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Lashkar-e-Taiba
لشکر طیبہ
Flag of Lashkar-e-Taiba.svg
ئاڵای لەشکر تەیبە
ئایدۆلۆژیاAhl al-Hadith (Salafi)[١]
شوێنگەسەرەکییەکانMuridke in Punjab, پاکستان
ناوچەی
ئۆپەراسیۆنەکان
 پاکستان[٢]
هێز٥۰۰[٣][٤]
هاوپەیمانانState allies

Non-State allies

دوژمناندوژمنانی وڵات

لەشکر تەیبە یەکێکن لە گەورە گرووپە ئیسلامی چەکدارییەکان کە چالاکییەکانیان باشووری ئاسیایە،[٥] بەشێوەیەکی سەرەکی کارەکانیان لە پاکستان بەڕێوەدەبەن.[٦] گرووپەکە لەساڵی ١٩٨٧، حافز سەعید، عەبدولڵا عەزم و زەفەر ئیقبال دامەزراوە[٧][٨][٩][١٠] لە ئەفغانستان کە لەلایەن ئوسامە بن لادنەوە پشتگیری دارایی دەکرا.[١١][١٢] بنکەی سەرەکیان لە موریدکە نزیک لاھور لە پاکستان.[١٣] لەساڵی ٢٠٠٨، ھێرشەکانی مومبای ٢٠٠٨ ئەنجامدا.[١٤]

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