Pakistan After Bin Laden

Pakistan After Bin Laden

in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. We’re just two hours south of
Abbottabad, where Osama bin Laden was killed recently. And we wanted to see what life
was like here post Osama bin Laden, how people are reacting
to the fact that he was living here for five years. [ROCK MUSIC PLAYING] PRESIDENT OBAMA (OFFSCREEN):
Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world
that the United States has conducted an operation that
killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda and the
terrorist who’s responsible for the murder of thousands
of innocent men, women, and children. And on nights like this one, we
can say to those families who have lost loved ones
way to Abbottabad right now. We’re about 70 kilometers
away. And it’s an army place. The town itself, military garrisons, a huge army presence. It’s considered to be the safest
city in Pakistan, which is the irony of the fact that
bin Laden was found there. What we’ve been told is that the
house itself, bin Laden’s compound, there is a perimeter
of army guys around it. So we’re going to try to get
as close as we can to it. We’ll see how much
stopped us, and they turned us around. So we’re going to try
a different route. Go around the block and see if
we can access the compound from another way. So we’re walking around
the back side now. See how far we can get. Probably not very far because
there’s guys with guns not far from us. [SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] SUROOSH ALVI: So this is
kind of ridiculous. After bin Laden was killed, the
compound was apparently open for a few days. The journalists were showing up,
and people were picnicking around there. And now there’s a perimeter of
cops and army so you can’t even get close to the house. We still managed to steal
some shots anyway. But we wanted to find the guy
who actually broke the story. His name is Abrar Rasheed. He lives in Abbottabad. And he works for a Pakistani
Network, Geo Television. So you were basically
one of the first reporters on the scene? ABRAR RASHEED: Yeah. I was the first reporter
who was at the scene. And I am the first person who
broke that story at that particular night. Although I didn’t know who was
the high-value target until and unless the President Obama
claimed next morning. It was morning time Pakistan
that Osama bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad. SUROOSH ALVI: So since I’ve
arrived in Pakistan, I’ve heard a lot of people say that
it was highly unlikely that bin Laden lived in that
house in this town. What is your view on that? ABRAR RASHEED: To tell you
frankly, still I am unable to believe that Osama bin Laden was
here in the first place. Like so many other Pakistanis,
it’s very hard for me to believe that he was here. And especially the people
of Abbottabad. I mean, if you go around and
interview a common man on the street, and if you go around
and interview certain officials, you know,
businessmen, traders, or journalists, nobody would tell
you that he believes that Osama bin Laden was here living
in Abbottabad, which is a garrison town. And his compound was hardly a
kilometer away from Pakistan’s military academy. And I’m sure his family members
were there, but Osama bin Laden wasn’t there. I think it’s a very mysterious
kind of circumstances. And unfortunately, government
of Pakistan, and Pakistani military authorities have added
more into this mystery. [MUSIC PLAYING] SUROOSH ALVI: Zarar Amjad,
there’s an 11-year-old boy who lived across the street from
the bin Laden compound. He was the boy who
played cricket. And when his ball would go
across over the wall into the compound, they wouldn’t give him
the ball back, but a man would give him 50 rupees. After May 2 when bin Laden
was killed, he became a bit of a celebrity. [SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] Can you tell me about living
across from the house? Did you see the people
that lived inside? ZARAR AMJAD:
five years I lived across the street from this house. I played with the kids
in the compound. I went into the house. He said the kids spoke
different languages. They spoke Arabic or Pashto. He saw one guy, Uncle Nadeem,
who was the guy who took care of the wives in the compound. He would get all the supplies. He said he never saw a
tall man that looked like Osama bin Laden. [MUSIC PLAYING] SUROOSH ALVI: We’re
on the campus of Ayub Medical College. We’re going to walk around and
try and find some students, see if they’ll talk to us,
give us some dirt. See if they’re believing the
hype, or if they think it’s a conspiracy like everyone
else in this country. [MUSIC PLAYING] SUROOSH ALVI: If bin Laden lived
here, and Pakistan knew, then Pakistan is
a rogue state. If bin Laden lived here, and
Pakistan didn’t know, then Pakistan’s a failed state. You know that’s one
way to look at it. The average Pakistani would
probably not agree because most people are saying, how
do we even know for sure that he was here? Where is the proof? Where was the body? And when you go to Abbottabad
and you see the house where he lived, it’s like really? He lived in there? That house Is a piece of shit. It doesn’t change history. In the annals of history,
Osama bin Laden died in Abbottabad on May 2, 2011. And that’s fine. Ultimately, bin Laden
was dead. That’s all that matters. But that’s just bin Laden. This country as a whole
is having some serious problems right now. Since May 2, the number of drone
attacks have escalated. There seems to be something
happening every day. And also the response from the
Taliban has increased. There are suicide bombers
attacking everywhere, all over the country. We are back in Peshawar. And we are on our way to a
bomb site, a suicide bomb attacked the police station. Every day there’s something
that’s happening in Peshawar. The terrorists are definitely
stirring up the pot. [SIRENS SOUNDING] SUROOSH ALVI: Yesterday, the
Pakistani Taliban, the TTP, they sent a suicide bomber
in to the CID. It’s the crime and investigation
department. This happened yesterday
morning. Eight people died. And they were avenging May 2,
