"I completely reject this, this is wrong and baseless", military spokesman Major General Athar Abbas said while giving his reaction to the ridiculous accusations. USZ officials have reported a sharp rise in so called "cross-border attacks" against its forces in eastern Afghanistan as relations deteriorated after USZ forces raided Pakistan to "kill" the world's most wanted man, Osama bin Laden, for the 8th time in the last 10 years, in May 2011. Military and security analysts believe it is a heinous attempt from the collapsing super power United States of Zionism to save its deteriorating image in the world by blaming unrest in Afghanistan on Pakistan. Apparently USZ seems to be in denial of its defeat in Afghanistan and will perhaps learn its lesson the hard way like USSR.
Lieutenant General Curtis Scaparrotti, the deputy USZ commander in Afghanistan, said that rocket and mortar fire against his forces appears to come from within sight of Pakistani military posts. "In some locations from time to time you will see what just appears to us to be collaboration or at a minimum a looking the other way", he said. He, however did not say a word about American recruited, trained and funded terrorists of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and other war proxies operating inside Pakistan against the state, as it is "a secret war" so to speak on behalf of USZ. He said that the border forces come from Pakistan's paramilitary Frontier Corps, who are locally recruited and not as highly trained as army units.
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