Osama Bin Laden in Iran

Where is Osama Bin Laden? Conventional wisdom holds that the world’s most-wanted terrorist is hiding in Pakistan. While this may be true, several eyewitness reports and unverified intelligence point to a different location: the Islamic Republic of Iran. Despite its Shiite radicalism, Iran has harbored the Sunni Bin Laden in the past and may even harbor him today.

The idea that Bin Laden could have taken refuge in Iran is controversial, but al-Qaeda’s presence inside the country is well-documented. On January 16, the Treasury Department placed sanctions on several high-level al-Qaeda operatives in Iran. The Department indictment clearly states that some of these operatives helped bring members of Ayman al-Zawahiri’s and Bin Laden’s families to Iran. Bin Laden’s oldest son, for example, was in Iran until September 2008 when he left for Pakistan. If the family of Bin Laden feels safe on Iranian soil, then there is the possibility that Bin Laden himself would also turn to Afghanistan’s western neighbor as a hideout. If the intelligence sources of John Loftus are correct, this is precisely the case, with Bin Laden spending four to six months per year in Iran.

Two former Iranian intelligence officers provided the first eyewitness report of Bin Laden in Iran available to the public when they were interviewed by Richard Miniter for his 2004 book, Shadow War. The one officer even gave his name, Malak Reza, and the other went by the name of “Choopan,” who claimed he was responsible for coordinating Ayatollah Khamenei’s personal intelligence office. Miniter believes they are credible, as they provided the names of two covert Iranian operatives in Europe that had never been publicly identified, and “Choopan” showed photos of him with Iranian-backed terrorists in the 1980s. Miniter also reported on Pentagon documents confirming that Choopan’s intelligence was used to stop an attack on U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Neither officer asked for money in return for their information.

Bin Laden left Afghanistan in December, a fact that is now commonly accepted. From that point, however, Bin Laden’s travel becomes unclear. According to the Iranians, Bin Laden then went to Pakistani Kashmir in January 2002, a claim supported by a Telegraph report from February 23, 2002 that British special forces had begun hunting for him there after Indian intelligence told the CIA that Bin Laden was in the Himalayan Mountains in Kashmir under the protection of the Harkat-ul-Mujhaideen terrorist group.

According to this account, by June of 2002 Bin Laden had traveled again and was in the Baluchistan province of Pakistan that borders Afghanistan and Iran. Mullah Omar, the former head of the Taliban, has been accused by Afghanistan of hiding in Quetta, the capital of this mostly lawless region, a claim substantiated by a captured Taliban spokesperson. This location seems likely, as many members of al-Qaeda have an ethnic Baluch background.

In July 2002, the Pakistani military launched an offensive into the tribal areas where the remnants of al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and their allies had taken refuge. Afraid of being cornered, Bin Laden dispatched a messenger to Ayatollah Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran, with an audio tape requesting safe harbor and funding. In return, Bin Laden offered to allow his networks to be used by the Iranian regime and even promised to tell his followers to follow Khamenei in the event of his demise.

If the story is indeed true, the audiotape seems to have worked. Bin Laden’s four wives and his oldest son, Saad, went to Iran, followed by Bin Laden himself, who crossed on July 26, 2002, near Zabol, a city that sits on the border between Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Bin Laden then traveled north to Mashhad, a location originally identified a transit point for al-Qaeda members traveling via Iran as far back as October 2001, which is still reportedly being used today. After arriving, Bin Laden went west, where he was shuffled by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards between Qazvin and Karaj. The Iranian intelligence officers said that Bin Laden traveled with Ayman al-Zawahiri, who required medical treatment from wounds. Their stay in Iran was not permanent, as they were permitted to cross into Afghanistan through Zabol, their original path of arrival.

This shocking claim that Bin Laden went to Iran in the summer of 2002 is corroborated by Hamid Mir, one of Pakistan’s top journalists, and the only man to interview Bin Laden after the attacks of September 11, 2001. Mir is currently writing a biography of Bin Laden using his vast contacts among al-Qaeda, Taliban and other terrorist operatives. Mir has said that in July 2002, members of al-Qaeda approached him offering to arrange another interview with Bin Laden. “They said that if you are ready to go to Iran without [a] passport we can arrange your meeting,” Mir says.

