Hafiz Saeed incited UK Muslims to militancy, says BBC report


HAFIZ Muhammad Saeed the pinnacle of the banned Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) toured Britain right through the Nineties stirring up Muslim youths to turn out to be jihadis years before 9/eleven a BBC investigation has found. Hafiz Saeed who has a $10 million bounty on his head for allegedly masterminding the Nov 2008 attacks in Mumbai thrilled audiences in packed mosques in towns round this united states by means of calling for a return to the times whilst Muslims waged jihad and infidels paid them protection money.Hafiz Saeed the founding father of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) has all the time denied involvement within the Mumbai carnage.

The revelation got here amidst considerations for the British government and intelligence companies about the massive selection of Muslims going abroad to struggle holy wars. For most people this arguable non secular calling got here to the fore after nine/eleven 7/7 (the attacks in Britain in July 2005) and the Arab Spring – younger disenfranchised and radical recruits heading from Britain to Iraq Somalia Libya and Syria.The research which was once the foundation of a 40-minute BBC Radio 4 documentary The Break of day of British Jihad used to be broadcast on Tuesday night. It found out that the roots of violent religious fight by British Muslims have been laid within the mid-Nineteen Nineties so much in advance than prior to now thought.



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