The Kyber Pass and History

Anyone who knows the least bit about history (and one suspects that President Bush must have slept through his history classes at Yale), knows that for anyone occupying Afghanistan, the Khyber Pass is the key. Pakistani militants understand this, and are attempting to make resupply through the pass difficult, if not impossible. From the article:

NATO and U.S. officials have said that losses along the supply route are not affecting their operations in Afghanistan. Still, NATO is seeking to open alternative routes through Central Asia.

I don’t believe that for a minute. These attacks are affecting resupply, NATO and the US obviously can’t admit it for strategic reasons.

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2 Responses to The Kyber Pass and History

  1. Brandon says:

    I’m glad you’re back to posting. Hope all is well with you guys. Been praying for comfort. Have a good day!

  2. Murf says:

    I was really busy there for awhile, 5 day trip, then went up to Montreal to help teach Logos Bible Software to some French pastors.

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