Bin Laden’s personal chef, Haji Mohamad Akram, has likewise claimed, in an interview with The Christian Science Monitor, that Bin Laden was offered safe haven by Iran. Akram believes that Bin Laden went to Iran after finding refuge in Iran because other al-Qaeda leaders he spoke to said that was where they were headed. According to the Monitor, the “detailed picture he offers of bin Laden’s last days in Tora Bora, and his possible escape to Iran, correspond with accounts from previous Monitor interviews with other bin Laden associates.” Michael Ledeen in his book The Iranian Time Bomb says that in December 2001, he was told “by usually well-informed Iranians that Bin Laden would go to Iran and ‘be disappeared,’” ending his frequent public appearances.

In 2003, another Iranian source began providing information on Bin Laden’s location in Iran that substantiates the timeline provided by the two Iranian intelligence officers and the other sources. Congressman Curt Weldon, then-vice chairman of the House Armed Services Committee and House Homeland Security Committee, had been receiving intelligence from “Ali,” an Iranian exile who was a former minister in the government of the Shah and had contacts deep inside Iran. This information provided advance warning of Iranian operations and even of terrorist attacks that ultimately proved accurate.

According to “Ali,” in 2003 Bin Laden and Zawahiri were in a “five-building settlement, a few miles from Ladiz in Baluchistan” in Iran, 80 kilometers southeast of Zahedan, where he was receiving medical treatment. It should be noted that on January 16, 2009, the Treasury Department blacklisted an al-Qaeda operative who they claim ran a network in Zahedan. On March 21, “Ali” received information that the two had moved from Ladiz to Kerman to Saltanabad, a northern suburb of Tehran. Ali also said that Iran agreed to harbor Bin Laden in return for his assistance in “on-going projects.”

In May 2003, Ali informed Weldon that Ayatollah Khamenei had again met with Bin Laden and that they were discussing moving Bin Laden out of Tehran. On August 25, 2003, Ali confirmed to Weldon that Bin Laden had left Tehran but he did not know where he currently was. Then, on September 4, 2003, Ali said there was a 50 percent chance that Bin Laden had left Iran. This constant moving around in Iran and Afghanistan is similar to the description of Bin Laden’s travel provided by the two officers who talked to Miniter.

In June 2003, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty supplied additional evidence for Bin Laden being in Iran at this precise time. “A confidential Italian intelligence report submitted in early June asserts the al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was in Iran in May, Milan’s Corriere della Serra reported on June. In early May, bin Laden and seven Arab extremists met in Tehran to plan attacks in Italy, Pakistan, and Turkey,” RFE/RL reported.

The two Iranian intelligence officers told Miniter that on October 23, 2003, they personally saw Bin Laden, which Miniter described as “the first recent eyewitness account of Bin Laden ever reported” when his book was published in 2004. The two officers were in Najmabad, less than an hour from Tehran. The two officers provided a detailed description of the briefing room where they were with officers from the Revolutionary Guards. Suddenly, an officer entered and ordered the occupants on the room to leave to make room for “foreign visitors.” The two officers looked outside and claimed that they saw Osama Bin Laden, Zawahiri, their bodyguards and other al-Qaeda operatives step out of a three-car convoy. They reported that Bin Laden had trimmed his beard and was wearing a black turban to look like an Iranian cleric. If true, this may explain why Bin Laden has decided to stick to releasing audiotapes instead of videotapes.

On December 23, 2003, WorldNetDaily.com reported that a “respected Islamic leader,” who wished to remain anonymous, said that Bin Laden was in Iran. The leader said that “a group of Arabs who recently spent time in the desert area shared by Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran, are claiming the most wanted man in the world is ‘definitely in Iran.’”