Osama bin Laden assassination. They pulled out two police
officers from the basement who were still alive. And they’re looking for bodies
and trying to clear the wreckage right now. ABRAR RASHEED: Since 9/11, at
least 35,000 people lost their lives in this so-called
war against terror. And being American ally in
this war, 5,300 military personnel lost their life. $68 billion to $69 billion,
Pakistan suffered this loss. And against that amount,
Pakistan got $20 billion, out of which I think $13 billion
were paid to the Pakistan military and $7-8 billion to
the civilian government. Pakistan has sacrificed
a lot, and in return, what we have got? Humiliation, taunts, and demands
of do more, do more. Americans and the Western
world should realize Pakistan’s sacrifices. And now they should be aware of
another thing, that there are very, very strong
anti-American sentiments in Pakistan. Not only in the general public,
not only in the common masses, but now even
in the media. Even no political leaders, even
the popular political parties can’t publicly praise
America anymore. Because they know that they
can face the backlash. SUROOSH ALVI: There’s another
smaller bomb site. A convoy of cars from the
US consulate drove by here a few days ago. And there was a car situated
right here. It exploded when the
Americans drove by. It was a Taliban attack. And yet another example of
how the Osama bin Laden assassination has affected
this country. Now we have to try and track
down someone from the Taliban, get on the phone with these
fucking assholes and find out what they’re thinking. I’d been trying to interview
the Taliban for over six months but had no luck in
tracking them down. On this trip I met
two journalists for the tribal areas. The kind of guys that the
Taliban call after a suicide bomb to claim responsibility. I wrote down some questions for
them to ask on my behalf. Well, I would love to get on
the phone with the Taliban. Can we try to call them and see
if we could speak to them? RAFITULLAH ORAKZAI:
We can see. We’ll check if there
is any possibility. SUROOSH ALVI: OK. Thank you very much. We were trying to call the
spokesperson for the Taliban on the land line from
the office. We were getting a busy signal. Then two minutes after that,
the other guy’s cell phone rings, and it’s him. [PHONE RINGING] DILAWAR WAZIR:
spokesperson for the Pakistani Taliban, their party line is
that they’re only after government institutions. But the reality is
very different. In the communities, people
have been terrorized, kidnapped, and killed
by the Taliban. And because the army and the
police have failed to help these people, a lot of them have
formed their own militias called lashkars. And they’ve taken matters
into their own hands. I’m standing outside of
Faheem Khan’s place. He’s the head of the lashkar,
which is a militia that protects the neighborhood,
the village, and the people that live here. We’re right on the edge of
the Khyber tribal agency. And these guys had to pick up
arms when the government and the police failed to beat
the Taliban down. He’s agreed to meet us. He normally doesn’t do
interviews with anyone. So we’re going to go in. [MUSIC PLAYING] SUROOSH ALVI: Assalamu
alaikum. Assalamu alaikum. FAHEEM KHAN:
saying, we don’t want to live the life that the Taliban
wants to force on us. And they’re protecting
themselves, and they’re doing a good job. I like them. They’re a good vibe. [SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] FAHEEM KHAN:
[SPEAKING FOREIGN LANGUAGE] Pakistan is in a very,
very critical time period right now. Probably the most dangerous and
unstable time in its short history as a country. As we saw, you have the
lashkars, who’ve picked up arms and are fighting
the Taliban. Then there’s the Taliban and the
30 splinter groups within it, who are attacking police
stations and government offices with suicide bombers
and bomb blasts all over the country. And then there’s the Americans
who are sending in drone planes to target the militants
in the tribal areas. This multi-front battle is
playing out in real time in the media which has exploded
in Pakistan in the last 10 years. Right now there’s almost
70 TV channels. And 26 of them broadcast
news 24 hours a day. It feels like the entire
population of the country are news junkies with a morbid
fascination for all the bad events happening in Pakistan
right now. The first time we came to this
region was in 2006 when we shot a documentary called The
Gun Markets of Pakistan in a town called Dara Adamkhel. At the time, it was the
largest illegal gun market in the world. [GUNSHOTS] SUROOSH ALVI: It was one of
the very first things that Vice ever filmed. We tried to go back when we
filmed the follow-up to it called The Taliban in
Pakistan, but it was impossible at that time. Just four kilometers that way
is the gun market where we filmed four years ago. That area has been taken
over by the Taliban. So before we left the country
on this trip, we wanted to give it another try to see what
the impact of the Taliban has been on this town. Taliban are still coming in. They’re still fighting them. But my driver, Muhammad Khan,
he’s from there originally. So he is going to get us in. We’re going to do a quick
drive-by and see what it looks like in there. [MUSIC PLAYING] SUROOSH ALVI: We’re going into
the Dara Adamkhel bazaar. So let’s see what we find. A bomb blast there? MALE SPEAKER: Yes. SUROOSH ALVI: It’s very, very
different than it used to be. A few shops open and garbage
strewn everywhere. 80% of the shops are closed. MALE SPEAKER:
and spooky here. So we’re going to get the
hell out of this town. This is the end of six years
of covering this place. And, you know, it’s
a microcosm of Pakistan as a whole. You could take any place in the
city, in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, or you
could take the Dara Adamkhel market, and you see
the decline. And this is a small
example of the disintegration of this country. And I hope that it’s going to
hit bottom soon, because after that the only place
to go is up. It’s pretty bleak. [PUNK MUSIC PLAYING]

