Lieutenant General Ahmad Shuja Pasha, head of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency, told former US Ambassador Anne Patterson that he wanted Washington to know he had been to Oman and Iran "to follow up on reports which he received in Washington about a terrorist attack on India."
"Pasha asked Ambassador to convey to Washington that he had followed up on threat information that an attack would be launched against India between September-November. He had been in direct touch with the Israelis on possible threats against Israeli targets in India," the October 7, 2009 cable reported.
An ISI spokesman had no immediate comment.
Pakistan, a conservative Muslim country, has no diplomatic relations with Israel. Such contacts could infuriate Muslim militants waging a campaign to topple the government.
- Follow Ynetnews on Facebook