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Pakistani agents raid suspect's home again

Pakistani intelligence agencies again have raided the house where alleged terrorist Khalid Shaikh Mohammed was arrested and have interrogated those living there. Mohammed, who is believed to have planned the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, was arrested at the residence of a Pakistani religious leader on Saturday. “About a dozen plain-clothed men, accompanied by police commandos, raided our home again late Tuesday night but left after interrogating those present,” said M. L. Qudus, the sister of the Pakistani suspect Ahmad Abdul Qudus, who was detained with Mohammed and another Arab suspect. “They were asking about our father, Abdul Qudus,” she said at a press briefing. Qudus, a physician, was at a wedding in Lahore when a team of 25 Pakistani intelligence agents raided his home and arrested the three suspects. Qudus is a physician and has lived in Sudan where he is believed to have developed contacts with Islamic activists. Full Story

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