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  • Dilemma in Taliban, over announcement of official Jihad Against India.

    Dilemma in Taliban, over announcement of official Jihad Against India.

    Taliban has announced that in a week's time, that is after Eid-ul-Fitra ,they will launch attack on India.

    It's not clear whether Pakistan allows them the use of Pakistani territories.

    The Twitter and Social Media in Pakistan is in celebration mode,

    All mainline Pakistani Newspaper are reporting it.

    https://dailytimes.com.pk/613779/afg...d-ul-fitr/amp/

    https://en.baaghitv.com/amp/afghan-t...ihad-in-india/

    https://en.dailypakistan.com.pk/18-M...in-afghanistan

    All though When Indian asked via back channel sources to Taliban they denied it.

    The Taliban on Monday denied claims on social media that it could join Pakistan-sponsored terrorism in Kashmir, underlining that the Taliban was clear that it “does not interfere in internal affairs of other countries”.

    “The statement published in the media about Taaliban joining Jihad in Kashmir is wrong…. The policy of the Islamic Emirate is clear that it does not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries.” Suhail Shaheen, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, as the political wing of Taliban calls itself, tweeted on Monday evening.
    https://m.hindustantimes.com/india-n...RbygL_amp.html

    But there is lot of different threatening postures by other Afghan Taliban leaders.

    Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai, the Taliban’s chief negotiator and head of its political office in Qatar, had been quoted by the media on Sunday as saying that India has been playing a negative role in Afghanistan for the past 40 years.

    Stanikzai, a former military officer who once trained at the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun, also said India should reconsider its policy on Afghanistan. If the Indian government reconsiders its policy and wants an active role in peace, reconciliation and reconstruction, the Taliban will welcome it and look at it positively, he said.
    https://www.hindustantimes.com/india...N323ANvVP.html

    The ambiguous silence of Pakistan is interesting.

    Is Afghan Taliban giving this proposition a serious thought, whether to measure sword with India is yet to be seen.

    Post Eid-ul-Fitra certainly many more Terrorist attack we can expect in India.

  • #2
    Could be interesting.
    Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? Who is watching the watchers?

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    • #3
      Yes indeed,.

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      • #4
        Taliban is amazed, as why are we Indian's are not begging for talks with Taliban.

        They don't understand that, only if they shed weapons and join Democratic process, then only they will became acceptable to some negotiation.

        Because they follow strict Sharia Law.
        And We being a secular Democratic Republic having all the Kind of Kuffar's ( Infidel's) like Hindus,Jain's, Buddhist, Sikhs, Jews, Zoroastrians. Don't fit their class as clear by statement of senior Taliban Figure : Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid which had said that, “Muslims cannot be friends with kuffar (infidels). Until the Kashmir matter is not resolved; we will not be friends with #India...”

        The feeling seems to be mutual,
        After the Gurudwara attack in Kabul which infact points to ISI & Haqqani network instead of ISIS as claimed, makes Indian suspicious and cautious.

        We don't subscribe to talks while receiving attacks. Unlike US which has no Interest left.

        It's our neighborhood and from last 1200 years, we are fighting Islamic Jihadist onslaught, so it will be new natural situation,

        While the adversaries of USA, named China, Iran, Russia don't want USA to pull out from Afghanistan.

        It's kind of weird situation,

        During a video conference on Monday called by Zamir Kabulov, the Russian Presidential envoy, on Afghanistan Russia, China, Iran and Pakistan unveiled their expectations from the Afghan reconciliation process. In a joint statement, the quartet urged an “inclusive ceasefire in Afghanistan” — a call which may not favour Mr. Ghani, who had launched a new offensive against Taliban, accusing it of marshalling an attack on the maternity ward in a Kabul hospital last week.

        The four special envoys also counselled Washington not to conduct a hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan. Besides, they exhorted “all parties in Afghanistan,” to curb terrorism by adopting “serious measures” against Al-Qaeda, the ISIS, the East Turkistan Movement, the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, and the other terrorist organisations that run operations against the regional countries
        https://www.thehindu.com/news/nation...38196.ece/amp/

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