrants to come into a country pretending to be refugees in need of asylum. Then Baugh as a young woman in the most terrible mob death because she's a believing Christian if as the kind of claim asylum in Britain number must ask itself. What? So this country. We have become this is it's it's you know, what he's absolutely right, and this this will be remembered in history. This is a very big moment for the United Kingdom, and it it signals. I think to those of us who stand in America. That, you know, our our ally is weaker than we ever thought. I mean, this is this is this is pre World War Two kind of stuff that that is happening here, and if you're afraid of your own population. Boy, that's that's real trouble. Can you tell me also what's happening with the Scotland Yard just started an investigation and the labor party because of anti-semitism because it's getting so bad there now as well. Can you tell me anything about the labor party in what's happening on that? Yeah. There is it's a it's a deepening investigation was it was I think spots by Jeremy Corbyn, the labor party leaders. Attendance at a group in a car with the name of the top of my head. But it was a group which is heavily so tainted with the anti semitic message. And he went to go and greet them and spend spend a few hours with them. And so I think from that point forward than it wasn't. It wasn't immediately condemned the labor party didn't immediately distanced itself from well. Let's see they comedy distance themselves from that party leader, Jeremy Corbyn in particular, I didn't distance himself from the meeting and then condemn it entirely. So I think from that point forward the. It's yard have looked to to widen their investigation into that. But of course, I still ongoing and they remained quite quiet on what they found thus far. It is amazing to to see what's what's happening there, especially with, you know, the the people who are in Brexit. They're being called all kinds of names. And then labour party's not for breakfast, BreX Brexit, are they? Very much. I know. And then you see this this going on. Will thank you very much. And we just keep us up to speed and feel free please to reach out. And and bring us updates on on what's happening. I'm I'm fascinated by this, and it's not getting very much coverage here in the United States. Okay. Thank you so much. Thank you. Bye. From.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on Material

Material

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on Material

"Under the tree for yourself. Yes, I do this often. That's. I live, I love alone. So that's that. That would seem a little bit too poignant. I'll be crews to, you know, I know. Time, but it's want to quickly touch on the the YouTube outage that hit shut down here doing all about Andrew yesterday. Chat room was filled with people going, hey streams down what's going on. Oh, to that, everybody this, this whole World War three starts with under under money. India was totally thinking, oh my God, Andy, I was just like I was pleased God to let the speed like don't let something be happening while we're in here doing this right now because like like, oh my God. See I went there. I was. As usual though I couldn't get access to YouTube, but I soon that my apple TV was screwing up so I didn't think I didn't think twice about it. But a lot of people were tooth tooth, two thirds of the world internet where concerned because they couldn't access YouTube. The Asia was the had. The greatest impact was down for two whole hours and you will never guess what happened. It is such it is such a twenty eighteen thing. So Pakistan, they Pakistan telecommunication authority. They were apparently there is a a new film coming out that has a new trailer that can be interpreted as being anti Muslim, and they decided, well, we're going to censor YouTube for Pakistan. So Noda in Pakistan can see this horrible, horrible YouTube video, YouTube trailer. And so they, they were basically ordering seventy Pakistani. I s Ps to block access to YouTube, and so what they, what they did was they basically were they were they decided to do this by changing the routing table for the internet in Pakistan, so that anytime someone in Pakistan going through one of these Pakistani ISP's tried to visit YouTube, it would just basically go into a dead end and basically go into nether space, so you wouldn't be able to access anything. Unfortunately, here's what they may to mistakes accidentally sent that that routing table to their upstream provider of international connection, the internet, and then that upstream. That upstream data carrier PCCW limited of Hong Kong, then simply accepted that and just sorta rubber-stamped it as okay, here's the new routing for YouTube essentially, what the what happened was so this this, this Hong Kong, talk data carrier essentially told the tire internet that the fastest route to YouTube was to use this translate this this table, which of course was sending all requests for YouTube into neither space, and that's a because of stupid censorship. That's how that's how this whole thing started, but the on the ca- somebody wanted to censor something and see but the but the doubles, the double horrible thing is that. Normally you would think, well, I hope that we'll hope whenever software bug allowed this to happen has been sealed off or while I can't believe that that Pakistan like inserted this piece of malware at, no, this is just how the internet works. If these were couple of human mistakes that were made that if you just simply the reason why all you request a YouTube go to the right place is because there is a routing table somewhere that tells the internet where to go if you wanna fast YouTube connection. And because somebody in very, very high position of authority, of course, but nonetheless, an individual was able to simply rubber-stamp. Oh, okay. Make sense to me. Yeah, that means a two-thirds of the world was not able to access one of the most important, not just places for funny cat videos and fail videos, but also like dissidents get stories out and important important. Let's just can we say that a. Source that's so important that an entire country Pakistan government decided that it was too dangerous, let it citizens have access to it..

