| Thought process of a Indian Jihadi 07/07/2012 01:33:07
Abu Jindal who was in Karachi control room to oversee 26/11 attack in Mumbai, throws light into the thinking process of a Indian Jihadi.
- He believes he did his "religious duty".
- He explained the deaths, saying that in the way of god people have to sacrifice not only their life but also leave their homes, relatives and family too.
- Jindal, who loves to expound on Islam and offers namaz five times a day during which he rubs his forehead against the floor as a true devout, told interrogators that the 2008 Mumbai carnage was "a part of his devotion for his religious duty called jihad".
- He told interrogators that the word jihad appears 41 times in the Quran and frequently in the idiomatic expression "striving in the way of god (al-jihad fi sabil Allah)".
- Asked why he had chosen India for jihad, Jindal is believed to have told interrogators, "It's a religious war with those who are unbelievers in the mission of Muhammad.... especially for the purpose of advancing Islam and repelling evil from Muslims."
- An unrepentant Jindal told investigators that if he gets another chance, he will repeat the terror attack as it would help him get a place in jannat (heaven) through jihad.
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