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Is Mossad Hand Behind Mumbai Train Blasts?

Publication time: 3 August 2006, 15:27

Mumbai's Urdu Daily 'Sahara' Headline 

 

MOSSAD, an Israeli intelligence agency, is cited as possible organiser of Mumbai train bomb blasts. Immediately after the blast, Mossad was reportedly engaged by Sai Baba Mandir trust to provide security to the famous religious shrine.

 

The newspaper clarifies that till now the Mumbai authorities have not confirmed as to why the Sai Baba Trust had to employ a foreign intelligence agency for its protection or if Maharashtra Government and Central Government have cleared the hiring of Mossad intelligence agency? 

 

Sahara News Bureau [SNB] report on the front page of Sahara Urdu Daily of July 27, further adds that "some security experts have wondered if through the excuse of security of Hindu temples, Mossad, which is notorious for counter-terrorism and counter-espionage all over the world and especially in Arab and Muslim countries, is allowed to step in Maharashtra state, the conditions will seriously deteriorate not only in Maharashtra, but all over India".

 

SAHARA further quotes an anonymous retired Muslim police officer,who was commenting on the news of Mossad security for Sai Baba Mandir: " To get into Maharashtra, Mossad itself may have arranged the Mumbai train blasts in such a way that the whole blame should fall on SIMI, the banned Muslim Students organization" [which is now legal at least in India largest state of Uttar Pradesh] and other Muslim organizations.

 

SAHARA URDU is published from Mumbai, Delhi, Lucknow, Gorakhpur, Kolkatta and Patna.

 

No English media with all their patriotic pretensions has yet found it necessary to report on entry of Israeli intelligence agencies in Maharashtra or in India. That probably suits private media interests, but is fraught with most sinister development for the nation, in times to come.

 

Ghulam Muhammad can be reached at ghulam_muhammed2@yahoo.co.in

  

Source: Dailymuslims

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