2. Bodanski, Yossef. "Pakistan, Kashmir & the Trans-Asian Axis." http://freeman.io.com/m_online/bodansky/axis.htm
Freeman Center for Strategic Studies, 1995. Includes two of Mr. Bodanski's works on this subject, "Pakistan's Kahsmir Strategy" and "Islamabad's Road Warriors"; highlighting Pakistan's long-standing
support of terrorism.
10. Rajaram, N.S. "Meltdown in Pakistan." http://www.voi.org/books/cpak/ch1.html Reports from Pakistan indicate that institutions of the state are heading for collapse. There are powerful forces at work that may soon redraw boundaries in the region.
11. Raman, B. "Attack on USS Cole: Background." http://www.saag.org/papers2/paper152.html A look into the sordid affairs of international terrorism; tracing the attack to terrorist elements in Yemen, Afganistan, Pakistan, and Britain.
14. Raman, B. "Gen. Pervez Musharraf: His Past & Present." [Alternate Musharraf Biography Link]
A look at the current Pakistani dictator Gen Pervaez Musharraf, a staunch supporter of terrorism as a policy of state, against India.
17. Sinha, P.B. "Pakistan - The Chief Patron-Promoter of Islamic Militancy and Terrorism." http://www.idsa-india.org/an-oct-5.html More evidence implicating Pakistan's role in exporting terrorism.
18. Stern, Jessica. "Pakistan's Jihad Culture." http://www.foreignaffairs.org/issues/0011/stern.html More information on the deteroration of Pakistan. The author though continues to have a compulsion to pander the military regime; confirming that there is still a cloud covering Washington.
20. Terrorism Research - What is Terrorisn? http://www.terrorism-research.com More information about the definition of terrorism, the motivations of terrorist groups and their typical modes of operation.
21. "Clinton Says Some in Pakistan Government Propagating Violence in Jammu and Kashmir." http://www.globalpolicy.org/security/issues/ind-pak/00-03-27.htm US President Bill Clinton on Wednesday said: "... there are elements within the Pakistan government that have supported those who engaged in violence in Kashmir." ABC News
2. Kaplan, Robert D. "The Lawless Frontier." http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/2000/09/kaplan.htm
September, 2000. The tribal lands of the Afghanistan-Pakistan border reveal the future of conflict in the Subcontinent, along with the dark side of globalization.
3. Interview: "Inside the Jihad." http://www.theatlantic.com/unbound/interviews/ba2000-08-09.htm August 10, 2000.
The Pakistani journalist Ahmed Rashid, who has reported from inside Afghanistan for more than two decades, shares insights he has gained from his extraordinary access to the country and its
radical Taliban movement.
1. "America's Worst Nightmare?" http://cbsnews.cbs.com/now/story/0,1597,241115-412,00.shtml "There's no other country in the world where 100,000 well-armed militant fundamentalists could end up controlling nuclear weapons"..."Pakistan may be competing for the title of America's worst nightmare, according to 60 Minutes". Christian Science Monitor
1. Davis, Arthur H. "Take off the kid gloves with Pakistan." http://www.csmonitor.com/durable/2000/09/27/fp11s1-csm.shtml More calls for declaring Pakistan a state sponsor of terorism. 'It is clear who wants peace in the region and who does not. Only by challenging Pakistan's duplicitous ways will peace have a hope of triumphing.'
2. "Last of bodies from USS Cole recovered...Yemen president hints bin Laden tied to Cole bombing." http://www.cnn.com/2000/US/10/19/uss.cole.01/index.html The Yemeni President's statements hammer home a recurring theme; Afganistan and in turn its handler (Pakistan) have crossed the 'point of no return'.
5. "U.S. State Department concerned about terrorism in Pakistan, Afghanistan". http://www.cnn.com/2000/ASIANOW/south/04/30/us.southasia/ Though the State Department has suspected Pakistan and Afganistan of being state sponsors of terrorism, it has held back any criticism because of what some would call a 'muddled' foreign policy. Daily Excelsior
1. Idris, Kunwar. "The rival centres of power." http://www.dawn.com/2000/10/29/#2 The author is a rare sane voice from Pakistan. His pleas illuminate the extent to which lawlessness and religious fundamentalism have taken over the state.
