Pak wants distinction between Taliban and al-Qaeda

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    Pakistan and the US have resolved to ensure that al-Qaeda is "dismantled, disrupted and defeated", though Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani wants a distinction to be made between the Taliban and al-Qaeda.



    The matter figured in a telephonic conversation late last night between Gilani and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, an official statement said.



    The two leaders held extensive discussions on Pakistan-US relations after Clinton called the Premier.



    "Both the leaders expressed determination that al-Qaeda had to be dismantled, disrupted and defeated, for which both countries should work together," the statement said.



    Gilani said it is "imperative to make a distinction between the Taliban and al-Qaeda, which would help to overcome the threat".



    Gilani and Clinton also expressed satisfaction over the establishment of a Joint Task Force between the intelligence agencies of the two countries to facilitate information-sharing and coordination.


    Pak wants distinction between Taliban and al-Qaeda - Indian Express


    WHY THEY WANT DISTINCTION BETWEEN TWO TERRORISTS???:confused:
     
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