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Afghan Special Forces Slaughter Farmers in Chaotic Errant Attack

Morsi is not an ordinary prisoner, British MP warns Egypt

The Russian tilt: Can Pakistan bring Russia back to the seat of Super power?

The Afghan endgame: Did Pakistan clear the way for US and Taliban secrete talks?

Why did Pakistani woman meet Indian cricketer Shami in Dubai?

The real rulers of Pakistan

Saudi Arabia beheads Indonesian migrant worker

Document: US paying militants to capture territory in N Syria

US Senate to vote on ending Washington’s role in Saudi war on Yemen

Iranian FM Javed Zarif’s interview by Hamid Mir highlighted economic opportunities that must be capitalised

False case registered against innocent Shia Muslims at ASWJ’s behest

Anti-Terrorism Court orders arrest of TLP chief Khadim Rizvi, others in Faizabad sit-in case

Ghouta civilians say militants used them as Human Shields

Pleasing US: Muhammad Bin Salman's so called moderation drive

Iranian official urges dialogue between Yemen factions

The Bajwa Doctrine: from chauvinism to realism

Behind Faizabad Dharna: ISI spills the beans

Hundreds of Israeli Forces Deployed in Iraq

Iraqi forces capture senior Daesh leader near Mosul

Putin Furious After Britain Says He Ordered Attack

India forces continue to use inflammable chemical in IOK

Surgical strike again: Is India really carry out a surgical strike on Pakistan?

Republican senator expects Trump to pull out of Iran deal

Has Pakistan completely eliminated Haqqani network?

Positive overtures: Did Ghani realize importance of Pakistan?

Yemeni snipers carryout successful operations in the kingdom's soil

Pakistan doing bare minimum to contain Taliban: US official

Bin Laden Corpse Pictures Are Fake, Says Navy SEAL

Growing Chinese influence in Pakistan irks United States

At daggers drawn: Is Pakistan going to close diplomatic mission in India?

Diplomatic standoff: Envoy ‘won’t return to India till ties improve’

Britain, France, Germany propose new sanctions on Iran: Report

Belgium regains control of Saudi-run Mosque over fears of promoting extremism

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Sunni party leader urges Pakistan government to accept Iranian offer

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UAE-Saudi disagreement in Geneva puts Yemen’s unity at risk

Bahrainis demand withdrawal of Saudi-led occupation troops

French judge issues arrest warrant for daughter of Saudi king

Why Zardari dumped Raza Rabbani

Full-scale genocide in Myanmar; 10,000 Rohingya Muslims were killed in a month

Raiwind Attack: A grim reminder to Tableeghi Jamat

Saudi crown prince hiding mother from King Salman for 2 years: Report

Does Riyadh hold a nuclear weapon?

Raheel Sharif lands in Lahore after Saudi prayer leader's visit

Daesh, LeJ terrorists to be tried in military court for bombing at Qalandar shrine

Trump caught between Saudi Nuclear ambitions, Israeli Opposition

Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE directed 1996 foiled coup against Qatar

SC indicts Tallal Chaudhary for contempt of court over anti-judiciary speeches

Tillerson’s firing shows US will take harder line toward Iran nuclear deal: Analyst

IMN says Nigeria will keep Zakzaky detained until he dies

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Britain expels 23 Russian diplomats over alleged chemical attack on ex-spy, Cuts diplomatic ties

Raiwind Blast: Two dead multiple wounded

Iran Foils Suicide Bombings With Pakistan’s Assistance: FM Discloses

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Palestinians boycott US forum as Arabs meet Israelis

Saudi cabinet approves atomic policy ahead of bin Salman’s US visit

Head of US Central Command signals support for Iran nuclear deal

British scientist Stephen Hawking dies at age 76

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Islamic Jihad Military wing warns Israeli regime of attack against resistance

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Iran and Pakistan bonhomie: A joint message for India and Israel

Saudi Arabia leads flood of arms imports to Middle East: Study

Washington will act unilaterally on Syria: US envoy to UN

UN expert says Myanmar's crackdown on Rohingya bears 'hallmarks of genocide'

Kathmandu airport crash: 49 dead as US-Bangla plane veers off runway

Former under-19 Shia hockey player taken into custody by Rangers

Trump invites Qatar to Camp David Summit

Netanyahu: Gulf states consider Israel an ally

Opposition candidate Sadiq Sanjrani sworn in as new Senate chairman

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Saudi reforms: blessing for Pakistan?

