"Fazlullah signals a dangerous tipping point: He is the local leader of Tehreek-e-Nafaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammad (TNSM, or The Movement for the Enforcement of Islamic Laws), an armed militia that fought in Afghanistan alongside the Taliban. Police say he commands thousands of followers, is stockpiling weapons, and has growing links to Al Qaeda – all of which could turn the area into another terrorist haven."Pakistan losing territory to radicals | csmonitor.com
So, our policy is to forcibly keep countries (Iraq & Iran) that may have nukes in 10 years or so away from them, all the while driving the countries that actually DO have them toward radicalism and to form military alliances with each other to counter-balance that very policy? Wait...what?
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