Hafiz Saeed says his fate in the hands of God, not America
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He says he wants to correct "misperceptions". During an interview with The New York Times at his home last week, Saeed insisted that his name had been cleared by the Pakistani courts. "Why does the United States not respect our judicial system?" he asked.
During that stretch, his group was focussed on attacking Indian soldiers in the disputed territory of Kashmir - the fight that led the military's Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate to help establish Lashkar-e-Toiba in 1989. But that battle died down over the past decade, and Lashkar began projecting itself through its charity wing, Jamaat-ud-Dawa, which runs a tightly organized network of hospitals and schools across Pakistan.
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