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Ilyas Kashmiri
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    (February 10, 1964-June 3, 2011)
    Born in the Pakistani-administered section of Kashmir
    Operational commander of the Islamic militant group Harkat-ul-Jihan al-Islami
    Became leader of al-Qaeda's Lashkar al Zil ('Shadow Army')
    Named a 'Specially Designated Global Terrorist' by the US (August 6, 2010)
    Killed in South Waziristan, Pakistan, by a US drone attack
    His early anti-India terrorist activities were supported by the Pakistani government.
    Pervez Musharraf reportedly personally gave him a cash reward after he delivered the head of an Indian Army sepoy (2000).
    He was falsely reported to have been killed in an earlier missile attack (September 7, 2009).
    He planned the suicide bombing attack on Camp Chapman in Afghanistan that killed nine people, six of whom were CIA counterterrorism agents (December 30, 2009).
    He was reportedly being considered as a successor to Osama bin-Laden as leader of al-Qaeda.
    He lost an eye and an index finger fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan.
    He escaped from an Indian prison.
    He was tortured by Pakistani intelligence agents during the investigation of an assassination attempt against Musharraf (2003).
    He was rumored to have survived the first missile attack because he was outside urinating when the building was hit.

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