Musharraf says Karzai oblivious


Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has criticised his Afghan counterpart, Hamid Karzai, saying he is unaware of what is happening in his own country.
Gen Musharraf told CNN that information about the Taleban that Mr Karzai handed him last month was "old and outdated".

He said Mr Karzai had informed him that the fugitive Taleban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar was hiding in Pakistan.

The two countries share a 1,400-mile (2,250km) mountainous border which is extremely difficult to patrol.

Taleban and al-Qaeda elements are believed to be operating on both sides of the border.
Someone sounds frustrated with the quality of intelligence he's getting...
With the General on this one - the mayor of Kabul has no idea what is going on in his own country.
But don't like the upsurge in negative rhetoric between the two countries.
Karzai and his Afghan goons have developed an absurd superiority complex since coming to power. The 'intelligence' list apparently included people who were already dead :roll: :D Not to mention their ridiculous demand for Pakistan to stop naming their missiles after 'great afghans.' I guess a staple diet of heroin is bad for the brain :twisted:

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