Mumbai Massacre chief: 'No remorse' over savage terror attack
The self-confessed mastermind behind the bloody Mumbai Massacre is reportedly showing no remorse for the deaths and injuries to hundreds during the terrorist attacks of 2008.
Indian-born Abu Jundal Hamza (left) admitted he was coordinating the attacks from a Karachi, Pakistan "control room" that resulted in a total of 404 souls either killed or wounded.
As reported by The Hindustan Times (of New Delhi), Indian authorities are now releasing interrogations excerpts of the jihadist chief since his extradition back to India from Saudi Arabia.
Jundal has been described by investigators as "an intensely devout man who believes he did his 'religious duty.'"
So It Is Written...
The jihadist rationalized the slaughter to Indian law enforcement authorities due to:
"the word jihad appears 41 times in the Quran and frequently in the idiomatic expression 'striving in the way of God (al-jihad fi sabil Allah).'"