On May 3, 2004, Ali told Weldon that “the last information we have about Bin Laden is that four months ago [January 2004] he was in a villa near Karadj. We don’t know where he has moved.” According to Kenneth Timmerman’s 2005 book, Countdown to Crisis, Ali sent Weldon information on Bin Laden’s location in June 2004 so specific that he even planned to travel alongside a former CIA contractor into Iran to get him until CIA Director Tenet told him not to upon learning of Weldon’s plan.

In late 2004, Zawahiri, again dressed like an Iranian cleric, held meetings with Iranian government officials including a top aide to Ayatollah Khamenei and two Revolutionary Guards generals. Citing “sources with direct knowledge of these meetings,” Timmerman writes that Bin Laden arrived during the second day, again dressed like an Iranian cleric and with an IV inserted into his hand, looking “frail and old.” The meeting concluded with plans for Bin Laden to meet with former President Rafsanjani in the spring of 2005.

The last pieces of information publicly available about Bin Laden’s possible presence in Iran came in 2006. Michael Ledeen, well-known friend of the Iranian democracy movement, wrote in National Review Online on January 9, “according to Iranians I trust, Osama bin Laden finally departed this world in mid-December. The al Qaeda leader died of kidney failure and was buried in Iran, where he had spent most of his time since the destruction of al Qaeda in Afghanistan. The Iranians who reported this note that this year’s message in conjunction with the Muslim Haj came from his number two, Ayman al-Zawahiri, for the first time.” Two months later, Rep. Weldon said that “Ali” told him that Bin Laden had died in Iran, indicating this may have been a case of circular reporting. When Bin Laden released audiotapes soon after this claim, Rep. Weldon admitted that Ali may have been deliberately misled.

This error, though, should not discredit all of Ali’s past information, especially considering the corroboration described here and the accuracy of his past reports. The fact that none of the timeframes for Bin Laden’s location in the above information is contradictory, despite being from various sources, lends credence to these reports.

However, the U.S. intelligence community seems certain that Bin Laden is in Pakistan, and they have reasons for believing so. There is no recent public confirmation of Bin Laden’s presence in Iran. In addition, scientists from the UCLA recently made headlines when they finished a groundbreaking study, billed as “the first scientific approach to establishing his [Bin Laden] current location,” which concluded that Bin Laden was in one of three walled compounds in Parachinar, the capital of Pakistan’s Kurram Agency in the lawless tribal areas. They have good reason to believe he is there today, and indeed he may be. Gary Berntsen, the commander of the CIA unit hunting Bin Laden in Afghanistan after 9/11, says that on December 16, 2001, Bin Laden is believed to have fled to this location. It is quite possible that they are right, and Bin Laden has moved out of Iran to this area or that he frequently moves between Iran and Pakistan.

“We will kill bin Laden. We will crush al Qaeda. That has to be our biggest national security priority,” President Obama said during his presidential debate with Senator John McCain on October 7, 2009. Whether Bin Laden is in Iran, or Parachinar, or some other area of Pakistan, the Obama Administration must follow every lead to locate him


By Ryan Mauro

Ryan Mauro is the founder of WorldThreats.com and the Assistant-Director of Intelligence at C2I. He’s also the National Security Researcher for the Christian Action Network and a published author. He can be contacted at TDCAnalyst@aol.com.

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Mr.Obama: How is US safe when visas are issued from Taliban’s Pakistan?

How is the United States or any other country safe when terrorists can fly from Pakistan freely and when the government of Pakistan will give a clean chit of character for terrorists?  How is the nuclear arsenal any safe in Pakistan where Taliban control more than half of the country? How is the world countries safe when the rogue nuclear scientist A.Q.Khan who openly admitted to selling nuclear secrets to Iran Libya and North Korea?


With the recent Pakistani government’s announcement that they have reached an agreement with the Taliban to allow strict Islamic law, or Sharia, to be implemented in parts of North West Frontier Province and strongly rejecting Washington’s call for tougher measures against militants. Pakistan has formally announced the talibanisation of Pakistan, Pakistan’s previous dealings with the Taliban have only given the fundamentalist Islamic militia time to regroup and gain more ground. Pakistani Taliban gained sway by beheading foreigners as well as local people, burning girl’s schools and attacking US and NATO forces. The Obama administration said that the earlier accord allowed these Islamic terrorists to regroup and rearm and urged Pakistan’s government to concentrate on military solutions to the insurgency in the rugged frontier region, where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden is believed to be hiding.

