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    Saturday, August 09, 2008

    Internet Anthropology and the GWOT

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    We are entering a new era of Internet warfare, "New uses and discoveries for the INTERNET will center on "PROCESS" & "ORGANIZATION".

    The Internet can be turned against the Terrorist, but there doesn't seem to be much cooperation
    between government agencys. Turf, methods and Intel are still cloistered.

    There is a classification of "Security Anthropologist" but the work I do is a little different,
    it is Internet Anthropology.
    I am defining Internet Anthropology in this case as the study and research of the interactive interfacing of human culture with this technology the Internet.

    And my studies have take me into the war arena looking for ways to implement this information into methods of Intel collection. With the focus on actionable Intel.

    We have written white papers for the Air Force, "Dominating the Internet Domain", to White papers for the Army and Department of Home Land Security.
    And an invitation to speak at the Chinese The 16th World Congress of IUAES, on Social Change Engines.
    And the International Conference Organized by the Turkish National Police on Democracy and Global Security use our Intel and site in presentations.

    Some of my conversations with the Government's genius lead anthropologists Brian R SelmeskiCiv USAF AETC AU/CFA, have been very enlightining, and excitiing.

    There is a open field in the study of Internet anthropology and its uses in the GWOT.

    Gray Intelligence

    Observation, synthesis and action are the essence of applied Anthropology.

    The application of these ethnographic studies can make the Internet work against the Terrorists.

    We continue to work these advantages and drive new uses for Internet technology.

    We have over 100,000 BSU's on call.

    And I want to thank our Civilian Battalion ( 4 companies ) for their hard and diligent work.

    Internet Anthropologist.

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    Russia's oil War ?

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    Oil WAR?

    By Gerald: Internet Anthropologist


    The new conflict between Russia and Georgia is a fight Georgia cannot win even with USA's weapons and Training. Some of the historians will remember a like conflict WWII.

    Germany had advanced technology's, and toys, but they still lost overwhelmed by the volume of Allied resources. Tiger Tanks against the American Tanks, nicknamed by the troops as Ronsons ( cig. lighters ) because they lit up with one strike. Rockets, jets and the words biggest cannons were no match for the Allied volume of materials,

    Same case in Georgia, they will put up an excelllent fight very high kill ratios, but in the end will be defeated by Russias capablity to flood Gerogia with war materials.

    If USA backs Gerogia, Russia's paradigm is to side with USA foes somewhere else as payback.

    I'm still getting a Backgrounder on Georgia and Russias relationsips and not fully up to speed, so there may be considerations I'm not aware of.


    DEBKAfile’s geopolitical experts note that on the surface level, the Russians are backing the separatists of S. Ossetia and neighboring Abkhazia as payback for the strengthening of American influence in tiny Georgia and its 4.5 million inhabitants. However, more immediately, the conflict has been sparked by the race for control over the pipelines carrying oil and gas out of the Caspian region.

    The Russians may just bear with the pro-US Georgian president Mikhail Saakashvili’s ambition to bring his country into NATO. But they draw a heavy line against his plans and those of Western oil companies, including Israeli firms, to route the oil routes from Azerbaijan and the gas lines from Turkmenistan, which transit Georgia, through Turkey instead of hooking them up to Russian pipelines.

    Saakashvili need only back away from this plan for Moscow to ditch the two provinces’ revolt against Tbilisi. As long as he sticks to his guns, South Ossetia and Abkhazia will wage separatist wars.

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    Taliban's city of Nuh ( 52 )

    In the name of Allah , the most Gracious, the most merciful.

    Taliban's city of Nuh ( 52 ), is in Pakistan.
    No bearer of burden shall bear the burden of another. al Qaeda want all Islam to bear the burden of their 911.
    And it is He that causes death and brings life. He rains death on the Taliban.

    So prostrate to Allah and serve Him, not the Taliban.
    Seek refuge with Allah from the cursed shaytan, Taliban.

    Or are they tyrants with the authority to do as they like?
    Bomb market places, bomb Mosques, kill Muslms, women and children.
    Burn schools, cut out tongues?

