Eavesdropping "Listening" ability of Pak Army / ISI

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    Do any pakistan forces have any eavesdropping ability, specially against taliban.
     
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    "Do any pakistan forces have any eavesdropping ability, specially against taliban."

    No but they've got a black book with lots of phone #s.:agree:

    Anything that the ISI needs to know is a phone call away. Sadly it appears that anything the taliban need to know might also be a phone call away.

    The army all carry transistor radios, though, so nobody misses what roads Maulauna Faizullah has declared closed in SWAT on his radio show. That helps. Helps Faizullah's ratings too. Ad money, man. Always got to have the eye on the ball...:smokin:

    If the army doesn't listen, it's not the fault of the taliban if some soldier gets smoked.

    Better listen closely...oh, and don't lose that lil' black book.:pakistan:
     
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    is the technology very expensive / difficult to develop / not not available for pakistan.
    Because others listen to our Chief of army in china, and then again Mr Mussaraf talking with BB. It would be nice to listen in to all the anti state elements.