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US Continues Afghanistan Escalation, With Little Public Debate

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Iran's UK ambassador threatened with death

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Qatar complains to UN over UAE, Bahraini aircraft airspace violation

Israeli, Saudi officials hold Egypt-mediated meetings in Cairo: Report

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Saudi Kingdom interferes into Pakistan internal affairs thru prayer leader


Russia, Iran Winning War of Influence in Middle East

1396/12/16 | 04:13
  Russia and Iran have been shoring up ties with Middle Eastern allies Iraq and Syria, two countries where the U.S. has attempted to bolster its own influence amid the multinational fight against the Islamic State militant group (ISIS). Russian and Iranian officials met Monday and Tuesday as part of their intergovernmental commission. The commission has reportedly come close to establishing a free trade agreement between Iran and the Eurasian Economic Union, which consists of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. Moscow ...

Report: ISIS’s Baghdadi Alive, but Trapped on ‘Island’

1396/11/24 | 04:13
  The elusive head of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) has survived an airstrike and is believed to be hiding out in a shrinking bastion of jihadi control in a mostly desert stretch of eastern Syria known as Al-Jazeera, or "the Island," according to U.S. and Iraq officials. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the hardline Sunni Muslim cleric who expanded his Al-Qaeda offshoot from Iraq across Syria, has only made one known public appearance and, as his group suffered widespread losses in recent years, unconfirmed reports of his whereabouts and ...

Is Trump Talking Himself Into War With Iran, N Korea?

1396/11/18 | 04:13
  Neatly defining President Trump’s foreign policy has never been easy, characterized as it is by contradictory impulses, fragmentary ideas, and strains of paradox. However, on the two most arresting national security issues at the top of Trump’s agenda—Iran and North Korea—his approach is plain: aggressive confrontation is good; diplomacy is bad. The problem is that, even if Trump himself is not determined to go to war with either of these countries, he is making it far more likely. Last month, Trump once again waived nuclear-related ...

The ISIS war against Hamas in Gaza

1396/11/7 | 04:13
  At his ridiculous address to the UN General Assembly in 2014, Israel’s sadistic and deluded Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, claimed that, “ISIS and Hamas are branches of the same poisonous tree.” He continued: “When it comes to its ultimate goals, Hamas is ISIS, and ISIS is Hamas.”   Since then, this has been a regular theme of Israel’s inept propaganda. The Zionist state has been haemorrhaging international support for years now. Its brutal and racist actions against Palestinians mean that the state has become ...

What is Wahhabism? Does ISIS emerge from Wahhabism?

1396/11/6 | 04:13
  Let us be clear from the very beginning: the greatest threat to Islam originates from Wahhabism, a cancerous phenomenon that has been allowed to fester and propagate for several centuries.   In a monumental campaign to bulldoze the more moderate strains of Islam, and replace them with the Theo-fascist Saudi variety, Saudi Arabia’s top cleric, Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah Al ash-Sheikh, has declared that Iran’s leaders are not Muslims and regard Sunni Muslims as their enemy.   Before I go into details of ...

Daesh among customers of Pakistani passport forger arrested in Bangkok

1396/11/2 | 04:13
  A Pakistani passport forger whose fake passports may have been sold to the notorious terrorists of takfiri Daesh group (ISIS) has been arrested in Thailand, police said, ending a career that helped people slip into Europe, illegally.     Mohammad Iqbal, 52, was arrested on January 14 in a Bangkok suburb in possession of Singaporean and Indian fake passports as well as plates and laminates to forge entry visas to France, Italy and Spain.   “He has worked on faking documents for a long time using Thailand as his base,” Commander ...

