Sunday, November 30, 2008

Pakistan Moves Army From Terror Front To India Border

Pakistani army troops move toward the area of Dara Adam Khel, near Peshawar, Pakistan, in an operation against militants. A new GAO report cites a lack of oversight in U.S. funds to Pakistan for counterrorism activities. AP/Mohammad Zubair (Photo from American Progress)

From The Australian:

PAKISTAN is withdrawing troops from the fight against al-Qa'ida and the Taliban to redeploy them to its border with India as tensions between the two nuclear-armed nations escalate over the terrorist massacre in Mumbai.

As the clean-up began after terrorists killed at least 195 people, including two Australians, the only gunman captured provided testimony of the operation's links to a Pakistan-based militant group, intelligence sources said yesterday.

Ajmal Amir Kamal, 21, whose clean-shaven face has become an enduring image of the attacks after he was caught on a CCTV camera wearing a Versace T-shirt, was interrogated in a safe house in Mumbai.

He identified all the attackers as Pakistani citizens and acknowledged that they were trained by Lashkar-e-Toiba, a militant group fighting Indian rule in Kashmir, reports said.

He confirmed the militants had come ashore in dinghies launched from a hijacked vessel whose crew had been killed, reports said.

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My Comment: The Pakistan Government is going to use the increase in tensions with India to justify discontinuing its war with Islamic militants in the tribal regions. This is going to backfire against the Pakistan Government ..... its war with militant Islamists is the only thing that is giving it credibility in the eyes of the west and India.

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