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The Reuters article: “Pakistan Muslim Party on US Terror List” the STAR, Early Edition, 4th April 2018.

The official US report on the 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon raised many questions that remain unanswered to this day.  On the day after the attacks, there was no debris of a plane crash near the Pentagon, except small pieces that could be carried by hand. What happened to the bulk of the remains of the Boeing 757 is still a mystery.

In a recently published book: “The Betrayal of India: Revisiting the 26/11 Evidence” by Elias Davidsson, a German author, challenges the official report by the Indian Government into the events of the Mumbai attacks (2008). He claims that together with India, the US was also complicit in the preparation and the implementation of the attacks.

In the introduction to the book. Davidsson raises some pertinent issues. He notes that it was interesting that it took 1000 security personnel more than 60 hours to subdue 10 “terrorist” who were scattered throughout the multi storey building. The author also questioned the fact that the Indian authorities immediately blamed Pakistan for the attacks before any investigation had been started.

The Indian security cluster does not stop at spreading unsubstantiated rumours about the activities of the “terrorists”. They are well known to engineer “terror attacks” and manipulate “encounters” with the so-called “terrorists”. Invariably, during these “meetings”, all the “terrorists” are killed and are then declared as “Muslim terrorists”. Common-sense demands that during these “encounters” some of these “scumbags” should be captured alive so that further investigations could be carried out.

The Indian courts failed to establish the dates of birth, full names and family relations of the alleged “terrorists”. The true identities of the “terrorists” remain unknown. The Indian media also failed to report this dereliction of duty on the part of the judiciary.

Does “terrorism” even exist in India? Given the psychology, methodology and the history of “terrorism” all over the world, the answer is an emphatic “NO”.


Thank you.

Ibrahim Vawda.

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