JeM terror camp in Balakot, Pakistan, found a mention in a secret US Defence Department file leaked by WikiLeaks The JeM terror camp in Balakot was destroyed by IAF airstrikes—India’s response to the Pulwama terror attack
WASHINGTON: Fifteen years prior, the real fear monger preparing camp of the Jaish-e-Mohammed in Balakot in Pakistan found a notice in an indicated mystery US Defense Department record spilled by WikiLeaks.
The reminder discusses a Pakistani national Hafez K. Rahman, a Guantanamo Detainee, who was 20 years of age and conceived in Gujrat, Pakistan, who ended up being a jihadi.
The 31 January 2004 record, marked by Major General Geoffery Miller of the US Army says Rahman got preparing in Balakot, Pakistan, an area known to house a “preparation camp that offers both essential and propelled fear based oppressor preparing on explosives and big guns.”
It says Rahman has confessed to volunteering to battle jihad against the US and its partners, staying after the occasions of September 1lth to proceed to battle, and getting preparing from the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM).
The JeM upholds Jihad against the US and is specifically upheld by Al-Qaida, Gen. Mill operator composed.
It says Rahman was affected by radical Mullahs in Pakistan and chose he would go to Jihad in the help of the Taliban.
“Prisoner ventured out to Zahir, Pakistan, and went to a preparation camp kept running by the JeM,” he composed.
Mill operator additionally depicted JeM as a Tier 1 fear monger gathering, particularly those with state support, that have exhibited the expectation and the capacity to assault US people or interests.
Subsequent to finishing fundamental preparing, Rahman went alongside a bigger gathering of JeM warriors to the territory around Konduz, Afghanistan. He was caught by the Northern Alliance and swung over to US powers. He was in this manner transported to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba, on February 7, 2002, in view of his insight into the Moaskar preparing the camp in Balakot, Pakistan, and his connection with the Taliban as a remote warrior, the US Defense Department reminder says.
A huge number of delicate discretionary links, particularly those of the US State Department and Department of Defense, were distributed by the shrouded site WikiLeaks, which has built up notoriety for distributing touchy material from governments and other prominent associations.
WikiLeaks organizer Julian Assange, an Australian national, took refuge in the consulate of Ecuador in the UK in 2012. The US government has looked for his removal from the UK for distributing US discretionary and military insider facts.