Peshawar, Jan 4: The banned terrorist outfit, Lashkar-e-Islam (LeI) has launched its website to highlight the activities of the organization. LeI is led by Mangal Bagh in Khyber Agency, which was declared illegal in June 2007.
The website shows a black flag inscribed with 'Tehrik Lashkar-e-Islam' on the top right corner and outfit's logo on the top left.
With two cross swords on the homepage, the website was launched in the English language about two months ago, The News reports.
Written in poor quality English, the flash animation belt of the site shows the news highlights, generally, tales of LeI volunteers helping families to find out their kidnapped relatives, and acting against the criminal gangs.
The left table of the site has seven sections for videos, verses of Holy Quran, Hadith, stories, daily addressing, contact and feedback.
The 'contact us' on the page features two landline and three cell-phone numbers, while the feedback option requires visitor's email address to send a message to the LeI group.
The 'daily addressing' section of the web-page consists the audio speeches of LeI's leaders, mostly the routine orders, the LeI code of conduct and support invitation from people.
So far, the video section has been left empty, but LeI sources said that they would soon upload videos of their routine activities.
The 'Hadith' and 'Ayat' section of the LeI website consists of English translation of Hadiths and verses, while the 'stories' section contains LeI's routine work details and leaders' statements with photographs.
Though the quality of the language used on the site is sub-standard but, most readers can understand the messages posted on the site.