The 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai offer a rare picture of the ties between Pakistan’s intelligence service and the militant group Lashkar-i-Taiba. The trail of two key figures, an accused Pakistani mastermind and his American operative, traces the rise of a complex, international threat.
Originally part of a Propublica.org article, Pakistan and the Mumbai Attacks: The Untold Stories is an uncommon look at a tragic world-changing event. Gray Dikeos executes the narration of this weighty report with the extreme professionalism of a nightly news anchor.
This report seeks to give a full picture of the violent attack on the Mumbai in 2008, by using vital information gained by Indian, and US intelligence agencies about the events of the three day long siege. Furthermore it seeks to highlight connections between Lashkar-i-Tabai - a Pakistan based militant organization - to Pakistan's own intelligence service the I.S.I.
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The original title is appropriate
Yes, most certainly yes. One needs to know the truth behind the Mumbai attacks.
The ineffectiveness of US to bring the perpetrators to justice even though American citizens were killed.
All main characters were interesting especially Mir and Coleman.
Yes. Its just the right duration for a sitting!
Short books on such incidents are a good read. The book was though provoking and engaging. Overall it was time well spent!
- Sushanth R