Terrorists training camps are still run in Pakistan and the areas of Kashmir under its occupation, notwithstanding repeated denials by Pakistan’s politicians in power. India provided photographs and evidences of the existence of such camps to the US and Britain but the western countries preferred to sit over the information for not offending Pakistan, their ally in the NATO. Some of the Pak leaders continue to operate such camps under the covert pretext that such camps were merely training only young men fighting Indian forces in Kashmir’s part under occupation of India. American officials have credited Pakistan with agrressively cracking down on foreign terrorists, in particular al-Qaeda. However, a section of US and Afghan officials allege that Pakistan is making little efforts to fight the Taliban. They say Pakistan is effectively holding that group in reserve, intending to use them to dominate Afghanistan once the US withdraws its troops. In July 2005, two terrorists told a Pakistani journalist that they met one of the 7/7 suspects, Shehzad Tanweer, on a trip to a terrorists training camp in the Mansehra district, about 60 miles from Islamabad in the picturesque area of rolling Himalayan foothills, thick forests and isolated farms, last winter.