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Pakistan's dangerous blind spot

Its tolerance and encouragement of jihad have harmed it more than a thousand Indian raids could ever have

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India-pakistan Conflict  |  Indian Air Force  |  Iaf

Aakar Patel 



Aakar Patel

On December 11, 2008, two weeks after the attacks in Mumbai, Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper (founded by Jinnah) reported this: “During the course of Dawn’s own investigations last week our reporters were able to locate a family who claimed to be the kin of the arrested young man in Mumbai. The sole survivor among the 10 attackers was named as Ajmal Kasab and… a man who said he was Amir Kasab confirmed to Dawn that the young man whose face had been beamed over the media was his son.”

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First Published: Fri, March 01 2019. 00:27 IST

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