2. Husain, Irfan. "The high cost of jihad." http://www.dawn.com/weekly/mazdak/20001028.htm Gives one an idea of the deep decay that many feel has set into the Pakistani society. A country that is surely doomed because of its long standing support for terrorism.&
Department of State, United States of America.
3. "Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright And Michael Sheehan, Counter-Terrorism Coordinator On-the-Record Briefing on the 1999 Annual "Patterns of
Global Terrorism" Report."
http://secretary.state.gov/www/statements/2000/000501a.html Continued Cold War hangover of US relationsip with Pakistan.
1. Miller, John. "Greetings, America. My name is Osama bin Laden. Now that I have your attention..." Esquire, February 1999. Excerpts Miller's journey deep into the heart of Afganistan to interview America's Most Wanted. Frontline
1. Swami, Praveen. "A wave of new recruits." Among other things, details on how the August 10, 2000 blast in Srinagar which claimed 15 lives was planned and carried out.
3. Swami, Praveen. "Of Theology and Terrorism." Maulana Masood Azhar, a Pakistani national who received training in a seminary and preached terror, played a pivotal role in coalescing terrorist groups in Kashmir. The Globe and Mail
1. Roberts, David. "Canadian describes hijack ordeal." January 1, 2000. A Canadian hostage on the hijacked Indian Airlines plane describes the terror they were subject to. The Herald
1. "Second Class Citizens." July, 2000. A seven part article from this Pakistani news magazine takes a look at the oppressive and dismissive behaviour of the Pakistani authority in the Northern Areas. It also highlights the plight of the families of NLI personnel killed in the Kargil War, further strengthening claims that regular Pakistani Army troops were also occupying the heights, not just terrorists. The Hindustan Times
1. "I told Pakistan to withdraw troops from Kargil: Clinton." http://www.expressindia.com/news/june2/nation9.html In a startling revelation, former US president Bill Clinton has said Pakistan "withdrew its troops" from Kargil at his insistence and it might be one of the reasons for the ouster of Nawaz Sharif in a coup.
2. Vij, Bhavna. "Shyam Sharma turns Peter Joseph, but still desn't feel safe in Lahore." http://www.indian-express.com/ie/daily/20000503/iin03050.html An account of how religious minorities are being treated in Pakistan. It is common for Hindus to change to Christian names, or else face the prospect of death at the
hands of Islamic zealots.
4. Singh, Manvendra. "Osama bin Laden also responsible for massacres in India."
http://www.expressindia.com/ie/daily/19980823/23550324.html Pakistan-based terrorists owing allegiance to Osama bin Laden have long been held responsible for various massacres in Jammu and Kashmir.
And in 1998 alone they have killed more than 200 unarmed Indian citizens, say senior military and intelligence sources. The Los Angeles Times
1. Wright, Robin. "The Chilling Goal of Islam's New Warriors" An indepth (and chilling) look at the notorious Lakshar-e-Toiba. The terrorist group that openly operates in Pakistan & Afganistan with the sole purpose of ridding the earth of all kaffirs. MSNBC
1. "Taliban defend 'labeling? Hindus." http://www.msnbc.com/news/576476.asp The Taliban enforce a law forcing Hindus to wear a yellow sign/cloth; bringing back dreadful memories of a similar practice conducted by Nazis to segregate Jews during the holocost. The New York Times
2. Miller, Judith. "Holy Warriors: Killing for the Glory of God, in a Land Far From Home." http://www.nytimes.com/2001/01/16/world/16AFGH.html "If he were asked to do so, he said, he would go to London, Paris or New York and blow up women and children for Islam. "Yes, I would do it," he said quietly, without hesitation...
