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01 Jan 2018

Pulwama attack: Teen terrorist urges Kashmiris to join "anti-India fight"

Yesterday, three terrorists attacked a CRPF camp at J&K's Pulwama. All three were killed. Five security personnel also died.

JeM has now released a video of one of the three, 17-year-old Fardeen Ahmad Khanday, son of a serving cop.

Khanday, who had left his home in September, is seen urging Kashmiri youths to join the "fight against India".

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Teen terrorist urges Kashmiris to join "anti-India fight"
Fardeen had left home three months ago


Fardeen had left home three months ago

Fardeen's first picture with JeM links surfaced a month after he left home. In it, he was seen with an AK-47.

In today's video, he is sitting with rifles and ammunition.

"The infidels have occupied our land, modesty of our women is at stake, so Jihad becomes our duty."

"By the time the video is released I would be in paradise."


'Impossible to stop Jaish-e-Mohammad now'

Fardeen claims the "rise of militancy has nothing to do with unemployment, but a reaction to Kashmir's occupation by India".

He insists that despite "repeated claims that Jaish-e-Mohammad is finished, I want to tell everyone it is impossible to stop Jaish-e-Mohammad now". He pays tributes to JeM leader Maulana Masood Azhar.

"Youth of Kashmir, please realize your duties and join the fight for azadi."

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Thousands attend Fardeen's funeral in Tral


Thousands attend Fardeen's funeral in Tral

Meanwhile, thousands of people attended Fardeen's funeral in Tral, reported Greater Kashmir.

Talking to HT, a senior cop blamed former JeM commander Noor Trali, eliminated in an encounter last week, "for such level of indoctrination".

Officials said they had information JeM would try to "avenge Trali's death".

DGP SP Vaid had said yesterday that "almost entire militant leadership" had been eliminated in 2017.

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