    Or have the Taliban a God other than Allah, Bin Laden?
    And verily, for those who do wrong, there is another punishment before this,
    but most of the Taliban know not.

    And judgment will surely come to pass.
    Cursed be the liars.

    So a thunder bolt over took them while they gazed,
    and the Taliban leaders were not able to rise up,
    nor were they able to defend themselves.
    And the people of Nuh ( Taliban ) were a transgressing people.

    Flee ye therefore unto Allah, surely I am a plain warner
    unto you, from Him.
    And do not set up with Allah another God ( Bin Laden ) .
    surely I am a plain warner unto you, from Him.

    Then turn your back upon the Taliban.
    Woe to those who disbelieve, because of their day they are threatened with.

    Excerpted from the Quran.

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    Friday, August 08, 2008

    Taliban inflitration

    Taliban operative in Sindh, Lahore: Maulvi Umer
    Updated at: 2340 PST, Monday, August 04, 2008
    Taliban operative in Sindh, Lahore: Maulvi Umer KARACHI: Spokesman Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan, Maulvi Umer has said that Taliban are operative in Lahore and across Sindh including Karachi.

    In an interview to a foreign radio, he said Karachi is a focal point for the whole world including India.

    The presence of Taliban in Karachi will ensure elimination of vulgarity, obscenity and influence of foreign forces in the city.

    Karachi is the largest business city of the country and there is need for peace here. The peace is embedded in Islam and its teachings.


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    Thursday, August 07, 2008

    Afghan, Paki update

    Afghanistan: Mapping the rising violence

    Click to view map of attacks in Afghanistan by province, 2007 versus 2008.

    By Chris Radin and Bill Roggio

    Attacks in Afghanistan by province, 2007 versus 2008. Click to view chart.

    Afghanistan has seen its worst bout of violence since the US overthrew the Taliban government in 2002. Taliban-related attacks and incidents have skyrocketed as the Taliban seeks to destabilize and de-legitimize the weak Afghan government and break NATO's will to fight a protracted counterinsurgency campaign.

    The number of Taliban-related incidents per day has jumped by almost 50 percent, according to data compiled by Vigilant Strategic Services Afghanistan. The data compares the Taliban-related incidents from the Jan. 1 to July 13 time periods in 2007 versus 2008.

    Afghanistan experienced 18.4 attacks per day in 2008 compared to 12.4 in 2007. Much of the violence can be traced back to Pakistan's lawless border region, where the Taliban openly control wide swaths of territory.

    More than two-thirds of the Taliban-related violence has occurred in nine of Afghanistan's 34 provinces. Each of the nine provinces borders Pakistan and seven of them border the volatile tribal areas where the Taliban and al Qaeda have a de facto sanctuary and maintain more than 100 camps.

    SOURCE: More:


    Some Afghan MPs back Taliban, drugs trade -official

    Wed Aug 6, 2008 3:38am EDT

    KABUL, Aug 6 (Reuters) - A senior Afghan intelligence official has accused a number of parliamentarians of supporting Taliban insurgents, Afghan newspapers said on Wednesday.

    Afghan and foreign troops are struggling to contain the growing Taliban insurgency while President Hamid Karzai's government is also coming under increasing international pressure to rein in rampant corruption fed by the booming drugs trade.

    The deputy head of the National Directorate of Security (NDS), Dr. Abdullah, told parliament on Tuesday that a "number of delegates" in the parliament "supported drug traffickers and terrorists", several newspapers reported on Wednesday.

    Abdullah, who uses only one name, did not elaborate and did not name any politicians.


    MQM ready to counter Taliban threat

    * Sattar says extremists trying to plot ethnic, sectarian violence with variety of weapons

    Staff Report

    KARACHI: A day after the Pakistani Taliban said it was targeting Karachi, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leaders declared that they had proof the Taliban were plotting to "spread ethnic and sectarian violence" with a variety of weapons but the party was prepared to counter the threat.

