May 14, 2011 by staff
Al-Qaeda Pakistan, The Pakistani intelligence services refused to share details of the suspects or plots with their U.S. counterparts to protest the U.S. trade to kill Osama bin Laden, increasing the potential threat of attacks on Western cities.
In the past, Pakistani officials have credited with helping to identify targets for attacks by drones and provide data to the CIA about plans that were born in its lawless tribal areas.
Now beaten and embarrassed, kept in the dark for months at U.S. closed bolt hole of al Qaeda, just over 30 kilometers of the Pakistani capital, Islamabad, officials of the Directorate of Inter-Services Intelligence has begun to withhold crucial details about militants operating in its territory.
Meanwhile, new details have emerged extensive support network of Bin Laden in Pakistan, reaching all the way to the port city of Karachi in expansion.
The revelations pile further pressure on an administration and accused of helping to shelter the world’s most wanted man.
The Sunday Telegraph has learned that the ISI, which is proud to arrest a number of key terrorists, including Khalid Sheikh Mohammed 09.11 brain has broken relations with the Central Intelligence Agency.
“They are furious they handed the wiretaps in 2009, which were crucial in the email to Bin Laden -. The key breakthrough in the hunt,” said a source with knowledge of the relations between the two countries.
“Then, four months ago they said there was nothing in it, was what Americans called” cold lead “. Since then they have been completely out of the loop.”
Senior officials in the U.S. have informed the journalists that he stopped sharing information for fear of Islamist sympathizers within the Pakistani security forces tipped off bin Laden – to ruin the best advantage he had ever had.
Lt. Gen. Talat Masood, a militaryanlyst, said the confrontation would increase the threat to cities in the U.S. and NATO troops in the plots of births in Pakistan’s tribal regions, the headquarters of al-Qaeda linked militant groups.
“There are implications for U.S. and international forces in Afghanistan, so that Americans are very interested in getting the relationship back on track,” he said.
However, Pakistan’s politicians are determined to make the U.S. pay for an attack apparently not allowed in their territory.
The past fortnight has been deeply embarrassing to Pakistan earlier admired military and intelligence apparatus.
Generals face tough questions about how the U.S. was able to launch an incursion into its territory without anyone knowing.
You must also explain how the world’s most wanted man could live for at least five years in front of their noses, less than a mile from the Academy of Country Training Officer Abbottabad.
Last week, President Barack Obama said that bin Laden had a “support network” in Pakistan and demanded to know whether government officials or military officers knew of his presence.
U.S. suspicions of collusion have frozen relations between the two countries, which were frozen following the arrest of a CIA agent in Lahore earlier this year after he shot and killed two men.
On Friday night, intelligence officials and the suspension of intelligence sharing, the Pakistani parliament also called for a review of the country’s relationship with the U.S.
During a 10-hour joint session held to discuss the U.S. attack, parliamentarians demanded an independent investigation to replace a planned military research.
And also unanimously adopted a resolution calling for a ban on transit of NATO convoys bringing supplies from the port of Karachi to Afghanistan unless the U.S. end its controversial program of unmanned aircraft attacks.
Politicians who stayed up late at night, said the ISI chief admits failure of intelligence and said he was prepared to resign if they no longer had his support, an offer rejected by the army chief.
However, documents recently published by WikiLeaks will only deepen its shame. Testimony of detainees held in Guantanamo describes the elements of the deep support network of Bin Laden in Pakistan, responsible for assisting the fugitive evade justice, and also describe a meeting between the one-eyed Taliban leader Mullah Omar and the ISI agents.
Shortly before 9 / 11, bin Laden began his preparations to avoid U.S. reprisals and begin their life on the run.
Ahmad Mohammed Rabbani, “which had the full confidence and trust of the leaders of Al-Qaeda,” according to the files of detainees were filtered, told interrogators he published a series of al-Qaeda safe houses in Karachi, the economic heart of Pakistan. About two months before the airliners hit the World Trade Center, was ordered to procure supplies and building materials in Karachi and send to Afghanistan.
There used to extend an existing network of caves and tunnels of Tora Bora deep into the mountains separating Afghanistan from Pakistan.
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