Indian remote viewers see Al-Queda chief Osama Bin Laden devastated in Pakistan earthquake as NATO sends 1,000 soldiers to Pakistan
Preetam Sohani
Oct. 21, 2005

Indian remote viewers have reported that they sense massive devastation for Al-Queda in Pakistan earthquake. In the mean time NATO is sending 1,000 soldiers to Pakistan.

According to media reports, NATO chiefs are discussing a plan to send 500 to 1,000 alliance troops to Pakistan to help with the relief effort after the October 8 earthquake that has killed at least 50,000, a NATO official said on Friday.

"Up to 1,000 on the ground is possible," the NATO officialsaid, when asked how many troops NATO was preparing to send.

The official said it would include an engineering battalion, plus additional staff, but that NATO nations still needed to give the plan an approval.


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