"I hand over my three young sons to you for jihad (holy war). They will be now on jihad fatheryour hands in your struggle," Haider said.

Any ideology that has parents proudly donating their children to a cause of killing and supremacism must be defeated. No amount of obfuscating and denial will save freedom-loving people.

The Islamic cause of bloody supremacism and imperialism trumps all — family, morality, humanity and decency.

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"Pakistani man hands over 3 sons to Hafiz Saeed for jihad," The Times of India, March 4, 2014 (thanks to The Religion of Peace)

LAHORE: A Pakistani man has handed over his three young sons to Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed for jihad.

Abu Haider, a Jamaat-ud-Dawa activist, handed over his three sons to Saeed at a workers' convention yesterday in Nankana Sahib, about 80 kilometres from Lahore.

"I hand over my three young sons to you for jihad (holy war). They will be now on your hands in your struggle," Haider said.

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Saeed appreciated Haider's act and called him a "brave father."

"Jihad is never waged against Muslims. It is against infidels. The infighting among Muslims is not jihad from any one group," Saeed said.

Jamaat-ud-Dawa is the parent body of banned terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba that carried out the 2008 Mumbai attacks in which 166 people were killed.

There is no formal ban on the JuD and its chief Saeed, who lives freely in Lahore despite a 10-million-dollar bounty offered for him by the US.

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