SIMI trained Taliban commandos

via published on April 1, 2008

interrogation has revealed that the Students Islamic Movement of India
or SIMI planned a crack commando team to foster trouble in the heart of
India. This revelation came in just days after the police arrested key
SIMI activist Safdar Nagori in MP.

Safdar Nagori — the General Secretary of SIMI was
arrested last week (March 2008). He has been suspected of being privy
to almost every attack in the country as he has been involved in the
handiwork of the dreaded SIMI. Also involved in the global pan-Islamic
jihadi community are, once friend of assassinated Palestine Hamas
leader — Sheikh Ahmed Yasin and Chief of Jamat-e-Islami in Pakistan —
Quazi Husein Ahmed.

However, sources claimed that SIMI was training
crack commandoes to strike terror right in the heart of India. Training
is being given to nearly 200 commandoes who are hardcore Taliban
jihadis, to assist Mullah Omar — who Nagori allegedly claimed was
SIMI’s guiding force.

Training to overcome every adversity is broken into four levels with endurance and accuracy tested every step of the way:

First level includes the basics training with catapults, pelting stones and a 30 km walk.

Second, to shoot targets with air guns aimed at achieving accuracy and to lie in a packed tunnel for over 24 hrs.

In the third level commandos are trained to shoot at
a close range of five feet and staying underwater for at least five

The final level deals with accuracy in shooting moving objects at a minimum of 50 feet.

The interrogation has apparently helped intelligence
agencies get a handle on how far the SIMI tentacles have spread. But
investigators know that this is just the tip of the iceberg, with the
terror outfit now changing their name to just Students Islamic Movement
and dropping India from its banner, the world is now their oyster.

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