END WAR Pakistan & US Forces Working Secretly To Hunt Militants, Drone Strikes Cables Confirm
How To Go To Heaven: www.jesus-is-savior.com Despite sustained denials by the Pentagon, the leaked cables from WikiLeaks confirm that US military special operations forces have been secretly working with the Pakistani military to conduct offensive operations and coordinate drone strikes in the areas near the Afghan border. A US embassy cable from October of 2009 states: "These deployments are highly politically sensitive because of widely-held concerns among the public about Pakistani sovereignty and opposition to allowing foreign military forces to operate in any fashion on Pakistani soil." The cables confirm aspects of a story about the covert US war in Pakistan published in The Nation www.guardian.co.uk WikiLeaks cables: US special forces working inside Pakistan 30 November 2010 US embassy cables reveal elite American troops secretly embedded with Pakistan military to hunt down militants Small teams of US special forces soldiers have been secretly embedded with Pakistani military forces in the tribal belt, helping to hunt down Taliban and al-Qaida fighters and co-ordinate drone strikes, the embassy cables reveal. The numbers involved are small -- just 16 soldiers in October 2009 -- but the deployment is of immense political significance, described in a cable that provides an unprecedented glimpse into covert American operations in the world's most violent al-Qaida hotbed. The first special forces team of four soldiers was deployed to an old British colonial fort in the <b>...</b>
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