Zakir Musa’s successor killed, J and K police chief says the Al Qaeda supported group AGH has been ‘wiped out’
This news came a day after Zakir Musa's successor and chief of Kashmir's al-Qaeda unit, Hamid Lelhari, was gunned down in Jammu and Kashmir's Awantipora district.
NC chief Omar Abdullah calls Tral as ‘land of Musa and Burhan Wani’, warns locals against voting for BJP
Abdullah questioned the saffron's party's footing in an area such as Tral which according to him is "Land of Musa and Burhan Wani", the terrorists who were both neutralised by the Indian Armed Forces.
National Conference leader says people of Tral should not have voted for BJP as terrorists Burhan Wani and Zakir Musa were ‘martyred’ there
NC leader Ali Mohammad Sagar addresses Zakir Musa and Burhan Wani as ‘martyrs’
In an 11 minute video, Al Qaeda's Kashmir cell announced Abdul Hameed Lelhari as its new chief in Kashmir.
Mainstream media continues to whitewash terrorists, Zakir Musa is now ‘fashionable young boy’ who loved ‘cigarettes and sports bikes’
While the Pulwama attacker had said that he wants to kill the 'cow piss drinkers', Musa had stated that he wants to rid India of Hindus.
No AltNews, Zakir Musa was not a ‘separatist’, he was a terrorist who wanted to establish an Islamic Caliphate in Kashmir
AltNews founder whitewashes terrorism, calls dreaded terrorist Zakir Musa a 'separatist'
Four AK-47 rifles looted from Congress leader’s residence, policemen and security personnel summoned
The suspected terrorists have stolen the weapons from the official residence of Muzaffar Parray located in Jawahar Nagar area of Srinagar
NIA in a joint operation with the UP anti-terrorism squad conducted searches in 16 locations in Delhi and UP in connection with a new ISIS module in India named 'Harkat ul Harb-e-Islam’
Pakistan sponsored Hizbul terrorists loot weapons of fellow terrorists belonging to Zakir Musa’s terror group
Zakir Musa, a former Hizbul Mujahideen commander also a close aide of dead terrorist Burhan Wani. Zakir Musa had left the Hizbul in May 2017 and had claimed to lead Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind, a local affiliate of al-Qaeda
Zakir Musa may have been arrived in Punjab not only to save his life from the onslaught of security forces but also to revive Sikh terrorism in Punjab backed by Pakistan's ISI.
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