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February 24, 2011
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Pakistan's ISI spy agency is ready to split with the CIA because of frustration over what it calls heavy-handed pressure and its anger over what it believes is a covert U.S. operation involving hundreds of contract spies, according to an internal document obtained by The Associated Press and interviews with U.S. and Pakistani officials.
Such a move could seriously damage the U.S war effort in Afghanistan, limit a program targeting al-Qaida insurgents along the Pakistan frontier, and restrict Washington's access to information in
Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
reply to post by Xcathdra
It seems that it was Raymond Davis a CIA contract employee who was passing information to the militants.
Sorry but since the only group over there using terrorist style attacks most of the time in the U.S. through unmanned arial drones, I don't think falling for the word game constructs is wise for anyone with a critical thinking intelligent mind really is well served by bandying about.
Labelling every group that doesn't see eye to eye on U.S. Foreign policy and U.S. military aggression as a terrorists is pretty much like saying, I got brainwashed and liked it.