100 thoughts on “Pakistan After Bin Laden

  1. this was a big drama of #ISI and #CIA osama was died a long long time ago in Afghanistan. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ thy r just making American nation fools.

  2. If osama live in Pakistan it mean terrorist support for 911 attacks must be handed a support from Pakistan government . All this loses and crime should be emitted to Pakistan countries. Still USA intelligence are not idiot and stay behind scenes. You have India enemy and most power another country America and UK state. This Muslim country actually doesnโ€™t matter and care of humility and their life and country but just for needing their fucking right and money…. this religions must be vanished from earth…. may this message is good or bad but I mean it is my view upon situation…

  3. The US will be a third world country, a failed state in less than 50 years.. We take in all the hopeless of the world, and that will give us nothing in return.. Its a good thing these imagrints are all professors and Doctors lawyers and engineers.. If not we will become what they left..

  4. lmao bin laden and bush are laughing together at right now at you retards ahahhaha hes not dead… oh ya just responsible for twin towers but hey lets not show any one any bit of proof and chuck his body off a boat ahahahha omg…… fuck you guys are retarded…

  5. What is sickening is those kids in the beginning of the video aren't the ones fighting or joining the US military. It ts the minorities and the lower class citizens like myself sacrificing our lives for this racist country called the US. Sad

  6. The Whole of Pakistan*
    "Pakistan does not spread terrorism and is a victim of it."
    Pakistani 11 year olds*
    "I'd like to meet Osama!!!"