    "After this open announcement from the Taliban, can these religious and political personalities still deny the conspiracy of Talibanization in Karachi?" asked MQM Rabita Committee Deputy Convener Dr Farooq Sattar at a press conference at party headquarters Nine Zero Tuesday. In an interview with BBC Urdu on Monday, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan spokesman Maulvi Umar said that they aimed to establish themselves in Karachi. Umar said that the MQM was working on the agenda of foreign agencies and was responsible for terrorism in Karachi.

    At his press conference, the MQM's Sattar referred to these words and demanded the government do something to stop the spread of 'Talibanisation' and investigate the sources of its funding and weapons. The Rabita Committee deputy convenor reiterated the MQM's anti-extremism stance. This was their "true cause" he said. The MQM sees religious extremism as a threat to peace in the country and has organized many rallies in Karachi, attended by hundreds of thousands of people, to raise public awareness.

    Over the last few months, MQM chief Altaf Hussain has been warning of what he referred to as signs of Talibanization.


    Lot going on, things moving fast.



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    Wednesday, August 06, 2008

    Memories, Burning hackers.

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    Iranian art boom - 2006-2008

    Iranian art boom - 2006-2008: "progress report" [Aug 08]

    In two years, Dubai has clearly affirmed itself on the global art market with the first edition of Art Dubai in 2007 - inviting some 30 galleries from around the globe - and with the establishment of both Christie's (2006) and Bonhams (2008) in the city. Since their arrival, the two action houses have been selling works by modern and contemporary artists from Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon and Iran and they have succeeded in fostering growing demand as well as significant price inflation. The Dubai prices represented his record.

    Carried by the financial strength of the United Arab Emirates and the increasingly global reach of its national investors, Iranian artists are becoming increasingly popular among regional collectors.
    For example, on the 31 October 2007 the Dubai office of Christie's sold works by Shirin NESHAT above the 100,000 dollars line for the first time. Shirin Neshat is the most well-known contemporary Iranian artist on the international scene and his works have been selling at auctions since 2000 in London and New York.

    The best-known Iranian sculptor, Parviz TANAVOLI, aged 71, was in fact absent from the auction world until 2007. However, the success in Dubai in 2006 of the younger Iranian artist, Farhad Moshiri, appears to have had a considerable and belated knock-on effect on Tanavoli's market prices. His first works to appear at auction generated between 65,000 and 85,000 dollars (February 2007). In October of the same year the hammer fell at 280,000 dollars (Christie's Dubai) and in April 2008, he became the most expensive living Iranian artist when a unique piece he created in 1975 entitled The Wall (Oh Persepolis) fetched no less than 2.5 million dollars. The stele cast in bronze and standing nearly 2 metres high had been estimated by Christie's at 400 to 600 thousand dollars.

    Like Shirin Neshat's work, the creations of Farhad MOSHIRI (aged 45 and born in the Iranian city of Shiraz) reflect both Iranian and Western culture. He studied art in California before returning to Teheran in 1991 where he has lived ever since. His works have been exhibited around the world including Rome, London, Berlin, New-York and Geneva. In 2003, his installation at the sixth Sharjah biennial entitled Golden Love super Deluxe attracted much comment: a collector's showcase containing mixed objects – bullets, mobile phones, cherubs and Walt Disney figurines – all coated with a fine layer of gold… an ironical transformation of diverse objects from the spheres of war, technology and popular culture into "precious items". Three years after the Biennial, Christie's in Dubai presented Moshiri's first canvas to appear at auction: a satellite view of Iran. The work sold for 40,000 dollars, four times the high-end estimate, and giving the artist a powerful start to his future auction momentum: collectors clearly have deep pockets for Moshiri. A year after that result, a satellite view of the world made of 95,000 Swarovski crystals demolished its original estimate of 60 to 80 thousand dollars when it sold for 500 thousand dollars! This rocketing success has continued in 2008 with a brilliant work using the same crystals and entitled, Eshgh (Love), which fetched 900,000 dollars last March at Bonhams Dubai.
    The vitality of the Middle-Eastern market is giving a number of young Iranian artists a healthy price index on the secondary art market. The work of two Iranian women, Shirin ALIABADI and Shadi GHADIRIAN (born in 1973 and 1974 respectively), considers the contradictions that women face in Iran with humour. The Shadi Ghadirian's photos use the obsolete aesthetic of 19th century photography to show veiled women with contemporary objects. Her most famous piece, Stereo, sold for £9,000 (over $18,000) in 2007 (Sotheby's, London). In October 2007, Christie's Dubai generated a bid of 50,000 dollars for a painting by Afshin PIRHASHEMI (born 1974) entitled Those four Days. This was only his second auction appearance. Just a month earlier in Paris, Artcurial sold his painting Memory for 6,000 euros… In April 2008, one had to bid up to 110,000.00 dollars for his triptych untitled Lonely created in 2005 (Christie's Dubai).
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    Karachi ready to fall?