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"pakistan government" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Reports imran our on former it to congressional democrats pleaded guilty tuesday that was last week to federal bank fraud in a plea deal federal bank front now that's not that he's going to going to walk just walk out of the courtroom federal bank fraud you can get some serious time on that but that is not the issue at hand yeah it was federal bank fraud he was he was the procuring equipment selling it making money but he was also procuring data selling it and making money or working for the pakistan government or whatever islamic state no exaggeration so this it aid plead guilty to this a pleaded guilty has pleaded guilty or pled guilty anyway through federal bank fraud prosecutors say that they uncovered evidence that i want violated federal law through respect to the house computer systems we have been on this story since day one on this radio program since day one since this broke and tenaciously so because this is you we don't know what he took he this guy was into every computer in every democrat office pretty much everyone in the capital what national security military defense depar people sit on committees for everything from well nuclear weapons strategic planning possibly for something we're going to do against islamic state or even pakistan counterstrategy would have paxton texts india or somebody else you get the point all his stuff is sitting there on computers this clown had hundred percent access and he had access because.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Of easier said than done if pakistan's government decided one day it actually wanted to do something serious about islamist militant groups operating from its territory couldn't do it well that's really good question you know they did that once in two thousand seven the chinese chinese people were at work because we're abducted by islamist militants the chinese party pakistan into attacking what was the embryonic pakistani taliban what happened you had enormous bloodshed a huge backlash fat would happen again lashkaritaiba thanks to the permissiveness of the pakistani state is mini hezbollah is very heavily armed it's called a territory so i think the key is we don't expect them to sweep up these people in a week it's a long hard slog what we expect is them not be given national newspaper columns and being allowed to profess their violence on television moving along slightly than one country which is still speaking to pakistan is its neighbor on the other side of the durand blind afghanistan the two countries have agreed something called the f dan practice of ghanistan sorry pakistan action plan full peace and solidarity to be known by the catchy acronym apps which is new mexico honda frankly it provides for joint cooperation against mutual security threats and the establishment of a mechanism for resolving disputes more sophisticated than the current method of calling each other names and blaming each other for everything in public mary how i mean how big a deal is this obviously that relationship between those two countries has been let's call rickety i think rickety is is is is a good word for it this is a this count be a bad thing kind of well exactly it can't be a bad thing and you think well how long has it taken to negotiate this and this there's an awful lot about it that sort of lowest common denominator stuff i mean you can't say that this is the this is going to make a revolutionary change in relations and the the further question is whether it will make any change at all you know it's nice to have it though it probably.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on WGTK

