Yesterday's attack in Multan may not seem significant to outsiders looking at the steady drumbeat of bombings that have rocked Pakistan. It seems like another insurgent attack on a government installation with a double-digit body count. And there's a numbing familiarity to the attack by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, which used their now familiar methods of a coordinated assault and suicide bomb. (In this case, a truck bomb.) The target was the Inter-Services Intelligence building in Multan, a town of 1.4 million people in central Punjab.