LeT Launches Online Magazine ‘Wyeth’, Warns Security Forces in Kashmir
The first edition of the Kashmir-oriented magazine list out the number of attacks in 2017 where LeT militants were involved.
New Delhi, June 23: Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed’s Pakistan-based terror outfit has launched its online propaganda magazine ‘Wyeth’ claiming that 2018 will be tough for Indian Army and other occupational forces in Kashmir. The first edition of the Kashmir-oriented magazine list out the number of attacks in 2017 where LeT militants were involved.It also carried an interview of Dr Abdullah Ghaznawi, the terror outfit’s spokesperson.
Speaking to the magazine Ghaznawi termed his terror outfit as the common man’s struggle. He said that Lashkar-e-Taiba represents true aspirations of J&K people. Referring to fringe terror groups led by former Hizbul commander Zakir Musa which has claimed affiliation with al Qaeda, the LeT spokesperson said,”We have been distributing literature based on Quran and Hadith to show these groups actually are misled (sic) people and helping the Indian cause.”
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Reacting to LeT’s claims, a retired IPS officer Arun Chaudhary told Hindustan Times,”LeT has always been tech-savvy outfit. It is trying to rope more local boys into militancy and these prospective recruits are proficient in use of social media. Therefore, an online magazine is best way to reach out to them in the Valley.”
The LeT’s online magazine came a day after the security forces released a new hit-list of 21 most-wanted terrorists belonging to Hizbul Mujahideen, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) and other terror organisations.
The list includes three LeT terrorists, who are active in Hajin and Pulwama. All of them have been placed under the A+ category. Apart from these, the list also names seven other most wanted terrorist from Hizb and two from JeM.
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