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In Mumbai’s shattered streets, enraged Indians blamed Pakistani-linked Islamic jihadists.
If, as many suspect, Wednesday’s attackers are eventually linked to Pakistan, it will plunge South Asia into a new and dangerous crisis
Islamabad’s shaky government was already reeling from internal strife and outside accusations that its security services continue to play a double game – giving clandestine support to violent Islamic extremists even as they claim to be at the forefront of the war against terrorism.
Still much early suspicion fell on Lashkar-e-Taiba, the extremist group with ties to Pakistan’s shadowy and powerful Inter-Services Intelligence agency.
Pakistan's powerful intelligence services were heavily involved in preparations for the Mumbai terrorist attacks of November 2008, according to classified Indian government documents obtained by the Guardian
The US has obtained classified intelligence that shows that Pakistan’s ISI spy agency ordered the killing of journalist Saleem Shahzad, senior administration officials tell the New York Times. Several officials say the intelligence is reliable and conclusive, with one calling the ISI’s actions “barbaric and unacceptable.”
US authorities described Pakistan's ISI intelligence agency as a "terrorist" organisation, according to a leaked US document.
Last week, the US military's top officer, Adm Mike Mullen, accused the ISI of having links with the Taliban