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About 49 results for "lashkar e tayyiba"

Osama's Indian brother: 3 possibilities

When the declassified Osama Bin Laden documents were made public, there was one interesting note which speaks about the late Al-Qaeda chief's Indian brother. When one speaks about the Indian brother three names instantly come to mind as these ... Oneindia, 1 day ago
The Abbottabad hoard: De-mystifying Bin Laden Brookings Institution, 1 day ago

Nepal quake: Probe into prisoner infiltration

Intelligence agencies have launched a major investigation into the number of prisoners who may have escaped from various Nepalese jails in wake of the massive earthquake on April 25. The probe has been launched following the disclosure by a ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

There Will be Blood: Freeing the Vilest of the Vile from GITMO

By: Anthony Kimery, Editor-in-Chief For the first time since 2001, Al Qaeda wasn't mentioned in a Presidential State of the Union address when President Obama gave his latest on January 20, 2015. Obama also said, As Americans, we have a profound ...
 HS Today1 week ago

The manufactured myth of ISIL in Afghanistan

Nevermind the assurances, the US is determined to prolong its stay in Afghanistan for its own geopolitical interests. Afghanistan is experiencing an unprecedented level of increased violence and armed conflict by the Taliban and foreign fighters, ...
 Al Jazeera1 week ago
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N1bn bounty still on Shekau — US

Abubakar Shekau The United States is still maintaining the $7 million (N1.4 billion) bounty it placed on the leader of the Islamic sect, Boko Haram. The US Department of State on Wednesday issued a list of 71 most-wanted terrorists in the ...
 Nigeria Punch1 week ago

DSP gets bail in Ishrat Jahan case

DSP N.K. Amin, the only accused left in jail in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan fake encounter case, was on Friday granted bail by a special CBI court on grounds of worsening health and parity with co-accused. “The bail plea is allowed on personal and surety bonds of ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

No salvation for Afghans in BSA as noose of insecurity tightens

admin May 6, 2015 In Opinions Array By Mansoor Faizy-KABUL: After last year's controversial presidential election, finally Ashraf Ghani was declared as President and Dr. Abdullah Abdullah as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ...
 Afghanistan Times2 weeks ago

Daesh Poses Serious Threat to Afghanistan: Atmar

National Security Advisor Mohammad Hanif Atmar acknowledged in Tuesday's Senate meeting that Daesh posed a serious threat to Afghanistan's national interests. Briefing the senators on the security situation in Tuesday's session, Atmar assured ...
 Tolo News2 weeks ago

JuD is attempting to gain socio-political legitimacy in Pakistan

The Jammat-ud-Dawa is banned in most parts of the world. We expect that Pakistan take stringent measures against this outfit which claims to collect charity but ends up sponsoring the Lashkar-e-Tayiba. Will Pakistan act against the JuD in a manner ...
 Oneindia3 weeks ago

Jamaat-ud Daawa: Into the Mainstream

Pakistan's Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) is often compared with Lebanon's Hezbollah thanks to its efforts at blending charitable works and Islamic proselytization with overt political activism. The JuD is consciously attempting to improve its image, taking ...
 Combating Terrorism Center3 weeks ago
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