Reaction From Islamabad, Pakistan Bin Laden’s Death

PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Imtiaz Gul has been reporting on Islamist groups in Afghanistan and Pakistan since the late 1980s and has contributed to CNN, Al Jazeera and other international news outlets.

He also heads the Center for Research and Security Studies in Islamabad.

He joins KDKA AM’s Larry and John to discuss what Bin Laden’s death means in Pakistan, and how the teror mastermind was able to hide in plain sight.


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  1. chance says:

    What’s teror? Is that a breed of dog?

    1. Mcorimski says:

      Many people, as yourself, has many remarks that in their own mind they think is humorous — but have you ever lost a loved one in a terrorist attack — I think not! Just be thankful that you live in a country where you can pursue anything that you want to — even being allowed to make asinine remarks as you just did.

  2. Barb says:

    I hope that Mike Pintek was kidding today regarding the need to see the photos of Bin Laden’s death. We have enough blood and guts on TV, movies and the Internet. I don’t need or want a picture to verify his death. Remember that one can’t walk forward while looking backward. I hear that individuals are starting the conspiracy process already. I don’t even need to see his watery grave. I am an American and I do believe he is dead. He will always be the Criminal. Now is not the time to play political volleyball. We are still at war with evil. May we be blessed with Peace !

    Why didn’t Pakistan kow that he was living in the compound? I don’t know who lives in my neighbors’ homes or compounds either. Our Government doesn’t know who’s living in a lot of houses either. Stop with the nonsence.

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