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Created on 2017-01-07 15:36:53 (#2737537), last updated 2017-01-07 (36 weeks ago)

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Name:Altaaf Khan
Birthdate:Sep 23
Location:California, United States of America
When I was nine years old, my parents and my sister were killed by masked police searching for a terrorist. I was then adopted by Inayat Khan, IG of the Kashmir Police and his wife Neelima. I didn't know it then, but it was Khan-saab, who I had come to call abba, who led the raid on my family's home.

I was eleven when I found this out, I tried to kill him and then ran away.

Now it is ten years later. I am a jihadist, fighting to free Kashmir from India and to avenge my parents by killing Khan-saab. I will, Inshallah.

OOC: Altaaf suffers badly from PTSD, the symptons of which manifest most obviously through his insomnia and flashbacks.

AU I have split Altaaf from the events in Mission: Kashmir just before the end. He is shot, but instead of being reunited with Inayat and Sufi, Inayat dies and Sufi believes that he never changed sides and remained loyal to the manipulative and evil Hilal. He had, just before these events (in RP) met theprivate_ryan, and it was her he called for help after the battle. She flew in to rescue him, and he is now living with her (non-sexually, right now) as he adjusts to his new life and heals not only from his physical wounds but the psychological ones as well.

Note: As should be obvious by the above Altaaf is an Islamic terrorist in the hotbed of violence and unrest that is the disputed region of Kashmir. The film was also made (2000) before the 9/11 attacks, and that is where he is firmly set, despite the wibbly-wobbly, timey wimey effects of the Nexus. No offence is meant by his radicalism or propensity to violence. He is severely traumatized, both by his parents' death and the betrayal of his adoptive family, and he has been used, manipulated and very probably brainwashed into jihad. I make no excuse for terrorists, but as Mission Kashmir demostrates, there are more than two sides to every story.

If you are likely to be offended, I ask you not to read.

(OOC: Altaaf does not belong to me, but comes from the film, Mission Kashmir. Like wise Hrithik Roshan is also not mine....though I dearly wish he was. This journal is for roleplaying purposes only.

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