A Strategy of Tension in Pakistan Part 1: The Assassins

Who Killed Benazir Bhutto?
A deconstruction of the revised 'strategy of tension' in Pakistan

With deepest condolences to the grieving nation

Zahir Ebrahim

December 28, 2007.

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[ Part-1 and Part-2 of this forensic vivisection of the diabolical “strategy of tension” being revisited in Pakistan is Obsoleted, but not due to new information. This report unfortunately was never fully completed and got orphaned by default. The comprehensive (but incomplete) footnotes are posted in Part-3 and is a valuable resource in itself. However, the key topic of Operation Gladio terror being re-enacted in Pakistan has been examined in great depth in the myriad other reports on Pakistan by Project Humanbeingsfirst. Please begin with this February 04, 2008 report: Who Killed Benazir Bhutto? In her own words! ; and followup on the handful of fundamental reports referenced in this short letter: Letter to Editor Insurgency Alliance in Pakistan. ]

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