Pasha, the ISI’s role in 26/11 ‘admitted’
#Cosmoread: Soon after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, Pakistan’s powerful spy agency ISI chief admitted that some retired members were engaged in the training of those involved in the heinous crime, but refused to take action, a former CIA chief said in a new book.
In his latest book “The Edge of Sports’, Michael Hayden, the former CIA director of the Pakistani leadership” hypocrisy “expressed his deep disappointment when it acts against terrorist groups, particularly al-Qaeda came to, the Taliban and the Haqqani network’s.
They argue that India and Pakistan are not terrorists, the country’s top leadership, especially in the last decade of his army to fight against those who have been made to take on militant groups in the tribal areas, their inability repeatedly expressed as desired by the US, he wrote.
Mumbai terror attack, Hayden, who was head of the CIA said, referring to 2009, it is very clear that many Pakistani fingerprints on the brutality that had seemed.
“I routinely began to harass his counterpart in Pakistan, now Ahmed Shuja Pasha (Military Operations, Pakistan Army’s top job, former director general of operations), on the phone, urging him to get to the bottom of the attack and this obviously is to discuss with us, “he wrote.
“We have no doubt that the attack was the work of, and mounting evidence that Pakistan and blitz direction, where’s the protection and support of ISI took place was there,” Hayden said.
Pasha, the ISI came only a few weeks ago and no previous intelligence, experience, came to the US on Christmas Day and spent most of the next afternoon in his office.
“He worked carefully notes. That some former members of the ISI, Lashkar-e-Taiba (no surprise there) included in their investigations had revealed. Pasha admitted that these unspecified and still also uncaptured retired attackers engaged in some of the training board, but he was especially vague about any detailed direction attackers from Pakistan via cell phone during the attack was found, “Hayden wrote in the book .