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Ahmed Yaqub

Born: 1966 alt. 1967;


Place of Birth: Faisalabad, Pakistan alt. Jeda Walah (possibly Jadanwala), Punjab Province, Pakistan;


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Yaqub, known as Hamad Ghani, has been part of Lashkar-e Tayyiba (LeT) operational leadership since 2003.


Yaqub was David Coleman Headley’s handler from 2003 to 2004.


As of mid-2008, Yaqub was deputy to LET’s operations chief Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, for whom he had worked since 1984. In this capacity, Yaqub served as a senior commander under Lakhvi and also as a senior member of the LET military wing.


Yaqub has also had oversight of LET’s operational finances. As of 2008-2009, he served as the chief accountant for LET operational activity and was responsible for funding LET’s networks outside of Pakistan. During this period, Yaqub was also in charge of Lahkvi’s financial affairs.


As of 2011, Yaqub was the head of LET’s maritime program, alternatively described as the group’s naval wing. In this role, Yaqub looked after an LET cell run by Sajjid Mir for operational purposes. As of 2011, Yaqub also had been LET’s chief for Bangladesh and Nepal operations. Yaqub had attempted to smuggle 60,000 rounds of ammunition from Pakistan into Bangladesh on behalf of LET as of late 2009, but failed when Bangladeshi authorities intercepted the shipment.

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