Double game that let bin Laden slip through net | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Double game that let bin Laden slip through net

After 9/11 America made it clear that Pakistan had no choice but to co-operate in the War on Terror — and pressed it to purge the ISI of Taleban and al-Qaeda sympathisers. But it continued to play a double game — most controversially airlifting hundreds, possibly thousands, of Taleban, al-Qaeda and ISI operatives out of the northern Afghan region of Kunduz in November 2001. Later that month more al-Qaeda fighters — probably including bin Laden — escaped from the southeastern Afghan region of Tora Bora by slipping over the border into Pakistan.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One piece in TIMESONLINE demonizing Pakistan over the "dead guy" (aka Osama Bin Laden) was strange enough, but two hit pieces on Pakistan on the same day?!?

Something's up, and it won't be pretty.

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