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    Photo by Gerald

    Taliban can take control of Karachi anytime: TTP

    * TTP warns Altaf to end 'kingdom' in Karachi
    * Militant action across country if Swat operation not stopped

    By Hasbanullah Khan

    KHAR: The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) warned Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain on Tuesday to "immediately end his kingdom in Karachi", saying the time was ripe for the Taliban to gain control of the city.

    "This is a warning for Altaf Hussain to cease his statements against the Taliban and end his kingdom in Karachi, otherwise we will launch attacks against the MQM and its leaders once we are given the go-ahead by Baitullah Mehsud," TTP chief Maulana Faqeer Muhammad and spokesman Maulvi Umar told a joint press conference at Inayat Kalay. According to Online, Umar boasted that the Taliban had 'massive' support of Karachi's residents and Mehsud could take control of the city whenever he wanted to.

    The spokesmen said the TTP was "prepared to wage jihad to counter United States and NATO forces in the Tribal Areas" and had established anti-aircraft "missile systems" along the Pak-Afghan border for this purpose.

    Militant action: The TTP spokesmen also warned that they would instigate militant action across the country if the government did not stop the ongoing military operation in Swat and continued to pursue a military option in the Tribal Areas.

    Umar said that, on the directives of Baitullah Mehsud, the TTP had convened special meetings of Taliban commanders to design a strategy against the government if the military operations continued. He said that the organisation had given a "positive response" to the government's proposals for peace. However, he added, neither the federal nor the provincial government had stood by their promises to continue dialogue with the Taliban to maintain law and order. Umar said that the TTP had established a special squad, comprised of a large number of male and female suicide bombers aged between 10 and 20, to target top government officials.


    If Paki yells HELP, How long would it take USA to respond militarily?

    USA just got a 'warm up message'.

    USA should be in the batters cage 'just in case'.
    They yell : USA is there. Thats how it should go,
    hit Taliban and al Qaeda hard and fast.

    Jis waitin fer a haid nod....


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    Tuesday, August 05, 2008

    NYC arraingment: Siddiqui

    US leaflet used in Afghanistan.Image via Wikipedia

    A US trained scientist wanted for questioning in connection with terrorism cases has been shipped to New York and charged with attempted murder after a shootout with her would-be questioners following her arrest in Afghanistan last month, the US Attorney in New York said Monday.

    Aafia Siddiqui
    Aafia Siddiqui, as seen in this undated release by the FBI, a 31-year-old former graduate student in... Expand
    (AP Photo/FBI)

    According to the FBI and the US Attorney, the woman, Aafia Siddiqui, is scheduled to be arraigned before a federal magistrate in Manhattan Tuesday. The FBI had sought her for questioning in connection with assisting key al Qaeda operatives now detained at Guantanamo Bay.

    The day after her arrest by Afghani authorities on July 17th, Siddiqui was shot twice in the torso, US officials said, when she grabbed a US soldier's M-4 Carbine and attempted to shoot another officer as a team of US soldiers and FBI agents prepared to question her. A US interpreter threw off her aim when he pushed the gun. She then was shot twice with a .9 millimeter handgun, authorities said. According to the US Government, despite her wounds, she shouted that she "wanted to kill Americans," and struggled with her captors before they subdued her.

