Rashid Rauf, one of the Britons allegedly involved in the 2006 plot to blow up airliners flying out of Britain, has apparently been allowed to escape from custody in Pakistan.
Writers such as Nafeez Ahmed have poured scorn on this alleged plot, where liquid explosives were supposedly going to be used to blow up some 20 aircraft. The suggestion also existed of Pakistani Intelligence acting as agents provocateurs to entice British Muslim extremists into terrorist actions. What then can we make of Rauf's disappearance, and the arrest of officers who allegedly helped him?
One of the consistent positions pushed by 9/11 Cultwatch has concerned the need to take political and security events seriously in countries like Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. The 9/11 Cult, which solely views the world through the lens of the nasty Americans manipulating Muslim countries at all levels, has not even begun to get to grips with political reality.
Perhaps they can, with this case?