This is simply a great surrender, a surrender to a handful of forces who work through rough justice and brute force,” said Athar Minallah, a lawyer and civil rights activist. “Who will be accountable for those hundreds of people who have been massacred in Swat? And they go and recognize these forces as a political force. This is pathetic.”

Speaking in India, President Obama’s special envoy for the region, Richard Holbrooke, said the rise of the Taliban in Swat was a reminder that the U.S., and India face “an enemy which poses direct threats to our leadership, our capitals and our people.”


It marks a major concession by the Pakistani government for Taliban militants who have made significant advances inside the country. The government will recognize sharia for the entire Malakand Division, which includes the Swat district, the chief minister of North West Frontier Province Amir Haider Hoti announced Monday in a news conference. Islamic law is already being practiced in the area, where the Taliban have absolute control.


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Mr.Obama: ¿Cómo está seguro EE.UU. cuando se expidan los visados de los talibanes de Pakistán

¿Cómo son los países del mundo de seguridad cuando los terroristas pueden volar desde Pakistán a los EE.UU. o en cualquier otro país libremente cuando el gobierno de Pakistán dará un limpio Chit del carácter de los terroristas? ¿Cómo es el arsenal nuclear de cualquier caja fuerte en Pakistán, donde el control de los talibanes más de la mitad del país? ¿Cómo es el mundo en países seguros cuando la picaresca científico nuclear AQKhan admitió abiertamente que a la venta de secretos nucleares a Libia, Irán y Corea del Norte?

Con el reciente anuncio del gobierno paquistaní que han llegado a un acuerdo con los talibanes para permitir la estricta ley islámica, o Sharia, que se apliquen en partes del noroeste de la Provincia de la Frontera y rechazar enérgicamente la llamada de Washington para medidas más duras contra los militantes. Pakistán ha anunciado oficialmente la talibanisation de Pakistán, Pakistán anteriores relaciones con los talibanes han dado la milicia fundamentalista islámica tiempo para reagruparse y ganar más terreno. Talibanes pakistaníes influencia adquirida por la decapitación de extranjeros, así como la población local, la quema de las escuelas de niñas y atacar a EE.UU. y las fuerzas de la OTAN. La administración de Obama dijo que el anterior acuerdo permite a estos terroristas para reagruparse y rearmarse, y el gobierno de Pakistán instó a concentrarse en las soluciones militares a la insurgencia en la accidentada región fronteriza, donde al-Qaida Osama bin Laden líder que se cree que es la clandestinidad.
Esto es simplemente una gran entrega, una entrega a un puñado de fuerzas que trabajan por la justicia y áspero la fuerza bruta “, dijo Athar Minallah, un abogado y activista de derechos civiles.” ¿Quién será responsable de los cientos de personas que han sido masacrados en matar? Y van y reconocer a estas fuerzas como una fuerza política. Esto es patético “.
Haciendo uso de la palabra en la India, el Presidente Obama del enviado especial para la región, Richard Holbrooke, dijo que el aumento de los talibanes de Swat, en un recordatorio de que los EE.UU., y la India se enfrentan a “un enemigo que plantea amenazas directas a nuestros dirigentes, nuestras capitales y nuestro pueblo. ”

Se trata de una importante concesión por el Gobierno paquistaní para que los militantes talibanes han logrado avances significativos en el interior del país. El gobierno reconocerá la sharia, para toda la División de Malakand, que incluye el distrito de Swat, el primer ministro de la Provincia de la Frontera Noroeste Amir Haider Hoti anunció lunes en una conferencia de prensa. La ley islámica ya se practica en la zona, donde los talibanes tienen el control absoluto.

