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The Betrayal of India: Revisiting the 26/11 Evidence

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“The attacks in Mumbai in November 2008 – designated as 26/11 – left 162 people dead in a traumatic event that some people described as India’s 9/11. Extensive media coverage has created the impression that all the relevant facts on this audacious operation have been reported. Unfortunately, this impression is false. This book represents a comprehensive and critical evaluation of the official narrative of 26/11, as reflected in court documents and the news media. It presents testimonies of dozens of important witnesses, whom Indian courts ignored because they shed a radically different light on the events. The book presents a detailed analysis of the benefits accruing to powerful constituencies in India and the US from the mass-murder. The results of this evaluation are shattering for they expose a tacit consensus by leading news media, the political class, the police and the judicial system, to cover up the true facts on 26/11 and thereby shield the real criminals.

The book’s ultimate purpose is to serve as a wake-up call to the Indian public to liberate itself from the grips of a predatory, corrupt and ruthless ruling class that prevents the majority of Indian citizens from enjoying a life of dignity and peace.”

Weight 845 g
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x 1.5 in
Binding

Paperback

Edition

First

ISBN-10

8172210884

ISBN-13

9788172210885

Language

English

Pages

905

Author

Elias Davidsson

Publisher

Pharos Media & Publishing Pvt Ltd

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Editorial Review

Review of <em>The Betrayal of India</em> in Canada's Global Research says: "this book is a highly significant achievement and is of objective importance to anyone interested in the War and Terror–the structure and motifs of its ongoing fictions and the methods through which civil society researchers can lay bare these fictions."

http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-betrayal-of-india-a-close-look-at-the-2008-mumbai-terror-attacks/5593721