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By | January 6, 2017
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The assassination of Benazir Bhutto should convince us all that the radicals in Pakistan are very much alive and active. And, this is bad news for us, for Indonesia. We must not forget that all our radicals, hardliners and the so called fundamentalists have had Pakistani connection in one way or the other.We have, in the past, closed our eyes to such connections. Now, we can no longer afford that. The assassination of Benazir Bhutto must be taken as a clear warning to our government, “What happened in Pakistan could happen here too. Watch video in link below

Video link: http://wp.me/p7PtNj-29h

This is Pakistan’s darkest hour, and I hope this hour shall pass, and pass soon… For, otherwise I can only foresee utter darkness for the entire region. And, that includes not only India, China, Afghanistan and Pakistan’s immediate next door neighbors — but also us, Indonesia, and Malaysia. Indeed, the entire world.t is high time that our politicians learn their lessons from Pakistani experience: Radicalism in any form must not be tolerated. There can be no moderation on this issue. Tolerating the radicals for short term political gain is not only dangerous but can be fatal to national integration.