Mumbai Attacks

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Jamaat Al Daawa - Leadership
... Shortly after the November 2008 Mumbai attacks Saeed denied any links between the two groups "No Lashkar-e-Taiba man is in Jamaat-ud-Dawa and I have ... Named as being one of the masterminds of the Mumbai attack ... Named as a mastermind of the November 2008 Mumbai attacks by surviving gunman Ajmal Kasab ...
Sadanand Date - Mumbai Attacks
... Date attracted international attention during the November 2008 Mumbai attacks because of his actions resisting terrorists at the Cama and Albless Hospital for women and children, where ...
Jamaat Al Daawa - Activities - Notable Incidents
... David Headley, who was arrested in connection with the 2008 Mumbai attacks, reportedly confessed to the National Investigation Agency that the LeT carried out the ... The LeT was also held responsible by the government for the December 23, 2000 attack in Red Fort, New Delhi ... LeT confirmed its participation in the Red Fort attack ...
Attribution Of The 2008 Mumbai Attacks - Attribution
... Main article 2008 Mumbai attacks See also Erroneous reporting on the 2008 Mumbai attacks The Mumbai attacks were planned and directed by Lashkar-e-Taiba militants inside Pakistan ... counterparts that their investigations confirmed that LeT plotted and financed the attacks ... and established communication network to carry out terror attacks in Mumbai." The criminal investigation begun by the Mumbai police has identified 37 suspects – including two army ...

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