Drone Strikes in Northwest Pakistan Made Al-Qaeda Enemy: Zaid Hamid

Drone Strikes in Northwest Pakistan Made Al-Qaeda Enemy: Zaid Hamid

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Drone Strikes in Northwest Pakistan Made Al-Qaeda Enemy: Zaid Hamid

Pakistan have actually decreased suicide attacks across the country. Mustafa Abu al-Yazid described the drones as cowardly, since the United States did not confront him on the battlefield, but rather in a manner of "treachery and betrayal." More recently, Ayman al-Zawahiri called in a message directed toward Pakistanis in March for them to rise up against the government and "compel them to stop drone strikes."

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