  7. Security : No Foreigners and Camera
    Driver : He's not White.. He is one of us… (Driver in mind : He's a fucking CIA Agent looking at installation you assholes)

  8. I dont understand if Trump is really against Radical Islamic Terrorism… why doesnt he name Pakistan Army and ISI as Terrorist Organization jus like it did to Iran Revolutionary Guards…!!!

  9. 9:47 incredibly dense kids who are being influenced by very bad people who have real motives and reasons to hide the fact Osama was there.

  10. Salle harami nay humhare pakistan ko sari dunya main badnaam karwa diya bhenchod hain jinho nay iss gandu ko pakistan main ghussnay diya dalla usama gandu arbi kutta.

  11. Even army agreed manytimes on media..that yes he was living here…now even yesterdqy omran khan said it on media that isi trained al qaida

  12. Alright, I get what you are trying to say. But the PM of this god forsaken country has said that Pakistan Army and the ISI trained talibanis. So yeah, your theory is bonkers! These ppl didnt even believe that India downed their F-16

  13. 2019 UNGA update-
    Imran Khan(Pakistan PM) : Pakistani Army and ISI trained Al-Qaeda so there had to be connections. I did not read the investigation report on how Osama lived in Pakistan for so many years.

    He said this in New York to the face of US diplomat. I COULD NOT BELIEVE MY EARS!

  14. The dog ate world governments homework. So we have to do it moving. If you solve your community problems and issues you embarrassed bureaucracy. Gen X masked their intelligence growing up. What is a celebrity?

  15. Osama bin Laden was on honeymoon in Pakistan and other UN designated terrorist organisations are still flourishing peacefully in Pakistan

  16. Pakistan has paid the price for the the peace of Afghanistan and for the interests of America.
    Pakistan,s image infront of the world is bad only because of America

  17. So 911 happens noone talks about american intelligence failures. Osama gets caught in Pakistan everyone talks about Pakistan intelligence failures. Lol madness. And all indians here spreading hate. More than 70,000 pakistanis get killed due to terrorism americans still think pakistan is the terrorist. U guys need to get ur bloody facts straight. We pakistanis suffered more than america did due to 911.

  18. Aww man if only I could tell that Taliban spokes a hole off. I was a kid when Osama was taken down Iโ€™m a young teen now and ever since I was 4 and now I intend on becoming a marine corps combat engineer. Our government is not cruel to Muslims because if that were the case my friends and some of his friends wouldnโ€™t be here and have really good paying jobs. So I got a few things for you Taliban first I hate rapists, second I hate murderers third Iโ€™m NOT infidel Iโ€™m SEMPER FI! OORAH

  19. Regular house ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐ŸคฃThese lady doctors think terrorist lives only inside cave of Tora Bora ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐ŸคฃOsama can live anywhere even under ur bed๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  20. Well, one thing we do know is that Bin Laden's family was in the compound and so its possible he just lived on the top floor and never went outside.

  21. Shut down gun market , in India no one can find gun shops. These pigs selling gun and money to kashmiri youth just like they did in afgan peace

  22. Osama's body was evaporated and turned into a cow, which was later sacrificed on Eid and hence we want justice for our mother.

  23. These people denies coz their military and government lied to them. Isi military had to protect world's most wanted terrorist in exchange of lot lot lot lot money. so u think they'll break this to locals? offcourse military took every care to keep it top secret. Osama probably did surgery and wandered at nights in village. it was a win win situation for Pakistan. All they want is money. they protected Osama for it and when time comes sold to America for it. as no one there knows what happened , Pakistan saying we didn't do anything. they already got what they want now it's time for lies.

  24. They titles keep insinuating that bid laden lived there but the locals don't believe it and no one has EVER seen him there in person. Yet U.S. media keeps trying to push this in our heads! It's a big lie!

  25. "Pakistan". The guy says, "If Pakistan knew, then Pakistan is a rogue state." This is a beginner's mistake. Pakistan is not one entity. Someone in the Pakistani Military/Intelligence/or Military-Intelligence community knew. That is for sure. That does not mean, that "Pakistan" knew. There are many different groups of people in the government and in the military. They are not all one. Just as there are many different groups and people in the Pakistani population, they are not all one. Not all people are the same. Even individuals can change their opinions about politics or other topics from day to day, week to week, month to month, year to year, so why should we act as if it is all or nothing either they knew or they didn't? That is foolish. Just as it is foolish to act as if the american government is one unit, one entity. There are always different factions with different agendas, some of them covert, working behind the curtains and often right in the open as well. I am sure that there were Pakistanis, who knew he was there. He could not have made it without them.