Australian Ripper: Muslim cleric & six Muslim followers jailed for plotting terror

 A Muslim cleric and six Islamic followers were jailed for up to 15 years Tuesday for forming an Islamic terror cell that plotted bomb attacks designed to kill thousands. “The Islamic organization fostered and encouraged its members to engage in violent jihad — to perform a terrorist act,” Judge Bernard Bongiorno told Victoria State’s Supreme Court after Australia’s biggest terrorism trial.
 Firebrand Islamic cleric Abdul Nacer Benbrika, 48, was jailed for 15 years, of which he must serve at least 12 years, while his Muslim followers received minimum terms of between four and seven-and-a-half years. Algerian-born Benbrika had urged them to target large crowds at sports matches or a train station to pressure the Australian government to withdraw its soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan, the court heard. Benbrika had said it was “permissible to kill women, children and the aged,” prosecutors said. Material seized from the group included bomb-making instructions and video tapes with messages from Osama bin Laden. The men referred to themselves as mujahedeen, or holy warriors, and considered violent jihad an integral part of their religious obligations, said Bongiorno. They were arrested in November 2005 after the government strengthened laws to detain those in the early stages of planning terror acts after the London transport bombings in July that year. Describing Benbrika as an “unskilled fanatic,” Bongiorno said he sought explosives training from an undercover police officer and “all of the evidence points inexorably to a conclusion that he maintains his position with respect to violent jihad.” Benbrika was so committed to violent jihad, Bongiorno said, that he had talked about continuing the group’s activities behind bars if its members were jailed. While the group had not chosen a specific target or carried out an attack, the judge said they had shown no remorse, and did not appear to have renounced their beliefs. “The existence of the… Islamic terrorist organization constituted a significant threat that a Islamic terrorist act would be or would have, by now, been committed here,” the judge said. “The absence of an imminent, let alone an actual, terrorist attack does not mean that condign punishment is not warranted in this case.” After eight months of evidence the jurors found Benbrika guilty of directing a terrorist organisation and the other six — Aimen Joud, 24, Fadl Sayadi, 28, Abdullah Merhi, 23, Ezzit Raad, 27, Ahmed Raad, 25 and Amer Haddara, 29 — guilty of being members.
rgn_accused_wideweb__470x2312Ahmed Raad, Ezzit Raad and Joud were also convicted of intentionally making funds available to a terrorist organisation, while Joud and Benbrika were found guilty of possessing a CD connected with the preparation of a terrorist act. Bongiorno jailed Joud and Ahmed Raad for a minimum seven-and-a-half years each, Sayadi for six years, Ezzit Raad for five years and nine months, Haddara for four-and-a-half years and Merhi for four years. An eighth man, Izzydeen Atik, pleaded guilty in August 2007 and was jailed for five-and-a-half years.



