Mumbai Case Offers Rare Picture of Ties Between Pakistan’s Intelligence Service, Militants
The confession by a key operative and other evidence gathered by U.S. authorities provides a rare look at the dealings between Pakistan’s powerful Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate and Lashkar-e-Taiba, a Pakistani militant group. The question remains: How much did senior officials know about the attack?
The Mumbai terror attacks have revealed evidence of the extent of the ties of Pakistani intelligence to terrorist groups and the flaws in the U.S fight against Pakistan-based terror.
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