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Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) is a Pakistani Islamic terrorist organization that launches attacks against Indian military and civilian targets.[1] The agenda of LeT is to establish Islamic rule over India. Their ideology is based on an intensely virulent strain of Islamic Fundamentalism, anti-Semitism, anti-Hinduism, Hesperophobia, Xenophobia and the hatred of and prejudices against non-Muslim minorities (such as Christians and Hindus). Their ultimate goal is to eradicate all Hindus in Kashmir and India and establish a totalitarian, Islamic fascist regime. They also have disparaging views against Jews and support terrorist groups in Palestine against the holy land of Israel. Their propaganda routinely demonizes Jews and Hindus together as "enemies of Islam"[1][2][3]. However Lashkar-e-Taiba is also involved with the global jihadist movement as it gives shelter to Al-Qaeda fighters and has vowed to paint "the flag of Islam" in Washington D.C.,Tel Aviv and New Delhi. [2] Lashkar-e-Taiba is actively supported by the Pakistani Military and Inter-Services Intelligence.[3] Additionally, LeT runs fundraising and recruitment activities the U.S, Canada, Australia, and Europe. [4]


  • Hafiz Muhammad Saeed - Founder and emir
  • Yahiya Mujahid - Spokesman
  • Sajid Mir - Commander of Overseas Operations
  • Zaki-Ur-Rehman Lakhvi - Supreme Commander of Kashmir and operational commander of LeT
  • Rahman-ur-Dakhil - Deputy Supreme Commander
  • Abdullah Shehzad - Chief Operations Commander,Valley
  • Nazir Ahmad Chaudhry - Director of Public relations
  • Muhammad Hussein Gill - Chief financial officer
  • Abdul Hassan - Central Division Commander
  • Kari Saif-Ul-Rehman - North Division Commander