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This must give Ayman al Zawahri a little bit of comfort: Pakistan’s army chief and a top diplomat are warning the U.S. that it could face military resistance if it attempts another operation like the one that killed Osama bin Laden. The Pakistani foreign secretary warns of “terrible consequences,” while the military said it will consider cutting off anti-terror cooperation if there’s another raid. Pakistan sent two F-16 fighter jets to the bin Laden compound when it learned of the operation—but by that point the Navy SEALs were already gone. Some U.S. intelligence officials believe members of the Pakistani army knowingly aided bin Laden.