Political assassinations part of US foreign policy: Ex-US Senate candidate

“A former US Senate candidate and political commentator says the 1951 assassination of Pakistan’s first prime minister, Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan, is a part of the conduct of the US foreign policy, which is driven by its financial and banking system.

Mark Dankof, a broadcaster and pastor in San Antonio, Texas, made the remarks in an interview on Saturday while commenting on a Pakistan Today report which revealed on Friday that Khan was murdered by the US because of his refusal to use his office for securing oil contracts in neighboring Iran for US corporations.”
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