Urge President Obama to declare a stop to tax-payer funded economic & military aid to Pakistan, when he meets Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif on
Oct 22, 2015.
Since the catastrophic events of September 11, 2001, more than 2,300 American men and women have been killed in Afghanistan by the Afghan Taliban, an organization, that continues to be militarily trained, logistically and ideologically supported and used by Pakistan. 20,083 American service members have also been wounded in action during this war. In addition, there were 1,173 U.S. civilian contractor fatalities.  Despite the massive US spending in aid, only 1 in 5 Pakistanis has a favorable view of the US or the President of United States. 
During the past decade, Pakistan also gave shelter to Osama bin-Laden and thousands of Islamists within its territory as part of its decades old doctrine of using terror as a tool of coercion and diplomacy. Surprisingly during this period, nearly 31 billion tax-payer dollars were given to Pakistan) in the form of economic assistance. Of this, nearly $20 billion comprises of security or military-related funding  The government agencies in Pakistan have used part of this assistance to fund and arm the Islamists who continue to be responsible for killing our sons and daughters.
In effect, our tax-dollars have ended up in the hands of those who want to kill us.
Before President Obama meets Prime Minister Sharif on Oct 22, write to him by going to the link below
Request President Obama to –
1. Completely stop taxpayer funded economic and military aid to Pakistan, until all Taliban led attacks on US led coalition forces, and the sovereign territory of Afghanistan cease completely.
2. Demand that Pakistan give equal constitutional rights to its religious and ethnic minorities- Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Ahmeddiyas and Kalash.
3. Demand that Pakistan revoke blasphemy law, that awards death sentence to non-Muslims accused of “blasphemy”. 
ALSO SIGN THE PETITION BELOW, DEMANDING A COMPLETE HALT TO TAX-FUNDED ECONOMIC /MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO PAKISTAN
1. CRS report R44034,http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc627197/m1/1/high_res_d/R44034_2015May14.pdf
2. War-related Death, Injury, and Displacement in Afghanistan and
Pakistan 2001-2014, by Neta C. Crawford
Source: WHN Media Network