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Argument: Unilateral US attacks inside Pakistan would be strongly opposed

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'Nobody will come here until we ask them to come, and we haven’t asked them,' Mr. Musharraf said in his first public statements about the proposal, which was reported in The New York Times on Sunday.
'Certainly, if they come without our permission, that’s against the sovereignty of Pakistan,' he continued.
'There is a perception in the United States as if what our army cannot do, they can do,' he said. 'This is a very wrong perception. I challenge anyone coming into our mountains. They would regret that day.'"

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