Speculation in the U.S. media, the terrorists in Pakistan to grant protection, but that he called “non-objective speculation.” The Washington Post was reported that President Asif Ali Zardari not directly on U.S. charges that Pakistani security forces the whereabouts of al-Qaeda.
China defended the accusations against Pakistan in this context is not determined enough to take action against radical Islamists. “Pakistan is the international fight against terrorism to the head,” said a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Pakistan has made important contributions in this fight. China will continue to assist Pakistan to develop its own strategy to combat terrorism and implement it. Earlier, the spokesman for the Chinese media had welcomed the death of the leaders of Al Qaeda in a U.S. application as an “important event” and “positive development” in the fight against terrorism.
Security forces in Pakistan, Zardari agree not to attack U.S. against bin Laden in question. It was not a common use “was, wrote in the Post.” He was not in the place where they expected, “said the commentary in the English language.” But now it’s gone. ”
Zardari’s comment was the first public statement by a senior Pakistan to kill Bin Laden. U.S. special forces entered Sunday night’s farm strength of extremist leader 54 years of age in Abbottabad. The city is an hour drive from the capital, Islamabad removed.
Members of Congress were stunned and angry on Monday that bin Laden may years, apparently without the knowledge of the authorities to the center. They called for U.S. assistance Pakistan in doubt, since the attacks of September 11, 2001 around 20 billion dollars. “Our government is in financial difficulties,” the influential chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Dianne Feinstein. Many members have a problem with it, to support a country that is not the entire transfer.
The Pakistani media criticized on Tuesday. “The fact that Pakistan’s most wanted man in the world can not track here is amazing,” wrote The News. In a commentary published in the Daily Times said it would be the inaction of the U.S. Pakistan can be difficult to explain. Meanwhile, Pakistani television stations showed images of file several times by politicians including Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani, who protested that Bin Laden does not hold on to Pakistan.