FORMER PAKISTANI INTEL CHIEF: MUMBAI EVENTS ORCHESTRATED TO DRAW INDIA INTO MIDEAST CONFLICTS
By Peter Duveen
PETER'S NEW YORK, December 9, 2008--Former Pakistani intelligence chief
Hamid Gul said today that the recent events in Mumbai, India, in
which some 170 people died in an armed siege of a hotel in that city,
were orchestrated with the purpose of drawing India into the Middle
"The motive is very simple,"
Gul said. "The NATO allies are pulling out" of Afghanistan,
he said in an interview today with radio personality Alex Jones.
"They want to make it an Indian" cause, he said. Israel, he noted, also
wanted to keep the conflict going in the region because it feared
Americans could lose heart and and "go away without denuclearizing
Gul said America's allies were
pulling out of the war zones in Afghanistan, and the United States
needed to draw India into the conflict to make up for the manpower
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