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On the weekend of Sept. 11, Pakistan ran a print ad in The Wall Street Journal headlined "Which Country Can Do More for Your Peace?" and listing, among other things, the number of civilian and military casualties the country has suffered in the ongoing war against terrorism. As the Journal writes, the ad was meant as "a counter-narrative to the U.S.'s version of what is going on in the war against terrorism" -- you know, the one in which Pakistan's military and secret service are turning a blind eye to hostile forces and harboring, well, the likes of Osama bin Laden.