Bhutto targeted by many militant groups

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Benazir Bhutto was the target of threats from virtually all of the militant groups who make Pakistan their home — from al-Qaida to homegrown terrorists to tribal insurgents on the Afghan border.

assassination after a rally in the garrison city of Rawalpindi — where
the country's military and intelligence services are based — also
focused anger and suspicion on the government of President Pervez Musharraf.

The former prime minister blamed al-Qaida, the Taliban
and homegrown militants for an Oct. 18 suicide bombing that tore
through a procession welcoming her back from exile to lead her
opposition party in parliamentary elections. But she accused militant
"sympathizers" in Musharraf's administration of backing the attempt on
her life. Bhutto's supporters chanted "Killer, Killer, Musharraf!"
outside the hospital where she was pronounced dead Thursday.;_ylt=A0W...

With the Taliban resurgent after being defeated; "Afghanistan: NATO's Top General Says Taliban Defeated

"Neither has been fully eradicated, but Jones
said the size of the threat is now so small as not to present a real
threat to Afghanistan's current government. "It is a fraction of what
it used to be. And I will even go a step further, as I said [earlier
during the visit] -- and I said that we should not ever even think that
there is going to be an insurrection of the type that we see in Iraq
here [in Afghanistan]," he said. "It's just not going to happen."


And we consider Pakistan an ally in the so called war on terror and yet the country harbors Al-Queda, Taliban extremists, Kashmir extemetists, selling nuclear secrets to other countries.

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