Mumbai mass murder mastermind released from prison


The Mumbai Muslim jihad massacre mastermind, Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi, was released from jail yesterday. Zaki had a posh jail suite and all the amenities, including a TV, a cellphone and the works. He even fathered a child from prison. It was a jail term in name only. The ISI (Pakistani intelligence) protects the jihadists.

The Government of India said that the attackers came from Pakistan, and their controllers were in Pakistan.

India should have declared war on Pakistan over the Mumbai jihad. In November 2008,  Pakistani members of a jihadi organization in cooperation with the ISI carried out a series of twelve coordinated shooting and bombing attacks over the course of  four days across Mumbai. Ajmal Kasab, the only attacker who was captured alive, later confessed upon interrogation that the attacks were conducted with the support of Pakistan Government’s intelligence agency ISI.

The chilling words of the Mumbai jihadists recorded during their murder spree: “Keep killing, keep killing, the dogs.’ “Insh’Allah” ‘The manner of your death will instill fear in the unbelievers. This is a battle between Islam and the unbelievers.”

The Rabbi and his wife at Nariman House, the Jewish house (the primary target for these devout Muslims) were “sexually assaulted and their genitalia mutilated”. The Rabbi’s wife was pregnant. Many of their non-Muslim victims at the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower and other attack targets were sexually mutilated, too.

The actual phone intercepts show the Muslims killing indiscriminately in the name of Allah during the Islamic attack on Mumbai.

They released all the Muslims, as they did in Kenyan university jihad attack, the Westgate mall massacre, the BP Petroleum Complex attack etc.

I conducted an in-depth interview on the Mumbai jihad back in 2009 with Alyssa Lappen over at  Right Side News here. Read it.

Wasi: ‘Shoot them in the back of the head.’

Akasha: ‘Sure. Just as soon as we come under fire.’

Wasi: ‘No. Don’t wait any longer. You never know when you might come under attack.’

Akasha: ‘Insh’Allah’ (God willing).

I will never understand why India didn’t drop a few MOABs on the Muslim training camps and jihad schools in Pakistan. That’s where central command was for the Mumbai jihadis.

They should have attacked Pakistan with disproportionate force and taken out their nukes while they were in defense mode.

Mumbai hostage islam

Revealed: The chilling words of the Mumbai killers recorded during their murder spree

This is Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, caught on film as he unleashed a devastating and indiscriminate attack in Mumbai that left 166 people dead. But this picture is not the most dramatic record of that day. During the raid, the Indian intelligence services intercepted mobile phone calls between Kasab, his terrorist comrades and a mysterious handler hundreds of miles away, who issued commands to shoot civilians without mercy. These shocking tapes reveal the sinister mind control used to turn young men into killing machines – and the casual, off-hand brutality of the men who masterminded the massacre

Kasab: ‘Oh… It’s

When asked about the massacre at the railway
station, Kasab is equally direct. 

Kasab: ‘They told us we had to do this

Interrogator: ‘What do you mean by

Kasab: ‘I was supposed to kill

Interrogator: ‘Which people?’

Kasab: ‘Whoever was there.’

Interrogator: ‘What kind of people did
they tell you to kill?’

Kasab: ‘Just ordinary people, no one
in particular.’ Next, the policeman tries to figure out the terrorists’ exit

Interrogator: ‘After completing your
job today, where were you going to go?’

Kasab: ‘We were all going to

Interrogator: ‘How’s that?’

Kasab: ‘He told us we’d be going to

Interrogator: ‘How many people did you

Kasab: ‘I don’t know.’

Interrogator: ‘OK, how many rounds did
you fire?’

Kasab: ‘Er… dunno. Two-and-a-half

Interrogator: ‘And how many people did
you kill?’

Kasab: ‘I don’t know. I just kept
firing and firing.’

Interrogator: ‘And this job. What time
was it supposed to finish?’

Kasab: They said as long as you’re
alive, keep killing, keep killing, the dogs.’