    Photograph of Aafia Siddiqui

    No Reward...


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    Paki decision time

    Photo by Gerald

    Paki decision time
    By Gerald

    Talibans political war. The Taliban has been waging a political war for six years.
    They have been killing any tribal leaders that did not support them, there by ridding the
    frontier areas of any opposition. At last count they had killed 110 tribal leaders.

    This has been with ISI tacit approval and support, consolidating their power in Pashtoon tribal areas, on both sides of the Durand border.

    ISI was not so much infiltrated as it was a parent birthing the Taliban.
    The Taliban are a very bad wayward child still loved by some in ISI.
    ISI also has close ties to al Qaeda.

    The flip side is that the Taliban is a tool for ISI, of course the Taliban have
    their own agenda but they are also used by the ISI.

    Both ISI and the Taliban have learned that the death of opposition leaders
    strengthens their position, and use assassination as a means of gaining power.
    Taliban hit list 300 civilians.

    Could Pakistan be taken over from with in?
    Do the Taliban have enough suicide bombers to influence Paki Politics?

    Can the Taliban bring in Sharia law across Pakistan thru assassination of the opposition?

    Is the ISI assisting the Taliban in implementing Sharia law?

    The ISI want the Taliban as an covert force in dealing with their fears about India.
    And the Pakistani Government and politicians are all aware fo the Great Game and the
    benefits of having the terrorist around and the $10 billion UDS Great Game. and how the GWOT has created an economic boom in Pakistan. Musharraf Era! Paki Economy BOOMING
    The Game Pakistan is playing with the Taliban is very dangerous not only for Pakis, but
    for the rest of the world.

    Paki is a nuclear power, controlled by what ever government the people have elected.
    The Taliban's wet dream is to be that government.

    The Pakistani people are looking for the easy way out,
    The current situation in Pakistan is a corrupt police and judicial system, bribes, abuse, and crooked police.
    And most view Sharia law as less corrupt and more effective, even preferred.

    But they haven't experienced Talibans version of Law, as was prevalent in Afghanistan.

    After the Taliban were in control in Afghanistan, society reverted to the 1800's,
    the economy shrank and the population were abused and persecuted for fanatical ends.

    Either the Pakis get some intestinal fortitude and stand up to the Taliban for Paki rights or they will become the surfs of the Taliban and revert to a middle ages type culture.
    And a end to the economic boom, Depression.


    By Jeffrey Imm

    In the capital of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan today, the widely read newspaper The Nation contained an article entitled "A wake-up call," by Tarik Jan, which should be required reading for American government policy makers to get an insight into the thinking of many Pakistanis today.In the August 4 article "A wake-up call," Tarik Jan clearly calls for Pakistan government support of the Taliban and calls for Sharia law as a basis for governing the Islamic Republic of Pakistan:
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    Monday, August 04, 2008

    Iran wins again

    Merkel's green light for $157m gas deal with Iran torpedoes sanctions.

    German chancellor Angela Merkel blunted - in advance - the big-power drive for sanctions to punish Iran for its nuclear defiance. When Iranian nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili faced the US, European Union, the UK, France, Russia, Geneva and China in Geneva on July 19, he knew that their two-week ultimatum for Tehran’s answer to their incentives offer could be sidestepped with impunity.

    The deal was approved a month before the German chancellor’s March stood up in the Knesset, promised to push for further sanctions against Iran and declared that Israel’s security was “nonnegotiable.”


    Tehran hosts Assad to celebrate winning nuclear dispute with West and cooling of US-Israel ties

    DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis

    August 3, 2008, 5:30 PM (GMT+02:00)

    Assad and Ahmadinejad congratulate each other

    Assad and Ahmadinejad congratulate each other

    The Syrian president Bashar Assad was due to visit Tehran in a week’s time. The trip was brought forward to Saturday, Aug. 2 to coincide with the deadline the six powers gave Iran for an answer to its offer of benefits in return for its consent to suspend uranium enrichment – or face a fourth round of sanctions.