From TTP to ISIS: The new game plan against Pakistan

1396/10/19 | 04:13
  Footprint of the militant Islamic State (IS) group is continuously on the rise in the country, especially in northern Sindh and Balochistan, as over the past one year responsibility for as many as six deadliest attacks, in which 153 people were killed, was claimed by this outfit.   This has been claimed in a report, ‘Pakistan Security Report 2017’, released by a think-tank, Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS), on Sunday.   The organisation compiled its findings on the basis of its multi-source database, coupled ...

Scourge of sectarianism: The rise of terrorist activities against Shias in Pakistan and Afghanistan

1396/10/12 | 04:13
  The recent attack by the militant Islamic State (IS) group on a Shia cultural centre and news agency in Kabul is a reminder of one of the greatest challenges for the region over the coming year and beyond: sectarianism.    The attack highlights the resurgence in sectarian conflict in Afghanistan (while the Afghan Taliban may engage in sectarian violence, primarily against Hazaras, it does not persecute Shias as a defining policy).     Pakistan has already endured so much sectarian conflict that it is largely resigned ...

US Touts Escalation, but ISIS in Afghanistan Far From Defeated

1396/10/6 | 04:13
US officials bragged of 1,400 distinct operations against ISIS in Afghanistan, killing 1,600 of them, and insist there is no sign they are recruiting any new fighters.   The Afghan government has claimed on at least three separate occasions that ISIS in Nangarhar Province has been totally wiped out. Which is leading to a lot o questions at year’s end, as despite all these glowing reports, ISIS appears no closer to defeat in the region than ever, nor are all these deaths apparently reducing their ability to fight. Some of this has been ...

Facts about rise of ISIS in Afghanistan

1396/9/26 | 04:13
It is crystal clear the main aim of the supporters of these groups, namely the US and Saudi Arabia, was to make up for their losses in the Levant region.   In 2014, when ISIS takfiri-terrorist group was rising and gaining ground in some West Asian countries such as Syria and Iraq, militants who later founded its affiliates in the Afghan territories were moving from Pakistan’s northern borders into eastern and southeastern Afghanistan.  Not long after this border movement a takfiri group, calling itself ISIS of Afghanistan, announced ...

Why is Russia withdrawing from Syria?

1396/9/26 | 04:13
  I order the Defense Ministry and the chief of the General Staff to begin the pullout of the Russian military group from the Syrian Arab Republic to permanent locations.   After the announcement of the defeat of ISIS terrorist group in Syria last month, the most important news about the crisis-hit country was perhaps the surprise visit of the Russian president Vladimir Putin to Syria and ordering a major part of his country’s forces to withdraw from the Syrian soil. Putin, furthermore, said that the mission that was given to the ...

ISIS terrorists obtained US, Saudi Arabia weapons

1396/9/25 | 04:13
  ISIS Takfiri terrorist group regularly received weapons supplied by the United States and Saudi Arabia, a new report reveals.   According to a study by arms-monitoring group Conflict Armament Research (CAR) published on Thursday, weapons supplied by the US and Saudi Arabia to militants in Syria often fell into the hands of ISIS, significantly enhancing the “quantity and quality” of the group’s armaments.   The number of weapons goes “far beyond those that would have been available through battle capture alone”, ...

Where will be ISIS in 2018? Iran says Afghanistan and Pakistan are next

1396/9/24 | 04:13
  A top Iranian official has said his country is bracing itself for Islamic State militant group (ISIS) attempts to establish itself in Central Asia following its military defeats across the Middle East.   Addressing Tehran’s Seminar on Terrorism, Extremism and Regional Security in West Asia, Iranian Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said Tuesday that, although ISIS no longer held any significant stretches of territory, it still possessed a significant stockpile of arms, meaning its threat persisted throughout the region and ...

