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Hafiz Mohd Sayeed -- The LeT Head

Photu chipka raha hoon ... there used to be a site maintained by these folks ... During my graduate studies, I tried to hack their webpage ... now I dont remember the link ...

Anyways, this is the photu of the LeT head (left), the other is the Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin (Right photu)...

He is on-record mentioned openly that the LeT will not rest until there is a green flag hoisted at the Red fort in Delhi ...
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This is what their spokes person said to one of the persons from the international media ...

Jamat-ud-Dawa (LET Political Wing) on Mumbai Attacks: "Not a Legitimate Tactic"
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In the aftermath of this week's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, Indian government officials and media outlets have already begun pointing a finger at Islamic militants in neighboring Pakistan -- particularly an organization known as Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET). The LET has been designated by the U.S. government as a proscribed foreign terrorist organization -- along with its accused political wing, Jamat-ud-Dawa (JUD).

Earlier this evening, I spoke via telephone with the official representative of JUD, Abdullah Muntazir, to discuss the situation in Mumbai and mounting allegations of involvement by LET and/or Pakistani Islamists. Muntazir strongly denied these charges, referring to the attacks as an "internal problem" for India. He repeatedly insisted to me, "we have nothing to do with it", and blamed Indian "propaganda" for "divert[ing] the attention of the public media" --- which he described as "their usual practice." Interestingly, during our conversation, Muntazir went even further and actually condemned the events that have taken place in Mumbai as needless "carnage": "Islam does not permit killing civilian people." He added, "I don't think that this is a legitimate tactic."
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Pakistan let al-Qaida front fund UK plot Terror war 'ally' didn't outlaw 'charitable

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WorldNetDaily has learned that ally Pakistan failed to outlaw an al-Qaida charitable front after it was tied to last year's London bombings, and the inaction allowed the charity to finance the new London-based plot to bomb U.S.-bound jetliners.

On April 28, the U.S. Department of State added Pakistan-based Jamaat-Ud-Dawa to its blacklist of Specially Designated Global Terrorist Organizations. But the Pakistani government did not follow suit.

Islamabad neglected to blacklist Jamaat-Ud-Dawa (JUD) or freeze its assets, allowing the al-Qaida front to continue to operate legally inside Pakistan's borders.

Authorities have traced money for the British sky terror operation back to the JUD charity. Funds were funneled through three separate bank accounts in Pakistan. The money was to be used by the Pakistani-British suicide bombers to buy plane tickets for dry runs and the final targeted flights.

JUD is based in Lahore, where at least one of last year's London bombers received aid, and maintains branches in Karachi and Peshawar. Ringleader Mohammed Sidique Khan visited a madrassa (Islamic school) run by JUD in Lahore just before the July 2005 attacks.

Sources say Scotland Yard is furious that terror-war partner Islamabad failed to dismantle the Pakistan-based terror infrastructure that supported the London bombings. Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf vowed to crack down on militant groups in Lahore and Karachi in the wake of last year's attacks.

U.S. authorities, meanwhile, are pressing Musharraf to close at least four known al-Qaida training camps operating inside Pakistan.

Experts say Al-Qaida's inner circle has found sanctuary in Pakistan. Osama bin Laden is "hiding in Pakistan in the northern tribal areas above Peshawar," says recently retired CIA officer Gary Schoen.
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Pakistan: Islamist's House Arrest May Thaw Frosty Indian Relations

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The founder and former leader of the Islamist terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) (Army of the Pure) has been placed under house arrest in Pakistan, states the Hindu, AKI, Associated Press via CBS2 and from Pakistan, the Daily Times.

Hafiz Mohammed Saeed (pictured) is also the leader of the group Jamat-ud-Dawah (Jama'at-ud Da'awah), or Party of the Calling. He had wanted to hold a rally in Lahore, Punjab province, on 14 August, which would have marked Pakistan's independence say. His house arrest will last for a month.

Khawaja Khalid Farooq, the police chief in Lahore, said that Saeed had been held under detention at home for "security reasons". Saeed had been in charge of Lashkar-e-Taiba, a group which is known to have committed numerous terrorist acts while under his control, but had resigned his leadership of the group in 2002. It was in this year, in January, that Pakistan banned LeT. The terror group commits acts of atrocity in an attempt to force India to give up its control of Kashmir.

