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Lashkar-e Tayyiba

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Junior Cortez

on 9 April 2014

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The group size is unknown. But the terrorist portal says LeT consist of
several thousand members.
LeT's primary enemies are
India, the U.S., and Isreal
Friday, April 4, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
The group was founded in the early 1990s by
Hafez Saeed
, Abdullah Azzam & Zafar Iqbal
Lashkar-e Tayyiba has many leaders

LeT is known for it's use of
assault rifles, light and heavy machine guns, mortars,explosives & rocket-propelled grenades
. LET has also carried out several high-profile attacks against civilian and military targets in India, including suicide bombings.
January 25 1998
: Wandhama massacre: 23 Kashmiri pandits were murdered on
November 26–29, 2008
: A series of coordinated attacks against a railway station, a popular restaurant, a hospital, two hotels and a Jewish Center: more than 170 killed, approximately 300 injured.
July 11, 2006
: Coordinated bombings on Mumbai commuter trains: more than 180 killed, more than 800 injured.
October 29, 2005
: Three coordinated bombings in New Delhi markets and on a bus: at least 63 killed, more than 200 injured.
August 25, 2003
: Twin car bombings in Mumbai: 52 killed, 150 injured.

September 24, 2002
: Raid on Akshardam Temple in Gujarat: 33 killed, 70 injured.
May 14, 2002
: Attack on Indian Army base in Kaluchak: 36 killed, 48 injured.
December 13, 2001
: Gunmen attack the Parliament of India in New Delhi in coordination with the Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed: nine dead, 18 injured.
The groups headquarters are
based in Muridke
, near Lahore in Punjab province of Pakistan. And the group operates several training camps in Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
In 2002, Pakistan banned LeT, and the United States labeled it a terrorist organization.
LeT was banned in India in 2001.
Most recently, the United States in 2010 made an order against The Falah-i Insaniat Foundation (FIF), which was renamed the renamed JuD, and is a part of LeT's and named it a terrorist organization.
The LeT's are
freedom fighters.
Because in India , anyone who is fighting for the people of Kashmir are labeled freedom fighters. LeT's fights against the Indian army, trying to stop them from killing civilians daily.
I think, because of all the networking being done by them with schools,medical centers,and various offices the LeT will be successful. Also, they are sponsored by the ISI, which funds all weapons ,intellegance , and instructions.
The purpose of the LeT is to
drive the out the indian security forces from Kashmir and create an islamic state in the surrounding region.
As a part of this, LeT has said it will plant the "flag of islam" in Washington, Tel Aviv, and New Dehli.
LeT runs a big network of schools, offices, and medical centers. They run a network of primary and upper level schools the teach over 18,000 students. LeT pushes its view of islam, the school also teaches other subjects. However, LeT's worldview is put into every part of education. LeT is also a major healthcare provider,running hospitals which are all considered members and ways of recruitment.
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"The Financing of Lashkar-e-Taiba - GlobalECCO." The Financing of Lashkar-e-Taiba - GlobalECCO. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Apr. 2014.
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