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Friday, May 6, 2011

Pakistani Transnational Terrorism

Pakistani Transnational Terrorist Organizations

The list below does not include other organizations such as al Qai'da which have Pakistanis as members. Neither does it include other terrorist groups who find safe harbor within Pakistani borders. These are home-grown Pakistani terrorist groups who export crime and terror from their homeland. Sometimes it's difficult to tell the players without a program. (Source US Government)(Source SATP.org)(Source Wikipedia)

Internally in Pakistan, From the summer of 2007 to late 2009, more than 5,500 people were killed in suicide and other attacks on civilians. (LINK)

A perspective from Australia. (LINK)
  1. Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM)
  2. Harkat-ul-Ansar (HuA, presently known asHarkat-ul Mujahideen)
  3. Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT)
  4. Jaish-e-Mohammad Mujahideen E-Tanzeem (JeM)
  5. Harkat-ul Mujahideen (HuM, previously known as Harkat-ul-Ansar)
  6. Al Badr
  7. Jamait-ul-Mujahideen (JuM)
  8. Lashkar-e-Jabbar (LeJ)
  9. Harkat-ul-Jehad-al-Islami (HUJI)
  10. Muttahida Jehad Council (MJC)
  11. Al Barq
  12. Tehrik-ul-Mujahideen
  13. Al Jehad
  14. Jammu & Kashir National Liberation Army
  15. People’s League
  16. Muslim Janbaz Force
  17. Kashmir Jehad Force
  18. Al Jehad Force (combines Muslim Janbaz Force and Kashmir Jehad Force)
  19. Al Umar Mujahideen
  20. Mahaz-e-Azadi
  21. Islami Jamaat-e-Tulba
  22. Jammu & Kashmir Students Liberation Front
  23. Ikhwan-ul-Mujahideen
  24. Islamic Students League
  25. Tehrik-e-Hurriat-e-Kashmir
  26. Tehrik-e-Nifaz-e-Fiqar Jafaria
  27. Al Mustafa Liberation Fighters
  28. Tehrik-e-Jehad-e-Islami
  29. Muslim Mujahideen
  30. Al Mujahid Force
  31. Tehrik-e-Jehad
  32. Islami Inquilabi Mahaz
I don't warrant that this is a COMPREHENSIVE LIST, it's simply a place to start and something to think about.


9 comments:

  1. It's nice to see the madrassas are doing so well educating Pakistani youth.

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  2. Pakistan clearly has a problem with terrorism. At least 32 terrorist organizations - Holy Cow!

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  3. Opus #6- I think that the Pakistani youth are being trained in much the same way as BHO was in Indonesia. I'm sure that the White House feels that it's grand, but there are others in this country who would have cause for concern.

    Teresa- The list isn't comprehensive... And they've seem to have lost the fight against terrorism. IF they really ever had one. I'm sure that their 'internal battle against terrorism' was really one of eliminating political adversaries and calling them terrorists. -- when you think about it, that's sort of what Homeland Secretary Napolitano was up to when she declared that pro-life people, returning veterans, police officers, and anti-illegal immigration people were 'potential domestic terrorists'. Maybe she'd be happier living in Pakistan?

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  4. Lovely people, just lovely.

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  5. We need no longer wonder why India is armed to the teeth.

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  6. Looks like a list of street gangs doesn't it :)

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  7. Well, really no surprise with the Pakis... They've been at it ever since they were broken off from India.

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  8. Old NFO - That's true in regard no surprise. And the rampant corruption in government, repressive Islam and the environment breeds these groups the way a garbage dump breeds flies. The question before America is what use the massive aid we dump in to Pakistan produces (cause and effect).

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  9. This is ridiculous! Why are you targeting these human rights groups? You must not care about human rights, which are:
    1) the right to be told your rights
    2) the right to exist in a carbon free world.
    3) the right to tune yourself to the harmonic resonances emanating from all forms of non-human life.

    I will be reporting this site to the U.N. (aka, the United Nations).

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