Such otherwise traitorous behavior is in complete keeping with several Koranic injunctions which have led to the doctrine of Loyalty (to Muslims) and Enmity (for infidels), such as the following, which both insists Muslims are to have no loyalty to infidels, and also to deceive the latter when necessary: “Allah most high said: ‘Let believers [Muslims] not take for friends and allies infidels rather than believers: whoever does this shall have no relationship left with Allah — unless you but guard yourselves against them, taking precautions’ (that is, taqiyya, deceit).” See Ayman Zawahiri’s 60 page treatise on Loyalty and Enmity in The Al Qaeda Reader. “U.S. says Pakistani spies forewarn al Qaeda allies,” by Zeeshan Haider for Reuters, July 31:
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – The United States has accused members of Pakistan’s main spy agency of tipping off al Qaeda-linked militants before U.S. missile attacks on targets in Pakistani tribal lands, Pakistan’s defense minister said.
Defense Minister Ahmed Mukhtar openly acknowledged American mistrust of Pakistan’s main military spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), in remarks aired on Thursday on Pakistani television.
“They think that there are some elements in the ISI at some level that when the government of Pakistan is informed of targets, then leak it to them (militants) at some level,” Mukhtar told Geo in Washington, having accompanied Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on a maiden visit to the United States.
And what do you think, Mukhtar?
“This is an issue on which they were a bit annoyed.”
The U.S. no longer gives Pakistan advance notice when it targets militants in tribal areas.
On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that a top Central Intelligence Agency official confronted Pakistani officials earlier this month with evidence of ISI ties to militants, and involvement in a suicide car bomb attack outside the Indian embassy in Kabul that killed 58 people, including two senior Indian diplomats.