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Pakistan Continues to Oppose Saudi Aggression in Yemen

WikiLeaks has provided proof of Saudi involvement in Pakistani internal affairs at all levels.

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(SALEM, Ore.) - The BBC, referring to a poll conducted by Buitms University in Quetta, reported that Pakistani opposition to Saudi aggression in Yemen is increasing and mentioned it as the turning approach of Pakistanis to Russia and it also evaluates future Saudi-Pakistani relations.

According to this poll, 87 percent of Pakistanis oppose the Saudi war, 84 percent of them are against Pakistan's participation in the war and more than 85% have introduced this war as Western countries' sedition.

This survey also says that the dominance of Brillo parties in Pakistan and Russian influence among Pakistani officials are two factors that Pakistani are opposed to Saudi aggression.

WikiLeaks has provided proof of Saudi involvement in Pakistani internal affairs at all levels. Even King Abdullah dismissed some university presidents in Pakistan.

Thus, Saudi interference in Pakistan's religious, political and social affairs as well as some senior officials of Pakistan's interest toward Saudi Arabia psychologically undermine the independence of Pakistan and this is the main reason for the striking divergence of views between the public in Pakistan with Saudi Arabia.

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