Al Qaeda announces its Kashmir Cell, Zakir Musa to be the chief
Updated on February 11th, 2018
The international terrorist organisation Al Qaeda has announced it’s Kashmiri outfit, which will be called Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind.
Kashmiri Al Qaida will be lead by Zakir Musa, a former Hizbul Mujahideen Kashmir commander. Zakir Musa was the successor of Burhan Wani but Hizbul broke ties with him after he released a video warning Hurriyat Conference and anyone who calls Kashmir a political issue, and not an Islamic issues. He threatened to behead the separatist leadership if it betrays the cause of Islamic independence. He made it emphatically clear that he is fighting for establishing Islam, and not for any petty politics or independent Kashmir devoid of Islamism. Zakir Musa’s statement sent shockwaves till Pakistan. And the Pakistan based Hizbul abruptly dumped him. At a time when Pakistan is lobbying internationally to claim that the cause of Kashmiri secession is bonafide and genuine, it must have been bad publicity when Zakir Musa publicly stated that the idea of Kashmir without Islam is inconceivable.
Global Islamic Media Front, online propaganda arm of Al Qaida, wrote that” After the martyrdom of heroic Mujahid Burhan Wani the Jihad in Kashmir has entered a stage of awakening, as the Muslim Nation of Kashmir has committed to carry the flag of Jihad to repel the aggression of tyrant Indian invaders, and through Jihad, and with the aid of Allah only, we will liberate our homeland Kashmir”.