Terrorist attacks will increase in the United States

1396/9/23 | 04:13
Doug Wicks, a terrorism expert, said in an interview with “Russia Today” television channel that with the collapse of ISIS in Iraq and Syria, the possibility of terrorist attacks increases in the United States.   In response to the network’s question, Wicks said: “We have received unconfirmed video clips and reports about the New York attack and I think it’s necessary to publish more information about the Manhattan explosion.”   We hope that the officials involved in the investigation of the incident publish more information ...

Intercepted ISIS Message Reveals Threat to Attack London Over Christmas

1396/9/20 | 04:13
  The ISIS terrorist group could be planning to attack London over Christmas, as revealed by a chilling image intercepted from a terrorist instant messaging chat.   In the image, a black-clad hooded figure is seen standing over a kneeling Santa Claus with an image of the Regent Street shopping area in the background.   A message reads “Soon on your holidays” in English, French, and German.   The implication is that Londoners should expect an attack from the terrorist group over the holiday season.   The image ...

India’s dangerous game plan:  Labeling Kashmir uprising as ISIS terrorism

1396/9/19 | 04:13
Former foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri told India here on Friday to not confuse an ongoing anti-Delhi uprising in the Kashmir Valley with any activities of the militant Islamic State group.   “It may be dangerous to paint the current uprising of the Kashmiri people as inspired by ‘Islamist terrorism’,” Mr Kasuri said during a discussion on India-Pakistan ties, his second in two days in Delhi.     It is pertinent to mention that Statements of certain extremist elements were prominently displayed and IS flags ...

ISIS Dream of a Caliphate Is Over

1396/9/18 | 04:13
The main border crossing between Iraq and Syria, the city of Albu Kamal on the Syrian side and al-Qaim on the Iraqi side, is the last major territorial possession of ISIS or ISIL and its medieval caliphate.   It is also the next big target for both Syria and Iraq’s militaries and their Iranian-Russian allies.     Per usual, ISIL is desperately building up its defenses around the area, pushing more forces into the area while, according to Iraqi officials, ISIL leaders are being evacuated to smaller towns inside Syria that ...

Germany consider wives, children of ISIS terrorists as security threats

1396/9/14 | 04:13
  The head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency has expressed concern about the threat posed by their wives and children of ISIS terrorists returning to the country from Syria and Iraq.   “There are children who have been brainwashed and highly radicalized at ‘schools’ in ISIS-held areas. It’s a problem for us because many of these kids and teenagers can sometimes be dangerous,” Hans-Georg Maassen warned Sunday in an interview with the Deutsche Presse Agentur (dpa) news agency, as cited by Süddeutsche Zeitung.   Massen ...

3 officials of Swiss-French firm accused of financing Daesh in Syria

1396/9/13 | 04:13
Three top managers of the Swiss-French industrial company LafargeHolcim have been accused of indirectly financing the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group through the company’s activities in war-ravaged Syria, judicial sources say.   The trio, arrested in Paris on Wednesday, was charged on Friday with paying the terror outfit and other foreign-backed militant groups through a middleman in an attempt to allow the company's plant in Jalabiyah in northern Syria to continue to operate, said a Paris judicial source, speaking on condition of anonymity.   The ...

ISIS Makes Gains in North Afghanistan on Taliban Defections

1396/9/12 | 04:13
  ISIS has held territory in the Jawzjam Province for months, and that appears to be continuing to grow with reports that top Taliban commanders in the province have defected to their side, allowing them to expand their hold across multiple districts.   Throughout the 16+ year US occupation, Jawzjan has been relatively stable, with only limited Taliban influxes that rarely amounted to more than skirmishes. The presence of ISIS, though well documented, had mostly flown under the radar too, with ISIS elsewhere in the country considered ...

