Pakistan has lost more lives and troops to terrorism than any other country: Pentagon

Source: Dawn News

Acknowledging Pakistan’s fight against terrorism, the Pentagon said that the country has lost more lives and troops to terrorism than any other country.

Addressing a press conference on Thursday, Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana White said that the recent visit of US Secretary of Defence James Mattis to Islamabad — during which he met with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Chief of Army Staff Qamar Jawed Bajwa — was aimed at finding a common ground with Pakistan.

“This is about broadening our relationship and looking for opportunity,” White said, adding that Mattis had “fruitful conversations” during his time in Pakistan.

Explaining that the common ground between Islamabad and Washington is “the threat of terrorism”, White said that “no one has lost more troops and lives to terrorism than the Pakistanis”.

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    There is no too late to reform the all madrasah, Islamic school who teach merely Islam and neglect worldly matter such as technology, economy, health etc.

    Islamic teaching is not merely spiritual teaching but how to become a good Muslim in spiritul thing and wealth.

    Most clerics teach his students to become a good Muslim in way to fear Allah, NOT to love Allah and to love all people that Allah created.
    If you love Allah, you will love all people.

    If clerics teach fearness to students, they will become bigotry or addicted to Islam, will be dangerous for humanity. The addicted Muslims is like a people drunk, cannot use his mind properly.

    We cannot hope political leaders to reform the education in Madrassah, we put hope to the melitery or army.
    With ❤️

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