Al-Rehmat Trust, a non-governmental organization that is a front for the Pakistani jihadist group Jaish-e-Muhammad, has organized a series of lessons on the "jihadist verses" of the holy Koran in several Pakistani cities.
According to a report in the Urdu-language weekly magazine Haftroza Al-Qalam, which is affiliated with Jaish-e-Muhammad, the lessons were organized by Majlis-e-Dawat-ul-Quran Pakistan, a religious organization. Jaish-e-Muhammad is an Al-Qaeda-linked militant group headed by Maulana Masood Azhar. Azhar was one of the three militants released by India in exchange for the passengers of the Indian plane hijacked to Kandahar in 1999. ...
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