Taj majal

Gunmen caught on CCTV at the Taj Hotel – behind the double doors, 300 guests are sitting silently in a function room.

Wasi: ‘Just shoot them now.
Get rid of them. Because you could come under fire at any time and
you’ll only end up leaving them behind.’

Akasha: ‘Everything’s quiet here for now.’

Wasi: ‘Shoot them in the back of the head.’

Akasha: ‘Sure. Just as soon as we come under fire.’

Wasi: ‘No. Don’t wait any longer. You never know when you might come under attack.’

Akasha: ‘Insh’Allah’ (God willing).

Wasi: ‘I’ll stay on the line.’

There’s silence for 15 seconds. No gunshots.

Akasha: ‘Hello?’

Wasi: ‘Do it. Do it. I’m listening. Do it.’

Akasha: ‘What, shoot them?’

Wasi: ‘Yes, do it. Sit them up and shoot them in the back of the head.’


Mumbai railway station, where 52 people were killed

Today FOX News is reporting: Alleged mastermind of Mumbai attacks that left 166 dead leaves Pakistan jail (April 10, 2015)

Indian leaders are strongly protesting a Pakistan court’s Friday release of the suspected mastermind of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks that left 166 people dead.

Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, 55, said to be the operations chief for Lashkar-e-Taiba—the terror group blamed for the deadly attacks—was released on a court order that he be free pending trial, his lawyer, Rizwan Abbasi,said.

As Lakhvi was freed from an Islamabad jail, an Indian envoy met the Pakistan foreign secretary in the city to protest his release, the Times of India reported.

The Indian envoy told Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry that Lakhvi’s release has reinforced the perception that Pakistan has a dual policy on dealing with terrorists.

“Our high commissioner has registered our strong concerns with the foreign secretary of Pakistan at the release of a principal accused in the Mumbai terrorist attack of 2008,” the external affairs ministry spokesperson said.

India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh expressed India’s frustration with the decision, the Press Trust of India news agency reported.

“India wants talks with Pakistan but the present development is unfortunate and disappointing,” Singh told reporters in Lucknow, the capital of India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

On Thursday, when the court ordered Lakhvi’s release for a second time, Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesman Syed Akbaruddin said that the failure to effectively prosecute “known terrorists” is a “real security threat for India and the world.

U.S. State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said U.S. officials were “gravely concerned” about Lakhvi’s release and considering what steps to take next to encourage Pakistan to bring the suspected terrorists to justice.

France also backed India’s concerns, with President Francois Hollande calling Lakhvi’s release ‘shocking’.

A Pakistani court first ordered Lakhvi’s release on March 13, after Abbasi launched a legal battle claiming Lakhvi was being unlawfully held. But he remained in detention amid mounting pressure on Pakistan to more actively confront Islamic militants. He was ordered released for a second time on Thursday.

He still faces terrorism charges over the Mumbai attacks but the trial has not yet started.

“This is a triumph for law and justice,” Abbasi said.

It’s unclear if Lakhvi is banned from leaving Pakistan but Abbasi says he has to appear in court for his trial. His Pakistani passport was earlier deposited with the court authorities.

Lakhvi, who was first granted bail last December, is one of seven suspects on trial in Pakistan in connection with the Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people. He was arrested in 2009 and had been in detention since then — until Friday.

India has repeatedly urged Pakistan to more actively pursue the case, and Pakistan faced renewed pressure following the Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar in December, which left more than 140 people dead, mainly schoolchildren.

Lashkar-e-Taiba is an organization founded by Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, who now heads a charity known as Jamaat-ud-Dawa, or JuD, which denies any links to the militant group.

India wants Saeed, the JuD leader, also tried for the Mumbai attacks, and the United States has offered a $10 million reward for information that can bring him to justice.

Saeed had been in detention for a few months in connection with the Mumbai attacks but was never charged, and today he freely travels around Pakistan, making appearances on TV and in public.

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