"In the forties in one thousand nine hundred forty eight so in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven pakistan and india they both after the british left these two became independent countries and the people who are secular people wanted were given the option whether they wanted to join pakistan because pakistan again was created on the basis of religion they said that they didn't want to be a part of india because they wanted to have separate muslim state so they became an independent state in india who separate so we were given the option of joining either or becoming independent now people decided to go for independence and nine months later pakistani troops invaded stunt capital and took over and since then the military operations over the past seven decades against the people obviously the idea is to get more people to understand where it is what's happened as you just described the the history and what is it known for right it's known for oil gas mineral wealth right that's primarily the reason why plex an occupied territory it's forty four percent by landmass so it's also the most richest in natural resources it has the lowest population so if we were an independent state we we would be quite rid of big because we don't have a huge population but buxton's population is like the most populous province is two hundred million does one hundred and ten billion so the total population is two hundred million and one province comprises one hundred ten million and where only ten million in comparison so all our natural resources are still low enough for them we've got oil we've got the largest copper reserves in the world and one of the largest gold reserves in the world natural gas and also port which china is seeking to gain access to the indian ocean so they're conducting a porch with the help of the palestinian authorities while we're speaking with jordan mangle he is a political activists human rights defender and spokesperson for the world book below in organization and he's exiled actually speaking to us in london to the uk because what is the fear that you'd be killed right by the pakistan government the government does not want this issue to be spoken about it which is why no one knows.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The predicts but if you're the president and that's a very good thing where just dealing with a threat that is as imminent as pyongyang's so the trust of the the president knows what he's doing but it's not only him and his twitter feed uh the asia team at the nfc is one of the strongest teams the mashru council agency like i know the head of the personally one of the best possible teams that we have sight federal government well this is terrific i wanna move uh a little bits um west to pakistan what do you think it is happening with with pakistan do you think that the president's threats to de fund them and so on and so forth uh we'll we'll have some result i have to say when he does things like this i cheer i am so thrilled to see this kind of thing but what what what is your view if up to pakistan right now this is this is a country that has profited from our lots asked to the tune of billions symphony levin with very little to show for the stability of the region and the actual uh cooperation we require from them to fight the jihadis in their own countries and the jihadis just across the border in afghanistan we know the isis culpability the uh interservices intelligence service in pakistan in terms of their support for for three hottest move with we know the fact that just focus on one bit louder the offic two architect of september the eleventh was hiding fleet is one and a half miles away from the tackiest on the equivalent of west point there is no way on golf uh that that happened without the knowledge of people is inside the pakistan government that's why the eight has to stop until we see behavior modification coming out of his love about yeah so it's it's it's funny because the the new york times uh and and other similar outlets ring their hands and perspire publicly every day over this kind of thing uh it's just fascinating to me i mean even today in today's new york times i can't remember what it was but they were wringing their hands uh over oh i'm sorry it was the e over iran and the president's respond there was no matter what he does they so doubts uh you know and and.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"President who is a businessman who said but he said this during his campaign make america first in other words why are we suckers 'cause that's what we really are i'm giving you money and i'm expecting to you to give me something other than lies deceit harboring terrorists in re in in exchange for that that's the part of the contract that i want that i am not getting the benefit of my bargain so what the president does he says okay no more money i'm not giving any more money until you come to the peace table until you stop funding terrorists what is so difficult to understand about a president who makes that kind of a business decision perry do you think that approach and let's talk about what how will you approach that some of the president's doing this very directly he's hitting a hundred and fifty million people and social media around the world the palestinian authority's on notice the pakistan government is on notice how do you directly impact this in your view well i think what the president is doing is absolutely correct here's placing direct pressure on the palestinians and the pakistanis but both countries have been allied with or directly or indirectly supported terrorism in the past in addition with respect to the palestinian authority they have supported international bds efforts as well as other efforts designed to de legitimize israel which is a us ally it's a beacon of hope and peace in the middle east and essentially the palestinians are attempting to undermine that country and they are claiming in response to what the president has done that the president is engaged in political extortion or blackmail well the reality on the ground i own is how ma is engaged in political extortion they demand the destruction of israel as the price for peace that is blackmail here that is extortion and that's a nonstarter the presence also look he's gonna make the israelis negotiate to this is going to be a figo oshii asian process and we what thing we know about this president he understands the the art of the deal i understand the negotiations the question i have been in washington is does the leadership in washington have the stomach to take a where i would consider the right move here which is.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Is that money for do you even know am is it the right tactic by the president to say look we might still support you but we gotta noble or supporting our i think being on us in china kaffir every single dollar is importance and we do have a pretty good understanding of that but the calculus has changed and i spent two years in pakistan so this country i know very well at the beginning right after nine eleven pakistan was with us i'm there are a bit more young men in the pakistani military die in the global war on terror as il alongside americans right and sold the we we we you the first person who told me that it's been legs that remember this is a this is now an eight a seventeen year a seventeen year relationships and so at the beginning of the relationship things were going well now it's it there's some questions you know whether you know they need to stop the economy network which is a brancheau taleban that's operating out of pakistan rosenello in quetta which is a the pro the capital of the province of baluchistan wearing worrying the taleban is based and operated the pakistanis are not doing enough to stop that from happening the pakistan government has to realise that it is better support us and is better support the government afghanistan that in his support the taleban and they also have to realise that this tension that has always existed between india and pakistan which they view every move through that the indians are trying to grow their their government their country their economy and they're not concern with the pakistanis and the pakistanis have to realise that they cannot that needs to get back to where the cooperation was at the beginning.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on KTRH

