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Do Tok – 4th December 2010 :Former Pak Army Chief Gen (R) Aslam Beg on WikiLeaks

Former Pakistan Army Chief Gen (R) Aslam Beg discusses WikiLeaks' latest cablegate, particularly on Pakistan and Muslim countries: Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia, and calls it a conspiracy against all of them. General also defends Gen Kayani and role of the army, attempts to clarify past issues and criticizes US govt and its diplomatic personnel of manipulating PAkistani politicians to further their agenda
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Submited By: Javed Baboo
06 December 2010 GMT
Mirza Aslam Baig is a cheater...he is going to die but still he is telling alie
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