YASIN ITOO ENCOUNTER: HERE'S HOW INDIAN ARMY KILLED 'GHAZNAVI'

Yasin Itoo alias 'Ghaznavi' had succeeded Zakir Musa in the Hizbul Mujahideen ranks after the latter was expelled by outfit chief Syed Salahuddin for his allegiance to al Qaeda.

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Mujahideen: Mujahideen is a term that Muslims use to describe those they see as Muslims who struggle in the path of Allah. The word is from the same Arabic triliteral root as jihad . In recent years, Mujahideen has been most closely associated by the west with radical Islam, encompassing several militant group