Pakistan's Fingerprints All Over Mumbai Jihad Strike

July 2011
Human Events;7/25/2011, Vol. 67 Issue 26, p16
The article examines allegations of Pakistan's involvement in jihad attacks in Mumbai, India. It speculates that the bombing attacks in Mumbai which killed 21 people and injured more than 100 was perpetrated by the same jihadist group responsible for the November 2008 siege. Indian authorities suspect that the Lashkar-e-Taiba group from Pakistan may have provided the planning and bombs to orchestrate the Mumbai attack in view of the Pakistani government's attempts to improve relations with Iran.


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