باكستان دعما صريحا من آل القاعدة وطالبان

الحكومة الباكستانية والجيش القوي تحد سافر للولايات المتحدة فى الحرب ضد الارهاب لا تسمح الولايات المتحدة وقوات حلف شمال الاطلسي لمحاربة القاعدة وطالبان في الاراضي الباكستانية. أساسا ، مما يجعل كلا من هذه المجموعات الارهابية المحمية وكذلك تعزيزه. آخر عمل الحكومة الباكستانية لا يظهر ، وليس ملتزما التي تقودها الولايات المتحدة في “الحرب على الارهاب” ولكن رئيسي والحماية الفعالة للطالبان والقاعدة ، وكذلك بسبب الهجمات تحولت الى هدنة قبل أن تنتهي المهمة. الحكومة الباكستانية والجيش القوي وعدم الالتزام في مكافحة الارهاب الاسلامي يؤثر على الكثيرين منا — غالبية خطيرة مؤامرات ارهابية في الولايات المتحدة وأوروبا والمملكة المتحدة في أن يؤدي بطريقة ما إلى باكستان ، والذي أصبح أيضا إطلاق وسادة لتنامي حركة التمرد في افغانستان المجاورة.
الإسلام وباكستان هما الأكثر أهمية توحيد قوى كل الارهابيين. في السنوات الأخيرة ان الايديولوجيا الاسلامية الراديكالية في الشرق الأوسط من المتشددين مثل بن لادن قد انتشر بين قبائل البشتون في باكستان ، وتقديم لغة جديدة ومبررات قديمة الاستياء ضد السلطة المركزية ، والذي دعم الأفكار الجديدة عن «العالمية الهجوم على الإسلام من جانب الغرب وقوية تدعو إلى ‘الجهاد’.
استمرار العنف في جنوب غرب آسيا لشرح بسيط : طالبان ، المعاد بعد هزيمة 2001 ، وبمساعدة من تنظيم القاعدة اسامة بن لادن والمساعدين الرئيسيين مثل ايمن الظواهري وابو يحيى الليبي ، وتقاتل في طريق عودتهم إلى السلطة في أفغانستان ، وربما الأسوأ من ذلك ، تحقق تقدما سريعا نحو الاستيلاء على السلطة في باكستان قادر على حمل رؤوس نووية.
في السنوات الأخيرة أصبح من الواضح بشكل متزايد أن بن لادن وجماعة القاعدة تمكنت من اعادة بناء نسخة من البنى التحتية الارهابية في باكستان التي كانت موجودة في أفغانستان في أواخر التسعينيات.
من المتطوعين ، وكثير منهم من بريطانيا ، قد سافر في دفق مستمر الى معسكرات تدريب. فقد تضمنت أعضاء رئيسيين من 26 نوفمبر 2008 في تفجيرات مومباي في الهند ، 9 / 11 و 7 / 7 لندن مؤامرة تفجير والمحكومين في الآونة الأخيرة عملية الشق المحاكمة. جديدة ‘القيادة العليا’ ، بما فيها نسبة كبيرة من المصريين والسعوديين ، وقد اتخذت على مهمة توجيه ضربات في جميع أنحاء العالم ، وتوفير المساعدة التقنية والمالية لاختيار الحلفاء في افغانستان.
الرئيس السابق الجنرال برويز مشرف للجدل قد وقعت اتفاق سلام مع حركة طالبان من باكستان مقرا لها الجماعات ، مما أدى إلى تأكيد جديد للعرض من قبل متشددين اسلاميين في تلك التي يسيطر عليها البشتون ، التي تتمتع بشبه حكم ذاتي في المناطق الحدودية.
حكومة أفغانستان منذ فترة طويلة اتهم باكستان بدعم طالبان والقاعدة ، ولكن من الناحية العملية باكستان بدعم تيار التشدد الاسلامي.

Pakistan’s open support to Al- Qaeda and Taliban


Pakistani government and it’s powerful military’s open defiance of US in the war against terror by not permitting US and NATO forces to battle Al- Qaeda’s and Taliban in Pakistani territory. Essentially making both these terror groups protected as well as strengthened. The latest Pakistani government action not only shows, its not  being committed to the US-led “war on terror” but effective protection of mainline Taliban and al-Qaeda and also because offensives turned into truces before the job was finished. Pakistani government and it’s powerful military’s non- commitment to the fight against Islamic terror affects many of us – the majority of serious terror plots in the US Europe and UK lead back in some way to Pakistan, which has also become a launch pad for the growing insurgency in neighboring Afghanistan.


Islam and Pakistan are the two most important uniting forces of all terrorists. In recent years the radical Islamic ideology of Middle Eastern militants such as bin Laden has spread among the Pashtun tribes in Pakistan, providing a new language and justification for age-old resentments against central authority, buttressed by new ideas about ‘the global attack on Islam by the West’ and a powerful call to ‘jihad’.



The ongoing violence in south-west Asia is simple to explain: the Taliban, reconstituted after the defeat of 2001, and with the help of al-Qaeda’s Osama bin Laden and his key lieutenants such as Ayman al-Zawahiri and Abu Yahya al-Libi, are battling their way back to power in Afghanistan and, perhaps worse, fast making progress towards seizing power in nuclear-capable Pakistan.

Over recent years it has become increasingly obvious that bin Laden’s al-Qaeda group has been able to rebuild a version of the terrorist infrastructure in Pakistan that existed in Afghanistan in the late Nineties.


