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Hamas representative had meeting with Pakistani ISI agents in Saudi Arabia during Hajj Pilgrimage

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Submitted by Jade (India), Aug 13, 2007 at 08:08

According to confirmed Intelligence Sources few Hamas operatives based in Syria and ISI Agents from Pakistan has confidential meeting in Saudi Arabia . The meeting was about the extend cooperation and other possible cooperation between Pakistanis and Palestinians in order to achieve the common goal of Islamist Victory in Asia.

We should ask Saudi Arabia to provide CIA with complete list of Muslim visitors to Saudi Arabia and specially during Annual Hajj Pilgrimage as this the best oppurtunity and option for Islamists / Militants / Terrorists to meet , network and recruit for future terror attacks.

US Security Agents can nab many Islamists and Terrorists in Saudi Arabia during Hajj and take them to Guantanamo Bay Prison for further questioning , provided these wahabis cooperate.

Willingly they will not cooperate but under pressure the chances are more !

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