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Deccan Mujahideen

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People in Peshawar react to the Mumbai attacks

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MUMBAI TERROR - Deccan Mujahideen's e-mail traced to Pakistan

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Deccan Mujahideen

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Fighters attack Indian army base in Kashmir

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Indian forces gain ground in Mumbai standoff - 27 Nov 08

Attribution of the 2008 Mumbai attacks were first made by the Indian authorities who said that the Mumbai attacks were directed by Lashkar-e-Taiba militants inside Pakistan. American intelligence agencies also agree with this attribution. Pakistan initially contested this attribution, but agreed this was the case on 7 January 2009. To back up its accusations, the Indian government supplied a dossier to Pakistan's high commission in Delhi. The Pakistan government dismissed the dossier as "not evidence," but also announced that it had detained over a hundred members of Jamaat-ud-Dawa, a charity linked with Lashkar-e-Taiba. In February 2009, Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik agreed that "some part of the conspiracy" did take place in Pakistan.
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