Dhiren Bharot (aka Abu Eisa al Hindi) the author of this vile anti-India book, has been indicted today by U.S. authorities on terrorism related charges.
Mr. Bharot, a British citizen, is a Hindu convert to radical Islam who fought alongside Pakistan-sponsored terrorists in Kashmir.
This comes on the heels of the February 2005 indictment of Lashkar-e-Taiba linked American Ahmed Omar Abu Ali for plotting, with Al Qaeda, an assasination attempt on President Bush.
Because the Kashmir jihad has gone global, and now threatens the West, it's no longer viable for Pakistani dictators. No wonder they're suing for a tactical "peace" with India. Regretably, instead of pushing its advantage and extracting accountability for the innocent dead from Pakistani terror sponsors, India is extending them a warm welcome. This is a singular disgrace.
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