4. "Bin Laden Is Reported 'Satisfied' by Cole Hit." http://www.nytimes.com/2000/11/05/world/05OSAM.html Can the Americans even afford to retaliate? "In Pakistan today, the leader of the radical Islamic party Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam warned that Americans in the region were at risk if Mr. bin Laden, who is based in Afghanistan, was harmed by the United States."
5. Goldberg, Jeffrey. "Inside Jihad U.; The Education of a Holy Warrior." The New York Times. June 25, 2000. [Alternative Site].
Author explores the explosion of madrassas, religious schools that are graduating thousands of religious fanatics every year.
6. Bearak, Barry. "Afghanistan's Girls Fight to Read and Write." The New York Times. March 9, 2000.
The struggles of women living under the Taliban.
1. Hasnain, Ghulam. "Ready for Jehad: A first-hand account from Pakistan on how the proxy war is bred and sustained."
http://www.outlookindia.com/20000925/coverstory.htm Long formenting hatred; eg. ..."'There can?t be any peace while India remains intact. Cut them, cut them. Cut them so much that they
kneel before you and ask for mercy. Only then can we think of any talks,' roared Prof Hafiz Mohammad Saeed..."
4. "PHOTOESSAY: The Cresent's Blinding Shine." http://www.outlookindia.com/photoessay/photo2/photo.htm "India, thanks to the age-old Kashmir problem (which has of late intensified) and the recent hijacking drama, may see Islamic fundamentalism
as a sinister force that cannot be easily reckoned with ...." PBS
3. "Nepal extradites Pakistani caught with RDX to India: AFP." http://www.rediff.com/news/2000/sep/06nepal.htm September 6, 2000. Part of Pakistani plan to surround India, adding Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar as lauch pads for terrorism.
2. Pollard, Ruth. "Three held on suspicion of smuggling arms to hostage gang." http://www.smh.com.au/news/0009/26/text/world8.html Three Pakistanis were arrested in the Philipines on the above charges...further proof that this brand of Pak/Afgan terrorism is spreading fast.
1. Hasain, Ghulam. "Inside Jihad" http://www.time.com/time/asia/magazine/2001/0205/kashmir_sb1.html A detailed look at the terrorist operations being run out of Pakistan. This articles further strenghtens the view that Pakistan is a state sponsor of terrorism, yet no action has been taken against them by the international community. An utter disgrace! The Times of India
1. Joshi, Manoj. "India helped FBI trace ISI-terrorist links (to 9/11)" Pakistan and funding for the 9/11 attacks October 9, 2001. A look at the Pakistani involvement in the September 11 attacks - especially the ISI."
2. Mishra, Law Kumar. "Militants fire at women in Srinagar beauty parlour." September 9, 2000. In an attempt to Talibanise Kashmir, terrorists fired at women in a beauty parlour and threatened cable operators from transmitting entertainment
channels. They continue to threaten the upcoming census as it might highlight the level of ethnic cleansing that has occurred over the decade. The Toronto Star
1. Handleman, Stephen. "Religious leaders make plea for peace and tolerance." The Toronto Star. August 30, 2000.
Religious leaders urge peace and harmony as fanatics continue to give religions a bad name. Vanity Fair
1. Anson, Robert Sam. "The Journalist and the Terrorist - Daniel Pearl Murder in Karachi, Pakistan." http://terrorism.reallybites.com/article9.htm August, 2002. Robert Anson looks at the gruesome murder of American Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl and the not so secret nexus between Pakistan's ISI, military and the many terrorist groups. Did the Pakistani government play a role in Danny Pearl's murder? Why has the US government and press been so silent?
2. Hitchens, Christopher. "On the Frontier of Apocalypse; November, 2001. Christopher Hitchens analyzes Pakistani hypocricy as well as as
the American naivity when it comes to Islamic terrorism. Washington Times
2. "Pak puts ammo in Kashmir cradle." http://news.zeenext.com/links/articles.asp?aid=1086 Evidence of continuing Pakistani support for terrorist organizations operating in India. Includes detailed maps of the various terrorist
camps operating in Pakistan over the past decade.