mujahidin


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4) In the Afghan hinterland, tribal and ethnic coalitions took control of the major regional garrisons, with mujahidin and former government commanders forming autonomous power centers, paying little allegiance to the new interim government.
Speaking to Al Jazeera from New Delhi on Monday, General Ashok Mehta, an independent security analyst in India, said that in the five-page email, Indian Mujahidin also said they were going to take revenge for what is happening in Indian-administered Kashmir.
A generation of fighters went there to join the mujahidin.
Abu Jibril was first arrested by the Malaysian government in June 2001 under the Internal Security Act after a botched bank robbery that led police to uncover the existence of the militant group Kumpulan Mujahidin Malaysia, a local link to Jemaah Islamiyah that seeks to establish a pure Islamic state in Malaysia.
King said about 80 rebel fighters aligned with the former mujahidin commander Gulbuddin Helmatyar were lodged in caves and mountain hideouts near the border with Pakistan and fired on Apache helicopters that went to investigate their presence.
support were withdrawn, and the rabidly fanatical and well trained Mujahidin volunteers left Afghanistan to pursue violent Islamic activism throughout the Middle East.
About the unrest in Afghanistan in early 1990s, he said mujahidin leaders had sworn they would remain loyal to defending the country, but later those fake leaders destroyed the country by fighting each other for own interests.
For one, Mujahidin enjoyed active external support including sanctuary.
Baghdad / NINA /-- Toll of casualties and number of victims of the attack which was carried out by Iraqi army forces at dawn today on Camp Ashraf up to / / 35 dead and dozens of wounded all of them are members of the Organization of Iranian opposition Mujahidin Khalq.
The US says he the leader of the Kumpulun Mujahidin Malaysia (KMM) and a member of the central command of Jemaah Islamiyah, which is blamed for numerous attacks, including the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings in Indonesia.
Colonel Imam, whose real name is Amir Sultan Tarar, was chosen for the job of running Mujahidin training and operations by the ISI because of his skills and US military experience.
Muhammad was arrested in June 2001 after a botched bank robbery attempt which led police to uncover the existence of the militant group Kumpulan Mujahidin Malaysia, a local link to Jemaah Islamiyah that seeks to establish a purer Islamic state in Malaysia.
At each site the same letter was found, signed by "the hero mujahidin of Afghanistan".
He added that it was a sentence "carried out by the mujahidin.