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Uday Patel | HENB | Glasgow | Jan 10, 2018:: A very shocking news came to the headlines these days that the soil of United Kingdom was used as a conspiratory ground to attack Indian Hindus to fulfill the motto of Jihad. A terrorist suspect with $10 million bounty on his head visited Glasgow to recruit Muslim youths, new reports claim. But, Government of Indian is still less concerned about it to verify the truth to neutralize that spearhead of Jihad now living safe in Pakistan.
The Times say a BBC documentary may have uncovered proof that Hafiz Saeed visited Scotland in the years before 9/11 and ‘called for jihad’ while speaking at a mosque in Glasgow.
Saeed, become one of the world’s most wanted terrorism suspects after it was alleged he was the mastermind behind the 26/11 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people in 2008. Though, he has always denied involvement.
But newly discovered and translated accounts suggest that Saeed may have been looking to recruit young jihadis whilst on a tour of British mosques.
In a magazine published by the jihadi group Lashkare-Taiba (LeT), it is reported that Saeed urged his audience in Birmingham to “Let’s all rise up for jihad”, denounced “Hindu dogs” and to cut the ‘roots of all weeds’ for a good harvest in Islam.
That address “in real terms laid the foundation of Jihad in the UK”, according to the articles, whose author, from Oldham, was one of Saeed’s hosts.
He is also reported to have spoken in a Glasgow mosque and called for a return to the days when Muslims waged jihad and infidels paid them protection money.
Hafiz Saeed’s was on tour of Britain in August 23, 1995 and addressed a large gathering at the Central Mosque. He claimed Zionists were using billions of dollars to kill the spirit of Jihad – or Holy War – among Muslims.
“They are trying to entice Muslims to the politics of power through democracy…They are also using the interest-based economy to keep Muslims in debt,” said Saeed.
Saeed has denied reports from the LeT, which was banned in Britain banned in 2001.
He told The Times: “There was no fundraising [or] call for jihad. I was asked to talk about Kashmir. The atrocities of the Indian occupying forces were peaking at that time.”
The documentary ‘The Dawn of British Jihad‘+ was scheduled to air on BBC Radio 4 at 8pm yesterday.