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Panjab Digital Library - Digitization of Soft Target
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Soft Target

Description "Soft Target" is a term used by Intelligence Agencies for a country whose security system is lax and not fool proof. The authors called Canada and its government in the 1980s a "soft target" as the Canadian intelligence agencies either deliberately or otherwise failed to notice and curb the espionage activities of the Indian Intelligence Agencies to manipulate the Canadian Sikh settlers settled in India in order to defame the whole Sikh community. The book gives a new perspective on Punjab problem. Its version is reliable since it's written by members of the Canadian Intelligence network. It exposes the duplicity of both Canadian and Indian government[edit]
Keywords Samra, Bhupinder Singh Pannu, Vancouver, Khalistan, Ahluwalia, Chauhan, Sodhi, Talwinder Singh Parmar, RCMP. Air India Boing 747, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-003676
Author #Zuhair Kashmeri, Brian McAndrew
Year 1989
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher James Lorimer & Company Toronto
Length 18.4
Breadth 12.1
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         188
 
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