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About Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM)

Jaish-e-Mohammed is a Pakistan-based terrorist outfit. Masood Azhar is its chief.

JeM in November 07

Three suspected JeM militants are arrested in Lucknow and seized a large cache of arms and ammunition.

JeM in November 08

Security for Indian Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar after he receives threats from the outfit.

JeM in March 09

It is reported that none of LeT or JeM radicals are on Pak CIDs Red Book of most wanted terrorists.

Jaish-e-Mohammed in recent news

Jaish-e-Mohammad in News

CBR terrorism a clear danger to India: ORF-RUSI Study
There is a clear danger to India from CBR (Chemical, Biological and Radiological materials) terrorism due to the known intentions of terrorist groups active within India's borders, according to a new research study.

The danger of Pakistan sponsored terrorism will persist, despite Zardari's visit
With notoriety comes a celebrity status; a good example of this adage is the international celebrity status that Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, the head of the Pakistan based international terrorist organisation Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT), has attained after the US put a $10 Million bounty on his head

US subcommittee on foreign operations mulls making aid for Pak subject to conditions
A subcommittee of the United States, which oversees the State Department and several international programs and agencies, is reportedly mulling making economic and or security assistance for Pakistan subject to approval from the Secretary of State.

Banned jihadi groups like Jaish-e-Mohammad get their money-trains back online: Report
Banned jihadi groups, including the Jaish-e-Mohammad, have seen a revival after affiliates started opening local and foreign currency accounts to restart their money-trains.

Israel blames Pak, Iran of using terrorists as proxies to promote fanatic political aims
Countries like Pakistan, and Iran should 'not be allowed' to use terrorists as proxies to promote their fanatic political aims, a spokesman of the Israeli embassy in New Delhi has said.

India welcomes US move to designate Indian Mujahideen as terrorist organization
India has welcomed a US move to designate the Indian Mujahideen as a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) and as Specially Designated Global Terrorist.

Pak Islamists protest against steps to improve trade ties with India
Hundreds of Islamist activists in the Pakistani-administered Kashmir demonstrated against the government's decision to take steps to improve trade with India on Friday.

Hafeez Sayeed's JuD not on Pak list of banned terror groups: Lawyer
Jammat-ud-Dawah (JuD) leader Hafeez Sayeed's lawyer A K Dogar said on Monday that the outfit has never been banned in Pakistan in reponse to the Pakistan Government releasing a new list of 31 banned terror outfits that did not include the JuD.

Washington narrative on Pakistan seems stuck in a bygone era
The narrative on Pakistan sustained by American policy wonks appears stuck in old think, unduly rationalizing Islamabad's destructive behaviour while showing a curious inability to understand India.

US designates Indian Mujahideen a terrorist outfit
The United States Government has declared the Indian Mujahideen a terrorist outfit.

Al-Qaeda becoming 'Pakistanised' and getting stronger, says columnist Amir Mir

'Banned militant groups recruiting in Pak's Punjab province to fight in Kashmir'
Banned militant organisations, including Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), have begun recruiting young men from Pakistan's Punjab province to fight, particularly in the Kashmir region, intelligence agencies have said.

Jihadi group blamed for Indian Parliament attack reassumes full-scale public activity
After remaining underground for a decade since being banned in 2001, the Pakistan-based jihadi group Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) has reportedly resumed full-scale public activity, including fundraising, while security agencies appear to be overlooking its 'resurgence'.

Pak providing security to 'bailed' terrorist behind Sri Lankan team attack
The Pakistan government has provided security guards to Malik Ishaq, a key suspect in the 2009 attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore, who was released from Kot Lakhpat Jail after the country's Supreme Court granted him bail.

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