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Al-Qaida chief threatens India over Kashmir, unveils Pakistan's role in fuelling cross-border terrorism

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 10 July 2019
Terror group al-Qaida's chief, Ayman al-Zawahiri, has told "Mujahideen in Kashmir" to hurt Indian interests in Jammu and Kashmir, in a message released by the outfit's media wing, as per the Foundation for Defence of Democracies' Long War Journal. While Zawahiri did not explicitly mention deceased terrorist Zakir Musa, his picture flashed on the screen as the terror outfit's chief spoke on Kashmir.
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