Friday, November 28, 2008
British-born Pakistanis were among the terrorists who launched attacks on Mumbai
Indian news channel NDTV said two suspected Islamic militants arrested by commandos were “British citizens of Pakistani origin”. The gunmen were among eight captured after they launched co-ordinated attacks on 10 targets, including an orthodox Jewish center, two hotels and the city's packed railway station. Fresh gunfire and explosions have been reported at the luxury Taj Mahal Palace Hotel where Indian commandos are attempting to free hostages. And at the headquarters of ultra-orthodox Jewish group, Chabad House, five hostages are dead and two terrorists have been killed.