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02/13/2006 02:01 PM ID: 52845 Permalink   

UN: Cartoon Riots Won’t Stop Pakistan Earthquake Aid


The United Nations has said that it will continue to provide aid to earthquake victims in Pakistan, despite the recent violence against Western institutions in Muslim countries. The UN does have concerns over worker security.

However, a statement said: “The decision to temporarily restrict the movement of cargo and people did affect some minor aspects of the operation, but there has been no decision to remove UN personnel… in response to these security concerns.”

More than 73,000 people were killed and 3 million made homeless in the earthquake that hit Pakistan on the 8th of October last year.

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Unless the UN troops are giving out cartoons drawn on the blankets and handing offending leaflets attached to candy. If a single UN soldier gets killed over this, I say pull the soldiers out until the Pakistani soldiers walk in and hang some men on tent poles.

Two ways to get you what you want: Love & Fear. These soldiers have been handing out freebies for month and this is what they get? Time for some fear then.
  by: kmazzawi     02/14/2006 07:30 AM     
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