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Jihadist mule giving instigation and funding to anarchists in the US

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Jihadist mule giving instigation and funding to anarchists in the US

Vijaya Laxmi Tripura

Sitting in Houston, Texas, a long-time agent of Pakistani spy agency Inter Service Intelligence (ISI) has been giving instigation and funding to the ongoing anarchism and arsonist terrorism in the United States. Law enforcement and intelligence agencies are in the total dark about such notorious activities of this individual.

A few decades ago, a man named Sajjad Hossain was recruited by Pakistani ISI, who had regular connections with a number of militancy outfits including Hizb Ut Tahrir and Jamaatul Mujahidin Bangladesh. In Bangladesh, although he never had any visible source of income, Sajjad was living a posh life at Dhaka’s Dhanmondi area. His son, Asif Hossain was a student of North South University, where he was affiliated with Hizb Ut Tahrir, a banned militancy outfit. Sajjad never hesitated in boasting of having connections with Pakistani espionage agency.

For the past few years, he has been living in Houston, Texas with a monthly stipend from ISI.

According to information, Sajad, along with his son Asif and wife Nahid Parveen Neeru are engaged in jihadist activities and have been recruiting and motivating jihadists with the notorious agenda of staging jihadist attacks in the US.

In recent days, as anarchism and arsonist terrorism has suddenly erupted in America, Sajjad Hossain has been providing fund and logistics to these people. Sajjad is also is an active supporter of the Democratic Party.

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