One of the many terrorist activities carried out by LeT under the leadership of Hafiz Mohammed Saeed was the attack upon the historic Red Fort in Delhi India on Deember 22, 2000. Three people were killed in an armed raid by LeT members. On October 31 the leader of the attack was sentenced to death.

LeT also carried out the triple bomb attacks in Delhi on October 29 2005, which killed 59 people. Initially, LeT had denied involvement and even offered its "condolences" to its own victims. LeT is also thought to have caused the multiple bombings on trains at Mumbai on June 11. Almost 200 people died in these attacks, and India demanded that Pakistan give up Hafiz Mohammed Saeed.

Saeed is top of India's "most wanted" list. India has several times requested that Pakistan hand over the man responsible for numerous acts of terror against its citizens, and Pakistan has never complied. Recently, this attitude had caused India and Pakistan to severely cool in their relations. India had publicly accused Pakistan of allowing terrorism to flourish from its territory.

LeT had been founded shortly after the launching of a parent group called Markaz Dawa ul Irshad,in the late 1980s. It grew in notoriety and also popularity when it started to use "fidayeen", suicide bombers in its attacks against Indian interests. It has also attacked Hindu temples and individuals. In May 2002 it attacked wives and children of Indian soldiers while India and Pakistan's relations were on the verge of war.

In February this year, Saeed was arrested after his involvement in the violent protests against the Danish cartoons of Mohammed, Islam's founder.

After LeT was made illegal, Saeed set up the Jamat-ud-Dawah. This group has its base at Mudrike, 40 miles west of Lahore, where there was already a branch headquarters of Markaz Dawa ul Irshad. Jamat-ud-Dawa (logo pictured) was placed on a "watch list" by Pakistan in November 2003, but has never been made illegal, though its activities are still blatantly criminal.

Jamat-ud-Dawa acts as a fundraising arm for LeT, and its website currently boasts that it has given large donations to Palestinian and Hizbollah leaders.

It was placed on a US State Department list of specially designated terror groups, along with its affiliate group, Idara Khidmat-e-Khalq (IKK) on April 28 this year. However, as we reported on May 2, Pakistan refused to outlaw the group.

As we mentioned on May 21 US Christian missionaries filmed an operation in which a local Islamist from the Jamat-ud-Dawa organisation, Gul Khan, traded kidnapped Christian children for money, from the Mudrike headquarters

The Daily Times reports that Indian officials have seen the house arrest of Hafiz Mohammad Saeed as a "welcome development".

It is hoped that the action will smooth the way for a meeting between Pervez Musharraf and the Indian prime minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, in September. This will be taking place while the leaders will be at the Non-Aligned Summit in Havana, Cuba.

The Indian foreign secretary Shyam Saran had compained recently at a conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh that Saeed and also Syed Salahuddin (leader of another Kashmiri terror group Hizbul Mujahideen) were "roaming free". In repudiation of Pakistan's claims that it was acting to suppress terrorism, Saran had said that the arrests of Sayeed and Salhuddin were just "some of the actions that Pakistan could take easily."

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Hafiz Mohammed Saeed: Pakistan's heart of terror

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At first sight - he is an academician - jovial man who wears an easy smile on his face and, invariably, a Turkish cap on his head . . . a shalwar kameez-clad man, thoroughly Eastern in dress and habit, who is friendly and humble towards those who listen carefully to him . . . probably a person whose only introduction to cosmetics has been the henna that is regularly applied to his long beard - a regular feature on a regular feature on a regular face in this part of the world.

At first sight - it is a face that hardly begs for the camera. Look closer - it is a face that shies away from cameras as a rule. It has good reason to: Islam, the much un-photographed man says, forbids the capture of human images. Human lives, however, are another matter. For Professor Hafiz Mohammed Saeed, killing is a pious man's obligation: it is his duty 'to destroy the forces of evil and disbelief'. And the Professor is a very pious man.

