Zakir Musa: won’t rest till India is ‘liberated’

The Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, the Kashmir-based al-Qaida affiliate led by former Hizbul Mujahideen leader Zakir Musa, warned on Friday that it would not rest until it “liberates occupied Hindustan”.

The media release, while citing the 8th century example of Muhammad bin Qasim who had defeated and killed Raja Dahir, the then Hindu king of Sindh clearing the way for more Islamic conquests on the subcontinent, appealed to all Muslims to sacrifice their comforts and join the battle to re-establish Islamic Caliphate.

Claiming that Qasim invaded the land in 711 CE, the statement said the Hindu king was killed and Muslims taken prisoner by him were freed. 

Intelligence sources said while the statement was indeed issued via Al Hurr media, the official media network of Ghazwat-ul-Hind, its source could not be verified.


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