"That escalating tensions no that just being honest about the situation explaining that the old way of doing business where america was not put first is no longer going to be allowed that's it the old way of doing business is no longer going to be acceptable the old way of doing business where you got the best of us time after time after time we were no longer going to allow that to happen we're not going to send you a bunch of money and allow you to abuses were just not going to do it now there are people that have said ban this is antagonizing and they shouldn't happen because you're antagonizing pakistan pakistan has been harboring terrorists who have been killing americans while we've been giving them money as a taxpayer i don't like that deal and that's what the president was saying this is a bad deal you've been getting a good deal from your perspective four years this is a bad deal for us and so now we are going to change the deal you wanna american money you want two hundred million three hundred million dollars a year we're willing to talk we're willing to have that conversation we're willing to give you aid if you need the aid but let's also be clear we are not going to give it to you without you putting america first and there are people that are mad about this donald trump accused pakistan of lying and deceiving the us despite receiving billions and foreign aid he's right to do that the pakistan government said earlier today that recent comments from us leaders were completely incomprehensible and could damage the trust between the countries how do you have trustworthy country that when you're sharing intelligence with them they might give it to the bad guys or they might help you out you just don't know pakistan gives us intelligence many times the intelligence is about terrorists that they're tired of dealing with and their country or that they don't like anymore or that they don't want to deal with anymore that's reality that's what the that's just.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on KTRH

"That escalating tensions no that just being honest about the situation explaining that the old way of doing business where america was not put first is no longer going to be allowed that's it the old way of doing business is no longer going to be acceptable the old way of doing business where you got the best of us time after time after time we were no longer going to allow that to happen we're not going to send you a bunch of money and allow you to abuses were just not going to do it now there are people that have said ban this is antagonizing and they shouldn't happen because you're antagonizing pakistan pakistan has been harboring terrorists who have been killing americans while we've been giving them money as a taxpayer i don't like that deal and that's what the president was saying this is a bad deal you've been getting a good deal from your perspective four years this is a bad deal for us and so now we are going to change the deal you wanna american money you want two hundred million three hundred million dollars a year we're willing to talk we're willing to have that conversation we're willing to give you aid if you need the aid but let's also be clear we are not going to give it to you without you putting america first and there are people that are mad about this donald trump accused pakistan of lying and deceiving the us despite receiving billions and foreign aid he's right to do that the pakistan government said earlier today that recent comments from us leaders were completely incomprehensible and could damage the trust between the countries how do you have trustworthy country that when you're sharing intelligence with them they might give it to the bad guys or they might help you out you just don't know pakistan gives us intelligence many times the intelligence is about terrorists that they're tired of dealing with and their country or that they don't like anymore or that they don't want to deal with anymore that's reality that's what the that's just.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on KTRH

