Those Waving ISIS Flags Are Indian Agents: Lashkar-e-Taiba


SRINAGAR — Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Mehmood Shah on Tuesday said those waving ISIS flags in Jammu and Kashmir are “Indian agents”. A spokesperson of LeT Dr Abdullah Ghaznavi in a statement has said that those waving ISIS flags “have a vicious motive of sabotaging the indigenous free­dom struggle of Kashmir by align­ing it with fake activities of ISIS”.

“Beware, whoever waves ISIS flag will have to face fierce resis­tance,” Mehmood Shah said.

He hailed the welfare activities of people of Mujgund for those who “suffered damage of properties by the hands of Indian forces.”

“The emotions and examples of such goodwill are exemplary. This is a clear message for Indian ma­chineries that they may hurt us but they can never break us. The peo­ple of Jammu Kashmir are united in their mutual struggle towards freedom,” the LeT chief said.

“Those who are uttering false narratives on the martyrdom of 14-year-old Mudasir must pay heed to the circumstances. The martyrdoms as the result of In­dian aggression must not be ig­nored. When two-year-olds will be deprived of their mothers and women will be indiscrimi­nately put behind bars, then 14-year-olds will surely pick up guns to avenge the brutality,” Mehmood Shah said, adding, “Why this fuss then? They must also look back into Islamic his­tory. Little children Muaz and Mu’aviz put the torchbearer of infidels Abu Jahal to justice.”

Lashkar chief further said that “it is a matter of honour for us that the freedom struggle of Jam­mu Kashmir has shifted to the fifth generation of Jammu Kash­mir”. “In the near future, India will have no other option than to quit Kashmir,” he added. (GNS)

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