New Delhi, Nov 14: The National Investigation Agency during the course of its probe into a terror strike in Jammu and Kashmir has found a booklet that was published at the Da-ul-Andalus or the the DuA.
The DuA is incidentally the publishing arm of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa, the charity wing of the dreaded Lashkar-e-Tayiba.
The DuA located at 4 Lake Road, Chauburji at Lahore is into publishing propaganda material for the Lashkar-e-Tayiba recruits. The unit is located near the Masjid al-Qudisa of which Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief Hafiz Saeed is the chief patron.
This is where the Jihadi literature is printed:
A booklet that was found on one of the Handwara attackers was traced to to the above mentioned printing press in Lahore. The booklet titled Hash-up-Muslim had verses and other inspirational material for the jihadis. Fahadullah, one of the jihadis who attempted a strike on a army camp at Handwara had with him this booklet.
The attempt to attack the Rashtriya Rifles camp at Langate in Handwara, Jammu and Kashmir was foiled. Investigations found that Fahadullah was taking orders from his handler, Saqi. He had with him the booklet which he was reading for inspiration. Apart from this, he had also scribbled codes on the booklet, investigations also found.