"That escalating tensions no that just being honest about the situation explaining that the old way of doing business where america was not put first is no longer going to be allowed that's it the old way of doing business is no longer going to be acceptable the old way of doing business where you got the best of us time after time after time we were no longer going to allow that to happen we're not going to send you a bunch of money and allow you to abuses were just not going to do it now there are people that have said ban this is antagonizing and they shouldn't happen because you're antagonizing pakistan pakistan has been harboring terrorists who have been killing americans while we've been giving them money as a taxpayer i don't like that deal and that's what the president was saying this is a bad deal you've been getting a good deal from your perspective four years this is a bad deal for us and so now we are going to change the deal you wanna american money you want two hundred million three hundred million dollars a year we're willing to talk we're willing to have that conversation we're willing to give you aid if you need the aid but let's also be clear we are not going to give it to you without you putting america first and there are people that are mad about this donald trump accused pakistan of lying and deceiving the us despite receiving billions and foreign aid he's right to do that the pakistan government said earlier today that recent comments from us leaders were completely incomprehensible and could damage the trust between the countries how do you have trustworthy country that when you're sharing intelligence with them they might give it to the bad guys or they might help you out you just don't know pakistan gives us intelligence many times the intelligence is about terrorists that they're tired of dealing with and their country or that they don't like anymore or that they don't want to deal with anymore that's reality that's what the that's just.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That escalating tensions no that's just being honest about the situation explaining that the old way of doing business where america was not put first is no longer going to be allowed that's it the old way of doing business is no longer going to be acceptable the old way of doing business where you got the best of us time after time after time we were no longer going to allow that to happen we're not going to send you a bunch of money and allow you to abuses were just not going to do it now there are people that have said van this isn't tagan izing and they shouldn't happen because you're antagonizing pakistan pakistan has been harboring terrorists have been killing americans while we've been giving them money as a taxpayer i don't like that deal and that's what the president was saying this is a bad deal you've been getting a good deal from your perspective four years this is a bad deal for us and so now we are going to change the deal you want american money you want two hundred million three hundred million dollars a year we're willing to talk we're willing to have that conversation we're willing to give you aid if you need the aid but let's also be clear we are not going to give it to you without you putting america first and there are people that are mad about this donald trump accused pakistan of lying and deceiving the us despite receiving billions and foreign aid he's right to do that the pakistan government said earlier today that recent comments from us leaders were completely incomprehensible and could damage of trust between the countries how do you have trustworthy country that when you're sharing intelligence with them they might give it to the bad guys or they might help you out you just don't know pakistan gives us intelligence many times the intelligence is about terrorists that they're tired of dealing with in their country or that they don't like any more or that they don't want to deal with any more that's reality that's what i that's just.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Thank you very much to vicepresident pence for that wonderful introduction and for the great job you do and i wanna thank secretary augusta secretary mnuchin acting secretary horrigan and administrator mcmahon for joining us today we're all gathered together for something i believe that going to be very very powerful for a nation and very good for a lot of people but before i begin i have a important update yesterday the united states government working with the government of pakistan secured the release of caitlyn coleman joshua boyle and their three children from catch captivity from the economy network a terrorist organization with ties to the taliban the pakistani government's cooperation is a sign that it is honoring america's wish that ah do more to provide security in the region and i want to thank the pakistan government on the thanked pakistan they uh they were very hard on this and i believe this starting to respect the united states again it's very important i think a lot of right now a lot of countries are starting to respect the united states of america once again we hope to see this type of cooperation and teamwork in helping secure the release of remaining hostages an and our future joint counterterrorism operations so with that i want to begin by saying it's my pleasure to welcome so many great small business and association leaders to the white house as we prepare to make this truly.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on WTMA

"Things that the president said tonight is and i'm i'm glad to hear him say it i i it to be honest with you i think average commonsense american would've a soon we've been doing us all on but we're going to stir pressuring pakistan the idea that the taliban can sort of go in and out and and and that and that the hottest or harboured and in some way some very real ways enabled and intact multiplied uh they're they're force effectiveness by by pakistan where we yeah even if let's let's add we we'll get to all of your calls by the way but even if we in fact persuaded the pakistan government okay we've got to do this which i seriously doubt they could do right even if we did persuaded to do this i am not sure that the pakistani government could stay in power and do this are just a lot of people in pakistan who are very reluctantly being dragged into this whole war on terror uh some of the security services of pakistan in particular are rife with his lobbyists and i'm not sure that the pakistani government that actually did what would be demanded of them could stay in power well the pakistani government you're absolutely right i mean that's a talking about a razor's edge on the one hand you know they the idea of an islamist state uh nuclear a islamists state really don't need to say anything more than ad i know exactly and that that is the alternative and so the generals as corrupt and as bad as they are giving tacit support to the islamists that that beats the daylights out of an open outward alqaeda or i i suppose government in a nuclear nuclearstate i mean that that some pretty scary yellow take a a one more call of the peter border we'll we'll be leaving but we'll continue our conversation so uh will love to hear your your thoughts at one eight six six five oh jimbo this is james at saint augustine florida hello james hello jim uh thank you for taking my call it's always a pleasure thank you have a question era i loved the president's speech tonight we're going to go in with a different approach as you indicated before afghanistan used tippytoe ride basket that whole region what they have been more interested in.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on PRI's The World

