JeM mouthpiece hushed for first time in 13 years

For the first time in last 13 years, Pakistan based terrorist outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) did not publish its weekly mouthpiece Al-qalam. The Peshawar-based publication of the Urdu weekly has never stopped since its first issue in 2006.

JeM has been using this paper to publish its propaganda and collect funds. JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar also writes his column under pen name ‘sadi’ for the mouthpiece.

Earlier India Today TV’s report, titled ‘Balakot Tapes’ revealed that despite a purported crackdown by Pakistani government, JeM was not only publishing its weekly paper but also openly collecting funds across various cities in Pakistan. Read More

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