Alhamdullilah, it looks like the Mujaahideen in Kashmir are starting to realize past mistakes and that this realization is starting to purify their ‘Aqeedah. It’s a step forward, walhamdullilah. Previously, there was a lot of mix-matching with the Mujaahideen and Taaghoot of Pakistan and it didn’t leave behind good results.
There were however many individuals amongst the Mujaahideen in Kashmir that had the proper ‘Aqeedah or who had very sincere intentions but were under the wrong leadership. But now, as it seems, the leadership is starting to reject the Tawaagheet and we ask Allah to make it so.
As long as the Muslims take the Mujaahideen of Afghanistan as their role models (as well as the Islamic State of ‘Iraaq), then this is a step forward in the right direction:
Pakistan: Militant chief vows to fight on until Kashmir is liberated from India
Syed Salahuddin, chief of the Hezb-ul-Mujahedeen militant group, also said rulers of Muslim nations “have become facilitators of the enemy” — an apparent reference to collaboration with the United States.
Salahuddin spoke at a gathering of about 500 people who chanted “Our way of life, jihad, jihad!” and “God is great!” Organizers said they included militants from India’s part of divided Kashmir and Afghanistan as well as relatives of those killed in the two conflict zones.
Signs promoting jihad, or holy war, were displayed inside a hall in a mosque in Rawalpindi, near the capital Islamabad. Video CDs purportedly showing militant operations in Afghanistan, Kashmir, Iraq and Chechnya were on sale.
Salahuddin, one of India’s most wanted men, delivered a speech in which he repeatedly branded U.S. President George W. Bush as “satan.”
“Jihad will continue in Kashmir as long as a single Indian soldier is there,” Salahuddin said.
“Muslim nations…are not supporting the mujahedeen in Kashmir, Afghanistan, Palestine, Iraq and Chechnya,” he added. “Muslim rulers have become the facilitators of the enemy. Muslims have been labeled as terrorists and handed over to the enemy to receive dollars.”
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