Volunteers, many of them British, have traveled in a steady stream to training camps. They have included key members of the Nov 26, 2008 Mumbai blasts in India, 9/11 and 7/7 London bombing plot and those convicted in the recent Operation Crevice trial. A new ‘high command’, including a high proportion of Egyptians and Saudis, has taken on the task of directing strikes around the globe, and providing technical and financial assistance to chosen allies in Afghanistan.


Ex- President General Pervez Musharraf had signed a controversial peace deal with the Pakistan-based Taliban groups, which has resulted in a new assertiveness displayed by the Islamic radicals in these Pashtun-dominated, semi-autonomous border areas.

Afghanistan government has long accused Pakistan of supporting the Taliban and al-Qaeda, but practically Pakistan have supported the tide of Islamic militancy.



Taliban in Karachi, Pakistan





Pakistan öppen stöd till Al – Qaeda och Talisman

Pakistansk regering och it’s kraftfull militärisk öppen utmaningen av OSS inne om krig emot skräck vid inte tillåt OSS och NATO pressar till strid Al – Qaeda’s och Talisman i Pakistansk territorium. Väsentligen tillverkningen båda de här skräck grupperna beskyddat likaledes så styrka. Den senast Pakistansk regering handling inte enda bortsett frän visar , dess inte varelse engagerade till OSS – smal avsats ” krig på skräck ” utom effektiv säkringen av fastland Talisman och al Qaeda samt emedan offensiv vände in i truck framför uppgiften var färdig. Pakistansk regering och it’s kraftfull militärisk icke- förpliktelsen till kämpa mot Islamabad skräck föreger många av oss majoriteten av allvarlig skräck komplotterna inne om OSS Europa och UK leda rygg i något väg till Pakistan , vilken har också bli en sjösätta madrassera för växandet upprorisk i neighboring Afghanistan. Islamabad och Pakistan de/vi/du/ni är den två mest viktig förenande pressar om alla terroristen. I de senare år den radikaler Islamabad ideologien av Mellersta Östlig militant sådan som kassen Lastad har breda ut bland den Pashtun folkstam i Pakistan , skaffande en ny språk och rättfärdiganden för ålder – gammal förbittring emot central myndighet , strävpelaren vid ny idéerna omkring ‘the global anfalla på Islamabad vid den Väster och en kraftfull kalla till ‘jihad’. Den ongoing våldsamhet i söder – väster Asien är enkel till förklara : den Talisman , rekonstruera efter nederlagen av 2001, och med det hjälp av al Qaeda’s Osama kassen Lastad och hans nyckel löjtnant sådan som Ayman al Zawahiri och Abu Yahya al Libi , de/vi/du/ni är strid deras väg en till förmåga i Afghanistan och , kanske plågsam , fort tillverkningen framsteg förestående gripa förmåga i kärn- – skicklig Pakistan. Över i de senare år den har bli alltmer tydlig så pass kassen Lastad al Qaeda grupp er blitt köpa duktig ombygger en version om terroristen infrastructure i Pakistan så pass existerat i Afghanistan inne om sen Nittio. Volunteers , många av dem Engelsk , har rest i en stadig ström till bildning läger. De har omfattat nyckel medlemmen om Nov 26, 2008 Mumla tryckvåg i Indien , 9/11 och 7/7 London bomb jordbit och den här dömt inne om ny Operation Skreva prov. EN ny ‘high befalla , inklusive en hög proportion av Egyptier och Saudis , har tog på det arbetsuppgift av rätning strejk runt omkring kulan , och skaffande teknisk och finansiellt hjälp till väljare bundsförvant i Afghanistan. ex- President General Förvränga Musharraf har undertecknat en kontroversiell fred ha att göra med den Pakistan – baserat Talisman grupperna , vilken har vara resultatet i en ny assertiveness förvisat vid den Islamabad radikaler i de här Pashtun – dominera , semi- – autonom kant områdena. Afghanistan regering har lång anklagat Pakistan av stöttande den Talisman och al Qaeda , utom praktisk Pakistan har stöttat den tidvatten av Islamabad militant.

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