KABUL  - Afghan President Hamid Karzai Sunday urged his Western military allies to change their strategy in the war on terror and instead target extremist hideouts in neighbouring Pakistan. Karzai reiterated allegations that Taliban and Al-Qaeda-linked militants are operating training camps in Pakistan from where they are launching attacks on targets in Afghanistan. The US-backed leader repeated accusations that the Pakistani intelligence community was aiding the rebels, who are trying to topple his govet in an insurgency that has intensified in recent years. "The strategy in the war on terrorism must be changed. The world must focus on terrorist bases, hideouts and training camps," he told reporters in his fortified palace in Kabul, referring to the Pakistani tribal belt. Karzai accused the international community, mainly Western powers which have a military presence in Afghanistan, of not listening to his warnings over Pakistan's involvement in the insurgency in the past. "Afghanistan has repeatedly and constantly informed its allies... about this, about what our neighbouring country's intelligence has been doing in Afghanistan. "It's still not too late. If the international community focuses on the terrorists' bases, hideouts and places where they are being trained and financed the problem is going to solved," he added. Karzai said Pakistan's intelligence services "should give up hopes to have a puppet government" in Kabul as part of a strategy he alleged they were pursuing in Afghanistan. "Our call on friendly Pakistan, its intelligence agency and military is to abandon the hope to have a puppet government in Afghanistan." Karzai warned of the ongoing dangers of civilian casualties. "The war on terrorism is not in Afghan villages," Karzai said. "Therefore, the use of air force in the war against terrorism in the Afghan villages will have no result but causing civilian casualties."