ISIS Targeting US children as revenge for Syrian air strikes

1396/9/10 | 04:13
  A group affiliated with the Islamic State is calling on lone wolves in America and Europe to attack Western children in retaliation for the death of Muslim children during airstrikes in Syria, according to an intelligence group.   The message was posted in a pro-ISIS Telegram channel on Monday and spread across a variety of pro-ISIS chat groups.   “I wish that I could travel to Europe or America or Australia and, by Allah, burn their children with oil in place of their men and women,” read the message, which referenced ...

ISIS uses women to attract western recruits

1396/9/10 | 04:13
ISIS is using well-known action hero blockbusters like Die Hard and Wonder Woman as blueprints for videos that encourage Western recruits to join its ranks. The Chicago Project on Security and Threat, which analyzed more than 1400 videos made by the group between 2013 and 2016, concluded ISIS videos followed the same storytelling arc as action hero movies. “It’s the heroic screenplay journey, the same thing that’s in Wonder Woman, where you have someone who is learning his or her own powers through the course of their reluctant journey ...

ISIS takes Santa Claus hostage!

1396/9/8 | 04:13
  In images released by ISIS supporters, the extremists posed a serious threat to Christmas markets in Britain, France and Germany.   On one of the posters, there is a picture of Santa Claus on a background of London Streets kneeling in front of an ISIS member with his hands tied.   ISIS supporters posted said images in Messaging apps in English, French and German. on the pictures there is also a message “Soon on your vacation,” which apparently suggests London should wait for a terrorist attack on the holiday season. ...

Israel could be ‘temporary allies’ with Daesh against Iran

1396/9/8 | 04:13
  A new report released yesterday by an Israeli intelligence bureau has suggested that in confronting Iran, the interests of Daesh and Israel could converge, making them temporary allies, according to the Jerusalem Post.   The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Centre emphasised that there was no formal alliance between Israel and the so-called Islamic State, but said that after Daesh has fallen as a state, both would target Iran and Hezbollah militants in Syria.   According to the report, Daesh “will likely ...

China in Syria: Quietly racing for regional influence

1396/9/8 | 04:13
  The Syrian crisis has now reached a historic juncture after a series of developments. ISIS terrorist group sustained a defeat and northern city of Raqqa was captured from it by the US-allied militants.   The Astana peace talks were held in seven rounds. And last week in Sochi, Russia, the presidents of Russia, Iran, and Turkey discussed finding a settlement to the Syrian conflict. And odds are that a meeting of the Syrian opposition, dubbed Syrian congress, will be held in near future, not to mention the plans to hold the Geneva ...

Riyadh-Baghdad relationship outlook in shadow of new regional order

1396/9/6 | 04:13
  The Saudi-Iraqi long-term chilly relationship has sailed out of the doldrums following exchange of visits by the two countries' officials, including Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir’s trip to Baghdad in late February and two visits of the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to Riyadh one in June and the other in October.   The two states have taken a range of measures to ensure expansion of the bilateral relations. For example, they jointly set up a “coordination council.” Moreover, as part of ongoing process to mend ...

Afghanistan opium cultivation: A bigger threat than ISIS to Pakistan and Iran

1396/8/30 | 04:13
  A report by the United Nation’s Office on Drug Crime (UNODC) has found that the area used to cultivate opium in Afghanistan has increased by 63 percent since 2016. Back then, 201,000 hectares of land were being used towards this end.     Today, this stands at 328,000. Poppies are now grown in 24 out of 34 provinces in that country. And it is estimated that 9,000 tonnes of opium will be produced in Afghanistan in 2017, with an estimated value of $1.4 billion.   There is no easy fix to this problem. Opium makes up ...

The story of a French woman who married four ISIS terrorists

1396/8/26 | 04:13
    I’m sorry for my marriages,” I would love to have a quiet life with someone and children from one husband. “says Margo.   Margo is a 27-year-old woman, born in France´s Nant. She is the mother of three children, a 6 and a 3 year old and a 5-month-old baby.  Margo was arrested in Raqqa, the headquarters of the self-proclaimed ISIS headquarters, and She wants to return to France.   Margo was arrested by the Syrian Kurdish forces during the liberation of Raqqa and is now held in northern Syria.   “I ...