    I find the girls disbelief and their mistrust of the American government and Obama the most disturbing. It shows how prone they are to believe in conspiracy theories, when it comes to america.

    It is true that Pakistan is one of the biggest victims of terror, but there are also people who harbor terrorists in Pakistan. There are groups within the government, military, police and the intelligence community, who had a vested interest in protecting these people.

    This idea that America fakes everything and that there is always some huge conspiracy is simply ridiculous. If one of your goats dies, the CIA was not behind it ok?

  26. jihadi imran should say y Osama bin laden was hiding in Pakistan for ten years and made American army forces fools y did American's gave billions of dollars to Pakistanis

  27. Hardcore terrorist country.. Pakistan is that type of kid who puts a gun on his head and blackmails the whole world…๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  28. 1:09 That chick was chanting โ€œUSAโ€ until that dude elbowed her tits. Then she tries to hole back laughter.

  29. For fuck sake the boy wants to meet Bin Laden if he had known the Bin Laden was there….. You see people…. This is the youth of this godforsaken country……. These are the future terrorists…… This is motherfuckin pakistan…… Now you tell me pakistanis… Why shouldn't the whole world hate you?

  30. "If Pakistan knew Bin Laden lived there,then pakistan is a rouge state.. And if pakistan didn't knew then pakistan is a failed state." – Well said.

  31. USA couldnt even find him for 11 years thats a war lost for USA already.I mean with 60Billion going to the defence budget its a shame they couldnt find a mere terrorist sooner.

    And nobody saw his dead body.Its all staged by USA.

  32. Pakistan is safe heaven for terrorist organisation,even pakistani prime minister Mr imran khan announced that Thier army and ISI intelligence agency gave training and arms to terrorist organisation Al Qaeda means support Taliban redical Islamic terrorist organisation, America and FATF have to sanctions on pakistan

  33. For Pakistan army,the common Pakistani is collateral damage,they harboured Osama and then at correct time sold him to America.
    Knowing fully well the consequences.

  34. These Pakistani people are the most dumb and stupidest people ever seen in the world.. if it was known to citizens there that Osama bin Laden lived there then would he be a so Big terrorist leader, he would have been killed earlier only. Without such a support from Pakistani Army he would not have lived there that's why his house was near to military academy, and if he had built house in different manner then doubt would arise and America will attack him so he built regular house with larger compound, and then if was so easy to know that he lived there then he would not have been world' s most wanted terrorist

  35. > University students donโ€™t believe Osama was there and was actually dead
    > Taliban states that they are avenging Osamaโ€™s Death
    > K Den

  36. US funded Taliban groups to fight in Afghanistan from 1979 for 10 years against The USSR this is what Pakistan is left with after that war

  37. A little group of economist are making us Fools in the name of war ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚… They seek profit in war… They build Osama then used Obama to take it down. Now using Trump to do so and so on… For best explanation watch A-Team or Iron-Man 3
    …..Topi Drama…

  38. You dishonor those killed on 9/11 by spreading disingenuous unsubstantiated conspiracies like this. Is it so hard to believe that Osama Bin Laden could successfully (and only temporarily I might add) hide in a place known for harboring terrorists? Not so hard when you're on your home turf. It's clear many Pakistanis aren't at all bothered by the subversion and subsequent corruption of their state. Disgusting.

  39. Pakistani even denied their mother no I am not your child ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ most liars people on Earth.

  40. What's the feeling when u walk in the street and suddenly a sucide bomber came and say Allah Hu Akbar
    And boom๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚end of trip

  41. Pmsl ๐Ÿคฃ ๐Ÿคฃ pakistan openly asked at UN to allow a terrorist living in pakistan to have his assetts released. Listen to this child if he knew osama was there he would go there to meet him and u telling me the rest of the country is against terrorists๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†

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