Karzai noted: “Unfortunately, there are elements within the establishment in Pakistan who do not see things as we see (them), and who perhaps are not opting for a life that the absolute majority of our people seek and are working for.”
I doubt that an absolute majority of Karzai’s people are actually on his side in this instance, but — as recent revelations have confirmed — he is certainly right about those “elements” within the Pakistani establishment.
“Karzai says ‘confident’ of evidence linking Pakistan to bombing,” from AFP, August 5 :
NEW DELHI (AFP) – Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday repeated allegations that Pakistan was linked to a car bomb attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul, saying he was “confident” of the evidence.
“We and some of our allies have evidence not only from the scene of the explosion but evidence beyond it that unfortunately indicate a hand like that,” Karzai told the NDTV television news network.
When asked if explosives found at the bombed embassy carried markings of Pakistani ordinance factories, Karzai said: “we are fairly confident of what you are talking about.”
About 60 people, including two Indian diplomats, were killed in the July 7 suicide car bombing at the mission….