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A man arrested in Pakistan in connection with the Times Square car bombing attempt who had traveled with accused bomber Faisal Shahzad is a member of a terrorist organization that is controlled by British MI6 and the CIA.
Sheik Mohammed Rehan, who was arrested on Tuesday in Karachi, “Allegedly drove with Shahzad from Karachi to Peshawar on July 7, 2009, in a pickup truck, authorities said. They returned to Karachi July 22. It is not known why they went to Peshawar and whether they met with anyone there,” reports the L.A. Times.
Rehan is a member of the militant group Jaish-e-Muhammad
Originally posted by SevenThunders
reply to post by Jenna
I think the insane reasoning goes like this. At one time the bomber was associated with a sheik, who at one time was part of a 'terrorist' organization, that at one time, some 20 years ago was hired by the CIA to cause the Russians some trouble in Afghanistan.
Hence clearly the CIA ordered this recent attack on Times Square. You see how irrefutable this logic is?
Originally posted by Jenna
I've looked around and can't find anything that leads me to believe that Jaish-e-Muhammad is in any way connected with the CIA so I have no clue where they're getting that information from.