KARACHI, Pakistan — It's been a rough few days to be Pakistani, at least when it comes to the U.S. struggle against terrorism.
Senior White House officials said that last week's Times Square bomb plot was the work of the Pakistani Taliban and not just Faisal Shahzad, the Pakistan native now held in U.S. custody. (On Tuesday, Pakistani security officials denied that link).
The U.S. is now considering adding Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, or TTP, to a terrorism blacklist that would impose travel restrictions and financial sanctions on group members.
Also on Tuesday, a Pakistani man was arrested at the U.S. embassy in Santiago, Chile, after traces of explosives were found on his clothes.
To find out how Pakistanis feel about all this, Karachi correspondent Salman Ahmed took his camera to the streets of this bustling financial and cultural capital.