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In addition to native Afghans, they were composed of many foreigners who traveled to fight the invasion, such as Osama bin Laden himself.
The majority of the funding was funneled through Pakistan's ISI, which acted as an arm of CIA interests and began setting up religious schools known as Madrassas in Pakistan cities and frontier areas, churning out tens of thousands of students who would join the Mujahideen.(Note: Madrassas are not inherently negative institutions, however the ones who received funding from the CIA were particularly radical).
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I ask one thing from you, the reader, before embarking on this journey. Saudi Arabia and the United States were supporting the Mujahideen to liberate Afghanistan from the Soviets.
Whether you are approaching this work from a vantage point of exploring new ideas, learning more about topics that already interest you, or even if you are antagonistic to the idea that something is 'not quite right' with the United States today, I urge you to have an open mind and to be prepared to synthesize new information into your worldview.
As an aspiring historian, I set off to work on turning over every stone related to covert intelligence activities and other suppressed history and began publishing my research on a blog titled ' The Peoples History'.
Perhaps such mistakes are the inevitability of a bloated war bureaucracy, or that U. officials simply didn't realize the connection. Unfortunately, a collection of evidence points to a more sinister explanation: the United States and its allies have been deliberately proliferating radical Islam for decades, only to later spend trillions fighting the enemy they created, thus generating huge war profits for Wall Street moguls.