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Observer Islamic Countries proposed Extraordinary Islamic Summit Conference regarding Pakistan

Den haag: US Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen’s accusations about Pakistan are not based on facts,said an EU based Diplomatic Mediator talking with Foreign Correspondent in The Hague, UNN / E Pakistan News Reported.

Faisal Muhammad who has also an status of “Observer Islamic Countries” said several time we monitor ISI activities but we don’t found any clue regarding these accusation US want to shift its war in Pakistan from Afghanistan which I was Disclosed one year before but Pak regime did not take any step in this regard.

Faisal said US also responsible for current situation in Pakistan due to its “Double Game policy” regarding war against terror.

Faisal Muhammad said if America violate territorial integrity of Pakistan would be a disaster in region as “Observer Islamic Countries” he officially put the United States on notice that Washington’s planned attack on Pakistan will be interpreted as an act of aggression against “Muslim World”.

He said “Observer Islamic Countries” proposed extraordinary Islamic Summit Conference regarding Pakistan Issue.

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