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February 28, 2012 8:00 pm

Gingrich: America Needs to “Reassess” Relationship With Islamic World

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution – Returning to Georgia Tuesday for several days of campaigning, Newt Gingrich accused Pakistan of hiding Osama bin Laden before U.S. Navy SEALs assassinated him during a daring night raid last May and said the United States should reevaluate its relationship with Islamic countries.

“We now know that the Pakistanis for seven years were hiding bin Laden in a military city within a mile of their national defense university,” the former Georgia congressman told hundreds of supporters gathered in an airplane hangar in Rome. “Does any serious person believe that could have been done without a significant part of the Pakistani government knowing it would protect him?”

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“We now know that the Pakistanis for seven years were hiding bin Laden in a military city within a mile of their national defense university,” the former Georgia congressman told hundreds of supporters gathered in an airplane hangar in Rome. “Does any serious person believe that could have been done without a significant part of the Pakistani government knowing it would protect him?”

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