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Inter-Services-Intelligence, more commonly referred to as the ISI, is Pakistan's premier intelligence agency. Michel Chussodovsky reports that it is controlled on a tight rein by the CIA since the Soviet Afghan War.
General Mahmoud Ahmad, head of the ISI, met Marc Grossman, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs on or shortly after 9-11.
An event carried out
|A raid launched in the UK on the so-called "fertiliser bomb plotters".|
- ↑ Global Research News Hour #354
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