Hafiz Saeed’s Aide Admits to LeT Terrorism in Kashmir, Calls for Independence in Afghanistan and Kashmir

India’s Republic TV on Saturday accessed a video of Jamaat-ud-Dawah(JuD) second-in-command leader Abdul Rehman Makki in which he can be heard inticing the youth to join the terror group.

The video clip came out when terrorist Hafiz Saeed’s aide Abdul Rehman Makki was addressing the Al-Muhammadia Students, the student’s wing of the Lashkar-e-Taiba(LeT), during an indoctrination seminar earlier this month in Islamabad.

In the video, global terrorist Hafiz Saeed’s brother-in-law can be heard saying that ‘they have never been terrorist’ while targeting the Indian forces and calling them ‘terrorists’: “Don’t talk about Kalashnikov culture, remember Russia got Kalashnikovs, anyone who, culture is imbibed by people, we didn’t create this culture, we have built up our defence, we have never been terrorists. I say it in Baramulla, in Islamabad, we have never been terrorists. We saved our own house from Kalashnikov, Moscow, M-16 came from America, Mr Mr Kalashnikov was not ours, Mr Kalashnikov came from Moscow, Russia was a superpower. They asked to do something, we said no, we are independent people. Today the terrorists are Indian Army and not Kashmiris. They are fighting their fights at their doorstep. They are fighting for their freedom. Kashmir is fighting for its respect and freedom. Those who fight for freedom are not terrorists.”

He went on to motivate the youth to join the terror initiative in flocks in order to ‘provide independence to India’:
“We want voices from Islamabad, 20-30 thousand Islamic scholars, we want voices. Independence is Kashmir’s rights, independence is Afghanistan’s right, self-governance is Pakistan’s right. American and big powers have no right to dictate us.”

Hafiz Saeed is the mastermind behind the infamous 26/11 Mumbai terror attack which took place in 2008 and killed scores of people.

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