Report: Daesh leader may be in eastern Syrian border city of Boukamal

1396/8/20 | 04:13
The media bureau of Syria’s Operations Command Center says Daesh Takfiri terrorist group's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may be holed up at a militant-held pocket in the country’s eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr. The media outlet announced in a statement on Friday that al-Baghdadi might be hiding in the city of al-Boukamal, which lies on the Euphrates River and the border with Iraq. The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, and Omar Abu Laila, a Europe-based opposition activist, however, denied the report that al-Baghdadi is ...

Over 25 Million Muslims March Against ISIS And The Mainstream Media Completely Ignores It

1396/8/19 | 04:13
  In one of the largest organized marches in the history of the world, tens of millions of Shia Muslims made an incredibly heartening statement, by risking their lives to travel through war-stricken areas to openly defy ISIS. This massive event that would have undoubtedly helped to ease tensions in the West was almost entirely ignored by corporate media.   Women, men, elderly, and children made their way to the city of Karbala on Sunday and Monday last week for the holy day of Arbaeen. Arbaeen is the event which marks the end of ...

Thousands of ISIS Fighters Returning To UK Given Luxury Housing & Rehab

1396/8/18 | 04:13
    While the average young person in Britain struggles to gain a foothold in the crowded housing market, returning ISIS fighters are set to be given free tax-payer funded homes as well as cars, counseling, and public sector jobs to “bribe” them not to carry out terror attacks on British soil.   The top-secret new government strategy, codenamed Operation Constrain, will even allow terrorists to jump to the top of council house waiting lists, allowing them to choose the best available homes to live in rent free, elbowing ...

US in Iraq: Taking advantage of ISIS for military stay

1396/8/14 | 04:13
  American forces deployed to Iraq will hypothetically stay in that country until the ISIS terrorist group is fully defeated.     Appearing with Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Monday night that the American forces deployed to Iraq will hypothetically stay in that country until the ISIS terrorist group is fully defeated, even if the Iraqi government asked Washington to leave. Last week, Tillerson called on the Iranian-backed ...

Top Iraqi Shi’ite Militia Commander Rejects US Demand to Disband

1396/8/11 | 04:13
  Last week, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson declared the ISIS fight in Iraq to be over, and demanded that Iraq’s Shi’ite militias “go home to Iran” or disarm, even though the groups are legally structured as part of Iraq’s security forces.   Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the deputy leader of the government ministry in charge of the militias and the leader of the Hezbollah Brigades, was the latest to rule out such a move, saying Monday that the groups will stay in Iraq.   “The future of the PMF is to defend Iraq,” ...

The butcher of Kabul is the new ISIS leader

1396/8/9 | 04:13
  We had not yet forgotten the nickname 'The Butcher of Kabul', the name which the Afghani people had given to Galbuddine Hekmatyar.   We had not yet forgotten the nickname ‘The Butcher of Kabul’, the name which the Afghani people had given to Galbuddine Hekmatyar the hard-line Salafist leader, during the Afghani civil war in 1991, since then Hekmetyar had been a bloody example in the Afghani society which suffered the cruelest kinds of oppression and wars.   The butcher is back with one goal; ISIS leadership. There’s ...

Who lies behind the curtain of Iraq’s partitioning?

1396/7/29 | 04:13
  Following the destruction of ISIS, the Middle East and Iraq were in need of a new scenario in order to create insecurity in the country according to the theory of constructive chaos, thereby keeping it from reaping the results of combating terrorism.     That is why the scenario of Kurdistan’s referendum was planned and implemented by Masoud Barzani, who had greatly cooperated with Saddam’s political structure. The originator of this scenario is America’s former ambassador to Iraq, who, owing to a few privileges, was ...

Massacre again: Why ISIS have declared war on Shia of Afghanistan?

