A Note In US Defence Department File About Terror Training of Jaish, Leaked 15 Years Ago - TNBC USA

The secret US Defence Department mentioned in a leaked file about the major training camp of the Jaish-e-Mohammed in Balakot in Pakistan fifteen years ago. The epistle discussions about a Pakistani national Hafez K. Rahman, a Guantanamo Detainee, who was 20 years old and born in Gujarat, in Pakistan, who became a jihadi.

The document of 31st January 2004, inked by Major General Geoffrey  Miller of the US Army says Rahman has been trained in Balakot of Pakistan, a location which is known to house a “training camp that offers both basic and advanced terrorist training on explosives and artillery ”.

It claims Rahman has acknowledged to volunteer to combat jihad against the US and its allies, surviving after the events of September 11 the to continue the fight and receive the training from the Jaish-e-Mohammed.

The JEM backs Jihad against the US and it is directly aided by Al-Qaeda, Gen, according to the writing of Miller. It claims Rahman was controlled by the extremist Mullahs in Pakistan and planned about he would go to Jihad in support of the Taliban.

He wrote, “ Detainee traveled to Zahir, Pakistan, and attended a training camp run by the JeM”.

Major General Geoffrey  Miller also stated JEM as a Tier 1 terrorist group, especially those with state support, which have denoted the purpose and the capability to attack US persons or interests.

The completion of basic training, Rahman visited along with a larger group of JEM fighters to the area around Kunduz, in Afghanistan. He was arrested by the Northern Alliance and rolled over to US forces. He was eventually shifted to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, in Cuba, on 7th February 2002, for his command of the Moaskar training camp in Balakot, of Pakistan, and his bonding with the Taliban as a foreign fighter, the US Defence Department memorandum claims.




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