Taliban Asserts Management of North Waziristan; Tourism Dips
The Taliban has reportedly claiming that North Waziristan, the famous, wild mountainous region of Pakistan bordering Afghanistan. As a result, tourism in the area has taken a definite dive.
As a US tourist commented, I would like to visit places where television and music are banned. I’m also a big fan of summary executions. But, in the case of North Waziristan, I think Ill makes an exception.
The wyfely half of an American couple who like to travel in the Middle East, said, was so disappointed. My husband and I were really looking forward to a summer chase in North Waziristan. I hear his wonderful medieval.
President Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan, a valuable United States Alliance in the War on Terror, confirmed his position by saying: We are determined to find and destroy tourists wherever we find them. Then he caught his apparent slip from the tongue and continued, I’m sorry. I mean to say terrorists, not tourists.
However, the press was overwhelmed by its misrepresentation and swung it in seconds over the world.
The fast-paced word-fire discourages further leisure trips to North Waziristan.
The sudden deterioration surprised some observers, as the region rumors to host the world’s most popular murderous scamp, Osama Bin Laden.
The decline also made it more difficult for visitors to the CIA to give themselves as carefree travelers.