Indian Mujahideen: Indian Mujahideen is an Islamic terrorist group in India that has claimed responsibility for several attacks against innocent targets in India. Belived to be a “shadow amalgam of SIMI and Lashkar-e-Toiba,” the Indian Mujahideen has been declared a terrorist organization. However, no decision had been taken to ban the organization as the 28th September 2008. The change in names is also thought to signal a change in tactics that SIMI-affiliated militants attempt to garner more support from India’s Muslim community rather than be seen as a group consisting of foreigners.
Two days after 13 May 2008 Jaipur bombings sent the Islamic extremist group, an e-mail to Indian media, which they claimed responsibility for the attacks and said they would “demolish the faith of the infidels of India”. The Indian Mujahideen has claimed responsibility for the bomb in the holy city of Varanasi. New Delhi, DEC 7 (PTI), the Indian Mujahideen in the news again with the blast in Varanasi, the first time after it was banned, and designated as a terrorist outfit by the Union.
Indian Mujahideen website: Indian Mujahideen has taken cyber buffs also as a site, named after the terrorist outfit, has been a big catch for all. It got more than 400 hits and is now for sale also. As reported by The Times of India, Samir Ansari-owned site www.indianmujahideen.com also attracted enough attention in the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) and the police in Khar. But it is to attract business to the owner, who is showered with money from advertisers every time someone clicks on it.
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Indian Mujahideen Email: An email sent from the banned terrorist outfit Indian Mujahideen to media houses more responsibility for the blast in Varanasi today was sent from Malad in Mumbai. Internet Protocol address of the five pages e-mail signed by “Al-Arbi” was located at Malad in suburbs of Mumbai and police officers were immediately transported to the area, said official sources. Terrorists, Indian Mujahideen has used the unsecured WiFi connections to send mail to media within minutes after the blast.
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