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“Anything Can Be Arranged in Pakistan”

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COMMENT: The VERY unfortunate legacy of failure to properly investigate 9/11 concerns prospects for future attacks.

There is firm evidence of involvement of elements of the intelligence services of Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Germany in the execution of the attacks. There is also firm evidence of deep complicity of a Fifth Column in this country, involving the GOP, the Bush administration, the petroleum industry.

We also note for future discussion that elements of U.S. intelligence have pursued a policy of using jihadists as proxy warriors in places such as Afghanistan, the Balkans and the present-day Caucasus. Those Underground Reich-related elements appear unconcerned with the blowback that results from their activities, such as the Boston Marathon bombing.

“Vanfield” calls to our attention a very important story from The Times of India that highlights possible equipping of jihadists with nukes.

Pakistani and Indian jihadis heavily overlap the Muslim Brotherhood, a terrifying prospect.

The possibility that one or more jihadi nukes may be used at some point in the future is one to be taken into account.

As a Pakistani case officer told an Indian jihadi bomb-maker, “Anything can be arranged in Pakistan.”

“Indian Mujahideen Wanted to Nuke Surat, Yasin Bhatkal Tells Cops” by Neeraj Chauhan; Times of India; 12/30/2013.

EXCERPT: The prospect of ter­ror organ­i­sa­tions get­ting their hands on a nuclear device has long con­cerned both secu­rity agen­cies and thriller writ­ers. Now, it seems Indian Mujahideen India chief Ahmad Zarar Sid­d­ibappa alias Yasin Bhatkal too was think­ing along sim­i­lar lines. Bhatkal recently told inter­roga­tors that he was plan­ning to set off a nuclear bomb in Surat, accord­ing to sources.

Bhatkal was arrested on August 27 in Pokhra, Nepal and has been con­stantly ques­tioned by the NIA, Intel­li­gence Bureau and police of sev­eral states. TOI has accessed the inter­ro­ga­tion report.

Bhatkal told the inter­roga­tors that he had asked his Pakistan-based boss, Riyaz Bhatkal, over phone whether the lat­ter could arrange a small “nuclear bomb”. Accord­ing to him, Riyaz responded, “Any­thing can be arranged in Pakistan”.

“Riyaz told me that attacks can be done with nuclear bombs. I requested him to look for one nuclear bomb for Surat,” Yasin told the officials.

“Riyaz told me Mus­lims would also die in that (nuclear bomb blast), to which I said that we would paste posters in mosques ask­ing every Mus­lim to qui­etly evac­u­ate their fam­i­lies from the city,” Yasin said, accord­ing to the report.

How­ever, the plan could not be ini­ti­ated since Yasin was tracked by the IB and arrested in August.

Surat has always been on Yasin’s radar and he had also played an impor­tant role in prepar­ing 27 bombs along with Atif Ameen in 2008 when ser­ial blasts took place in Delhi, Jaipur and Ahmedabad.

Yasin him­self was the bomb expert of Indian Mujahideen and the outfit’s bomb-making capa­bil­i­ties have been affected after his arrest, say intel­li­gence officials.

The IM leader has also given details of army level train­ing of IM cadres and other ter­ror­ists in Pak­istan, which shows that advanced train­ing is given to ter­ror­ists with the help of Pak­istan. . . . .

. . . . A senior intel­li­gence offi­cial said, “We have been com­ing across dif­fer­ent kinds of IEDs over the years. The rea­son is that ter­ror­ists are under­go­ing all kind of advanced army level train­ing in Pak­istan with the help of ISI. And if ter­ror out­fits have access to nuclear bombs, then it is very dan­ger­ous for us (India) [and everyone else as well–DE].

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