U.S. intelligence officials have identified Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) as the most problematic of Pakistan’s terrorist groups, likening their long-term threat potential to that of Hamas or Hezbollah, holding true to its goals and aspirations to attack inside the U.S. since its public declaration in 1996. The LeT led by Hafiz Saeed has been responsible for many terror strikes including the Mumbai attacks in 2008 that claimed 166 lives.VideoVideo: 2013 A purported blog of the terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) has claimed that a 'Rohingya mujahideen' trained by it was behind the Bodh Gaya serial blasts of July 7. It is suspected that the blog was created in Pakistan.The National Intelligence Agency (NIA) is probing the blog with the help of intelligence agencies to check the internet address used to create it and for uploading materials. The blog (URL- Islamfigters.blogspot.com), with a subtitle 'Mujahideen Lashkar-e-Taiba' is littered with jehadi propaganda with videos and text…
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