Hafiz Saeed News
There is a growing realisation among the Canadian political class that the appeasement of Khalistanis will cost Canada its bilateral relations with India big time
Pakistan-based militant Abdul Rehman Makki is a US-designated terrorist and brother-in-law of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief and 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed
The court said Malik had set up an elaborate structure and mechanism across the world to raise funds for carrying out terrorist and other unlawful activities in Jammu and Kashmir in the name of freedom struggle
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, in the 2020 Country Reports on Terrorism issued on Thursday, said that regionally, terrorist groups continued to operate from Pakistan.
The real danger right now is refusing to see the dangers of this newly minted ‘liberalism with Taliban characteristics'
Significant progress on FATF's first action plan: US on Pakistan's grey list status for terror financing
The global body against money laundering and terror financing had also asked Pakistan to work to address its strategically important deficiencies
Three persons were killed and 24 others injured when a car bomb exploded outside the JuD chief's residence at Johar Town in Lahore on 23 June
FATF Pakistan status: Until Pakistan stops terror financing and providing terror infrastructure, it is unlikely to come out of the grey list
Pakistan: Two killed, 17 injured as explosion rocks Lahore's Johar; cause of blast yet to be ascertained
Multiple witnesses said that the glass windows of nearby homes and buildings were shattered. According to reports, the sound was so loud that it was heard in faraway areas
Pakistan court sentences Hafiz Saeed's two close aides to over 15 years each in terror financing case
The anti-terrorism court in Lahore on Tuesday also sentenced Saeed’s brother-in-law Abdul Rehman Makki to six months in jail
Lakhvi is alleged to be a leader of the Lashker-e-Taiba group that organised the Mumbai attacks in 2008 that killed 166 people. He was detained days after the Mumbai attacks but released in 2015 by Pakistani courts
12 years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Look at Pakistan masterminds, brave Indian officers and survivors who lived to tell the brutal tale
As Mumbai grappled with the four-day siege in 2008, many heroes emerged. While some lived to tell the tale, others sacrificed their lives to ensure hundreds were rescued from the horrific shooting and bombings that followed
Hafiz Saeed's 'ten-year jail sentence' is an eyewash; LeT chief remains emblem of Pakistani duplicity
Saeed has been in and out of house arrest since 2008, with the courts setting him free after the State seemed unable to frame charges
The Anti-Terrorism Court of Lahore handed down six and five-and-a-half years of imprisonment to the JuD's Muhammad Ashraf and Lucman Shah, respectively
Pakistani anti-terrorism court sentences 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed to 10 years in jail in two terror cases
The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) of Lahore on Thursday also sentenced three other leaders of Jamat-ud-Dawa, including Saeed's two close aides — Zafar Iqbal and Yahya Mujahid — to 10 and a half years each, while his brother-in-law Abdul Rehman Makki was sentenced to six months imprisonment
Sources said some of the tasks which Pakistan failed to fulfil include failure to take action against all UN-designated terrorists like JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar, LeT founder Hafiz Seed and the outfit's operational commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi
The strong rebuttal came after Imran Khan spoke about India's internal affairs, including the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, at the high-level General Debate
Islamabad has claimed that the assertions made by some sections of the media about Pakistan admitting to the "presence of certain listed individuals" are baseless and misleading
Bank accounts of Hafiz Saeed, four other JuD leaders restored after approval from UN Sanctions Committee: Report
All five are currently serving sentences ranging from one to five years in a Lahore jail in connection to terror financing cases.
At UN, India asks Pakistan to stop terror funding and dismantle militant camps operating from its soil
India's terse statement came a week after the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) decided to retain Pakistan on its 'Grey List' and warned the country of stern action if it fails to prosecute and penalise those involved in terror funding emanating from its jurisdiction.