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LeJ's Malik Ishaq put under house arrest

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  1. Devil Soul

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    LeJ's Malik Ishaq put under house arrest
    Published: September 22, 2011
    District authorities in Rahim Yar Khan put the leader of banned organisation Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Malik Ishaq under house arrest for 10 days due to security reasons, late Thursday night.
    A police contingent has been deployed outside Ishaq’s house and people have been barred from visiting him.
    Ishaq had recieved his passport to perform Umrah a few days ago.
    Ishaq, the alleged mastermind of the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team at Liberty Chowk in 2009, was granted bail by the Supreme Court, Lahore registry, after the prosecution failed to prove his involvement.
    After being released from jail on bail, Ishaq’s presence managed to cause violence and death last week when members of his entourage clashed with a Shia community in Muzaffargarh district, resulting in at least two deaths and ten injuries.
    LeJ’s Malik Ishaq put under house arrest – The Express Tribune
     
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    Below is our post from the Dr. Usman terrorist of the GHQ attack:


    involvement in anything, which is why no serving members of the Army nor the ISI have been implicated in anything, not the planning, not the use of "assets" to infiltrate groups, not arranging the escape after various acts of terror - this should be clear to all.
    Interesting that a who who of international terrorism should be assembled in NWA, and given that the international terrorist community is small, everyone sort of knows and hangs out with each other - Why was the Lankan team attacked again? by whom? and recall the "escape" of the group?


    After completing his studies he went to Afghanistan (twice) as if it was de rigeur - Where did he study that it was de rigeur to serve in Afghanistan? who facilitated this? With whom did he ftrain or fight in Afghanistan? Was this known when he enlisted in the Army?


    Readers will note that nowhere is the JeJ mentioned in the so called "confessional statement" - coincidence?