New book- From BCCI to ISI: The Saga of Entrapment Continues

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New book- From BCCI to ISI: The Saga of Entrapment Continues

Postby BannedfromDU » Mon Jul 24, 2006 9:38 pm

New book- From BCCI to ISI: The Saga of Entrapment Continues<br><br><br><br><!--EZCODE IMAGE START--><img src="http://www.icssa.org/images/ISIfront.gif"/><!--EZCODE IMAGE END--><br><br><br>From BCCI to ISI: The Saga of Entrapment Continues<br>By Abid Ullah Jan<br><br>Released July 20, 2006. <br><br><br>In this book, the author digs up the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) issue to show how the Bank became a victim of a grand entrapment process by the U.S. government and how that process continues till this day. <br><br>The book shows how ISI, Pakistan's military intelligence agency, has played a role in another frame-up: this time for 9/11. How in the process ISI itself was trapped is another interesting aspect covered in this book. <br><br>Pakistan has been blackmailed. But it has yet to face the full consequences of ISI's knowingly or unknowingly playing a role in the 9/11 and getting entrapped in the game of double set up. The book builds the case for general Musharraf to speak up and tell the truth to save Pakistan and humanity from the curse of modern day fascists. <br><br>Contents<br><br>CHAPTER 1 The Saga of BCCI Closure<br>CHAPTER 2 The ISI and Operation 9/11<br>CHAPTER 3 The CIA/ISI Assets<br>CHAPTER 4 ISI and Mossad Link to 9/11<br>CHAPTER 5 Putting the Pieces Together<br>CONCLUSION Time for Pakistani Generals to Tell the Truth <br><br><br>Preface<br><br>"There’s so much more. God, there’s so much more. A lot more."<br><br>FBI agent, Robert Wright, who is officially prevented from telling the public about how his supervisors blocked his efforts to investigate al-Qaeda pre-9/11. ‘Called off the trial?’ ABC News, December 19, 2002<br>----<br><br>This book shows how General Musharraf has become a victim of blackmail for the ISI’s role in Operation 9/11. Subsequently, the General has done more under constant threats than he could against the sovereignty, independence and strategic interests of Pakistan. Despite that, the blackmail continues. Now it is a matter of life and death for General Musharraf, but he still has limited time and razor sharp options to save not only Pakistan but millions of other who are set to suffer and die in the coming Greater War—a war which is the humanity’s common destiny if the truth about Operation 9/11, the ISI’s role in it and the way Pakistan has been blackmailed since then remains hidden from the masses.<br><br>----<br><br> PREFACE-con't-LINK<br><br><br><!--EZCODE LINK START--><a href="http://www.icssa.org/bcci_to_isi.html">LINK TO PREFACE</a><!--EZCODE LINK END--> <p></p><i></i>
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Re: New book- From BCCI to ISI: The Saga of Entrapment Conti

Postby Rigorous Intuition » Mon Jul 24, 2006 10:14 pm

Thanks, this looks like an important book.<br><br>Scanning the preface I'm not sure I understand what he means by the "entrapment" of BCCI and ISI by the CIA. Both seem to me to have been willing partners with eyes wide open. Though he's right, when the usefulness of the relationships have ended, it's Pakistan that will be made to pay, not the ISI. <p></p><i></i>
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Postby chiggerbit » Tue Jul 25, 2006 1:05 am

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Re: New book- From BCCI to ISI: The Saga of Entrapment Conti

Postby BannedfromDU » Tue Jul 25, 2006 6:22 pm

I admit I know next to nothing in regard to this aspect of matters. It will be interesting to hear reactions and analysis of this book by others in a better position to properly digest its contents. <p></p><i></i>
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