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Afghanistan questions U.S. silence over Pakistan's role

KABUL (Reuters) – The United States has pursued a contradictory policy with regard to the Afghan war by ignoring Pakistan's role in the insurgency, the Afghan government said on Tuesday, following the leak of U.S. military documents.

The classified documents released by the organization, WikiLeaks, show current and former members of Pakistan's spy agency were actively collaborating with the Taliban in plotting attacks in Afghanistan.

On Tuesday, in its first reaction to the leak, Afghanistan's National Security Council said the United States had failed to attack the patrons and supporters of the Taliban hiding in Pakistan throughout the nine-year conflict.

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"We can see with our eyes, hear with our ears and feel with our touch, but we understand with our hearts."

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India also questions why America gave $Bs to Pakistan to...

kill our own military. The silence is deafening!

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That's easy

If Afghanistan was peaceful, it would be hard to justify all that military spending there. Alot of people would fall off the gravy train.