His kind of piety has also given him dubious distinctions. An uncrowned terror king till the suicide attack on the Indian Parliament House in New Delhi on 13 December 2001, Saeed headed the Lashkar-e-Toiba, the militant arm of the innocently titled Markaz Dawa Wal Irshad (the Centre for Religious Learning and Propagation). Dreaded for its guerrilla attacks in Kashmir and well known for the infamous attack on the Red Fort in New Delhi on 22 December 2000, the Lashkar is the Professor's brainchild, crafted through an interpretation of militant Islam. Statistics also bear out that the Lashkar-e-Toiba is no less pious than its ameer and founder. The website of the Markaz Irshad, in fact, proudly displays the cold equations of terror:
During the last eleven years of jihad in Kashmir, 14,369 Indian soldiers were killed as against 1,016 Lashkar-e-Toiba militants.
In 1999, eleven fidayeen (suicide) missions in Kashmir (that is, what Pakistan refers to as Held Kashmir) killed 258 Indian soldiers and officers.
In, 2000, by the grace of Allah, the mujahideen successfully carried out 98 fidayeen missions in which 891 indian soldiers including three colonels, 10 majors, one commandant, one captain, three engineers and a number of JCOs were killed.'

At Muridke, 45 km from Lahore, which the bulky and bearded Professor Saeed used at his base - till Washington banned the Lashkar and Pakistan followed suit by freezing its assets - there is no trace of the blood behind the figures. Just the impression, which the Professor likes to give, of a scholarly man. But he is much more than that. outwardly a simple Punjabi, who speaks in the tongue of the region, he has broken a fifty-three-year-old tradition: before him, the Pashtuns always led the jihad against India. Now, the Lashkar's ranks have just a few Pashtuns and even fewer Kashmiris.

Though the Lashkar-e-Toiba leader cultivates simplicity, he always moves under tight security. His preferred vehicle is the hardy Pajero. The Professor is generally surrounded by young followers with whom he is quite frank. The leader and his keen young group talk freely. Most of the youngsters are from big families that count close to ten members. The Professor favours the big-family norm, reasoning that greater Muslim numbers translate into many more fighters of jihad against the infidels. Once in the Lashkar, the youngsters are drawn into a pattern of community life, epitomised by the shared, common meal. Al young men eat together using their fingers to pick food from a big, shared bowl or parat. This simple occasion is almost a rite, symbolising and encouraging fraternity among the comrades-in-arms.

The Professor himself comes from a close-knit family. He is married to the daughter of his maternal uncle, Hafiz Mohammad Abdullah Bahawalpuri, a well-known religious leader and renowned Ahle Hadith scholar. But, interestingly, he heads a very small family unit: one son and one daughter. Three members from among his widely dispersed family have been drawn into the organisation's ranks. His only son, the thirty-one-year-old Talha, looks after the affairs of the Lashkar at its base camp in Muzaffarabad. His brother-in-law, Abdul Rehman Makki, is his close partner and holds an important position in the Markaz at Muridke. Makki spent many years in Saudi Arabia before settling down in Pakistan. The Professor's son-in-law Khalid Waleed is also associated with the Lashkar's organisational set-up in Lahore.

Two of the Professor's brothers live in the United States. One runs an Islamic centre while the other is pursuing his Ph.D studies in an American university. Both remain in constant touch with him. However, the Professor has never travelled to the United States or set foot anywhere in the West. And unlike most fundamentalists, he does not express deep hatred for it.

But the Professor's past has been bloody, with a cause for revenge. Thirty-six members of his family were murdered during Partition n 1947 when his father, Kamaluddin, an ordinary landlord, moved to Pakistan, Kamaluddin first tried to settle his family in the Sargodha district of Punjab, but finally chose Village 126 Janubi, in the Mianwali district. A government land grant to the settlers and hard work soon brought prosperity to the family, an effect that the Professor credits to Allah's bounty.

The Professor's parents were religious-minded and his mother used to teach the Holy Quran to her seven children, five of whom are still alive. The Professor was a good learner, and memorised the Quran. His favourite verse is: Wajahidu Fee Sabilallah: Wage a holy war in the name of God Almighty.

In college, the Professor furthered his religious interests. After graduating from the Government College at Sargodha, he went to Saudi Arabia for a Masters in Islamic Studies and in Arabic Lexicon from King Saud University, Riyadh. He frequently met religious scholars and even received special religious instruction. Indeed, his first job in Pakistan was as a research officer for the Islamic Ideological Council.