1396/7/29 | 04:13
  Adding to the growing number of massive attacks hitting Afghanistan lately, two suicide bombers attacked a pair of Shi’ite mosques on Friday, each killing a large number of civilians, with at least 72 slain across the strikes.     The bigger of the two attacks hit Imam Zaman Mosque in the capital city of Kabul, killing 39 people. The smaller attack was in Ghor Province, and killed 33. Officials say they believe the Ghor attack targeted a local political figure from the Jamiat party.   There has been no claim of responsibility ...

Why is Russia ‘funding’ Afghan Taliban against rise of Islamic State?

1396/7/26 | 04:13
  Russia has stepped up its financial support of the Taliban in Afghanistan in recent months to stave off the rise of Islamic State, Taliban officials have said.   The Time quoted Taliban officials as saying that the Russia was supporting them also to avenge its defeat by western-backed fighters nearly 30 years ago. The Times said in a report on Monday that it had spoken to a 23-year-old treasurer of Taliban in Afghanistan who told the paper that Moscow delivered cash into the hands of Taliban commanders.   “The Russian ...

What Next after US Provides Safe Exit for ISIS in Syria’s Raqqa?

1396/7/26 | 04:13
  ISIS Takfiri terrorists are abandoning Raqqa through a safe exit corridor established by US-backed SDF militias.   The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) backed by the US, is an alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias, and continues to battle ISIS terrorists still holed in Raqqa city which was the de facto capital of the Takfiri group in Syria since its capture in 2014.   Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has confirmed that ISIS terrorists are abandoning Raqqa after surrendering the city to SDF.   The ejection ...

ISIS Khorsan Province: another emerging giant?

1396/7/25 | 04:13
  With rapid pace, the Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP) is trying to fill the vacuum created by a fading Al Qaeda. ISKP’s increased presence in Afghanistan and its claiming responsibility for some terrorist acts, the declaration of allegiance to it by some Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) dissidents and the reported collaboration between ISKP and a few terrorist groups have increased insecurity. In the presence of the Tehreek-i-Taliban Afghanistan (Afghan Taliban), the Jamaatul Ahrar (JuA), the Tariq Geedar Group and the Lashkar-i-Islam ...

ISIS establishes training camp near Israeli border in Syria

1396/7/24 | 04:13
  After fleeing from the Syrian city of Raqqa, a group of senior-level ISIS terrorists established a camp in the Syrian Golan close to Israel’s border and are training approximately 300 local youths.   Recently, a group of senior-level ISIS commanders that escaped Iraq and northern Syria have set up a camp in an enclave in the Syrian Golan near the Israeli border. Among the ISIS terrorists is one of the organization’s heads of recruitment.   The commanders made their way to the Golan through the desert with the assistance ...

Karzai: Afghans Must Resist ‘US Agenda’

1396/7/23 | 04:13
  Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai spent most of his time in office at odds with the US on specifics of war strategy. He’s out of office now, but he’s increasingly vocal about his opposition to President Trump’s new escalation.   Karzai was very critical in particular of President Trump’s policy centering on criticizing Pakistan while encouraging India to be more heavily involved in Afghanistan, saying a plan to sew regional disharmony isn’t a realistic way to win the Afghan conflict.   “If they genuinely want ...

US Daesh fighter in Syria poses dilemma for White House

1396/7/22 | 04:13
  On 12 September an American member who was allegedly fighting with Daesh in Syria surrendered to the Syrian Democratic Forces and was handed over to the United States’ military custody in Iraq. The Department of Defence (DoD) is treating the fighter as an “enemy combatant”.   Whether the US decides to imprison him in Guantanamo Bay or fly him to US mainland to be tried in a civilian court is a major litmus test over the legality of the war against the Daesh group (or the Islamic State) in Syria, Iraq and beyond.   The ...

