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Zakir Musa should do a Favour to oppressed & return: UJC Chief Salahuddin.

Zakir Musa should do a Favour to oppressed & return: UJC Chief Salahuddin.


The leader of Militant Amalgam in Kashmir, has asked an unsatisfactory rebel group, which combines alliance with al-Qaeda, to ‘do a favour to the oppressed people by coming back’.

Syed Salahuddin, head of the Joint Jihad Council based in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, told The Week: "About Zakir Musa, I can only say that Indian agencies have used him by taking advantage of his innocence, immaturity and emotion".

He said: I still hope that he will understand the conspiracies against his freedom-loving nation and come back in favor of the victims and make one side.

In the news magazine's interview, the militant commander, who fought the elections in Jammu and Kashmir before taking up arms in 1987, said: "The relationship between local militants and foreign militants was done by Muhajirin [the first Muslim who had gone from Medina to Mecca. And Ansar [first Muslim of Medina]. The situation of foreign militants in Kashmir is an assistant, not a master".

In response to a question about young men joining the group Hizb Ul Mujahideen, Salahuddin said: We can not discourage anyone's passion and honesty. We do our best to not recruit youth who are too young. Mental maturation and physical rigor are a must. These guidelines have been passed to the commanders of the field.