Wednesday, May 18, 2005

GLOBAL JIHAD: Financial Arteries of Islamic Extremism - Part 1 & 2

On its part, India has never missed an opportunity to harm Pakistan. During the crisis in East Pakistan in 1971, it trained and armed the Mukti Bahini (liberation army) that perpetrated worst terror on non-Bengali Pakistanis, particularly Biharis and Punjabis, residing there; and after the creation of Bangladesh, massacred several thousand of these hapless civilians. Throughout, India has also remained involved with regional, ethnic and linguistic parties and groups in Pakistan in Sindh, N.W.F.P. and Balochistan. Behind many terrorist acts, including bomb explosions at busy spots in Pakistani cities, one can detect the hands of India's Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). During 1980s and 1990s, India was unmistakably involved in ethnic violence in the cities and towns of Sindh, particularly Karachi. India had set up camps in its provinces of Gujarat and Rajhestan to impart military training to disgruntled Pakistani youth who were then sent back to Pakistan on terrorist missions.

Read Full Commentary - [PART 1] & [PART 2]