Too much Fraud Jihad happening.
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I Swear these crimes are getting worse and worse every day and there are still some supporters on this forum who claim that there are moderates amongst barbaric savages..ever some claim im delusional my question is am I delusional for hating these people or are the people who support and do these things delusional? SHAME ON OBAMA shame on european leaders
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| Islamabad June 17, 2013 Last Updated at 14:36 IST
TTP demands ‘protection money’ from Pakistani businessmen to sustain jihad
The Pakistani Taliban has reportedly asked two local businessmen to pay ‘protection money’ to help militants carry out ‘jihad’.
A senior police official told Dawn News that the chief executive of an Islamabad-based business establishment had received four letters allegedly from the head of the banned organization Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan’s (TTP) ‘finance wing’.
The businessman has been asked to pay 25 million dollars. The letter, bearing the name of its sender, said the money was needed for jihad and it would be received abroad (in Dubai).
According to the report, the TTP threatened that its ‘operational wing’ would come into action if the money was not paid.
Police said a man delivered a letter and a Universal Serial Bus or USB (a data storage device) at the office of Raja Hanif, who is the father-in-law of Sadaqat Abbasi, who contested the recent general elections as a candidate of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf from Murree.
Hanif said in a statement recorded by the police that the letter had been written on the TTP’s letterhead.