Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Direct Link Between Pakistan’s ISI & ISIS Uncovered With The Arrest Top Terrorist From Afghanistan

Afghanistan Vice President and former intelligence chief Amrullah Saleh has hailed the arrest of Aslam Faroqi, the ISIS leader behind the recent Sikh gurudwara attack in Kabul, and called it a massive victory.

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“I congratulate @NDSAfghanistan & my brother Director Zia Seraj for capturing ISIS-K leader Aslam Faroqi. He is a Pakistani national … I am sure he is already singing & will sing more to the dismay of his patrons in & out … Make him talk,” Saleh posted on Twitter.

Earlier, as EurAsian Times reported, the Afghan security forces carried out a massive security operation and announced that they have captured the leader of the Islamic State of the Khorasan Province (ISKP) along with 19 other fighters.

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Two high-ranking commanders were among those apprehended by the security forces besides the leader of the Islamic State of the Khorasan Province (ISKP), Abdullah Orokzai, also known as Aslam Farooqi, a statement by the Afghan intelligence agency National Directorate of Security (NDS) said on Saturday, reported Al-Jazeera.

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The arrest comes after the ISKP claimed responsibility for the attack on a Sikh Gurdwara in Kabul where 27 people were killed. As per experts, the foremost target of ISKP was the Indian Embassy in Kabul as terror groups wanted to derail India-Afghan ties and eliminate any Indian presence in the country.

The ISIS affiliate in Afghanistan initially numbered just a few dozen fighters, mainly comprising fighters from the Pakistani and disgruntled Afghan Taliban. The ISIS is seen as an even greater threat than the Taliban because of its advanced military capabilities and radical ideology, far more dangerous than the Taliban.

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