    DEBKAfile’s Middle East sources report: Iranian and Syrian rulers are so pleased with their unforeseen success in outmaneuvering the West that they called an urgent summit for follow-up planning.


    Irans suckers USA for more time.



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    Paki's rally against Taliban


    Photo by Gerald: Click for more.
    Altaf HussainImage via Wikipedia

    Posters slamming ‘Talibanisation’ appear in Karachi areas

    Sunday, August 03, 2008

    Daily Times Monitor

    LAHORE: Hundreds of posters condemning the Talibanisation in Karachi were seen on walls across the provincial capital on Saturday, a satellite channel reported.

    The posters contained gruesome images of severed heads and mutilated limbs, Dawn News reported, adding that most of the posters were found in North Karachi, New Karachi, North Nazimabad and Gul Baharabad areas of country’s financial hub. The posters put on walls by ‘citizens of Karachi’ did not contain the name of any organisation or group, the channel added, saying that the posters had sparked a debate about the threat of Talibanisation in Karachi.

    MQM, ANP: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Raza Haroon said Karachi was facing the threat of Talibanisation. He added that various reports of threats to truck drivers supplying oil to NATO forces in Afghanistan had been received. The Awami National Party (ANP) however denied that there existed any tangible threat to the city. ANP leader Amin Khattak said the Taliban would be exposed if they were present in the city.

    Anyone with has any information about the Taliban should contact the government, he said. According to Geo News, the Investigation committee from the MQM believed an increase in Talibanisation had occurred in Karachi. Influential elements from the establishment were involved in conspiracies against the city, the committee said.A statement issued by the MQM Co-ordination Committee said MQM chief Altaf Hussain had warned the administration about the growing threat of extremism in the city. The committee claimed that wife of former Lal Masjid cleric Abdul Aziz, Umme Hassan, visited Karachi on July31 and distributed certificates among students of jihadi seminaries urging them to participate in jihad.


    Go Pakis: Hoo RA, Pakis with BALLS.

    UPDATE: Thru comments we got one of the posters? Why In ENGLISH??

    Wouldn't they be more effective in Urdu and Pashtoon? Or even Arabic?

    Anyone know the % of English speakers in Karachi? Its high and desirable, G


    Some one send me more posters: PLEASE



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    Sunday, August 03, 2008

    ISI arrests pending

    George W.Image via WikipediaPresident George W Bush confronted Yusuf Raza Gillani, Pakistan's prime minister, in Washington last week with evidence of involvement by the ISI, its military intelligence, in a deadly attack on the Afghan capital and warned of retaliation if it continues.....

    President George W Bush confronted Yusuf Raza Gillani, Pakistan's prime minister, in Washington last week with evidence of involvement by the ISI, its military intelligence, in a deadly attack on the Afghan capital and warned of retaliation if it continues....

    Gillani also met Michael Hayden, director of the CIA, who confronted him with a dossier on ISI support for the Taliban. The key evidence concerned last month’s bombing of the Indian embassy in Kabul, which killed 54 people, including the military attaché.

    An intercepted telephone conversation apparently revealed that ISI agents masterminded the operation. The United States also claimed to have arrested an ISI officer inside Afghanistan.



    Our sources indicated the USA had planned to move on ISI on the 20th of this month but delayed, giving Pakisatn a chance to address the problem, some of the double agents are known,

    A ISI agent has been captured in Afghan with the Taliban, and others are being questioned.
    Pakistan has been confronted with proof, evidence of ISI's double dealing and involvement in the GREAT GAME.

    The Taliban are having a huge negitive impact on Pakistans economy and stock market, the money power in Pakistans multiole billion dollar economy are getting fed up with the Taiban and the havoc among the civilian population.

    Paki Gov. promising a clean sweep of ISI, ISI internal affairs expected to make arrests shortly.


    ISI helping to kill American troops.


    Paradigm for convertint the Taliban

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