Zakir Musa, former Hizbul Commander and new recruit of al-Qaeda, on Monday, slammed Indian Muslims for not joining Islamic jihad for 'Ghazwa-e-Hind' (the final and last battle for the conquest of India).
In his first audio message since joining the global terrorist organisation, reiterated that the war was not just limited to Kashmir. "It's a war between Islam and the infidel," he declared in his first direct address to Indian Muslims in an audio clip shared via Telegram and WhatsApp groups. Against a black al-Qaeda banner, with a world map added along with and two Kalashnikovs rifles emblazoned on two sides, Musa spoke in Kashmiri-accented Urdu.
According to sources quoted by Times of India, two senior Jammu & Kashmir police officers have confirmed it was Musa's voice.