The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014 authored by Carlotta Gall
Carlotta Gall, the senior journalist in her new book entitled The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014 has claimed that the 7 July 2008 deadly terror attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul was monitored and sanctioned by senior officials of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). This attack left 58 people dead including two top Indian officials and over 140 injured.
The book will be released in April 2014. Gall thinks that this is a perfect time to release the book and reveal the facts of the full history of how, the fight was in existence in a wrong country, in the wrong country. At present, the American troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan.
Carlotta’s book is a combination of her personal accounts of the battle, when she was reporting for The New York Times from Afghanistan and Pakistan for almost the duration of the American invasion and occupation that started shortly after 9/11. In the book, she has claimed that the ordinary Afghanis have suffered a lot due to the war.
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