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December 19th, 2008 by Shakir Lakhani

The ‘Shoes of Mass Destruction’ as termed by the media have been analyzed by the FBI, CIA, Mossad and RAW to determine a definite Pakistan link.

It has been established so far that:

The leather originated from Kasur in Pakistan.

Stitching was carried out in Sialkot by a shoe maker using child labor; names withheld pending interrogation.

The pair was sold by a famous shoe store in Liberty Market, Lahore.

The pair was transported by rubber dinghy from Karachi via the Shatt Al Arab waterway to Basra.

The cyanide-tipped steel blade discovered in the toe of one shoe was made in Waziristan or Wazirabad, Pakistan, and found stuck in a folded position.

The Pakistan government has assured its fullest support to the investigation while expressing the urgent request that drone attacks on Pakistani territory should not be doubled in frequency.

The US has asked India to exercise restraint.

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3 comments
  1. Ali Rehman December 27, 2008 1:40 pm  

    Good Day
    I am studying in Stockholm,Sweden. I have to give a presentation on Pakistan to my university.Although this is not the proper forum to ask but I wanted to present a 5 minutes video on Pakistan with pictures of all major cities and regions like the North of pakistan. Besides does someone have something similar made in power point or can you people help me in telling me the links where I can get such information then it would be highly appreciated. Moreover we need to dispel the impression of Pakistan therefore I ask you ppl to help asap. I need to present tomorrow.
    Thanks a lot.
    Regards
    Ali Rehman
    Stockholm School of Economics

  2. Ali rehman December 27, 2008 1:41 pm  

    Pls email me at:verboseguy@hotmail.com

  3. L. Venkata Subramaniam December 29, 2008 6:08 am  

    ha ha ha I love your sense of humour. It would have been interesting if one of the shoes had hit. Maybe the guy didnt practice enough.

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