LeT maintains some kind of terrorist presence in 21 countries worldwide with the intention of either supporting or participating in what Saeed has called the perpetual "jihad against the infidels."
LeT has declared that it would provide free training to any Muslim desirous of joining the global jihad, and the group has since delivered on that promise, as now corroborated by the testimony in the cases involving the "Virginia paintball jihad network."
With recruitment, fundraising, and operations extending to Afghanistan, Iraq, Central Asia, Europe, Africa, and Australia, LeT has rapidly become a formidable global threat.
Saeed (Lashkar chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed) warned, for example, that although his outfit may be presently consumed by the conflict with India, "Our struggle with the Jews is always there."
This enmity with the Jewish people is supposedly eternal and ordained by God himself.