The Independent reports American and NATO forces are following up reports that the Taliban have received new battery packs for shoulder-fired Stinger missiles. The new battery packs were allegedly provided by the Pakistani intelligence service.
The ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) of Pakistan is practically a terror-sponsoring group. It was largely responsible for funneling Western funds and weapons to Afghanistan in the 80s and then supported the Al Qaeda-sheltering Taliban. I think that the Clinton-ordered missile strike of terrorist camps in Afghanistan in the late 90s killed a few members of the ISI. The ISI has been used for terroristic operations in Kashmir as well.
The civilian governments and military regimes of Pakistan have rarely had total control over the ISI. Its Islamist terroristic agenda is still going strong. It's an ugly picture for the rest of the world. The "moderate" Musharraf puts on a smiley face while his intelligence organization arms the merchants of the dark ages next door. The ISI remains safe from the West, for now, because of geopolitical considerations.
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