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Top Kashmiri terrorists killed

After bin Laden's death, he rose in the al-Qaida leadership council on
Islamabad - his name was on the UN list of most wanted terrorists who were his close links to al-Qaida rumored. Now he is dead! The Pakistani top terrorist Mohammad Ilyas Kashmiri (47) died in a U.S. drone attack in the border area with Afghanistan killed. He allegedly recruited terrorists for attacks in Germany.

Confirmed the death of 47-year-old was a spokesman for his militant group, Abu Hanzla. Kashmiri had been staying in a village in the tribal area of ​​South Waziristan, on the three rockets were fired. Abu Hanzla threatened the U.S. in retribution.

died in the attack a total of eight people, reported a Pakistani secret service. One resident said Kashmiri had already been buried.

Since August 2010 Kashmiri was on the UN list of most wanted terrorists. He was the leader of the terrorist organization Harakat ul Jihad Islami (Movement for the Islamic struggle) and is considered the commander of Al-Qaeda attacks in the South Asian region.

After the terrorist leader Osama bin Laden on 2 May in Pakistan of U.S. military killed was said to have been appointed to the Kashmiri leadership council of al-Qaida.
The terrorist network, meanwhile, called on to new attacks. In a video said to U.S. media reports of the US-born al-Qaida spokesman Adam Gadahn English Muslims to commit terrorist attacks against Western and Jewish targets.

Kashmiri was accused of having recruited several terrorists after their military training in the Pakistani-Afghan border area for attacks in Germany.

In September 2009 he was declared dead for ever after should have been killed in a U.S. attack with a drone in Pakistan's North Waziristan region unrest several terrorists. Shortly after he reported back, however, and announced new attacks.

In February 2010, Kashmiri known to the devastating attack on the local "German Bakery" in the Indian city of Pune. When the bomb exploded at least 17 people were killed. Among the 60 injured was a German.