Long plagued by frustration and mistrust, the relationship between Pakistan and the US has plunged to its lowest level since the 9/11 attacks. The US has lost its patience and taken the gloves off to make its anger clear, while Pakistan is not conceding simply to demands either.

In the midst of this diplomatic nightmare, this gallery captures the people’s reaction to the growing tension between the two countries. – Text by AFP, Photos by Agencies

A supporter of Jammat-e-Islami (JI) looks on during a protest in Karachi on June 10, 2012, against the government's plan to reopen NATO supplies route to Afghanistan. – Photo by AFP

A man speaks on his mobile phone while another rests his head on his lap on the bumper of an oil tanker used to transport NATO fuel supplies to neighbouring Afghanistan in Karachi, June 10, 2012. – Photo by AP

Supporters of Pakistan Defense Council burn a representation of a US flag at a rally to condemn the reopening of the NATO supply line in Quetta, June 1, 2012. – Photo by AP

Refugee children, who fled their villages due to a crackdown by authorities against militants in Pakistani tribal areas, play a traditional game called "Kabadi", in Islamabad, June 8, 2012. – Photo by AP

According to an AFP tally, 101 US drone strikes were reported in Pakistan in 2010, 64 in 2011 an– File Photo

In this Thursday, June 16, 2011 file photo, villagers offer funeral prayers for people who were reportedly killed by a U.S. drone attack in Miranshah, capital of North Waziristan along the Afghanistan border. – Photo by AP

In this Friday, April 6, 2012 file photo, a supporter of group Jamaat-ud-Dawwa stands on a representation of a US flag before setting it on fire during a protest rally in Karachi. – Photo by AP

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Supporters of Jammat-e-Islami (JI) gather for a protest in Karachi on June 10, 2012, against the Pakistani government's plan to reopen NATO supplies route to Afghanistan. – Photo by AFP

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