Most Wanted - Profiles of Terror

Most Wanted - Profiles of Terror

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Author: Eminent Contributors
Publisher: Roli Books
Year: 2002
Language: English
Pages: 144
ISBN/UPC (if available): 817436207X


Terrorism is often referred to as India's threat number one. It has spread its tentacles far and wide through the groups operating in Kashmir and others. This book profiles leaders of six important militant organizations to provide rich, often frightening details of their modus operandi.


‘I received a satellite phone call from ‘Osama bin Laden’ “We have survived the American missile attack,” he conveyed. “Tell the Americans that the war has just begun. They should now wait for the answer.”
—Rahimullah Yusufzai on the ‘Al Qaeda’ Leader

‘Azhar’ refused to look at me or answer my questions for his religion forbade eye contact with women. It didn’t matter at all that he was in the Indian army’s custody.’
—Harinder Baweja on the ‘Jaish-e-Mohammed’ Chief

The US, which is presently mourning the devastation of the World Trade Center, will have to mourn much bigger losses ‘Hafiz Saeed’ told me menacingly.’
—Amir Mir on the ‘Lashkar-e-Toiba’ Chief

‘Paresh Barua’ called to wish me a Happy New Year… He was keen to find out whether India and Pakistan would go to war.
—Subir Bhumik on the Ulfa commander-in-Chief

‘Prabhakaran’ holds that women have more will-power to withstand crises. That is the reason he did not choose Sivarasan to witness Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination by Dhanu.
R Rajagopalan on the LTTE Chief

‘Syed Salahudin’ says his mission demands that he hides in jungles and remains cut off from his fellow beings because of the way “India” has subjugated the Kashmiris.
—Zafar Meraj on the Hizb-Ul-Mujahideen Commander


About the Authors
Editor’s Note

Osama bin Laden: Al Qaeda

Maulana Masood Azhar: Lashkar-e-Toiba
Paresh Barua: ULFA
Velupillai Prabhakaran: LITTE
Syed Salahudin: Hizb-ul-Mujahideen

Annexure I
Annexure II