Not that the ideology that they have fostered for years in the madrassas had anything to do with it. From PNS, with thanks to Ali Dashti:
WASHIGNTON, USA : June 22 (PNS) – Pakistan Sunday “strongly rejected the insinuations” made by the 9/11 Commission that Pakistan, in any way, was involved with the perpetration of the horrific 9/11 attacks. “This is pure speculation,” said Deputy Chief of the Mission of the Pakistan Embassy, adding:”we emphatically reject it.”
“The unchecked succession of events in Afghanistan had led to the tragic events of 9/11.” Mohammad Sadiq was commenting on the news reports which tried to implicate Pakistan being amongst those countries having allegedly supported or funded those involved with perpetration of the horrific 9/11 attacks. Pakistan, he reminded, had itself been a victim of terrorism, and that it was waging fight against terrorism “much before the astounding 9/11 attacks.” …
The DCM underscored that historically, Pakistan has recognized all governments in Kabul, including the Taliban government. It did not, however, mean that Pakistan agreed to the policies of the Taliban regime.” “We did try to persuade [the] Taliban [to] comply with U.N. resolutions and international norms on terrorism,” he added.