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[QUOTE=coalition;237887]Missiles fired from Pakistan targeting villages in eastern Kunar province is a plain invasion, Afghan House of Representatives said on Monday.

This is not the first time that Pakistan is firing missiles on Afghanistan and the government should not remain silent, legislators said.

Some parliamentarians said defence and interior and foreign ministers should be summoned to the house to answer questions about Pakistani missile attacks.

Pakistan's missile attack could be an indication of Pakistan's dishonesty in Afghan peace talks with the Taliban.

[COLOR="blue"]"I want to ask government officials why they call Pakistan a friend when its fires missiles into Afghanistan," Mohammad Farhad Azimi, an Afghan MP, said.
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A number of parliamentarians see government's silence controversial towards the missile attacks.

Another Afghan MP, Abdul Hafiz Mansouri, said: "I think top security officials must be summoned over recent escalation of insecurity in particular missile attacks from Pakistan."

[COLOR="red"]Last week around 148 missiles[/COLOR] fired from Pakistan landed in eastern Kunar province killing four children and wounding six others.

Meanwhile, commander of the first border zone has urged President Hamid Karzai to deliver an order of counter-attack.
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What are we actually doing leaving our soldiers in this insane cauldron of deceit?

[COLOR="blue"]UK/US Governments are claiming friendship with the potential murderers of our Troops, Pakistan, Yet the above reports show they are firing Rockets at our troops. On what Planet are Droopy Cameron and the US living on....as it can't be the real World.[/COLOR]

[COLOR="blue"]Yeah! We want to ask the same thing of our governments: Mohammed[/COLOR][/QUOTE]
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    The "inadequate" actions of commanding officers, combined with poor intelligence and lack of air and fire support, contributed to more than a dozen coalition deaths during a Taliban ambush in Afghanistan last year, according to a new report. Thirteen coalition servicemembers, including five U.S. troops, died in the September 8, 2009, attack in Kunar province. An Afghan interpreter was also killed. "The actions of key leaders at the battalion level were inadequate and ineffective, contributing directly to the loss of life which ensued" during the ambush, said the report, issued by the International Security Assistance Force.
    WORLDThe "inadequate" actions of commanding officers, combined with poor intelligence and lack of air and fire support, contributed to more than a dozen coalition deaths during a Taliban ambush in Afghanistan last year, according to a new report. Thirteen coalition servicemembers, including five U.S. troops, died in the September 8, 2009, attack in Kunar province. An Afghan interpreter was also killed. "The actions of key leaders at the battalion level were inadequate and ineffective, contributing directly to the loss of life which ensued" during the ambush, said the report, issued by the International Security Assistance Force.
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    [COLOR="red"]More on this subject may be found on the hidden Forum post site UK government aid to Pakistan. [/COLOR]