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LASHKAR -e- TAIBA and Jaish-e-Mohammed – MEN

Posted by :) on April 3, 2009

The names of the Mumbai Terror attacks suspects have remained the same– Lashkar-e-Taiba, Massod Azhar, Ibrahim Dawood.  The recent crackdown on the Kashmiri militant groups who were fingered in the Mumbai attacks, and the arrest of their leaders (Massod Azhar, a founder of the Jaish-e-Mohammad group and Zaki-ur-Rehmen Lakhvi, commander of Lashkar-e-Taiba) is the same illusory solution proffered by Pakistan in the previous eruption.

maulana_masood_azhar_200812Maulana Masood Azhar

hazif_mohammed_saeed_200812Hafiz Mohammed Saeed

gilaniSheikh Mubarak Ali Shah Gilani is spiritual leader of an obscure Muslim militant group named Jamaat ul-Fuqra (”The Impoverished”).

Over the years, Gilani has sent young men to wage jihad against Indian rule in Kashmir, against Russians in Chechnya, Serbs in Bosnia, and to fight Israelis. He set up training camps in Abbotabad, Pakistan, about a three-hour drive from the capital, and other parts of the country.

Notorious Mumbai crime boss, Dawood Ibrahim.

dawood_ibrahim_20081215Dawood Ibrahim

“DAWOOD IBRAHIM KAKSAR: He is a key suspect in March 12, 1993, serial blasts in Bombay, India’s financial capital, after the demolition of a 16th century mosque by Hindu nationalists in the north Indian town of Ayodhya. He fled to Dubai and later shifted to Karachi.

Source :  Peter Chamberlin


One Response to “LASHKAR -e- TAIBA and Jaish-e-Mohammed – MEN”

  1. Muhammad sadaf awais said

    AASSLAM O ALIKOM mara aziz e muhtarm ma ap ki jaish join kar na chah ta hoo

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