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The statement of US that they no other incedent took place, seem to be such a shock. Everytime an attack is made on the Islamic State of Pakistan, its so called allies the U.S never takes any responsibility. The President of Pakistan states that the border is so mixed-up that one can easily get lost. So if the border is so mixed-up then why not define it and why not maintain proper cordination with the allies?—126.96.36.199 05:48, 26 September 2008 (UTC)
- Because Pakistan's central government is so weak that it has no control over that area. It has no way to set the border, because it doesn't *own* large sections of its border with Afghanistan. Rather, (in that area) Pakistan has a border with Waziristan, which in turn has a border with Afghanistan. It's not pretty, and no one wants it that way (except the Taliban and their allies), but that's the way it is. Gopher65talk 07:30, 26 September 2008 (UTC)