Jaish-E-Mohammad, Islamic State Flags, Slogans For Terrorist Zakir Musa In BBC Video Claiming To Show Kashmir Protests

The video shared by BBC Urdu and the Government of Pakistan claiming to capture protests in Kashmir after abrogation of the special status of the state shows flags of various terror groups being waived, and slogans in support of slain terrorists.

The video shared by BBC Urdu shows young men carrying flags of Jaish-e-Mohammad, Islamic State (IS) as well as banner with the photo of slain terrorist Sayar Ahmed alias Abu Jaree, an IS terrorist killed earlier this year. The crowd can also be heard shouting slogans for Zakir Musa, former Hizbul Mujahideen commander, and founder of an Indian terrorist cell of Al-Qaeda called Ansar Ghazwat-ul-Hind in 2017.

The video also shows slogans in favour of ‘Azadi’, and in response to the ‘Azadi ka matlab kya’ (What is the meaning of Azadi), the crowd can be heard shouting, “La Ilaha Il-Allah”, meaning, “There is no god but Allah”. Read More

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