For the first time in more than 15 years, leaders of the Pakistani jihadist organisation Jamaat-ud-Dawa have made public statements of support for a Lashkar-e-Taiba attack in India, praising the internationally proscribed terrorist group for the ... Yahoo! India, 2 months ago
By Clint Watts* Recent terrorist attacks in Paris, Istanbul and Brussels should not come as a surprise. The Islamic State's rise in Europe has been more than four years in the making. By 2012, casual social media monitoring showed a large wave of ...Eurasia Review, 2 weeks ago
They came, they saw, they prevaricated. After months of media speculation and behind-the-scenes negotiations, a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) from Pakistan comprising officials from Punjab police, Intelligence Bureau and the Directorate of ...Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
Bushra Cheema studied at a convent school and went on to get an MPhil degree in Islamic Studies from Punjab University. In the 1990s, she married Khalid Cheema who at the time was working as a marketing executive in Lahore. He was a well connected ...DAWN Group, 1 month ago
Hafiz Sayeed has long been Indias bugbear. Hes seen as the chief architect of much of the terrorist violence the country has suffered over the past decade or so, most notoriously the 2008 strikes in Mumbai. And although New Delhi has supplied evidence against ...catchnews.com, 1 month ago
Theme: 9/11 & 'War on Terrorism', Intelligence The following text was first published in Italian in: Giuletto Chiesa (Editor), Zero, Perché la versione ufficiale sull 11/9 è un Falso [Zero: Why the Official Version on 9/11 is a Falsehood], ...Global Research, 2 months ago
NEW DELHI: Abdul Aziz alias Giddah, accused of conspiring to organise blasts in Andhra Pradesh a decade ago, was deported from Saudi Arabia earlier this month after serving 10 years in a prison there for planning to blow up oil installations in the ...Times of India, 2 months ago Indian Muslims well off, felt top jihadi Abdul Aziz alias Giddah Economic Times, 2 months ago
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