Inayat ur Rahman
Born: 02 December 1973;
Place of Birth: Nangalam Village, Manugay District, Afghanistan;
Passport No.: BG1744461 (Pakistan);
National ID No.: 1730156254465 (Pakistan);
Address: Saidabad Pajagi Road, Peshawar, Pakistan;
Inayat is a long-time leader of Jama’at ul Dawa al-Qu’ran (JDQ) and as of late 2014, worked directly for Haji Hayatullah. As of mid-2015, he managed JDQ’s day-to-day operations.
As of 2015, Inayat was interested in expanding extremists’ influence in northeastern Afghanistan. He also provided training to militants on the merits of conducting jihad against the Afghan Government. Since 2013, Inayat was working to obtain funding for militant groups in eastern Afghanistan.
As of 2014, he also provided financial support, weapons, and transportation to Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (LET), as well as funded three LET training centers. At that time, JDQ and LET closely coordinated militant activities in Kunar Province, Afghanistan.
In June 2013, he facilitated the transfer of weapons from LET’s head of Afghan operations, Abdullah Mujahid, to 25 LET operatives to be used for an attack against a rival militant commander. Inayat also allowed his office to be used by LET to train fighters.
As of December 2010, Inayat was an important LET figure who, along with Shaykh Aminullah and Abdul Aziz Nuristani, was recruiting madrassa students in the Peshawar area to become LET fighters.
Inayat has also provided support to the Taliban. As of 2014, he was a military leader in the Taliban leadership council in Peshawar, Pakistan.
In July 2012, along with Shaykh Aminullah, Abdul Aziz Nuristani, and other militants, Inayat came to an agreement with al-Qa’ida and LET members to provide weapons, ammunition, and financial support to the Taliban and discussed how to improve Taliban tactics against Coalition forces. He pledged allegiance to the Taliban and vowed to conduct the Afghan insurgency under the Taliban’s leadership in January 2010.
Also, Inayat has actively supported ISIS-Khorasan. As of 2012, Inayat ur Rahman’s militant forces were allied with al-Qa’ida.
Inayat was the director, chairman, and president of the designated, Welfare and Development Organization of Jamaat-ud-Dawah for Qur’an and Sunnah (WDO), and he has been a leader of WDO since 2004.
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