Once again a "moderate" Muslim refuses to cooperate with non-Muslims in an effort to counter the jihad.
Pakistan has said it won't hand over 20 terrorist suspects wanted by India in the wake of the Mumbai attacks.
Asif Ali Zardari said 20 terror suspects would be tried in Pakistan if there was evidence of wrongdoing.
Mr Zardari also said he doubted that a man being held in Indian custody over the attacks was a Pakistani citizen.
"We have not been given any tangible proof to say that he is definitely a Pakistani. I very much doubt ... that he's a Pakistani," Zardari told CNN's Larry King Live, adding that if given evidence his government would take action. [...]
Of course. He couldn't possibly be a Pakistani. Every fool who isn't a greasy Islamophobe knows that there are no jihadists in Pakistan. The man whom the Indians are holding is, doubtless, a Methodist from Kentucky.