A painting on a wall inside the new compound belonging to the terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad, just outside Bahawalpur, Pakistan, shows jihadist inscriptions and insignia. Here on the right, the black and white flag of Jaish-e-Mohammad is visible, alongside the deeply symbolic picture of the Red Fort in Delhi, India, and charging horses. It declares that "Jaish-e-Mohammad will return", implying that group will attack India again. The extremist organization was behind the 2001 assault on the Indian parliament in Delhi. (MCT)
A painting on a wall inside the new compound belonging to the terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad, just outside Bahawalpur, Pakistan, shows jihadist inscriptions and insignia. Here on the right, the black and white flag of Jaish-e-Mohammad is visible, alongside the deeply symbolic picture of the Red Fort in Delhi, India, and charging horses. It declares that "Jaish-e-Mohammad will return", implying that group will attack India again. The extremist organization was behind the 2001 assault on the Indian parliament in Delhi. (MCT) MCT
A painting on a wall inside the new compound belonging to the terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad, just outside Bahawalpur, Pakistan, shows jihadist inscriptions and insignia. Here on the right, the black and white flag of Jaish-e-Mohammad is visible, alongside the deeply symbolic picture of the Red Fort in Delhi, India, and charging horses. It declares that "Jaish-e-Mohammad will return", implying that group will attack India again. The extremist organization was behind the 2001 assault on the Indian parliament in Delhi. (MCT) MCT

Terror group builds big base under Pakistani officials' noses

September 13, 2009 3:21 PM

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