"My colleague of the bbc sikanda kirmani is there pakistan correspondent uh that was a pretty clear shot of the pakistan government from mr trump there last night how's it going down in pockets don what have you heard as the official response with as been a statement released by the bucks sunny foreign office which is rather vague and just talked about pakistan's desire to see a peace in afghanistan a there was a press conference given yesterday by the pakistani military spokesperson some might see it as a kind of a prophylactic attempt to trying to undermine the criticism that to the buck a stunning authorities may have suspected they were going to come in full from president trump and in that press conference as spokesperson said very clearly that buck is on does not differentiate between different terrorist groups it does not support militant groups it does not harbour any safe havens for different militant groups there's been a quite a bit of anger as well in buckets on today and in some quarters because a large number of buckets thorny security forces in a large number of bucks lemme civilians have died fighting against extremist groups of various kinds in pakistan over the lost fifteen sixteen seventeen years really however the allegation that made against pakistan is is that the buck is sunny state goes off data and fights against some terrorists which are opposed to the bucket sunny state but that they back other militant groups like the taliban in afghanistan because they use them as a proxy for their interests in the region.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

WXAV 88.3 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

"Pashto your family helped start the school in pakistan for local pakistani children and four afghani refugee children who otherwise wouldn't maybe have any kind of formal education which is say a little bit about the educational system impact stan pakistan the education system is different from here and the literacy rate is still it has improved over the last two decades but there is still a lot of room for improvement and basically would we are trying to do is and this this is part of just our goal in life is to do something in addition to what we are doing as part of our vocation is to me be because pakistan government cannot reach all children plus i'm sure the listeners might not nor would we have a pretty big populations about one hundred twenty million people so it's sad pakistan is a poor countries where it doesn't have all the resources to each all in every child so basically would we are doing is trying to try and do something on our own and as we cannot absolve are sent from the responsibility to do something in down you know it's a group of friends and we have come up with this idea to help the children who cannot read some of the public schools which the big cities have you know public schools but these children are partly going to work during some of the part of the day and then trying to go to school so we are trying to bring the schools to these areas which are under served and they have a lot of people who are still living in refugee camps and some of the poor people who don't don't have the access like we know in terms of transportation or money to go to the public schools in pakistan so we are trying to this is a very small effort but small is beautiful in it is.

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"pakistan government" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"pakistan government" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Woman support for underage marriage having herself in married at fourteen she also ask for her thoughts on other topics like her relationship with her husband and attitudes towards other women the pakistan government has banned terek eat taleban which is responsible for attacks on military targets and civilians in any activity associated with it now while the magazine appears to promote women's place within the movement the taliban has documented a record of assault on women's rights while ruling afghanistan from ninety six to the end of two thousand one but it was toppled by the united states back troops to the taliban closed down girls schools and made it all but impossible for women to work outside the home under taliban lov women were forced to cover their body from head to toe in burqas and punished for breaking the rules strict codes of behaviors but both as militant groups fighting to oust the united states back government in kabul as well as targetting military personnel and civilians in neighboring pakistan the taliban has claimed attacks on girls who in october two thousand twelve members tried to assassinate pakistani schoolgirl of education advocate malala yousafzai curry who went on to become the youngest ever nobel prize laureate but in recent years some members have attempted to modify the group's image on social issues including women and girls issues new yorkbased security and now's the sperm flashpoint intel said the publication boots cover appears to show a woman with her back towards the reader revealing the solar foot if she walks was most likely aimed at driving of recruitment the fact that the publication is in english also it was no surprise to experts isis has also published in english using high resolution graphics in the past in pakistan and in afghanistan specifically it has been circulated through a messaging app called what's at a van veered onto a promenade and barreled down a busy walkway in central barcelona yesterday swerving back and forth as it mowed down pedestrians and turned a picturesque tourist this the nation's into a bloody killings zone thirteen people were killed and one.

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