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Hizbul Mujahideen

is very close to both the Jamaat-e-Islami in Kashmir and Pakistan. Most of the cadres of the Hizbul are drawn from the Jammat-e-Islami of Kashmir. The Hizbul advocates Kashmirs merger with Pakistan and also campaigns for Islamisation of Kashmir. In a November 14, 1998 press conference, the mainstream Jamaat leadership had said that the organisation was not connected with terrorism in any way and that it was committed to democratic and constitutional means to achieve its goal. logo
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updated Tue. January 9, 2018

In Pakistan, the group claims it is operating with the "North Waziristan Mujahideen," likely a reference to several Taliban factions, including the Movement of the Talibain in Pakistan, the Hafiz Gul Bahadar Group, the Haqqani Network, al Qaeda, and other jihadist groups based there. In both Afghanistan and ...

A spokesman for Hafiz Gul Bahadur, the chief of the North Waziristan Mujahideen, said the group was reviewing the 2007 peace deal with the government following the offensive. For the first time, security forces used reconnaissance drones in their operation which suspected militant hideouts in North ...
Here is an interesting tidbit of information from the charge sheet against David Coleman Headley, the US jihadi indicted for plotting attacks in Denmark. Headley traveled to North Waziristan and afterward offered his view on the number of al Qaeda and other foreign jihadis in the tribal agencies' largest ...


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