Mushtaq Ahmed Zargar, one of three militants released by India in 1999 in exchange for passengers of a hijacked Indian Airlines flight, has decided to revive an "armed struggle" in Jammu and Kashmir while using Pakistan-occupied Kashmir as the base for his Al Umar Mujahideen group. Little was heard of Zargar alias Latram, a resident of Srinagar, after his release along with Maulana Masood Azhar and Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh in exchange for passengers of flight IC-814 that was hijacked by ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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There is conclusive evidence that the jihadi organisation Jaish-e-Muhammad is a constituent unit of the Pakistani military's Inter-Services Intelligence, or ISI. However, as India agonises over the killing of Sarabjit Singh in a Lahore jail and a ...New Indian Express, 5 days ago
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