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

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September 13, 2009 3:21 PM

Terror group builds big base under Pakistani officials' noses

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