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Terror Attacks in Saudi Arabia Signals Arrival Of LeT's "Humanitarian" NGO Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation
Recent Ramzan terror attacks in Saudi Arabia have signalled the arrival of the Lashkar-e-Taiba’s “humanitarian” NGO Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) as being the source for terror attack on Medina, said European Parliament’s Vice-President Ryszard Czarneck.

Recent Ramzan terror attacks in Saudi Arabia have signalled the arrival of the Lashkar-e-Taiba’s “humanitarian” NGO Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) as being the source for terror attack on Medina, said European Parliament’s Vice-President Ryszard Czarneck.

Czarneck made the statement in an editorial titled ‘Wake up call to Anti-terrorism Ayatollahs’.

In the article, Czarneck also mentioned that ever since the ISIS’s exponential proliferation in the Middle East, the activities of Pakistani-linked Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and its sister concern Falah-e-Insaniyat (FIF) have also picked up.

“The arrest of 12 Pakistanis for the suicide attacks in Medina, the western city of Jeddah, and the eastern city of Qatif, has made even the Saudis sit up and take note. One of the arrested ring leaders is Abdullah Qalzar Khan (34), a driver by profession and a resident of Jiddah for over a decade. His arrest shows FIF’s quiet ways of radicalisation of the Pakistani diaspora, to pump prime the LeT’s campaign for a new Islamist world order based on Sharia – religious and temporal practices that date back to the days of Prophet Muhammad,” writes Czarneck.

Nineteen people, including 12 Pakistani nationals, have been arrested in Saudi Arabia following suicide attacks last Monday, including one near Islam’s second-holiest site in the city of Medina.

Seven people are believed to have been killed and two wounded in three separate attacks — in Medina, at a Shiite mosque in Qatif, and in western Jeddah, the economic capital, not far from the US consulate.