His current job could not have been more different. At fifty-five, he has just retired as professor of Islamic Studies from the University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore, and is fully devoted to his organisation. The fruits of that devotion are significant: in ten years, the Lashkar-e-Toiba, launched in 1991, has reportedly set up six private military training camps in Pakistan and in what is termed Azad Kashmir; has 2,500 offices across the country; and over two dozen launching camps along the Line of Control (LoC).

The Lashkar's jihadi network is the largest, the most efficient, and also has greater independence than other militant organisations since the Markaz Dawa Wal Irshad has a Wahabi orientation and does not have to follow any of the four Muslim religious leaders or imams. On the other hand, three other fundamentalist organisations - the Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, and the Jaish-e-Mohammed - are Deobandis and follow the imams.

The Lashkar - in an attempt to prove that the Kashmir insurgency is a freedom struggle - has announced that it is shifting its base to 'Indian-Held Kashmir' but it is Muridke that is the base of the Markaz Dawa Wal Irshad and the hub of the jihad machine. Spread over 200 acres, the complex houses teaching and residential facilities, complete with its own farms, mosques, fish-breeding ponds and stables.

Over 2,000 students are presently enrolled at the Centre and the teachers insist that all are Pakistanis. The education - Islamic and Western - is from the primary to the university level for both men and women. Students are doctrinated towards propagating Islam. The Markaz also has a modern-looking, computerised religious university, which has five related institutions. At least two dozen thoroughbred horses are used for training the Centre's students between the ages of eight to twenty years. these students, dressed in military uniforms, are imparted compulsory training in shooting and swimming. In fact, they are not allowed to cross the barbed periphery wire until they are 'mature'.

Photography of all living things which is anathema to the Professor is strictly prohibited. The Markaz Dawa Wal Irshad describes photo cameras, TV sets and films as un-Islamic and its students carry out periodic campaigns for the public destruction of cameras and TVs. Visitors are frisked for cigarettes and any other addictive substances, which are banned in the complex. The Muridke complex is also not just restricted to the Markaz Dawa Wal Irshad. Around the seminary, the organisation has bought land for supporters, who have build houses, shops and more mosques and centres of Islamic learning. 'We want like-minded people to get together.' Says a resident.

Evidently that is happening. The organisation has transformed the land between Lahore and Gujranwala into an Islamic state that has banned music, television and smoking on its heavily guarded premises. Not even passing vehicles are allowed to play music which, the Professor believes, is strictly forbidden in Islam. The complex also has a garment factory, an iron foundry, a wood-works factory, a swimming pool and three residential colonies.

So far, Rs 30 million have been spent on the Markaz projects. Where has the money come from? Osama bin Laden, whisper rumours. It is alleged that the Saudi billionaire, a figure who has grown from being demonised by the West to being mythologised, rolled out a thick wad - Rs 10 million - for the construction of the Markaz's mosque. Osama bin Laden is even said to have financed Professor Saeed, his low-key, comrade-in-arms Zafar Iqbal, and a short-lived founder, Abdullah Azam, to launch the Markazs Dawa Wal Irshad in 1989.
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You can probably look at "Muridke, Lahore, Pakistan" in Google Earth ... may be you can see something ...
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You can probably look at "Muridke, Lahore, Pakistan" in Google Earth ... may be you can see something ...
Google earth is not showing much ... atleast India should know where to drop the bomb We need to be point them in the right direction ...
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Came across this old thread... and noticed that only Landbadhiya pai has posted in it... and there are a lot of posts... but nobody else had a single comment. This is what is called a pure thread... that is, until now. I impured it
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I was in a sweatshop those days, so this must have missed me or lost in all the other 26 11 discussions.
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Came across this old thread... and noticed that only Landbadhiya pai has posted in it... and there are a lot of posts... but nobody else had a single comment. This is what is called a pure thread... that is, until now. I impured it
I thought, when he said, ' the quieter you become, the more you can hear' was for us hence mum's the word for this thread he is a bhai after-all uski baat kaise taalte
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