Netherlands: Protests against Pakistan, calling for justice in remembrance of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks

Global Human Rights Defense held a demonstration outside the Hague peace palace to commemorate the Mumbai terror attack on November 26, 2008 . The group posted signs condemning ruthless terrorism and demanding revenge from Pakistan .

The Hague (Netherlands): On Friday, the Global Human Rights Defense held a demonstration outside the Hague peace palace to commemorate the Mumbai terror attack on November 26, 2008, and posted signs condemning ruthless terrorism and demanding revenge from Pakistan, according to a press release released by Global Human Rights Defence.During the three-day siege in Mumbai, ten Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists arrived through water and opened fire, killing 166 people, including 18 security forces, and injuring over 300 others.The ten terrorists crossed the Arabian Sea from Pakistan's Karachi to Mumbai, hijacking a Kuber fishing trawler, killing all of the crew and then landing in an inflatable speedboat, killing the captain.According to the lawsuit, they docked at Mumbai's waterfront near the Gateway of India, tampered with vehicles, including a police van, and then broke into at least three groups to carry out the attacks to the maximum extent of harm.

Afterwards, both gunmen fled from the site and opened fire on pedestrians and police officers in the streets, killing 8 officers.The attackers' next target was the hospital, as the attackers departed the hospital after CSMT.According to the memo, the hospital staff members sealed off the patient wards and saved many lives.A passenger vehicle was confiscated by Kasab and Khan.

Two more attackers targeted the Leopold Cafe, a popular restaurant and bar in South Mumbai, with Shoaib alias Soho and Nazir alias Abu as another target.Later, they attacked two five-star hotels, Taj Mahal Palace and Oberoi Trident.When the Taj hotel was attacked, a number of European Parliament members from the Committee on International Trade were staying, but no one was injured due to the hotel's attention.The Taj hotels staff demonstrated exemplary professionalism in coping with the situation and rescuing a number of hostages.

Members of the Rapid Action Force, Marine Commandos (MARCOS), and National Security Guards (NSG) commandos surrounded both hotels.The statement reads differently, and security forces stormed into the hotels on the morning of November 29, killing all nine attackers.Pakistani authorities announced in July 2009 that Lashkar-e-taiba (LeT) planned and funded the attacks in LeT camps in Karachi and Thatta, Pakistan.According to the report, Pakistani American David Headley (born Dad Sayed Gilani) and Tahawwur Hussain Rana, who had been arrested in the United States in October 2009 for other attacks, were also charged with planning the Mumbai attacks.

They are thought to be members of the LeT and to have helped plan the attack and prepare the thugs.Pakistan initially denied that its citizens were responsible for the attacks, eventually deciding that Ajmal Kasab, the only attacker captured, was actually a Pakistani.Pakistan and other governments were informed by the Indian government through interrogations, guns, and conversation records during the attack.The Mumbai Police continued to demand that Pakistani officials were not cooperating in their probe, a year after the Mumbai attacks.

According to the statement, US officials believe the assistance provided by the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agents to the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists who carried out the attacks.

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