Afghanistan And Pakistan"A Hot Bed"

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With the Pakistan Army offensive move against the Taliban and Al-Qaeda are still in it's early stages and security has been setup throughout the country. Suicide bombers still have been able to hit there targets aimed at the Army 180 people have been killed in October alone, And the latest casualty a Pakistan Brigadier and his driver gunned down in Islamabad, Brigadier Moeenuddin and his driver Asghar there vehicle riddled with bullets the tire's flatten and the windshield shattered.

This comes with Washington holding off on more troop deployment and the possibility of a run off election in the Afghan Government, And a story that broke this morning, (Afghan Opium Fuels Global Chaos). This has made Afghanistan And Pakistan "A Hot Bed" Are the Taliban and Al-Qaeda exploiting the weaknesses of Washington? And are they not paying attention to history? One that does not know about history are condemned to repeat it, Although it is true that you need a uncorrupted Government in Afghanistan, But it is also true that you need to protect American Troops on the ground.

So while Pakistanis are being killed and Washington haggles over more troops and the Afghan Government Internal problems, The opium trade is flourishing fueling and funding the Taliban and Al-Qaeda all over the region, This latest report estimates the the opium market is worth 65 Billion dollars annually, And funds global terror and 15 million addicts it's also is responsible for 100.000 deaths per year, The report also goes on to say that the Afghan and Pakistan border has turned into the world's largest free trade zone Drugs, Weapons, Bomb Making Equipment and much more.

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