Takfiri terrorism’s next station could be Southwest Asia

1396/7/22 | 04:13
  The life of the takfiri terrorist groups, especially ISIS, is coming to an end in Syria and Iraq thanks to the popular resistance forces' support for the Arab countries' national armies.     The life of the takfiri terrorist groups, especially ISIS, is coming to an end in Syria and Iraq thanks to the popular resistance forces’ support for the Arab countries’ national armies. However, experts unanimously rule out obliteration of the Daeshism (from Daesh, Arabic acronym for ISIS) in the short run.   However, the ...

Over 90% of Syrian territory free from Daesh: Russian daily

1396/7/22 | 04:13
As the Syrian army and its allies continue their advances against Takfiri militants, a Russian daily affiliated with the country's defense minister says more than 90 percent of Syrian territory are free from the control of the Daesh terrorists. A total of 92 percent of Syria's land is now retaken from the control of Daesh terrorists, according to information published in Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star) newspaper on Thursday. The daily further said that Russian fighter jets conducted 517 sorties in the past week, destroying 1,260 Daesh targets. Meanwhile, ...

Rape, Sexual Violence Against Women used by ISIS to Lure Recruits, Report Claims

1396/7/18 | 04:13
    Sexual violence against women served as a means of “attracting, retaining, mobilizing and rewarding fighters”, according to a report by the Henry Jackson society.   The same report also found that groups including ISIS are being funded by human trafficking, modern-day slavery and sexual violence rather than through traditional methods such as oil sales.   The report’s author Nikita Malik called on the international community to recognize the links between these issues and terrorism.   “Illicit economies ...

Hidden message: After Capital Daesh name appears in Wah Cantt

1396/7/10 | 04:13
    Wall chalking carrying the name of Daesh also known as Islamic State has appeared on a sign board installed near the Rural Health Centre (RHC) on Ronda Badhu in Wah Cantt.   According to sources, some locals approached police after spotting word “Daesh” sprayed with black paint on a sign board of the Punjab Highways Department near the RHC on Rondha Badhu Road within the limits of Police Picket Number 4, Wah Cantt.     Police said that the wall chalking was removed while a case has also been registered ...

Daesh recruited 30 prisoners from Karachi jail: sources

1396/7/7 | 04:13
  Law enforcement agencies conducted a raid at Karachi Central Jail and took custody of two terror convicts who were recruiting inmates for Daesh, sources informed Geo News on Wednesday.   Reports reveal that up to 30 prisoners were recruited from inside the jail premises by the banned organisation.Of the 30 prisoners recruited into Daesh, 12 have been released on bail and their whereabouts are unknown, added sources.   Law enforcement agencies have raided the residences of the Daesh recruits released on bail but have not ...

Mattis Escapes Rocket Attack in Afghanistan

1396/7/6 | 04:13
Secretary of Defense James Mattis and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg both escaped unharmed today after a visit to the Afghan capital city of Kabul. The Karzai International Airport, into which they flew, was attacked.   Both the Taliban and ISIS have claimed responsibility for the incident, in which a series of rockets hit the airport after Mattis’ arrival. One civilian was reported killed and many wounded when a stray rocket hit a nearby house. Mattis complained the attack was a “criminal act,” and “a classic example ...

Banners in Islamabad: Did IS convey a strong message to Pakistan?

1396/7/6 | 04:13
  One of the major denials of the government of Pakistan has always been the insurgency in Baluchistan, and the growing influence of the so called Islamic State (IS) in that region and across the country.     IS has time and again shown its presence in Pakistan and this time their presence is the IS flag which was put up on major thoroughfare in the city of Islamabad on Sunday.     This incident in particular raises a few questions, the first being the lack of acceptance on the part of our authorities regarding ...

And now the ISIS in Islamabad

1396/7/4 | 04:13
  The Islamabad police on Monday registered a first investigation report (FIR) regarding the appearance of a flag supposedly belonging to the self-styled militant Islamic State (IS) group on the outskirts of the capital.     Law enforcement agencies swung into action on September 24 after the flag, spotted on a bridge near Iqbal Town in Khanna police precincts, triggered a debate on social and electronic media over whether it belonged to the IS or not.   Taking notice of the rumours, Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal, before leaving ...