U.S. - Pakistani Relations Are Fraying Over Anti-Terrorism Policies

Pakistani army soldiers listen to U.S. Army Spc. Arafat Khaskheli, an interpreter with Task Force Wright, as he explains a checklist. (File Photo)

Arrest Indicates Pakistan Leaders Face Rising Pressure To Curb U.S. Role -- Washington Post

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A Pakistani army major, allegedly recruited by U.S. intelligence to spy on Osama bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound before the commando raid that killed the al-Qaeda leader, has been arrested, according to U.S. and Pakistani officials.

Neighbors in Abbottabad said that Maj. Amir Aziz, a doctor in the Pakistan Army Medical Corps who has lived in a residence adjacent to the bin Laden compound for several years, has not been seen since shortly after the May 2 U.S. raid. They said that at least four other local residents had been detained, including peasants who farm the agricultural land surrounding the compound.

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More News On The Deterioration Of U.S. - Pakistan Relations

CIA Downplays U.S.-Pakistani Tensions After bin Laden Informants are Arrested -- FOX News
'Crumbling' U.S.-Pakistan Relations Highlighted By Arrests Of Informants -- NPR
Gates: Pakistan arrests for CIA help are reality -- Seattle Times/AP
AP sources: Pakistan nabs CIA informants -- Yahoo News/AP
Pakistan Arrests 30 Civilians in Probe of U.S. Raid That Killed Bin Laden -- Bloomberg
Pakistan Arrests C.I.A. Informants in Bin Laden Raid -- New York Times
Pakistan arrests five men for helping CIA spy on Bin Laden house -- The Guardian
Pakistan Denies Arresting Army Major for US Ties -- Voice of America
Pakistan arrests 'five CIA informants' -- The Telegraph
Bin Laden informants arrested -- UPI
Pakistan arrests CIA's bin Laden informants-report -- Reuters
Pakistan 'arrests CIA informants' -- AFP
Pakistan arrests five ‘CIA informants’ -- Financial Times
Report of CIA informant arrests another blow to Pakistan's military -- Christian Science Monitor
Pakistan still getting its U.S. war gear -- Washington Post
Sen. Leahy slams Pakistan as 'putative ally' in aftermath of bin Laden killing -- USA Today
Yup, we’re in a cold war with Pakistan -- Pajamas Media
US relations with Pakistan crumbling fast: Analysis -- James M. Dorsey, Alarabiya
Why did Pakistan arrest suspected CIA informants? -- Bruce Riedel, CNN

My Comment: My sources tell me that there is little if any intelligence information sharing between the U.S. and Pakistan right now. In short .... relations have completely collapsed.

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